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 OCT  1 <��������������������������� i  /  fi  Enderby, B. C, October 26, 1916  Vol. 9; No. 35;   Whole No. 455  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Mr. L. H. Congreve was a visitor  ,    from Sicamous Thursday last.  Born���������������������������On Sunday, Oct. loth, to  Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Baird, a son.  Mr. Wm. Jones was visited by his  brother; from the coast, last week.  P. Hedman left last week-wilh a  car of ell'ects and stock for Vantage,  * Sask.  ., Lome McDonald, of New Denver,  was reported killed in action in  . France some days ago.  Mr. T������������������ M. Lewis, of the Okanagan  Saw Mills, returned Monday from a  business trip to the coast.  G. W. Fletcher, for some lime  filer at the Okanagan Saw Mills,  . _ left Sunday for Grand Forks by  way of Penticton.  - Mrs. H. R. Baxter returned from  the East on Monday, and will spend  the winter with her parents, Mr.  and Mrs. W. J. Rands.  The Rev. Dr. Main, of Vernon,  preached the anniversary sermons  in   the   Presbyterian    church   last  Sunday morning and evening.  V^t   Grindrod  people  wanf Enderby  lovers of dancing and local talent  ''entertainments to keep in mind the  - concert  next .Wednesday .evening,  .  7 Nov. 3rd. '      ,  .,-.-   - A change of,time takes -effect/ on  ��������������������������� -iV-^ Sunday, Oct. 29th over-the Okana-  ' - gan branch.   The southbound train  "leaves   Enderby* 10   minutes'.later  ,_ and   the .northbound.   50    minutes  , V*later-thanJaLprcsent.-,. .^/.,���������������������������v. ... ..-���������������������������:  * ,    P. G. Farmer, jwho for' the past  ; 'two years has been on the books of  .���������������������������the Okanagan Saw Mills; left this  week  for J affray,  B.C.,  where he  ���������������������������   ,   has  accepted  a  position _ with the  Jewell Lumber Company.'  .A.  Tomkinson  finished his contracts for threshing in the district  on Oct. 20th, after 43 days of steady  .going without a break for weather  conditions.   He reports the yield an  ��������������������������� average one, with oats the principal  "crop.  - In order that all may hear the  "famous  Welsh  singers,  coming to  Enderby on Nov. 6lh, under thc  auspices of the Patriotic Fund, the  price of admission has been placed  at 25c for children, 50c for adults,  ar    75c for reserved s_atS.  Contractors Ira Jones and J. N.  Grant have succeeded in .getting  the contract for the early erection  of the schoolhouse to be built by  ihe Province at Mara.    It will be  The Rev. J. H. Howe, of Vernon,  who is on his way to California,  will pay a farewell visii to Enderby  Sunday next, preaching in the  Methodist Church morning al 11,  and evening at 7.30. Monday evening he will give a miscellaneous  recital in the Methodist Church, at  which an offering will be taken in  aid of the Patriotic Fund.  Seventeen tons of tomatoes from  only two thousand plants covering  but little more than half an acre is  the crop gathered by one of Sum-  TRENCH COMFORT CLUB  merland's fruit  to the Review. ���������������������������  derfully   heavy  paper,  "but  perhaps  equalled or nearly so  this fertile district."  growers,, according  ''This seems a won-  yield,"   adds   that  it  has  been  by others in  SEASON'S CUT FINISHED      "  The last, long blast of the saw  mill whistle sounded last Friday  evening, indicating the end of the  season's cut. The planing mill is  still - running and will no doubt  continue as long as the weather will  permit the operation oi* the knives.  Thus far no'contracts have been let  for logging this winter,-and.some  uneasiness has-been, expressed as.  to next season's operations.. No*  word can be given out, bul it can be  .stated.'that the mill company*��������������������������� has  not said it will not run, and, with  ,the.outlook for lumber business so  tbrightf���������������������������brigh'teiVthan' it -has' -been  for many, years���������������������������it- is not likely the  mill''.would-lie idle wilh so much  business in sight. ���������������������������  - TurnbulPs underclothing for children; all sizes. Buy darly: combinations and two-piece. At Speers'  The whisl drive and dance hdid  it<S. Fiiday evening in K. P. Hull  by thc ladies of lhe Trench Comfort  Club, proved a most enjoyable affair to a large crowd attending.  Mrs. J. I". Johnson won the ladies'  prize and Mr. Roger Sparrow that  for the gentlemen. Twenty tables  were playing. The gross proceeds  amounted to ������������������45.05. Following the  serving of refreshments, the,young  people enjoyed dancing until midnight or later.  The ladies of the club desire to  thank all those who contributed to  the pleasure of the , occasion by  their attendance  and  otherwise.  The Trench Club will hold a  meeting tomorrow afternoon at  2.30 at the residence of lhe president. Mrs. Mackay, to discuss the  sending of Xmas parcels to our  boys Overseas. All interested are  requested to attend. -  Mrs. Speers would like those  who have finished knitting socks to  turn them in as soon as possible.  Friends of thc Trench Comfort  Club will kindly keep in mind the  shower for Ihe Xmas parcels" for  our boys in lhe trenches. The ladies  of .the club are preparing, to sent  fifty parcels���������������������������-nearly . double . the,  number  sent- last  year���������������������������and' they  figs, chocolate bars, oxo washcloths,  puzzles, antiseptic ' soap| ' tooth  brushes, tooth j-owder, takum  powder, bool laces, chewing gum.  Flour sacks, and .ten-pound hud  pails or tree-pound soda bisViit  lins are requested; also small' tea  tins into which maj !>e packed lhe  candies, elc.  ANNIVERSARY CONCERT.  The anniversary supper and concert given . in the Presbyterian  Church Tuesday evening, proved  the usual success. The tables were  crowded by a very meiry gathering  after which the crowd adjourned  to the auditorium and there were*  entertained by local talent1 and visitors from Salmon Ari'ii, and the  ���������������������������soldiers' orchestra froni the. Vernon  military camp.* The orchestra  music was excellent, and the violin  selections and vocal numbers by  the Arm visitors greatly * appreciated; then there was .the girls'  drill'and singing, by little Alice  Sowden; all of which made ah, evening' of .unsurpassed .entertainment.  "JUST A  SIDE LINE"  That there is a great scarcity of  butler throughout the country at the  present time is the reason-given by-  the-wholesalers. for- .the -unusually,  high-prices which butter "is at present   fetching, ' saysJ;the "'Kelowna;  'be-.  