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Array Enderby, B. C, May 10, 1917  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol: 10; No. 11; Whole No. 463  NEWS AND VIEWS  Good morning! Spring-is just  around the next corner!  Sydney S. Neal, of Mara, was in  town Saturday.  Stuart Glen arrived Monday  J"rom  thc  Vancouver University.  Mrs. A. Glen and granddaughter  ��������������������������� returned   from   the  coast Monday.  .loe Doerflinger is establishing a  jitney service between Mara and  Enderby.  Sergt. J. C. English spent the  week end-al his home from Vernon camp.  The spring drive of logs for the  Okanagan Saw Mills is underway  this week, under the direction of  A. A. Faulkner.  Mrs. W. E. Duncan and Miss  Edna Lang arc spending a week at  Whiteman's Creek, visiting Mrs.  Duncan's mother.  , .'Wm. Anderson purchased a Ford  this week from Mack & Rands, and  will add the pleasures of motoring  to, his ranch business.  'Mrs.   Docksteader'  Jcfl   for1,her  - home in _Summcrland on Tuesday,  after a few weeks' visit with her  mother, -Mrs.' A7"H. Duncan:      ��������������������������� -'  Little Juan -Buckley, of Armstrong, who has suffered partial  paralysis i'or thc past few months,  was taken to the coast this week  for treatment.  H. T. Blurton of. Mara recently  trapped the largest and, in fact,  the only beaver seen around this  district for many years, weighing  some 75 pounds.  Mr. Brown thinks, the British  have great difficulty in locating  Ihe Hindenburg line because it is  being merged into the German  bread line so fast.  The C.P.R. station at Mara is to  be moved to the cast side of the  track, and will be placed a couple  hundred feet farther north so as  to leave the side-track clear.  "^A^blrby^h fir ri cTfiTlVh i tVVblinVbiir  Chas. t Ashton's place, Mabel Lake  Valley, Friday last- and lifted the  roof oil' and scattered the timbers  aboul the yard, some 50 feet away.  Any woman whose name has not  yet been registered, may have the  matter attended to if she will  kindly communicate wilh the secretary of the Women Voters'  League, Miss Seymour.  A report comes from Rome that  Kaiser William was shot at by an  unidentified man while motoring  to Berlin. Three shots were tired.  The car was shot in the tonneau,  bul  the Kaiser wasn't.  Thc total enlistments for active  service up to March 31, are placed  at '107,221 men, and of that number '13,033 have been discharged  medically unlit. This includes men  who have been incapacitated by  wounds. ,  Further repair work on the Enderby bridge was ordered by thc  Government ehgineer who was  here on a trip of inspection a few  days ago, and the bridge is closed  this week while Mr. Kenny and a  gang of men are strengthening the  structure.  Mrs. S. W. Hardy is visiting Enderby friends, on her way from  Vancouver east. Some live years  ago Mr. Hardy was manager of thc  Enderby branch of the Union  Bank, and both he and Mrs.Hardy  have many warm friends in the  town and district.  J. i\T. Grant and A. High leave today for Toronto to enter the National Service in the aerial wing.  Mrs. Geo. Kcyes and children arc  e:\pccled to arrive this week from  Kentwood, La., to spend the summer wilh their parents, Mr. and  Mrs. F. S. Stevens.  Sidney H. Speers will leave this  evening for his Ontario home to  visit his mother, who has been seriously stricken by the news, from  the front of her son having been  killed.in action.  It is reported from- Victoria that  the present legislature will adjourn  in two weeks. The . Government  proposes to bring in a dozen or  more measures before adjourning,  and night sessions will be required to get this business thiough.  The robbin that wintered at the  Press office has shown her grat^  itude by picking up a mate and  building a nest right under the  nose of ourylinotype,' and now she  proudly sits on three of the dog-  goiidest looking ..depositories for  fish bail - we ever .did see. Wow!  but they arc ugly! -  "<��������������������������� 'Somebody "lias'planted*"potatoes'  in the lot heretofore, utilized as the  city pound, arid Constable Bailey  cannot find any. place to', put animals which he finds running the  streets. Soon have to follow the  example of the Irishman who put  the pig in the parlor, arguing that  as that animal paid the rent she  /was entitled to the best room in  the house.,  TIIE SOLDIERS'  VOTE.  Treat the wife and kiddies to a  Sunday dinner at King Edward.  "Wc are not asking the Governmcnl to ignore the soldiers' vote,  but wc claim that the vote taken  in France pnd England on the  question of Prohibition, was not  an honest expression of the wish  of our soldiers, but was. taken in  the liquor interests. Therefore,  we are asking the Government to  bring in a Prohibition measure to  govern while the -war lasts, and  then to again submit the question  to a vole of thc people and the  soldiers,   with   a    secret    ballot."  This, in substance, was lhc way  Rev. A. E. Cook explained the position of the Prohibition party of  B. C, in an address in the Presbyterian Church Tuesday evening.  Rev. Mr. Cook comes from Vancouver. He is advertised as a  fighter, and* if wc "are to judge  from thc character "of his talk in'  Enderby, he carries the goods  wilh him. "He addressed'an audience, of probably-. 50;- more_.-than  half,of whom were'women, and in  the course of'his remarks he jJ'ro  duccd facts to prove .the. corruption'Vi r <~Sir ' Richa'ruV1 :-McBride;<  agent general for Br C.,. the corruption of the soldier" officiers under -whom the soldiers'' vote-was  taken, and the corruption of thc  Bowser government in framing the  Prohibition bill. He proved that  Sir "John Simon, one oT the most  brilliant and astute jurists of England, after considering the case for  three weeks, gave his decision in  favor of the counting of the sol-j  diers' vote without knowing tho |  facts in the case.  