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 a*  Enderby, B. C., April 12, 1917  AND      WALKERS       WEEKLY  Vol. 10; No. 7; Whole No. 459  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Good morning! If you don't  chase your work it will chase you.  Born���������������������������Al the Enderby Hospital,  April 7th, to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie  LaRoy, a daughter.  P. Ii. Murphy left for the coast  this week to attend the Prohibition  convention at Victoria.  J. F. Johnston left for Vancouver  a few days ago, expecting to spend  the summer months there.  Thc "Red Cross 25c parcel post  bazaar will be held -on Saturday,  the 14th, in the Bell block.  Ptes. Evan Harris and Blanchard  ' Elliott, spent  Easter  at  their  Enderby homes, from Vernon.  Pte. W. F. Funk, of thc Forestry  Battalion, stationed at Kamloops, is  ���������������������������< spending a few- days in Enderby.  It . pays to read the . advertisements of enterprising home merchants. They are the people who  make it-possible to have conveniences right at your door, and'who  - keep thc home lown "on the map."  The saws were- started Tuesday,  morning by- the- Okanagan ~.Saw.  Mills, on the season's cut.- The outlook for a most successful season  is very bright, the dcmanjl for,  lumber being great ancl prices high.  Win. Nelson, representing the  well-known safe firm of J. J. Taylor, spent Wednesday in Enderby  to see if the bank rolls of the businessmen were bulging lhe sides of  their safes, making larger ones  necessary.  J. S. Johnstone has recovered  sufficiently from his recent illness  to be able to out of doors. His  friends were pleased to see him on  the street Tuesday and to congratulate him on having passed his  72nd birthday.  Two carloads of Al potatoes for  as optimistic as usual. He says he  has sold more town and farm property in Kelowna and vicinity in  the pasl three months than he sold  in the three years previous. Men  looking for homes arc coming inlo the district daily, and are bringing with them the money to make  substantial payments on what they  lake over. They are, too, for the  most.part, men who wish to build  a home, not investors buying for a  rise in price. Mr. Dellart is convinced that we'shall soon see more  activity, based upon real conditions in the Okanagan than was  ever experienced here.  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  the   following  day  Mr.    and   Mrs.  Hawes left on  their wedding trip  ADVANCE. BY BRITISH  London,  April   10.���������������������������The  British  TWO MORE ENDERBY DISTRICT  BOYS GONE  P.tHo.ic'^nd1" nrl-no^r?Kd!Kiio  lhc  s������������������ulhcrn  "fi  ������������������''  l'lc  Val!yV  I'ollowinV   ^ later visited  the  coast  cities. | offensive    between    Lens   and   St.  since publication of the last list:      j Last  week   iheir  Valley  neighbors, Quqntin,   with    which   thc   spring  W. J. Fenton   $ 2.00 , organized   a    vigilanco   committee j operations have  been  opened and  Rev. .1. 15. Urcllon      5.00 ! ana jn die dark of the moon -.vent! \vl,ich   is   slj11    in    progress,   has  G.   dosomnn     'L0,)' to" ihe   comfortable   home of   the j P������������������'ovcfl even more successful lhan  couple    and    "made   theiri'he earlier, accounts indicated. Sir  Okanagan Saw Mills       5.00  F. S. Stevens       2.50  young  J. R. "Gilford     2M  presence  fell."   The ladies ol" the! Douglas  Haig  reports  that yester-  C. C.  Fravel    ���������������������������  1.00  p..rty, had  baked  up  all   kinds of day's captures exceeded.9000 men,  TU'\l S\hranl     I'Sl! I S*00ti   l,linSs   to   c it,  uu.l   soon   ::1I |whi,e 40 Suns  fell  inlo' the hands-  Dr  H  W   Keith ' " " 500 i were inside Seeing thai the proper | of his tr<?ops.   The Canadians, who  S. F. 'llartrv   . YYY. YY. YYY. Y. 2.00 ! ponaltv   was    imposed    uj/on   the h������������������d one of lhe hardest bits of the  Miss A. 13. Faulkner  2.00ig,oom IUU\ hjs charming bride for ,,onl to contend with, arc now in  wIrSi VA* Fai,,kner  HJj' having so successfully maintained complete occupation of thc famous  A   C.  Skaling ' YYYYYYYYYYYY. l&OO ,' ������������������ "Quid wedding."                               Vi,������������������V iri(i&> even its eastern slope  Red Cross Tea Rooms ...... 5.00  Rev. J. A. Dow  3.00  $54.50  JOINS THE BENEDICTS  Word was received this week of  the death of two more boys from  this district,- killech in action,! 0ur ol(I -friend Frank Hawes,  "somewhere in France."���������������������������Ptes.'. always supposed to be a confirmed  Maurice Salt and Richard Groves,   bachelor/   (whatever     that     may  Both . were .Stirling characters,  well 'known , in ��������������������������� the dislrict, and  much esteemed. Pte. Sail enlisted  as from Grindrod, and Ptc. Groves  from:.Mara. This is the second son  from The'Groves'home to be killed,  at the front.  Tieat your friends to a Sunday  dinner at the King Edward. *     <   l  JONES���������������������������IIEDM AN  A quiet wedding look place at the  home of Mr., and Mrs. Robt. Jones,  lasl Friday Evening, when Rev, .1.  "A. Dow joined" in wedlock Mis.sislopc" ,  Laura Hcdman and their son/T. O.  The bride,wore a dress of white  silk   crepe  de-.chene  and . shadow,  having been cleared of the enemy.  The Canadians captured thc ridge  yesterday, laking 2000 prisoners,  and last night, in severe fighting,  repulsed German counter-attacks  on.the northern end of the eastern  RHEIMS TO BE EVACUATED  mean) has all the while, it.seems,,  had bene'dictine designs. A few'lace, and carried, a bouquet of car-  weeks'ago-he secured a marriage! nations.' Shc 'was attended by Miss  .license and very quietly took unto J Lena Olson, while tlie groom was  himself a, wife,-in the person of ' supported by his,brother, .George.  Mary M.,daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-; After "the- wedding"'ceremony,.*-a'  James McNab, Mabel Lake Valley,' supper was' served, only immediate  a few miles cast ofVfiiv.Ierby. The friends of the bride and'groom be-  ceremony was pcrfurmed by Rev. ing present. Thc happy couple  J. A. Dow at the McNab home, and were the recipients of many gifts.  