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Array *������������������   >���������������������������'   VwN     -*-i  ���������������������������V<' V'V  {������������������>  J  n  Enderby, B. C., December 28, 1916  News Notes of Enderby and District  Briefly Told for Busy Readers  How old it makes a fellow  1917 !  i'eel I  Mr.   and    Mrs.   Doerflinger   will  move to Mara next week.  A. C. Skaling returned from the  coast Wednesday morning.  Buck  Johnston   spent   Christmas  week at home from Vernon.  Skookum Antiila came home from  Kamloops to spend Christmas.  Miss  Bae- left   Friday   for  Vancouver to������������������spend thc holidays.  --   Miss Beatlie is spending the holidays with relatives in Kamloops.  The finishing work on the Mara  school house is now in full swing.  '  A. B. Price is now corporal in thc  Mounted Police, stationed at Goven-  lock. Sask. .   ^    ,  Hugh Mitchell returned last week  after,spending several weeks in the  * Prairie provinces.  ,'v*' Miss L.-Terhcrn, past two ycars  .teacher al Ashloir Creek school, has  resigned and gcr". to Greenwood.  17     "Miss Borden, teacher at the North'  1, Enderby'school," has -resigned' to  ,'/.take a posilionju'the Hedley school/  ���������������������������" * VCol.;,B.  T.- Lowery, sagc_;6f*?,the  V-Grecnwood" Ledge,' has-- laid;* aside  ,-\,the ediloriaPcjuill and- is-doing the  Csight-seeing'stuntyin California."V  K. of P. Hall was comfortably  filled lasl Friday evening to hear  the Presbyterian Sunday school  children give their Christmas tree  songs, dialogues, recitations,- etc.  The exercises were well received,  every number,being well given ancl  the boys and girls proving themselves good entertainers. Santa  Clans dropped in at the close and  distributed presents to the children'  of the various Sunday school  classes.  A meeting of the City Council'  was held Tuesday evening to decide  the matter of who was to do thc assessing for 1917, since Assessor  Johnson had declined to proceed  with the work. After a brief discussion it was decided to pay Mr.  Johnson'a month's salary in lieu of  30-days notice, and lo declare the  office vacant. Then it was,put up  lo City. .Clerk Rosoman who was  asked if he. would undertake the  work. This-he agreed to'do and  he was-instructed to proceed.   ",  .- ; .   '    WOMEN VOTERS <-. '  ".-"Perhaps-it''was one of Solomon's  wives.wlio;.when-.ask'ed how to best  >r .       .-.,. ,  VT     .       . ,-    .       , Vreach the heart of-a "man, replied  Mr. and Mrs. -Newberry returned'' ��������������������������� ���������������������������    --  '    -1  * 4 .-  '-= "to.Enderby from the-Northwest:the  /past -week and.ywill spend, tlie-win:  V t"er,arid-'ea"rlyrspfih"g monlfis^h'ereV  7 .V, Mr.;**-'a rid" Mr.sS' James ",Ca vers - ar-  ; /-rived -'Monday from,'.-ncaiy Buffalo,  "-' N.Y.,'. to " spend *, some weeks with  , their;-brother and .sister, Mr. and  Mrs. "Win." Cavers. '.     '  '   >'  . /Christmas dinner til the King Edward was laken .advantage of by a  large number of citizens, who were  lavish inpraise of the excellence of  the meal and the service.  * The many friends of Pat Mowat  ��������������������������� are pleased, to learn that he has  been awarded a Distinguished Service medal and has been made captain of.his gun corps.  Thc    following    arrivals    were  noticed   to  spend   Christmas  wilh  Enderby relatives and friends: Miss  Lucille   Barrows,   Mrs.   T.   Brash,  Mrs. McKenzie, Mrs. T. Wilkinson,  Percy Ruttan and Miss Home.  Word has been received that Ptc.  ��������������������������� G. A. Neve, who has been on  the  fighting front in France for several'  =-=111011 ths,-=-was-=recently-=knocked--out-  by shell shock and has been sent lo  England on a six-months' leave of  absence.  Fully 150 people enjoyed thc  Christmas tree exercises given by  "the**-children ������������������������������������������������������"of Grindrod in their  school house last Friday evening,  and the volume of gifts was even  more liberal than on previous occasions.  Mr.  and  Mrs. XL.  Ruttan.. and  NATIONAL SERVICE WEEK  Ncxl week every man in Canada  will receive a question card which  he will be requested lo fill out.   The  questions are asked by lhe National  Service  Commission,   and   arc   for  the purpose of registering the manpower  o.f  the  Dominion���������������������������nol������������������for  military purposes so much as for  thc purpose of mobilizing our manpower in order to place tlie productive end of Lhe country on a safer  basis.   There are many ways of serving,the nation besides going to the  front.' The man on thc farm and  the mechanic in a workshop may bc  serving the .nation-as usefully as the  man in the,, trenches.    Every  man  should   bc  doing the ��������������������������� work  which  represents his most efficient service  to his country.   The wards leaching  us, or should be teaching us, great  lessons.   Terrible-as are its effects,-  those who "have faith in Canadian  manhood .hope<and believe lhat the  nalion will-emerge from this "experience a stronger and a'belter people  If the meaning of National Service  is thoroughly grasped and properly  understood,    if-  thc   Government's  call, foryinformation  i.s responded  to." in the; right.,spirit/ the coming  year wvillMie , the banner - year  in  Canadajs.history .";"."���������������������������     -*���������������������������-*    *.  WILL ydPENYKING-FIJSHERXIMIT  A contract was- signed/ihis' .week  byVArklre,w"'V\'.'^;Faulldicr/-withisthe-  Municipal Elections and Question  of Vital Interest to be Settled  r#  "Feed:the. brute."* Anyway;-it was  somebody -pretty wise/   And in 'all  these,-years .that- men- haveheen-^run--    .... ...  ning politics"aloneMhey^havcf dis- jlOkahagan-* Saw ''Mills,'1 "Ltd.7^by/the'  ^regarded this'' divine1' -injunction, j "terms of' wliieh -Mr. '.EaulknciV will  iRssuit,. poor .attendance' at nieet-i cut"six,million feet'of logs foi/ncxt  ings,. slow .payment of-membership {.season's delivery.'   The, -mill" com-  ness of making,feminine voteis, in j ing. will permit. Thebpcning-of-ihc  fact they are just starling. But they 'King Fisher limit' by the conipany  are "going al it right. They will hold j means lhat it will secure the best  their organization meeting next;class of Jogs it has handled in Into  Saturday afternoon in K. of P. Hall, "years. This limit is said to hive  The meeting is for women only, and j 100,000,000 feet of high-class limber  Miss Seymour and Mrs.'Robson will 1 and has heen reserved by the coni-  speak. Something to eat is ,adver-|pany for jusl such a market as is  tised to be served free of charge.      now opening.  