Tbe Rev. Mr. Cook's arraignment of everybody having anything to do with thc taking of thc  I soldiers' vote was most scathing,  i and left nothing for thc people of  I fhe Province to do but dismiss Sir  j Richard McBride and everybody  i else from office if on investigation it is proved that things are as  black  as  hc   painted   them.  Al the conclusion of Mr. Cook's  eloquent address, Mr. Welsh was  called upon lo introduce a* resolution calling upon the Brewster  Government to indicate at an early  date what, action it proposes to  take in thc matter, of Prohibition  legislation along Ihe lines urged by  the Prohibilion party. Thc resolution was seconded l>y Mr. Hartry  and was carried without opposition.  WILL  MAKE SENATE ELECTIVE  'KILLED IN FRANCE"  These arc.trying days, indeed, to  many a mother, many/a wife, many  a sweetheart, as they scan the long  ollicial casualty lists of Canadian  boys who arc "fighting in France.  Our.'boys-are lighting nobly, and  bur womcnral"homc;havc borne" llie,  sorrow of departure <and*loss with  a fortitude equalled/only by, the  bravery of the men who .'have  fallen in battle or arc still fighting.  This week, the report of three more  Enderby- boys killed in action has  come through���������������������������men well known  to all, and well/esteemed:      ,,  Pie. W. A. Russell  Pie.  Frank  Dondoneau  Pte. T.  H. Speers  Wounded in action:  Pie. J. I). Nichol.  I    We   arc    about   to   witness   the  gradually passing of the "last sprig  of  aristocracy  in   our  democratic-  system."    This week William German, of Wclland, moved a resolution in the House of Commons calling   for  Senate   reform.    Hc   des  1 cribed   the  upper  chamber  as  "a  sprig  of   aristocracy   in .a   democratic   system,"   and   said   hc   did  not  propose  to  change  that  body"  1 as it now exists, but he desired to  ' change the system of constituting  by making it anclcctivc body. Mr.  i German praised the senators of the  j present  day   for   their   legislative'"  ability and business,capacity. This  being so, hc said, it is strange that  they do not possess thc confidence  of .the people.   The answer is to be  found   in ��������������������������� the   circumstance   that  Ihey think they owe allegiance, to  the party responsible for their-appointment, and not to the people....  <S        .'lit  -'/-il  Jf'Si  FARM'HELP SECURED  TZXjZ^  Men and Things as Seen Thro' Hank Reklaw's Periscope'  ..When - men . becomc _ungo_v:eriij^k  able, and disregard restraint or authority, they are, in prison life or  anywhere where discipline i.s an  essential lo progress, put on bread  and water until all the "spunk" is  taken out of them. They then get  down off their high horse and decide to live and lei live. It seems  to me that just at this time wc are  witnessing something of this sort  of punishment being inflicted upon  the world, by an all-wise Father.  Like children squabbling over who  shall wear the red sash and lead  the precession, the world's wise men  are squabbling over who shall  have a "place in the sun." Just as  if such an ambition were an unreasonable one, and as if there  was not room for a "place in the  sun" for everyone! And we sec  our leaders, wise and otherwise,  prodding on their followers to  tight "for honor's sake and the  glory of their Hag." And under tbe  spell of patriotism men go forth  by thousands, and tens of thousands, lo slaughter their fellows  and to be slaughtered���������������������������and all because one wants "a place in the  sun" and the other doesn't feel  hc can afford to let him have it.  Each leader in the melee has his  particular friends; each gathers together his friends and all that those  friends possess, and they go at il,  slap bang! The slaughter is appalling, the destruction quite beyond  imagination.    By and by the Wise  LParent^-hears4he-hubbub;-the-boys  are too much occupied to hear His  call; loo intent upon defending  themselves lo listen lo reason. And  so the Wise Father, who must have  efficiency and discipline if there  is to be progress, quietly puts on the  bread and water squeeze. There  is a crop shortage the world over;  there i.s no possibility of anything  like a normal harvest any place in  the world. All must suffer. But  the bread and Water diet will do  the trick!  ooo  A Petrograd newspaper-says the  Russian Council of Workmen's and  Soldiers' Delegates, the organization which seems to have taken up  the task of speaking' for the Russian people, is a fortuitous aggregation of workmen and soldiers,  mainly well-intentioned but ignorant folk. All of which may be as  staled, but that docs not help mat-  tors materially when it i.s remembered that il has been this class of  human animal that has been made  into cannon fodder over there, and  it was this class, also, which  brought Russian freedom. In fact,  all liberty and reform which has  come to the world has come  through the sacrifice and effort of  this class of "well-intentioned but  ignorant folk." The trouble does  not seem to be because of thc good  intent or ignorance of these people so much as owing to the fact  4hnVthey=refuse-4oVighUanv=more,  These "well-intentioned but ignorant folk" of Russia are but leading  the way for "well-intentioned but  ignorant folk" of other nalions.  When all-turn lo helping one another instead of butchering one another, perhaps our Christian nations shall then 'less merit these  stinging words, spoken centuries  ago, but as Irue of conditions today as it was then: "Woe unlo  you, Pharisees! for ye love the  uppermost seals in the synagogues,  and greetings in thc * markets. * Woe  unto you, scribes and Pharisees,  hypocrites! for ye are as graves  which appear not, and the men  lhal walk over Ihem are not aware  of them. Woe unto you ye wise  men, for ye lade men with burdens  grievous lo be borne, and ye yourselves touch nol the burdens with  onc of your lingers.".  