Paris, April lO.V-Frcnch " authorities today ordered the cvacua-.'  lion. of. "Rheims by the civil, population. For several days past, the  iGcraians have.been waging,a powerful- .'offensive northeast ,61'  Rheims. ' '  A NNI VERSA R Y  SEP VICE  this week by J. E. Crane, one going  from Mara and one from Enderby.  This  is  the first  export  shipment  Thc anniversary service of the  Enderby Methodist Church 'will' be  held on Sunday, April -22nd, when  services will be conducted morning  and evening by Rev. R. W. Lee of  J Armstrong. Special music will be  'rendered at each service.   On Mon-  spring upon  lhc crowned   heads  twisting their  tails,   lt would bc strange, indeed, ii* lhc masses  th.e_e x po i:U m adte^  ing fellow workmen of neighboring peoples, and  nol come to lhcir senses as regards the cause of  il all.    Russia  has  led  the way.    Thc  Central  lo go from Enderby, and the spuds | Powers may follow���������������������������must follow.   Thc King of  netted the owners $-10 ii ton, cashj England,   the Kaiser,  and  thc  fallen   Czar,  arc  in band before the cars rolled.    | cousins.    King George is only nominally at lhc  The receipts at the whist drive head oi* thc governmcnl.   Hc Is King by sull'rage  and dance, Monday evening in K.  of P. Hall, given in aid of lhe  Enderby Hospital, amounted to  something over $50. Thc evening  was most enjoyable lo all tne  players, and  the whole affair  re  only, not by divine right.   Czar Nicholas thought  hc was king by divine right, and Kaiser William  "S  /t? ( ti\  i������������������st  V  J  *'-*���������������������������  '  /  the enemy at every turn of lhis great war game,  oul of "lhc plan.    To call il a revolution in the, hi������������������hest or(lcr  sense of lhc generally understood term is but lo  give it a name.   Il was simply the working oul of  onc grand coup, where* onc group of leaders in  lhc  Duma   kicked  oul  of  lhe  way  lhc  "Little  NA TION A L   SER VICE  RECR Ul TS  .1. X. Grant and Al. High arc  thc first l-jidoi'byitcs ��������������������������� lo_ be called  under the National Service Card  plan inaugurated by the Dominion  Father" and his group of ministers and usurped  thinks hc is ihe choice of Clod.    King George j their places in lhc name of Democracy. The mass   ^ ^ ���������������������������,,.,,... ���������������������������,  lllL ,,UI ,.  long ago sensibly abdicated in favor of his people, of lhc Russians probablv know very lillle about }Vni-M-nnVnn7"^  .   ,P   ������������������      , J   ,-,        XT. ,    ,       ... ...       .'      '  ,,.  ..        ,     .,���������������������������       . ,. ��������������������������� ,i     i 'ri , iio\ ei nmeiii.     i ne\   n.ne neon  no-  A lew weeks ago Czar Nicholas did likewise.    II  il and will nol lor months lo come.    1 lie purpose |,jj.0(| {() no|(| []lcmst.]Vt,s jn i-osiciI-  wc can read between the lines of thc repealed of this master stroke may hc surmised from Hiisj|lL>ss l(, ,,() lo Toronto lo p-issthe  sViiVcd'most" satisfactorily to those public utterances of the German grand chancel- summing up by an American newspaper: mc*;h.iniCil| k.sl ,-,���������������������������. jmmediale em-  ladies having it in hand, lor, il will be seen thai his oft-expressed stale- "Hitherto, anyone wlio urged Unit democracy was pl( vnK.���������������������������i  in   lht.  x.w\\t..\v.\\   Myin������������������  Ihr'yploSonrThicir'dest^^^^ lhcy were fighting for-ovcrtlirow persecution  of  the  .lew?"    And  yiinlhijr:. "I?orUcs IIIlyonc hnviiitf-work in Lhis line  the plant were not due to accident. <J* ������������������ic autocracy of Europe,    lhis they could no   nearly three  yca.s  Americans   have hurl to lace |0 no|ify h|m ;|| nnce<  ��������������������������� I do and continue thc Czar in Russia, the bitterest j these questions,  and   they  have  been  a  deadly  An exchange tells of a newspaper |clcspol of them all.    So, il looks as though they i blight   lo ��������������������������� lhc  sympathies   which   naturally   arc  reporter   who   interviewed  thirly.jiUKi forced him   to step down, hoping that his Evoked by the appeals of the battling democracies  successful businessmen and founds cloing so liiighl liavc the desired effect upon the over  the seas   lo  our  democracy  in   America."  lhat all of them when boys bad  been governed strictly, and frequently thrashed. He also interviewed thirty loafers and learned  lhal twenty-seven of them had .been  "mamma's darling,"'and Ihe other!  three had been reared by IheXr  grandmothers.  E. R. E. Dellart, of Kelowna, was  in Enderby this week, looking over  with  a  prospective buyer his ex  German Kaiser  Now lhat this obstacle has been removed, says a  third, "wc need no longer haggle over details  Since thc United Slates came into the game, the We have come  upon  the  larger vision  of  this  cry now is that il is a fight between democracy  and autocracy, which means that only now arc  the warring nations themselves beginning lo see  RED CROSS FUNDS  Proceeds of teas in March. .?-l(l.-If)  Expenses    11..")")  Patriotic  Fund        5,00  Prisoners of War Fund        8.00  Contributions were received as follows: Mrs. Mowat, cream; Mrs.  Winler,   lea;   Miss   Burnham,   lea;  mighly struggle, and it is with lhat we have lo  deal.   So long as democracy is under attack, there  is but onc place in the sun for the United Stales  the real purpose of il all.    It always has been ajlo occupy."   Following the Russian change from (Mrs. lCmeny, tea; Mrs. Forster, tea  war between democracy and autocracy, only wcjone of lhe most cruel and despotic governments and sugar; Mr. Lewis, wood.   Don-  have not been able lo see it because wc have in the world lo one of democracy, the next step alions   received   for  Prisoners  of  blinded our eyes by prejudices created and keptUvc shall see will bc a sudden switch lo a conslilu- War Fund: X. Y. '/.., $2; Girl's Rod  alive by thc powers in control.    Henceforth, we lional  monarchy or  to  democracy straight,  in Cross  Auxilary,   31;   collected   in  cellcnl ranch property, known as may look for greater stress lo bc put upon the Germany and Austria���������������������������and  then  lhc war shall bank (lea room) 32.21; Miss Gibbs,  Ihe Fortune Farm.   