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 \  4  **&$&$  Enderby, B. C, December 21, 1916  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 9; No. 43; .Whole No. 463  *sl  .-Jl  -f il  City Council in a Quandry as to  Assessor Johnson and His Salary  There was an interesting session,S. Teccc, refund  32.(57  of the City Council Monday evening,!Okanagan Saw Mills, 101.04  chair and *��������������������������� til"rncr' wa8M *' " J'Z?  with the Mayor in thc  Aldermen Sharpe, Nichol and Fravel around the table. Thc chief interest centred like a halo about the  head of Assessor Johnson. It seems  that a few weeks ago, when thc assessor took up the work of making  the 1917 assessment, hc asked the  City" Council for a raise in salary.  Last year Mr. Johnson was paid the  jJuin of $105 for the work, it being  pointed out that, as there were a  number of discrepencies in thc old  - ^"assessment, it would be necessary  for him to do a great deal of travcl-  ,- ling over properties in order to define the boundaries more conectly  V and at the same lime rectify the old  *   assessment in the matter of values.  V It was then,considered that the increase -from $125"to $165 for the  - Jvyorkywas for. last season biily,>nd;  -y.Iso***' when   Mr.: Johnston" .this  year  , yyaske(l J'or^any-incrcasej- the , Mayoi  >W aiicif aldcrni'en ,'discussed ."the, matter'  ^Vprpfandj.^  ~ take $100'as,the poiiit to raise from  and made; the salary $125. Mr.  Johnson, on the other hand, considered that last year's salary of $165  was the starting point for the raise.  '."When the Council made the salary  ' this year $125, Mr. Johnson took it  as a quiet hint that the Council did  not require his services, and so he  did not proceed wilh lhc assessing  for 1917, which should now bc well  " underway. Mr. Johnson appeared  before thc Council Monday evening  and explained his position. He did  not feel disposed lo resign the ollice  and would not do the work of assessing at the iigure set.' -He would  R. Jones   ���������������������������  13.75  G. Rosoman, cash disburse. . 8.01  Okanagan Saw Mills, lumber. 37.53  The Walker Press, Sept. Oct.  and Nov. accts  29.25  J. F. Fiavcl, exp.  ..........    6.95  li.  C. Anti-Tuberculosis  Soc.  poor relief  ~... . 152.50  T. Kneale, wages-  45.00  F. T. Turner, wages  34.91  F. II. Hawes, salary  39.00  George Rands, lights  40.00  J. C. i Dagg, wages      2.40  Fulton Hardware Co 22.76  Fnderby Hardware Co     1.60  T. Kneale, wages    26.70  G. Rosoman, cash disb     6.85  any subscriber of the local telephone, thc local company could not  permit a phone to bc installed to be  used in calling local subscribers lo  thc Government line, thus cutting  out business i'or the local company,  and agreeing* to inslal the phone  provided Mrs. Harvey would give  assurrance to the company,that the  phone was to be for her own personal and business use.  It was decided that the City could  not interfere to force the company  to inslal a.phone under thc circumstances. -  News Notes of Enderby and District  Briefly Told -for Busy Readers  Okanagan Sasv Mills 02  A. Reeves, stationery      3.45  Chas. Hawkins, wages     9.20  H. P,. Jaquest, wages        4.00  Fulton Hardware Co.       5.46  E.-E. Harvey, stamps   10.00  Okanagan Telephone*Co.,....'    6.80  Okanagan Telephone Co.'.-...-  6.25-  Okanagan-Telephone Co. . .V. " 7.75.  A. C. Skaling, legal charges.. 26.16,  Enderbv- Hardware. Co.   :.. .*: 13.34  A. C. Skaling, commissions ���������������������������:.. 16.18-  H.VW."Keith, .fees;*.. f.vV:., ;V 5.00  SETTLED OUT OF COURT  Judge Swanson pushed a case out  of court in Vernon this week, and  induced , a, settcment which is of  some local interest.* About a year  ago, or perhaps more, Vic Poison  struck Jack Lucas on the nose .and  very seriously injured that organ.  The"case was heard'before lilagis-  fiate Rosoman "at the time, but.no  fine-was -imposed as .'a- settlement  was announced' out*.o'fJcourt.../The  case -was;not heard of again; until;  -��������������������������� tnis*\yeck;- when it was;,tq,"con}euip  A letter was read from the. Okanagan Telephone'Company .to Mrs.  E. E., Harvey-in .which the company requested to .know if it was  the intention of Mrs.' Harvey to use  the telephone she had requested to.  be installed in the rear of ihe post  ollice in calling subscribers to the  government long distance telephone  which had recently been installed  in the same building, and stating  that as. the Government and the  local telephone company, had an  agreement.governing a-toll charge  which would give the Government  tor .for Mr. Lucas, and Mr. Ladncr,  of, Vernon,  acted   for Mr.  Poison.  When  Judge   Swanson   heard  the  merits of- the case he advised the  young men lo "settle the matter out  of court. ' The_ settlement involved  two lots in the Poison subdivision  which   were   turned   over  lo.-Mr.;  Lucas,  together with  a small cash  consideration,  and   the  defendant  undertook to pay the legal costs in  thc case. **  Jack Harvey ahd Jack Winter arc  home from the coast for the Christmas holidays.  . Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Skaling leave  today for Vancouver where they  will spend Christmas.  Manager Hardy, of the Stepney  ranch, left for thc coast on Saturday on a business trip.  These are the days when each of  Any ladies having Red Cross  work will kindly bring in as soon  as possible, as another shipment is  to. be made to headquarters. ;  ���������������������������Miss Mulvaugh, of Lansdowne,  Ont.', has been visiting her 'aunt,  Mrs.Xandon, thc past week or two,  greatly enjoying the mild winter  weather of thc favored Okanagan.  School Inspector Anstey paid his  Si  us should profit more by examining' official visit to the Enderby school  carefully     our     own     prejudices  rather than those of other men.  Mr. A. B. Noble,* of Vancouver,  spent a few days with his son and  daughter, Mr. and A. C. Skaling, last  ���������������������������week, on his return, from Winnipeg.  The Tobacco Fund whist drive in  K. of P. Hall last Friday "evening  proved the usual success, both in  poii tof entertainment and net'results. '--, - *.y /v s. < -_ -. -���������������������������;7s v  . v ;I|VSanta. Clausecouhl tuck:;world  .peace ih'the stocking of the .nations  .lit /war.Vw^  T.   M.   Lewis,   of  the* Okanagan  Saw Mills, is on a business trip to  telephone system  connection  with 1 thc coast.  