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 Enderby, B. C, November 30, 1916  9; No. 40;  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  John Bell returned to Enderby  from Alberta this week.  W. B. Gosnell has joined the  Army Medical Corps at Victoria.  Manager * Hardy of the Stepney  .Ranch paid a business trip to Kamloops this week.  Several carloads of wood were  shipped this week, the price being  high and demand greal.  . The bakers of Fcrnic are advertising 1-Ib loaves of bread, 3 for 25c  .   and 2-lb loaves, 15c straight.  Woid was received this week that  John Breedon has been promoted to  a captain in service in France.  A  general  meeting  of  the  Canadian-Patriotic Fund will be held  _ at lhe City Hall, Dec. lGlh, at 8 p.m.  '-Mrs. G. E. McMahon will receive  Friday; afternoon, Dec. 1st,,at her  ���������������������������^hpine,������������������ corner  George  and  Hubert  .   s'tre'cls.V ������������������   ; '.*'"-'"  .-../   A-special riiectirg of'4hc Northern  Okanagan Farmers' Institute4 will be  "* heldjin-K>. of-P..Hall'next Saturday  --afternoon..;- ������������������������������������������������������ t - -     , ---_   t -<-  JDo not delay ordering your Xmas  7greeting" cards". 'Another! "batch"  ,'-, will.be printed on Saturday, at The  l.t^r^W'alkeV'I'ressj'M^^.^s^  ���������������������������   A. A. Faulkner spent the,week-end  "at.his home from Kingsvale, where  hc-:hasj established, a logging-camp  ' V " for ;thcAwintcr. -;: -, V*** ".- Y'., *��������������������������� -.I, S** J  i <j * * - V -���������������������������"-*��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������-> i *-***���������������������������- - r- ^--. ** j..vxC SS ���������������������������**** i ^l!'-'  IV'Vls/A- general) n?eelingfotvthcvEnderbv  1 ing men for home service,'but it has  also sent its quota for service overseas. ,' It has se t in various drafts  lo the front no fewer than 970 men  uid 45 officers.  Mr.'and Mrs. Bobb left for -Ann-  strong this week. After a brief visit  wilh friends there they will proceed  to Idaho, where business interests  call them. Enderby regrets to lose  Mr.' and Mrs. Bobb, bill all wish  them *> unbounded success in their  new .location. ���������������������������  Theypoultrymcn of Penticton .district are making big preparation for  the Okanagan Valley Poultry Show  which; is to be held there December  20-22./'Endcrby district poullrymen  are urged to take or. send their  birds^to the exhibition. Mr! S. B.������������������  P,enly������������������is the show secretary.  ' "Old Phillip"' AskilVa Salmon  River; Indian, died on the Enderby  Reserve Sunday morning. Hc./was  one' of the "early pioneers" o'f the  Spallumcheen, tribe, ,arid there are  beingVgathered- together this -week  Tndians'.froni"far andf near to par-  ticipateinythc obsequies which^are  to be!held on the .reserve until the  week's ,end., -       . VV"V :  -jVIr;--and Mrs. pfenryiGreyeJMeft  ���������������������������"if or ^k-amloops^MoTi d ay^wh.fcre^Mf*s*P  Greyeir/wilTrspend, the';winter with  her daughter, 'MrsTG. G. Campbell;  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  - <r  The  treasurer  of   tlie   Canadian  Patriotic   Fund   acknowledges   the  following    contributiqns    received  during the past month:  Methodist Church, Dr.) Howe's  recital    V 3 5.00  Welsh Gwcnt Singers-'."     7.15  A. C. Skaling  -.   15.00  Red Cross Tea Room.:"     4.50  Mrs. C. Reed   '."     2.00  C. B. Winter   :  10.00  C. P. Ryan      3.00  Mrs. Stoward   : 50  Miss   Davics -'*     1.00  R.. Fenton *     1.00  W. J. Fenton  F. H. Hawes  Mrs. Baxter ..  A.  Reeves   ..  Mrs.  Reeves. .  Miss La ing ..  .50  1.00  1.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  $50.G5  'CORRECTIONS  m-qpf  fp^a&flMfinall'caunt^in?ithefSloMn?  IffRidii  ^ilK-Erov:  &gftcxfe^  ^?^cSaturaay^Dec^2nd^bein,g-theiastl  ^V.Rcd Cross, market .stall for the year-  ;V\ la-'sp'eciaf ���������������������������e'iFort'-is\ being. made?Uo  v' - > havcyas j;large -a return' as possible.  V* ''"Afl^dohations-will be thankfully re-  - ccived.     <  " A meeting of thc Enderby Board  of Trade will bc held'in City Hall  |==-tomorrow=(Frida>-)���������������������������evening^at���������������������������8r  to elect ollicers and complete" organization.  All interested are urged to  be present.  A brief paragraph in thc New  Westminster paper tells of a successful entertainment given al the  Annicville school, Delta, of which  Miss Fenton, formerly of Enderby,  is teacher.  A meeting of lhe Trench Comfort  Club will bc held al lhe house of  Mrs. Speers Tuesday afternoon, Dec  oih, at 3 o'clock. A full attendance,  particularly of lhe joung'u- women,  is requested.  The businessmen of B. C. are-going to hold a conference at Hotel  Vancouver on Tuesday evening next  to consider the best means of all'ec-  ling a closer co-operation in the interest of the province.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Bazaar will be held on Saturday, Dec.  Dili, in K. of P. Hall. There will be  the following stalls: Fancy work,  plain articles, home-made baking  ancl candy, and ranchers' stall; also  afternoon tea for sale.  Ptc. Reginald Rullan spent the  past week at his home in Enderby  from Calgary, where he has joined  the forces for overseas. He returned to his battalion Wednesday  evening, expecting to leave for England in the near future.  There is a mistaken idea abroad  that lhe B. C- Horse is a battalion  exclusively for home guard service.  This is an error.   II is true, this bat-  Blr^GreyeimolEnde^bywwilUbcgfelt'  --   .itiz^^whtfJ^withemJiWi $_  _ The Press has be'en'askcd to publish .the following .list", of givers to  thc Trench * Comforts Club; which  were wrongly-listed^in the pub-'  .lished statement twoAv'eeks ago: .  ;  .12  bars'!chocolate  ^Miss"E.; Carlson,"12 bars chocolate  7-sMrs*r  Dun\Yp6die^/42   cup,-fruit  cakes  Enderby, team was: /Dibby Mowat,  goal; Win. Faulknei, point, Elmer  Giant cover; Geo. Graham, rover;  Jimmy McMahon, centre; R. Murdoch, right; Pie. Reg. Ruttan, left.  LATEST WAR SUMMARY  only  Whole-No: mi^SaB  ============= -; i^fcvvi^W  1    .".'*���������������������������- 'ciS\ ���������������������������������������������������������������","���������������������������-*_ ���������������������������**?*������������������*  news   of -imp'orlance<������������������1'<$$&#--.,-���������������������������  any front thc past' few^ days^'-K7.K*?w  '  ���������������������������������������������3'V1  WARNED JO S7AY AT HOME  Thc Ottawa government has issued another -warning to the r ;������������������������������������������������������������������������:������������������ s  that wives-of ollicers and others  aie-taking in going to England.  