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 Enderby, B. C, November 23, 1916  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 9; No. 39;   Whole No. 459  he thc  b? give  and  Vavc  last  n in  Mrs.  next  nol realize the advantage they have  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Mrs. G. R. Lawes .went to Vernon  on Monday, lo remain a week with  her sister.  A letter from the fronl states Lhal  Capt. J. fl. G. Baird has heen promoted lo major.  , Harry Baxter and bride are on a  visit to the Mabel Lake home of Mr.  and Mrs. II. I). Baxter.  Thursday, January 18th, is the  date set for the setting of the Legislature for the despatch of business.  Dan McManus was in from .Grindrod this week with a bunch of  horses which he sold to Calgary  buyers.  The concert given in thc Fortune  school two weeks ago, and the sale  held by the school children in aid  of the Belgian Children's Relief  Fund, netted them $56.80.  -Mrs. D. McLeod and family and  Mrs. G. A. Adams left this week- for  Kihgsvalc,  B.C.,  where  their  hus-  .- bands will be engaged for the winter months.  The "Press is being published onc  day early this week to enable the  -pujjjlisher'to attend thc convention  - oi newspapermen   at   Penticton on  Thursday ancl Friday.  Thc measuring party given last  week at the home of Mrs. W. Monk,  Grindrod, in aid of the Trench  .Comfort Club, of������������������ lhat. locality, was  one of'the most enjoyable events of  the season, and netted the fund  .$10.40,'  , y     - -  The newspaper man. who has not  made^warm friends and-then lost  themin an hour-by writing-things  that did.not agree with tho preconceived idea of these friends, has  either not written well or has not  been read. -    *  The result of, lhe kitchen garden  contest, held b>y the Agricullural  Department-under the auspices of*  the* Farmers'" Institute,- gives first  prize to Chas. W. Little, Mara; 2nd'  to Jno. Monk, and 3rd to J. Tomkinson j of-Grindrod."  A lecture will be given,-by. Rev.  C.Rcecl on "Wednesday, Dec. 6th,-at  8 o'clock sharp, in the Presbyterian  Church, on his-experiences in the  hospitals, etc., in England* and  France. Admission, 25c; lo be devoted to the Canadian, Patriotic  ri'i*"!:   - - - -  Sid. Waby, who has been absent  from home for past year or two, returned from Manitoba this week.  For several month after leaving Enderbv Mr. Waby was confined to a  hospital seriously ill, and his re-  -Guperation^has==J)ccn=_excecdingLy,  slow.  ���������������������������Miss Helen Bcrnicc Baker, well  known to many Enderby readers,  was married at her Penticton home  lasl week to Mr. Rcid Johnston, in  the employ of the Kettle Valley railway. Thc popular young couple arc  enjoying their honeymoon in California.-  II. T. Johnson, who snent thc  past year or more in and around  Princeton, says there-are-upwards  of 240 men employed in the mines  of that camp, and out of this number only 20 are voters. White men,  he savs, arc wanted badlv in the  mines'but they cannot be found.  The French women are apparently furnishing the boys at thc  front manv dainty little pieces of  needlework in the form of Christmas cards for sending home. Mrs.  Bogert received two very pretty remembrances from her son, Arnold,  who is a member of the Signal  Corps.  Friday evening will  moving picture show to  Enderby   by    Manager  ���������������������������Bobb.  -They expect to  week for Idaho.   It is not definitely  decided yet that the regular weekly  shows will be discontinued.    The  house may  be  taken  over hy the  Armstrong'oncra house proprietors,  though this is at present uncertain.  Manager Bobb has given  Enderby  good service, and all will regret to  see him give up the management.  Stephen Lallman returned from  working in the harvest fields in thc  Northwest last week. He says there  is work there for every available  man, but the cold weather is making it impossible to get men. In  that district everybody is prosperous, he savs. He thinks, however,  that the peo"'e of the Okanagan do  in the way of climate, and that nobody can realize it until they get  out in the cold winds and snows of  oiher districts.     '' ���������������������������  CHRISTMAS PARCELS  Chritsmas   parcels   were   mailed  to the following boys at the front  by thc   Enderbv   Trench  Comfort  Club last week: Pies. Pat Mowat, K.  Strickland, B. Embray. S. Allcorn,  Joe Mowat, James Pound, L. Funk,  Cecil   Wynne,   Sam   Roberts,   Geo.  Calder, Jno.  McMahon,  J.  Ashton,  H. Bowers, H. Blanchard. G. Buckncll, C. Piper, J. Nichol, C. Harries,  S.   I).   McClellan,   G.   Smedley,   B.  Mack, Rudolph Simard. B. Wilson,  E. Rogers, P. Cowan, C. Oland, Sid  urcen, G. Duncan, A. Castle, J. Dunwoodie, J.  Morten, L.  Mackay, A.  Wheeler, C. Murdoch, F. Johnson..  WV'Hallmarck,  F.  Chadwick,  Roy  Hutchison, J. Paccy,"J. White, W.  -Garrctl/V. Bogert, J. Funk, E. Black  H. Bogert, A. Bush, H. Preston, Lt.  Jas.   Glenn,  Corp.  B.  Airth,   Capt.  Fowler, Lt. Wilkinson, (Ashton Ck}  Sergts. Jno. Warwick, J. Green and  Ken. Glenn.  BOARD OF TRADE MEETING  At a meeting of'-citizens.in the  City Hall last Friday evening lo  consider thc advisability of reviving the Enderby Board of Trade, it  was decided to.reorganize," the clec-,  tion of officers being left until the  adjourned meeting of the Board to  '.held  in_ the  City  Hall Friday,  CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS  A meeting of the City Council  was held Monday evening, present  the Mayor and Aldermen -Fravel,  Johnston, Nichol ancl Sharpe. ' Thc  report of the committee of the  whole setting forth the business pul  through on Nov. 7lh, was read and  passed, appointing Aldermen Fravel and Nichol to act wiih Mayor  Dill on the court of revision co sit  at 8 p.m. Dec. 10lu, for the purpose  of revising the voters' list; consid?  ering the question of protecting the  fire hydrants; the collection of delinquent laxes; deciding to have  the Hospital Board incorporated;  scLting the price of 550 on the  family plot in the cemetery sold to  Mi*. F. Hassard; completing the arrangements with thc Department  whereby Indian Philips Baptisle i.s  to be supplied with water from the  city main for a period of JiVe ycars;  .completing sanitary installation at  "the Cily Hall; endorsing a resolution re. an All Canadian highway  submitted by the" Vancouver City  Council, and granting a water service application from the C.P.R.  section house.        .   -'        -      "-  A communication was read from  the Armstrong City Council asking  the Enderby-Council1'lo endorse a.  resolution urging thc,'Militia Department to provide foh'the formation  of_ another baltalio'nVn the .Okanagan; and, setting forth that ;as the  farm work for the season was 6,ver  thcre would probably be quite ra  number of men* recruited from this  -be'.held  in_ the  City  December 1st, at >vhich'if is.hopcjd quarter/"'The proposal-wasioolced;  evcryybusinessman.Jand citizen jn  tcrestcd in the advancement of,the  district will bc present.  