to the Anglican' Church;'yKa'ml66p������������������,  and'has accepted, he and Mrs: Reed  leaving Tor their new field late in  January.' .' * *      ���������������������������' ���������������������������  Pte. J. D. Tompkins is expected  to "return from France in thc .near  future, Mrs. Tompkins* having' received word some days ago'that'he  was lo start homeward overseas.  Mr. Cowan contemplates* giving  up his ranch for a lime o*\ying to  ill health, and will place thc property in the hands of Mr. and Mrs.  Burlon, Salmon Arm Boad, who intend to take it over early in the  New Year.  this week, and is pleased to report  that he finds an excellent spirit.existing and all, thc rooms showing  advancement. .-.'������������������������������������������������������-  The school population of Penticton-has made rapid growth the  past year, the increase being about  25 per, cent. Principal Calder will  have ten.rooms under him with the;  6penihg;of the new.term. . 'Y\',-/Y>'  .} Next-* Sabbath;cvcnihg,i-Christinasv~;  *  ������������������~ -  H-  V  ������������������*���������������������������������������������  _,*-  i*:--Jr?,45*  !*5  ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������&  .-'-!''���������������������������*^  prs.  *?  ���������������������������WW  wail to be "fired."   And he expected i_  to receive 30 days' notice and salary.  up to the time of dismissal at the!  =iWeVJ5^itriiBt"ycar.  It was moved by Aid. Sharpe and  Aid. Nichol that thc salary of assessor be made the same as last year.  This motion failed to carry, Mayor  Hi-  o  ~Men-and^Mngs-a^  ���������������������������__  While it is, perhaps, loo much to expect Hint  anything approaching immediate peace is likely  lo come irom thc Central Powers' offer of peace,  there can bc no doubt that thc movement I'or  peace���������������������������world peace���������������������������has been started. After the  storm of passion is spent, and the mental horizon  clears, thc men of England and her allies will  soberly, sanely view the oiler now made. It may  not be this monlh, it may not be next, but the time  is approaching, and is not far distant. It cannot  be avoided. Perhaps the Entente Powers will not  directly agree to open peace parleys. It is too  much to hope that they should, lt is doubtless the  last thing Germany and her allies expect them to  do. But they cannot refuse to consider the peace  offer. To do so would turn the world against  them. They will probably refuse to accept the  condilions proposed by the Central Powers, and  may submit other conditions which'will bc as un-  Dill c: d Aid.' Fravel voting "no."  Here the matter was allowed lo  rest. The Council did not appear  to be pleased with the prospect of  having to dispose of Assessor Johnson and get another man, and the  assessor not feeling disposed to proceed with the assessing.  A resolution from the Penticton  Board of Trade was read relating lo  the proposed changing of the route  of the trans-provincial highway,  and urging the Council to endorse  the proposed change which would  bring the road to Penticton. The  matter was laid on the table to wait  information from the Provincial Department of Public Works on the  question of route, etc.  The services of F. I-I. Hawes were  continued for another year to make  the readings of the Government  guage on Brash's creek, at t'he-same  salary as that of the past year.  The statutory resolution was put  through for holding of municipal  elections and taking vote on weekly  half-holiday.  The finance committee reported  on the following accounts which  were ordered paid:  S. Inch, refund  $ 4.05  F. T. Turner, wages   12.00  E. E. Harvey, postage    10.00  Wm. Wcll.% wages      0.00  ProxS 1^.73'Germany^ Germany could as reasonably reply I place us upon less assailable ground.  acceptable to the enemy powers as their condi  lions arc'to thc Entente Powers. Fighting may  continue another year. The military leaders of  England and France may wish lo make another  supreme effort to break thc German line in the  West. The. military leaders of Germany arc  doubtless as anxious to press home the signal  victory gained over thc Rumanian-Russian forces  on the Eastern front. But the civil population of  the fighting countries, as well as of thc rest of  the world, are calling louder each day for a return to sanity. They want to know definitely  what the leaders in the warring nations are fighting for���������������������������what they hope to gain through continuance of the slaughter. If England and her allies  declare that the world shall nol" have peace until  they have utterly destroyed the "militarism" oi leaders will modify these demands, which would  that peace shall not come until British "navalism"  is utterly destroyed. Thc naval power of Britain  is her life; to give it up would mean invasion by  her jealous neighbors. The military power of  Germany is her life; to give it up would mean  invasion by her jealous neighbors. Thc relinquishment of "militarism" by Germany means no  more and no less than the relinquishment of  "navalism" by Britain. These will unquestionably be the stumbling blocks lhal early peace negotiations will 'fail upon. .Only by taking a world-  view of themselves as well as of lhc opposition  can cither of the contending leaders grasp thc  situation aright. And until they do this���������������������������measuring up to the bigness of the problems facing them  ���������������������������there can be little hope that lhcy will reach  anything approaching a settlement, or world  peace. Certainly not so long as German militarism  is looked upon*as a weapon.of war for Germany  alone, or British navalism is considered a weapon  of war for England alone.  Hon. Lloyd George has a tremendous problem  facing him. He cannot turn down the peace offer  without incurring opposition from many quarters, which would mean help to the enemy; and  hc cannol reduce the terms of peace heretofore  stated by our leaders without apparent weakness  though it would be no weakness in fact. Our  leaders have, in the past, staled lhal wc must fight  until world-peace is assured; and in the. same  breath they have declared to thc world that they  intend to carry on a commercial war more desperate even than the war in arms. On the face of  il, they were either nol entirely sincere in thc first  statement, or were unwise in making the "war  after the war" declaration.    Perhaps  the  new  has been, offered the -.position^ of-; S  head miller in.a large flouring mill./.  