Every additional person, the government points out,, become.'i a  drain upon the food-supply-there.  Wives are warned that-if they" insist oh going to England they may  not be able* to .return,, lo -Canada  when thev wish to.      -  Freight-Handlers' Strike] Of}'     '  The- C. .P. ".R.\ freight   handlers'  strike scheduled for last week*, 'did  not" come off," lhc company - yqlun-  ta ri 1 yy-gr a nt i ng a n^ i n c rease" to hoii r -'  men.of 2c,per hour. vl]le 9������������������.P1"'PscT  ofplh'e strike was really owing to_4hc':  ability��������������������������� ol" the.company to.handle all-  freight; ofl'erihg, Vmcl tlie ^sympathy*  oJ;JliC/gcneral7'public"beihg Avithythe'  pompany^on "/account"of'* thjeVfair"'  manner -in^which if offered, to "arbi-/  , -tin Thursdayriiext,-atfArmstrong^'  The  from  comes   from   Rumania,   wherej-th'e  armies of Mackcnscn and F^ilkeii-.  hayn have joined  forces- and^are^v^^vA-^  now'driving together on Bucharest.'"-<v~\*Jifc'^  At one point only 47'miles scparate'sV^-^^-S^  *' ^-    ".Jt*,^/  1 ' iV -K/4-  -^^V.-lf-.  *>v������������������-i|i>*>3_  ���������������������������tvi*?  *%&  lhe invaders from" their goal.} .Ma'6>\.������������������  kensen's entire army of invasion is\S:&&SMSg\  ' '     ' -r        ^**~ ������������������������������������������������������   SF-^i.\  reported lo have crossed the-Dan-v^-^^*x������������������El  ube, and is moving toward'Buchar^^^^^l  est, leavinc his Dohruian units'An^%S^*������������������"&4$M\  cha  Al  of .trouble brewing. Accord ing, to*  Greek'newspapers, llie.peoplc4 and  the army will act together in the'/re-  fiisal to deliver up thcir-arms as'dc  manded by the Entente commander.  In most quarters* it is believed Jhe  Greeks .will'attcmpt some'sort-of jvc-  ^or controlled by^uvHchryDalziel,"^^^  leader of'.the'"Gin'ger-Gr6upi'.*'in>the^^Ja*  House^ol, Commons^discussing^the^^sr^  Rumanjan^oujlpjqk.ysaidii^day'lr^^sv13  twr������������������ a'an-  "Tl.is AVollTtlin'Cl'hV-RiMfi^IlS  ivo.ago: "IL is well thaWhe-Britistf������������������!^  public shoulcL reahzc���������������������������<the-rlcngth%otl^^^  Jheajvai- JiSiAvcJhasithe3������������������a(;ti'lnaJ.|thei.  Juluro of uheyBritislKl  bei nggscttlcdf onlthjefptainsio  ;Jrict-^ThVyvleayeVh'ere  VWisfics" Op 'a]l^ToY5'thAit? ���������������������������fnlNirfi^siir;- Ic'lc  'cessland^happincss  thei������������������lfuture>iic- X^eanlgaihe:", The :score;StoocTl:iV  sSiS^S77:7:Y"-7 .lElmery.Grant 'makins a goal for, the  home team, and-Ed. Stoodl6y "that  Choice'cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's1 for Armstrong.* Tlfelinc-up of the  Educational, ���������������������������"Minr.-i-,al' and 'other-,  "        -.  ..**   '     ��������������������������� "      SS   ���������������������������    ���������������������������" ���������������������������   -    ' -  TK  associations  -'���������������������������A  Your subscription to The Press: paid?  r  ^London, -  issue the  Vliscussingyihe^dissatlsfactioh*yeX"-r^  pressed in some quarters"' with thc  conduct of thc war, says: "Nor" are  those feelings dissociated, from a  certain change of tone about thc  war. Ideas of moderation and ap-  =Ifea^cnTciil*=gro\v==here, as ilf^Gcr--  inany, ancl with them the hope of a  lieace which will usher in a new  European society and close the  reign of hate that devours the  world.    They  gain   strength   from  is  lalion has recruited and is recruit- one sure way of culling lhc town's throat; il is lhe  thc Just far enough to show the lolly of il. This  year, under lhe leadership of Mayor Dill. Ihey  adopted a safer line of economy���������������������������a policy ol" live  and Jet live. Il is lhis policy ihfil all will admit  must he adhered to. Endcrhy, as a town, already  has suffered enough by lhe hay wire policy. If  wc are to save lhc business of lhc town and district, and "go forward," we must' combine our  efforts to make lhis a place where men of families  can make a living and will want to live. Every  family that .-moves oul. of the district is a loss to  each and all. Every policy lhal aims al thc pocket  of your neighbor, hurts yours also. Look back,  over the past few years, since lack of loyalty to  local men and local institutions crept into local;  affairs; compare lhis period with lhal of former  years when disloyally to local institutions was  considered a crime by each and all, and answer  for yourself as to which policy you prefer. Then  decide once for all, lhal henceforth you will stand  by the best interests of your community by supporting, upholding and encouraging tlie men of  cflicicncy who are working in lhe public interest.  This is'nol a plea for high wages; it is nol a plea  I'or favors in the interest of anyone. Il is a simple  statement ol' facts in the inleresl of lhe commimily, which cannot be sidestepped without injury lo every business and social interest in the  town and dislrict.  the now widely spread views of lhe  army and from .the feeling that,  after all, the greater aim of the war,  the  destruction  of  the  threatened  is   in  sight'  PREMIER brewstfw CABIN UT  Already thc civic political pot has begun lo boil, onc sure way to drive the people out of the town  The old, old cry of "cutting down salaries" is and district; if is the onc sure way lo drive every  again being preached on lhc slreel corners. It is(businessman and every laborer into bankruptcy  in-cached by men who, themselves, demand thc j or into other localities; if is lhc onc sure way to  most for any service they may render others and j defeat ihe very object aimed at. Thc city councils  pay the least lo others for any service rendered!of the pasl Iwo or three ycars have adopted a  them.   The man who has done the least for En-j policy of strict economy.    Lasl year under thei  derby is loudest in his demand for cheapness in ��������������������������� leadership of Mr. Poison, Ihey did venture upon; an-������������������oiiiinance ol Germany  thc matter of administration���������������������������cheap cily clerk, | the road to Cheaptown, bul did not venture far  cheap city counstable, cheap stationery for thc'T  ollice, cheap wood for the furnace. Now, all will  admit that, as "a reasonable amount of fleas are a  goodlhing for a dog," so is a reasonable amount  of economy a good thing for a municipality���������������������������and  for us all. But economy at the expense of efficiency is no economy at all. Inefficiency is the  most costly thing a man or a community could  put money into. Inefficiency is dear at any price,  while efficiency is cheap at almosc any price. It  is a recognized fact throughout the Province that  Enderby civic affairs, while comparatively small,  are in the best possible condition, showing efficiency in every detail. Can these men who arc  crying so loud for cheapness in handling civic  affairs show as clean a sheet in the handling ol*  their own business affairs? Would they have thc  affairs of the city bungled up and run in a haphazard delinquent -way?'  