Mr. Dellart is'new war slogan, and when lhe crowned head of be brought lo a close.   It's Kaiser Bill's move. 310.OO. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, April 12, 1917.  All great reforms  started out to  take by the sword  that which  afterwards came  by mutual  agreement  HUNGRY EUROPE  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  H.   M.   WAI.KKR  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby.   B. C. at  $2   per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rates:   Transient.  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising-. SI an inch per month. ���������������������������  THURSDAY. APRIL .12, 1917  THE PROBLEM EACH MUST FACE  -"Whether competition is to hc keener aflcr the  war Hum it has heen remains to he seen.. But  Whether it is or isn't, the problem of success will  remain lhc same. No amount of combining one  against the other, either as nalions or individuals,  can alter that. To be successful, cither as a nation  or as individuals, wc must do something lo distinguish ourselves from the crowd. This docs  not mean something "sensational." The sensational stuff is the easy way to attract attention;  may or may not bc temporarily successful. But  unless back of the shrieking and drum-beating  there is actual merit, it profitcth little. It is not  for thc man or the nation wilh a career lo carve.  Unless as a people wc can make our inward  identity as distinct lo the minds of our fcllowmen  as our outward identity is to their eyes, we shall  never achieve a worthy success. It is an almost  invariable rule lhal the greater thc man the  more natural he is���������������������������and it is the same .with nalions. Thc more we blind ourselves into the conventional pattern of petty vanities, pretenses and  noses, the less ellicient wc become.  Germany's food dictator says the responsibility  for short food-crops in  lhal counlry falls upon  dljoj^orc L^l^allJi k eSoSo lam c-thcJLo re Vfo r-th < j*-  results of our own cussedness.  LAW  BREAKING PATRIOTS  Thc utter disorganization of the world's shipping, due to the submarine campaign and the  British blockade of Germany, has cut off from  Europe the regular supply of raw materials.  England, once one of thc great sources for boots  and shoes, cannot obtain hides, and the people,  owing to the scarcity of leather, are now reverting to the wooden shoes worn by their forefathers in lhc Middle Ages. In Germany a similar condition prevails, though there lhcy arc  reported to bc substituting for leather boots made  of.felt, cloth, straw mixed with linoleum and of  compressed" paper. But it is lhe shortage of  cereals and other foodstuffs that is pressing mosl  heavily upon Europe. Russia, one of lhc gran-  ories of lhc world, lacks bread because trallic facilities of the Empire arc absorbed by military  needs. In every European country, belligerent as  well as neutral, hunger is felt.  Looking forward to this year's supply for England ancl her allies, a great responsibility rests  upon Canada in the matter of wheat. True, thc  entrance of the United Slates into thc war on thc  side of the Entente Allies, assures us of the  hearty co-operation of lhat country in the work  supplying lhc food. But it musl bc remembered  that the United Stales has already been doing all  it was possible lo do in thc supplying of munitions and food, and really very little more can  bc looked for in the way of supplies. It must bc  remembered, loo, lhal lhere is an estimated decrease of 50,000,000 bushels in the winter wheal  crop of the Slates from last year, and 270,000,000  bushels from the crop of 1915. Thc extent of thc  winter wheat crop, usually about two-thirds of  the entire production of wheal in lhat country,  is the most vital question, inasmuch as the Allies  will have lo depend to a large degree upon  American supplies as Argentina has placed an  embargo on wheat and flour exports.  "England," says -Mrs.-. Skclliinglon, "cannot  govern Ireland." Then why not let Ireland govern herself'? Shc could not make a worse fist of  it lhan has  been made.  Are you going to do any  Building" or Repairing"  This Season?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Flooring and Ceiling ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������10.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding ���������������������������;'... $10.00  Cull Boards ...' ,    5.00      "  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6  13.00     ������������������"  No. 3 Cedar Bevel Siding 15,00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, fy*&������������������URPHY Enderby  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.  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON,  WASTEFULNESS OF HALF-DOING  Many people' have peculiar ideas regarding  crime. Lotteries and rallies are unlawful. 11 is  a crime for an individual, a businessman or anyone else "to hold a lottery or rallle, and a heavy  penally is_pityseribed .ill.__casc\ _ of _ jyonviction.  Any game of chance comes within tlie purview  of this law. And yet, il i.s a common practice,  particularly of our women folk, lo hold rallies  and lotteries to raise church funds, patriotic  funds, etc. They labor under the delusion lhal  because Ihey do so for tlit* church or other cause  considered worthy, they therefore do not come  within lhe pale of lhe law. In truth, however,  Ihey arc as much guilty of crime as an individual  would be who breaks the law for private gain.  Sonic churches are beginning lo see lhis. while  others, seemingly, do nol. A strong condemnation of church and patriotic rallies and lotteries  was voiced by members of the Presbyterian  Synod in session al New Westminster last week,  and a recommendation was made by the Synod  lo lhe Dominion Government that lhe criminal  code be so amended as lo make such rallies and  lotteries illegal. Members of the Synod were a  unit in condemning these methods of raising  money, one speaker declaring that lhis practice  was demoralizing lo lhe youth of our community  and was in ell'eel prostituting' the religious,  patriotic and benevolent feeling of the people in  lhe name and under lhc guise of a good cause.  