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 &  Enderby, B. C, April 19, 1917  AND      WALKER'S  WEEKLY  Vol. 10; No. 8; Whole NoV460  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS * taken   the   position   formerly   held  Good morning! How do you  plant spuds?  Miss M. L. Ruttan left on Friday  I'or Eleza Lake, B.C.  Miss P. 1"). Faulkner spent Easter  week with her parents.  Joe Kass and Mike Rohan came  in from Chase last week.  T.   J.   Gorle   left   on   Friday  to  visit his brother at Victoria.  .    Pete Mack went to the coast last  week to consul an'eye specialist.  The parcel post sale held.Saturday afternoon netted thc Reel Cross  $42.00.  Miss Bcattie returned Friday last  after spending thc Easter holidays  in Kamloops.  Several men left Enderby on  Monday to work in the mills at  Golden and Chase.  Pte." J. F. Massey, of Mara, was  reported as wounded on the casualty list this week..  Born���������������������������At. the Enderby Hospital,  Friday, April 13th, to'Mr. and Mrs.  Thos. Sharpe. a" daughter. {  "Editor Mackelvie", of. the Vernon  News, is enjoying a well-earned  vacation at the coast cities. .  Mr. and Mrs. Newberry and son  returned to Moose Jaw last week,  after spending the winter in Enderby.  Miss Lucille Barrows returned  to Kamloops the- past week, after  enjoying the Easter holidays with  her parents.  Mrs. Jas. Grieve, of Pembrook,  Ont., who has been visiting'her  son, L. C.Grieve for several weeks,  left for her home on Monday.  After an illness of three'months,  Mr. W. J. Svheclcr is again able to  be out. His fiiends were pleased  to greet him on the street this  week.  It is reported, unoflicially, that  Pte. Hugh Bowers, was killed in a  recent   engagement   at   the   front.  A rare treat is in store for En-  by him as accountant in the ofHcs&������������������ derby music, lovers in thc oratorio  HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS  of the Okanagan Saw Mills. They  have laken the Leighton cottage,  Mr. and Mrs. Leighton going to' Mabel Lake i'or the summer.  A meeting will be held to-morrow (Friday) at 11 a.m., in Mr.  Reeves' store, to arrange about the  running of the Tennis Club this  season. All interested in tennis are  requested to attend if possible.  In answer to the numerous enquiries of thc boys and girls as to  "when are you going to put thc  honor roll in the paper again." we  can only say, "when the honor  rolls arc furnished by thc school  teachers." - "  In an account of an Alaskan  dance held at the opening of the  Emblem Club, Bend, Ore., in the  Bend paper a week or two ago, the  names of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R.  Prince appear prominently in connection with the affair.  The death occurred last Sunday  morning at .the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Thos. Gray, Mara, of Mrs.  Cecilia Pauly, mother of Mrs.  Gray, aged 77 years, after an-illness o'f' but a few days. V Burial  took place at the Mara cemetery on  Wednesday.  The Trench Comfort "superfluity ;sale" held last Wednesday afternoon netted thc fund $41. The  secretary wishes to thank, all who  donated to thc sale, as well as  those who came lo buy and to have  tea. Anyone wishing to knit for  thc .Enderby boys may get yarn at  the millinery store, opposite the  Walker Press. Onc" of the donations' at thc sale was particularly  noteworthy���������������������������that of-her doilic, by  Alice Landon.  E. A. Abbott is adding to the attraction of Mabel Lake by. starting  a skunk farm. By a slight operation   the   advertising  end   of   this  to be given next Monday evening,  April 23rd, "From Olivet to Calvary," in ihe Methodist Church.  The next meeting of the Woman's  Club will bc held at the house of  Mrs. Walker, Enderby, on Saturday, April 28th. at 2.30 p.-m.  Speaker, Mrs.Robson; subject/The  White Slave Trallic.'"  The long distance phone line between Vancouver and the Interior  is now completed and transmission  is given between the coast and ihe  principal points in thc -Kootehays.  The next* step will be the linking  up of the Okanagan system' wilh  the line to the coast.  When the. Canadian boys set out  to get anywhere at the front they  do not stop at anything short of  their goal. -While Vimy ridge was  a cosily undertaking, it was one of  those things lhat just had to be  done-���������������������������and the ' Canadian troops  ���������������������������were1 given -ihe -jok���������������������������and they did  it; as they, always do.  Casualty lists' containing thc  names of Canadians killed and  wounded-in-and. since1 the-'assault  on Vimy ridge are now being received by the military department,  and these are being given' out for  publication two lists each day. The  lists arc long ones, it being estimated that the Canadian losses in  the past two weeks, or since,the  taking of Vimy ridge, run.as high  as the total loss by the Canadians  during ten months of fighting in  1915.  Messrs. Gregory & Ashton, who  operate thc , Armstrong picture  house, had something especially  fine in the movie line last week,  "Thc Jungle Child," and-brought it  to Enderby for a Saturday evening  performance. A fair house greeted  Ihem, and all who saw the photo  play m mm ended  it.as one of the  Following is the" list "of students  who passed in thc Enderby high  school Easier examinations, with  the average percentage obtained in  each case: 0  AN EARNEST APPEAL  President Wilson has issued an  earnest' appeal to rthc people of  America for co-operation in the  gigantic work they have undertaken in connection .with the war.  Junior Matriculation. The names! He  appeals  lo  every interest,  thc  are  in   the  order  Paradis  and  ol  Douglas  merit:  Louis  Dow,  equal,  rich and poor, manufacturers and  farmers,  and  the  men  who  work  87 per ccnl; Thos. McKay, 83-per j between, each and all, to conserve  cent. Ellen. McPherson, 70; Caro-ievery effort and join as one nian  line Paradis, 07; Elmer Grant, GG;iin the work the nation has to do.  Royal Murdoch, 05;  David Mowat,  01  per cent.  The following students who obtained partial matriculation last  June obtained credit in thc remaining "subjects as follows: Dorothy Dunwoodie, 84; Kate Nichol,  74; Wm. Faulkner, 72; Agnes Carlson, 04; Edna McMahon,��������������������������� 03.'  