Perhaps it is not within my jurisdiction to call  attention to these things, but, on the olher hand,  it is a privilege of every man, nay, a duty, lo speak  out in the interest of his community wb.cn he  perceives a false step being laken. We do want  economy in the administration of civic affairs.  There can bc no difference of opinion in this regard. But we must distinguish between economy  and cheapness.    "Cutting down salaries" is the  \  Premier Brewster failed lo make  known his cabinet on Tuesday, as  promised, bul thc following is considered lo be fairly accurate by the  Liberal organ of Vancouver:  Premier and "Minister of Finance  ���������������������������Hon. II. C. Brewster.  Atlorncy - General���������������������������M.  donalcl.  Minister   of   Lands���������������������������T.  Pattullo.  Minister of Agricullurc���������������������������John  Oliver. .  Provincial Secretary and Minister  of Mines���������������������������Dr. J. II. King.  Minister of Education���������������������������Dr. J. D.  'Mac Lea n.  President of lhe Council���������������������������Win.  Sloan.  ^.    Mac-  DufTerin  Wauls IIcr to Sec lhe "Way"  Dear Mr. Editor: Your advice regarding garget was good, bul I prefer lo give my milch cow a free run  al nig'hl so thai she may see Ihe  "milky way." This is Ihe secret of  my dairy success.     Gi-o. Bnowx. -.> -������������������������������������������������������H  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday,^oyember 30, 1916  WHY NOT MORE TOBACCO ?  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  U.   M.   WALK Kit  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,  B. C. at  $2   per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rates:   Transient.  50c an inch first insertion, 25c ca'ch subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising, SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1916  CAN WE MEET COMPETITION ?  Last week Mr. I. C. Fraser, oi' London, Eng.,  ' visited thc Okanagan. Mr. Fraser did not stale his  mission.    He may have been on a pleasure trip.  He may have been looking into thc possibilities oi*  lhis part ol' Canada irom an agricullural view  point.   Mr. Fraser is well posted on the agricultural   possibilities  of  every  country  under   the  British Hag.   He also knows all about the agricultural production ol* every country included in the  combination of the Central Powers.    Hc knows,  too, the general conditions of agriculture in thc  Uniled Slates.    He has at his finger's end  thc  total number of cattle, horses, sheep and hogs  raised'annually in all thc countries named.    Hc  can tell thc average Canadian fanner facts about  this Canada of ours which few have taken the  pains lo learn.   He said while here that Canada,  while all so very big in land area was still very  small when il came to live stock.    Canada has  some seven million cattle, while England, so small  in agricullural area, has something over twelve  and a half million.   Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and other parts of lhc Empire, were cited  to show how far we have yet to advance before  we can be classed in the first-rank as'a producer.  Mr. Frascrjvvas particular to learn as much as  Hie coilIclllboul our farming operations;   HtfiTfltsr?  viewed men who know from practical experience  lhe exact cosl of producing a bushel ol* wheat.   He  could tell lhe average cost of wheal raising in lhe  many countries he had visited; hc knew the cost  per pound ol" sheep, callle and hogs in all these  ���������������������������countries.    He knew what lhc farmers got for  - these - products.   He knew what the land cosl per  acre; he knew.the cost of plowing, discing, har-  ���������������������������-rowingrseeding and rolling.- lie knew lhe* cosl of  harvesting, threshing, sacking, etc.   lie knew the  cosl of getting these products lo market.  Mr. .Fraser liked tlie Okanagan. He thought  our climate was a valuable asset. It is this, he  said, lhat will always be lhe great inducement to  people of other farming districts in Canada. They  will continue lo come and locate here. Bul, he  said, our land values are too high, and farm labor  loo high, ever lo make it possible for our agricullural products lo go on the market in competition  wilh those of olher countries now recognized as  agricultural exporting countries.  ' Mr. Eraser said lhe price, of live slock, more  particularly beef cattle, will remain up for many  years, regardless of war or war conditions. He  based his calculations on the fact that China and  Japan, and the population of India, arc rapidly  changing to a meal diet. This means, he said,  thai mc\slock-rnismg countries of lhe world are  going to be taxed lo their utmost lo produce beef  cattle, sheep and hogs, to meet the rapidly incrcas-  Sincc the collapse of the ill-fated tobacco plant  a I Kelowna a year or. two ago, there has been very  lillle said, and less done, to induce tobacco growing by the farmers of the Okanagan. Yet, there  is a splendid opening here for tobacco growing  as a side-line by our farmers. The demand for  tobacco lias increased enormously in lhe pas': year  or two, and prices arc high for lhe weed. A short  crop in Havana, owing lo the growers diverting  thousands of acres cl" land from tobacco growing  lo llie .production of sugar cane is mainly responsible*' for thc rapid rise in thc price of tobacco.  The iUilure of the .manufacturing plant at  Kelowna was not due to the failure of jhe tobacco  crop, nor owing lo die tobacco grown in the Okanagan being of an .nlerior quality. Tin fiilurc  was purely one of overhead cosl, and nol in any  way attributable to ground or climatic condilions,  nor was il the fault of thc growers themselves.  There is a splendid opportunity for our farmers  and fruit growers to build up a very profitable  side-line in tobacco growing. A Jew acres could  be taken care of on almost any farm, and there is  lillle chance of loss lo thc grower. Thc drying  and stripping of the leaves for shipment is all  done under shed cover, and after all other crops  are harvested.  Thc farmers of Vermont, and olher eastern  states, make tobacco growing a very profitable  side-line. They all cultivate at least len acres of  the weed, and the sale of it, stripped and baled,  brings inlo thctslatc many millions of dollars each  year". They do not advertise the fact lo any extent, bul lhcy do produce thc goods and gel the  money. The" farmers of thc Okanagan could do  likewise if Ihev would.  