While  no active'interest in  thc  j approachijig    municipal    elections  has yel been shown, several names  have been mentioned for ihe oflices  of aldermen, and there is yel the  possibility of a contest. At the same  time,  there  is the general   feeling  th a I  we should leave well enough  alone,  and,  if the  present  mayor  and board of aldermen are willing  to stand agaili,'lhat they should bc  re-elected by acclamation.,  This, it  is  argued,  would  be  beneficial .in  many ways.   Mayor Dill and Aldcr-  Nmcn Sharpe,. Faulkner, Nichol; ancl  Fravel,   are   almost  certain   to   be  resident .within the'city the entire  year, available at all times; and all-  are now pretty well posted on city  affairs. ' Alderman Johnston has not  been able lobe at a meeting of the  Council for the past month or two,  and, having'extensive logging contracts in the vicinity of Chase, may  find it inconvenienMo be in Ender-  *b'y   the "coming- season,   hence   a  change'in/this .-seat may be neccs-  "sary, as Mr.'/lohnston'will'.'probably  f noi-care to1 sland "again.// - /,-���������������������������/���������������������������V  The' election "of.'a new board .of,  school -trusteesywill'.'alsp'. be/'neccs-  'sary,. sinoc'-.'Mv' McMahon- a'nd.-'-Mr.  Murdoch   have-'resigffcd,Vand- Mr.  -Faulkner's;term"of.ollice.' has  ex-  ipired." '���������������������������l-TercV.-tpbyjiki.s^impqrtant'.-tO'  pjace mcn.-iil charge 'who -have.iiad,  sbmc-experience-in board of school  trustee- work.'" ;Th"e-:piesenL board  have    succeeded    in/placing,;-the  school- on> a/substantial" basis/ and  have proposed adding manual train-  inglahd domestic science,to the'eor-  riculiim of the "schoo'I." -This is, an  advanced step*., and should  bc encouraged iii every way. -lis inauguration   would   place   the   Enderby  school  in   the  first   rank,  and  the  course would  rapidly develop thc  scholars along lines which they do  nol now lake up���������������������������lines which are  now recognized  by all writers on  educational    matters   as   the  most  practical and useful in life.  The cily officials to be elected at  lhe forthcoming elections will have  to' deal with one of the most' vital  questions   for  the   people.     Mayor  Dill mentioned thc question ih his  inaugural address to the council of  1910, and placed it as one of the big .  questions  to  be handled   the' past'  year.     Frequently   the.matter   has  been mentioned at the council meetings, and thc question.has been discussed by the Mayor with" Manager  Stevens, of the Okanagan Saw Mills,  but no" action has'been .taken.   We .*  refer lo the lighting franchise under which the Okanagan Saw Mills,  Ltd., has lighted thc town- for the,  past te7i ycars.   Thc people of En- -',  derby owe a large debt of gratitude *   '.  to this company, and particularly lo  Manager   Ste\ens,* for   the   whole- -\  hearted,.generous policy.pursued by. V'  thc company in the exercise~of-.this :-,-  fran'chisc.**.  But this "franchise will /V  expire on June 1st,' next/and it will/.V  bc up to thcrinc6ming,Gity Council������������������i;  ci "           '"        cither to have the-present,franchise/! V;?������������������%o^*||  renewed,- or, Jfithis/is, noUpossible^Hr .;/^|^l  *''A-i|  - Y7'7m  - --   -* t* *���������������������������  '< ss\  SSM7SA  ^������������������������������������������������������S^V%1  Men and Things as Seen Thro' Hank Reklaw's Periscope  "Blessed arc Lhc i)eaceniakers.'V'_That .is .what.:will undoublcdly-livc.in .history.ns.onc.or_llic.big  the Good Book says. But it was said long before  thc mind ol* the world became obsessed wilh ideas  of dreadnoughts, machine guns, submarines and  munilionillionaires, and when religion meant  something more lhan prayers to God to help us  lick the other fellow. Today the path of lhc peacemaker is something quite dilTercnl. For instance  London says: Statesmen, politicians and businessmen ..agree.' lhat there is no possible hope of  tan will spend the winter at their  Enderby home.  One or Iwo enthusiasts have put  in a lot of hard work on thc curling  rink the past few weeks, and have  one sheet of ice almost ready for  the slanes. No move has ycl'been  made, however, to revive the curlers or to bring the" club to life.  Lasl Thursday evening in thc  Methodist Church the 'Christmas  tree services by the Sunday school  children were greatly enjoyed by a  large gathering. A splendid pro-  V'ram was given after which there  was lhc. usual distribution of gifts  to the, children.  There were three Enderby entries  at the Penticton poultry show last  week', where in the neighborhood of  liOO birds were on show. Geo. II.  Smedley entered Black Minorcas,  H. S. Andrews, Barred Rocks, and  Bruce' Oldford Partridge Wyandottes. Their winnings have not  yet been made known.  " A letter from E. R. Bobbs, Burlcy.  Idaho, says they found that town  all they expected���������������������������and more. He  says the wind blows there something dashable. He noticed a lot of  "people limping, and asked an old-  timer what was the reason, and was  leaning  against, the wind so much, w\  caused one" leg to grow shorter.  ) '     ���������������������������  (laughtcr-returned-rfronrVanderhoqf���������������������������Prcsideirt^Wilson's note getting anything but ajwou  Tuesday. Mr. Ruttan * contemplates COUrtcoiis bill firm refusal, lhc feeling is grow- won  Worten;^ ing throughout lhc nalion that lhe President has won  been lhc viclim of German influence. Thc opinion  is freely expressed lhat President Wilson's syni-  palhies are entirely wilh.thc German side." And  under lhe same dale, and in the next column of  lhe same paper, a Berlin dispatch says: "Wilson's  step," declares Count von Rcvcrtllow, "i.s noihing  but an cll'orl lo save England from catastrophe."  Even in the first hours of shock fell in all lhc  belligerent countries when President Wilson sent  his appeal lo Ihem to state their terms of peace, in  none of thc criticism of his action���������������������������and much of  it has been hitler and even ruthless���������������������������not a word  was heard which would cast doubt upon lhc sincerity of the President. His policy -"has. been  severely questioned and his position assailed, but  none of his critics have doubted his honesty of  purpose. Perhaps when thc illogical objections  to lhc stand taken by President Wilson finally  spend themselves against lhc solid wall of fads;  perhaps when each belligerent state is brought to  sec itself in the light of actual world condilions,  wilh self-interest and injured pride swepl aside,  and il must lake a world view of itself instead of  the narrow view, of the fighter mad wilh lhe.de-.  termination lo vanquish or be vanquished; perhaps Ihen the bigness of President Wilson's action  ,,,,.,.., 1. 1   ���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������ .will have been recognized.   