Mow can the ordinary mind understand what  all lhe (rouble over in Europe is about when each  and all of lhe belligerents claim to be lighting for  the same thing, "guarantees of peace ancl the  right lo live"?  If this war docs not leach thc world much of  anything else worth while, it must burn inlo the  very heart of nations the tremendous wastefulness of half-done work. In ycars past the Brilish  people have referred half sportively and half in  seriousness to their ability lo "muddle through"  any serious difficulty. And when thc war broke  oul lhcy began in the same old way lo clo the  same old muddling. A strict censorship was  put on by tbe war ollice which covered up thc  bungling "of thc ollicials for a time, but it finally  became\so apparent lhal the great Brilish heart  was stirred lo the very foundations of the Empire. They discovered lhat lhcy were up against  the greatest fighting machine thc world has ever  scen^ and that, if they were lo win, lhcy would  have to cease bungling. And wilh whal results'?  Every industry has been nationalized; every department litis been made ellicient; all the red tape  of officialdom has been discarded, and thc one  word "efficiency," has been nailed to every door.  This in matters of war. Will it hc continued  in matters of peace? Can wc, under our democratic form of government, bring il lo bear upon  lhe nation as individuals'? To do so will lest  our system of government as it has never before  been "tested. Wc have repeatedly heard the militarism of Germany denounced, ancl rightly, too,  so far as it has been responsible for lhe bringing  on-ol-thG-waiv-bulVnHiiallers-of^internal^all'airsr  what we on the outside denounce as militarism,  has been, in fact, thc greatest aid in the upbuilding of that Empire. To compete against thc systematized cllicicncy of'lhc enemy has taxed not  only Britain and France, Russia and Italy, bul thc  world, and we see today this most powerful Central Power holding af arm's length almost thc  balance of the world powers arrayed against her.  U wLlLL^VliLTiridj^w^  there is a greal lesson in il for us. Thc extravagance and loss resulting from a slip-shod way of  doing, or a slip-shod education, is almost beyond  compulation. To be nndev Ihe necessity, all  through life, of patching up. of having lo clo over  ngaiiHialf done and botched work, is not only a  source of terrible waste, hid the subsequent loss  of self-respect and life in the individual is also  very greal. Why should we be afraid lo show  thoroughness in whatever we undertake? There  is, il is Irue, a sort of popular idea prevalent, that;  one should ndt be over-fastidious, over-anxious,  about doing Ihings loo well. But thoroughness  is a great quality when once mastered. II makes  all work easier/and brings lo life more sunshine  and belter all-round results.  Every successful businessman is and  has been a firm > believer in newspaper  advertising. You can pick them out in  your town by looking over the pages of  your home paper.  CITY OF ENDERBY  NOTICE is hereby given that lhe  first silling of lhe Annual Court of  Revision of the "Municipality of thc  Cilv of Enderbv for the year 1917,  will he held at lhc Cily Hall, Endcrhy, on Monday, the 23rd day of  April, li)17, at 7.30 o'clock p.m.,  for lhc purpose of hearing and determining complaints against the  assessment for the said year, as  made by the Assessor, and revising  and correcting thc assessment roll.  Any person complaining against  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 ihe Court and  stale his complaint; and the Courl  may'confirm or correct the assessment;  Provided he shall first have given  notice in wriling to lhe Assessor of  lhe ground of his complaint at least  ten days before the dale of the said  first sitting.  Dated al the Citv Hall, Enderby,  this 17th tlav of March, 1917.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  ..-   d Ly^Cl ci:k.=-  FRESH  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  Marriage "Wrong and Degrading"  Owing to a strange hatred of marriage on the  part of a wealthy aunt of hers who recently died,  a well known and attractive London socicly  woman has been done out of a legacy of $2,500  and some exceedingly valuable properly. She is  the Hon. Mrs. Sybil Macnaiighlen, wife of Capt.  McXaughlen, son of Lord Macnaughten. The  aunt, who considered lhal marriage was morally  wrong and degrading', was lhe late Miss Frances  (Indiain of Liverpool, who left property valued  al $500,000. This rich spinster left practically  everything lo the ecclesiastical commission.  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  $ $>$>M><i*$*4'<^$><S^$*<^^ :  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.  > $>$*4><$������������������$>$><*$*4*8>'$<$^  SYNOPSIS CF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, lhe Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of lhe Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a lerm of twenty-  one years al an annual rental of $1  an acre. Nol more than 2560 'acres  will be leased- to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  ���������������������������made by the applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for a're  situated.  In surveyed lerrilory the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions bf sections, aiid  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be slaked out by  lhc applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 85 which will be  refunded if thc rights applied for  arc not available, but not otherwise.,  ^rojItltjVHilTirbe paid oh the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish the Agcnl wilh sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay thc royalty thereon.  If the coal mining righls are not  operated,-such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  Thjy lease will include thc coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may bc permilled lo purchase whatever available surface righls as may  be considered necessary for the  working of thc mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to lhc Secretary of  lhc Department of lhc Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  ,  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the InlerJor.  