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 ���������������������������tr-  ff-  Enderby, B. C, March 35, 1917  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. -10; No. 3;  Whole No. 455  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Van-  Bat-  war-  En-  Miss A. B .Faulkner is visiting at  the coast.  Mrs. J. f>. Ruttan left on Salurdav  for Vanderhoof.  Air. Geo. Alurdoch left Alonday  on a trip to Alberta points.  Air. Congrieve, of the Bellevue  Hotel, Sicamous, visiled Enderby  this week.  Air. E. S. Stevens returned on  Saturday from a business trip to  Minneapolis.  Win. Faulkner and Jimmy AIc-  Alahon visited friends in Bevel-  stoke last .week.  The death of Air. Wm. H. Adams  occurred at his home near Armslrong ou( the 10th inst.  " Air. .1. S. .lohnslonc has been seriously ill tlac past week, but is now  recovering satisfactorily.  VV.- V: Funk left Alonday for  couver to join the Forrcstry  talion for overseas service.  Jno.  O'Neill,  deputy  game  den   for  lhe  dislrict,  was  in  derby Friday and Saturday.  A cable was received Wednesday  reporting Ptc. .1. Funk wounded  and in a hospital in England.  Corp. ,1. C. English from Vernon.  and Ptc. J. E. Baird from Sicamous  . spent Sunday wilh  their  families.  Joe   St." George    came   in   from  Chase   Wednesday,   where, hc  has  been employed the past six winter.  Airs. C..P.  Byan  has enjoyed  a  visit    from    her    sister,   Aliss   AIc-  Dougail, of Nelson, the past week  or len days.  Aliss E. Al. Patterson, of Okanagan Landing, spent lhe week end  wilh Miss Elsie Campbell, of lhe  King Edward'Hotel.  Air. Wm. Witala, one of the pioneers of Mara, visited Enderby this  week. Air. Witala has one of the  choice small farms of thc Aiara  district.  Mrs. Howard Logan left for Victoria- last Friday, where Lieul.  Logan is taking a short course in  the ollicers1 school preparatory to  going overseas with the next draft.  Perhaps it is not out of plyc" to  suggest lhat the nexl lime the  bicvele bv-law is to he discussed in  the'Cilv Council, boxing gloves for  two should be added to the agenda.  Mr. C. B. Winter was called to  Vicloria the pasl week to the bc.l-  side of his son, who had to undergo  an operation for npjjcnuicitis. Al  J asUrepo rUlhcU acUwjtsJ m proving,  satisfactorily.  The next meeting of the Woman's  Club will bc held at ihe house of  Miss Forster, Enderby, on Saturday  March 17, al 2.30 p.m. Subject,  "Woman in the Ali nisi ry,". speaker,  Aliss Sevmour.  W. H. Barrows returned a week  ago from Chase, where he had  been for two months in the employ  of thc big saw mill there. He reports great activity at lhal point in  the lumber industry.  Miss Lucile Barrows has received a certificate from the Remington Typewriter Co. for proficiency in touch typewriting, at a  'net-speed of 3<1 words a minute Ior  ten consecutive minulcs.  Word has been received Irom  Capt. J. H. G. Baird that he is back  from the Somme front, and has  been promoted to major. He expects to return lo France in a lew  weeks, and longs lo be back to Enderby and his Hupel home.  Enderby merchants are considering closing their stores al 8 o'clock  Saturday evening, Miu-ch 2<lth in  order that they may see lhe Bailie  of the Somme pictures at the Opera  Mouse. Patrons should bear this in  mind and do their Saturday shopping early.  Mr. D. A. McLeod spent a lew-  days at his Endcrhy home the end  of'last week from his lumber camp  near Chase. He slates thai logging  operations in that district arc in  full swing, wilh plenty of men U  handle the work, and prcdicis a j  good season for the lumber mills.  Horses, he says, are selling at sjtfiOO  a team over there, aud lhe farmers  who have heavy teams for sale are  leaping a harvest at these prices.  Mr. and Airs. Gilford retur.ned  last week from a trip to Spokane,  Wash., wherc a few weeks were  enjoyed wilh friends.    Air. Gillord  was surprised on the way home to  see just out of Spokane vast acres  of field truck being cultivated, the  vegetable plants appearing eight  inches or a foot above ground. It  is diflicult lo realise that lhere is  this difference in lhe advance of  the season over condilions in this  part of the Okanagan.  PUBLIC DEBATE  "Bcsolved, that the Pen is  Mightier than the Sword," is the  subject of a debate to be held in the  assembly.hall of Fortune School on  Friday evening, March 16th, at 8  o'clock. The affirmative will be-  supported by Thomas McKay and  Elmer Grant, while the negative  will bc taken by William Faulkner,  and Douglas Dow.  In the high school considerable  attention is being given to that  phase of student life which involves the' essential principles of  efiord in public debate of these slu-  public address. This is the maiden  dents and we are sure they will be  accorded, a mosl sympathetic and  interested hearing. Encouragement by attendance of parents and  friends at-such "a function goes a  long way-in stimulating intcrost in  the study,of public-expression. ,A  mosl cordiah invitation is, extended  to the citizens of-Enderby lobe  present. Mayor Dill will occupy  the chair and Dr. Keith, Mr. Rosoman. and Mr. Skaling will- act as  judges of the debate.  You' are missing a "rare treat if  you fail to, enjoy that chicken dinner at; the King Edward-Sunday  evening. . ....  a discussion on  city by-laws a  CITY COUNCIL MEETING ,  All members of the Cily Council  were present at thc regular meeting held Alonday evening except  Aid. Gaylord.  In thc course of  the enforcement o  rather healed exchange of opinion  took place between Aid.Poison and  Aid. Fravel and thc Mayor, on the  question of the bicycle by-law, but  as this was of a general nature and  this by-law was nol up for consideration the fire subsided after  the incipient flare-up. '  By-law 105 %yas int oduced by  ���������������������������Aid. Coltart, amending the health  bylaw in relation to the keeping of  cows within thc city limits. The  bylaw passed two readings, and it  increases the number of,cows from  one lo two on a cily Jot, and  makes room foivthc keeping ol  pigs.  Aid. Poison -reported on  matter of erection of smoke-houses  within the fire limit, and on the  strength of his recommendation lhe  Council- found no cause for complaint'against lhe "erection of the  smokehouse by-Air. G. R. Sharpe,  oii\ his   making -application   for. a  'been informed by lhe'tenants lhat  the owner of the building declined  to have water installed, and thai  lhe tenants carried ' enly a small  quantity.' ���������������������������  After due considertion the Council decided lo invest $1,500 of the  sinking funds of the city in Dominion War' Saving Certificates,  and 60,000 in thc newly issued  Dominion war loan maturing Alar.  1st, 1937.  Alonday, Apr. 23rd, was set as  the date for sitting of the Court,of  Revision of the assessment roll.  