Advance Junior Class: ' Gene  Lea I'll erd ale, 73; Alm'eda Oakes, 67.  Preliminary Class: , Josephine  Paradis, 81; Edith Adams, 72;  Duglad Cameron; Mac L'eatherdale,  04; Lome Landon, 59.  D. J. Wklsh, Principal.  RECRUITS   WANTED  =Pte.=Bo-wcrs_cnlisted^fronuEndcrb>^animal-is-=entirely--dcpi-ive(UolWts  witlMhc 54th. . ''odoriferous nature, without injury  Capt. T. Wilkinson spent the j to the skunk or thc impairment of  week-end in Enderby, returning to jits other functions. Skunk farms  Victoria on Monday, accompanied ! are proving most profitable in the  by Mrs. H. C. Aldin, who will visit'slates  where ,they have long bccn| tht lxsl mins on mc 10'ul  best shown here. It is the intention lo give Enderby a regular  weekly show so soon as arrangements  can  be made  to  have only  ���������������������������, Ptcr-F.- R".-*-Kenny is home* from  Kamloops this week, commissioned to lake recruits for thc Forestry Battalion at Kamloops. He  will spend tlie week here and-is  prepared to give all 'information to  anyone desiring to join .the forces  for overseas. The wages paid arc  VB1.10 a day while in Canada, with,  of course, the regular separation  allowance of $20 per month. The  wages overseas arc:  Millwrights    '..$2.50  lo  S3.50  Mill sawyers   ������������������2.50 to $3.00  Cooks   .$1.75 to $3.00  Sawfilers    $5.50  to  $0.00  Edgcrmcn    $3.25  to  $3.50  Only 150 more men are required  to fill thc drafts now preparing lo  leave,, and all who sign on now  will   quickly  sec  service  overseas.  "We must speak, act and serve together," says hc for "the .supreme .  test of thc nation has come."  He  speaks   with   particular  emphasis to the.'farmers of the coun- .  try, and to all who work on-farms:  "The supreme need of our own'na-  tion and of the nations with which  we arc co-operating is an abundance of supplies, and" especially of ,  foodstuffs."   The importance of an  adequate   food - supply,   especially'  for flic present year, is superlative. .  Without abundant   food,  alike   for,  the armies and the people now- at:������������������������������������������������������:  war, .the. "whole "great   enterprise "  upon   which' we   have -embarkedV  will ��������������������������� break'down, and   fail/ :' Tlie./'  world's food reserves arc low. Not;'  qiily.-during the present-emergency,'...  but for sonic time after peaceshall .-���������������������������  have   come,    both    our  own   peo-V  pic and a large proportion ������������������of the  people of Europe must rely upon  j the   harvests    in    America.     Upon  the farmers in this country, there-  fore,   in   large   measure,-rests   the  fate of thc war and the fate of the  nations."  FRENCH AND BRITISH GAIN  established, and there is no reason  why this new Mabel Lake industry  should not prove a winner.  If  Men and Things as Seen Thro' Hank Reklaw's Periscope  her daughter, Mrs. Wilkinson.  After an absence of nearly two  years, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robinson and children returned from  Norlhport, Wash., on Monday, to  make Enderby their  future home.  Long-needed repair work was  started on the Enderby bridge this  week, notice being posted on the  18th that the bridge will be closed  lo permit of the necessary pile-  driviugand replanking.  Pte. John E. Antiila spent a few . ,  days  at  his  home  this week,  on Uemcn-bearing more or less distinguished titles  good-bye leave. Ptc. Antiila joined  the artillery a few weeks ago, at  Vancouver, and he is leaving with  a draft for overseas shortly.  It is learned by letter from the  Tieat your  friends to a Sunday  dinner at the King Edward.  Time is money. You cannot afford to walk. Buy a Cleveland  bicycle. No engine troubles;" noi  gasoline bills; better for your  health and easier on your pocket  than a car. Prices lower than ever  before���������������������������$40.00. Fulton Hardware  Co., Ltd.  Reports from the Somme fronl  the past few, days have shown  Allied gains at several points astride the Hindenburg line, and thc  supreme lest of the war-is said to  be near at hand. Thc Germans  arc fighting every inch of the way,  and at last accounts had utilized  t hc^riveiuto-tlo o c Uth e^t er r. i to ny=4 h e-  Brilish were striving for in the  vicinity of Lens.  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  Little has been heard about that gigantic farm  land deal hatched by Mr. Morcton F re wen and  said to have been fathered by many British gen-  Thc last information sent lo Canada regarding  it, il will bc remembered, came on the eve of the  arrival in England of Premier Borden and the  members of his cabinet who accompanied the  Prime Minister of Canada thither to participate  front, that Capt. Cameron was seri- in the Imperial Conference being held there.   At  ously wounded by shell  fire some  time ago, and  was crawling back  a vital part.  Mr. ancl Mrs. P  Farmer returned  that time, the dispatches said, the matter was to  be placed before Premier Borden and his min-  from thc tiring line when he was|islcrs by the titled promoters. If this was done,  twice hit by a sniper, though not in we have no doubt about thc answer lhcy received. Commenting on this gigantic scheme, the  Montreal "Witness docs not beat about thc bush.  from Rossland this week, where It calls a spade a spade, and refers lo lhc proposi-  Mr.. Farmer has been employed in! lion as "the biggest raid upon Canada's resources  the office of one of the large min-1 lhal ever was conceived." Aflcr making its position clear as to what it considers Canada's duly  to bc in the matter of bearing her full share ih the  defence of thc Empire, the Witness concludes:  "Having made these points clear, wc are free  to say that we see nothing bul lhc mosl gigantic  ing   companies.     Mr,  1 S<-  Farmcr  has  ���������������������������A brick cottage; six rooms and  top-ground cellar; all in good condition; close in; rent low.  Apply, WALKER PRESS.  