the"  urge everyone to contribute1 to thc  shower. All parcels should be sent,Record, and the householder is  to the residence of .Mrs. E. Grey, any I ginning to'wonder iuct where  time, belween,,.the.. lstjind ,10th -.of ,upward.clinib will,stop.'_.From, 35c.  November���������������������������not,later than the,10th. i jt has gradually crept'up.to^Scan'd'  To aid the public in knowing what j those familiar "with market.lentlen-  to give, the following is a list ot.cies-are expecting, to see-50c and  articles being enclosed in parcels: even 55c reached before the winter  Fruit cake (not tp weigh more-than js" over. ' * '��������������������������� " *   --  1 1-2 lbs each), short bread, home- .       ��������������������������� ���������������������������   ,VT ,-.,  made candy, tobacco, raisins, dates,' Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe s*  V  -'I  , W.  J.  Woods  makes  farming a  "side-line."   That is what he calls  il.    But  his "side-line" has developed into a vcr.y lucrative proposition and promises lo open into the  m'ain thing.   Three seasons ago Mr." *  Woods put a man in his place in  his general merchandise store and"   '  sought recreation out of doors." Hc    '  took a contract to clear 50 acres of - .-  bush* land for Mr. P. Mack for the  50 acres adjoining.    He was given   .  live ycars in which to do lhe clear-   ;  ing.   Thc 50 acres were cleared ihe  first season, and thc next season he-  raised'a crop of grain.   This season   -  Mr. Woods, harvested forty, tons-of  *  oats.and in addition turned over to  =���������������������������  Mr. Mack some 18 tons as his share ,  in  the  crop.    In   addition   to  the' "  grain crop, Mr. Woods-says' he has   ���������������������������'-  some 100 tons of hay and straw Tor-  winter feeding. _ .   .  - After clearing the land Mr.Woods  erected a modern barn 118x60 feel >',-  ground dimensions', with stanchion  '  room for fifty cattle and 12 horses;-   >���������������������������  with grain bins; etc., for thc n'eces- _/���������������������������';  'sary feed.   'He has' also' erected\a yV*  pig  house  100' feet : oiv "mbre'V in" T  length, and; an implement shedV,'-'""V:;  While .these' improvements* wercV'jT-  being \madc, ."and," thc,'grain'.Svas"(;_;'  coming along' Mr. Woods had: sonic".V;  hogs' .and. cattle; getting.- ready./ tb.V"^  occupy the barns and fecd'i"upon"-thc:'\V-Vv -*.:���������������������������&  grain.VHc now has'upwards of.100 \'SS-Sif^k'A  'K lfaj-$?+S  **  ?J-l^-^ir  v-f s, >&k  *i--";,/���������������������������-'*ft*"il  *��������������������������������������������� V^nr"1^ ��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������  hogs .ready Tor. the*bacon market,';! ^Sfffi'ffi  ���������������������������arid'45~(K-..20>l^adJof^cattleVHAii_,C^;'i^^^  the regulation two-room         type, and  "wi 1 r~cosf something"over",$7^000V~  Lieut. Wilkinson and wife spent  ix fewr days in Enderby the past  week, returning on Thursday to  .Victoria, where they will be stationed this winter. Lieut. Wilkinson expects to leave Overseas with  the officers' staff early next year.  Mrs. C. Reed and mother came in  from Alberni, B.C., Tuesday, to pre-  Dare for the home-coming of Rev.  C. Reed, who has been invalided  home from France where he served  as chaplain. Mr. Reed will arrive  from Ottawa by this morning's  train. ���������������������������*'**'  The ladies of the hospital board  are endeavoring to make the whist  drive and dance to be given in K.  P. Hall Hallowe'en, a big success.  The price of tickets is placed al 50c  and the proceeds, arc to go toward  cleaning up the balance due on the  hospital furniture purchased early  in lhc season.  Six graded mares were shipped  this week by Mr. Skyrme, of the  Hazclmcre Ranch, to a purchaser  in Calgary who was here the past  week looking to get a carload of  marcs for breeding purposes. This  is the second sale of horses made  by Mr. Skyrme in the past month,  and indicates a lively interest*in  horse-breeding. ,  Speaking of the paper read by  City Clerk Rosoman at the municipal convention held at Vernon recently on "The Municipal Clerk and  the Office He Fills," the News says:  "This extremely well written paper  was marked by literary excellence  and style of outstanding merit, and  dealt with thc subject in a philosophical manner seldom met with  in papers of this nature."  Fancy candies, delicious cakes  and cookies,  will be found at Joe's j  ing the lines there and turn to the Balkans, where,  with apparently a new army, hc has driven back  thc Rumanians from Transylvania, captured thc  passes leading lo Rumania at thc instep, and at  thc same time invaded that counlry a I thc heel  and captured Constanza, "the,only Black Sea port  through which Rumania can get her supplies, and  at lasl reports threatened Chcrnavoda, thc ter-     =_^= _^ niinusonthc Danube  nalion means as much of a loss to the world as ivoda railway,, flic caplurcof whicffwbiikrbe dis-  to slaughter the men of another nation; that'astrous to the Allies' cause and would lor all  the German is as good a man in the building up lime bar the march of  lhc Russians and Ru-  Thcre are indications from various sources  that Europe is gradually coming oul of its Avar  madness. The tremendous cost in lives and  money, property and prestige, is beginning to  crowd out of the lieads of the men at the head of  thc warring nations thc thought, of mastery, and  they arc beginning to realize tliat onc nation is as  essential in thc larger shaping of world progress  as the other;_j_iat_ to_sla lighter _thc_incn _pf. one  in" readiness -for- a. further increase;  h'cxt^ season,  he  has   13^ breeding" :  sows to litter wilhin the'"next;weekV  or two.       7'      '    .-     V" ���������������������������'" ,   ���������������������������/,*-- y"  '' Talk abo.ut your."side-lines!" -If'  you .want to get'into one, that pays,-.'  just' try hogs.' The wholesale price y  of bacon'is now around'27 cents a '  pound.   As Mr. Woods has h'is(.own. ���������������������������*;  meat   curing  plant,   his   hogs -are\  worth to him al least 25c "a pound.' ;  And yet we hear some say that. ���������������������������  one cannot enter upon a bush ranch -  and make a Jiving! '  " -**������������������''"���������������������������.",<  ', *"*.*  of the German part of thc world as thc Briton is  manians upon Constantinople.   