ooo  Our American cousins must be  of the .sure-enough wizard type.  After being in the war a week, they  have, according to a London dispatched, discovered how to bottle  up the North Sea against German  submarines, how lo destroy the  power of the enemy at his Kiel  base, and, generally, how lo once  more give the Brilish navy command of lhc seas. Give some of  those London correspondents the  faintest whiff of a rose and they  will immediately cable to the  world a long story ahout exotic  gardens.  The efforts of the National?Service    Board    and;  the  .Dominion'^  ������������������������������������������������������Government'- *|o ..secure," farm ;hclp' *'  'tov-nieet' the- pressing "needs' of: the'/  ! agricultural, situation   in/Western  /Canada have been a complete success, according to reports from' the  western provinces,-where there i.s.  now a  sufficient  supply of labor,  and  for the   present - there   i.s no  need of any. further effort.    Some  6,000 skilled farm laborers, mostly  farmers' sons from  the great cen--  tral   and'western  statesVwere  induced to come into Canada.    This  number   of   men,   combined   with  the    men    tbe    National    Service  Board   was  able Ao  secure in   lhe  western    cities,    has    resulted   in  supplying all thc men the farmers  of the west need  for their spring  sowing.  '���������������������������   ' <      *        '",* .-gi  '"' ' V'WO.I  '  S ��������������������������� ",'Vr"   ?-*/}|  "���������������������������  : %S ��������������������������� -:wA  '. . /' *���������������������������''  Monthly  Red  Cross  Slalemenl  Proceeds of teas, April..  Fxpenses      Patriotic   Fund       Prisoners  of   War  Fund.  Donations  received:  Mrs.   Huffman       Prisoners of War:  Miss   Gibbs      Mrs. Winler, 2 months ..  Mrs. Brown's Circle, 2 mo  Friends- :.....  X.   Y   Collected in bank at slat  Collected at tea rooms . ..*  Rec'd from tea rooms '.".  Proceeds of special tea .  Collected- al Rev. .1. R. Gr  ton's   evening    service  Sicamous, April  2i).....  Collection al service held  Alien ' internment    can  Mara  hake, April 28  .$51  .  10  5.  ,   12,  00  00  00  00  1.00  ion  et-  at  at"  ��������������������������� D,  10  ���������������������������I  ���������������������������I  1.  12  12  31  .00  .00  .00  00  .'10  .00  .00  .00  .50  '1.55  3.85  The Okanagan Telephone Co. i.s  adding i: large number of phones  along Ihe way between Fnderby  and Armslrong. This company is  planning to extend its already  complete system into every nook  and corner of the Okanagan, Ihe  one object and aim of Manager  Dobie being to give perfect transmission from .and lo. every getat-  able point within the territory  covered by the company's charter.  A Missouri edilor refuses lo  publish obituary notices of people  who do nol subscribe for his  paper, lie gives this pointed reason: "People who do not lake Iheir  home paper are dead anyway and  their passing has no.news value." THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, Mav io, 1917  AVOIDING BEFUDDLEMENT  OF  HATE  Very often men and nations allow themselves  lo be carried away by passion, ancl their minds  lo become so beclouded by hate lhat they cannot  face facts clearly or recognize thc difference between what is Irulh and what Ihey" wish to be  Irulh. Hale of lhc enemy, and lhc systematic,  persistent campaign carried on by the publicity  end of the War 'Office has perhaps done more  to throw the Empire into danger, and to cause  false slops ancl beclouded vision lliair anything  else in connection with lhc handling of the campaigns inaugurated by lhe Allies. To escape a  similar fate, the newspapers of America have  come out boldly against the adoption of the hale  policy;- A professor al Cornell University -makes  a timely plea iii" lhc'New York Evening Post, to  lhe American people not to preach lhc unspeakable creed of hale. Hc says truthfully, "Wc  arc not fighting this war I'or ourselves nor i'or  our benefit; wc arc fighting il lo save thc Germans from themselves. Wc fight a wrong system of thought mid nol a wrong syslcm of  economics." "Wc heartily concur in Ihesc  words from thc New York Tribune," says  Leslie's: "We have welcomed many millions of  Germans to our country. Most of them wc have  absorbed into our national life and many of  them have served our country to ils honor and  their own credit. We could not if wc would escape a responsibility to deal with those fellow  citizens justly, fairly ancl honorably. Wc shall  not make them better Americans by petty persecution, and we shall not prove ourselves truer  Americans by such persecution."  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  H.   M.   WAI,KKK  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby.   B. C.  at  S2   per  year,   by   tho  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rales:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. $1 an inch per month.  THURSDAY, MAY 16. 1917  LOSING  AT BOTH  ENDS  We talk about conserving food, conserving  clforl, conserving transportation facilities, etc.,  yet wc have in our midst one ol* the most glaring  examples of mis-directed energy that well can  be-imagined. A {louring mill;; ol* 500 barrel  daily .capacity, equipped with.^tlie latest machinery, and capable of being'operated on-two  weeks'" notice, and wilh ample wheat grown in  lhc district to keep thc mill going, mixed with  lhc proper proportion of Northwest wheat, yet  this mill lies dead. Wheal and oals arc shipped  out of the valley, and Hour and feed shipped in.  Isn't it lime the Dominion Government adopted  some practical measure of nation-wide conservation? In these clays of high prices il looks  absurd lo> ship the sacked wheat out ol" lhc  Valley ancl Hour in, paying freight rates bolh  ways.  