Canada in the scheme which some*.of our newspapers arc caressing for making Canada's unearned increment pay lhe Brilish war debt. Thc  plan is to buy two hundred million acres of farming land���������������������������which is more than wc have unoccupied���������������������������at five dollars an acre, and sell il lo settlers  at a hundred dollars an acre. Under any theory  of land tenure this would be making Canada pay  into thc Imperial treasury ninety-five dollars an  acre, and il would be Canadian settlers who  would pay il. This wc arc told-would redeem  (he whole national debt of twenty thousand  million dollars and al the same lime attract to  Canada a great army of taxpayers, who would bc  an enormous asset. Surely they would be, if  after paying twenty thousand million dollars to  the empire, Ihey could go on paying lo the same  tune. Law's celebrated Mississippi'bubble never  showed such rainbow colors as lhis. The dream  is worthy of a visionary like Mr. Morcton Frewen  who is announced as the inventor of it. Mr.  Frewen has olher ways .of making people rich  by taxing them. Il is worthy of tin adventurer  like Sir Star Jameson of Jameson raid fame.  Why does he not manipulate South Africa where  plan conceivable for plundering and paralyzing he has been a premier?"  The treasurer of the Canadian  Patriotic. Fund acknowledges the  following contributions received  since publication of thc last list:  0.   Sowden $ 5.00  E.   Forrester    1.00.  A.   Beeves        4.00  Mrs.   Beeves        4.00  Miss   Lang        2.00  E. Harkins   '   5.00  Miss   E.   Cooke     3.00  Winter   10.00  Hyan       3.00  Slowards 25  C  C  Mrs  M.  i)  $37.25  "Just Like Home"  The .following interesting notice  in the columns of an cnlerprisir.:  weekly newspaper published in a  small town in Minne.snia. indicates  that they have intelligent hens iii  other places as well as at home.'  "I have been instructed by the- village council to en for'.re the ordinance against chickens miming it  large and riding bicycles on the  sidewalk."  The W. A. of St. George's Church  will hold a sale of plain needle  work and serve lea in the Bed  Cross Booms ncxl Saturday afternoon, and in the dressmaking and  millinery parlors of Mrs. Barrows  and Mrs. Rosoman, the same afternoon, a sale of home cooking and  candv. ll.  .*,:/.,. V  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 19, 1917.  THE  BRITISH  ARMY  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   M'AI-KKK-  Published every  Thursday  at    Enderby,   B. C. at  $2   per   year,  Walker   Press.  by   the  Advertising Rates:   Transient, 50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.     Contract advertising, SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1917  HAVE SOMETHING TO SELL  It is of more than usual interest to read what  Frank H. Simonds, the American war expert,  has to sav of the British armv on his return from  a recent trip to the Somme front, where he was  given every opportunity to see conditions.as they  really were. Mr. Simonds has at times been a  severe critic of lhe British fighting force, and for  this reason it is all thc more interesting for him.  lo write as he now does: "In all lhe things lhat  are considered the machinery of an army," he  says, in the American Review of Reviews, "lhc  Brilish have now passed both lhe Germans and  lhe French. Their equipment, Iheir. armory of  heavy artillery, their stocks of munitions, are  uncqualcd, and their soldiers are cared for as arc  no other Iroops about whom I know anything.  In the mere mailer of heavy artillery, the British  are now tiring four shells to the German's one,  and at llie Battle of the Somme Iheir air service  look and retained absolute control of the air.  And lhe spirit of the British army is this: For  two ycars the men in the ranks have fought off  lhe Germans and held on while J.hcy lacked all  lhc resources of modern warfare which belonged  lo Germany; they have opposed bodies to shells,  and rifles to machine guns. Having in this long  lime successfully held on, they arc now conscious of having a superiority in all that machinery means in war, and their spirit remains  thc spirit of the men who died at Ypres -when  the odds were five lo one and the losses approached actual annihilation."  Here is the best recipe for happiness we know:  "Just keep sweet, and keep movin'. "  SANITATION LAWS AMONG INDIANS  It is doubtful if the farmers in any district in  lhc Province are heller off;'or have less lo complain of, lhan those of this locality. Yet, Enderby-  district is nol shipping a fraction of the farm  produce it is capable of raising. We put on lhc  market tons where we should have carloads.  Wc are content wilh lillle things while big ones  arc wailing to bc done; wc take the small end  and permit others to hold the big end. Wc produce the raw material and ship il oul in small! ning water gives strength; bathing in still walci.  quantities, and buy the finished commodity else-j causes the strength to run away,  it  in.    With  a   fully-cquippcd'  Thc Taos Pueblos arc thc most highly, civilized Indians. A few hundred ycars ago the seclion inhabited by Ihem was the most highly  civilized portion of thc United States. Thc civilization of these Indians is supposed to have come  from the Azlccs. Wherc it came from before lhat  is a question. Taos is ruled by an executive,  designated, as the governor, and by two bodies  combining legislative, judicial and administration functions. In the morning the governor appears at the top of the pueblo and makes thc day's  announcements. It is necessary lo give this information in order lo make il clear lhat there  is machinery for enforcing the sanitary laws of  thc community. Among the sanitary laws arc  the following: Every man, woman and child is  required lo lake a daily bath in running waler.  Thc bathing place is designated by thc governor,  and the custom is for the men to bathe in thc  early morning, lhe women and children later in  the day.   There is a theory that bathing in run-  Are you going to do any  Building" or Repairing*  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Flooring and Ceiling 15.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding   15.00  Cull Boards ���������������������������... ... 