But whether it is rcc-  iold   thnt   u   was   fiom   lc5j;{J?g! ognized or not, whdhcr fighting Europe accepts  moves of these portenlions days,  - W we are lo judge by wl^al appears in print,  official Entente opinion strongly resents what has  been done by President Wilson. A good many  people in Greal Britain, France and Bussia, think  they arc fighting lhc neutrals' war as well as their  own. They think lhat if they were conquered and  lhcir naval and military power broken, lhc position of all neutrals, and particularly America,  would bc very dangerous. They point oul that il  Id be only a short time until the United States  Id have lo accept dictation and surrender ils  Monroe doctrine or would have to fight a terrible  and probably disastrous war. On the oilier hand,  America thinks Ihis is not a consideration of facts  bul of opinions, and, being on friendly terms wilh  both sides, sees ils future threatened-no-more  from one quarter than from the other, il is quite  hopeless, therefore, to imagine that a neutral  President of Wilson's type can accept our view of  the case anymore than Germany should expect  him to accept the enemy view.  It is time the lighting nations should recognize  lhat the neulralsViavc rights which cannot be  ignored by the lighters. Take in a community  brawl, where twoVrincipals and their friends arc  healing each other lo pieces and destroying the  peace of the'neighborhood in general: are lhcy  permitted to continue their endless destruction  until thc whole commimily is drawn inlo light  and all arc ruined? ft is the same in lhe great  world fight, it mailers not who started the war, or  whom we should damn for having started it, the  facts arc that the best in lhe world is being destroyed, and there must come a lime when those of  the world who want peace must take a more  dclemincd stand and demand il. President  Wilson evidently thinks lhal time has now  come, and he has had lhc courage of his convictions.    He may be damned, but docs damning  come, when--'this; utility ��������������������������� woui.iliboV  bwncd by''lhe-people, but whelheiV  that tinie'has yet'arrivedis *a ques--'*  lion Svliich the'incoming: council;'  will be cajled-upon to decide.  -    ���������������������������'���������������������������-  . From the fact that this important'  .-nailer will "have to be dealt .wilh-,  within the next few.months, il is" :  most necessary that n:cii,he elected-  as mayor and, aldermen who havey  had  experience  in  handling civic'"  business, and for thisVeasorj, if for -  no olher, as many-as possible of the  present aldermanic board should be  induced lo stand for re-election.  \FIRST TO REPLY TO WILSON  Germany and her allies���������������������������Austria-  Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey���������������������������are  the  first   to  reply  to  the   note  of  or rejects his good offices, nevertheless his appeal'him answer his argument?  President Wilson. Thc text of the"  reply, which was handed to the  American ambassador at Berlin on  Dec. 2(ilh, is as follows:  "The high-minded suggestion  made by the President of the united  Stales of America'to create a basis  for the establishment of a lasting  peace has been received and considered by thc Imperial Government in.lhc friendly spirit which  was expressed in thc President's  communication. Thc President  poinl.s out that which he has at  heart and leaves open the choice of  roads.  "'lo the Imperial Government an  immediate exchange of views seems  to he Ihe most appropriate road in  order to reach the desired result. It  begs, therefore, in the sense of the  declaration made on December 12,  which offered a hand for peace negotiations, to propose an immediate  meeting of delegates of'the-belligerent slates at a neutral place.  "The Imperial Government is also  of Ihe opinion that the greal work  of preventing further wars can be  begun onlv after the end of the present si niggle of the nations. It will,  when this moment shall have come,  be'reads', with pleasure, lo collaborate entirely, with the Uniled  Stales in this exalted task."  The Endcrhy junior la cose team  went lo Armstrong last Thursday  evening and pul up a fast game  against the Armstrong boys, the  score standing 4-2 against them at  the close. They report excellent ice  and a good gariie. All Enderby  young people who have visited the  rink, say il is well handled under  V. ('.. Sparkmnii, and the ice excellent.   Fancy candies, delicious cakes  and cookies,  will be found at Joe's -���������������������������-vi  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, December 28, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   WAI.KKR  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby,   13. C.  Walker  Press.  at  S2   jjcr   year,   by   the  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch iir.-t insertion.  'Joe each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising, 51 an inch per month.  influence as a community builder for commercial  reasons.  it would perhaps bc wise for British Columbia  to fall inlo line with Ontario in this regard.   Formally years-, wc understand,-it has been lhc practice In tliat pioneer province oi* lhe Dominion-for  the stores to give lhc clerks a mid-week half-day  oil", bul the Saturday half-holiday is observed by  every line of business except lhe stores.   This per-  | mils'the clerks to enjoy a half-day oil" each week  j without causing inconvenience to anyhody, and  [the Saturday half-holiday '"makes it possible For  I factory worfa-rs, laborers." and all lines of business  ; employees to have a half-holiday on the logical  ��������������������������� week-end <lay.  j     What olher countries and other provinces in  jour own  Dominion  have attempted'lo do and  i failed, Brilish Columbia cannol hope to do with  I any success.   The closing of the stores in a coni-  imiinily to give the clerk's a half-day oil" docs not  i and cannol make a holiday oul of it.   The schools  cannot close, factories and mills cannot close, the  banks and public ollices cannot close and laborers  cannot bc expected lo cease work Thursday afternoons.    Then why endcaver to force thc communities  throughout  the Province to accept so  lop-sided a  proposition.    If (he clerks and the  storekeepers desire a half-day oil each week, let  them  have it. Thursday if they prefer, or any  oilier dav. but let us not put the carl before the.  horse, oiVet the tail wag the dog. Thc half-holiday Y��������������������������� mail orders to-  is too valuable an institution to be permitted to bc  confused wilh the dollars and cents takenjn over  the counters of our merchants.  