N.B.-Unaulhorized publication of  Ihis advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  C. P. R. TIMETABLE^  Southbound  10.45 lv.       Sicamous  11.18. Mara  11.34 Grindrod  11.49 ENDERBY  12.15 Armstrong  13.03 Vernon  13.25 ar.    .Okanagan Ldg  ar.  NorHibound  18.15  17.58  17.14  16.59  16.30  15.45  lv.15.30  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  u. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  <  Look at expiry date with your  name on paper.   If it isn't up to  date will you not bring it up to  Mate? The Walker Press ���������������������������^  I:- t  Thursday, April 12, 1917.  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  'SHELL HOLE ADVANCE"  SEED POTATOES SCARCE  Unless all indications fail, there is going to,be a  scarcity of good seed potatoes this year, and lhc  price undoubtedly will be high. We understand several lots fo potatoes are being held for  seed, which under ordinary circumstances would  mean an ample supply. Bul this season we may  expect  lo sec a large number of people incx  dipped. Leave in liquid one hour and a half to  two hours. Take out andtfsnread them out to dry  on the floor, previously'.treated to a swabbing  wilh the formaldehyde solution.  THE LAST PEACE OFFER  Count Czcrnin, thc Austro-Hungarian foreign  minister is quoted as saying that the Entente Al-  Licut. R. J. Burde is editor of the troop paper  published at the front by the boys of the B. C.  regiments. It is published in a light vein, showing none of the hardships which the troops must  face, and makes light of the dark days Ihey must  of necessity suffer.  "While thc people of this land arc so engrossed in the art of history making, and given  over lo thc excitement of geographical speculation," il says, "wc observe a tendency to forget  all other fields of useful enterprise. Opportunities for profitable developments are calling to us,  the loudest calls coming from thc neglected industries of agriculture and mining, ancl thc overlooked inducements of the tourist trade. The  annual effort that has been expended on thc  fertilization of our soil warrants a faith in productive possibilities beyond thc calculations of  any professor of agricultural science. The  ground is already ploughed.  "The everyday evidences of metal deposits  should/ arrest and divert in this direction thc  attention of fortune chasers who have proved a  waste of time, energy   and   m  through miles of rock, on and off ������������������������������������. ������������������������������������������������������ ������������������ ������������������^-i  .        ,. , . ,    - , ,   , . ,    , .      ,-,        ,- ,,        ,   ,        ..    ,       TP    ,, - ..  ceptive colors and elusive quantities. Here the1 "6 ot brownish or blackish dots. Enough po- the whole subject. Ii ithe peace conlcrence  working miner is independent of capital and itatocs should be examined in this way to lorm an should show that an agreement was-impossible,  cumbersome machinery.    Two hand tools, one  pcricnccd in potato culture, in both the town and Iics can conchldc un honomble peace with the  country district, who intend  to  plant potatoes /-,,,,-. . ,. ,.,..,  for market. Thc question of disinfection of seed: Antral Powers at any time and that thc pro-  potatoes is therefore an important onc. It is tojPosal oi thc Central Empires for a peace confer-  bc remembered lhat disinfection is of use only ence still holds good. /'Wc arc not going lo bc  againsl external diseases such as scab and destroyed, bul neither do we wish to destroy."  powdery scab II is useless against internal dis-?hc is quolcd as s ing# ������������������0ur fronls urc'slrongcr  cases such as laic blight and wilt.    lhc manner.., ^ .....      . ,  of treatment is set forth in a circular recently issued by thc Provincial Department of Agriculture, which says:  "Pick over  lhc potatoes before  treating,  rejecting  those  visibly   affected   with   rots,  late  than ever. Our economic situation is secured.  Wc must take our hats oil" lo thc millions in thc  trenches and to those at home on thc battlefield  of labor. The day will conic when the people of  thc monarchy will receive the rewards of their  blight, or badly atlacked by scab. If a sample heroism. We occupy extensive territories of our  shows 10 per cent infection with wilt, do not use enemies, and they occupy extensive districts of  it for seed. It is likely, in such case, lhat even;ours. On thc seas the blockade.of our enemies  apparently sound seed may carry the disease.'is lighting againsl our submarine war. All intcr-  oney in borin<* ^^ *s ^C^CC^C(] by cutting off" a thin slice from'national treaties are being torn up. It'is impos-  T the trail of ck>i^lc s^cni cnt^' W'1C13 infection-is'revealed by thc siblc to settle some of these questions apart from  with which to rake .the surface of the ground, and  lhc other with which lo dig a few feet below,  comprise all lhc equipment the willing worker  requires for an abundant output.  "Our unequalled pleasure attractions need only  be properly advertised, and all the tourist business lhat now goes to support lhc summer hotels  accurate idea of thc percentage of infection."! the fight, which will not have been,interrupted,  i When only a small amount is present each tuber will continue. Wc have openly declared th'al we  must be examined and diseased ones thrown out. arc waging a war which has been forced upon us.  This may bc done before or after treating. The Our aim is to gain the assurance of the free and  formaldehyde treatment is very simple and is. undisturbed development of the monarchy. We  effective only against scab. Formaldehyde is a,must receive guarantees for our existence and for  gas, and the commercial article, called formalin,' our means of existence. As soon as our enemies  is a solution of this gas in water.   It should bc abandon their unrealizable ideas,of smashing us,  of Brilish Columbia will change ils course "and1.8"���������������������������������������������*??* to contain 40 Per cent of foriiialdc- as^ soon as  ihcy arc ready to negotiate for a  head for our eslamincls.   