Those peopje of Pcnliclon arc a'warm bunch.  And lhal man McDougall and his slalt of Roc-  boat artists fairly make you want lo discard overcoat and winler underwear. They get you no  matter which way you are going, and will always  bc there before you when you gel there.  RUMANIA LIKELY LOST  While news from Rumania has been very  meagre for more lhan two weeks, and il is dillicull lo grasp the situation from all points, slill,  enough has come through to make it plain that  the invaders have, or will soon have, that country  overrun much as they overran Serbia. They now  have a line across thc toe ol* lhe Rumanian shoe,  taking in some 2000 square miles of Rumanian  territory, and control lhc entire railway system  of Western Wallaehia. German-Bulgarian-Turk  forces are approaching Bucharest, the capital of  Rumania, from three directions, and have crossed  lhe Danube at two points. The Iron Gates on lhc  Danube are now in the hands of the enemy, and  this will premit the enemy to use that river for  llie transportation of guns and supplies, lt is reported lhal Russian reinforcements arc being sent  lo assist the Rumanian army, but as this report  was sent out a week ago, and there is not yet any  indication of the invaders being checked in tlicir  march through Rumania, it.docs nol seem probable lhat much can bc looked for from this quarter, and lhc news of thc evacuation of Bucharest  by the Rumanians would not be a surprise to  military experts who arc following the various  moves in the Balkan campaign.  Thc taking of Rumania by the enemy is not  laken lightly"by London, where the importance of  the move is fully recognized by military writers.  Rumania has immense mineral wealth in the  mounlains^no-w^held^by^th^  petroleum, salt, lignite and brown coal. Thc  Encyclopedia Brilanica tells us that the petroleum  deposits of Rumania arc among thc most important in the world. In agriculture, Rumania  ranks third after lhe United Slates and Russia, in  grain growing. Vast harvests of wheat and maize  ripen on the plains and lower hills. Apart from  cereals lhe .principal crops are beans, potatoes,  beejroot and tobacco. Among the wine-producing  countries ol* Europe, Riiihahia slooirfifth some  len or more  Are you going toWo any  Building- or Repairing-  This Season?  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Write for "Zllt tbbubnt feftipptr."  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  Write for it-NOW���������������������������it'* PURE  AR   9HIIRFRT  Inn   25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.  . D. OriUDEiK 1, inc. DeptCH7CKICAGO, U.S.A.  FRESH  FISH  EVERY  THURSDAY  GEO. RTSHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  yetirs ago.  A small hull calf fetched $500 at a farmer's sale  a I Usk, Eng., a few days ago, and anolhcr bull calf  sus months old was sold for 2,200gs at the annual  sale ol" Shorthorns, lo a .man of Collynie, Aberdeenshire, Kiil*;.   Penticton Herald please copy.  EASY FOR EMPERORS TO DIE  ing demand.  The businessman who today neglects lo advertise i.s pulling down the house over his head. In  limes like these more effort is required lo keep up  the good name and business of a community than  when limes are normal, and the business house  which does nol make any effort in the way of advertising to gel and hold business soon will have  no business to gel and hold.  Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria is dead. He  has been dead many limes before, according to  press reports, but this lime he will probably "stay  dead���������������������������al least until after lhe war. He died on thc  21st, according to a Neuter dispatch from Vienna.  As an indication of how easy it is i'or Emcprors to  die, it is only necessary lo quote from thc dispatch  telling of his death. He was feverish in thc afternoon, and did not feel inclined to cat his evening  meal. Hc retired at 7 o'clock, complaining of a  pain in the throat. "At nine o'clock the Emperor  appeared more restful. A few moments later his  doctors saw him and hc made a gesture, pointing  to his throat.   A second afterward hc was dead."  Salt throw  chimney.  on a fire will extinguish a burning  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables]'  FNDERBY, BC.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  ii j.Prq.mpt_attentip_T][ Jo MLcustoiriers  <>  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  > <$*4**>������������������������������������$<<t>������������������N$>M^  0.1 Barber Shop  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  SYNOPSIS OF COAI. MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberla, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion-  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased lor a term of twenty-  one years al an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 25G0 acres  will bc leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by thc applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  The appficantliimsclf.  Each application must bc accompanied by a fee of S5 which will bc  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish the Agent with sworn  returns accounting for thc full  (iuan.tity_.   of    inerchan t a b 1 c    coal  C.  P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound                    Northbound  10.45 lv.  Sicamous  ar. 18.15  11.18  Mara  17.58  11.34  Grindrod  17.14  11.49  ENDERBY  10.59  12.15  Armstrong  10.30  13.03  Vernon  15.45  13.25 ar.  Okanagan Ldg  lv.15.30  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  u. K A.,  "Vancouver   Agt.,  Enderb>  Salt  and  waler,  warm,   will  stop  chilblains  from itching.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  mined and pay the royally thereon.  If the coal mining righls are not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  Tlie lease will include lhc coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may bc permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  bc considered necessary for Ihe  working of the mine, at Ihe rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  Ihe Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.--Unauthorized publication of  lhis advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  "There is not a particle of truth  in the suggestion that the military  collapse of thc Central Powers is  near at hand. Before yielding to  the terms necessary for'the future  safety of tjie Allies, Germany and  her partners will fight to the last  gasp, as nations have never fought  before. In every war theatre in  Europe the campaign will bc long  and terrible, and we must reckon on  the possibility that it may not bc  final." ���������������������������London Observer.  