Wc believe the merchants generally recognize  the folly of attempting further lo make the midweek half-day oil' the'legal holiday, for they see  'now il has disturbed business conditions already  without accomplishing anything m ihe way oi" advancement of community betterment. Bul they  do nol see any way of reaching a solution from  their point of view by attempting Saturday oil".  We would urge the adoption of lhc Ontario idea.  It has operated admirably there, wc understand,  and can you sec any reason why it should work  otherwise here '?  Are you''.going to do any  Building or Repairing  This Season?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Flooring and Ceiling ��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding   ��������������������������� ,.,..... $10.00  Cull Boards...-  ...   5.00  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 ��������������������������� ���������������������������' '���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������ -13.00'...'���������������������������" V.'-"  No. 3 Cedar Bevel Siding ..-...: .��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15,00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Ehderby  THURSDAY, DECEMBER vS, 191fl  NATIONAL SERVICE AT HOME  To quote a time-worn saw. "charity begins a  home.'*' Just now wc are thinking, or should be  thinking, of National Service. Bul let us not bc  led astray in our thinking. Thc best way to help  thc nation is lo help the community in which wc  live. We cannol. in our desire to bc of national  ���������������������������service, ignore thc needs of the community and  bc of much help to lhc nation. The nation is made  up of communities, and the community which is  allowed lo jusl drift along, must soon become a  drag on the wheels of progress. We must do our  pari here, and if wc do il well, lhe nalion will  have less to do for us. Let us start 1917 aright.  The people wc have wilh us arc as good as any  that may follow them.   It requires less than half  A robin that has the appearance of having lost  ils return ticket, makes itself at home in thc back  yard of the Press. It comes every morning for  its ration of bread and oatmeal, and seems to-enjoy lhe delightful winter weather of the favored  Okanagan Valley.- Thc Kaslo Kootcnain says that  half a^dozen robins were observed on the hills  about Kaslo the past week, which is taken to indicate that thc winter will bc mild and open.  RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PRESS  There is no medium through which the mass of  the people of a country or a community can be  readied so quickly and'so thoroughly as through  thc medium of thc press. And because of this,  llie press of the nation has a great responsibility  to carry. Wars have been brought on by the jingo  press of our own empire as well as of other cm-  lhe��������������������������� "cll'orl to hold what we have than lo win new'pircs, and wars have been continued through thc  ones. Bul il requires some effort, not bv someone '��������������������������� influence of this jingo press long after thc leaders  else, but bv each of us. Let us make that cll'orl. I of thc country have seen ihe. usclcssncss ol lurlhcr  Let us make 11)17 lhe commencement of a new!bloodshed. By hull" truths, false reports, distor-  era in Enderbv district, a'new epoch, onc of co-j lions and suppressions thc jingo press distills and  operation and upbuilding, not tearing down. And'circulates insidious mental poisons and keeps the  mav the sun of prosperity and peace shine on!lire of haired burning. The future peace ol the  every reader of these lines! | world lies in no small degree in an unlettered,    ;independent,  bul   responsible  press  directed'by  Another proof that il pavs lo advertise:   A lost! men who have both the good of their country and  ���������������������������steer, walked,home, the other day following lhc', lhe world at large at heart.  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  aid can make anything toJ order in tin, copper or sheet iron.-   Send  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  dward  ing  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, 4^ ���������������������������RPHY  Enderby  mawpm. ���������������������������_���������������������������������������������******������������������*������������������  ���������������������������"n^n-^uwri^*!"*-!  j^ J|> ty %*g$ JE H& J|\la^ n  ���������������������������>:;��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� -1--/SH ;j$s%:i  /vfe-J^^'V^* "���������������������������<���������������������������"���������������������������  vv  . ���������������������������* ,r J  \ h ".  '&r  ���������������������������Get "More Money"  for Muskrat, Wolves, Mink, Foxes, Lynx, White Weasel,  Beaver, and other Fur Bearers collected in your section.  SH7P YOUR FURS DIRECT to "SHUBERT" the largest  house in ihe World dealing exclusively in NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS  a reliable���������������������������responsible���������������������������safe Fur House with an unblemished reputation existing* for "more than a third ot a century," a Ions sr.C;  cesstui record of sending Fur Shippers prompt,SATIS FACTOR V  AND PROFITABLE returns. Write for "Cfje &t)ubtrt fet)i������������������ptr,"  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  Write for it-NOW-it's FREE  AR QHI1RFRT !������������������/������������������ 2527 west Austin ave.  . u. oriUol_i\l, inc. DeptcmcmcAGo.u.s.A.  single appearance of a lost notice in llie columns  of 'the Press.  F R E S  FIS  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  .$  ..   _ .          '  IU  HALF-HOLIDAY OK HALF-DAY OFF?  When discussiiiu tliis half-holiday question.  Thai every slate in ihe United Stales will event- |  illy i>*o dry. and lhal the government immcdi-i|  civ must begin consideration of the work of rc-*f ljv  placing lhc $*V_7,()uU0U0 liquor tax, was the dec  iarat'uin made a few days ago by Representative  E. J. Mack  ieeins lo us lhal n distinction should he made he-"! Fitzgerald, chairman of the House appropriation's  Iwcen a ���������������������������"half-holidav" and a '"lialf-dav oil"."-   If i committee..  ery, Feed & Sale Stables f  ENDERBY, B. C.  se  ���������������������������I  we mean by a half-holiday���������������������������a legal half-holiday j  "compulsory-!)}' Haw���������������������������lliaHt should be a holiday -1  for all classes, intended lo be an inslilulion ol'j  service and recreation for the people as a whole. I  then we think all will agree lhal it should lie on i\]  day lhal can he so observed���������������������������by lhe schools, lhe  hunks, the factories, and all public business.  Ih:l if we mean lhal She legal weekly half-holiday  A,  ASK TARIFF CHANGES  Recently lhe Council ol" Agricullurc. reprcscm , ..  ing lhe. organized farmers of Canada, passed reso-j |  lu'tions urging thai as a means of bringing about) |  much needed reforms, and at the same lime re-��������������������������� .  