These things do  in the building up of thc Brilish part of the world; not point to exhaustion on thc part of the enemy  that each is needed in thc development of all. | so much as they indicate ignorance on the part ol'  Thc other day thc Kaiser addressed his men on J our war correspondents who seemingly write lo  thc western front, and in his talk hc dropped his  old grandiloquent style, and his words bore un-  mistakcablc evidence of a man made sober by thc  chastening rod. Other leaders arc speaking in a  similar tone of voice. Even our own Viscount  Gix-y, foreign secretary, gives evidence of a  broader spirit animating thc Allies than was expressed in months that have passed. In an address before the Foreign Press League only a  days, ago he referred to German utterances  gardirig peace and the claim that Germany must  have guarantees for her future protection, and  added: "Precisely because this war was forced  by Germany upon thc world, it is ihe Allies who  must have guarantees." Aflcr saying lhis he observed he would like to sec the German charge  that any other nations planned aggression against  Belgium investigated by an independent tribunal.  till space more lhan lo tell facts.  ew  re-  More of these talks arc needful. They help to  dissipate the atmosphere of hate and jealousy thai  has permeated Europe since the war began. With  this* atmosphere cleared up there will then bc  some hope of sanity taking hold of the men at the  head of affairs. We have witnessed the pasl year  the launching of the Allies' great drive on all  fronts. We have heard almost daily of how nearly)  exhausted the enemy was, and how his lines;  would be broken and crumpled up within a few  weeks. We have heard how Lemberg was to bc  taken by the Russians, Trieste by the Italians, and  Constantinople by the Rumanians. And in thc  See tne great feature reels at the'face of these assertions, we have seen thc enemy  Opera House Friday and Saturday.       quietly leave the western front to the army hold-  saint would  saint is he."  "When the devil is sick, the devil  bc; when the devil is well, the devil  Man is mortal. And anything lhat is mortal is of  the devil���������������������������they tell us. So il is not surprising that  each nalion at war is now engaged in expatiating  on its sainllincss, and telling the Good Lord how  much il is depending 'upon Him for assistance in  enabling it to kill the other fellow and make il  victorious. Each is prepared to give the Lord all  the praise���������������������������provided He brings victory over the  enemy. Only now and then do we come into contact with a universal soul who can distinguish between thc real and the superficial. A valued corr  respondenl writes: "What a wonderful reconstruction must come of the very foundations upon  which national life has been built and nourished.  Old things arc rapidly being torn lo shreds���������������������������self  destroyed, many of them, Let us hope that when  the rebuilding begins there will be more of God  and less of pride, avarice and selfishness in the  foundations on which thc new era of civilization  is-to bc built. II is good to see the awakening  lhat is going on now in every part of the world,  and, while this war has been a dreadful scourge, it  has proved lo us most surely lhal as we sow so  shall wc reap. JSTettles have been sown, and  nettles (not lillics) have come lo sling and poison  and set the whole world mad with irritation and  resentment. Man-made creeds, nations and organizations arc proving the nothingness of their  power. 'Perhaps thc world will now acknowledge  the power of God and partake of il always."  RED CROSS DAY  'Ybc local branch of the Red  Cross observed Saturday last- as  "Our Day," making a special effort  by**way of subscriptions and market  stall lo add to thc Fund as much as  possible. ��������������������������� And their ell'orts were  not made in vain. The day's receipts amounted to something in J lie  nci glTl)orlTootl"1o V870; Tlre~f ol low"  ing contributed: Mrs. Attenborough,  Mrs. Robinson, Mrs.Hadow, Mrs'.Mc-  Pherson, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs. Johnston,  Mrs. Mowat, Mrs. E. .1. Mack, Mrs.  Hatcher, Mrs. Preston, Mrs. Nichol,  Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Landon, Mrs.  Greaves, Mrs. Hartry, Mrs. Woods,  Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Peel, Mrs. Gaylord,  Mrs. Fmeny, Mrs.Moore, Mrs.Twigg,  Mrs. Tompkins, Mrs. Brown, Mrs.  Pearson, Mrs. Martin, Mrs.Leighton,  Mrs. Fravel, Mrs. McMahon, Mrs.  Morion, Mrs. Folkard, Mrs. George,  Mrs.' Reeves, M\s. N. Mack, Mrs.  Lawes, Mrs. Dagg, Mrs. Scolt,**-Mrs.  Sowden,Mrs. Pound, 'Mrs.Stroulger,  Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. J. Millar, Mrs.  Dill, Mrs. Jones, Mrs.Burnham, Mrs.  Williams, Mrs. Strickland, Miss  Rosoman, Miss Gibbs, Miss .Edgel:  Mr. Collin, Mr. Fenton, Mr. Greyell.  Cash .conlributions were received  from Geo. Brown, F. Ii. Dill. E. B.  Dill, A. Fulton, N. B., R. H*. Wheeler,  N. II. Cowan, J. Martin, S.II.Speers,  Jas. Murphy, II. G. Davies, II. A.  Teece, Hop Sing, E. Sparrow, P. G.  Farmer, N. E. Duncan, C II. Reeves,  T. A. Adams, B. JohnMon, C. Ryan,  C. B. Winler, F. S. Stevens, Wing,  R. Bailev, Geo. Sharpe, W. G. Pell,  H. W. Keith", H. M. Walker, G. Rosoman, R. Gibbs. Geo. Johnston.  Graduated  A clergyman had taught an old  man in his parish to read, and  found him an apt pupil. When he  called al the collage some liiye later  onlv Ihe wife was at home.  "How's John?" he asked.  "Very well, thank you."  "I suppose he can read Ihe. Bible  comfortably now?"  "Bible, sir? Bless you, he was  oul of the Bible and into the sporting papers long ago."  See the "Trey o* Hearts" Saturday. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, October 26,1915  Ihem for elsewhere.   This condition would not be  much altered if we had a dozen creameries here.  The Kamloops Standard asks this pertinent  question: "If you send east for your printing, and  wc send cast for our hardware, groceries, shoes,  clothing and other necessities, what will become  of our "town?" This is a question that the merchanls of other towns than Kamloops arc now'  beginning to find an answer for.  wmmmmmmmBmraai?Pimm<$  Simply a little rub with a cloth keeps the highly burnished cooking top always glistening, dustless clean, without blacking; in four pieces it cannot warp or bulge.  DOMINION, ELECTION PENDING  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   WiVLKKIt  Published every   Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C. at  $2   per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising  Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  2oc each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1916  WANT A CHEESE FACTORY  For the past six-months a.quiet clforl has been  made by a few Enderby citizens to get support for  a cheese factory, which they would like to see  started here. Thc clforl, while recognized as a  laudable one, has not received the support that  might reasonably have been looked for. The cost,  it is said, would be not more than a lew hundred  dollars, for machinery, etc. This point is not  where the obstacles arise, for il is believed lhc  money could bc easily raised. There is not the  support from thc farmers themselves, however,  and without enough milk promised regularly it is  fell the project would be hopeless.  