Following accounts were passed  RED CROSS WORK  The statement for thc month of  February shows:  jProceeds of teas  i Expenses'      (Prisoners of- war  .Patriotic  Fund   .  The  ' following  also  .two  lhc  .B. N. Bailey, police dept.  JR. N. Bailey,       "      .....  .'Workman's Compensa. Bd.  I K. of P., Hall rent   I Okanagan Saw Mills     [B.C. Anli-T'b. Society  ....  jThc Walker Press, ptg.. ..>. .  50.40  iA. C. Skaling, legal  fees....    5.00  8.G0  .$56.65  21.00  13.43  3.00  33.36  35.00  gratefully       acknowledged   839.20  :...'.....   13.75       8.00       5.00  donations    are  .1  ' *1  il  Mr.  'A. Reeves, stationery ....  Okanagan Telephone: Co..  buflding p arm it in compliance with  6.25  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  Thc treasurer of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund acknowledges the  following contributions received  since publication of the last lislr  J A. Dow  Rev.  the Maw.  | In   the -case   of-"Wing.-Miss E;*Cooke  ���������������������������uhung,   it  was   reported   thai  building erected by him,would  the' Okanagan   Saw  Mills,   Lid.'  not  F  Stevens  again be.-used'as a smokehouse and'i.L \\. Gilford  ..  would be done away wilh. -  ' jC. C.  Fravel   . .  Aid. Poison reporicd.on the com-'; Gus, Schultz -. . .  plaints which had been .registered !E. Foreshr ...  against certain business premises,; Airs. .!.,Gaylord  which had no water -tap on lhe IF. A. Adams,.,  premises carrying water from taps"  on other premises.  .������������������ 6.00  . - -3.00  : :.5.0'0.  .- 2������������������. 50  , 2.50  . 1.00  . - 1.00  . l.tfff  . 2.00  .'   2.00  I'M  He said he-,had  _m  L.825:0f)  mmmm  Stevens, wood; Airs., Patton, 84.30;  Mrs. Skaling, tea; Airs. Strickland,  sugar.  Donations   to   prisoners   of  war  fund:  Girl's Guild Presbyterian ch. 818.25  Girls' Auxiliary Red Cross  Aliss Gibbs. -.   Mrs. Brown's Circle   Mrs:'' Winter      Friend   '   Mrs. Mowat  ,   '   Annual statement, from .Februarv  1916, to Jan. l.,1917: - -      "  Receipts���������������������������from- leas   ..... .$492.07  from sale of cakes ......    25.10  Collected in box      " 2.30  61.80  ' ��������������������������� ��������������������������� "-'"'!  10.00   ..-  '"'' "~\  2.00-  Y'     ~r     % "    ' I*'  2.00  ���������������������������*   'l J-l  -   .50-  ,1.10  ,  '        *-\f\  ���������������������������uarv  J-.V  Expenditure���������������������������Su ppl  '  Patriotic Fund - .  Rent   ���������������������������Light    '.'.-.  ' Chairs" : S.\:. . .':  V Prisoners-of war  v-Ambulance "Fund"  Balance in bank-  " v.       8519.47-  ies . ... .-'������������������75.20.   .- 95.50.  ���������������������������:;...vs. '87.50;  ..���������������������������:.������������������������������������������������������:... .1.81/  .ivv.vV.- 1.80,*:  WW-46.40*  ���������������������������/.;.". :/U25'.00.  -**.'..���������������������������." * "-������������������',.  ~': V - "S43'0.-21-:  - . :"    .--.89.26,:  'a?Si|  -^.--S���������������������������'"-'-r ,--' - .--:-    ���������������������������-- '8519.47'  The  raffle  of the^ quilt',recently  held,  netted  the. Red  Cross' Fund'  $56.50, and wasVvon by.Air. G. B.  JoIiDslon.       ...   , "_"'*>  ,     ��������������������������� T^   ",?%  .    '   ' V    J  ,   vfj*'. ���������������������������'**,  -% ;-* / ���������������������������.s  ^^���������������������������igrSbS  1 -"V;jk  ^���������������������������.i'St,  - % L*B   Z'  <��������������������������� ^-rcv*"  v i-?fi&.  ' *sKx^ :<���������������������������  Y~"'r~   ,.?*���������������������������*  ---"���������������������������S  r    / ^ *JS  , i. ~  v-V   &  ,  - ..^wS ,l  '     '    Ii-.'.  LLS TO CANADA-  THE FACTORY  She must have Food���������������������������  for her Armies in the Field���������������������������for Jier Workers in the Factory���������������������������in  the Munition plant���������������������������in the Shipyard���������������������������in the Mine.  THERE'S DANGER IN SIGHT-BUT YOU CAN HELP  THE FARM  Do You Know-  that the rapidly rising price of food stuffs  means that the World's reserve supply is  getting small ? . '  Do You Know���������������������������  You Can���������������������������  help  thwart  Germany's   desperate  marine thrust on the high seas.  You Can���������������������������  sub-  that a world-wide famine can only be  averted by increasing this supply ?  .  Do You Know���������������������������  that a " food famine " would be a worse  disaster to the Empire and her Allies than  reverses in the Field ?  do this by helping to make every bit of  land in Canada produce���������������������������the.very last  pound of food stuffs of which it is capable.  and Remember���������������������������  that no man can say lhat he has fully done  his part���������������������������who having land���������������������������be it garden  patch, or farm, or ranch���������������������������iails to make it  produce food to its utmost capacity.  BRITAIN appeals to. CANADA  THE  NEAREST  PRODUCER  OF STAPLE FOODS  THESE  FARM PRODUCTS  ARE NEEDED  -POR-HPQIff-  India and Argentina are more than twice the distance away and  Australia more than four times.  2625 MILES  Canada to Britain       -  6000 MILES  India & Argentina to Britain  11500 MILES  Australia to Britain  WHEAT,  OATS,  BEEF,  BACON,  CHEESE,  EGGS,  BUTTER,  POULTRY,  BEANS & PEAS,  WOOL,  FLAX AND  FLAX FIBRE,  DRIED    .  VEGETABLES  "No matter what difficulties may  face us, the supreme duty of every  man on the land is to use every thought  and every energy in the direction of  producing more���������������������������and still more.'*  Martin Burrell���������������������������Minister of Agriculture.  The Department invites every one desiring  information on any subject relative to Farm.  and Garden, to write���������������������������  INFORMATION     BUREAU  DOftMlQN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE  OTTAWA  i.t������������������^l>:~<VC������������������.'^  KMBMHEHBKJI THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, March 15, 1917  dealeth in fairy  tales about a  neighbor  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   WAI.KKK  Published  every  Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C. at  S2   per  year,   by   tlie  : i Walker   Prcs.-.   Advertising Rales:   Transient. 50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1917  FARM VALUES SHOW IMPROVEMENT  For thc whole ol' Canada lhc a vera if c value  of farm land held Tor agricultural purposes,  whether improved or unimproved, and including  the value of ������������������������������������������������������ dwelling houses, slahlcs and other  farm buildings, is approximately $41. per acre,  as compared wilh $-10 lasl'year. The average  values by provinces are as follows: Prince Ed-  warl Island, $89; Nova Scotia, $33; New Brunswick. $21); Quebec, $52; Manitoba, $32; Saskatchewan, $215; Alberla, $22; British Columbia,  $118. The higher average in Brilish Columbia  is due lo orcharding and I'ruil growing.  