Good Rigs;   Careful Driv- %  I ers; Draying of all kinds.      f  up ������������������  3-"  Comfortable and-Commo-**  -f dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  band-seekers  and  Tourists in-  m;i ii  uuiiwii null ;iu- ���������������������������i\m** ������������������Liivi_.  ii'iii-iiiMiu.n,u,mi.  .,vv,.vw  -_ ,~     Land-seekers  and  'lour  is to enable the clerks in lhe stores to have a half- ilueing lhe cosl ol living, now proving such a bur-, | vited togiveus a trial,  day oil' on a day lhat will mean tlie least loss of; den  on   lhe  people  of  9������������������"������������������<^. .1!^  business to the merchanls. Ihen  objection lo the mid-week. Th;  holiday has meant thus far. ami if il is to be held  on Thursday lhal i.s all il can mean in lhe future,  and we shall have lost whal should be made, the  mosl valuable inslilulion in lhe development of  lhe social and recreative side of community life.  "ke  anv  of  the  u-re can be 110'should be amended: 1st. by reducing the customs,  is all lhe half-; duties on goods imported from Great Britain lo   ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ''One-half the rales charged under thc general tariir!  and thai further gradual uniform 'reductions be!  made in lhe remaining laiill" on British imports;  that will insure absolute  i'i  social and recreative side ol  a  small  community,  sav  ree trade between Greal  Britain and Canada in live years; 2nd. that the reciprocity agreement of 1911. which still remains  towns in the Okanagan. Thursday afternoon oil"Ion the United Stales statute books be accepted by  for  the clerks  does  not  mean,  and  never  can ! the Parliament of Canada; and, 3rd, that all loocl  'slull's nol included in the reciprocity agreement,  mean, a half-holiday for the community, lor me  reason lhat the commimily. its schools, ils factories, ils lianking institutions, and its public  business ollices. etc.. cannol close. In Fnderby.  for instance, il means a half-day oil" I'or say half  a dozen clerks, while, in most instances, the proprietors of the storse have lo be in Iheir ollices  al work behind closed doors. The clerks, perhaps, enjoy the half-day. but the business of the  community proceeds as usual, except I'or the inconvenience caused lo many by lhe closing of the  stores lhe half-day. It seems lhat \\v are on Ihe  wrong track when we subvert so valuable an in-  slitution as a weekly half-holiday to business considerations, and deprive ourselves ol" ils helpful  'together wilh agricultural implements, farm machinery, vehicles, fertilizer, coal, lumber, cement  and ifluminaling fuel and lubricating oils bc  placed on lhe free list.  As these la rill* reductions will, very considerably  reduce lhc national revenue derived from that  source, the Council recommends thai in order to  provide the necessary additional revenue for carrying on the government of thc counlry and for  the 'prosecution of the war lo a successful end.  direct taxation be imposed: On unimproved land  values, including all national resources; a heavy  gradual inheritance tax on large estates; a lax on  the profits of corporations over 10 per cent.  USE  MADE-IN-CANADA  STEEL BARBELS  For your Gasoline or Coal Oil instead of Leaky Wooden Ones  43 Imp. Gal. Galvanized Barrel, $5.50  BLACK  BARRELS AT  LOWER  PRICES  Write for  particulars to  THE SMART-TURNER MACHINE CO.  LIMITED  HAMILTON, CANADA.  FOR RENT���������������������������Brick cottage; six  rooms nnd surfiicc (brick) cellar  iill in good condition and close to  mill.   Apply, Walker Press.  Southbound  10.45 lv.  11.18  11.34  11.49  12.15  13.03  13.25 nr.  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  ENDERBY  Armstrong  Vernon  Okanagan Ldg  Northbound  ar. 18.15  17.58  17.14  16.50  16.30  15.45  lv.15.30  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  \j. i\ A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderb>  '    fl  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining righls of the Domin- *  ion in .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberla, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years al an annual rental of SI  an acre. Nol more than 25G0 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application  for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  lhe Agent of sub-Agent of the dislrict 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 bc staked out by  the 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 royalty shall be paid on lhe.me.r- ,_  Thantable-output-oK-the-n-iinc-atthe���������������������������  rale of five cents per tori.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish thc Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay lhe royalty thereon.  If thc coal mining righls arc not  operated, such returns should be  furnished al least once a year.  The lease will .include the coal  mining rights only, bul the lessee  may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be 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 the Interior.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  C.  P. R. TIMETABLE  1  1 Thursday, December 28, 1916  c  ���������������������������f  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  With every  cash $10  purchase  from now  until New  Years we  .>  are giving- a  box of Al  Apples  absolutely  free  Leave orders at the store for dry  Cord Wood.    Plenty of it;  W. J. Woods  vj  Every Act in the Day is a Bead on the Thread of Life  ���������������������������: ���������������������������      Start the New Year by acquiring-the "hourly record habit."   Time has been represented as two great oceans, the Future ahd thc  -   connected by a narrow channel���������������������������the Present.   We can only utilize it .as it passes, through our little channel.    .Our. mill  7  with the water of time tliat is passed.   So let's keep grinding-in,the~channel of-the present.   -  can   never   g  Past,  rind  APPEALS FOR DEFINITE STATEMENT  feared; that an interchange, of views Would clear  the wa>y atleast-Tor a conference and- niakc Jhe  "In the measure to he taken to secure the future permanent, concord of tlid nations .a. hope of the  says  the appeal senV by 1 immediate future/and .a conceit of nations im-  " "   mediately, practicable. . Y    y,   V  : ' "The President is not proposing peace; he is not  even offering mediation. He* is merely proposing  lhat soundings be taken in order that we may  learn���������������������������thc neutral nations with thc belligerents���������������������������  NOVEMBER -WEATHER  ���������������������������^ r*  r..    