While all of us would like to sec some industry  started here to provide a ready market for the  fanners of the district I'or their dairy output, it is,  nevertheless, hopeless, except by thc combined  clforl of ail. And until there is closer co-operation between the businessmen and the farmers of  the district, any clforl that might bc made would  bc doomed lo failure at thc outset.  At the present time thc co-opcralivc'crcamcry  at Armslrong is Jilling the requirements of our  dairymen in providing a ready cash market I'or  lhcir cream output. If this cannot be made a  "success^ wi"! 11Vt"IIcV"alTTfc:Rr'uf~Athi_ti'"ongVm d Vts  far north as Mara, sending their cream there, it  would not seem possible to gel enough milk to  meel the requirements of a cheese factory. Thc  co-opcralivc movement needs all the support the  farmers of this district can give it. In lending  this support the farmers will be helping themselves, for just as "practice makes perfect" in  other things, so will il'hclp the farmers here lo  discover-and-remedy-llie-weaklinks-in-Ihe chain  of their production and selling organization, ll  seems lo us lhal, instead of endeavoring lo start a  cheese factory, or another creamery, al Fnderby  al this lime, lhe wiser plan would he lo lend all  lhe support possible lo the co-operative creamery  now asking the patronage of lhe milk producers  of the locality. Lei us assist in making onc cooperative enterprise a success before starling another lo go inlo competition with it, and probably  languish and die I'or want of thc necessary support. Noihing can be gained by multiplying the.  enterprises when the district does nol yel produce  cream enough lo keep the one enterprise going al  anything like its capacity. II makes very lillle  difference where the creamery is located, so far  as the producer is concerned, 'fhere i.s. ol" course,  lhe mailer of expressage on the cream to the. producer having lo send by train. However, until  the product of lhe dislrict is fully Iwenly fold  greater lhan il now i.s, il would he inviting loss  and failure to start a second creamery or a cheese  factory. The local producers who are sending  Iheir cream to the co-operative creamery at Armstrong, receive Iheir cheques regularly, and lhcy  are paid as much per pound for buller fat as Ihey  could possiblv receive in any olher wav, or from  a local creamery had we one in operation here.  Olher things heing equal, Ihesc producers do and  will spend their money here. But other things  must he equal. They will nol pay more for lhc  necessaries of life iu Knderby lhan Ihey can buy  Unless wc mistake the signs, a Dominion election is pending.    It may nol bc announced I'or  1916, but il i.s almost certain to come early next  year.    II is  usually disastrous  lo  the parly  in  power lo bring on an election in limes of distress.  Any cry of calamity goes down with the electors  when the counlry is at-war.   And Canada's experience in the war now being waged is nol dilf-  erent lo that of England, or France, or Russia,  or Germany.   Thc war is proving far more cosily  than wc anticipated.    Issues have arisen which  no nation dreamed of when thc war began.   To  meet these issues none of the nations at war has  been prepared.   II has required all our resources,  in brains and men and money simply to keep on.  The tremendous issues have yet lo be met.   How  will wc meel them?   This is thc great question.  When the war started, Canada adopted a policy  lhal must prove disastrous if thc war is prolonged  into ycars.    In thc first place, the Dominion is  paying ils brave boys at the fronl and those dependent upon them a higher allowance lhan- is  paid lo lhc soldiers of any other nation at war.  In addition, to this, we adopted at thc outset the  policy  of   paying  a   further  indemnity   lo   thc  dependents of our soldiers through the Canadian  Patriotic Fund.   The requirements of the Government for war expenditures alone is said lo be onc  million dollars a day, or $365,000,000 a year. Thc  requirements of the Canadian Patriotic Fund are  said lo be nearly one million a month to meet its  obligations to the men who are fighting at thc  front and preparing lo fight.   These arc only two  of thc many demands being made upon the people for war purposes.   There seems to bc no end  to thc various demands���������������������������all good and necessary,  no doubt, but alU'ar more extravagant than any  one anticipated or prepared for.   No doubt, had  our statesmen been able to foresee events as wc  now see them, our policy at the outset-would have  been different.   Whether this is true or not, thc  fact remains, thc policy of double-indemnity was  adopted, and, perhaps in modified form, will no  dou'bl bc adhered to until thc close of the war, no  matter when it bc.   The Borden government did  not fail the pcopie of Canada at the commencement of hostilities.   It will not fail Ihem now.   11  will carry on lo thc end.  Mr. E. W. Thomson, thc well-known journalist  and Canadian correspondent, of the Boston  Transcript, and a staunch Liberal in politics, in  the course of an interesting letter lo Mr. Henri  Bourassa, pays a striking tribute to whal hc terms  the foresight and g_nius of Sir Robert Borden in  committing Canada unrcservcoiy to participation  in the war when the break came so suddenly in  August, 1914. Mr. Thomson, aflcr declaring il lo  be The paramount duty of French-Canadians io  enlist in this war "for lhe future of mankind,"  quite frankly stales that il would be noihing less  than treachery not to support Sir Robert Borden  at the next general election. "Thc onc path" to a  long or a permanent peace," hc says, "and to  quiet industrial existence is thc way of our allied  guns and men lo Berlin. Inasmuch as Sir Robert  "BoTxIcT'rl'Jolilly^rat^  steadily pursued that course, he appears lo mc to  have been guided by well-informed sense and by  such inspiration as may properly be termed  genius. None but a great man would have dared  What hc dared in August, 191-1���������������������������venturing to interpret the real mind of thc Canadian people in  such a lime of confused opinion and quaking dismay. I humbly confess thai he then knew, as by  -inslincl,--Avlial-nieir-like--niyself^who-aLfirst_ob-;  jectcd lo Canada's being committed to the war  'without a mandate from lhe electors, would he  thinking when the lime should have disclosed the  power, preparedness, and deviltry of Prussia. To  do other than support him in lhc general election  which seems lo be pending would, il seems lo mc,  he treacherous lo" the cause to which Canada  stands engaged. To defeat him would be to  testify thai Canada had llunked and wished lo  crawf out. That would be a heavy loss to the  Allied cause; a large encouragement to Berlin."  