The average wages paid for farm lieip during  1910 reached a higher level lhan in any previous  \('..;��������������������������� [������������������������������������������������������/ wi.-j n I'Cii.ii'.s have been collected by the  statistical dcpai-lmcnl 61* lhe Government.    For  lhe whole ol* lhe Dominion thc wages per month  during the summer,  including board, aveiaged  $T3.23 for male and $22.-1(1 For female help, as  compared with $37.10 and $20.20 in 1915.   The  average value ol" board per month is returned as  $17 for males and $13 for females, the corres-j  ponding figures For 1915 being $1-1.57 and $11/15.  By provinces the average wages per month for  niales and females respectively in  the summer  season, including board, arc as follows:  Prince!  Edward Island. $31.35 and $17.81; Nova Scotia,i  -$38w-7^tn tHvl-9s-l-H=4\T ew-B i-u n swi ek . Vj>35.7J^am_U  $l().G(r,   Quebec.   $-10.79   and   $19.70;   Ontario,!  $39.41 and $20.58; Manitoba, $48.37 and $20.97; j  Saskatchewan, $18.55 and $25.6(3; Alberta, $52.28  and $29.12; British Columbia, $49.80 and $28.00.  'fhe average value ol" horses in Canada is nboj.il.  the same as" a year ago, but milch cows, other  cattle, sheep and swine show a  substantial increase and 'return values thai are higher lhan in  ,any_vear since these records began to be col lee- i  Vd, in 190'h    Hoi-ses7Three years old aiKf over;]  average for Canada $159 as against $100 in 1915;;  milch cows a.re $70 as compaied wilh $02; callle.!  between one year old and  lhree years, average j  $13  against   $38;  sheep  average  $10.18  against;  $7.90. and swine $11.98 per  100 live weight asj  against $8.58.   The average value of wool attains!  a record of 37 ceuls per pound For unwashed and:  AIM- i������������������)i washed wool.  proved, anolher point. On--both sides of the Atlantic il has proved beyond quibble thc definite  value,, of the newspaper as an advertising  medium. On this point thc Summerland-.Review  truly says:  "Whether it has been men or money called for,  or whether in an effort to stimulate the producing energies of Ihe nation, thc newspaper way of  doing it Uas never failed to bring about the de-.  sired" result. Government ollicials at Ottawa  attribute not a small measure ol" Canada's successful war finance lo llie help of lhe newspapers  of lhe country. The provincial government is  likely lo follow lhe example of The Federal���������������������������_ authorities and indulge in; advertising .campaigns  particularly lo urge llie maximum production  possible of all food stuffs.'-The-Brilish Government shattered many traditions when-in floating  the huge "on lo victory" loan il put-full page an-  nouiicemenls in lhe -metropolitan and provincial  dailies, as well as the weekly and monthly periodicals of established reputation."  6,  The edilor of lhc Kaslo Koolenain is just now  having his linotype troubles along with its joys.  One of Ihesc troubles lies in about ninety percent  of his visitors, who cail to sec his new linotype,  asking him "wherc do you put the paper in."  The editor, exasperated by his own ignorance,  threatens lo stuff a big club and bring it down  on the pate of the ncxl person asking lhat question. We use lo be asked lhe same qucsiion.  But wc didn't risk using a club. We looked thc  bloomin' machine over and showed 'cm.  COSTLY INTERLAPPING  If we mav be permitted lo suggest, Mr. Clerk  of the Weaiher. Saturday next will be the 17lh  of Ireland, after which dale curling ceases, ex-  cvpl once in a thousand years.  IMPORTANCE OF THE PRESS  'fhe newspapers of this country and of Europe  are doing more to win the war lhan mosl people  imagine, 'fhe newspaper holds a peculiar position. I! is the mouthpiece of the governments  in power, in the broader sense, just as it is the  medium through which the individual or lhe  eommunitv has of gelling complaints lo the government. "And in lhe mailer of keeping up the  heart of the people and also drawing lhe alien-  lion of the government lo weaknesses in the nek  ministration from the people's point ofview, lhe  newspaper which is honest in ils criticism and  has the courage of ils convictions, is of inestimable value lo lhe community.    And lhe war has  The annual report of the Government Telegraph Service for 1910 proves thc contention of  The Pi-ess, that thc paralleling of the Okanagan  Telephone Company's lines by the Government  system in thc Okanagan is a very costly venture  and one that rcllecls little credit upon thc Department responsible for thc construction of the  paralleling line. II is this sort of waste of public  funds which brings odium upon government-  owned public utilities. What would you say of  an individual who would haul a load of hay inlo  Enderby billed for Vernon or points south, and  refused lo use thc railway bul drove on lo lhc  point of destination because hc would be pulling  business inlo llie railway company's hands. He  would be classed as a fool, would he not? Yet  this is .precisely lhc position assumed. by the  Department in control of the Government Telegraph Service. It refuses lo connect up with thc  complete syslcm of lhe Okanagan Telephone Co.,  and lhc only excuse given is tha- lo do so would  make llie Government telephone line a "feeder"  for lhe local company. Such a-contention, is, of  course, ridiculous- Whal aboul the Okanagan  Telephone Company's lines being "feeders" for  lhe Government lines.-The local company has a  complete system covering lhe district, lt has upwards of 2000 phone subscribers who could bc  switched lo !hc Government lines, whereas, thc  Government lines lap only outlying districts and  give no service excepting from lhc calling stations, whither a person must go-if hc desires to  use thc government line. On lhc olher hand, if  the Government would co-opera le with lhe local  company instead of attcmpilng lo break inlo ils  business, and would accept lhc schedule of exchange rnf.