Z     =  T-  c  peace of thc world,'  President Wilson to the warring nations ofyEur  ope* "the peoplcaiid the government of tlie United  States are as vitally and directly interestetl as the  governments now at.war. Their'interest, moreover, in the means to be adopted to relieve the  smaller and weaker peoples of the world of the  peril of wrong and violence is as quick and ardent  as that of any other people or goverrinVe'nt. They  stand rcady,and even eager, to co-operate in the  accomplishment of these ends, when/the waris.'  over, with every influence and resource at their-hopes for a response which will bring'a new light u  how near tlie haven of peace may bc.fgr' which all  mankind longs with an intense and increasing  longing.   He believes that the spirit in which hc  speaks and the objects which he seeks will be un-l)J  dcrstbodby all concerned;  and,he confidently j ];j  (5  1  9  -3  "4  5  6  7  78  9  10  command. But the war must first be'concludcd.  Thc terms upon which it is lo bc concluded they  are not at liberty to suggest; but thc President  docs feel that it is his right and his duly to point  out their intimate interests in its conclusion, lest  it should presently be too late to accomplish the  greater things which lie beyond  the situation of neutral nations  hard to cndurc,.bc rendered altogether intolerable,  and, lest more than all, an injury be done to civilization itself, which can never bc atoned for or  --repaired*;  into'thc affairs of the world.'  GALLANTRY IN THE TRENCHES  15  16  17  18  A bombing party of'eight had gone out in thc j Jo  They did nol return." When morning came 21  99  23  2-1  to ,eco   nh h the nig,,t   Thcy dld "������������������l ^turn." When morning came  its conch..ion lM? lhc reSin,enl Pictured their comrades lying woun-  now ox^Sd\n^dcd and d>'inS in lhc lmicl and thc decaviSg corn.  ^ZrSSwSS?  Jf they could only know for certain Vhat had  20  27  happened, it would be a relief of a sort. But how  to know?    It was broad daylight; thc German  _s_nipers_wei:e_iii_position ;-*cvcnUo-pu t-onels-heud+||  over thc parapet meant death.   Suddenly a Calli-i���������������������������  olic chaplain attached to thc regimen I, "came up1'  36  32  35  35  ���������������������������26  18  29  , 33  27  23  12  0  19  10  8  8  19  26  23  ,  93  25  23  10  99  27  30  29  99  53  53  42  .'43  45  .41  37.  46  4 (i  '39  27  25  26  34  33  34  33  36  ,37  34  35  36  32  30  34  38  41  .43.  '17  21  7  8  19  23  8  13  19  n  15  19.  7  24 "  25  26  14  10  M  11  10  13  99  ~8  7  8  12  21 .  25 - vi  .17,  .29   *  Remarks  Pari  clear  .14  .15  v-i  \y..  1  1st* snow.  Cloudy  Clear'  Part .clear  Part clear  Clear  Cloudy  Part clear  Clear  Clear  Part clear  Pi cl snow  Part clear  Part clear  Pari clear  Part clear  Clear  Part  clear  ������������������>     >>  Part clear  Clear   Clear.  .'', V -  J%  v������������������l  -*(*'4-'i"l>.ff  t-- ***���������������������������-# ji 1 *-# -V'^VTCl  ��������������������������� -  ��������������������������� S. ;m -v.-F-J-feS.sr  ��������������������������� Hir-T-.  to the firing line and asked to be allowed to go out  in fronl and try to find llie bodies.  After some hesitation his request1 was granted,  j Wearing his surplice and with the crucifix in his  "Thc President therefore feels altogether justified in suggesting an immediate opportunity for a  comparison of views as to the terms which must  precede those   ultimate   arrangements for thc  peace of thc world which all desire, and in which  the neutral nations as well as those at war are  rea'cly to pit  contest must  fined ends.by  belligerents  after millions  offered up until in one or thc other there is noViVV i "   "TV"';;1 : ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� *" "-������������������i' "*"���������������������������  more to offer, if resentments must be kindledthat, H d?*'n near "w German-wire entanglements.  e engendered from   "Ie kfU '"P���������������������������}���������������������������-   J hen with the same calm step  ihe returned to his,own lines. He had (our identity  21""'3S    17 % Part   clear  21    30    18 Clear  8 clear days: 19 part clear, 3 cloudy  WHY NOT AN EMBARGO?  Thc  West   Yale  Review,  printed  at Hope, has been forced to suspend  :The,NEVER-FAIi: will enable ybitfV VT  toVcut"7 out. waste,-"smell, - danger, 'bfS77^S  explosion 'from * evaporation,*^. ahdrVV  keep, clean. ������������������������������������������������������-"You ,can .'keep your/" Vr  house���������������������������your hands���������������������������your clothes���������������������������r \ '��������������������������� .*'  CLEAN* all-the time; and'.save; eat- V "-**  or sell your potatoes, apples and * - .-  onions, -instead of using .fhem to*  plug spouts with. -  -    PRICE, ONLY $2.50 ",-     '   '*  Enderby Hardware Co.  Armstrong  Rink  Skating every afternoon and  evening. . Band in attendance every Tuesday evening.  Barkman  CITY OF ENDERBY  Tenders for Cordwood  fEXDERS are hereby invited for  (ten) cords 4-ft. wood, to be de-  can never.cool and despairs be  which there can bc no recovery, hopes for peace   r      ���������������������������   1      ,       ,- .   , ,,   ;���������������������������-,;- ",*"''iini.wCiv.no^ CIK11���������������������������n,i  :,,  n,:c  ��������������������������� -   -J'    ���������������������������-'- - ' discs in hand, and reported that lhc Germans had J n������������������^-sp������������������������������������pei.s suspend  in  tins  and of thc concert of free peoples will be rendered  vain and idle.  "The life of thc entire world has been profoundly affected. Every part of the great family of  mankind has felt the burden and terror of This  unprecedented contest of arms. No nation in the  civilized world can be said in truth to stand out of  its influence-or.to be safe against its disturbing  effects. And yet thc concrete objects for which it  is being waged have never been definately stated.  "The leaders of the several belligerents have, as  has been said, staled those objects save in general  terms. But, stated in general terms, they seem tlie  same on both sides. Never yet have the authoritative spokesmen on cither side avowed thc precise  objects which would, if attained, satisfy them and  their people that the war had been fought out.  The world has been left to conjecture what definite results, what political or territorial changes  or readjustments, what stage of military success  even, would bring thc war to an end.  "It may be that peace is nearer than we know;  lhat tlie terms which the belligerents on thc one  side and on the other would deem it necessary to  held up four khaki caps on thcii  that the olher four were prisoners in  MOTHER KNEW  Uniled Stales lo get the war prices,  thus creating war prices at home,  lhere is going to be more than thc   ong-  nflcs, indicatingisuffering  Canada  of   ours.     Two  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, City Clerk.  