The Provincial Trades and Labor Council has  laken a strong sland against thc proposed poll  tax. levy. A strong resolution was also passed  calling upon lhc Provincial and Dominion Governments lo take drastic action to control thc  price of foodstuffs.  Are you going* to do any  Building or Repairing*  This Season?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Floorn g and Ceiling ;-15.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding  15.00   ���������������������������'  Cull Boards-..- ��������������������������� ...0... 10.00  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� 15.00  ORDER YOUR MILL WOOD NOW,  Green Blocks, $1.50 load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E,derby  MAKE THE VACANT LOTS PRODUCE  Plant More!   Grow More!  Wc can supply you with package seeds from the following  ���������������������������Rennies', Steele-Briggs, McK enzie's and Seimners���������������������������  Now on hand.  Bulk Garden Seeds, Mangles, Sugar Beets ancl Turnips.  Alfalfa, Red Clover, Alsike ancl Lawn Seeds.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings and Groceries  LOOK FOR PROLONGED OFFENSIVE  In all small villages hundreds of pounds of  fresh vegetables are allowed to rot, every summer because lhe local supply exceeds the dc-j  maud and transportation, charges render shipping unprofitable. This condition promises to  be more generally felt this year than ever, owing  to so many small gardens being .planted ancl the  -1 o 1-1 < l-eryV'o r-i 11 o re-p rod u c I i o ii7=\Vl 1 y-n o Horn i^a  local association in each centre and have a regular weekly shipping day. Enormous ���������������������������quantities  of food could thus be conserved.  James O'Donnell Bennett, who was sent to  Germany by lhe Chicago Tribune early in thc  war, and has since acted as special correspondent for lhat paper, cables lhal hc is leaving  Berlin for Copenhagen, where hc will continue  his cable and correspondence work. On the eve  of his departure lie cables from Berlin thai "in  ferocity and magnitude the Champaignc battle,  now in -progress, surpasses all previous engagements ancl campaigns of the great war.' No conflict on so stupendous a scale has ever been  known. In number of men involved or. in quantity of armament and ammunition available."  By comparison the Somme battles were mere  child's play. "The enemy," Mr. Bennett says,  "accepts lhc prospect that lhc Champagne offensive by the French and British is likely to run  far inlo lhe summer." He says in olficial circles  work is progressing on the new measure bearing  on constitutional development. Al present, he  says, everything is quiet; prospects of peace arc  nol so much occupying the public mind "because lhe conviction is growing that the time is  not ripe for peace, nor is there any wide belief  lhal informal exchanges will bc of advantage  just now in hatcning it. Il is reiterated in ollicial circles lhat lhe Berlin government still docs  not recognize the existence of a stale of war with  America, and Germany is planning no hostile  measures."  Seed Potatoes  See me this week if you require seed potatoes, wheat or oats.  After this week stocks will be low, and it will be hard to get  good clean seed, and prices are advancing.  J. E. CRANE  Enderby, B. C.  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, U;���������������������������RPHY Enderby  We carry a full line of  Pratt's Poultry Foods, Powders and Ointments.  Also Small Chick Food in Package and Bulk  A full line of seeds in package and bulk, also Timothy, Alfalfa and  Clover at Rennie's Prices.  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  TURN  WASTE INTO  PORK  Are we Canadians a wasteful people? It is  said lhal an ordinary French or German family  Vol1" I (I 1iefe< I o 1 r w 11 a r i s wa s t e( lit r 111 CVn verage  Canadian home. Not ever having had to conserve foodstuffs, wilh "plenty more where the  last came from," the housewife has not learned  lhe art of economy in lhe kitchen. Bul the day  is here when she musl learn il, and each member of the family musl learn il. The advice is  given lo lhe people of England lo gel a pig lo  eal lhe waste from lhe kitchen. Of course, il is  a heller plan to slop lhc waste, but if lhis cannot  he done, Ihen lhe next besl thing i.s to get a pig.  Municipalities which have ordinances againsl  keeping of pigs wilhin the lown limits are urged  lo repeal Ihem or hold Ihem in abeyance until  lhe war closes. Pigs mature I'or marked wilhin  a few months. Pork buyers arc predicting lhat  Ihey will be paying 20c a pound on lhe hoof before lhe slimmer is out.  Tsing lhe pig as a middleman il is found lhal  2;") per cent of lhe protein and .'15 per cent of lhe  lolal energy i.s relumed to the consumer as pork.  The pig charges 00 per cent brokerage for converting vegetable proteins and fa Is. Since lhe  human animal seems lo need some fal and protein from animal sources and pigs exact a  smaller brokerage than do other animals, il is  advised lhat pigs be raised to meet the present  einergeiicv.  ���������������������������Th ci^lii 1 itcd^S ta lcs���������������������������wi 1LJ1 a-ve���������������������������t o-J'u rn isli���������������������������.tli  Allies some four or five hundred millions of  dollars a monlh, besides troops for thc lighting  fronl. Uncle Sam thinks he might as well fight  in France as to have to light on his own cock-pit  after lhc game in Europe is up.  lC-^-BW  MR. BOWSER CHALLENGED  It  begins  to  look  as if  thai   Ilindeiiberg  line  were no joke.  I11 tho Pj;oyln_cLaI JHouse_n fewjlaxs_ago,Mr.  Bowser, leader of the Opposition, asked a (pies-  lion relative lo lhe cosl of tlie proposed Royal  Commission inlo lhe charges'made by Mr. Cow-  per relating lo conlribulions to lhe Liberal campaign fund, and this gave Mr. Geo. Bell opportunity to call upon Mr. Bowser "to step out manfully, and honestly tell everything he knows."  