10.00       "  No. 2 Dimension, .2x4 and 2x6 ��������������������������� ��������������������������� 15.00      "  ORDER YOUR MILL WOOD NOW,  Green Blocks, $1.50 load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, pr0P?i  MURPHY  ietor  Enderby  ial in Jams  Friday and Saturday Only  4-lb. tins Raspberry and: Strawberry, reg. 90c. for      -      - ���������������������������    80c  4-lb. tins other varieties, reg. 85c, for - - - .     75c  1-lb. jars of Raspberry and Strawberry, reg. 30c,    -   -    2 for 45c  1-1 b. jars other varieties, reg. 25c, for - -      2Cc  2-lb. tins of Marmalade, reg. 45c, for - - - 35c  1-lb. jars of Marmalade, reg. 25c, for ...       20c  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE''  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON,  CITY OF ENDERBY  Thc first act of our genial and wealthy Uncle  into war was lo dip doAvn inlo  pocKci and lend thc Allies the lillle sum oi"  In: c.e billion dollars.   Not i-o bad as a starter.  BRINGING DEMOCRACY HOME  where  and  ship  Hour mill established here, and wheat grown at  ils door, we have lo ship the wheal out and ship 'S'lmafVer ^ctlrifr i  fioui-in from Manitoba or Northwest points jj,]s ^^mi &���������������������������  paying freight both ways. Wc ship our hay and  hogs out and our bacon and Hour in���������������������������and Ihen  wc talk about the-mobilization of our resources.  Wc need more business in our mobilization.  Wc need a greater measure of economy; a fuller  understanding of whal lo do and how lo do il.j Xow thai the democracies of lhc world are so  We need more home industry; greater loyalty to enthused at the prospect of a complete ovcr-  the industries we have, and a greater measure t|irow 0f .,ji autocratic form of government, it is  of pride in the building up of local enterprises, only reasonable lo hope lhal the autocracy of  Wc need to produce cattle, sheep, horses and; i:n^laiul over Ireland and India will have thc  hogs by the hundred wherc today wc have Ihem ; aood sense to follow the example set by lhc Czar  4n_one^and4Avos.^Wc=oughLto.slm:c^  farm produce by lhc carload instead of by the, Jailing, in nalions as well as individuals, lo seek  crate.   We musl work together lo help one an-1 u> reform others while permitting faults at home.  and  other and encourage all  to  produce  more  more aiid more I'or the great cause ol* humanity.  There isn't anything small aboul Premier  Lloyd George. "I am the first minister of behalf  "of Britain lo salute America as one of our com-  radtys in arnisV he declared m a speech al a  meeting of the American Club, in London. "I'm  glad of it-���������������������������I'm proud of it." And further: "II  would have heen a tragedy lo mankind if America had nol won the right to be al the peace conference tabic, wilh all lhe influence and power  she has now obtained. America's entrance  means something more lhan waging of an ell'ec-  live war- she will ensure a beneficial peace."  HOTEL MEN PROTEST  Four hundred  ll is always well to clean up one's own backyard  before starling lo howl about the untidiness of  lhal of one's neighbor.  A recent issue ol* the Irish World shows a map  of Ireland giving the counties which have long  demanded Home Rule, and those of Ulster, which  iviay..-he-.cIasscd_with_Lhc..bcaurocra.ts..ofJ:i.iissia,or  with any other reactionary group.   Ol" the thirty-  two counties in Ireland, lhe map* shows, twenty-  seven are solidly for Home Hide. Thc Irish World  claims further that 17 ol* Ulster's )Y,\ represenl-  lalives in the House of Commons arc for Home  iHuIe. and lhal live of Ulster's nine counties favor  fit bv a large majority.    In onlv four counties o1'  Ulster are  lhe   Unionists  even   these counties  have  minority,   represented  by  House of Commons.  hotel and  liquo  al 'Victoria   lasl  before    the  againsl the appou  war  measure and  and fifty delegates, representing  interests of the  Province, met  week  and  on   Friday appeared  executive    lo    protest  of  the  Prohibitionists  for a  future  referendum.    The in-  governmenl  its conclusion  eputalion Jusl  lerview lasted three hours, and a  Premier Brewster promised the  what he promised lhe Prohibitionists���������������������������even-  handed justice on every side, wilh every possible  act which will help lo preserve the sanctity of  tlie ballot.  in the majority, and  a slrong Home lUilc  live  members  in   thc  NOTICE is hereby given that tlie  first silting of the'Annual'Courl of  Revision .of Ihe Municipality of the  Citv of Enderbv for the year.1917,  wil"M)e held at the City Mall, Enderby, on Monday, the 23rd day of  April, 1917, at 7.30 o'clock p.m.,  for thc purpose of hearing and determining complaints againsl the  assessment for the said year, as  made by the Assessor, and revising  and correcting the assessment roll.  Any person complaining againsl  the assessment may, personally, or  by means" of a written communication over his signature, or by a  solicitor, or an agent authorized by  him-in writing to appear on his behalf, come before the Court and  state his complaint; and the Court  may confirm or correct the assessment;  Provided he shall first have given  notice in writing lo the Assessor/of  the ground of his complaint at least  ten days before the dale of the said  first silting.  Dated al thc City Hall, Enderby,  this 17th dav of March, 1917.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Cily Clerk  FRESH  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  BRITISH PUSHING FORWARD  Important  positions  British   forces   on   the  have been   laken  Hindenburg  line  by  in  lhe  lhc  be-  'ew  givi  The Canadian (iovernnienl has decided lo  lo every returned veteran of llie war 1(50  jiercs of land and Sjsl.nOO wilh which lo erect  house and barns and to gel in his first season's  crop, giving 1"> years in which to pay back lo lhe  (iovernnienl lhe amount advanced.  vicinity of Arras and SI. Quentin, and il is  licved lhal the latter position will fall in a  days. Caps are reported in the German line in.  two places, and the enemy is in retreat, hard-  pressed.  The taking of Vimy ridge lasl week by Canadian Iroops is characterized as one of lhe most  important gains of the war on thc western fronl.  II was costly in men, bul lhe importance of Ihe  position is said lo make il well worlh the price  paid. The Canadian losses are said to lie 12,000,  and generous recruiting is urged in order lo fill  the depleted ranks.  