-s drawn up by Superintendent  Stevens himself and incorporated in the agreement drawn up by the Okanagan company, every  user of lhc governmcnl line could then be pul in  direct touch wilh every one of the local company's subscribers, which would mean a com-  |7luiTrttWj]ycrativc^sei>viceras-iOj)|3osc(Ulo=lhe^pres--  ent half-service over the government lines. According to llie annual report of the Government  Telegraph Service the cosl of .maintaining these  telephone stations in the Okanagan at points  covered by Ihe local company's system, amounts  lo $8,304* per year. Virtually all of this cost  could be eliminated by giving the governmcnl  lines connection wilh lhe local company's -telethon o exchangps-Vi L_eonv.crging_.... .p.cin!s,_: The.  charge of 5c for giving connection over the Okanagan system would be far less cosily lo lhe Government and would give a complete service. It  would, furthermore, place lhe governmcnl line  in a position lo receive business from lhe Okanagan syslcm al the equitable exchange loll basis  agreed upon by Superintendent Stevens of the  government service and Manager Dobie, of the  Okanagan system. ���������������������������  The annual report for 1910 shows an. expenditure in wages, ollice rents, etc., covering lhe Kam-  loops-Okanagan lines of lhe Governmcnl service  of $28,720, and revenue, $17,942, leaving a deficit  of $10,784.  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 ahd 2x6 ��������������������������� ��������������������������� V ........ 13.00  No. 3 Cedar Bevel Siding ... .��������������������������� 15.00   '  "  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������derby  ws  rd  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, I  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  THE SO  The Greatest War Pictures ever shown  to the World, will be shown in Enderby  SATURDAY EVE, MARCH 24, 1917.  Prices,  75c, 50c and 25c; no higher  Reserved Seats now on sale.    See plan at the office of  THE WALKER PRESS--75c  EXECUTORS' NOTICE  In  thc   mall-r   of   'he   Fs'l-te  George Weir, Deceased  of  Counl Zeppelin died lasl week in lhc zenith of  his fame, hut, Ihe London Times says, al one of  the lowesl points Ihceurious ebb and how of his  fortunes ever reached. No less than six of the  monstrous air ships of which he was the originator, were destroyed in raids over England in  September, October and November.  'fhe fond mother was admonishing thc child.  "After your heavenly fnlher," said she, "comes  your earthly father; you must mind him and do  as he lells you." Bul llie intelligent child was not  lo be thus tangled up. "No, nnihia," she replied,  "after Clod comes Jesus .Christ and after Jesus  Christ, Ihe Virgin Marv."   Poor Dad.  NOTICE'is hereby given that all  persons having claims upon the  estate of the late Gcornc Weir, who  died on lhe twenty third clay of  September, A.D. J!) 16, are required  to send to- A. C. Skaling, solicitor  i'or the Executors, Messrs. T..omas  Skyrme and John Lambert, on or  before the 2nd day of April, A. I).  1017; a full statement of their  claims, and of any security held by  them, duly verified by adidavil;  and that after lhat date the Executors will proceed lo distribute ihe  assets of the Deceased among the  parties entitled thereto, having regard only for the claims thai have  been duly filed with them; and all  debts due to the said Deceased arc  to be paid to the undersigned.  Dated al Enderbv. B.C., this 28th  il rfTWf ^GbTcraryyVvrDtrl01it���������������������������  A. C. SKALING,  Solicitor for Executors.  **������������������*?  FRESH  FIS  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERB_Y,������������������B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers ;  Land-seekers  ancl  Tourists in-!  vited to give us a trial.  > ^<$>3>$*<$>$>*M4><S><M><S><^  cE#^MjS^^~sSVp ���������������������������  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining righls of thc Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberla, llie Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of Brilish Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years al an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 25(30 acres  will be leased lo 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 righls applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, aiicl  4ii--unsurveyed=-lerritor>���������������������������the^tract-  applied for shall be slaked out by  lhc applicant himself.  Each application must, he accompanied by a fee of'S5 which will be  refunded if the righls applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on Ihe merchantable oulpul.of the mine al lhe  rate of live cents per ton.  The person opera I ing the mine  shall furnish the Agent wilh sworn  relurns" accounting for thc full  quantity of* merchantable coal  mined and pay thc royally thereon.  If Ihe coal mining- rights are not  operated, such relurns should be  furnished at leiisl. once a year.  The' lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may he permilled lo purchase whatever available surface righls as may  bc considered necessary for thc  working of the mine, al lhe rate of  $10 an acre.  For full in formal ion application  should bc mode lo the Secretary of  lhc Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or ^o any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. \V. CORY,  Depuly Minister of the Interior.  N.B.--Unaulhorized publication of  Ihis fidvorlisemcnt will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  C.  P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound                    Northbound  10.45 lv.       Sicamous  ar. 18.15  11.18                   Mara  17.58  11.34              Grindrod  17.14  11.49              ENDERBY  10.50  12.15             Armslrong  10.30  13.03                Vernon  15.45  13.25 ar.     Okanagan Lrlg  lv.15.30  H. VV. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  \j. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby 0  Thursday, March 15, 1917  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  H  o  WAR LOAN  DOMINION OF CANADA  Issue of $150,000,000 5% Bonds Maturing 1st March, 1937  Payable at par at Ottawa, Halifax, St John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto,  Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Victoria, and at the Agency of  the Bank of Montreal, New York City.  INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st MARCH, 1st SEPTEMBER.  PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD.  ISSUE PRICE 96.  A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st SEPTEMBER, 1917.  THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY.  H  W)  ���������������������������  The MiNiSTr*i of Finance offers herewith, on behalf  of the Government, the above-named Bonds for Subscription at 96, payable as follows:���������������������������  10 per cent on application;  ,    30      " 16th April, 1917;  30      " 15th May, 1917;  26      " 15th June, 1917.  The total allotment of bonds of this issue will be limited  to one hundred and fifty million dollars, exclusive of  the amount (if any) paid for by the surrender of bonds  * as the equivalent of cash under the terms of the War  Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1915. v  * The instalments may be paid in full on the 16th day of  April, 1917, or on any instalment due date thereafter, .under  discount at the rate of four per cent per annum. tAll  payments are to be made to a chartered bank for the  . credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay any  instalment when due, will render previous payments liable  to forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation.  Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit of ten per  cent.of the amount subscribed, must be forwarded through  the medium of a chartered bank.. Any branch, in Canada  of any chartered bank will receive subscriptions^and issue  provisional receipts.        J V "      V "' "   ;  This loan is "authorized under'Act of the Parliament  of Canada, and both. principal and interest will be a  charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund.;  Forms of application may be obtained from any branch  , in Canada of any chartered bank and at the office of any  Assistant Receiver General in Canada.  Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars.  In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be  applied towards payment of- the amount due on the  April instalment.  Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable to bearer  in accordance with the choice of the applicant for  registered or bearer, bonds, will be issued, after allotment,  in exchange for the provisional receipts.  When the scrip certificates have been paid in full and  payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving thc  money, they may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared,  with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered  as to principal, or for fully registered bonds, when  prepared,, without coupons, in accordance with the  application.  Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will be made  through the chartered banks.  The issue will be exempt from taxes���������������������������including any  income tax���������������������������imposed in pursuance of legislation enacted  by the Parliament of Canada.  The bonds with coupons will be. iwued in denominations  of S100,  $500, $1,000.    Fully registered bonds without  .coupons will be issued in denominations of $1,000, $5,000  or any authorized multiple of $5,000  The bonds' will'be paid at maturity at par at the office  of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at  Ottawa, or at the office of the Assistant Receiver" General  at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto.  Winnipeg, Regina, .Calgary or .Victoria, or at the Agency  of the Bank of Montreal, New York City.  The interest on the fully registered bonds will be paid  by cheque, which will be remitted by post. Interest  on bonds with coupons will be paid on surrender of coupons.  Both cheques and coupons, at the option of the holder,  will be payable free of exchange at any branch 'in Canada  of any chartered bank, or at the Agency of .the Bank  of Montreal, New York City.  ,    '   , . . .,  - -*.' . _ -     -  "..Subject" to the payment of twenty-five- cents for'each-  new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds, without  coupons will Have the right to convert into/bonds of, the"  denomination of $1,000 with coupons, and holders of bonds  with coupons .will have the right to convert into fully,  registered; bonds of authorized .denominations without  coupons at any time on application to the "Minister of  Finance. - , - ' ,���������������������������'.'���������������������������-  The books of the loan will be kept at the Department  of Finance, Ottawa. ....  Application will be made in due course for the listing  of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges  Recognized bond and stock brokers having offices and  carrying on business in Canada will be allowed a commission of three-eighths of one per cent on allotments made  in respect of applications bearing their stamp, provided,  however, that no commission will be allowed in respect'  of the amount of any allotment paid for by the surrender  of bonds issued under the War Loan prospectus'of 22nd  November, 1915, or in respect of the amount of any  allotment paid for by surrender of five per cent debenture  stock maturing 1st October, 1919. No commission will  be allowed in respect of applications on forms which  have not been printed by the King's Printer.    t  ���������������������������  SUBSCRIPTIONlLIStSWILITCLOSE^ON ORT*EFORB^THE^23rd OF-MARGHt-19177  Department of Finance, Ottawa, March 12th, 1917.  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Life  By the Philo������������������opher-Physician  GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  It is really astonishing how  few people there are who properly estimate the value of the  tun's rays. A valuable lesson  on this point may be learned  by observing the lower animals,  none of which ever neglect an  opportunity to bask In the sun.  And the nearer man approaches  to the primitive condition, the  more he is inclined to follow the  example of the animals. It le  ��������������������������� natural Instinct, which clvlll-  utlen has partially destroyed In  the human race. The effect of  sunshine is not merely thermal;  Its rays have chemical and eleo-.  trleal functions. It Is more  than possible that sunshine pro-  ducee vibrations and changes of  particles In the deeper tissues  ef the body as effective as those  of electricity. Many know by  experience that the relief It affords to wearing pain, neuralglo  arid Inflammatory, is more'effective and more lasting than  that ef any application whatever. These who have' face-  ache should prove It for themselves, sitting in a sunny window, where* the warmth falls  full en the cheek. For nervous..  disability and sleeplessness the  treatment ef all others is rest  In the eunshlne.  -S-'jl  . '.'I  ���������������������������-'ll  (Cop/rtf bfc w$, by W. G. Chapman.)  WANTED  TENDERS  FOR   BREAKING, 50 ,  TO,  75    ACRES     OF    ALFALFA    \  GHOUNU    ON    THE : FORTUNE.,     ~  RANCH. ' ,, 7V'u���������������������������",.".  FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO.; 7\ I  . v' --"       -      .V   --7'7  V   N.,'e! LANDON    \''>>;.  ���������������������������on thc Ranch./'   "    \   *-'  * "   *;j  '       r   <^il*  -   "*.���������������������������������������������   ,  .     ^   ^   ,  r 4   '     Vi  -     ���������������������������; V  t *~ s  **xi  -. ''"f;i  V;VvH  ' -cJ-ci  .' ������������������"*-  Tenders'to be  1917. ���������������������������:    "-  hnJl^^rcli^Oth^^J^yO^II  PROFESSIONAL^  A  C. SKALING, B. A.     /���������������������������>,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public^.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  *"_' ^rT.-r^:  r   --. ~r          . J-!      .t  ,_-\.    '. >\\  ������������������- '$3������������������&������������������������������������7%.  y,  '   r *jt f>Tj-^n  *<'\%"-���������������������������*���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������-?