The Victoria Colonist says "this prospect of a  full and detailed slalemenl by the leader of the  Opposition of 'everyIhing he knew' created  much ainusemcMil, bill apparently Mr. Bell was  quite serious, I'or he almost shouted, 'I challenge  him to do il.' a challenge lhal was greeted by a  gale of laughter from both sides of the House.  Mr. Bowser remarked, smilingly, thai when Ihe  second member for Victoria had been in public  life as long as he (Mr. Bowser) had, he would  nol be quite so Ihin skinned."  Major Megraw. inspector of Indian agencies,  states lhat permission will now be granted to  while men lo cultivate Indian lands on shares.  For instance, If a man supplies seed potatoes  and arranges for cultivating a portion of lhe Indian's land, he may receive permission lo do  this on lhc basis of a return of one-fifth of the  sacked product to the Indian. There is much  Indian land in Ihis district that could be profitably tilled on lhis basis, and there is much land  owned hy whitemen which could bc had on as  fair a standard.  TEEGE & SON,  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  What we think causes more indigestion than what we eat.  Man may be the architect of a  home, but woman is the builder.  F R E S H  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - HETA1L BUTCHER  SECRET SOCIETIES  METCALFE  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodi?e 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. C.  H. M. WALKER K. R. 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.  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINING REGULATIONS  ���������������������������CouUniining-r-ighls-oMlie-Doniin-  ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberla, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories ancl a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of jj>1  an acre. Nol more than 2560 acres  will he leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must bc  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which righls applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory thc land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, arid  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall bc staked out by  the applicant himself.  Each application must bc accompanied by a fee of $5 which will bo  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but nol otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on thc merchantable output of thc mine at thc  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish the Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay. Ihe royalty thereon.  If Ihe coal mining righls are nol  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may be permilled lo purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rale of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior," Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Inter/or.  N.B.--Unaulhorizc(l publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575. ���������������������������-���������������������������(irrtftw^uAC t*x������������������B>  i)  I        fhursdavvMav 10, 1917  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  I  RAPID CHANGES IN WAR  Unless we misinterpret the meaning of the  many-sided and shaded reports coming from the  war front, we arc approaching the most critical  period ol" the great war. We have witnessed  marvelous changes within lhc past few months,  but.avc believe these changes are only a shadow  CHURCHIANITY vs.  CHRISTIANITY  Thomas Powell, writing in the Summerland  Review, expresses the conviction of many when  he says: "The life-blood of the church has been  drained of its vitality by the elimination therefrom of that living, all-consuming Christianity  ���������������������������that  practical  Christ-living which  Jesus  dc-  of   the  many  and  gigantic changes   which   thc iniandcd, and the substitution of Churchianity in  near future has in store for us.   "Wc have seen in !ils  stead.    The difference between  thc  two is  that Christianity, thc Christ-life, tends to unite  people   whereas Churchianity lends lo separate  lhe Russian revolution only those things which  we have desired to see.   We have not been free  enough in our own minds to sec in thc revolution   the   possibilities   adverse   to   the   Entente  cause.    Only now are wc witnessing as thc result of the revolution a change which must be  reluctantly admitted is of thc most adverse nature.    It would bc folly lo attempt to hide our  eyes from the glaring fuels which face us.   For  a month or more there has not been a shot fired  along  thc Russian front, and  the Russian ancl  - German soldiers arc fraternizing in "No Man's','  land.    This  fact  may  mean  much  or it may  mean little.   But of onc thing we can bc certain,  it is not helping to hold the German forces on  lhc  Eastern  front.    Ancl il  would  seem,  now  lhat the French and British are attempting lo  roll back the "enemy on thc West, that Hinclen-  berg should be prevented from drawing reserves  from the'Russian front.  The fact is, wc arc just now beginning to  sec what thc taking of Rumania by the enemy  meant to thc Allies. That was the only door  open to Russia by which shc could hope to get  Constantinople. With that door closed, Russia  has noihing more lo fight for. Thc new government therefore says it docs not want Constantinople, and will henceforth carry on only a  defensive campaign. These are published facts,  given out by the new Russian government. We  arc told, also, that Russia is opposed to thc annexation of any territory and to an indemnity.  