They expect to leave the first.week ,<"  in'Januaiy. .'���������������������������-.. V  ���������������������������  Enderbyites. who  missed   seeing  "the Girl Hc,Couldn't Buy" Company at the Opera House missed on>  of the best put on comedy dramas  that has been enjoyed here for.a,  long time. Each character was well   "  taken and the company gave entire -  satisfaction.  The day following thc offer of  peace saw a drop of 12 and 11  cents in the price of December nncK-  May wheat on the Winnipeg mar:  ket. A revival in thc price has since  -becn=experienced7=-which=indicates=^=  that thc war will go on for some  months yet.  ���������������������������All this talk of further economy,  one meatless day a week, discarding silk socks, etc., etc., doesn't  worry thc newspaper fraternity to  'any extent. Wc have given those  things up so long ago that we have  almost forgotten what they look  like or feel like.  They have adopted the centralized idea in the little town of New  Denver in patriotic matters,'* having  what they call the New Denver Patriotic Club, which raised a total of  $1,736 this year, which was divided  between the Bed Cross, Patriotic  Fund, Belgium Belief Fund and in  gifts'to the soldiers.  Last week a sensation was created at Westbank by thc mysterious  disappearance of J. Dobbin, a resident 86 years of age. He disappeared from the home during the  nighl, and, though the Provincial  police put Indians in the hills lo  aid them in searching, no trace of  the aged wanderer \vas found. It  is feared he became lost in the hills  near by and possibly may have  suffered  death   from   exposure.  It isn't fair. Those Germans arc  now running "tanks" on (he Rumanian war fronl which they say  arc 25 feet long and can gel over  the ground at the rale of 25 miles  an hour.  LOST���������������������������Steers, red & white mouly.  and blue & white; 18 monlh old.  fl. Andrews, Norlh Enderby     31 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 21,1916  SIR ROBERT BORDEN AT THE COAST  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M     WAI.KKR  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby.   B. C.  at  .$2  Walker   Pre.-*.  I>er   year,   by   the  Advertising  Rale.-;:   TniMsient.  50c an inch first.insertion.  2uc each subsequent insertion.    Contract :ulvem.<ing-, SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, DECEMB_.r!_7"19hT~  TRYING TO BREAK SATURDAY HOLIDAY  Slrenuous efforts tire being made ul lhc coast  cilics lo break llie Saturday hall-holiday, and  force a mid-week half-day off.;   The merchanls  Canada's Prime Minister has been visiting lhc  coast  cilics,   Vancouver and Victoria,   llie past  week in thc inleresl of National Service, and at  Ihcse points he made speeches of notable importance, inspiring his hearers wilh faith in the great  undertaking which  the .Government has shouldered���������������������������thai* of  formulating  plans   thai  will  in  some measure provide I'or those readjustments in  our national life necessary for the maintenance  ! of the agricullural and other basic industries of  | the Dominion, at lhal high ��������������������������� point of production  land efficiency so absolutely essential to tlie successful prosecution of the Avar, while continuing  | unimpaired, the indispensable.public services of  ; the country.  Thc first week of the New Year is to be observed throughout Canada as "National Service  Week," when it is intended lo lake an inventory  of the manpower of" the Dominion. A vigorous  and united effort, extending over this first, week  in U)17, is necessary to insure the desired result.  These points were driven home to his hearers by  Premier Borden, and he asked every man lo use  his influence lo see lhal his community did not  lag in forwarding to the National Service Department the��������������������������� information asked for on lhe National  Service cards which arc lo be placed in thc hands  of ..every.,man between lhc ages of 16 and 65.  Speaking with regard to the war Sir Robert  Borden said:  "There is some discussion outside the Allied nations  as lo thcpossibiljly of peace. There was no thought  of war in lhe maids of the people of Canada. We  were  engrossed   wilh   our  own   affairs,   perhaps  absorbed   in   material   considerations   and  too  the  development*of a greal counlry. The Canadians are a  peaceable, people. Our Empire had no thought of aggression. *V\'e, as one of the dominions of the Empire,  have no thought of aggression, bul we have proved in  this Avar to tlie Germans who said in their many books  thai the overseas dominions were a negligible quantity,  we.-..have.':proved, i say, that if lhe people of the Dominion" arc ���������������������������'���������������������������peaceable, ihey are of no decadent race,  and are prepared to iigh'l lo the death for a cause  that' is just and righteous. And so far as peace is  concerned, while lhe people of this counlry are naturally desirous iiial ihe war should end, they say lhat ii  wiil.no'i end until the purpose for which il was undertaken has been-fuily accomplished."  EXPORT TRADE IN APPLES  Manager  Jackson, of the Okanagan United  Growers, estimates that the shipments of fruit  and farm produce this year from the Okanagan  will, run to aboul 3.500 cars, wilh a cash value of  iwii__    cl     iiuvi- w_v.iv    iiuii-vilI>     vril..-     .liivj-    iiiv.1 villein io I .     -     . ,    ,       ���������������������������,.   T���������������������������r\ i\t\i.        ri-i   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ,������������������   " - l'  of Vancouver and Victorki arc leading lhc Might,: ttPpr?X*"nnlnl?n^'/0-������������������,'f ������������������"   ,J h,,s l* ?^cl'%r ^.  and the clerks and labor element are working as = ������������������boul ^00,000 over the oulpu o! 1 )_o. Of tins  slvenuouslv lo prevent thc change being made*.!?1"?" :,]'1Gl'c lh"������������������ l^'������������������ cars h*vc bcc" pipped  This fight al the coast is being used bv the mer-i1^' ^ Okanagan Growers, an advance of 300 cars  chants V the interior lowns as an indication of oveivtl^ ^shipments oi last year, iherc was a  dissatisfaction with Saturday and an inducement I ^avy increase in apples,  the crop ol ^caches  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       "  Gull Boards- ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ...   