if  tri  lit  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's tp  ��������������������������� Thursday, November 30, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  NEWSPAPER MEN COMPARE NOTES  Thc newspaper publishers of Southern British  Columbia met at Penticton last Friday to organize  a branch of the Canadian Press Association!   Thc  branch was organized, with R. J. McDougall, of  thc Penticton Herald, president; W. B. Wilcox,  Trail  News, first  vice-president;  G. B.  Hayes,  Crcston  Herald, 2nd  vice-president; and T. A.  Love, Grand Forks Gazette, secretary-treasurer.  There was also a  meeting of the Okanagan  Press Guild at Penticton on Thursday.   Both conventions were held at the Incola Hotel, onc of the  best-appointed liolcls'iii the interior, where every  accommodation is provided for conventions o'f  this nature, and where newspapermen, especially,  are wont to wander.    At both conventions, lhc  free publicity question waxed warm.   It was decided as a means of overcoming this evil, iii a  measure, at least, to make a stipulated charge for  advertising in thc local columns all calls oi'cliib  meetings,  association  meetings,  and  events  of  whatever nature where an admission fee is to bc  charged or a collection taken up.    Then if the  newspaper proprietors feci so disposed, they may,  particularly for patriotic purposes, pay back to  the society the amount charged for advertising, or  a portion of thc amount.   Thc question of bank  advertising also had a hearing.   It was thc feeling  of thc newspapermen that thc newspapers in these  small communities of the West arc not getting a  square deal from thc banks of thc Dominion. Thc  newspapers have to bear thc brunt of hard times,  yet keep aloft the slogan of victory in thc communities in which they arc published, while thc  branch banks established in those communities  and depending on the communitics'^advahccnicnt  i'or their business, lower their colors by withdrawing their ads in' thc local papers and, in  home publicity, go out of existence.   The example  set by them is adopted by others and soon busi=  nessmen withdraw their publicity, and there is a  dearth of advertising; thc towns lag, linger and  finally drop out of thc race.   That is thc way the  newspapermen sized tip thc situation, and they  decided to take up the question with the banks in  thc hope of finding a remedy.  Ollicers were elected by thc Okanagan Press  "Guild as follows: President, II. M. Walker; vice-  president; John Lea th ley, Kelowna Record; secretary-treasurer, R. E. White, Summerland Review.  that in ten years departmental stores in New York  >vill be as plentiful as horse-car lines.   And there  are one or two of these left down town between  thc sky-scrapers.   And this means that big space  Avill not be so much sought for iri'.tlie dailies.  Thc  small specially store has taken the place of the  dcparlmcntals. ��������������������������� In Toronto, New York, Philadelphia aiid Chicago will bc the only Jew depart-  menlals in captivity.   This will mean a reduction  in thc size of newspapers and rates will go up,  and publishers will bc cured of the pulp disease.  Party newspapers will be as scarce as departmental stores.   The politician will have to buy  space, cash in advance, if the publisher is an old-  timer.   Onc newspaper will make a fair living  wherc now two exist.   There will bc very few  cilics of 500,000 with six daily newspapers.   The  newspapers will have more real influence.   The  cash box will not control thc editorial columns as  to-day.   Thc ollice boy or janitor will clump thc  politician and the grafter on the sidewalk for thc  patrol wagon. The newspaper of 1925���������������������������or sooner  ���������������������������will be perhaps four pages,  nol more than  eight pages, daily.   Sixteen pages at thc week-end  will bc a link between thc past and thc present���������������������������  in 1925."  It would seem that there is a general tendency  on thc part of parsons, here and there, lo break  away from thc old form of service in an effort to  make the church of more practical service to humanity. Even thc Rev. F. H. Gillingham, rector  of Bcrmondscy (Eng.) Old Parish Church, has  decided that once a monlh hc will answer questions from thc pulpit instead of delivering the  usual sermon.  WORLDS WHEAT SHORTAGE  Following thc business sessions of Friday,  morning; afternoon and evening, a fourth session  was held at thc tables of the Incola, .where, after a  simple supper, in which the newspapermen were  joined by Reeve Conklin, Secretary Dynes of the  board of trade, O. E. Fisher, of lhc-K.y;R., afid'F.  E. Trautiiian, of the publicity department of thc  C.P.R., some after-dinner talking was indulged  in. Somebody started thc rumor close to thc midnight hour that all who were to leave, by boat  would have to get aboard by 12 o'clock. Tin's  cut a very juicy "take" in thc middle and relieved  thc convention of providing for a funeral the next  day!      . '���������������������������-,...  Reeve Conklin spoke in a happy vein, of the  pleasure.of Penticton at having thc. newspaper  representatives gather there, and of the great possibilities of that district, together with every other  district of thc Okanagan.  Hc was followed by Mr. Fisher, of thc Kettle  Valley railway. Mr. Fisher enlarged upon many  things in connection with the press of thc Valley,  particularly his end of it. But hc did not enlarge  upon thc monthly accounts rendered for printing.  Which did not need enlarging.  Mr. Dynes has a nose for news and for pub-  ^licitjC^He^pointccI^lo^lhc^gJ'cartjencrits^yhich  would conic to every town in the Okanagan if the  proposed all-Canadian highway were built  this .way, and hc asked the newspapermen present  to lend a hand when the matter is taken up, which  will be in the ncar fu tu re-  Mr. Trautman, an old-limc newspaperman himself, but now at the head of the publicity clcpait-  ment west of Winnipeg of the C.P.R., .spoke clo-  qucntly-of-thcipossibiliticsolVthc Jionic^wockly  and its editor, provided there was the deep desire  in the heart and thc determination to serve, the  community welt and faithfully. There was no  position more lo bc honored, and none more, to bc  envied than thc country editor faithful to his calling in every way.  Mr. Roe, thc Bill Nye of the Penticton Herald,  told a story that was not lost in asthenic beauty,  but bubbled over with humor and vocal pyrotechnics. He laid his story in Enderby. Hc said this  was the prettiest spot on earth, wilh. its green  ��������������������������� Holds spreading like carpets along the way of the  lazy limpid liquid waters of the shimmering soft-  flowing Spallumcheen. Then his story led ink"  paths of pastoral pcrkiness, ov. r fences, into hay  wagons, and finally was lost by going through a  draw bridge on thc road to Bull Run.  