E. J. Mack  | Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Come in and  inspect our late  shipment of  1917 Fords,  the most  dependable low-  priced car on the market.  #  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining righls of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of Brilish Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one ycars at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Nol more than 2500 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory thc land  must be described by sections, .or.  legal sub-divisions of sections, arid  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of S5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the mcr-  ,ch an In b 1 e output of. the.mineat.the..  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the iru'ne  shall furnish the Agent wilh sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If the coal mining righls are not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  maybe.permilled to purchase whatever available surface righls as may  he considered necessary for the  working of thc mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should bc made to the Secretary of  thc Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Inler>or.  N.R.-Unaulhorizcd publication of  Ihis advertisement will not bc paid  for.���������������������������83575.  C. P. R. TIMETARLE  Southbound  10.45 lv.  11.18  11.34  11.49  12.15  13.03  13.25 ar.  Northbound  ar. 18.15  17.58  17.14  1G.59  10.30  .15.45  lv.15.30  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  it. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  ENDERBY  Armstrong  Vernon  Okanagan Ldg  Look at expiry date with your  name on paper. If it isn't up to  date will you not bring it up to  date? The Walker Press  } 4  Thursday, April 19, 1917.  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  "PEACE WITHOUT VICTORY'  between the liberal leaders in certain of the warring countries is not Jiopeless. With absolutism  dethroned in -Russia" and explicit promises of  franchise reform in Prussia, the European democracy realizes it has taken a long step toward ils  goal. The great masses Of the people arc convinced that Germany is on the verge of electoral  changes, which will be more sale and salutary  because lhcy arte lhc result, nolo!' sudden clamor,  but of long years of education, and because the  German emperor is known to sympathize wilh  lhc reform movemenl."  CHECKERBOARD OF WAR���������������������������AND AFTER  In the United Stales, where lhcy have jusl en- ations of   Western   civilization;  When President Wilson made his great speech  in the Senate some weeks ago, setting forth the  principles upon which his country stood in connection with the world war, he gave the statesmen of the warring nations of Europe something  to think about when he said that in order to bring  about permanent peace���������������������������the peace each of the  belligerents claimed to he fighting for���������������������������it would  have to be a "peace without victory."   That his  meaning was woefully misconstrued was obvious  from the criticism his words received in England,,  France and Russia.   And il is only now that we  arc beginning to see his meaning working out.  "Thc question  upon  which  the whole future  peace and policy of the world depends," said he  in his Senate address, "is this: Is the present war  a struggle for a just and secure peace or only i'or  a new balance oi' power?   If it bc only a struggle  for a new balance of power, who will guarantee,  who can,guarantee, thc stable equilibrium of the  new arrangement?   Only a tranquil Europe can  ��������������������������� bc a stable Europe.   Tlierc must bc not only a  balance of power but a community of power; not  organized rivalries, but an  organized  common  peace."   Such a peace, thc President said, could'  only come  through a "peace without victory;"  that is lo say, a peace which leaves no wound  after its conclusion, which is���������������������������nol imposed upon a  people,"which is concluded with it not in order to  finish the war but in order to begin a new and  happy era of humanity.  Wc already sec the working out of such a conclusion.   Just as secret events led to the outbreak  of' the war, so there are now secret workings to  establish peace; thc deeds arc going on, through  diplomats who perhaps have no official standing  ���������������������������men who, if il becomes necessary, can at all  times bc denied by the state powers; and all the  while the armies in the field will continue to drive  forward.   Wc see in the Russian revolution, and  the subsequent giving up by Russia all claim to  Constantinople as a condition of peace, a determination not to lake by force lhal which would  leave a sting.   Thc example of Russia must be  followed by each and all of thc belligerents���������������������������and  will bc.   It was only a few weeks ago that Lloyd  George announced as onc of the questions to be  considered by the Imperial Conference was the  disposition   of  the  German    colonics  taken   by  Brilish troops.yAnd similar conferences are being  held by the leaders of lhc Central Powers, all of  which must have some bearing one upon  the  other.   And, within a week or two,- there shall b4c  assembled at Washington -a great international  war council, including such representative men  as Arthur J. Balfour, minister of foreign affairs,  for England, Admiral Dc Chair, of lhe British  navy, and General Bridges, of the army, and the  Governor pf the Bank of England, together with  a French commission headeef by M. Viviani, minister of justice of. the French cabinet.   This conference, it is hinted hi dispalch.es, will have up for  discussion the eventual peace terms and reconstruction of the wOrld along thc lines suggested  in President Wilson's scnale speech and also in  his later speech declaring a slate of war to exist  between lhc United States and Germany.  Showing how even leaders of empires will  sometimes bc led astray by phrases, wc have only  to compare what Premier Lloyd George said in  Opposition   lO  the "peace without victory"  clallSC   imiJlaiy.   >ve   win   uc. on   me   wjiiimis  siue,   um   ii   is  oi   President Wilson's earlier speech  with  that! useless lo disguise the fact that "our. very victory will  said by him  commending lhc President's later be our gravest peril.  expressions relating lo thc war and what must be  the ultimate terms of peace.   These terms as expressed by President Wilson, arc virtually thc  same in both addresses, yel, because of the cx-  MUST   IIA VE   RE-BIRTH  Let us hope" that the present  war will bring a great social and  spiritual awakening. Our whole  social atmosphere must be changed. The tradition of peace and  good-will must be established  among nations, and justice between man and man. We need  a new social philosophy which  will lay bare the faults of existing civilization. In any constructive program for the future we  must recognize that certain rotten stones were laid in the found  tcrcd upon the long, hard row of war, lhere is  nol today witnessed thc lolly of junkcrdom as  was witnessed in our own Homeland overseas  when, three years ago, wc entered upon the  same long, hard row. If you-remember, wc were  then told somewhat flamboyantly of Lord Kitchener ordering his bed lo lhc war ollice, where hc  apparently expected lo roll up in his blankets  while waiting for his war plans to fulminate.  Our cousins lo the south have learned from our  experience what is in store for them���������������������������and for  all. Here is what Marry Carr has to say���������������������������and hc  but speaks lor all thinking men in the stales as  well as of our own land:  There  is  something immediate'and   important   for  you to do to help save, this country from a dreadful  disaster.     Plant!     Plant    vegetables!      Plant   grain!  Unless 1 ain very much mistaken, the biblical prouhe-  cies are aboul to be fulfilled.   The world war is to he  followed by famine and pestilence.  . All the belligerents of this war have kept a  stiff  upper lip and have stoutly asserted their indifference  to food and financial conditions.    But the very nc  day  after our  declaration  of war  against' Germany  comes the news that we are al once to advance from  two to seven billion dollars lo the Allies.   Comes also  the dreadful  news that the world is facing famine.  That wheat has soared to prices not seen since 'he  Civil War; pork has gone out of sight and olher ancl  still more severe foodconditions are in sight.  The truth is vhat 'has bcciVasserted rcpeatcdlv in  this column during several months pasl. Thc Allies  are, as to resources, very near llie end of their string.  So near the enclr in fact, both as regards food and  money, thi't Germany felt justified in risking war  with thc Uniled States to lighten the British food  blockade. The opening of the immense resources of  the United States to the Entente, however, will inevitably reverse conditions. AIL lhc army officers  -with'.whom I have discussed the outcome of this'war  ���������������������������whether Gcr,man, English, Trench or American,  have agreed that.il was a-contest of resources, not of.  soldiers. The hope of the German-soldiers "was based  upon the prospect of trouble. breaking out between  the members of the Entente. In olher words, they  hoped to hc able lo turn Russia against England. The  Allies, on the other hand, hoped to be able to .starve  Germany into submission.  So strangely docs Fate juggle human affairs thai  thc greatest danger the Allies.faced up lo the moment  of the declaration of war by America was starvation.  The greatest faced by thc Central Powers was and  now. is revolution and the severance of relations by  some of their allies. Each side faces the dangers  planned for the enemy.  Pulling aside certain-ethical considerations, Germany has given a magnificent demonslration of .her  skill in Ihe higher arts of war. She has raised war  lo scientific heights never before dreamed of by any  army modern or ancient. But she can'l fight forces  that arc now able to draw upon the entire world.  Although Germany is far from beaten and still has  military resources lhal could keep the result in doubt  for years, it is reasonably certain lhat thc war will  come to an end this year as a result of conditions not  military.  We will  be. on  the winning side, bul  it  is  and that these must be removed  if the superstructure is not to  fall.  "If Western civilization is not  to go down through a series of  hopeless conflicts between nations  and classes it must have a re-birth  of humanitarian ethics, that is,  an ethics which shall teach the individual to find his self-development and his happiness in the  service of others, and "which will  forbid any individual, class,  nation, or race even from regarding itself as an end in "itself  apart from the rest of humanity.  The general acceptance of such  an ethics would have prevented  the present war; and whatever  the issue of the struggle, only  the frank acceptance of such  humanitarianism by the" leaders  of future civilization can save  the world from a series of endless  conflicts between classes, nations,  and races.��������������������������� Prof. Ell wood, in  Sociological Review, London.  GROW ONIONS  FROM HIGH GRADE SEEDS  Selected Yellow Globe Danveii Onion (black seed) .oz 25c  % lb. 65c, lb. $2.10, 5 lb������������������. $9.25.  Select Large Red Wethersfield Onion (black seed). .oz. 25c. ���������������������������  Vi, lb- 65c, lb. $2.10, 5 lbs. f9J25. ''  Early Yellow Danvers Onion (black seed) .oz. 20c, y4 lb. 60c,  lb. $1.90, 5 lbs. $8.25.  SS?1! SUuhv ni2? .SettS (ehoice> lb' 35c> 5 lb������������������. $1.70  Shallot Multiplier Onions   (for freen onions) .lb. 30c, 5 lbs. Sl.40  ^antenay Red Table Carrot. 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They sometimes spread to alarming sh-ength and distances;.   =^Thc^amroififc"enVcfU_iyVthT^lr;M(lfitVIoocl "conditions  that this poor old world  faces makes il clear what  ~]VrcMityi"r"pc^ George  took issue with lhc President on lhc terms which  nJJ! end"will" be. "Before a great manVmonlhs have  arc now acceptable, cloaked in democracy: l-wsed  it is extremely probable lhal conditions will  "Thc glowing phrases of lhc President's noble have come to such a pass thai a further continuance  dclivcrcncc," said Lloyd George, "illumine the Pf,thc Y'ar. .Y!",'b������������������! impossible on either side. II i.s  linriy.nn and mnto Mnir limn ovor lUn nw,l Wn���������������������������"<!. and  childish  to  try lo tell  ourselves that, some  Distinctive Productions in Commercial  Printing Mean Larger Profits to you,  Mr. Businessman  and freedom lies in lhc existence of autocratic |() give food to snlVering women and children." In  government backed by organized force, which is Germany during the war many of the cities have  controlled wholly by their will and not by lheli,voklt'd serious conditions of lhis kind by requiring  will of the iioonlo' mihI Ihn rmwnin" nhi-Ko kl:,M Pi'ivalely-owncd loodstulls lo be stored in the  \\n oi mc people. ������������������inci lie cio\\ning | masc is I t nuinicilK1i warehouses, and released there-  thai in which he.declares lhat a steadfast concert I r,.om l() pnvj.te owners only on requisition. The food  . for peace can never be maintained except by lhc {prices are thus easily controlled by the government.  partnership of democratic nalions.'   These words!    H way be lhal the crop condilions will  improve,  ronrosont Iho I'-n'lh which insniros mihI ���������������������������tinsl'iincl1)ul whether Ihey do or not, there, is every probability  icpicscni mc mini \\nitn .inspiits.aiic   sustains {]  { , ,        ,, .    ,    11   f   ^       riod of lhc S(jvei.cst  our people in the tremendous sacrilice they have  made and are still making. They also believe that  the unity and peace of mankind can only rcsl  upon democracy, upon lhe right ol' those who  submit to authority to have a voice in their own  government; upon respect for llie rights and liberties of nations both great and small, and upon  the universal dominion of public right."  The defining of this position, first by President  Wilson in his "peace without victory" senate  speech, and later in his speech declaring  war to exist, has wonderfully cleared the atmosphere and filled men's hearts with thc hope that  at last the great solution is close at hand. Even  in Germany, James O'Donncll Bennett says,  more and more "thc undercurrents of lhe time  arc directing both the public and official mind  toward the conviction lhal thc best possibilities  of peace have their source in the crys la ligation of  liberal ideas now taking place in Europe. The  sequence is clear. First, democracy wants peace;  second, democracy is growing. A rapprochement  stringency in food."  Next Dominion Day, July 1st, will bc thc 50th  anniversary.oi' lhc formation of lhc Provinces of  Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick inlo  one dominion under lhc name of Canada. Thai  the significance of the approaching anniversary  may be fully impressed upon lhe children of lhc  Province, thc Department of Education has instructed all school teachers lo conduct wilh their  pupils a special study of lhc chief events in our  Canadian history.  The coal situation in Canada this winter ought  to open our eyes lo lhc necessity of laying in an  adequate supply during the spring and summer  months. Every coal bin should bc filled and if  necessary enlarged lo hold more lhan a winter's  supply. The dillicullies of winter Transportation  arc increasing ralhcr than diminishing, as lhc  railways are nol so well equipped in men and  material lo handle lhc trallic.  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Ball Programmes  Butter Wrappers  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes  Price Lists  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter).  Posters  Wedding Stationery  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Invitations  Visiting Cards  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE  WALKER   PRESS fv  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 19, 1917.  WATCH  THE  HEATHEN RAGE  ll A V FOR TIIE ASS  Five days had passed, and st'll  the jury were in a deadlock. Dinner time came, and the" court-  tendant poked his head into the  jury room ancl asked the usual  question: "Well, gentlemen,  twelve dinners as usual I suppose?" "No," roared the foreman, "bring eleven dinners and  one bale of hay.'-'  Why should nol a professional  man advertise if he wants lo? asks  the Victoria Colonist. There is a  lot of humbug about so-called professional ethics which constitute  a sort of unwritten code devised  by established practitioners lo  make the way hard for the feet of  lhe beginner. The Colonist, says it  has   had   many   years'   experience  upwards    of    1,000  mothers,   sisters   or  women,    all  daughters of  overseas men, are engaged in carrying on the work of the Militia  Pay and Records Ollice al Ottawa.  He showed lhal while Canada is  fighting, business is flourishing.  Tn the last pre-war year Canada's  adverse foreign trade balance was  $300,000,000, while this year il  shows instead a creditor balance  of   $325,000,000,   an   improvement  with human all'airs, bul two Lhings  fo,.   )2   months    of.    $03-1,000,000  SECRET SOCIETIES  J. C. METCALFE  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodgo No. 40  flcarular meetings first  Thursday on or after th*  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  C. II. REEVES  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every  Monday evening  in K.of I'. Hall.    Visitors cordially invited to attend.  J. P. FKAVEL. C. C.  H. M. WALKER K. lt. S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc.. address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby   PROFESSIONAL  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  it never observed. It has never  known a professional man to object lo having his name mentioned  in connection with a case with  which he has been connected, nor  to protest against its having been  mentioned in such connection. Bul  ���������������������������whisper il softly���������������������������it has known  professional men lo be very wroth  because their names were nol so  mentioned. * Some day, when wc  are feeling just right, we are going  to print an account of a case in  court and' will simply say lhat  both sides were represented by  lawyers, or of an accident, and  say that a physician was sent for,  and next day enjoy see'ing the  heathen  rage.  