5.00       "       "  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 13.00  No. 3 Cedar Bevel Siding ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15,00      "V"  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������derby  LOGGING TOOLS  Boys' Sleds, Skates and Hockey Sticks  are now the seasonable goods in our line. We carry the best goods  and the largest stock. We are also plumbing and heating engineers  and can make anything to order in tin, copper or sheet iron. . Send  your mail orders to���������������������������  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  ward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, L^3mmY  Enderby  ���������������������������������������������.'jwL������������������.ijjK������������������&.-**a'i:i*������������������:jtfqf iwmii ww  ,1*p.v^m**\* '���������������������������avTvn  ^br+S\**t+\~*������������������.T .  fEAFPERS-Cet "More Money"  for JWuskrat; Wolves. Mink, Foxes, Lynx, White Weasel,  Denver, and other Fur Uearers collected in your section  SHIP TOUR FURS DIKIiCT to "SHUBERT" lhe largest  house in (lie World dealing exclusively In NORTH AMERICAN RAW I'URS  a reliable���������������������������responsible���������������������������sate Pur House with an unblemished rep-.  mation existing tor "more than a third of a century,'' a lonjr successful record of sending FurShippers'pronipt. SATIS FACTORY  AND PROFITABLE returns. .Write for '"E!)c g>tjiilKrt j&liipptr." -  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  Write for it-NOW���������������������������if* FREE  AP QMITRFRT I������������������r- 25-27westaustin ave. .  . L������������������. pnu DtK 1, inc. DCptcii7CKicAGo. u;s.a.  (lie day throughout the Province. On lhal dav the; ., .       _        .  schools are closed, the banks arc closed, and all! ^Quebec am! Ontario.  public business is discontinued, for the hail* dav.j. lllc ,?Hl.P.ul ������������������', ^P^^-'^V1;1^ ^^'^f80'1'  Therefore, thev argue, it is the onlv dav on whidi ls-increasing-a the rale ol al least _00,()00 boxes  lo inaugurate" the wceklv half-holidav with any: l^r yeatyand the car shortage this season was a  possibilftv ol* making il" acceptable or populaiV^l-0"W,(^c"1- ^hj ������������������ some rcdiiclion luis been  The onlv real objection to the Saturday half-i^lcd;Jn ihe cost ��������������������������� handling the Irml al lhe  holidav which has been raised bv lhe coast cities,' Peking houses, this has been oilsel by lhc in-  has been on account ol' lhe wccklv Salurdav pav:^cd price ol material. i\lr. Jackson says that  dav. Thev argue lhal il* Ihev had a wceklv Friday! had l1^ S^"1 ���������������������������<>P been m> ��������������������������� ^ average this  pavdavall election lo the Salurdav half-holidav!p������������������y; the Okanagan would have experienced by  would disappear. Then why not press for a Fi-i-i'"1' Lhc most successlul season in its history.  -dav^|)a-}^(la\^i*atherVluiiH:oi���������������������������a-ehaiigeVo-aii-un-j  - -  - ���������������������������  ���������������������������...  popular dav?   This would do away with any "dK D0ES SHE CLOSE HER EYES WHEN KISSED?  pearance ol  class legislation, and would permit j _____  Brilish Columbia t<> fail into line with the gencrl j A ' dislin<,uisnctj |'orum nelilcr recently pro-  Salurday hall-holiday adopted m almost every. mnin(lo(! anCillCslion which seems to us'ol* the  counlry under the sun.' . greatest |)svcho!ogical and pathological interest���������������������������  FARMERS'   INSTITUTE  MEETING  namely, why does a girl shut her eyes when a  fellow kisses her.?. Having but very meagre', experience in such mailers wc are constrained in  ,'as^a- small at lendanccalihe annual' pm-smVoVknowlcdge- lo seek-informalioiufrom  * Ihe Northern Okanagan Fanners' In- j others, and so give the results obtained by the  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  EnJr  ��������������������������� -There w  meeting ol  slilule at the Mara Hall lasl Saturday afternoon, j sl.,n* 0f u,c BnlVimorc Sun.    A siiil'ragetlc," who  In llie absence of Mr.Lillle, the vice-president. Mr.!j w_ supposed, knew everylhing and who would  The old board ol" directors! |K! (|Uj[e disinterested, seemed lo be somewhat  vexed al the polite enquirv. and replied:  "1 am sure 1 have nol the slightest idea unless  seas.      Mr. Forster was re-elected auditor. j ������������������iu> girl is ashamed of heing such a silly fool as lo  The financial slalemenl appearing in these col-! \S\<,7 the brute."'  Monk took lhe cliai  were re-elected,  wilh  Mr. Jas. Kiueny added  to  lake lhe place ol" Mr. Proclor. who had gone over-  limns last week was read by the secretary-treasurer, and al the close of the meeting Mr. Handcock tendered his resignation as he had joined the  engineer corps. His resignation was accepted,  after he had been tendered a hearty vole of thanks  I'or the able manner in which he had carried on  the secretarial work I'or several years.  In their report, tlie directors showed a membership of l'2-l as compared wilh 111 lasl year.   The  From a young wife came lhis curious answer:  ���������������������������'She is thinking, *()b l.rd. how I have been  cheated.' "  Pursuing lhe investigation further among a  number of young women who presumably knew  something of lhe subject, the Sun got such answers as these:  "If you nave ever seen a male 'mug' at close  range--or ever looked in a mirror���������������������������you ought lo  cash balance this year was $2(35 as compared wilh; understand why she shuts ber eyes."  ���������������������������$2H) in 11)1").   More money was spent on crop and|    "Perhaps for the same reason that men like lo  garden competitions this year lhan before, wilh ( ho blindfolded before lhcy are shot, or have to  good results.    The directors reported  lhal eon-; face any olher horrible ordeal."  siderable quantities  of seed  giain.  powder and J     But one sweet young thing, made up of loveli-  ceinent were being bought through the Institute, j ness alone, answered Hie question wilh melting  al a considerable saving lo the members.   "Thevjand wrapt expression. "Ah. il is because she is  also advised members lo make use of [he buller j drugged, intoxicated bv lhe sweetness of'il."  I Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  I ENDERBY, B. C.  I     Good Rigs;  Careful Driv-  I ers;- Dray ing of ail kinds.  