may  It won't be frard to decide what range you want in your  kitchen after I show you the Kootenay's special features.  867  Sold by   Fulton   Hardware   Company  Are you going- to do any  Building or Repairing-  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Flooring and Ceiling ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������10.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding ....... ���������������������������"���������������������������....... $10.00 .    "  Cull Boards *��������������������������� '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.'  ...5.00  No! 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 13.00  No. 3 Cedar Bevel Siding ...:..... 15,00      "   *  "  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  Our Groceries are Always Fresh  and Prices Low  DON'T FORGET THAT !  Our stock of Flour and Feed is guaranteed to give satisfaction, and  prices are the lowest possible.  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"    *       '      -      s  -  TEECE    &    SON,        Bell Block, Enderby  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, &,&_?URPHY Enderby  F R E S H  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R7SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL.BUTCHER  \Y  Foster's weather report says' the next wnrni  ave will reach Vancouver near Oct. 30th. "lhis  will be followed by a brief slorm period. November promises unusually warm weather from near  8th lo 2-111*1. Following the 24th a great change  lo colder weather will occur.  WASTED ENERGY  At a lesl in the laboratory of Prof. Poffenbcrgcr  of Columbia university, wilh the aid ol" the famous Dutch cellist, Michael Pcnna, il was found  that a simple air played on the violinccllo calls for  a total expenditure of energy equal to two and  three-(|uarters pounds per note, or more than  four Ions ol" energy for a live-minute selection.  This amouni ol" energy would carry the average  noliceman through his entire week's work.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables'  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-  diousjStabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  <f Prompt attention to all customers,  Land-seekers  ancl  Tourists invited to give us a trial.  O.K.  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor   ,  c.  P. R. TIMETABLE   "*-'*  Southbound                    Northbound  10.40 lv.  Sicamous       ar. 17.25  11.11  Mara                  16.40  11.25  Grindrod              16.24  11.39  ENDERBY             16.09  12.05  Armstrong             15.40  12.23  Larkin               15.20  12.50  Vernon                14.55  13.10 ar.  Okanagan Ldg     lv. 14.40  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A.,  "Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coalmining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at'an annual rental oi" $1  an acre. Not more than 2560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Applicationsffor a lease must be  made bjy the applicant in person to  the Agent of"suir-A_eTiH^f"tli_~ais=~  trict in which rights applied i'or are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  musl be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall bc staked out by  Ihe applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of S5 which will be  rcfujulMJl' the .rights applied for  are nol available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output ofthc mine, at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating thc mine  shall furnish lhe Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  (luanlity of merchantable coal  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If lhc coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should be  furnished al least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may bc permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working ofthc mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should bc made to the Secretary of  the pepartment 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  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  ,'f. 4"  Thursday, October 26,1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  BOARD OF NATIONAL SERVICE  After attending thc session of the Board of  National Service at Ottawa, Mr. R. F. Green, director for British Columbia, returned to his home  last week. "It is well known," said Mr. Green, to  thc Vancouver Province, in explaining thc pur  Birih of a Nation" was first booked for a try-out  at thc Royal Alexandra theatre, Toronto. Immediately following its announcement the house  was sold out solid for every evening performance.  Daily matinees were given, and still the capacity  was over taxed. It was held over for a second,  third and fourth week, playing twice daily.   The  pose of the national service board, "that Canada j engagement had lo terminate on account of other  has sent many men to thc trenches-who might  have served the country, being skilled men, by  being retained at home at their vocations for  which lhcy are filled. On thc olher hand, there is  on doubt a large number of men still in Canada  who could do bcllcr work at thc front:* We pro  bookings lhat could not bc cancelled. In Montreal  the same condition prevailed.  Since lhat time '"The Birth of a Nation" has  been shown in all the larger centres in lhc Dominion. It is only now appearing ,in thc smaller  towns.   