City Mall, Dec, 21st. 1916.  their hands.  "Laura," said that young lady's mother, "il  seems to mc that you had the gas turned rather  low while young Smartly was here last evening.  "It was solely i'or economy, mamma," answered  the maiden.  "There is no use trying to beat thc gas company, my daughter. I have noticed thaUhc shutting off of tlie gas is always followed by a corresponding increase of pressure."  "Well, that lessens lhc waist, doesn't il mamma,  dear?" replied the artless girl. And her fond  parent made no answer.  PROFESSIONAL  insist upon arc not so irreconcilable as has been builders.  When the people can be made to understand  that it actually cost's more in time and money to  travel over a poor road lhan it docs lo travel over  a good one, they will bc less inclined lo begrude  the expense of good roads, and will hc willing lo  put the business in lhe hands of competent road  thirds of thc pulp wood supply of  the Uniled Slates from which newsprint is made is imported from  Canada, and a U. S. commission appointed to investigate thc newsprint cost in thc Slates, reported thc  actual manufacturing cost of newsprint to be 81.05 a hundred. Yel  in Canada, the price of newsprint  has jumped to 6 cents a pound, and  slill i.s climbing. An embargo on a  lol of things grown and made in  Canada, at least until the Canadian  market is laken care of, would soon  check the upward tendency of a  prices.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  ^.C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURAN'CE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  WHEELER  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodtrc No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full rnoon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  W. J. LEMKE  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hnll. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  W. O. PELL. C. C.  H. M. WALKER K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hnll suitable forConcorts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rntw. etc.. address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby /0  5V^  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 28, 1910  measles. J have not seen Elmer  Black yel as he was oul when I was  at their camp. One thing we get  lots of here i.s rain ancl mud."  CITY OF ENDERBY  as possible for the new outbreak oj  .submarine warfare which ihey  firmly believe will follow their rejection of Germany's peace offer.1;,  it is known here thai before any  ollicial mention of peace was ma-Jc.  President "Wilson was informed lhat  Germany slill had a big card lo play  and Britain has no doubt whal that  card is. For Ihe last three months.  Germany has been using submarines  which are far larger than those sent  out earlier in the war, and which  are thus able to operate to greater  distances from the bases and for a  much'longcr lime. They ii-ivi: been  exacting a heavier toll of neutral  and Allied shipping.  Conscription of Wealth as Well  Thc Victoria Trades and Labor  Council a few days ago look definite  action wilh reference to the plans  of lhe National Service Commission.  The plans of thc Commission were  condemned by the council, unless  there should bc coupled with the  work already outlined lhe assurance of the Dominion authorities  that no conscription proposals  should be considered in the course  of the Commission's work which  did not provide for the enforced  service of wealth, and thc means of  wealth production as well as thc  conscription of man-power, and.  further, lhat any proposals of such  a character should be,put before the  people in referendum form before  going inlo effect. *  Newsy Squib from Corp. Airth  Under recenl date Corp.'R. Airth  writes: "On Dec. 1st I went on night  duly, as wardmaster.    The work is  not'hard but  rather long hours  caught a fierce cold and it is staying rigid  wilh  mc.    A  lot of men  came in with colds, and it i.s who  can cough the loudest.    Out of the  215 beds there arc only four vacant.  Patients are coming and  going all  ihe time.   I saw Mr. Corpe.   Hc has  heen   in   Ihe   hosnilal  Avith   grippe.  T also saw Mr.  Russell.    Art  Bush  and Percy LeRoy are tied up with  NOTICE  Public Nolice is hereby given to  the Eleclors of the Cily of Enderby  that I require the presence of the  said Electors al lhe Cilv Mall, Enderby, on MONDAY, the' 8th day of  a unary, 1917, at 12 o'clock noon,  or the purpose of electing persons  lo represent them in lhe Municipal  Council as Mayor and Aldermen;  also for the purpose of electing persons lo represent them on the Board  of School Trustees in place of  James McMahon and Gordon Murdoch, who have resigned, and Andrew A. Faulkner, whose lerm has  expired.  The mode of Nominalion of Candidates shall be as follows: The  Candidate shall be nominated in  writing; lhe writing shall be subscribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder,  and' shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between  Ihe dale of this notice and 2 p.m.  of the day of nominalion: the said  writing may be in the form numbered 5 in ihe Schedule of lhe Municipal Elections' Act, and shall  slate the names, residence, and occupation or description of each  person proposed, in such manner  as sufficiently to identify such can  didalc; and in the event of a  being necessarv, such poll wi  opened on THURSDAY, the  day of January, 1917, at the  Hall, Enderby, of which every  son i.s required lo take notice  govern himself accordingly.  '"'he qualifications for a person  lo be nominated and elected Mayor  are: Thai such person i.s a male  Brilish subject of lhe full age of  twenty-one ycars: is not disqualified under any law, and has been  I'or the six months ncxl preceding  lhe day of nominalion the registered owner', in Ihe Land Registry  Office, of land or real properly in  the city of Ihe assessed value, on  the lasl Municipal Assessment Roll,  of one thousand dollars, or morf.  over and above any registered  judgment or charge, and who is  otherwise duly qualified as a municipal voter.  Thc. qualifications for a person  to be nominated and elected as; an  Alderman are: That such person  is a male British subject of the full  age of twentv-one vears: is no! dis-  day of nominalion the registered,- owner, in thc land registry oflice, of land or real property  in the said school district, of the  assessed value on thc last municipal assessment roil, of five hundred dollars or more, over and  above any registered judgment or  charge, and who is otherwise qualified to vole al an election of school  trustees in the said School District.  Given under inv hand al lhc Citv  Mall, Enderbv, B.C., this 28lh day of  December, 1916.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Reluming Officer.  