PRESS CONVENTION THIS WEEK  The' newspaper men of Southern  British Columbia, will hold "a convention at Penticton Thursday and  Friday of this week; On Tliursdaj  the,'mihlishcrs of the. Okanagan,  will hold the annual meeting of thc  Press Guild, anci on-Friday ther'  wilhbe a-convention* of the provincial weekly section of .the Canadian  Press Association.  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's  upon, with favor by, the: Council, but  further information was-asltcd for  before.lhe resolution would be-endorsed. - -    -  Aid. Nichol, on behalf.of the special-.committee appointed to take  steps to. protect the city hydrants,  reported thai they had been properly boxed and.packed with sawdust. - - - -*.���������������������������." . V  . Mayor-Dill reported that-he had  blaced the matter of collecting-delinquent taxes in the .hands of Mr.  the Municipal Convention recently  held at Ve'rnon, which was received  wilh thanks.'   -  The salary of Assessor Johnson  was fixed at ������������������125 for the year 1917.  * ' 'MEN MORE PLENTIFUL  .With the coming of winter and  ihe stopping of work in the harvest  Helds bf lhe,Northwest, men are re-  iurning lo British Columbia, and  many are finding work in thc logging camps in thc interior. Mr. A.  E. Johnston was in Enderby from  Chase lhis week. Hc reports he has,  Ad men in his lumber cam]), many,  of ihem old-time loggers nol seen in  the interior camps for a number of  years. He says there is no trouble  now in getting men, and he predicts  lhat the few camps operating will  have a good season. Thus far,"however, the lack of snow has retarded  operations.  ���������������������������  KEEP  THE  COWS  "Chas. E. Strickland, proprietor of  the Lone .Pine .-Dairy,' foresees a  shortage,in lhe milk supply of Enderby if the cows-'now in 'tlie neigh:,  borhdod arc \ allowed' to '.go 'away/  The patrons "of-the Henry Greyell'  dairy, who will * bc compelled lo  find "a supply", elsewhere "-.when Mr.  Greyell sells"out: as he'nowjeontcni-  pl.-tcs" doing -next., week, - .will-, have  difficulty in- "getting., milk.", :The  'Lone* Pine Dairy cannot supply be-  Siond.,iIs'*capacity,:.and���������������������������'Mr.- Strickland, urges "holdin^of thc'y.Grcyell  milking^\stocl.'Mnr4heidiSiVict?r'V"V^*t  '-'   WILL^STANDBY CANADA-   '  ' Sir Robert 'Borden has given an  emphatic' -denial ;-to-. thc   repeated  rumors4 cabled * from* London" that  he, was aboiit-lo resign -the/office of  Premiership   of 'Canada- fo . go -, to  England as High Commissioner.  .If.  ' \Wi n d e'rm e re" i s; a s - go o d. a t ��������������������������� gu css-  ing about the "war as lie-was'in his  fool.guess about.Sir Robert he can  as well save the cost of cabling'his  Skaling and Mr. Davies. who were iI guesses to the" Canadian press.  ,His  irecent cmess was mosl unfair both  lo thc Prime Minister and the-Government, and there-should be some  way of bridling the nuisance.     *   "*  taking the  necessary steps to en  force pavment.  Aid.* Fravel and City Clerk Rosoman reported on the proceedings of  Men and Things as Seen Thro' Hank Reklaw's Periscope  . LATEST WAR SUMMARY.  ' "The fall of Monastir this week is  i the. best  news   received   from "the "  [Macedonian front since thc advance  of the Allies began months ago.   A  correspondent cabling to .the New-  York Tribune from .Serbian  headquarters, says lhe loss of'Monastir  has   robbed   Bulgaria ,of   her   last  hope of being able to hold possession of Macedonia, and hc predicts  that Bulgaria  soon will  sue  for a  separate  peace,  but  this,  hc says,  will never be considered by-lhe A1-.  lies   who   are  bitter'.against  Czar,  Ferdinand and his'Bulgars, who are  openly  accused   of having played.'  thc pari of Judas. .���������������������������* ,        '-   /  On the olher hand, Berlin claims  that.the evacuation.of Monastir by-.  German and Bulgarian troops is oi"  no "strategic importance.   Monastir, -'  the capital of Macedonia, is located  at tlie bottom of a bowl, surround-y  ed on all sides by dominating hills.:'  For  this  reason,  Berlin   claims,  it '*  was  tactically  extremely  unfavor-"-  able as soon as ihe enemy  forces y  gained a footing on thc rim of the J-  nowl, hence it was*cvacuatcd~\vilh-..  out any eifort being made.lo hold it.-"  On .the-'Roumanian.front the Ger-' *  mans, claim to .have.-reached IheV  railway,- which -runs.y from the;  Danubc "to- Craiova; jat a point- that ;  endangers thc "-.Rumanian' yfl'ankf^  -This'Vsucccss, ,.i f .' truc,,: the^LoiulpiiV  Daily-..Chronicle .says," :mcahs^ that>.  the"-Germah;.'atlempf.,to Vcut~.6lT -.they-  southwcstyyin-ojectiqnybf/iRqumania^  has-gone hlr, toward^accdniplish-y-  .ment.yl-T-he^pGsitiohioLthe^Rp'uman,-/.  ianr army/at .Orsova, it adds7:is prc-  c a r i ou s, i a n d - i f - wi 11 * be -1 ucky- i f *", it 7  'extricates* itselfVwithout; a -catas'V  'trophe.,'. .They'. advance" does ;"nof';  directly' threaten'...Bucharest;. ,lyiL-  gives the,Germans ah ,cxcelleht-basc">  frpm which" to-.do so. The Daily,/,  Mail "says-this news is'grave,.as.'thc \  presence..o'f^lh'e' enemy^on the'rail-/,  way would'compel-thc retrcat..6f'a"-*''  ���������������������������large part of'the" Rumanian "liiic'V. '  On the. "West"fiont the British  forces Have'gained an.important,ad,;,  vanceonthe. Ancre river,' where-il''.  is reported they arc battering their -  .way toward Miraumonl,. an import- ,  ant"railway station.     "    *  ."**&  ���������������������������'J   r'l  . -V-"_jSl  s _. 77���������������������������:M7:70\  -*"'V_3s  ���������������������������*&*^j**:������������������2!&������������������iX\  :-*v VVrf-M'l  -WK. ��������������������������� ���������������������������***; i   ]_��������������������������� fiiw, ft  , -.<    f-_c J-v* '���������������������������'  ���������������������������i'Jk-   *"*<������������������_���������������������������  c   *��������������������������� J 1     -     tlWt    -* ������������������y I  T^'*   -I'.  ~nrS"'\  If wc arc to believe the newspapers of .Canada,  Sir Sam Hughes, thc "Kitchener of Canada," is  a very bad man. It/is a very peculiar Ihing abo.ul  thc newspapers of Canada: Today, when any man  is lhc popular idol, they can sec all kinds of virtues in him, and publish columns of balderdash  about him, and tomorrow, when the storms of  laic -have blown his hat off and he stands shorn  of o'llicial power, lhcy cock their weather eye  awry and Icll us'how"many "faults lhc man had  and has. In thc little squabble between Sir Robert  Borden and Sir Sam, closed last week by lhc resignation of the latter, each side has its case, and wc  arc permitted to judge between the Premier and  the Minister of Militia lhat was. Sir Robert tells  us that Sir Sam tried to run his ollice as if il were  independent of thc Government; Sir Sam tells us,  (not in words but between thc lines) that his task  was to get a certain Ihing done���������������������������to recruit, train,  equip and 'transport from Canada to England  some three or four hundred thousand troops, and  that if he waited lo lay everything before the Governments���������������������������Imperial and Dominion���������������������������before acting, the job would never bc done. So believing,  Sir .Sam tells us he overstepped red tape and proceeded to get the thing done. And because hc did  so, our newspapers, which only a few short moons  him, now tell us Sir  depletes Canada of her outstanding strong men.  