Thc play condenses lhc living details of  ROLL OF HONOR  FOR KING AND EMPIRE  pose to organize the whole Dominion. We will: the most strenuous periods of American history  gel an inventory first and then classify thc men j into an evening's entertainment of less than three  as to the occupation which, in our minds, lhcy are'hours. Thc play contains 5,000 scenes; presents  best suited for and in which they can best serve 118,000 actors and 3,000 horses; cost $500,000 for  the needs of thc country. Wc have power, under  lhc order-in-council, lo say to thc militia authorities that they shall not take this man or these  men of this particular class who may be of more  service at home, such as toolmakers, munitions  workers and artisans in various manufacturing  lines, who cannot bc spared because the product  of such industries arc as essential to the' successful carrying on of the war as men. Thc powers  wc have in connection with the prohibition of  enlistment will, naturally, be carefully used and  every care will bc taken not to abuse them. The  board will get in touch with thc management of  all industries of the country and secure their assistance in preparing a list of callings and labor  necessary to keep at home.. We have nothing to  actual production expenses, and took eight  months to produce. It is accompanied by an  orchestra of 20 pieces. It is thc biggest thing that  ever has been shown in Enderby, and said by all  who have seen it in other cities, to bc thc most  marvelous performance ever filmed.  THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER  OVERSEAS  ENDERBY  The Chicago Tribune thinks the weekly newspaper produces thc interest in thc town in which  it is published to such an extent that it becomes  impossible to place an estimate upon its worth.  There is no enterprise, it says, that docs so much  for the corporation or the individual citizen as lhc  It   stands   opposed   to   the  newspaper, it stands opposed to the town  do directly with recruiting, but undoubtedly, I knocker, the town kicker, lhc town fanatic and  when the classification of the men is made it will:lhe town drones. It stands for progress against  be found that there are a large number of men in! stagnation. It is ever ready to obstruct thc  Canada who, in the opinion of the board, might I schemes of visionaries and as ready to aid thc  well bc sought as   recruits   and   persuaded to constructive plans of wise and level-headed citi-  enlist."  THE BIRTH OF A NATION"  At last Enderbyites are to have the opportunity  of seeing that grcatest-of all master productions,  "The Birth of a Nation." Some months ago when  these pictures were being shown only in thc large  cities, Manager Bobb made an effort to get the  V?  production for Enderby.   But the price asked at  that time was up in thc hundreds, and the guaran- is entitled to  tec was considcrcdcto be too high.   Now this pro-|0f their benefactor when they fail to recognize  duction is being shown m the smaller, places, and the weekly journal as such.   The editor and his  zens. It is for the upbuilding of the community.  The paper has not yet come lo its own, however,  because it is never appreciated to thc extent of its  worth by thc people at large. "Yet. when battles  arc to bc fought for town or country a rush is  made to thc newspaper office always to find thc  loyal editor ready, frequently without hope of reward. Many other enterprises are encouraged by  a bonus, but rarely is a newspaper offered such  help, and still more often not given thc support it  Communities frequently lose sight  Manager. Bobb has secured it .for Enderby, on  Thursday evening, Nov. 9th.       7 .���������������������������'. /..  "Jhe Birth of.a Nation," was,first .shown in  New York, March 3, 1915.. It ran many,months  in all.the large American cities. It rairsimultane-  ously in five separate cities, with a total attendance of 50,000 patrons-weekly;   In Canada "The  paper stand as bulwarks of- defense against the  attacks-of .evil or designing schemes affecting  the. good of the individual or town. , For these and  other reasons the newspaper, town, and country,  should'receive.the support of the public at large  iri a,-very liberal degree, for it is really the most  imp'prtarif business- enterprise of. the community.  '.' Enderby  OPERA   HOUSE  Basil S. Courtney  presents  Thursday Qfk  NOVEMBER  Robt. Airth, Corporal  S. Allcorn  Henry Arnold Bogert  Victor Bogert  Albert Butler  .1. Irwin Bcatty o  Arden Bush  Elmer Black  George Buckncll  John Brecdon .  Fred Brecdon, -y-;  11 ugh Bowers  H. ]_. Blanchard  Rein Brown  All". Castle  Charlie Castle  Robert Chadwick  E..I-I. Crawford, Lieutenant  A. F. Crossman, Lieutenant  Geo. Calder  E. J. Corpc  Capt. R.* B. M. Cameron  George" Dysart  Gordon L. Duncan  Donald Dunwoodie  James Dickson, Lieutenant  CecihWynn Dunford  A. V. Evans, Lieutenant  Leonard Funk'.  Sidney Green  J. Green  James Glenn, Lieutenant  Kenneth Glen, Sergeant  B. Garrett  Geo. Gcight  Fred. Griffith  Robert Grasset  J. Hallmark  Colin Oliver Harvey, Lieutenant  J. C. Henniker, Lieut.-Colonel  John M. Hatcher  E. B. Huffman    .  H. Milliard I  Roy Hutchison  C. Houldsworth'  Fred A. Johnson  Steven A. Knight  Percy LaRoy  Patrick Mowat,  James Jarrett Mowat  George Mason -  ~  B. Mack  Leslie W. Mackay **7  JamesJ.Martyn  Albert Matthews        ,,    '  Robert Murdoch - ,  John David McMahon..  Rov- McLcod"  C. F.Oland -        ',   .  J. E. Pacey,      **.. ' ,    . **  Cecil G. Piper :  L. Proctor '    ��������������������������� t-  Harry.A. Preston  V"  L. B. Plumbly, Lieutenant ;  James-Pound  W. A. Russell  E. Rogers  Samuel E. Roberts'  Rev. C. Reed, Chaplain  * 'Tom Robinson  Harry Si rick I and  Kcnmjth Strickland  Charles Twigg   '  Robert Wood house  Elwin Wheeler  Thos. Wilkinson, Lieutenant  John White  John Warwick <  George Warwick  Robt. Wilson  Cecil Walker  H. Ellis Young  MABEL LAKE VALLEY  Capt. J. H. G. Baird  Capt.  Chas. H. Thompson  Capt. Wynne Jones  Capt. Godfrey Fowler  Stanley Wilkinson  W. G. Allen  George Ferris ��������������������������� ���������������������������  John Ashton  Joe Simard  Rudolph Simard  'Emil Peters   ' '*..'���������������������������  Fred. J. Kemp .      'v"S  GRINDROD      ������������������������������������������������������;."-*���������������������������  Geo. D. McEwen "   *:   *. *  Gerald A. Neve '   ,  - Wm. Peacock  ' P. Peacock V  G. R. Salt* .'-������������������������������������������������������''  . Maurice Salt - J   :���������������������������* V  : Fred Dysart  Ted Dysart  Disney Poole " .  W. Poole  Ha rry Sky rm e .', 7 / [?.���������������������������;*���������������������������', ���������������������������  George Archibald     \      "7"  Frank Russell  Frank-Dondoneau  Fred Dondoneau  Arthur Ruthven ���������������������������r.-  Jeffrey Smiley  James Jamieson :  Bernard Rosoman  MARA  John Langdon, Major  Stanley Richardson, Lieutenant  Fred White, Lieutenant  M. A. Bucknell, Lieutenant *-.- ^  W. H. Ahier, Sergeant   -.  Harry Coell, Lance Corporal ..  James Oliver. .  Richard Groves ^'--. -"-'-- V< ., _  ��������������������������� John Groves'; \;y- , Vy  ; G.' W.- Pater son 7\ ' - *-��������������������������� S ,, r'y- '���������������������������  Walter. Robinson V' 7S '  . Sergeant Ferguson      V      '.'V,  Lieut.'R. Bazeley ���������������������������'* *"'  VA.'O. ^Holland ,    -    V  -'   .7 ~7.  