I     Comfortable and Commo-  I d io us Stabling for team sr ���������������������������  I Auto for Hire  i Prompt attention to all customers  f     Land-seekers  ancl  Tourists in-  I viteel to give us a trial;  USE  MADE-IN-CANADA  STEEL BARRELS  For yourCasolineor CoalOil instead ofleaky Wooden Ones  43 Imp. Gal. Galvanized Barrel, $5.50  BLACK  BARRELS AT  LOWER  PRICES  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS  .  Cotil milling righls of lhe Domin-,  ion in _tianilul>;i, Saskatchewan and  Alberla, llie Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of lhe Province of British Columbia,  may be leased i'or a term of twenty-  one years al an annual rental of ������������������1  an acre. Nol more than 2a00 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,.  which the Institute owns, and nol send hundreds  of dollars oul for seed clover. Thc Inslilulc is not  a money-making concern, but lhe endeavor has  been lo gel for ils members seed, powder, lime,  cement, etc.. so as lo make a saving I'or Ihem in  llie buying, and in lhis respect the Inslilulc has  been eininentlv successful;  Puzzled by this diversity of opinion we appealed lo a somewhat shocking gay old blade of  our acquaintance as lo why girls shut lhcir eyes.  "Answer is���������������������������they don'l," he replied.  Salt   and   waler,   warm,   will   slop   chilblains  from itching.  Write for  particulars to  THE SMART-TURNER MACHINE CO.  LIMITED  HAMILTON, CANADA.  FOR RENT���������������������������Brick cottage; six  rooms and surface (brick) cellar  alt in good condition and close to  mill.   Apply, "Walker Press.  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed* territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  lhe applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 85 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royally shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  j'atc_0f_fi_vc_cenls_pcr_ton._v' .".'  :. '.*." *.  The person operating, thc mine  shall furnish the Agent wilh sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If lhc coal mining righls are not  operated, such returns should bc  furnished al least once a year.  Thc lease will include thc coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may be permitted lo purchase -whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for thc  working o'f the mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should bc made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior," Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy "Minister of thc Interior.  . N.B.--Unauthorizcd publication of  this advcrlisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  C. P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound                    Noi  ���������������������������tlibound  10.-15 lv.       Sicamous  ar. 18.15  11.18                  Mara  17.58  11.34              Grindrod  17.14  11.40             FNDERBY  10.5!)  12.15             Armstrong  10.30  13.03                 Vernon  15.45  13.25 ar.     Okanagan Ldg  lv.15.30  H. "W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  u. iJ. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby A  *  f  Thursday, December 21,1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  After reading this correspondence the Editor of the  Press hopes to be excused for reproducing the editorial which caused such a disturbance in our^old  friend, Mr. Twigg. Wc do so without comment, believing that our readers will accept it in the broad  spirit intended by the writer, and not read into it, the  narrow meaning attributed to it by Mr. Twigg:  "Slaughter of the Innocents. 'Do you think war will  ever be abolished?' 'Think! I know. Why, sir, we are  going to abolish war if it takes every last man on the  face of the earth.' Often a profound truth is spoken in  jest. And that is what the funny man in Judge did  when he wrote these lines. The greatest sufferers in  the European war have been the small nations, rive  of them���������������������������Belgium, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and  Poland���������������������������have been almost totally wiped out. Two ot  them���������������������������Rumania and Greece���������������������������are on the point of destruction. Others���������������������������Holland, Switzerland, Denmark, and,  to a lesser extent, Sweden and Norway, arc in constant peril. The cataclysm, after two years and a half,  is still raging unabated, with no definite sign of peace.  But peace must come, some time, if for no other reason  than univeral exhaustion. We all talk glibly of fighting  'to the end.' End of what? End of our man power and  financial resources? End of Germany, or England or  France, or of all combined? End of what? At the  same time we hear the leaders of all governments at  The Public Pulse  Personal opinions of public interest are cheerfully publiihed under this  head, but all correspondence must be brief���������������������������not more than 500 words.  Does Not Agree  With Quotation from "Judge"  ���������������������������   0 _____  Editor Enderby Press: Dear Sir: Under the heading  "Slaughter of the Innocents," thc Enderby Press of  the 7th inst quotes a piece of jargon from Judge and  dilates upon the same as a 'profound truth' spoken in  , jest. But the subject does not lend itself to jest, so one  hopes to be allowed to draw Ihe attention of the same  public to some points that would appear to have been  passed over. It may be argued that there is noihing  in the article, but some truths cynically told, with here  and there a touch of ridicule betraying itself. Yet wc  on the side of thc Allies have an objection to being  classed or compared with the slaughterer, even in the  most indefinite manner.  The reader is taken in a light and airy,sort of way  for a dive into the foamy sea of European .warfare.  The destruction wrought in many countries is pointed  out, and the deduction is suggested that peace must  come from exhaustion���������������������������of the universal variety.   The  Mun "on the way to Calais" sceiiis to,haunt our guide.  We are all accused of talking 'glibly' of fighting 'to thc  end,' as if we did not know what end we had in view  ��������������������������� when we drew the s\vord of liberty in defense of justice ancl right, and faced the deepest and foulest plot  that was ever hatched in the history of the' world.   In  the same breath we ar.e informed that the leaders of  all governments at war have announced certain conditions 'under which they are prepared to talk peace'  and that thc "only dillicully would appear to bc who  '���������������������������  shall pay the cost of the war.   