Read into these things what you like, but the  fact remains that thc Russian soldiers arc playing marbles with the Germans and marching thc  streets of Petrograd crying for the downfall of  the foreign minister who dared to send forth the  word that Russia was still in the war and would  .fight.with the Allies to the end.  8  them. This was clearly brought out by Mr  Roderick McKenzie when speaking before a  crowded audience of farmers at the Governmcnl  Buildings at Victoria recently. Urging the  farmers to organize, he said: T think our Grain  Growers'   Association   in   Manitoba - has  been  more successful in getting thc  people together  . . . than the churches have. I say lhat as  an orthodox Presbyterian. Here is the situation:  You go to a little village ancl find a few Presbyterians, a few Methodists, a few Baptists, a few  Anglicans, and so on, and they each have their  own little church building. The natural tendency of those churches, everyone of them, is to  bc hard up and poor; they cannot be anything  else. And instead of drawing thc people to-v  gcthcr, those churches arc separating them."  Not only was this statement allowed lo pass unchallenged, but it was applauded-from all parts  of the room.  DON'T EAT THE EYES OUT OF SPUDS  MOTHER  may do,   does to you*.  Somebody has written these few lines, the full  ���������������������������ftmeaning*of which many a lad now serving in  France.has felt deep ih his heart, tlie past few  months: '  It's a wonderful thing���������������������������a-Mother.  Other'folks can love you,-  But only  your Mother  understands;  She works for you, looks after you,  Love's you; forgives yoiuanything yo  Understands you;  Aiicl then the only thing bad she ever  Is lo die and leave you.  In telling of his experience amongst..the  wounded ancl riving a chaplain at'thc front gives  an instance of a case which showed how well  remembered is that comfort whichL onlv  molhcr can sivc. He savs:  more impressive than a lent  men. so slill it is. s6 dim and prayerful. There  was onc bov near the door, a Scotch lad. who  had bccR a gunner. He ���������������������������seemed to bc verv weak  and I went over to his side. He thought I was  his molhcr ancl he said: "Put vour arm under  my head, Mummy. I'll be easier then.' Ancl as  1 clid. so he began to ...say. the Lord's Prayer, as  'so often he inust have said it ih the quiet**hour at  home, when the light was low, crc the curtain of  sleep came down between him and anolher clay.  ^He^went^through^thc^prayerr^gropingHn^thc  middle of it, with a blind kind of stumbling  dillicully. 'Kiss me,' he whispered, and Ihen fell  asleep, to wake no more on pain and weariness  in any hour thereafter."  a  "There is nothing  of these suffering  Today, when the price of potatoes is soaring  with the aviators, ancl seed potatoes arc hard to  get, it might be well to remind our readers that  il is possible to cat your potatoes ancl then plant  them. There is no secret about it. But avc  sometimes forget; as wc grow old, lhe tricks we  knew when young. It is a very simple and practical thing to plant the potatoes you serve upon  your table. It is what should be done these,days  of high prices. It is whal is always clone in P9-  talo-growing countries wherc they make the  crop pay well at $6 per ton, with the.expense of  cultivation ancl growing placed at $4 per ton.  Everyone should know that there is a 'seed end'  of a potato. It takes no expert to find it, for  that is the end from which most of the sprouts  come. Cut this end oil', plant it, and cook the  rest. Bul it can bc carried even further than  this. An expert says that all the 'eyes'  bf a potato can bc cut out, [with, enough of thc  meat of thc potato to give it growth, and the remainder eaten. This system may hot give as  strong plants as the old system of planting a  potato cut into three or four:pieces",:but it;will  certainly pay this year.. Save the seed ends,  save the eyes of all potatoes eaten during the  next few weeks and plant them, ancl you will  find it will greatly reduce the cost of 'seed'.  "A TIME WILL COME"  THE OLD RELIABLE STORE  Two centuries and a half have passed since the  old. original Hudson's Bay Company received a  charter from an English King.s While the explorations, carried oul in the West by the company of adventurers were originally intended to  increase the business of the company itself,  they have operated for good to an extent thc  argonauts of  the early clays did  not conceive.  More than a century ago the Hudson Bay Co.  opened its trading post at Kamloops, or, as the  Standard puts it, "in the neighborhood of Kamloops, for it stood on what is now the reserve  ancl close lo the present Indian village. It was  subsequently moved lo lhe west side of North  river to a point about where Mr. A. W. Haines'  residence now stands, ancl a later move was  made to the south of the river where the old  fort still stands."  Mr. Balfour to the House of Commons, in  1896: "To us the idea, of war with the United  States carries with it something of the unnatural  horror of a civil war. War with any nation is  a contingency to bc avoided at almost any cost  except the cosl of honor, but war with the  United States appears to have an added horror  of ils own, bom of the fact that those with  whom wc should bc fighting arc our own flesh  and blood, speaking our own language, having  our own civilization. I feel that the pride of the  race to which we belong is a pride which includes every English-speaking country in the  world. ." ~. ��������������������������� T ~ Wc^TTWy^lje^t^xScl^wi I \r~)m1114  idealists and dreamers in this matter. I would  rather be an idealist and dreamer; and I look  forward wilh confidence to the time when our  ideals will have become real ancl our dreams  will be embodied in actual political fact. It can  not but bc that those whose national roots  clown into thc same past as our own, who share  our language, our literature, our laws, our religion, everything that makes a nation great, and  who share in substance our institutions, it can  not but be that a lime will come when lhcy wi  feel tliat they ancl we have a common duly lo  f perform, a common ollice lo fulfill among lhe  nations of the world."  ED  With Home-Grown Stuff  Rennie's XXX Globe Table Beet Seed Pkg. 10c, oz. 20c,  4 ozs. 70c.  