Arthur Zcttergreen      ' "**       '��������������������������� t  Andrew Zcttergreen -'-.*;  - Nels Zcttergreen ' V  , Thos. W. Robinson ' ���������������������������**  ', James F. Massey'  v  ... HOM& SERVICE  Howard  Logan, Lieutenant ���������������������������_ James C English  Wm. J. Hatcher, Lieutenant' ���������������������������**  F. H. Barnes, Q.-M. Sergeant  W. H. Embrey  ���������������������������%��������������������������� - *'*'l  ���������������������������::������������������  -  J-  "'t-fLv-  '    ,  *7"  i  "������������������$ ���������������������������~  *S^ ii*/*"*-;;  "<.  : 's~ cs  S-St:  ?*"  *\' j  .-_���������������������������._*���������������������������������������������  u*5-,"?���������������������������~V  '  i'������������������ L  *   _ r  -TC   ,  '.*���������������������������;_  i*- _ _ r������������������ *-?  ,t "  *    /  *��������������������������� -A, i, ?"  ^  ,.;  ,   **��������������������������� tt  "V __  Laurie Long  H. E. C. Harris  James Baird  Killed in Action  Pte. Albert Matthews  Pte. John M. Hatcher  Ptc. Rein Brown  Pte. Harry Skyrme  Lieut." R. Bazelcv  Pte. H. Ellis Long  Ptc. Fred Breedon  Pte. John Groves  .  Pte. C. Houldsworth  Reported Wounded  Sergt. Kenneth Glen  Lieut. A. V. Evans  Capt. J. H. G. Baird  Prisoner of War  Lieut. A. V. Crossman  Invalided  Rev. C Reed .  ��������������������������� 'i--... <*i  * ."}       Y'  '      J , ^  r J   I  HELPING  RETURNED SOLDIERS  The Military Hospitals Commission offers these excellent suggestions in dealing with Ihe needs of  the returned soldiers, now reaching  Canada in large r.umbcrs from thc  front:  When you see in the papers that  any of thc boys-arc returning to  your neighborhood, get together  with a few of your neighbors and  give them a hearty reception.  Don't treat them lo alcoholic refreshments. Many of the men are  not in normal state, owing to what  they have been through. While,  under ordinary circumstances, a  drink might do them no harm, under present conditions il might bc  a very bad thing for them. "You  will not wish to do an injury to  those who have endured so much  for you.  Find out what jobs are vacant in  youivcommunity. Make it a matter  of pride for employers to give the  first chance lo a returned soldier.  Encourage the men lo get back to  work. Loafing i.s bad for them, as  it i.s for any of us.  If you are an employer, give the  returned soldiers a fair show. It  may take a little time for them to  get their bearings. Have patience  with them, and encourage them���������������������������  they have suffered so much for you.  Be in a position to advise the returned soldier wherc lo go in case  of need.   If you see one in difficulty  try to help him out, or go with him"  where he can get proper attention.  Help the men who have helped you.  Nearly ever town in the west has a  local committee lo look aflcr the  'soldiers' needs in that locality.  Take a personal interest in the returned soldiers. They don't need  treating, nor coddling, nor charity,  but they need human sympathy and  kindness, as well as justice.  Canada owes her soldiers a debt  which money can never pay. Will  you do your bit towards paying it  as above suggested,  EXECUTOR'S NOTICE  In the Mailer of lhc Estate of Abram  Gunter, Deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given, that all  persons, having claims upon the  estate of the late Abram Gunter,  who died on the Mth day of May,  ID 1(3, are required to send to A. C.  Skaling, solicitor for the Executors,  Richard John Collar! and Thomas  Robert Sharpe, on or before the  20th day of'Novcmber, A.D. 1910, a  full statement of their claims and of  any securities held by ihem, duly  verified, and that after that dale  thc. Executors will proceed to dis-'  tribute Ihe assets of. the Deceased  amongst Ihe parties entitled thereof,  and .having regard only lo the  claims which have been duly filed  with him; and all debts due to the  said deceased are to he paid to tlie  undersigned.  Dated al Enderby, B.C., this 18th  day of October, A.D. 1916.  A. C. SKALING.  Solicitor for Executors. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, October 26,1915  MAKES PERFECT BREAD  APPEAL FOR CO-OPERATION  Sir Robcrl Borden has issued an  appeal-to Ihe people of Canada,  both men and women, lo increase  Iheir efforts iuul aid in Ihe prosecution *of lhe war. lie asks lhe people  lo assist and co-operule wilh Ihe  government and the National Service Commission in the work to he  undertaken bv lhat body.  "Notwithstanding  Ihe success ol  the   Allied   forces   in   Ihe   various  fronts during Ihe pasl summer," lie  savs, "there i.s reason lo know lhal  lhe  enemy  i.s  slill  strong  and   determined.     A   mighlicr  clforl   lhan  may   be   imagined   is  necessary   to  procure a conclusive victory.   This  war musl have so decisive a result  thai a lasting peace can be secured.  We are fighting, not for a truce, but  for  victorv.    Our strength  can  bc  mosl   effectively   thrown   into   this  conllicl bv utilizing, in all our national  activities  for sustaining lhc'  agricullural,    industrial   and   commercial  stability  of Canada,  those  who  through  age or by  reason  ol  physical condition are nol available*  for service al the front; to that end  wc mav place in the battle line the  greatest     possible    proportion    of  those fil for military service.   With  this view the government has asked  the director-general and  the directors of  national  service  to  undertake duties of lhc highest  importance and urgency.    It i.s imperative  lhat the men and women of Canada,  individually    and     through    their  various   organizations,   shall   serve  Ihe   nalion   in   those   capacities   in  which their services may be of lhe  mosl value.   Thus, it i.s the earnest  duly   of  Ihe   Canadian    people   lo  join   with   the   government   in   organizing   lhc    full    power   of   lhe  nation in human energy."  