Wc cannot recognize anything above llie mediocre in leadership, and when it docs appear il is  immediately assailed by men who themselves are.  nol above that class and object to others standing  in thc limelight.   Without going into lhe merit's'  of thc case, wc simply wishlo point out what Sir'  Sam accomplished in the past two ycars or more:  as Minister of Militia.   He is a Canadian of Can-"  adians." As anolhcr has said: "When history gels  a proper perspective it may well bc lhal lhis plain,}  direct,, democratic Canadian will appear as one of j  lhc Ihrcc or four chief men of the British Empire!  in thc Great War."   Sir Sarii is fearless, forceful!  and intensely human.   'His'-mistakes are on the  human side.   His successes���������������������������and they arc legion  ���������������������������are due to his tremendpus driving power\md  his foresight, combined with the magnetic quality  of leadership and his abhorence of red tape.   \\\ a  few weeks after the war started Sir Sam sent an  army of 30,000 Canadians lo England.   Since lhat  lime this number has been increased to more than  350,000,. and it will be one-half a million before  lhc plans laid down by Sir Sam arc completed.  Let us not disgrace the good name of Canada by  adopting the parochial fault of picking Haws in  thc administration of a leader who has done so  much "for thc Dominion and the Empire.    If wc  "THE SPOILERS",  y  ���������������������������- This great moving picture masterpiece, said to bc the acme of realism, and thc most stubborn, strenuous and exciting fight ever pictured, is to be shown at the Endcr-  bv Opera House Friday evening,  Nov7"2'i I liT-"irw i I HTrol JM ji v^bcrth if  last big movie attraction we shall  see in Enderby for some weeks,-as  Manager Bobb will close thc opera  house and sever his connection  therewith with lhis attraction. His  desire is lo give Fnderby just this  .one more movie attraction of real  merit. He has placed thc price of  admission low so as lo give every  patron of Ihe house an opportunity  to _sec it���������������������������50c- and 25c. "The  Spoilers" is a thrilling, red-blooded  story of slrong men battling for  supremacy, with all their power  and mind and 'muscle���������������������������alert for  every cast of chance. It i.s a nine-  reel 'production,'-'showing life in a  mining camp in Alaska.  LIVE STOCK SHIPMENTS  sh  A   carload  of   beef   steers   was  ago, saw so many virtues in him, now tell us  Sam is a very bumptious individual and of no!arc not big enough to appreciate his good qualities  particular merit anyhow. Why this 'right about'j let us not show our smallncss by pointing to what  face altitude? , > to us may appear mistakes of policy.   Sir Sam  . Sir Sam may have his faults. All strong men | fearlessly upheld his Canadianism in the face of  are full of faults which their weaker colleagues I Imperial red tape and what he considered military  can see and upon which lhcy focus their vision, injustice, and if lhis led lo him "getting in" wrong  'with thc powers "lhat bc in the War Ollice, let us  rejoice, for is it not more lo the credit of Sir Sam  lhan had he namby-pambily minced about-on tiptoe in the presence of thc military stall'���������������������������in Eng-  ldnd or anywhere else?  Thev arc not big enough themselves lo recognize  in the "faults" characteristics which could bc  made virtues if they were strong enough and bold  enough to take hold and make use of them,  this very weakness in our Canadian policy  It is  thai  ;hippcd lasl week by G. R. Sharpe  lo Pal Burns, Vernon, Ihe animals  being .in excellent condition and  realizing some ?l,o00 to the owners.  This week a carload of hogs was  shipped by Mr. Sharpe, consisting  of 71 animals, in first-class condition and bringing another $l.f)2!) to  lhe shippers. Those, contributing  to lhc carload \<*erc: Geo. Andrews,  ���������������������������S. Teece, A.'L. Glen, C. Parkinson,  T. Slaplcton, L. Stroulger, N. E.  Landon, Ed. Harrop, F. C. Collin,  Mrs. Brash. G. G. Ives. Hullcar. Thc  price   paid   was   !) . 3-4c   pound.  We shall put through the presses  a small run of Private Greeting  Cards on Saturday of this week. If  you require yours for early delivery, order now. Call and see  samples.   The Walker Press.  Ladies' winter underwear and  cashmere -hose for ladies and  children���������������������������at Speers'. Call early, THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 23, 1916  commonest schools on the reserves for our Indians. Wc treat them in this respect like wild  animals. But even with school facilities, it was  discovered on the reserves across the border, that  it was a waste of effort on the part of'the Government to provide education for the Indian youth if  three-fiflhs'of the children were" to die before they  reach lhc age of live. Thc health campaign conducted by the Indian Department lhc past three  years has been effective beyond all expectation.  Many more medical ollicers and nurses arc now  on duly among the Indians and hospitals have  been built and equipped in large numbers. "Save  lhc babies," is now lhc slogan with,thousands of  Indian mothers in The West, and field ollicers of  thc Indian Service testify to marked improvement in the cleanliness and sanitation of the  homes inlo which these babies are born.  ENGLAND ON RATIONS  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   M'AI-KEK  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby.   _. C. at S2   per  year,   by  the  Walker   Press.  Advertising  Rates:   Transient. 50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1916  PAROCHIAL CANADIANISM  Arc wc Canadians too parochial, too provincial,  ever to recognize our slrong men, or to behave  toward, them in a manner lhat would lead them  on lo greater things ?   It seems lhat wc arc able,  only Lo go part way in the making of strong men  as leaders.   We press upon these men important  'tasks, and expect them .to do :thcm. -They have  never failed us., ' But. when lliey have done the  work, or while they arc doing ;it,- wc allow ourselves to become jealous of the power they wield,  ajid soon denounce them I'or taking upon themselves too much. Wc want thcm.lo lead but object  Id lhcir methods thc moment they begin to lead.  We make Ihcn'i leaders and all thc while expect  tlicm lo. come back lo us for daily orders.    We  arc nol large enough to let them lead.. When'they  attempt lo'do so wc, as a people, pullback, balk  ahd obstruct.   