By way of suggestion Mc    Lhc present wholesale price is about $2 peace honorable to   hem and to us then nothing  for an advertising campaign wc submit the lol-. P<T ^ll������������������1}   (j^out  10  pounds,  whic  the, retail stands in the way oi negotiations.  lowing: Moonlight and Vciy Light excursions on Pnce;������������������ a30l,t 50? Pcr P?und._   The dipping treat  thc light railway.   Open cars all thc way.   Frc- fj10"1 destroys spores adhering to the surface ot  quart stops at advantageous view points.   Light-    lc f^rs. but  he ;'esul   will last only as long as  UM.g'changes of sccnciy producer by up-to-dalc thc tu!*������������������ arc.!?cPl protected against contamm-  sccne-shifting" methods.   Swimming pools made  while you wait.   Experience the rare delights of  floating up and down miles of canals on duck-  board rafts, calling al caves and basins sweet  scented with the fresh fragrance of lyddite.   The  lure of the hunt'���������������������������expeditions into the wire junr  gles of.No Man's Land where big game abounds.  Adventure that far   excels   in   excitement  the  -sports of rabbit'potting in,England or tiger hunl-  . ing in the wilds of Africa:   No close season.. No  . gun license required.   Guides not necessary. Map  locations furnished.   Music with charm's to still  thc    savage    heart���������������������������harmonious    blending    of  sounds from- light and heavy instruments that  quicken lhc soul with contemplations of the paradise to coined and motions of the earth that rock  you into peaceful slumbers."   .  EDUCATION AND THE FARM  MUCH THAT DOGS CAN DO  Ellwood Hcndrick  writing in The Red Cross  ition. Formaldehyde, being a gas, evaporates, Magazine about the heroic work of thc dogs of  after which there is no protection from it. Hence (lhc various armies on the battlefield, concludes  if treated tubers are lo be dried and stored, in--with these words: "Other stories of the heroism  stead of being planted at once, it is essential [of dogs are likely to come to us when the" war is  lhat thc place of stor&ge is also disinfected thor- oyer, and from them we.may gain more wisdom  oughly by swabbing down .with formaldehyde,  1 lb. to 10 gallons of water, or blucstonc, 1 lb. "to  10 gallons.   It is:better to treat'just before plant-  about dogs . Wc are likely to become informed  but whether wc learn it or not rests with us���������������������������  that a chance for.education and training is im  ing and avoid drying and. storing.    If more, po- portant for-a dog if it is to lead a useful life,-and  tatocs are treated in this, solution than actually  planted lhcy arc not injured for human or stock  food. Thc dipping solution should have 1 lb. of  40-per cent.formaldehyde lo.30 gallons pf_watcr  that in the economy of. a better order of. things  there is a greal deal of work for dogs to do. In  dealing with dogs wc should'be .philosophical  and.remember.thai misplacement!is a cause.of  Put enough of this jn to a barrel; to completely'disorder; that dogs as avcII as men, women arid  immerse a sack of potatoes. , With an ordinary  40-gallon barrel this will lake aboul 25 gallons.  Thc remainder can be put into some convenient  even boots and shoes, are most useful in those  places where;lhcy can do most good.    .    .    .  However, wc do not have to.go killing people to  container to make good waste as each, sack is make dogs worth while.  .  O*  CT>   '  a  p  ������������������<  * *  CD     ,    ���������������������������  A  c  |mA ���������������������������  c  o  CO  o  Ua^ ���������������������������  a>       ���������������������������  *<T ���������������������������-.. ���������������������������''."  cr   *  '.:  p  ������������������i * -���������������������������- ���������������������������  P  "*:: VV  O  a> ��������������������������� '' -:- \  C  0  ���������������������������                   -~ ��������������������������� A  a  s                                 -' -  ���������������������������3                            :"    '* '  rt  '   < -.    -���������������������������    -   ..���������������������������  sr  ��������������������������� ,   , - V *ifcV-.  <D .  i- -    .          *" -.\ . \  O  Y -���������������������������'���������������������������"* -' '77-77-%  O  '���������������������������<.......'..   -.' .j ro.���������������������������.f���������������������������n  *������������������������������������������������������-  . V .V; AS-'.fV-v  3  1":;.*7V,.,:^  a>  /         "                         '       "         ���������������������������        "    -r- "  ������������������i  ���������������������������"_   '   * j r'  The Wicks Commillcc, which lias been investi  gating condilions  among  the   farmers of New  York slate lo be used as a basis for legislation to  benefit farmers and consumers, finds that onc-  Ihird of lhc farmers of that stale fare so badly  that Ihey would bc better off if lhcy would lend  the money lhcy have invested in farms and hire  out as laborers. There is, however, nothing  alarming in this statement, either as it applies to  thc farmers of New York stale or to farmers  generally. This is a lower average of failure than  prevails in olher calljngs. A recent federal trade  commission is authority for thc statement lhat  -aUeasUonc-hall-ol-busincss-venturcs-arc-failurcSf-  II is a case of efficiency, of the survival of thc  fittest, whether in business or farming. Thc recent Wicks Committee report bears out this  statement. Thc fanner who has a high school  education makes twice as much as thc farmer  who has not, and the college graduate on thc  farm makes three times as much as thc farmer  who has neither high school nor college training.  The educated farmer is the onc who is making  money, just as superior intelligence brings increased success in every other line of work.  EXTRA RAILWAY EQUIPMENT  THE  FACTORY  She must have Food  IS TO CANADA  THE FARM  iaga  for her Armies in the Field���������������������������for her Workers in the Factory-  the Munition plant���������������������������in the Shipyard���������������������������in the Mine.  -in  THERE'S DANGER  Do You Know���������������������������  SIGHf-BUT-YOU CAH HELP  Steps arc being taken by the Dominion Government to prepare for next fall and winter  Transportation problems in order lo prevent a  repetition of the car congestion of lasl winter, al  least so far as thc public-owned roads arc concerned. An ordcr-in-council has been passed  authorizing the purchase of 50 more locomotives,  25 for the Intercolonial and 25 for lhc N. T. R.  They are of the Milcado type for heavy freight'  work. The successful tenderer was thc Canadian  Locomotive Works, Kingston, at a cost of $47,-  750 each. The next lowest tenderer was $5,000  per locomotive more. -  Large orders for freight cars are also being  placed, although they are difficult to obtain either  in Canada or the United States. Canadian firms,  at the present time, are working on orders for  1000 box cars, while 1000 coal cars have been  purchased in the Uniled States. Thc coal cars  will be used to help solve the coal shortage problem. During the fiscal year just closed there  were 88 engines added to the Government railway equipment.  Somebody has declared thai thc real optimist  is the fellow who believes thc pictures on his  package of seeds.  that the rapidly rising price bf food stuffs  ���������������������������means that the World's reserve supply is  getting small ?  Do You Know-  Yqu Can���������������������������  help  thwart  Germany's   desperate   submarine thrust on the high seas.  You Can���������������������������  that a .world-wide  famine  can  only  averted by increasing this supply ?  be  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 that he has fully done  his part���������������������������Avho having land���������������������������be it garden  patch, or farm, or rarith���������������������������fails to make it  produce food to its utmost capacity.  BRITAIN appeals to CANADA  THE  NEAREST  PRODUCER  OF STAPLE  FOODS  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  THESE  FARM PRODUCTS  . ARE NEEDED=  FORJXPORT  WHEAT,  OATS,  BEEF,  BACON,  CHEESE,  EGGS,  BUTTER,  POULTRY,  BEANS & PEAS,  WOOL,  FLAX AND  FLAX FIBRE,  DRIED  VEGETABLES  a  No matter what difficulties may  face us, the supreme duty of every  man on ihe 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  DOMINION DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE  OTTAWA THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, April 12, 1917.  TI-LXDI-R  for  building  Sealed tenders will be received  hy the undersigned up lo Saturday  noon, April 28lh, 1917, I'or the purchase of an unfinished two-slory  lumber house 30x28 feet, situated  upon the west half of lhe northeast  10, Township 10, H tinge 0, 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 .101-1, shortly before lhe commencement of lhc  European war.  Terms cash.  The successful tenderer will be  required lo remove lhe building  when called upon to do so, and  must accept full responsibility for  ils safety in the meantime.  Highest or any lender nol necessarily accepted.  For full particulars applv lo���������������������������  W. C. COWELL,  Domonion     Lands     Agent,     Kamloops, 13. C.  Kamloops, 13. C, March 27, 1917.  IF NOT, WHY NOT  When the home vote polled last  September was counted, Premier  Bowser was found to be defeated  by three or four hundred votes.  When   Ihe  soldiers'  vote  came  in  LAUDS  PRESIDENT   WILSON  . However much it may pain one  to have to admit it, he cannot escape the logic of whal George Bernard Shaw lias said of President  Wilson's altitude in the war.   After  from overseas, the majority given ! characterizing President Wilson as  for Premier Bowser was sullicienl ."lhc only great statesman produced  lo overcome the home vote major-1 h.v the war," thai severest of critics  ity and Mr. Bowser was declared says: "The entrance of the United  elected and now sits in the Pro-1 Slnles into lhe war was inevitable  vincial Mouse as leader of thc op-j I*"1' mechanical reasons. Germany  position. Other legislators now in j hud forced them lo arm Iheir ship-  ollice al Victoria were elected in | P'ng against submarine attack. Ger-  like manner���������������������������bv the soldiers' votc.'l "mn  undersea  bo'als  were sinking  fF  FOR SALE  A    Ford    ear,    equipped    with  Presto  lights, speedometer, chains,  horn, elc.    Driven only 2700 miles;  good as new'. Will sell at a bargain.  F. FRAVEL, Enderby.  When llie soldiers' vole was  counted for and against Prohibilion it was found lhat .the majority  given al home I'or lhe measure had  been wiped oul by lhc soldiers and  a substantial majority given lhe  other way. No objection was  raised lo the soldiers' vote electing  Mr. Bowser and olher legislators.  But when the soldiers' vote against  Prohibilion was announced, our  church leaders, then in Victoria  seeking class legislation exempting  church proprty from laxalion,  joined hands with the Prohibition  leaders in a demand on the Government that the soldiers' vote be  ignored because of supposed irregularities and thai lolal Prohibilion  bo al once brought down.  One soldier wriling from lhe  front said: "Il seems strange thai  so soon as men don lhe uniform  and go forth lo fight for lhcir country, Ihey become, in the eyes of  fanatics cither thieves or liars and  can be bought for a drink of  whisky." While this may not be  the view of all, or even a majority  of lhe boys at the front, nevertheless, to ignore thc oulcome of thc  soldiers' vole would be one of the  most serious blunders Premier  Brewster could make, and for thc  churches and Prohibitionists lo ask  that the vole be ignored, is Utile  short of an outrage on the men  who are overseas.  If the soldiers' vole stood', in lhe  matter of the election of legislators, wh.y should it not stand in  the matter of Prohibition?  Quicker than writing*  Quicker than wiring-  Quicker than going  by train  And a Long- Distance "call" to thc home of your friend in any  town in the Valley costs only 25c  OKANAGAN TELEPHONE CO.  American ship, and American  ships were preparing to sink  undersea boats in self-defence.  "This would have produced a situation  worse lhan  war, because if  an American ship captured an undersea   crew   or   a   German   submarine captured an American crew  which had  fired  on  her,  the  prisoners  in  either  case,  would  have  been,   not   prisoners   of  war,   bul  pirates,   and    would,    presumably,  have been hanged as such.    