THE GOLDEN MOMENT LOST  Three weeks or more ago it was  pointed out by the Press that, in  view of thc perilous position of  Rumainia, after Field Marshall von  Mackenzen had succeeded in invading lhal country al thc heel, it  would .nol be surprising to see the  enemy run a new battle line across  Rumania from lhe Black Sea to the  Transvlvanian* mountains. Frank  H. Simonds, an expert war writer  Dr. Dent  will be in Enderby  next Monday, Oct.  30, for two weeks;  King Edward Hotel  Farmers  I wish to announce that I have  purchased a Gasoline Power  Baling Press, and am open to  take  orders  for  Hay  Pressing  on the New York Tribune, and who  is strongly pro-Ally, says under date  of Oct. 24th: "The capture of Con-  stanza by Mackenzcn's army i.s one  of the most impressive successes of  the war. . . . We may now see thc  two waves of Teutonic armies, thai  of Falkenhayn in Transylvania, and.  that* of Mackenzen in Ihe Dobrudja,  converging until Ihey meel at Bucharest. This is now a plain possibility. We may see Rumania cut  in half, the western half merged in  llie solid block of the territories of  tho Cenl nil Powers. We may see  all Rumania lo the Prulh swepl up  in the wave of Iriumphanl Teutonic  invasion. Or, we. may sec Mackenzen hailed easl of the Danube,  and Kalkcnhayn's drive stopped in  Ihe Transylvania. But we shall not  see Bulgaria overrun or turned  from her allegiance lo lhe Central  Powers, nor shall we see Greece  swept by popular enthusiasm lo Ihe  Allies embrace. By laking Con-  slanza lhe Central Powers have deprived Rumania of her one seaport.  They musl presently possess the  eastern end of Chernavoda bridge,  Ihe only bridge spanning the Danube between Belgrade and the Black  Sea. ... II i.s foolish lo minimize  the meaning of Constanza. Two  months ago, Rumania seemed destined to bring decisive aid lo thc  Allied cause; today, the single speculation must bc whether the Allies  can save Rumania, and of lhis lhere  is obvious doubt."  Ladies' winter underwear and  cashmere hose for ladies and  children���������������������������al Speers'. Call early,  assortment limited.  Underwear  from now on.  .    ARTHUR TOMKINSON  Grindrod B. C.  Don't allow tbe cold weather to  catch you unprepared. Heavy  Underwear now may mean the  saving of many days of sickness  and suffering. Come into our  Men's and Boys' Furnishings Department and let us fit vou out  lor the cold snap before it gets  here. You will never regret, it.  We can give you quality and  prices lhat cannot be beat. You  will need warmer underclothing  before thc winler is oul. Why  not get ready now���������������������������take advantage of lhe delayed cold snap,  and when it gets here you may  not feci il.  ON AND AFTER THIS DATE  OUR STORE WILL REMAIN  OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON  THURSDAY AFTERNOONS.!  W. J. Woods  PROFESSIONAL  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  - . .. BarristerpSolicitor,      ���������������������������  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  Heating* Stoves  Cook Stoves  Ranges  Furnaces   Your wants in the Hardware  line���������������������������we  can  supply at the  lowest prices.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  We beg lo apologize to all who have keys on our Kitchen Cabinet  for our inability to continue the drawing.  A wave of "protection to our weaker fellow beings" has taken hold  of certain citizens, wilh thc result that wc arc threatened with legal  proceedings if lhe Cabinet conlcsl i.s continued.  We know lhal the same contests are taking place all over thc  counlry without inlerl'crcnce, and il i.s with keen disappointment to  ourselves and lo Ihose who have Iheir eye on the handsome Cabinet,  thai we are forced lo withdraw it.  However, we are slill doing business wilh the largest and freshest  stock of Groceries and Cent's. Furnishings to be found in the city, with  prices right.  A car of feed and Rose Flour jusl to hand.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  CLEARING SALE!  I failed lai_t year to realize on  my stock and get out of business. I am going to try again  this year. I have cancelled all  my orders for Xmas Goods  that I could. Some are on the  way and will be sold with the  rest, ALL AT COST. Just try  me for prices.  Household Furniture  Everything in my house for sale!  5 Beds and Bedding  1 Steel Range and Utensils  1 Heating Stove  Crockery, Glassware, Carpets, Pictures,  Plants, Flower Stand.  Wall Paper at Less thaii Cost  j. e. crane, '*&&������������������������������������"���������������������������  Wo SnUggtorg  THOSE WHO.  FROM TIME TO TIME,  HAVE FUNDS  REQUIRING  INVESTMENT,   MAY  PURCHASE AT  PAR  DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK  IN  SUMS OF $500 OR ANY  MULTIPLE THEREOF.  "PrincipaH*epayable=_st-������������������ctobery-1919r  Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free  of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent  per annum from the date of purchase.  Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and  accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment  made under any future war loan issue in Canada other than an issue of  Treasury Bills or other like short date security.  Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.  _       A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications  for this stock which bear their stamp.  For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa.  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. OTTAWA,  OCTOBBR 7th,  1916.  ���������������������������-  SECRET SOCIETIES  R. E. WHEELER  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. .Visiting  brethren cordially invited  W. J. LEMKE  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cor-  dially invited to attend.  W. G. PELL, C. 0.  H. M. WALKER K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  Hal) suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments,    For rates, etc., address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  CITY OF ENDERBY  Compilation of Voters' List,  Year 1917  NOTICE is hereby given that,  under the provisions of the Municipal Elections Act, Householders  and License Holders desiring ������������������to  have their names placed on the  Voters' List for the year 1917 are  required'to make a statutory declaration oi' qualification, which  declaration must be delivered to the  Clerk of thc Municipality wilhin  two days after it is made, and not  later lhan 5 (five) o'clock in thei  afternoon of the 31st day of October, 1910.  Form of declaration can bc obtained at the Citv Hall. 1  Daled, October 2nd, 1910.  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  LIQUOR ACT. 1910  (Section 42)  NOTICE .'s hereby given thai, on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell  liquor by retail in the hotel known  as the Bellevue Hotel, situate at  Sicamous, in*the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 12th day of October.  1916.  LEOPOLD II.  CONGREVE,  Applicant.  When you get to worrying  over the heavy load you're dragging, get a job with my crew  pulling other men's trains out of  the ditch.���������������������������Foreman of Wrecking Crew.

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