To drive homc,������������������as it  were, the wisdom of this idea���������������������������peace at any price,  cost price or otherwise, we are reminded of the awful  carnage' and the word 'terms' is introduced, with-excuses, of course, but still terms, which implies conditions stated and offered for acceptance.   Thus there is  suggested, after indicating that we do not know, what  we are fighting for (as it is not mentionedrand^ill are  innocents) that there is a sort of equality Amongst all  the leaders,-as well as the people���������������������������all have terms. One  might suppose that when the costs were adjusted the  innocent and ignorant people would be given, peace.  Then at the end, to clinch the matter of equality in  crime, we have dished up to us thc old story about  'looting London' and the fable about 'burning Berlin.'  Speaking from memory, it was once reported that some  German remarked bf London 'what a city to loot.' Now  "most  people,  judging  from   events  in. Belgium  and  elsewhere, believe that like music, looting, has charms  for,the*'savage breast, and that the enemy would loot  London with unrestrained joy.   As to the charge about  wishing to burn Berlin the writer can only say, he has  never seen the statement in print before and believes  that to suggest'tha* it was ever a popular cry is a misstatement.       The art critics, if it were left to them,  would say, let them keep that.    We are hot fighting  wood and stone.   Further, as if this were not enough  -to prove, the equality .sought, we are brought back as  it-were to'thc west and, shown the dawn of.reason.in  thc east.   There is a light in that asylum.-   It appears  they are*< vomiting their costs. .   As insane, we, the  people of tbe Entente, are classed with the 'Peetis  Teutonica.' The caise we. uphold to the end of life  itself, is not "mentioned... It is implied that we war  without reason and lhat we are fools hot to flee the  danger and destruction.    Terms are held out as the  only road  to  peace.    Are these the conclusions the  reader was intended lo arrive al whenhe has fathomed  the . unfathomable   abyss   where   'Judge's'  profound  truth lies?        ���������������������������      '��������������������������� *'"_',  Amongst those who are commonly described as  having an informed opinion on the situation in Europe  there is a certain amount of agreement on* the condition of thc German army in particular. They point  out that the power to resist and endure, known in  military language as 'morale' is showing signs in Ger-  manv of being slowlv and surely broken down. Thc  neutral critic Colonel Feylcr, in "Land and Water,"  says <of the Central Powers, "their moral courage is  giving way to disquiet.' Hc indicates that despotism  must fall since 'he who fights for liberty lights for  mankind,' and'to those who suffer for themselves  alone death is a deliverance, whereas to him who  suffers for others, pain itself is hope.'  In this armv thc simple soldier has begun to doubt  and the leaders see the reserves of conscript-s being  ground up. Our loss in Rumania has not added to the  enemy's strength. Germany realizes that her dream of  -conqiiesWias-vanishcd.=-Shc-hasdiad-vicua:ics,=,buUiot  the necessary victories. She lights on wilh the delusion of an inconclusive peace as her goai. There are  signs of a peace propaganda in addition to the old  would be confusing and misleading attacks. They must  shake our morale. There arc many ways in which our  feelings on the war and confidence in ourselves may bc  attacked, and innocent may be their garb. Of what one  has seen, well ma, the billboard on thc local owl say,  'They tell all about what happens except the obvious.  Surely it is obvious lhat we have in numbers the manpower that can exhaust the enemy. To speak therefore: of our cxhauslioiristo prophesy disaster���������������������������butVo  prophesy inane. Animating us we have the greatest  cause of all: we fight for liberation against domination, for honor and justice as against murder and  atrocity. It seems almost an insult to the memory ol  those who have fallen, and to those who carry on, to  ignore that cause for which they stand or fall. Rather  let us remember that those who fall, fall in honor, not  hate. They were men, and such men have no time  lo hate the mad bull or the spitting tiger. The Allies  would build a fence around thc mad beast. If there is  anv better plan known it would be well to unfold it.  Dec. 12, 1916. H.  f. Twice.  war telling about certain conditions under which they  are prepared to talk peace. The Central Powers are  prepared to quit fighting provided the Entente Allies  will replace the shipping lost to Germany and Austria  through lhe war, give back those African colonies, and  agree not to modify their commercial policy in any  manner hurtful to the Central Powers. Similarly, if  Germany should offer to England, to Belgium, and to  France, and to Italy, the land it has taken from them,  thc ships lhat have been sunk, pay a reasonable indemnity for the men who lost their'lives and for thc  men diverted from productive to destructive occupations, and give some guarantee against another outbreak, England and thc rest would also be willing lo  quit. Now each side wants thc other to pay the costs  of thc war, and neither is prepared to do so. All are  sick of fighting and thc awful carnage, but none can  afford lo admit it, or to agree to the terms of the  other. However, each side is submitting terms���������������������������terms,  of course, which the other will not accept, but still  terms. When the war started, it will be remembered,  thc enemy was for looting London and wc were for  burning Berlin. But this kind of talk has entirely disappeared, which indicates that there is a slow returning to sanity on both sides."  A Homely  Truth   Well Expressed  Editor Enderby Press: Dear Sir: When we've  driven each other out of town, what a fine town  shall have!   Yours hopefully, Knocker.  Enderby, Dec. 14th, 1910.  all  we  BOOSTING B. C. FRUIT  The Press is in receipts of thc booklet "Advertising B. C. Fruit," showing thc attractive line oi*  newspaper advertising carried on by W. E. Mc-  Taggart, Fruit Markets Commissioner, in thc  papers of Winnipeg and thc Northwest. Mr. Mc-  Taggart savs, "Advertising has helped the orange  growers of California to market their crop. It can  help us too." And hc intimates lhat British Columbia wilhin four ycars will produce 150 per  cent more fruit lhan at present, and will need a  lot of advertising to market thc increased tonnage.  