Under  such   circumstances   an   intelligent  captain would not have taken any  prisoners,   and   as  intelligent  captains   arc,   by   definition,   also   humane    captains,    this    alternative  would have been unbearable.    Germany has, in fact, forced the United Stales to accept war wilh her.  "President Wilson, the only great  statesman   the   war   has   produced,  has thus got an inside grip morally  by  keeping his head,  and, having  an uncommonly good head lo keep,  not to mention  a character which  is thc great American  tradition of  Lincoln   and   Washington,   he   has  placed   his  country  in  an   impregnable  posi lion   morally  and   politically.     Shc   has   escaped  all entanglements in   European  alliances  and comes inlo lhe war wilh a free  hand  and  an absolutely clcan^rcc-  ord so far as aggression or provocation   arc   concerned.     President  Wilson has not made a single false  step, ami every American can back  him  without  Ihe scruples that are  tearing     lender      consciences     to  pieces    all    over    Europe,    where  every  one  of  the  Allies  has been  pul  repeatedly, inlo  false positions  by  ils statesmen,  ancl  the alliance  as a whole has been compromised  by  public  documents  which,  even  when   practical   conclusions   have  been    justifiable    and     inevitable,  have   been   in    tone    and   thought  little heller lhan lhc manifestos of  brigands.     These   documents  have |  had,  among  other  efi'ects,  lhat  of  making il impossible for lhc Uniled  Stales to come inlo an alliance.    1  esteem   the   entry   of   the. United  Stales inlo this war as a first-class  moral  asset lo lhe common  cause  against junkerism."  35  SURI  CROP  ted Seeds  .Pkg. 10c, oz. 25c,  Rennie's Market Garden Table Carrot.  4 oz. 75c, lb. $2.25.  Cardinal Globe Table Beet... .Pkg. loc, oz. 20c, i oz. 50c, lb. $1.50  Glory Enkhuizen Cabbage(hard head) .Pkg. 5c, oz. 30c, i ozs. $1.00  Rennie's Spinach Beet (for table greens). .Pkg. 10c, oz. 30c,  \ 4 ozs. 90c.  Stringless Refugee Wax (Butter) Beans 4 oz. 15c.  lb. 50c, 5 lbs. $2.25.  Rennie's XXX Early Table Corn (sweetest) Pkff. 10c,  lb. 40c, 5 lbs. $1.90. *  Davis Perfect Cucumber, for table or pickles Pkg. 5c,  oz. 20c, 4 ozs. 50c.  XXX Pink Skin Tomato, solid fruit, big cropper. .Pkg. 15c,  % oz. 35c, oz. 60c.  Mammoth   Green   Squash,   specimen   403   lbs.   weight,  Pkg. 10 seeds 25c.  XXX Scarlet Round Radish (white tipped) .Pkg. 10c, oz. 20c,  4 ozs. 50c.  Quaker Pie Pumpkin,   popular for pics. Pkg. ioc, oz. 25c, 4 oz. 75c  Laxtonian Bush Table Peas, extra early.. .4 oz. 15c. lb. 45c.  5 lbs. $1.90.  Champion Moss Curled Parsley. .Pkg. 5c, oz. 20c, 4 ozs. 50c,  lb. $1.50.  Select Yellow Dutch Onion Setts lb. 35c, 5 lbs. $1.70  Rennie's Selected Yellow Globe Danvers Onion (black seed'  Pkg. 5c, oz. 25c.  Extra Early Red Onion (black seed) Pkg. 5c, oz. 25c,  4 ozs. 65c, lb. $2.10.  Select Nonpareil Lettuce;    large heads.Pkg. 5c, oz. 20c, 4 ozs. 60c  Giant White Feeding Sugar Beet, for stock 4 ozs. 15c,  V, lb. 25c, lb. 45c.  Rennie's Prize Swedefor table or stock.4 ozs. 20c, y2 lb. 35c, lb. 65c  XXX Climbing Mixture, Nasturtiums... .Pkg. 10c, oz. 20c;  4 ozs. 50c.  Sweet Mignonette, fragrant, large flowers. .Pkg. 5c, oz. 25c  Giant Trimardeau Pansy, all colors mixed.Pkg. 10c, i/8 oz. 40c  Spencer Choice Mixed Sweet Peas Pkg. 10c, oz. 30c,  4 ozs. 90c, lb. $3.00.  *--   - i _  "Pakro" Seedtape.   "You plant it by the yard."  2 pkts. for 25c.   Ask for descriptive list.  Rennie's Seed Annual Free to All.  Delivery Free in Canada.  Order through your LOCAL DEALER or direct from  -RFNHIF'-Q QITnQWm' rennie oo.xMted  KlI-SiilllL U ULLUU 113S Homer Si, Vancouver"'  Also  a I  Toronto'  Montreal        Winnipeg  G:  MARCH WEATHER  Potatoes  I have a few sacks of Potatoes not up to the  requirements tor export shipping, hut good  (liialitv for domestic use, which I will sell tor  $1.50 per sack of 100 lbs.  o  2  .3  ���������������������������1  5  (>  7  8  <)  -10-  ���������������������������/������������������������������������������������������  I'Sr      Z  7i'   .-     ^  32  33  31  30  43  38  ���������������������������12  42  A i  ~VT  10  25  2(5  21  1(������������������  28  12  :")  0  <)  ���������������������������10  ���������������������������12    2!)  12  13    .11    30    11    .()���������������������������!  Hook your orders with me i'or Seed Potatoes.  Price according to quality.  J. E. CRANE  Enderby, B. 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P., Liberal, will ask Premier  Lloyd George next week whether  the dill'crcneialion made by President Wilson between lhe German  (Iovernnienl and the German people in his address lo Congress ree-  We can supply you with package seeds from the following  ���������������������������Rennies', Steele-Briggs, McKenzie's and Seimners���������������������������  Now on hand.  Bulk Garden Seeds, Mangles, Sugar Beets and Turnips.  Alfalfa, Red Clover, Alsike and Lawn Sceds^  DIL.L BROS.  Gents' Furnishings and Groceries  ommending war with Germany, is  endorsed by the British Government, and whether, with a view to  encouraging the German people to  throw ofl' the Hohcnzollcrn regime  the Premier will take steps to  show unmistakably British sympathy wilh the German people.  SECRET SOCIETIES  ANOTHER PEACE MOVE  Petrograd, April 10.���������������������������The Provisional Government loday announced relinquishment of its  claim for "Russia of Constantinople  as part of lhe price of peace, as  previously slated by the bureaucratic regime.  "Russia does nol lust for strengthening of her power abroad at the  expense of other nations," says the  proclamation. "The Government  does nol aim lo subjugate or humiliate any one. These principles  cnnslilutc thc basis of its foreign  policy."  J. C. METCALFE  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  C.^H. REEVES  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  J. F. FRAVEL, C. e.  H. M. WALKER K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  Hall suitableforConcerts, Dances and all public  I entertainments.    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