We object to Lhis or that failing in  tbe man; hc is too warm or 10$cold, too earliest  or not earnest enough;- \vc..disliUc lhe shape of his  nose or thc cut-oMiis coat. .'Wc disregard his.  good qualities and focus .our minds upon what we-  believe to be faults or Haws.   Wilh such a policy  ever before us, wc, as a people, can nol hope to  developc leaders of more lhan mediocre quality.  Men who have it in them to get above the medium  It wasn't so very long ago when lhc newspapers  li'scci lo poke fun at Kaiser Bill for having to put  his subjects on rations. When 'meal tickets' came  in ���������������������������Germany, and it became impossible for anyone  to purchase anything to eat without first having  obtained a ticket from the food dictator, wc were  told lhat tlie enemy was on llie verge of starvation  and could not hold out much'longer. Today thc  counlry of thc enemy seems to bc better prepared  to withstand the food blockade than wc ourselves  are prepared lo continue it. This is the result of  the ticket rations dictatorship. And England is  about Lo adopt thc plan long ago adopted by lhe  enemy countries. While it may seem harsh, and  will perhaps bring some hardship in ils wake, it  must eventually work as well for England as il  has operated in thc enemy countries. Fully a year  and a half ago, when the "wise heads" on lhe London stock exchange were providing enter tain men I  by burning the London Times iu public and denouncing its edilor, that paper Ihen warned England thai lhc stringent food measures adopted by  Germany were not a subject for scolling, but  rather onc that should occasion serious thought  oh thc part of thc Government and thc people. It  is only today that thc Government and the people  of England arc awakening to the real meaning of  thc warning then given. ' Thc days of scolling arc  pasl,. and lhe Empire is lhc better for it. When  England has to adopt the meal ticket it is proof  lhal she knows whal she is hi for. She will then  fight as she never has fought before. She will  fight with her back to the wall, and she will fight  to win, realizing to the full "thai she must exert  every effort in her*to check the inroads made by  thc enemy. V _,-      -.    '.  TRYING TO KEEP PRICES DOWN  ,. .. .       . 1     ", 1    -ii     1    ,.k   of the legislation provided.   The question is really  ���������������������������l-!-ie-oi!dinar-v���������������������������cl()-noUhavc*u-lo,auul^\iul_j.o.l^_ul._v ������������������.     ..     ��������������������������� -     ������������������..       ... .  j  mil lo the provincial limits wc would place upon  them, and either quit the job or use it simply as a  stepping-stone lo something which will benefit  them personally. The fault is.nol wilh lhc men  we have .selected as leaders so .much as wilh ourselves. Wc, seemingly, do not want leaders of  ability so much as leaders who will keep their  ears to The ground and take lhcir'orders daily.  LO THE GROWING INDIAN  This paper has repeatedly referred to the shortcomings of our Canadian Indian policy, particularly insofar as it deals wilh'the general hcallh.  comfort and advancement of thai people. Our  Indian laws protect the Indians as lo their land  righls; bul further Hum lhis our Indian laws are  a farce when il comes to a .mailer.of protecting  lhe Indians or aiding Ihem in any line,of dc.veloj)-  menl. We turn Ihem loose upon- thousands of  acres of land where'lhcy would bo; vastly'hetfer  off with hundreds of acres 'properly tilled, and  lei Ihem alone. True, wc have our visiting superintendents of reserves and visiting Indian agents,  who gel around as frequently as opportunity will  permit. Bul further than, this, the Indian Department gives no assistance.,. The fact is, lhe Indians  have been looked upon, and so treated 'byiQiuirllfcr  dian laws, as a "dying race," and our policy has  heen one looking lo aiding them in lhe dying. Bul  the Indian is nn'i dying oil". It used lo be, "Lo the  Pool" Indian!" II is"now, "Lo the Growing Indian."  The American Indian can no longer be described  as the remnant of a dying race. Across lhe border in Uncle Sam's domain they long*since have'  recognized lhis fact, an(l"rhrcc years'ago thc Indian'Department began a vigorous campaign -to  better sanitary and hygienic condilions in Indian  homes. Over* there Ihey have had Indian schools  on all reserves I'or years. In Canada we have nol  vet reached lhe stage where we provide even the  By the recent order-in-council passed by the  Dominion'Government any person is permitted  to' -bring action against any individual, corporation or combine who raises the price of commodities beyond a legitimate profit or attempts.to hold  lip commodities hi,order to regulate the, supply  and thus increase the price b}r limiting thc supply.  This legislation looks good on its. face, but will it  accomplish the object aimed at? Iii" the first place,  how is .the ordinary individual going, to discover  what is a- reasonable^and.legitimate profit? And  in "the second place, JioSv many private.individuals  in tliis'or any other.community are prepared to  puL.'a local "merchant into -.court' for doing in a  small way what thc big fellow's have been doing  in a large way ever since thc war started?. Wc do  not have any faith in lhc practical working out  Are you going to db iaiiy  Building or Repairing-  This Season?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES :  No. 4 Flooring and Ceiling .................... io!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. Enae,by  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" ' J  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderbv  TEEGE & SON,  King Edward  A name that stands'for the best in hotel service    :  King Edward Hotel, Lp?*J?URPHY  Enderby  *- ~-o *  -ST.-      ,   ;'&''  MlISKRAT  ���������������������������Get "More Money"  for Muskrat, Wolves, Mink, Foxes, Lynx, White Weasel,  Beaver,'and other Fur Bearer* collected in your section  '*'  SHIP YOUR FURS DIRECT toVSHUBERT'Mhe largest  house In the World dealing exclusively in NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS  a reliable���������������������������responsible���������������������������safe Fur House withan unblemished reputation existing: for "more than a third of a century," a long: successful record of sending: Fur Shippers prompt, SATISFACTORY  AND PROFITABLE returns.-;,WriteJifdr.'tJEtje j&ijntiKt flipper,"  the only reliable, accurate market report arid-price list published.  Write for it-"NOW���������������������������ii'n FREE '  AR   QUI TRPI-T  !������������������*.   25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.  . S3. _nUDLKl,lllC. DeptCH7CHICAGO,U.S.A.  "oiic^oi-^L'lie^G'ovcrnnicnWoHuincllct^^-If��������������������������� a^mini-  muni price is set by lhc Government on all commodities constituting the necessaries ol'"life, then  lhc people as individuals could report to-the Government any merchant demanding an excessive  price. Bulif.no limit is.set on any of these commodities, wc see no chance for the individual to  accomplish anything even if he .has the desire to  report any case of excessive charging.  