First and Best Cabbage (hard heads) .Pkg. 10c, oz. 30c, i ozs. 90c  Rennie's Prize Swede Turnip,for table or stock. y2 lb. 35c, lb. 65c  Famous Golden Bantam Table Sweet Corn.Pkg. 10c, lb. 40c,  5 lbs. $1.90.  Select Yellow Dutch Onion Sett* lb. 35c, 5 lbs. $1.70  Shallot Multiplier Onion Setts lb. 30c, 5 lbs. $1.40  XXX Earliest Table Marrow Peas.4 ozs. 15c, lb. 40c, 5 lbs. $1.90  Stringless Wax Butter Beans.4 ozs. 15c, lb. 50c, 5 lbs. $2.40  Rennie's Market Garden Table Carrot   .Pkg. 10c, oz. 25c,  4 ozs. 75c.  Best Snowball Cauliflower (Gilt Edge).Pkgs. 15c, 25c, % oz. 85c  Citron for Preserving (red seeded).Pkg. 5c, oz. 15c, 4 ozs. 40c  PLANTRENNIE'S HIGH-GRADE SEEDS  XXX Table Cucumber, crisp, tender.Pkg;. 10c, oz. 25c, 4 ozs. 60c  Unrivalled Lettuce, big buttery heads.Pkg.. 10c, oz. 30c, 4 ozs. 80c  Select Yellow Globe Danvers Onion (black seed).. .Pkg. 5c,  oz. 25c, 4 ozs. 65c. y  .  Early Canada Water Melon, fine quality... .Pkg. 5c, oz. 15c,  4 ozs. 40c.                          -.'    "  Improved French Breakfast Radish. Pkg. 5c^ oz. 10c,  4 ozs. 30c, lb. 90c.  Rennie's Jumbo Sugar Beet, for stock i/2 lb. 25c, lb. 45c  Giant White Feeding Sugar Beet.4 ozs. 15c, V2 lb. 25c, lb. 45c  Perfection Mammoth Red Mangel 14 lb. 25c, lb. 45c  Rennie's Derby Swede Turnip, for stock.4 ozs. 20c, V2 lb. 37c,  lb. 70c.  White Field Seed Beans, big cropper... .lb. 30c, 5 lbs. $1.25  t j -  "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  PFNMPC CEIfflC Wm.REI������������������NILC<������������������.,Lliiiited  J^SJSVIL Q OLLUU 872  Granville St., Vancouver,  Also at Toronto Montreal       .Winnipeg '  v-  Garden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, Screen Wire Cloth, Screen Windows,  Lawn Mowers. ...���������������������������"'"'  Florence Automstic Oil Stoves-rthe most perfect oil stove made;  2-burner, $14.50;.3-burner, $17.50. v '     -    -  Mail orders receive our prompt and careful attention.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  RICE REPLACING POTATOES  Owing to the scarcity of potatoes, rice has to  a large degree been substituted'in many parts of  the States. And the demand for rice has so  increased in British Columbia that the wholesale price jumped $25 a ton in two days last  week. Thc way of cooking rice properly is  simply to boil with such a quantity of salted  water that tlie grain tumbles freely about, and  when done to strain oil' the waler. It is not then  lhe soggy, unappetizing mass we usually know  at home, but a beautiful snowy pile, each grain  standing well separated from its fellows.  "We Anglo-Saxons���������������������������most of us���������������������������gel our mosl  important ideas as lhe angle worm gels his  breath, through the skin and not lhe head," says  a correspondent. "Common sense and the appeals of wisdom ancl prudence alone cannot do  these tilings, bul reinforced by some great emergency they always can; they always have, and  necessily docs all things well."  This is a "filler" THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  'Thursday,-May 10; 1917  mosl powerful  lhal will sit in thc  ! peace   conference,   and   our   voice  .will be for justice," he added. "If  | Emperor    William    and    Emperor  Charles   were   forced   to   abdicate*  tomorrow we would have peace in  two weeks���������������������������and  that  is lhe peace!  we  are  lighting  for," he declared.!  MAGIC  BAKING  POWDER  CONTAINS NO ALUM  MADE IN CANADA  .YO CAUSE- FOR PANIC  Must Make Them See as  We-See  Lord "Curzon,  a   member  of  the  war council, in his address to the  Prim rose   League   the   past   week, *  said:   "The  Germans  will  not .sue- j  ceed   in   starving   England   or  her  j allies into surrender,   even should;  the submarine war last as long as;  next year.    They may drive us to j  compulsory  rationing;   I   think  we,  ���������������������������ought     to   -adopt     rationing,    but;  "I  regret to say that  Lthink be-  there is not the slightest cause for  Tore lhis war i.s over we shall have  panic or alarm."  lost  millions of men, just  as  England    and    France   have,"    former  President Taft told an audience in  Grace   Methodist   Church,   of   New  York, a day or two ago in discus-  mare;  while spot on  forehead;. ..$5  sing  the   war.    "Because we  have  reW;ird for return,  entered, file-, war late and our men    .  and   resources   have   not   been   de-; THOS.  DAGO'S  LIVERY  STABLE  pletcd,   this   country   will   be   the Armstrong, B.C.  STRAYED  From    Armslrong;    small   black  WOMEN'S  NIGHT GOWNS  Some  very   Wonderful   Values  In white cotton; slip-over and  button   styles.    SPECIAL      69c  Special -quality cotton; button  neck style trimmed with embroidery   V    79c  A good, roomy nighty; slip-over  style;   deep   lace-trimmed,   short  sleeves.    SPECIAL   ......$1.00  Soft-finish erepe nightgowns, slipover  style    $1.25  Fine Cambric and longcloth  nightgowns; slip-over or bulton  front; lace yoke or embroidery-  trimmed;   sizes  up  to  4(5;  extra  Special    . .... . .  $1.95  W HITE UNDERSKIRTS  One in good quality white cotton;  deep embroidery; flounce and  dust   frill.    SPECIAL   ....   1.00  Another. has a double flounce of  embroidery; lengths 35 to -10-in.  Price ...........    ...V    . 1.50  TIMELY VALUES  White Voile  A beautiful quality fine sheer  white Dress or Waist Voile, '10-  inch wide���������������������������a special purchase  our buyer recently made���������������������������worth  today   75c.     Our   buyer's   price,       49c yd  White  Percales and   Vesting  Here are goods worth loday 25c  and 30c yard; all perfect���������������������������we  cleaned up a 'manufacturer's  balance of stock.' Neat reef  design.    And  our  price  is  only  MEN'S SUITS  Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits; excellent quality English manufactured cloth suits, made by  besl Canadian clothier; perfect  fit;    a    real    $22.50  .suit.    