Mr. Leathley, Mr. Willcox, Mr. McDougall and  others opened the safety-valve for a brief spoil  each, and when 12 o'clock came all were ready  to pass posies to the genial Penticton bunch for  one of the most enjoyable conventions ever held  by the newspapermen of thc interior.  An interesting article on the world's wheat  supplies, and thc relative available stores of thc  Allies and of thc Central Powers, appears in thc  issue of Bradslrccls a week or two ago. Says this  authority: "While war demands arc responsible  for a certain amount of the past and current  strength in thc wheat market, the weight of evidence is that thc acutely high, prices now ruling  are due primarily to a large shortage in the  world's yields. It is, of course, well known that  thc wheat crops of North America arc very short,  that of thc United Stales being 400,000,000 bushels  below a year ago, while Canada's yield is 150,000,-  O00 to 180,000,000 bushels below 1915, a total  shortage in North America���������������������������for-lw^ years, the  heaviest 'shipper���������������������������of 350,000,000. lb .580,000,000.  bushels. It might bc noted, however, that gains  arc few and far between outside of America. The  "Seed and Oil Reporter," of London; shows the  following to be the output of the scveralcountrics  which arc wheat producing. These figures arc in  quarters of eight bushels:  Europe��������������������������� 1916. . 1915  Allies 178,100,000   187,900,000  Central Powers   53,500,000     53,800,000  Neutrals 22,300,000     20,400,000  United States   76,500,000 .126,000,000  Canada  25,000,000     48,000,000  Argentina     21,000,000     23,000,000  Australia  15,000,000     23,500,000  India     39,700,000     47,900,000  Miscellaneous   15,400,000     17,300,000  Total    446,500,000   547,800,000  "There is here shown a decrease of 101,000,000  quarters, or 808,000,000 bushels, from last year's  high-record total, or about 'one-fifth, one-half of  lhis being in the United Stales and one-quarter in  Canada. In addition, however, Argentina, Aus-  tralia-aiuUIndia-=alUrc|)or-Udcci cases ;^the-al.lied-  counlrics of Europe show a decrease of 78,000,000  bushels, and lhe only gains shown arc in thc case,  of neutral European countries, these, by the way,  being normally large importers themselves. Of  course, it is lo bc borne in mind that the world's  stocks, most of lliciri old wheal, arc much larger  lhan a year ago, and this, plus the exportable excess from surplus producing countries, is the reliance of llie Avorld today against famine."  ROLL OF HONOR  FOR KING AND EMPIRE  When you are boosting your own business you  are boosting also the community, for every live  interest is an asset to the town in which it is located. You cannot toot your own horn without  helping your neighbor while helping yourself; and  hc is meanwhile doing the sanie for you. Did you  ever think of il? And did you never think that  when you pull down your advertising in the local  paper you arc inviting disaster, not only to yourself but lo thc community in which you arc trying  to do business ?  OVERSEAS  ENDERBY  -.j;4.<,  Robt. Airth, Corporal  S. All corn  Edgar L. Bawtree  Henry Arnold Bogert  Victor Bogert'  Albert Buller  J. Irwin Bcatty  Arden Bush  Elmer Black  George Bucknell  H. Judson Byrnes  John Breedon, Captain  Fred Breedon    '  J J ugh Bowers  II. E. Blanchard  Bein Brown  Air. Castle  Charlie Castle  Robert Chadwick  E. il. Crawford, Lieutenant  A. V. Crossman, Lieutenant  Ceo. Calder  E. J. Corpc  Capt. R. B. M.. Cameron  George Dysart  Gordon L. Duncan  Donald Dunwoodie  James Dickson, Lieutenant  Cecil Wynn Dunford  W. H. Embrey  A. V. Evans, Lieutenant  Leonard Funk  Jack Funk  Sidney Green  Jas. Green, Sergeant  James Glenn, Lieutenant  Kenneth Glen, Sergeant  B.. Garrett  Geo. Gcight  Fred. Griffith  Robert Grasscl  J. Hallmark  Colin Oliver Harvey, Lieutenant  J. C. Ilenniker, Lieut.-Colonel  H. E. C. Harris  John M. Hatcher  E. B. Huffman  H. Milliard  Roy Hutchison  C. Houldsworth  John Jones  Fred A. Johnson  Steven A. Knight '  H. H. Kenny     *"_  -Percy La Roy: - V  Patrick K. Mowat -   .    ..  James Jasper M6\vat       '_  George "Mason        " * ':"  B. Mack  V  Leslie AV. Mackay   . ���������������������������'* ~    ' -Vvi*  "James J. Martyn   "-  Albert Matthews -   '  Charles Murdoch  John David McMahon V������������������  Roy McLeod .7 ���������������������������;   _ .  C. F. Oland  J. E. Pacey        -  Cecil G. Piper  . L. Proctor  '   .. -    "  Harry A. Preston- ,  L. B. Plumbly, Lieutenant      r?"  James Pound  W. A. Russell..  Killed in Action  Pte. Albert Matthews  Corporal ft. O. Stewart  Pie. John M. Hatcher  Ptc. Rein Brown  Pic. Harry Skyniic  Lieut. R. Bazeley  Ptc. H. Ellis Long  Pic. John Groves  Pte. C. Houldsworth  Colin Oliver Hai-vcy,_Licutenant_  ���������������������������-"r.P'  ""*���������������������������.:i  Invalided  Rev. C. Reed  James Wynne  Rev. C. Reed, Chaplain  E. Rogers   ��������������������������� ,  Samuel E. Roberts  Tom Robinson ���������������������������!* ,.  Arthur Rootham  Harry Strickland  Kenneth Strickland  R. 0. Stewart, Corporal  Charles Twigg  Harold Taylor  Robert Woodhousc  Elwin Wheeler ���������������������������  Thos. Wilkinson, Lieutenant  John White  John Warwick, Sergeant  Robt. Wilson  Garnet Walker  James Wynne  II. Ellis Young v  MABEL LAKE VALLEY  Capt. J. H. G. Baird     '     \ .'  ,,Capt. Chas. H. Thompson  Capt. Wynne Jones  Capt. Godfrey Fowler  ,    Lieut. Stanley Wilkinson  V'Corp: James Haynes  -;.W. G. Allen  -.'George Ferris  ��������������������������� Violin Ashton :-,  Joe Simard 7 V  ,   Rudolph Simard     -' Vtiv,  . *Emil Peters , ^ y^  '  :Fred. J. Kemp "        ,}'7:~  GRINDROD Vri  Geo. D. McEwen J <*���������������������������  Gerald A. Neve -;  'Wm. Peacock '. -     V*,,  P.. Peacock * 7  G. R. Salt  Maurice Salt       ' *  Fred Dysart , ' $**"  Ted Dysart " '  Disney Poole  W. Poole j  Harry Skyrme ,;    \  George Archibald ,  Frank Russell  Frank Dondoneau  Fred Dondoneau  Jeffrey Smiley.  -James Jamieson.".  Bernard Rosoman  ,V MARA- 7        -  \- John Langdon, Major    .;- *:,V.-J J  Stanley Richardson, Lieutenant  . Fred -White,':Lieutenant",' 'V. -  M. A. Bucknell, Lieutenant,   "y  ,. -AV. H. Ahier, Sergeant '���������������������������'���������������������������:  ���������������������������' ������������������Harry Cocll, Lance Corporal    !  "James Oliver    _'.      "*"   W -  ���������������������������r-.Richard_Groves*' -  *    '*   *" V-  .   John Groves "*     ���������������������������.,'."'-  '   G. W. Paterson .  VWaltcr Robinson   ���������������������������  V -  Sergeant Ferguson    4:&    .   7-  -���������������������������-Lieut. R. Bazeley .  ,A. O. Holland V:     \  ' Arthur Zettergreen    -       > SY  ...Andrew Zettergreen       -' "V ,'  Ncls Zettergreen     '  \   V  Thos. W. Robinson    -  ���������������������������,-James F. Massey, y-   -       ,���������������������������-. - .,.  ;      Reported Wounded  Lieut.'F. White  Pte. Jno. McMahon"  * Serflt. Jno. Warwick -  A' G. Zettergreen  Pte.'James M. Jamieson  S.ergt Kenneth Glenn  George McEwen  Lieut. A. V. Evans  Capt. J. II. G. Baird  _ Prisoner Jof~War     " ~~"  Lieut. A. F. Crossman  . Pte. Fred Brecdon  '-  -, VJ|  t*~  -i -iYo  - ;t-^:  V-r  V  '.V:  i     t  ���������������������������.. -.ij?. |  *- I  ��������������������������� '-&~.',?\  ., y&  i"������������������������������������<._  ,. !!.������������������?���������������������������_  \.T~  "SsYf  %    J*  ���������������������������-���������������������������. ���������������������������-���������������������������_,.;  v >,���������������������������v  V1 "  ~\         -  -_ f  ���������������������������u* A-'  ���������������������������'   ' <xt,  V,* ll  ���������������������������C.s>  *"V1<  -,   ,   .'C '  Howard  Wm.  Logan,  Matcher  HOME SERVICE  Lieutenant - Jas. C. English, Sergeant  Lieutenant  F. II. Barnes, R. Q.-M. Sergeant  Laurie Long  James Baird  Geo. G. Warwick, Lieutenant  THE POWER OF THOUGHT  DAY OF SMALL NEWSPAPERS DAWNING  Writing in Printer & Publisher, P. 0. Well says,  "Anyone who knew New York from 14th to 23rd  Street a few years ago, knows that departmental  stores in that district were as numerous as children in a Quebec family. Today they arc as  scarce as German flags on the high seas.   It is said  Our newspaper writers attending .to thc publicity end of thc war are now engaged in spreading  thc spirit of haired for our enemies. At thc same  time wc arc asked to pray for divine help in killing off thc enemy. And here is something somebody has said along this line which every sane and  reasonable mind knows is true: "Every wrong  thought, every negative thought, every thought of  fear,"hatred, unkindncss, is destructive; il tears  down character, undermines thc foundation walls  of personality, weakens the will, clouds the intellect, poisons thc blood, and slowly but surely  breaks down a man's best possessions; while  every right thought, every positive thought, every  thought" of courage, truth, beauty, achievement,  and unselfishness, is constructive; il builds brain  power, enlarges lhc mental horizon, stimulates  thc physical and mental activities lo greater effort.  Didn't Want Dim Handicapped  Fond mother, al christening, to  parson: "His name is Kitchener  Jellicoc Anzac Verdun Brown."  Parson: "Wc should he economical in war times, even in names. He  niighl Nnd it a serious handicap."  Fond falhcr, in the background:  "We don'l want'any handicap. Call  hiin'Jiin!'"  SECRET -SOCIETIES  E. WHEELER  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Re.ulnr meetings firit  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hnll. Vinitmn  brethren cordially invited  W.J. LEMKE    Secretary  Tlie woman who wants swinging  doors should know the ins*and  outs of her kitchen. ���������������������������  USE  MADE-IN-CANADA  STEEL BARRELS  For your Gasoline or Coa I Oil instead o f Leaky Wooden Ones  43 Imp. Gal. Galvanized Barrel, $5.50  BLACK  BARRELS AT-  LOWER /^WAftryg^ftNf^jSfACHINECO  PRICES    ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of I\  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hull.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  W. G. PELL. C. C.  H. M. WALKER K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerta, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rati'a, etc., address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  Write for  particulars to  THE SMART-TURNER MACHINE CO.  LIMITED  HAMILTON, CANADA.  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  Owing to the steady rise in the  price of Hour, we are compelled to  increase the price of bread-from 3  loaves for 25c lo 10c per loaf  straight.    Al Joe's.  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, November 30, 191C  GILLETTS  LYE  EATS DIRT  "'uiu eifo������������������t opining - run. oi������������������itnOHj >M**>' " "'  euros  &LLETTCOMPANYUMJ2  (i  all   for .' ������������������700.00!  (Can he cut down considerably)  Salary of instructor, 1 day per  week for 1 year, (including  travelling expenses)     200.00!  Government grant  of 75  $000.00 ;  per  MANUAL TRAINING  For the past lerm the Enderby  Board of School Trustees have been  considering the advisability of adding manual training to .the corrieu-  ]liin of lhe school. The question of  cost has been argued pro and con,  and now il has resolved itself down  to a question of "do the parents of  the school, children want il?" The.  members of the school board are  satisfied lhal. this course should be  added, and feel thai thc matter of  financing it can be easily handled.  A letter recently received from  Ihe Superintendent of Education  disposes of any question of doubt in  lhis connection.   Me says:  "in answer to the enquiry from  the Enderbv school board regarding  Ihe installing of manual training  and domestic science in lhcir  school, 1 beg to submit lhe following estimate:  Manual  Training  Tools Tor 2-1 pupils (best quality)  Benches for 24 pupils (maple)  Cupboards, elc, wood for 1 year  ccnl. on equipment($700). .525.00 i  Expenditure lo board $:*175.()0 I  Domestic Science j  Oil stove wilh oven: dishes & j  equipment for cooking dem- i  onslralion; tables for cook-,,        >  ing, sewing, elc $200.00  (For   individual   cooking  lhe  cost   would   be   four  limes  greater)  Bunning expenses for 1  year  would not exceed     50.00  Salary onc day per week  for  1 year, including Travelling   7  -expenses    120.00  $370.00  "There is no govern men Igrant on  equipment for domestic science, bul  the expenditure on lhis work could  be cut clown slill lower, at least one  hundred dollars.  ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������'There is no possibility for the  present of the instructor engaged  between Vernon and Armstrong undertaking lhe work. When such  a time arrives thai Vernon can  occupy all the time of an instructor,  the Armstrong and Enderby board  could then combine.  "One way out of the difficulty  would be fo'r the Enderby board to  engage a principal-for'iheir school  who was*, qualified' to instruct in  manual work. His salary would  have to: be.commensurate * wilh the  duties expected from him. While il  would bc'diflicult 16 obtain thc services of such a man, yet they are in  existence. The domestic science  work could be undertaken by one of  the grade teachers who had been  progressive enough lo qualify at our  summer school. We could readily  recommend such a  person."  