FRESH  FISH  every Thursday;  1 \ *  GEO. rTsHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  ������������������������������������������������������<������������������<������������������<������������������������������������<tx������������������<3><������������������<������������������+<frtf ���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  fi. JvMackv  Livery, Feed'& Sale Stables  ^^ENDERB������������������,^B.=-C.���������������������������^  ARMY MEDICAL CORPS  The Army Medical Corps which was stationed  al Vernon for the summer, has returned lo Victoria, where they are stationed'al Tlie Willows.  During lhe winler training will continue and recruits will be received for slrelcher-bearers, nursing orderlies, and. clerks for different clerical positions, in the .corps. ..During lhe slay at" Vernon  over 250 'ollicers and.men were sent.overseas by  this corps. Medical .nie'n are urgently needed,!  and one cannot serve his country hra better way  lhan by joining lhe Army Medical Corps and  helping his wounded and sick comrades. Mr. M.  Hayward, Belgian Orchard Syndicate, Vernon,  will supply all information on application.  ������������������     Good Rigs;   Careful Drivr  ' ers; Draying of all kinds..  ;    Comfortable and Commo-  ' dious Stabling for teams.  i >  *>  Auto for Hire  I.T  < s-Prompt^ attention to all -customers'^ [  Land-seekers  and Tourists in- < >  vited to give us a trial.  . .Bread in London has gone up to 22 cents a loaf,  and bakers say there is lhe possibility of a shilling  loaf. The price of potatoes has risen 50 per cent  in a week and more than 200 per cent since thc  war skirled, sugar has gone up 200 per cent,,butler 70 per cent/bacon 50 per cent,; tea -70 per cent,  eggs 200 per-'etnt. 'Milk is but of reach of the  poor1.  Salt  pipe.  and hoi waler will lhaw a frozen drain  Salt added to snow makes lhc niixtutflVhUich  colder.  O.K.  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Doriiin-  ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberla, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and. a portion  of lhc Province of British Columbia,  may be leased lor a.tcrmof twenty-  one years'at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than '2560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must, be  made by the 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  Ihe-applicant^himseliV  C. P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound  10.-15 lv.     ���������������������������  11.18  11.34  11.49  12.15  13.03  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  ENDERBY  Armslrong  Vernon  Northbound  ar. 18.15  17.58  17.14  16.59  16'.30  15.45  13.25 ar.     Okanagan Ldg    lv.15.30  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  \j. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderbj>  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  Each application must bc accom-,  panied 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 thc mine  shall furnish the Agent with sworn  returns accounting for thc full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay they royally thereon:  If thc coal mining rights arc not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at 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  bc considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rate of  ������������������10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to lhc Secretary of  the 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  this advertisement wiil not be piiid  for.���������������������������83575.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  (Section 42)  NOTICE i.s hereby given that, 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.  1016.  LEOPOLD  H.  CONGREVE,  Applicant. ������
Thursday, November 23, 1916
Cyclist T. W. Robinson writes to the Enderby
Trench Comfort Club: "Please accept my most
sincere thanks for parcel of tobacco received
from you a few days ago. It certainly vyas a
pleasant surprise to me, and thc opportunity to
have a whitcman's smoke once more compared
favorably with thc varying moods of thc army
issue tobacco. I am sorry I was not able to write
sooner, but this life is not exactly conducive to
letter writing, and alloted periods for this are not
included in the King's rules and regulations, but it
would be a poor soldier who could not find some
few minutes to show his appreciation in some way
of the kindness of the home-town folksi It is such
acts as these that make us all the keener to do our
best out here for the great cause, and 'unity is
strength,' so if we all pull together it is the best
and quickest way to achieve our one and only aim,
wc doing our duty here and those at home making
it more comfortable by remembering us, so deprived of home comforts. I have bumped into
quite a number of the Enderby and Mara boys out
here, sometimes with a chance of a few minutes'
chat and sometimes just a 'halloo' and a passing
nod. Our chats mostly take the form of raking
up memories of past good times, and making ar-
rangments for others of the same in the future.
Hardly anything is said of the war���������in-fact, we do
our best to try to forget it. Our boys have certainly done some good work lately, but loss of life
is too heavy; ambulances return from the line one
after the other full up, and every few .hundred
yards is a row of little wooden crosses. . Itneeds
strong imagination "to forget there is-a war/on
even when out of range of the guns. ... I used
lo think I knew what 'mud' was, but find one.has
to live in it to really discover what the word conveys practically:
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,rWe all remember how the chartered banks of
Canada gave liberally to the Canadian Patriotic
Fund the first year of the war. Perhaps.they are
continuing to give. We all remember, too, how
the rate of interest on short-term loans jumped
from 7 per cent to 8 and 9 per cent, and there was
a general reduction in the bank staffsto make up
the amounts given for patriotic purposes. A similar policy was followed all along the line, arid now
tlie Toronto World asks: "Does the Ottawa Government intend to stop the. wholesale gambling in
wheat? Are the bucket-shops to run with impunity, and are the telegraph and telephone companies to carry ,their messages ?   Are, men tto, be
allowed to combine for the purpose of unduly enhancing the prices of flour, wheat and bread? Are
cattle to be exported if there be not enough meat
in the countrv to feed our own people? Are thc
combinesters'to raise the price of beef and bacon
at will? Are they to use the cold storage facilities
of the country to create an artificial scarcity of
food, and then demand famine prices? Are greedy
and unscrupulous men posing as patriotic citizens
to inflict on Canada all thc hardships that the
British blockade has inflicted upon the people of
Germany? Can these men buy immunity from
prosecution by contributing to party funds or escape thc scourge of public indignation by giving a
Ismail percentage of their loot to patriotic funds?