CITY OF ENDERBY  A meeting will be held at  "Weekly Half-Holiday Acl"  NOTICE  poll  II be  11 Ih  Cily  p Grand  qualified   under  any  law,  and  has  been  for the six months next preceding the clay of nomination  the  registered    owner,    in    thf.    Land  Registry   Office,   of   land   or   real  properly   in   Ihe   city   of   assessed  value on the last Municipal Asscss-  jmcnl  Roll, of five hundred dollars,  for more, over and above any rcgis-  ���������������������������jlcrcd jiu'lginenl or charge, and who  i.s   otherwise   duly   qualified   as   a  municipal   voter.  The qualifications for a person  lo be nominated and elected as a  School Trustee arc: That such  person i.s a Brilish subject of the  full age of twenty-one vears. actually residing wilhin thc School  Dislrict. and has been for lhc  six    months    next    preceding    thc  Public Notice is hereby given to  lhe Electors of lhe City o'f Enderby  that I require lhe* presence of lhe  said Electors at a poli to be held'  al the City Mall, Enderbv, on  THURSDAY, the lllli day of 'January, 1917, for the purpose of determining by their voles whether the  weekly half-holiday lhc observance  of which is enacted in lhc "Wceklv  Half-Holiday Act," shall be held oh  Saturday or on some other day of  lhe week.  The said  poll  wilh bc taken  by  ballot on the following questions':  Are   you   in   favor  of  Monday half-holidav?  Are   you   in   favoV  of  Tuesday ���������������������������half-holiday?  Are   you   in   favor  of  "Wed nesd ay ha I f-hol i d a y  Are  you  in   favor  of  Thursday half-holiday?  Arc  you  in   favor  of  Friday half-holiday?  Are   you   in   favor  Saturday half-holiday  Thc choice of each votci  indicated by placing a . cross  (thus X) opposite lhe day favored  for a half-holiday, and I'he day approved by a majority of the said  Eleclors will, on and aflcr Ihe 1st  day of February, 1917, be lhe day  fixed for such half'-holday in the  City of Enderbv. ,    '  The said poll will be open from  9 o'clock a.m. till 7 o'clock, p.m.  Given under mv hand at the Ciiy  Hall, Enderby, B.C., this 28th day  of December. 1916.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Returning Officer.  Enderby, in K.of P. Hall on  Saturday/Dec. 30, at 1.30 **���������������������������  to which ALL WOMEN are CORDIALLY INVITED  This meeting will deal with the Political situation as it  affects Women, with a view to the formation of a League  of Women Voters in the  Northern Okanagan  Valley.  ol  9  a  a  a  a  a  a  weekly  weekly  weekly  weekly  weekly  weekly  will be  MRS. E. T. ROBSON, president of the Woman's Club.  Enderby, in the chair. Speakers, MISS SEYMOUR^  Hon. Organizing Secretary, and MRS. ROBSON.  Please come and bring your friends. Light Refreshments  will be provided FREE OF CHARGE.  WANT ADVERTISEMENTS  "Want advertisements, two cents  per word first insertion, onc ocr.t  per word each subsequent insertion,  payable on handing in of copy.  WANTED���������������������������Tp  cash;   fresh  milker   and  Press Office.  purchase   for'spot  cow.    .Must be good  quid.     Apply.    ]),  ' 21.  LET ME THANK YOU,  FRIENDS AND PATRONS OF  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT,  FOR YOUR GENEROUS PATRONAGE OF THE PAST YEAR  AND MAY 1917 BRING TO n  YOU THAT PROSPERITY SO  EARNESTLY DESIRED AND  RICHLY DESERVED.  H  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietoi  LOST��������������������������� Black and white steer, 18  months old: branded, G.A. Geo.  Andrews. North Enderby.       3t  Straw Ballot Asked to be Taken  on Question of Weekly Half-Holiday  ���������������������������- LLhas^beciusuggesIecULo_the_Jie_w^najieis^JLllicVYaIlcw^LhaVtlie>L_coiiz-  ducl straw ballots on lhe question of the proposed weekly half-holidav,  in order lo learn how ihe various towns in the dislrict stand, so as to  avoid the possibility of one town going for Thursday and another for  Saturday. The Press i.s therefore printing a ballot this week and will  endeavor lo announce Ihe result nol only in Enderby but also in the  other Valley towns on .Ian. 'Jib. If you are interested in lhe half-h"!'-  day.question you are asked to clip oul Ihe ballot below, mark a cross  in lhe space after the day you favor ancl bring or send the ballot io  the Press ollice, where a box will Vie provided for the ballots. It i.s not  necessary to sign your name,    .lust mark the ballot.  ^  WIIICII DO YOU PRKFEIVFOR I'HE  WEEKLY  IIALF-IIOLIDAA   COMING EVENTS  All notices of concerts, meetings,  socials, etc., under this head, two  cents per word first insertion, one  cent per word each subsequent insertion, payable, on giving in of  copy. ���������������������������-.:���������������������������*-V.-; ���������������������������  Don't forget the bard times dance  to be given next Monday night in K.  of P. Hall in -aid of lhc Hospital.  We carry a full line of  f������������������rnPPriPQ  Flour' Feed and Cereals,  VJiUv/Cl ICO  which   are always fresh  and prices low.  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  vl  TEECE & SON,  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  THIS CARD "MOST BE FILLEO IN AND mOMPTLY HETURNED BY ALL MALES BETWEEN THE AGES OF 16 AND S3 INCLUSIVE.  Tllt'HSDAV  Al-TIvHNOON  OH  NATIONAL  SERVICE.  CANADA.  SATl'MDAY .AFTKKXOOX  -.. *-, !'���������������������������'���������������������������"& \  tS-um*.  WE WISH TO THANK OUR  MANY PATRONS FOR THEIR  LIBERAL PATRONAGE THE  PAST YEAR. AND AT THE  SAME TIME TO CONVEY TO  ALL OUR SINCERE WISH  THAT THE OPENING YEAR  MAY BRING TO EACH AND  ALL THE BLESSINGS OE  PEACE AND PROSPERITY.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  4. Namo of city, town, I                              ���������������������������   '   .  village or Post Oflice /  . ._ ~    5. In what country   \  6. In what country was >  your father born?  ( _ ���������������������������   -   7. In what country wai \  10. Mow much timo have you lost 1  15. Which are you���������������������������married, ]  16. How many persons fcesides \  17. Whal aro you working at for a living? _  - ���������������������������   18. Whom do you work for?  . ....���������������������������      19. Have you a trade or profession ? ��������������������������� ���������������������������   20. If so, what ?..  21. Are you working now?    22. It not, why?   23. Would you be willing to change your present work for other necessary work at the same pay during the war ? _   24. Are you willing, if your railway faro is paid, to leave whore you now live, and go to some other place in Canada to do such work?..  INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING IN THIS CARD ARE ON THE OTHER SIDE.       IT ASKS 24 QUESTIONS.      COUNT VOUR ANSWERS  ton  'ftjm&'sfoi}?  ^reefflfe1;

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