CANADA. IN   THE  CONFLICT  Some striking figures which  bring out in bold relief the part  thai the Dominion has played in  the war, were given by Hon. F. B.  McCurdy, Parliamentary secretary  of the Department of Militia in an  addiess al Mali fax on "Canada in  the Conflict," som'e days ago. He  said that, taking the number enlisted in lhc C. E. E. (-107,302) and  adding thereto the permanent  force, active militia, naval service, direct enlistments in the  Brilish service and Canadians who  had as reservists joined thc colors  of their mother countries who are  our allies, <I'I0,1S<1 Canadians, residents in lhc Dominion al thc outbreak of the war, have left their  previous pursuits and had laken  up arm's. And, not-withstanding thc  lamentations of those who say  that recruiting is dead, enlistments are slill coming in, lie said,  at the rale, of 7,000 per month.  After referring lo the magnificent part the women had taken in  thc   war,   Mr.   McCurdv   said   that  Every  Telephone  User profits  by our  improved  system  Canada has ������������������ enlisted six and  one-quarter per cent of her total  population. By provinces, the  enlistment has been in proportion  to population as follows: Quebec,  2% per cenl; Prince cEdward Js-  land, 2% per cent; Nova Scotia,  A Mi per cent; New Brunswick, 5  per ccnl; Ontario, G 2-3 per cent;  Manitoba and Saskatchewan, (i 2-3  per cenl; Alberla, 9 1-3 per cent;  Brilish  Columbia,  TO  per  ccnl.  Thc most recent table of Canadian casualties lo March 25th  showed:  Killed   in   action   12,205  Died   of  wounds        4,370  Died   of   sickness           (581  Presumed   dead        1,M4  Wounded      52.095  Missing     2,030  Prisoners of war      2,373  77,558  If you cannot all'ord a Ford, buy  the universal bicycle���������������������������the Cleveland. Higher in quality; lower in  price than ever before���������������������������$40.00.  Al Fulton Hardware Co., Ltd.  TENDER   FOR   BUILDING  Sealed tenders will bc received  by the undersigned up to Saturday  noon, April 28lh, 1917, for thc purchase of an unfinished two-story  lumber house 30x28 feet, situated  upon Ihe wesl half of the northeast  16, Township 19, Range 9, West 0th  meridian, on the main Enderby  road- about 8 miles from Salmon  Arm.  This, land was formerly held  under homestead entry by Thomas  Stefan Louske, a German who left  the Province in 1914, shortly before the commencement of thc  European war.  Terms cash.  The successful tenderer will bc  required to remove thc building  when called upon to do so, and  must accept full responsibility for  its safely in the meantime.  Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  For full particulars applv to���������������������������  W. C. COWELL,  Domonion     Lands     Agent,     Kam-i  loops, B. C.  Kamloops, B. C, March 27, 1917.  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I cannot understand why people don't  select my slorc in preference to his when 1 have  belter store service and merchandise to offer.  Before 1 remodeled my slorc, people said to me,  'Why don't you put modern fixtures in your  store���������������������������you'll do more business.' I did. I put  attractive fixtures throughout my slore, employed experienced salesmen, lo give efficient  service and 1 am free to say that my business is  incomparable in this city. Now will you tell mc  what's the matter wilh"the people in lhis city?  My location is good; 1 am careful in buying; I  guarantee everything I sell, and my prices arc  right for the good quality of merchandise 1 sell,  and slill my business doesn't increase."  And the experienced man, after hearing thc  merchant's story, said: "A necessity required in  business where merchandise, service, system and  x modern methods arc al their best, is���������������������������  "ADVERTISING.  "You've adopted the right idea wilhoul'establishing the right plan.    You've gol lhc kind of  . slorc in which people want to trade, bul you've  neglected to let Ihem know how well you're  equipped to handle Iheir trade. Your competitor  down thc street advertises to let lhc people know  what hc has to sell ancl how he sells it. The pco-  ' pic read it in thc newspapers and they go lhere to  buy. The best thing you can do now is to advertise. Start a A advertising campaign telling the  people in a scries of advertisements the same,  story you've just told mc.   Another thing to rc-  -ineinbei^=donU4hiiik-that-by-=plaGing-a-fe\v=threc-==  or four inch advertisements in the paper i'or a  month lhat you've done any advertising that will  result in profit.   Bc conservative in your expenditure, but at thc same time allow your advertis  ing lo represent the pari of a good salesman. Use  enough space each lime so lhe people-will see it at  a glance, and put enough "ginger" in it so that it  will be remembered long after it has been read."  ���������������������������Here endeth the first lesson on advertising, by  Sami Goinpefs, life Tn an wlio knows.  el  oes  (X  >0  (X  ANNIVERSARY SERVICE & ORATORIO !  I have a few sacks of Potatoes not up to the  requirements for export shipping, hut good  quality for domestic use, which 1 will sell for  $1.50 per sack of 100 lbs.  Book your orders with mc for Seed Potatoes.  Price according to quality.  J. E. CRANE  Enderby, B. C.  Tbe  anniversary  service  of  the  Enderby .Methodist Church will be  held on Sunday, April 22nd, when  services will be conducted morning  and evening by Rev. IL W. Lee of  Armstrong.    Special music will be  rendered al each service.    On Monday  evening  a   rare  musical   Ireal  will be given Ihe residents of Enderby district, when the Armstrong  Methodist Church choir', augmented  by about thirty voices, will give a  rendering    of    Maunder's    sacred  oratorio "From Olivet lo Calvary.-'  No oratorio is more popular with  music-loving people,  and  thc  rendering given  in Armstrong by the  choir on (iood Friday evening was  generally  recognized  to be of  the  highest order.  Methodist Church, Enderby  Sunday and Monday, April 22-23  j  fl  w  0  DON'T  DON'T  DON'T  DON'T  DON'T MISS IT  DON'T MISS IT!  DON'T MISS IT!  fl  I  fl  0  Admission to Oratorio 25c    c  =>oc=>(0

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