Will sending a few socks or cigarettes to soldiers
atone for making thc wives and children of soldiers go through the coming winter half frozen
and half fed?"
Tell your wife about it
Flour may be $15 a barrel before
April 1st. . , ,
The bigger a man the less his
wife neeed be afraid of him.
Girls sometimes flirt with homely
men merely from force of habit.  ���������
At 94 years of age a Colorado
Springs man has. taken his fifth
Even the chicken-hearted man
The woman who wants swinging
doors should know the ins and
outs of her kitchen.
The soldiers at the front declare
it is the women of the Empire who
are winning the war.
A Texas farmer shot his wife and
killed himself after a quarrel over
the proceeds of the sale of a hog. *
A man 100 years old at East Meadows, L.I., recently had his wife,
: ged 90, arrested for cutting him
with a knife.
Because a young married woman
has a friend come to spend a few
days with her is no leason thc occasion should be referrel to as a
Louse party.
A pioneer in journalism and advertising once said: "Patronize the
advertisier. He shows his faith in
his goods; he sells by the cheapest
route���������the printer's ink way; he
proves that he expects to sell upon
merit and not pull, for he is building for the future and not alone for
the immediate order."
While a Maryland woman with her
two daughters was taking her intoxicated son home, the youth fell
into,a canal. The mother plunged
in to save him and both drowned.
Peck-a-boo waists, stripped stockings, short skirts and powdered
faces, will no longer be tolerated
amoni? their women employees in
the offices of many of the large in-
-suranGe^companies=.of_thelEast.= '
The other day before a commission sitting in
Chicago to hear evidence relating to. thc high cost
of living, eight men were said to control the egg
supply of that city, which influences the prices all
over thc country. Their holdings were given as
over. 1,250,000 cases. Much of the evidence put
before the commission naturally applied to conditions there existing, but thc general facts relating to the manipulations of the middleman are
as applicable here in British Columbia as there in
Chicago. Henry D. Cogland, a Chicago lawyer,
who owns and operates a fruit and poultry farm
near Benton Harbor, Mich., gave some startling
facts to the commission.,
"I want to speak for the farmers," said he.
"This whole question of high prices is one of thc
combinations underlying. The middleman gets.
the money and the farmer gets less and less for
his produce each year. I have found that half a
dozen big operators control through trained
agents the poultry and egg business of the whole
United States. When the Michigan farmer ships
to South Water street he gets the so-called market
price, the price a pound, for his poultry regardless
of the fact that it may be fancy stock. For instance, a month ago that price was 14 to 17 cents
a pound. The same fowls were then 'regraded'
by the commission men as spring chickens, pullets and hens, and sold at fancy prices. If the
farmer graded them the same Way he would not
get any higher price. Before you have anything
like "just prices to,the farmer or the1 consumer you
have got to show up the commission man, who,
deceives his clients and buys their produce on his
own account instead of acting as their agent."
According to a"' comparative" report of the weather conditions for
October,-1915 and -1916, compiled
by Mr. Kenny, local weather clerk,
the month just, closed showed 18
clear days/against 7 for the same
month a year ago; "Eleven ' days
were part clear as compared to 15
for 1915, and only 2 were cloudy
against 9 for October, last year. The
nights, however, for, the past month
were colder than for the same
month a vear ago, there being, a difference of 252 degrees in the total
minimum temperature for the same
month in the two years. The rainfall for October, .1915, was 1.19
while that for last mbneh was only
.20. Following are.' the daily recordings for October, 1916:
A well-brought-up, pretty 20-
year-old girl in the East recently
offered to marry any man with an
income of over $50 a week who
would be kind to her and provide
for herself and her mother, and received 100 offers the next day.
A woman known as "The Diamond Queen of Chicago," who disappeared over. 12 ycars ago after
having given away over $300,000 to
charities, was recently found living
thc life of a recluse in poverty. She
declared "I haven't enough now to
buy a music-box."
A clergyman had taught an old
man in his parish to read, and
found him an apt pupil. When he
called at the cottage some time later
onlv the wife was at home.
"How's John ?" he asked.
"Very well/thank you."
"I suppose he can read the Bible
comfortably now?"
"Bible, sir? Bless you, he was
out of the Bible and into the sporting papers long ago." _^^_^
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lowest prices.
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He Likes It
Here's a wireless from a soldier
poet:' *
Tobacco is a dairty weed,
I like it.
It satisfies no normal need,
.    I like it.
It makes you thin, it makes you lean
It takes the hair right off your bean,
It's the worst darn stuff I've ever
I like it.	
President Wilson's majority in
the electoral college is now placed
at 27. He received a majority of
something over 400,000 of thc popular vote.
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Robt. Airth, Corporal
S. Allcorn
Edgar L. Bawtree
Henry Arnold Bogert
Victor Bogert
Albert Butler
J. Irwin Beatty
Arden Bush
Elmer Black . .....
George Bucknell ��������� ���������
John Breedon -; <.c_iJ.:_T
Fred Breedon <.__
Hugh Bowers ., _*:;__.-_
H. E. Blanchard . ::
Rein Brown
Alt'. Castle
Charlie Castle
"Robert Chadwick
E. H. Crawford, Lieutenant
A. F. Crossman, Lieutenant
Geo. Calder
E. J. Corpe
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. Geight
Fred. Griffith
Robert Grasset
J. Hallmark
Colin Oliver Harvey, Lieutenant
J. C Hennikcr, Lieut.-Colonel
H. E. C. Harris
John M. Hatcher
E. B. Huffman
H. Hilliard
Roy Hutchison
C. Houldsworth
Fred A. Johnson
��������� Steven A. Knight
H. H. Kenny
Percy LaRoy
Patrick K.Mowat
James Jasper Mowat
George Mason      **"*
B. Mack -
Leslie W.'Mackay fc --" -/..
James J. Martyn   ������������������
Albert Matthews '
Charles Murdoch, '   ^   -   -'���������
���������John David McMahon   .
.Rov. McLeod
C.F. Oland *  ,
J. E. Paccy ** -     -     ,/
Cecil G. Piper     c
L. Proctor , _,
Harry A. Preston ^_
L. B. Plumbly, Lieutenant
James Pound
- W. A. Russell
Rev. C. Reed, Chaplain
Killed in Action
Pte. Albert Matthews
Corporal R. O. Stewart
Pte. John M. Hatcher
Pte. Rein Brown .. .
Pte.1 Harry Skyrme
Lieut. R. Bazeley
Pte. H. Ellis Long       ,      ,  .
Pte. John Groves, (
Pte. C. Houldsworth
Colin Oliver Harvey. Lieutenant
Rev. C Reed
James Wynne
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E. Rogers r..,.