The booklet shows advertisements which were  most attractive and undoubtedly brought big results, for they have thc car-marks of "pullers."  ANOTHER  DRIVE  AT   VERDUN  The French government, following the lead of England, has made a complete change in its war staff, apparently as the result of the Rumania fiasco.. General  Joffre is no longer in command of the French forces.  He has been succeeded *by General Nivelle, who has  conducted'so strong a defense of "Verdun and in recent,weeks planned and executed the-retaking of Fort  boumoiint and "Vaux.r. General Nivelle has struck his  first mighty blow as commander of the French forces,  smashing forward along a front of. more than six, miles  on the Verdun! front, advancing two and a half miles  along the entire .line, seizing two villages-and*-three  strongly fortified works and capturing more than 8,000  prisoners.  GREECE SUBMITS  According to an Athens despatch to Router's, Greece  has replied to the Allies' ultimatum by saying that i!  accepts the demands made on it, as it is desirous of  giving another manifest proof of the sincerely friendly  sentiments which have always influenced.it toward thc  Entente. The reply says that no hostile moves f  Iroops have ever taken place or been projected, and  that the transfer of material northwards will immediately cease Orders have already been given, it is  stated, regarding the moves of troops and war material, and will bc carried out as rapidly as possible.  TOwrp dbristmas  SB!  A Chrib.  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' ?v|  CANADA  NATIONAL SERVICE  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given under the authority of the "War Measures  Act, 1914," that during the first week in January, 1917, an inventory will be made  by the Post Office Authorities, of every male between the ages of sixteen and sixty-  five, residing in Canada.  National Service Cards and addressed envelopes for their return to Ottawa  have been placed in the hands of all Postmasters for distribution amongst the  persons required to fill in such cards. Every male person of the prescribed ages  is required to fill in and return a card enclosed in an envelope within ten days  of its receipt.  Any person who fails to receive a card and envelope may obtain the  upon application to the nearest Postmaster.  same  Ottawa, 15th December, 1916.  R. B. BENNETT,  Director General.  GOD SAVE THE KING.  NATIONAL SERVICE WEEK    :    1st to 7th JANUARY. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 21,1916  PEACE PROPOSAL DISCUSSION  BOARD OF TRADE MEETING  A meeting of the local Board of  Trade was held in the City Mall  Friday evening. The principal  business coming before the meeting  was the first reading ol" the constitution prepared by the committee  appointed at Ihe organization meeting. This passed its first reading  without amendment and will be  finally disposed of al the first meeting in the New Year, Friday, lhe  f)lh. The constitution i.s brief and  lo Ihe point After setting J'oiih thc  objecls of lhc Board, which are thc  development of the commercial,  social and general conditions of the  community and district, it throws  the membership open lo anyone  over 18 years of age, places the fee  at $1, payable on application and at  each annual meeting thereafter, and  sets the first Friday night in each  month as the night of meeting.  A communication was read from  the Penticton Board of Trade ask-  the local hoard to endorse the proposed project of having thc inter-  provincial highway run into thc  Okanagan to Penticton instead of  skirting the American border as it  is said to bc now surveyed. It was  decided that thc secretary should  write thc Provincial department  in the hope of learning definitely  thc Government's intentions as to  Ihe construction of the inter-provincial highway and where it is to  be laid.  The question of a local industry  'to handle the produce of Enderby  district close at home was talked  over, and thc Mr. Skaling undertook lo learn the policy ol" the company now operating evaporators in  'he Valley as to requirements in thc  way of produce, tonnage, etc.  CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES  I have a large stock of fresh Ga-  nong's chocolates which 1 would  like fo sell by Christmas. All arc  fresh and of lhc best. Regular 05c  pound boxes are going at 50c.   Joe.  Arm&rong"  Rink  Skating every afternoon ancl  evening. Band in attendance every Tuesday evening.  Barkman  There seems to be considerable  difference of opinion even in England as lo what position lhe Government   will   take   regarding   lhc  peace proposal submitted last week  by  Germany  and  her allies.    Thc  Westminster Gazelle, which is usually classed as a  Liberal journal,  and one of thc most substantial in  England,   urges   that   Ihe   German  peace move calls for a high degree  of  British .statesmanship and  constructive policy  lest Britain bc left  standing in  a  false light.    "Grave  pressure  will   continue  to   be   felt  and is likely to increase," says thc  Guardian, and adds, "It is unquestionably on Germany's part a genuine bid for peace and ought lo be  so treated by our government and  rational   opinion   here,     lt   is   unnecessary  to  offer  even   a   formal  armistice or to admit of any intervention of any third party, but thc  interchange of views should be immediate and direct.   After what has  happened an interchange there must  bc; lo refuse it would not merely bc  to put ourselves hopelessly in the  wrong in the eyes of all neutrals,  and, wc must add, in the eyes of all  moderate   and    reasonable   people  here    ...    It would bc for all  parties a case of cards on thc table  and the most salutory result would  -be  that  wc would  know  and  nol  merely conjecture exactly whal il is  which stands between us and peace.  If the war is to go on wc should  know   why  and for  what" definite  objects.      That    knowledge    itself  would be an enormous and stimulating gain."  Other papers in England as influential as the Manchester Guardian,  such as the Daily News, thc Aberdeen Free Press, the New Statesman,  and II. "W. Massingham's The Nation  all believe Britain and her allies  should at least slate their.terms of  peace. But the majority of thc press  of Britain arc in favor of declining  to consider thc proposal of peace.  