>������������������.  ���������������������������s _ *.* *������������������* i/  -r.- '*' - \r  vr^^  V iW  -     * r' M^  tr-r      i.  ' -*~s*Y>'t-"?*���������������������������*;  SECRET SOCIETIES  J. C. METCALFE  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40"  Regular meetings first  Thursdayon'or aftcr'the  full moon at 81������������������. m. in Oddfellows - Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  C. H. REEVES  .Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  =.Meet.'uevery-^Monday_ievenjng^  in K.of P. Hall. -Visitors cordially invited to attend.  J. F. FRAVEL, C. t.  H. M. WALKER K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART. M,F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rntes, etc.. address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PREVENTION OF COAL SHORTAGE  The past winter wc have had a coal shortage,  and that suffering has accompanied the shortage  in some quarters is undeniable. The average person has a notoriously short memory. Thc first  day or two of spring weather and he.forgets all  about thc hardships that arc pasl, and makes no  preparation for next winter until thc first snow  comes. He then looks up the coal man. If, for  any cause, there is a shortage of coal, he finds the  coal dealer cannot supply him. The winter of his  discontent then begins, and stays with, him until  the following spring. Had he purchased his coal  in thc summer or early autumn, he would have  experieiced no hardship, and the coal shortage  would not have been felt. The thing for users of  coal in Enderby to do is to buy coal in the summer and have it delivered then. Not order it in  the summer for fall delivery. Enlarge the coal  bin and lay in a supply early in the summer.  There is another "crisis" in, the British cabinet  over the Irish question. Between the bull-  headedncss of John Bull and the hot-headedness  of the Irish, the problem is like thc Scotchman's  itch.  PLEA FOR INCREASED PRODUCTION  "Old Chadwick," for many years proprietor  of the Deer Lodge Hotel, Winnipeg, died suddenlf  at his home on March 9th. He was onc of the  best known westerners, and boasted forty years'  residence in the great wheat-belt metropolis.  For two years and a half, war, red and ruinous  has raged through thc world, and still no decision  has been reached. There is reason to hope lhat  "before 1917 closes thc struggle for liberty will  have been won, or be-greatly advanced. Amid thc  varying phases of this titanic conflict thc facl  stands out clearer than ever that agriculture  is of supreme importance. Extraordinary measures are being taken by thc allied countries to increase and encourage production. It is earnestly  hoped that every farmer in Canada will strive to  increase the food supply of the Empire. A still  powerful and unscrupulous enemy openly avows  its intention to try and sink all ships carrying supplies to England during the coming year. In the  tremendous strain yet to come a vital factor will  be an ample and unfailing flow of food to England and France.. No matter what difficulties may  face us the supreme duty of every man on the land  is to use every thought and every energy in the  direction of producing more, and still more.���������������������������  Martin Burrell, Minister of Agriculture.  Add as a prefix the letter "s" to your praying  and see what an improvement it will bring to  your orchard.  What a pity that the truth is thc most disagreeable thing one can say about thc war!  ���������������������������  The average man thinks hc has argued a case  when he otters to bet that hc is right.  FARM PRODUCE  There is a big demand now for all kinds of Farm Produce at high prices, and I can handle anything from one  sack to twenty carloads, for the local market in Vancouver or for export.     'If you have anything to sell, see me.  If you want to buy anything along this line for seed  purposes, see me.  GROW!   GROW!   GROW!     Make every acre  count this year ! This is the way we can be patriotic,  and do our fighting. Food will be needed this year as  never before!  J. E CRANE  Enderby, B. C.  Our Groceries Stock  Is always fresh and of the finest quality. Also a full line of  Robin Hood Flour, Feed and Cereals at the lowest possible  prices.  Oua Motto-1'QUALITY AND SERVICE"  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON, THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 15, 1917  NO AJLUM  Y.M.C.A.   WORK AT FRONT  not for warmI'h to bc found in thc  Y.M.C.A., I fear some would have  frozen to dcalh this winler." :  The response at lhe Sunday evening service was most liberal, and  Monday evening a representative  meeting was held V the City JIall  for ihe purpose of organizing in  order lo aid by monthly contributions the work of lhe Y.M.C:A. al  the front. Al lhis meeting a commute consisting of Messrs. Ryan,,  Keith, Welsh, Fulton and Skaling! ment Committee's proposition,which has been re  was  named  to carry on  Ihe work, j n���������������������������   in i iv  wilii  Mr. Skaling as. .secretary and " !)Ct,lcm>   cal)lu  Mr. Welsh treasurer.  Truth has nothing to fear so much as conceal-; acres it is proposed to incorporate in  the sug  men I.    There is an ominous -mystery connected  wilh that gigantic Imperial Resources Dcvclop-  BATTLE OF THE SOMME  I'll lly one-half tho reserved seats  for Tlie Baltic of the Somme have-  already be:'ii sold. The demand is  slill slrong, and if you would make  The work being done by the Y.  M.C.A.   among  our  soldiers,   was  Ihe subject of an intensely interesting   discourse    in    the    Methodist  Church  by  Mr.   II.   G.   Estabrook,  field secretary, Sunday eve. A-scries  of   facis  were  given   selling  forth  lhe   many-sided   service   rendered,  on   the  Irasports, in  the camps in  England   ancl   in   London,. and*, in j  various  parts of Ihe war zone oil]  lhe   Western   front.     The   nearest''  canteen is approximately -ten miles!  behind Ihe fi'-ing line.    In this belt  of lhe battle zone  len  miles wide,  and   extending   from-lhe   English  Channel   lo  Switzerland,  Ihe  work  of  caring  I'or  tiie  soldier  bovs  is  lefl in lhe hands of the-Y.M.C. A.  and the Red Cross.    The huts, said  Ihe speaker, vary in size from  the  liny dugout close to tho froni lin.es.  lo lhe large mosque lent capable of  accommodating 2,000  men.    In  all  these   huts   coffee  ancl   sandwiches  are served   to  the  men when  they  require it whether they pay for il  or not, and. he said, all these Y.M.  CA.   tcnls.   capable   of  accommodating   any   number   of   men,   are  placed on the regular Paris circuit  and gel the besl, picture shows thai  are going.    These also arc open to  lhe soldiers whether they  pay  the  small admission fee or not.  