Samuel E. Roberts
Tom Robinson ii
Arthur Rootham ;<
Harry Strickland
Kenneth Strickland
R. O. Stewart, Corporal
Charles Twigg
Harold Taylor
Robert Woodhousc
Elwin Wheeler
Thos. Wilkinson, Lieutenant
John White
John Warwick, Sergeant
Robt. Wilson
Garnet Walker.
James Wynne
H. Ellis Young
Capt. J. H. G. Baird
Capt. Chas. H. Thompson
Capt. Wynne Jones
Capt. Godfrey Fowler
Lieut. Stanley*Wilkinson
Corp. James Haynes
W. G. Allen '     ..
/George Ferris        '
John Ashton >     . ' S
���������Joe Simard is
Rudolph Simard ���������   2
Emit Peters
Fred. J. Kemp
'Geo. D. McEwen
.{Gerald A. Neve
Wm. Peacock
P. Peacock
G. R. Salt
'Maurice Salt
Fred Dysart
Ted Dysart
"Disney Poole
W. Poole
Harry Skyrme
George Archibald
Frank Russell
Frank Dondoneau
Fred Dondoneau
Jeffrey Smiley
James Jamieson
Bernard Rosoman
MARA    _
John Langdon; -MajorJ
Stanley "Richardson, Lieutenant
.;Fred White, Lieutenant
M. A. Bucknell, Lieutenant
-,W-. H.'Ahier, Sergeant ,:   ,      -
'Harry Cocll, Lance Corporal   V
'? James Oliver '-   V .
,Richard Groves     '_-���������-'-"���������  V,
������ John Groves.'    "      ���������_  . ' w, ..
.. G. Wi Patersori
, Walter -Robinson . * *; .;,      *   :
' Sergeant Ferguson \"   '-���������"'-    ,   y
Lieut. R. Bazeley r  -    '
. A. O. Holland   .
Arthur Zettergreen
Andrew Zettergreen
Nels Zcttergreen
Thos. W. Robinson -t .   -
James F. Massey    *      ,
Reported Wounded
Serfct. Jno. Warwick
A G. Zettergreen
Pte. James M. Jamieson
S.ergt Kenneth Glenn
George McEwen
Lieut. A. V.Evans
I Capt. J. H. G. Baird
Prisoner of War
Lieut. A. F. Crossman
Pte. Fred Breedon
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Howard  Logan, Lieutenant
Wm. J. Hatcher, Lieutenant
F. H. Barnes, R. Q.-M. Sergeant
Jas. C. English, Sergeant
Laurie Long ^
James Baird
Geo. G. Warwick, Lieutenant
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Thc 6th Field Company Canadian
Engineers, whose headquarters are
at North Vancouver, arc offering a
splendid opportunity to the handy
man. Carpenters, miners, wheelwrights, fitters, plumbers, electricians, etc., also handy men without
cxpcricnc, in fact, any men with
ambition to succeed and learn a
trade are wanted. They should
communicate with the Recruiting
Office, and get to know of the advantages open to those joining this
section of thc forces. Write Officer
Commanding, 6th Field Co., Canadian  Engineers,  North  Vancouver.
For yoorGaulintor CoilOil instead of Laky WMdeaOac*
43 Imp. Gil. Galvanized Barrel, $5.50
Enderby Lod������������ No. 40
Regular, meeting* fint
Thursday on or after the
full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Yi������itta������
brethren cordially invited
Write for
particulars to
No. 35. K. of P.
Meeta every Mondny evening
In K. of P. Hall.   Visitor* cordially invited to attend.
W. G. PBLL.C. C.
Hall suitable ferConcerta, Dance* and all public
entertainments.    For rates, etc.. address,
 F. FRAVEL. Enderby
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.
WANTED���������Industrious men who
can earn ������100.00 per month and expenses selling our products to farmers. Must have some means for
starting expenses and furnish contract, signed bv two responsible
men. Address The W. T. Rawleigh
Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, Man., giving
age, occupation and rcfeienccs.   2t - rs  ''%4  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, November 23, 1916  RED TAPE MINING  .* ...The ' Galena.' Farm, at Silverton,  in the Slocan, is earning $25,000  net monthly. Some 12 or M years  ago this property was owned by a  British syndicate and, like many  another in Brilish Columbia at that  lime, was managed from London.  The'ore lies in a "blanket" ledge,  and when lhe ledge was worked  Ih rough by a shaft, instead of slaying with lhe ore, the orders were  cabled from London I'or thc miners  to "go 200 feet" in a certain direction "and sink." The.v did. so, ancl  from lhat day until Ihe properly  was picked ,up by American mining  men some*months ago, not a pound  of ore was shipped from it. Today  il is one of lhe big producers of the  Slocan. ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������'  UEUTSCHLANDoIIELD UP  Some nighls ago while the German sub merchantman was being  convoyed lo the open sea on her  return voyage lo Bremen," the convoy lug was swept acioss her bow  by an eddy and the submarine cut  by an eddy and a collision occurred  in which ihe tug and her crew were  sent to the bottom. The Dculscli-  land returned to New .'London for  repairs, andnow she is lied up in  a libel action brought-by the--owners * of the tug and relatives of the  men who were lost with the tug.  The company owning the Dculsch-  land must, put up bonds for $212,<-  000 before thc boat will be allowed  to get away.  FUR PRICES HIGH  ceited youngster   If we turn a deaf [  ear or ridicule the offer we shall j  hear that Germany's bad conscience |  has made us afraid to sland before j  a  judge���������������������������that   Germany's  rapacity;  dreads   that   a  just  judgment  will!  pull down the barriers.    If blind- j  ness started the world conflagration j  and mistrust let loose the furies, the j  verdict of a tribunal must end thc j'  mad   outburst.    The  guilt   can   be j  clearly proved and only on thc head f  of  ruling  persons and  not in the  wish or desire of the people who  were startled  one morning by thc  news   that   danger   threatened   the  home, hearth and family, and who  have since then succumbed to the  frenzy of war.   In that case let thc  ministers light out the feud as the  three   Moratii   and   Curiatii   settled  the quarrel hclwecn Home and Alba  Longa.    Let your manhood  return  from the bloody field to peace, and  let them dclibernleTirsl with the old  men of their own people and then  with the trusted representatives of  their  enemies  of  yesterday" as  to  how the deep wound on the breast  of mankind can be healed."  Harden believes that an understanding concerning preparedness  for. defence and concerning constitutional questions will be easily  possible after the horrors already  experienced, and he also believes  that the peonlc would soon resume  their normal conditions. Me says  thai many people are pointing lo  the Pope as being an independent  and impartial tribunal to whom Viscount Grey would bc willing to entrust the office of arbitrator.  A. B. Shubert, president of A. B.  Shubert, Inc., Chicago, the largest  house in the world dealing exclusively in American raw furs, is authority i'or lhe slalemenl lhal the  future is bright I'or the fur trapper  of lhis country, and lhat he will receive extremely high prices i'orhis  fur catch this winter. If the war  should cease and the markets'of the  world are opened to our Norlh  American furs, it. is no. idle dream  lo say that all previous high prices  for American furs would be far  eclipsed.  