When it's good candies you are  looking for, or cookies, cakes, buns,  etc., or a cup of tea or coffee when  the evenings are cold, Joe's i.s the  place, with music thrown "  MATERNITY NURSING.  Enderby.  in.  Mrs.West.  ni'l-tf  Tell your wife about it'  A New York woman yawned Ihe  other day and dislocated her jaw,  and one husband says she can now  make a claim under the total disability clause.  We found a strictly neutral editor  in the convention al Pcnliclon the  other day. When a pretty woman  across the way flaunted down the  street holding her skirts higher  than the sliced limit, and some of  the knights of the quill looked awry  Dad jusl whipped off his glasses,  wiped them and said nothing.  You can find figures to prove any-  4 h in gJ-Vy-o lultn o-W^.wJicue_Lo_lo_)J _J!ofi  them. Here comes a statistician  wilh ligures to prove that the average woman would rather draw a  blank in thc matrimonial lottery  than lo take no chance al all.  Of Ihe 2808 counties in the United  Slates,   25-IU   are   now  in   the   dry  column. War is the greal. temperance leader. Me requires sobriety,  efficiency, discipline, self-denial,  self-subordination. This���������������������������all this���������������������������  in order that wc may become ex-;  perls in killing one anolher. Why  nol this���������������������������all this���������������������������to make us expert in helping one another?  Ruth Bancroft Law, a woman  flyer, broke all records of the air a  few days ago, in flying from Chicago to New York, making (560 miles  without, a slop and 783 miles for  the day, averaging 120 miles an  hour.  ���������������������������^i-e-l I���������������������������vou i*���������������������������wi f e-Vhe��������������������������� 11-111 Ii  Clearing Sale at  Prices that Sell  8-inch Plates (clover leaf), 75c dozen.  Other sizes at correspondingly low prices.  Covered Vegetable Dishes from 85c up.  Tea Pots from 20c up.  Flower Pots and Saucers, from 15c up.  Good Glass Tumblers, from 50c doz up.  Violins from $3.75 up.  Accordions from $2.90 up.  Sheet Music at 5c and lower.  Toys and Christmas Goods at cost.  All Fancy China at cost.  U 17   PDA IMC   Enderby Music Store  J. JG. \^I\/\lYl___,      Enderby, B.C.  "Some day,* my son," remarked  lhe patroizirig gentleman, "you may  be president of the United Slates."  "Not a chance," replied the small  boy. "By the time I'm old enough  women will be running politics.  Tell it to sister."  -a(U  vises an Eastern minister, "and  trust lo her divine- nature lo forgive." That preacher oughl to gel  il in lhc movies, then we'd all know  what lo look for when "her" divine  nature is on Ihe warpath. Ask  your wife to show you.  LOGGING TOOLS  Boys' Sleds,  Skates and Hockey Sticks  are now thc seasonable poods in our line. We carry the best goods  and the largest stock. We are also plumbing and heating engineers  and can make anything to order in tin, copper or sheet iron. Send  your mail orders to���������������������������  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Our Car of Groceries has Arrived  II contains lhc best on the market of everything you will requir"  I'or your Christmas Cooking. The prices, loo, are the same as charged  for inferior goods.  Cold Mar Raisins, seeded and seedless.  Mleached Sullanas.  Currants, Dates, Figs and Pure Spices and Extracts.  Mr. Rancher  We have all kinds of Feed in stock.    Do  you   know  lhc  value  of  MICE SIIOMTS for fattening?    Trya sack. Same price as Wheat Shorts.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  CITY OF ENDERBY  .  Revision of Voters' List  Year 1917  NOTICE is hereby given lhat the  first silting of the Courl of Revision  will bc held al thc Cily Mall, Enderby, on Monday, the 11th day of  December, 1910, at 8 o'clock p.m.,  for the purpose of revising and correcting the Voters' List of the City  of Enderby and of the extra-municipal portion of the School District  of Endcrhy, and hearing and determining any application which  may Ihen be made lo lhc said Court  lo strike out the name of any person improperly placed thereon, or  lo=-phice��������������������������� on���������������������������such^li sMhc���������������������������name--of-  any person improperly omitted  therel rom.  Daled at the Cily Hall, Enderby,  lhis 30th  day of November,  191 (i.  GiuiiAM Rosoman,  City Clerk  MORE EGGS REQUIRED  Al no time in ihe history of. Canada has thc necessity for increased  production of eggs and poultry  been . more "apparent .than- at the  present lime. Thc demand is unprecedented. This is true whether  for export or for home consumption. Consumers generally' and  even producers themselves are eating more and more eggs. The average per capita consumption "of eggs  in.Canada this year will bc greater  than ever before.   Canada egg pro  ducers have responded well to the  call Ior increased production. The.  counlry as a whole which was im-  porling eggs a few years ago, has,  in the aggregate, produced more  than suflicient for ils own requirements this year and lad. Between  seven and eight million dozen. Canadian eggs -were exported to Great  Britain last year,, and _s an indication of what is going forward this  year, nearly one million dozen were  shipped during the first week of the  past month. Yet the supply on the  British market is many millions of  dozen short of the demand.   *  Remember the Date!  OKANAGAN VALLEY POULTRY SHOW  Deeember������������������20-22~   AT PENTICTON  in Steward't Hall  S. B. PENTY, Show Secretary, P.O. Box 184, Penticton  This way.  Men, "when  you require  heavy sox,  overshoes,  rubbers, etc.  for  Winterwear.  Let us supply your Grocery  needs. Our stock is fresh  and the best brands.  Try a side of our Home-cured  Bacon���������������������������fresh and delicious  in flavor.  W. J. Woods  Greeting  Nothing could be given that would be more appreciated  this Christmas season than a Private Greeting Card, conveying some personal word of cheer to your friends far  away. You will find our prices low and our selection and  workmanship the best.   Come in and see samples.  me Walker Press Office  RECRUITS WANTED!  BY THE 30th REGIMENT OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  HORSE  FOR HOME SERVICE  The rale of pay is ������������������1.00 per day and 10c per day Field Allowance, also  a subsistance allowance of 45c per day to the dependents of those  enlisting.  This is a splendid opportunity for anyone not medically fit for  Overseas .Service, and wanting to do lhcir hit: Three squares a day,  good clothes and very little work.  For further particulars apply to Lieut. G. G. Warwick, Adjutant  30th B. C. Horse, Vernon, B.C.

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