No mailer where these tents or  dugouts are located- they always  are ready to provide warmth and  someriiiif' to cut for the boys, tired  in most cases after long hours of  service in the trenches. Thc boys  look upon the Association as Iheir  best friend.   As one put it, "Were it  sure of gcMling  from .which to  pictures,    you  longer   making  heavy  secure  I  and  it  w  seal you  se greal  guarantee  the  see Ih  should    not  your  selecti  had lo be  desire  war  de  rom London- Strangely, per-  j'iiaps, our Canadian papers do nol lake kindly lo  lhe proposition. The proposition originated, wc  are told by cable, wilh More Ion Frcwen.' It is, in  brief, lhal lhc; Brilish treasury provide forty  millions Stirling, at lhe rate of len millions yearly lor the development of 20(),(K)(),000 acres of  fanning land in Canada. "The development of  0I1(1'Jla;(i millions of acres of new wheal lands, climatically  , _  ��������������������������� 0ivcnTo!Ave" situated and relatively accessible from Hud-  hese pictures .'for Enderby j son Bay," said Mr. Bigland, one of the promoters  vill  require ali seats to be i 01" lhe scheme, "would be a magnificent achievc-  der to clear,Winriaddmonn to" lhc' T^' We shouW ^^ ���������������������������->*������������������v** ������������������1' "ic war  live Somme reels, Mr. Gregory, has j.������������������ebt .by. creating an enhanced value m such land  securefd  two comedy reels, .which |by  preliminary   development   and   preferential  ���������������������������treatment,-.then disposing of the.'.land on a gradual payment system or otherwise. Canada would  Lcnel/t Dy the added "population and commerce.  The Empire would be made more nearly self-  supporting in wheal."  A few days ago it was stated from London that  the mailer was being taken up with lhc Canadian  ministers now lhere. It is stated that thc pro:  posa'ls* of. the committee for this means of liquidating 'the Emphc's war debt has been mosl favorably received by lhe British public.  Perhaps wc of Canada cannol see thc proposition in the same light as the promoters put il.  Perhaps in this wc are wrong. Perhaps wc arc  not.wrong. Thc population of Canada is, say  eight millions. Wc are contracting a war debt  at the rate of a million dollars a day. Every week  lhat passes sees lhe debt mount up at the rale of  one dollar for every man, woman ancl child in Uic  Dominion, or, say six dollars a week for the head  of every family. Fully one half thc population  of Canada arc dependent upon farming opera-  lions for support. Thc total agricullural land iit  Canada now under cultivation amounts to some  50.000.000 acres���������������������������one-fourth of thc number of  win be shown in order to breaK  the tension of the battle pictures.  The Somme pictures so vividly depict actual war conditions that  they are said to bear heavily upon  the~ heart, and an effort will be  made to lighten the ordeal, while  at the same time not detracting  from the lesson these war pictures  are put on to leach.  BAGDAD IN BRITISH HANDS  The. capture of Bagdad, the historic cily of Calips, famed in Oriental legends nnd the tales of the  Arabian Nights, has set ail .Britain  on lire with rejoicing over one of  the mosl striking triumphs of the  war. The fall of Ihe citadel, under  onslaught of the British forces  commanded by General Maude, is  hailed by military critics in Eng-  i;.i.";'s "revenge for Townsend's  defeat."  GOOD  OUTLOOK FOR   TOBACCO  There is an unprecedented demand for tobacco, and the price lo  the grower of nexl season's -crop j  promises to be very profitable. A  representative of American tobacco;  interests, Mr. S. Baxter, was in tiie j  Okanagan lasl week and while here  pui\;nased the entire crop cut from  30 acres the pi;sl*������������������season by Mr. L.  Holman, llie pioneer lobr.cco man  of Kelowna. lie also contracted lo  take  lhe  entire  crop  to  be  grown  estcd Imperial war debt farm.  Suppose the "Government of Canada, should  say to the farmers of Canada, Here, men, wc are  going to establish a Dominion farm in order to  pay oil' lhis war debt we are-now. contracting  at the rale of a million-dollars a day, and'wc are  going to employ on lhal farm the hordes of  cheap labor that will he obtainable in Europe at  the close of lhe war. We. are going to produce  wheal and oilier grains which you now produce.  We will give lhe produce of lhc Dominion farm  "preferential treatment", and you* will have to  compete in the open market wilh the product of  the Dominion farm. Let us suppose Premier  Borden were to come to lhe people of Canada  and lay such a proposition before Ihem. What  answer would hc gel? Unless we arc greatly  mistaken, he would bc told in no unmistakable  words that lhe farmers of Canada were not responsible for the debts of the war, and thai lhcy  did not propose lo bear the burden of more than  their share of thc debt. They would tell him to  go into thc (lour milling business as well, and to  go into thc banking business, and thc manufacturing business generally. They would tell him  to build telegraph lines and railway lines, and to  enter all lines of general business in competition  wilh private interests now operating.  That is whal the people of Canada would tell  Premier Borden. And lhat is what the people of  Canada will Icll the promoters of thc Imperial  war debt farm when il comes lo a show-down.  Canada has stood loyally by the Motherland in  this supreme struggle. She.has done it as an  independent, self-governing cplony. Canada is  not and has no desire to be a vassal slate. And  thai is precisely whal thc result would be if the  farmers of Canada were forced lo go into competition with an Imperial war debt farm run and  operated binder European .conditions. It would  be transplanting to Canadian soil lhc serf conditions of life in thc war-swept lands. We have  confidence in our statesmen. We feci sure they  will find a more equitable way lo clear oil' lhc  war debt of Canada and thc Empire-.  this season  acres.     He  by  is  Mr  end  1-!  o Una n  ivorm'-  on  to  50  en-  MORTGAGE  SALE  of  UNDER and bv virtue of thc  powers of .sale contained in a cer-  lain  Indenture of Mortgage, which  will be produced at the lime of sale; boundary  there will be sold on  WEDNESDAY,   MARCH  21st,   1017  al  VI o'clock noon at thc  KING EDWARD HOTEL,  ENDERBY, B.C.  the   following  lands   and   premises  of Brilish  Colum-  along  Cily  west  boundary  boundary  thence   S.  nderhy; thence S. 0*>.38'  lasl mentioned west  .009 chains to the south  of said Johnson 'street;  iSOu-l;")' easl along said  of  '  " "      "  in   the  Province  bin, namely:  Firstly���������������������������Part of the Southwest  quarter of Section 2G, township  18, Mange 0, west of the (ith  meridian, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at  the point of intersection of thc  west boundary of said Section 20  wilh the south boundary of Johnson slreel, in the City oi* Enderby;  thence south along said west boun-  =_daiiv=J-SSi 73 aha i n.s.;_I hcncaVv^ftfl--?