URGE GREY'S OFFER BE TAKEN  -Maxmilian Harden, in an article  entitled 'Preliminary Examination',  obviously suggested by Viscount  Grey's speech of a week ago, says  that'Germany stands to gain rather  than to lose by enquiring seriously  whether the time has nol come for  a change of her war policy and a  modification of Avar aims.  "Listen!" says lie, "ft is a statesman   who  speaks  and   not  a   con-   returning veterans."  Urges Follow Canada's Example  The London Daily Chronicle, the  leading Liberal journal of the Imperial capital, gives prominent  place in its- issue of Ocl. 4th, to a  lengthy appreciation of Canada's  method of restoring disabled soldiers to active and self-supporting  citizenship, and the writer, J. Saxon  Mills, goes so far as to suggest that  the Mother Country in dealing with  this problem might follow the example of the Dominion. Aflcr  giving in detail the general character of the work, the writer concludes: "What I wish especially io  emphasize is that at all these hospitals, schools arc held where training of an elementary and non-  vocational character is given in  English. French, mechanical drawing, arithmetic, Avocd-carving. elc.  These classes* are open to ail inmates, whether they are able io return to their former occupations or  not. Bul, from these homes' and  hospitals, the men who arc not so  able can lie sent on. after they have  been pensioned and discharged, "to  technical institutions, agricultural  colleges, schools of telegraphy, etc.,  where they can be taught new occupations which lhcir disablement  does "not prevent them from following. Ancl lhis is nol all, for the  Federal Military Hospitals Commission, has laken'upon itself the duty  of finding work and wages for lhc  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.  AH Fancy China at cost.  J 17   fD A MC   Enderby Music Store  . IL. I^KAilEi,      Enderby, B.C.  i  NOW RESORTING TO PRAYER  A London dispatch says: "Londoners were surprised on Thursday  morning to observe thc walls all  over the city covered with huge  ollicial posters* exhorting Englishmen to pray daily for their country,  I'or their sailors and their soldiers.  Admiral Beatty's words are displayed prominently: 'Until a religious revival takes place at home,  so long will the war continue' They  are followed by Gen. Sir Wm. Robertson's message: 'A serious determination on thc part of the nation  lo seek Divine help would undoubtedly furnish valuable help to our  soldiers ancl sailors." The poster  ends with the following words  printed in large type: 'Will you join  those who, every day at noon, and  at the family prayers al home, pray  for our country, our sailors and our  soldiers?'"  Selig's Masterpiece  <w  "Worth malting a noise abort  At the outbreak of the war Can- 1014, lo. ������������������738,169,000 on March 31,  ada had only four permanent mill- lfJKi.  Viryjiiiils of less Uian 2500 me/i. j'|lc manufacture for lhe Allies of  When the call lo arms came, in l^xlnunrtTonslti'llfeTimounroraSOiOOO;-  Ihrn six weeks she had 33,000 men ���������������������������00 per monlh, and the creation of  armed, equipped and sent overseas. ,|0()   ^dories   in   Canada   for   this  Canada has .i;>0,();*0 men now re- purpose  miili'd up to date out of 500i 000 to (;    ; [   ,      ���������������������������    ,    ,      . ,     , ,.  ",'"    ii!'",     I,      1, in II* world lodav. Also separation  :,li'  m   -   ��������������������������� allowances for wives and children  aled at  IJM ,000. ,,,��������������������������� c���������������������������, ,.u M11  'Iwo hundred and filt;>  thousand  uu'ii sent overseas without the loss  WINTER HARDWARE  Logging tools, boys' sleds, skates  ancl hockey sticks arc.now the seas-  onable goods.in.our linc... Wc.carry  the best goods and lhc largest stock,  and sell at the lowest prices. Wc  are al:;o plumbing and heating engineers, and can make anything to  order in lin, copper or sheet iron.  Send vour mail orders to��������������������������� ,  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  From Rex Beach's Book  a single life while in transport.  A total of $.11111,000,000 already  raised I'or war purposes, with another domestic loan of ������������������100,000,000  lo be called for al once.  Savings banks deposits increasing   from   s(i!)i),3!)!),000   in   August,  oi soldiers on active duty.  Private donations lo lhe amount  of ������������������30,000,000 to the Patriotic Fund,  Belgian Belief Fund, the Bed Cross,  and olher funds.  l-'ifly millions per year in new  taxes���������������������������and this without pulling a  dirccl lax upon any of lhe necessaries of life.  Our Car of Groceries has Arrived  It contains Ihe best on the market of everything you will requir-;  for your Christmas Cooking. The prices, too, are the same as charged  for inferior goods.  Gold Bar Raisins, seeded and seedless.  Blenched Sultanas.  Currants, Dates, Pigs ancl Pure Spices and Extracts.  Mr. Rancher  We have all kinds of Feed in stock.    Do you  know  the  value of  BICE SHORTS I'or fattening?    Trya sack. Same price as Wheal Shorts.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  This way,  Men, when  you require  heavy sox,  overshoes,  rubbers, etc.  for Winterwear.  Let us supply your Grocery  needs. Our stock is fresh  ancl the best brands.  Try a side of our Home-cured  Bacon���������������������������fresh and delicious  in flavor.  W. J. Woods  IN NINE REELS  The most wonderful story  ever filmed, picturing- the  rugged romance of virile  manhood in Alaska; strong  men battling for supreme  acy and a fortune in a mine  Enderby    Opera    House  Friday, Nov. 24  Admission  DON'T MISS IT!  50c_25c  RECRUITS WANTED!  BY THE 30th REGIMENT OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  HORSE  FOR HOME SERVICE  The rate of pav is $1.00 per clay and 10c per day Field, Allowance, also  a subsistance allowance of 45c per day tq the dependents of those  enlisting. ,  This is a splendid opportunity for anyone not medically fit for  Overseas Service, and'wanting to do their bit: Three squares a day,  good clothes and very little work.        ,..���������������������������������������������,���������������������������      .,     . ..  ,    ,  For further particulars apply to Lieut. G. G. Warwick, -Adjutant  30lh 13. C. Horse, Vernon, B.C.


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