nounced,   would   be   made  in   the  course of a few days.  What Allies'  Terms will Be  According to Slephanne Lau-  zannc, editor of Le Matin, thc terms  of the Allies will be: "Transylvania lo Rumania; Trcntino to Italy  Alsace-Lorraine to France; restoration and indemnification of Belgium and Serbia; Constantinople to  Russia, with Turkey oul of Europe.  Limitation of armaments of all  countries., wilh Germany's armament to be decreased first. An indemnity of $20,000,000,000, part of  which will be collected in heavy  duties on all German goods imported into Allied countries. Proofs  of Germany's pledge to bow lo and  abide by international law."  TOTAL WAR OUTLAY  Prime Minister on Peace Move  "All the outrages on land and sea  cannol   he   liquidate!   b /   a   few  pious phrases about humanity,' said  ?,'..���������������������������������������������. David  Lloyd Geor.'���������������������������������������������..*��������������������������� in  referring in '.he House of Commons on  December iflth to the German o'l'er  of peace.    Much as Ihe Allies- Ion."  lor peace,  the  Premier added,  the  note of thc Central Powers, and thc  speech' preceding   it,   afford   small  encouragement. Without reparation  peace   would   be   impossible.    For  the Entente Powers lo enter inlo an  undertaking of-which they had no  knowledge  would   bc  to  pul  their  heads inlo a noose wilh the rope's  end in the hands of Germany.   The  Allies' terms, the Premier ,(dded,are  complete restoration and full reparation with effectual'guarantees. Thc  formal  reply of the Allies, he an-  When talking  over your  Christmas  buying, just  remember that  you can buy a  65c pound box  of Ganong's Fresh Chocolates for 50c  at JOE'S.       All Candies at reduced  prices Christmas week.     AT JOE'S  Our Xmas Groceries  are Fresh and Prices Low  HAISINS, SEEDED  CUHRANTS  MINCE MEAT IN BULK  SHELLED  WALNUTS  HAISIN, SULTANA  MIX I-l) PEEL  SI I LIVED ALMONDS  ,IAP ORANGES will arrive any day.  A good assortment of Mixed Nuts and Candy for Christmas Use.  WEEK-END SPECIAL: Ap-.ie Butter in Tumblers, at 15c  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  TEECE & SON,  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  Mr. Bonar Law, thc new chancellor of exchequer in the Lloyd  George cabinet, speaking in the  House of Commons a few days ago  gave lhe votes of credit since lhe  outbreak of the war, and said that  they did not quite represent all the  expenditure. There had been expenditures over and above the voles  of credit of $1,050,000,000, bringing the total since thc outbreak of  the war to ������������������10,200,000,000. "That  figure taxes the imagination," he is  reported as saying. "It is a colossal  figure, bul I do not think it is an  appalling figure. Wc cannot continue at the present figure indefinitely. All we can hope for is that  wc can keep al lhat figure long  enough to beat our enemies."  The city voters' list, as revised  by the court of revision, has now  been printed. Errors, if any are  found therein, can bc rectified up  lo Dec. 31sl. After that it will be  too late. ���������������������������  Putting Democracy to the Test  Speaking at Vancouver a few evenings ago, Mr. Bennett, director  general of the National Service  Commission, appealed for every assistance from the men of the West  in getting thc National Service  cards filled out promptly. "This  is the last appeal we can make to  democracy," hc declared. "If you  arc as keen on democracy as you  say you arc? now i.s the time to get  busy. If it fails, you arc responsible. You will have had your  chance and you didn't take it."  CITY OF ENDERBY  Tenders for Cordwood  TENDERS are hereby-invited for  10 (ten) cords 4-ft. wood, to be delivered at the City Hall, and piled  where directed. Must be sound dry  fir, no round poles.  Tenders to bc in sealed envelopes  marked "Cordwood", and to reach  the undersigned not later than Jan.  2nd. 1917.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, Cily Clerk.  City Hall, Dec. 21st, 1910.  PARISH OF ENDERBY  Fourth Sunday in Advent; Christmas Eve: Matins, Mara, 10.30 a.m.;  Evensong, Grindrod, 3 p.m.; matins  Enderby, 11, a.m.; Evensong, En  derby, 7.30 p.m. This will be firs:  Evensong of Christmas. '  Christmas Days Holy Communion  8 a.m.; Holy Communion, 10.30 a.m.  Sunday, 3Is/���������������������������There will bc a  Memorial, Service in St. George's  Church at 11.30* p.m. (Midnight)  for those who have fallen in the  war   especially    those   from   this  Valley.  HARD TIMES BALL*  The Knights of Pythias have decided to postpone their annual ball  which was to have been given New  Ycars night in aid of the Patriotic  Fund, and thc hard times ball to be  given in aid of the Enderby .Hospital will be held New Years'  night, in K. P. Hall.  It should bc remembered that all  taking part in the dance will be expected to dress hard-times fashion,  and any finery, such as jewelry or  fancy toggery is to be tabooed. A  judge and a policeman will be on  the lloor and arrests will be made  and fines imposed for any infringement of this rule, so don't "dress  up" if you don't want to bc  "dressed down" by the officers in  charge.  Thc feeding of ground barley,  say one pound for every -live  pounds of milk produced, is recommended for cows fed on alfalfa,  green or dry or both.  WANTED���������������������������To   purchase   for  spot  cash; fresh cow.. Must be*'good  milker and quiet. Apply, B,  Press Office. 21.  With every  cash $10  purchase  from now  until New  Years we  shall give a  box of Al  Apples  absolutely  free  Leave orders at the store for dry  Cord. Wood.    Plenty of it.  W. J. Woods  JTust tbf %m 0h Jjjpj to  KMi m an  PILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings r\ and Groceries  Clearing Sale at  Prices that Sell  8-inch Plates (clover leaf), 75c dozen.  Other sizes at correspondingly low prices.  Covered Vegetable Dishes from85clip.  Tea Pots from 20c up.  Flower Pots and Saucers, from 15c up.  Good Glass Tumblers, from 50c doz up.  Violins from $3.75 up.  Accordions from $2.90 up.  Sheet Music at 5c and lower.  Toys and Christmas Goods at cost.  All Fancy China at cost.  J 17   fDAWC   Enderby Music Store  . IL. L/KA1N C,      Enderby, B.C.  j  /���������������������������*

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