-  ���������������������������17' easl 12.877 chains; thence N.  0V3'   east  (i.00  chains;   thence  N.  2S<>.3:V  east 3.M  chains;  t'-Ml''   east   2.21   chains;  2NV9' west 2.<i(if>  N. 23V 0" east 3.11  N. I0������������������>,24* easl 1.08  N. a(i'������������������:i!������������������' east 2.10  thence N.  thence  N.  chains;   Ihence  chains; thence  chains; thence  clu'ias more or  less to the said south boundary of  Johnson street: Ihence N- 8D'������������������-lf>'  west along said boundary 17.01  chains-n i ore-or���������������������������less���������������������������to point- of  ('omintniremenl. conl'iining by admeasurement 20.3 acres, as' contained in certificate of lille No.  7-l").Jal.  Scct>ndlii���������������������������Vi\rl  of  Quarter Section   2(i,  Range !), wesl of the  described as fellows  al   the  point  of  easl   boundarv  with lhe south boundary of Johnson .slivet, in Ihe s:dd Cily of Enderby: Ihence south along said easl  boundarv 18.773 chains; thence  N. 80-17*' W. 20.123 chains; thence  X. 0"03' easl lil.O.nS chains; thence  S. 80" I.V easl (i.K) chains more or  less   lo   the  west   boundary  of  the  Johnson street lo./io  ! chains more or less to point of  commencement, containing by admeasurement 30.0 acres more or  less, as contained in certiJicate of  title No. 7<l")<la2.  Thirdly���������������������������Part of thc southwest J Seajllc  Quarter of Section 20 aforesaid,  more particularly described as follows: Commencing at a point on  the south boundary of Johnson  street aforesaid distant 2.004  cnains .westerly from the boundary of High street; thence N.  8������������������M;V west along the. south boundarv of Johnson street .'19<l chains;  thence S.' iH\v&)'. W. .2.19 chains;  thence south 10*24" "W.t.08 chains;  thence south 23." 10" W. 3.11 chains;  thence    south    23</20'    east    2.605  "W  courage lhc farmers of this end of  me va!Ic\ lo plant experimental  acres lo tobacco this scascn, wilh  Ihe assurance that the crop will be  taken af lop-notch prices, and,' if  the quality is satisfactory, he will  enter into a 5-year agreement to  mirc.hrse lhe product from lhc  growers.  This is onc of thc most profitable  crops lhal can be grown on thc side  by our farmers. An acre or two  can be grown with no extra labor  on any of our farms, just as it i.s in  many of llie .southern and middle  slates and in Eastern Canada, and  il   ail   means   addition;!,!   revenue.  Should anyone desire seed or  other information, this will be  supplied by mail by Mr. Baxter,  whose home address is 018 4th Ave.  The City Queen  This is a high-class No. 9 6-h. Range, with every modern  improvement: Bright Burnishe d Top, large Copper Reservoir,  Oven Thermometer, High Clos et.   Large Oven and Fire Box.  We are able to sell this Range   at  the* lowest  price   ever  offered to the public-���������������������������$45.60 cash, $48.00 on terms.  Call and investigate. For Quality and Price this cannot be  beat in Canada.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Wa h., or will bc furnished  by Mr. Holman, Kelowna, free of  charge.      Mr. Holman wi"  ther, provided  a sullicienl  number  of our farmers arc interested.    He  go Im  tual  in lei  instructions,   provided    iho.se  csied will bear the cost of the  lhe southeast  Township   18,  Olh meridian,  Commencing  I"  llie  iidei'si ('lin'-  o  of  s:*i<l   Si'ciion  boundary o  chains; thence SV~lVftr^W7~272T  chains; thence S. 28*35' W. 3.14  chains; thence S. 81V47' E. 3.30  chains; thence N. 3n������������������0;V easl .874  chains; Ihence S. 80 V7' E. 3.503  chains more or less to Ihe said wesl  boundary of High street; thence  N. 0"22'* E. along said west boundarv 8.303 chains; Ihence norlh  80"38' W. 2 001 chains; thence  north O'''^' E. 3.712 chains more  -oi--lcss-lo-lh'e-i)oint_ol'_conimen.co^  inenl, containing by admeasure-  menl 0.25 acres, more or less, as  contained in certificate of title No.  7l.">la3.  Cn lhc properly lhere is said lo  be a frame dwelling and a frame  barn.  condilions   of   sale  nown al lhe lime of  LOST���������������������������Sunday, March 11, near  Armslrot'g, a bay mare wiih  saddle on; while patch in face.  A reward of $10 will be paid for  ==d eI Uvci-v===o f===4io iiso-=^4o==Bi amnu  Johnny,    Spallumcheen   reserve.  Fresh Stock every  week   ....  Kippered Herring, Salmon,  Cod and Haddie.  Salted Herring, Black Cod and Mackerel  now in stock.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  "and"Grotceries=  I erms   and  will be made I  sale.  I-'or further  dilions of sale  parliculars  apply to���������������������������  and con-  MeSSrS. Williams, Walsh, McKim & I'ousser,  Vendor's Solicitors, 432 Richards  Slreel, Vancouver,  B.C.  Dated lhis 15lh day of February  A.I).  1017.  Protect Your Trees and  ants  We have jusl secured 150,000 y ards of excellent cheese cloth for  covering fruit and other Irees as well as bushes, flowers, plants, etc.  By use of Ihis material frost cannot ell'ect the fruits or blossoms. In  order to dispose of our entire shipment  quickly, we are offering' this  ME REMARKABLY LOW  PRICE OF 2"."ic  FER YD.,  cheese clolh AT '  F.O.B. Vancouver.  Fruit growers and others should order a supply AT ONCE in ordei  lo protect trees from  frost biie.       Write today for full information.  DOMINION IRON & METAL CO.  1020 Main St.  Vancouver, B.C.  33BSn  LffiSSSKS  gsyffffljj  fifffl'yfl  SFSi^sm^^vsszzzszi-  -_^_-_--^---^SESimS_---SS-  VEST  HOSE WHO, FROM TIME TO TIME, HAVE FUNDS REQUIRING  INVESTMENT MAY PURCHASE  AT PAR  N GF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK  IN. SUMS OF $500 OR ANY  MULTIPLE THEREOF.  Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.  Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free of exchange at  any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent per annum from the date of  purchase.  Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and accrued interest,  as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment made under any future war loan issue  in Canada other than an issue of Treasury Bills or other like short date security.  Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.  A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recognized bond and  stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications for this stock Which bear their  stamp.  For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa.  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA,  OCTOBER 7th, 1916.  Vrrrse  S^tf^-f^SAWSWWBS*  ^t^tmstvapi-m^  u  rl

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