Our  leadei  $17.50  15c yd  SILK MUSLIN  Beautiful material; looks like silk,  but' wears belter; suitable for  Waists and Dresses or line underwear;   4'1-in.   wide.. 50c yd  WHITE   COMBINATIONS  Well - finished      garments;'     lace-  trimmed   yoke;   corset-cover  and  drawer  style         9<SC  Combinations    in    envelope   style;  made   of   line   English   cambric,  ...1.50  White Silk Gloves; two dome  fusleiiers; best grade only; all  sezes   .          .  95c pr  em broiclerv-1 rimmed  WOMEN'S DRAWERS  Splendid 0 wearing quality colto'.i;  hemstitched   frills;  both  styles50c  A fine cambric drawer with loose  knee; wide embroidery; special  ������������������ 95c  CORSET COVERS  The best value on lhe market; lace-  trimmed;   sizes  34   lo   44;   extra  Special     ^9c  One nice quality longcloth perfect-  filling corset cover; short sleeves,  trimmed   embroidery    49c  Fine cambric cover yoke of vale  lace, threaded wilh ribbon;  short or  sleeveless.  SPECIAL 95c  NEW MIDDIES  I'or Women or Misses; all white,  line-qualily drill, and some with  colored collars and cuffs; also  new  sport-stripes;        95c to 1.75  $2.50��������������������������� TUB SKIRTS -$1.49  Travelers' samples, in fine repp  and pique; many different styles,  featuring novcltv pockets and  bells: 23 lo 2(5 lengths only.  SPECIAL       $1.49  Order   early    any    of   the    above.  Postage or express paid.  WHITE PIQUE  An excellent quality; the best obtainable at the price; 27-in.  wide    20c yd  Boys' Khaki Bloomers'  Also Shirt?  In   various   materials   and   makes;  mosl serviceable garments;  Prices   ...... ... 75c to $1.25  1.75-Men's Shirts���������������������������1.25  A   special   purchase   of   superior  qiuslity   shirts,   in   neat-  stripes,  'soft   and    stiff   cuffs; all   sizes;  wonderful  value    $1.25  Postage   or   express   paid  on  the  above  i.   .   .[        ' ..'   -      '   - ==  Save Money on Groceries  lor  15c  Women's  White   Cotton   Lisle  Gloves   . . . .!   50g pr  MIDDY CLOTH  400 yards���������������������������alloour buyer could get  -extraordinary   bargains;   worlh  lodav, 30c yd.   Our special price   20c yd  Women's   White   Silk   Hose;. Lisle  Garter  lop,   heels   and   toes;   all  sizes   75c pr  Sunlight Soap, 5 cakes  Ideal Canned Peas    Baker   Cocoa,   1-2-lb.   tint  Bird's Custard Powder   .  Life  Buoy  Soap, 5  cakes  Special   crop   Tomatoes,   .  SPECIAL 3   tins   I  Pea-meal   Bacon      Pacific Milk 2 tins  Apple Butler 1-lb .L  Candy  Special  II.   U.   Co.  Toasted   Marshmcllows,  1-2   lb - 15c  I-I.J3.Co. Turkish Delight, 1-2 Jb 10c  We    do    not    pay  Groceries  15c  for  20c  for  40c  "or  irs,  25c  tin  25c  tin  25c  tin  50c  lb.  25c  15c  on  Postage or express paid on any of  the  above  CURTAIN SCRIM  Possessing quality and appearance.  Made from strong even-weave  thread; hemstitched and drawn-  work borders; in ecru-white and  cream;   SPECIAL   ....   24c yd  MARVEL OIL MOPS  With adjustable head and long  handle; long cotton brush; oiled  ready for use; market price 75c  OUlV LEADER     S.      49c  Cedar Oil to use with mop. 20c hot,  We do not pay carriage on these  two items. Only one sold to  each customer.  SPIRITS���������������������������WINES���������������������������BEERS  Old Rye Whiskey, reputed qts,'85c  Imperial . .$1.25'  Gallon ....  4.00  Finest Old Highland Scotch Whisky  $1.35  2.00  '7.50  $1.50  2.25  8.00  Reputed   qts  Imperial      Gallon      Pale French  Brandy  Reputed qts     Imperial       Gallon   ./   Gallon jars;--75c extra.  Try our Imperial Invalid "Beer and  Stout���������������������������a wonder bui.lder-up -of  the syslcm; splendid for weak  and   nervous women.    Beer and  Stout, 0 pints  for 70c  0  quarts    ������������������1.15  Choice Medoc, St. Julian and  Chateau Margaux Claret, usual  price, 55c; Special.., .39c bottle  O.T. Cordial���������������������������a real stimulator and  Spring  Tonic;     quarts 50c  Pints    25c  Try a Bottle.  We HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  VERNON.  B.C.  mrnm-^jmm wu-_!-navc a  Why not NOW ?  The   enjoyable   clays   of   Spring   are   here.  There is no belter lime to get your FORD.  (Jet out ancl see the country���������������������������see your  friends���������������������������ancl go picnicking in the woods by the  river hanks or on the lake shores.  Don't wait for the heal ancl dust of summer  to get started. A few trips will teach you how  to handle a FORD perfectly. It is the low-  cost car���������������������������low in original cost and low in the cost  of up-keep. It; is the easiest and safest to operate.    Properly used it will last, a life-time.  Eventually you will buy a FORD. You are  thinking of it now, no doubt. You want oneV  Most people do. Why not decide NOW, and get  full value this season?  The best indication that lhe FORD is a satisfactory car is thc fact that FORD users are the  most satisfied ancl the most cheerful of all auto  users.  Let us show you the FORD points of  superiority ancl convenience.  MACK <Sl RANDS  ������������������ -:.'\ ,-  !���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������'���������������������������  IV..M  Auto Supplies and Livery  Enderbv. B.C  A   REAL  CIRCUS  NEXT   WEEK  For the first time in a good many  years the citizens of Enderby and  vicinity will have the opportunity,  so seldom given to the smaller  towns, of attending an up-to,date  dog and pony circus. The big  T)TnT*frml7n^S"lTO  horses, ponies, dogs, monkeys,  tiie ever-funny clowns, and the  various performers that do sensational, hair-raising acrobatic stunts  will be with us on Tuesday, May  15th.  The Dominion Shows have an  enviable reputation of being one  of- the -cleanest, '-snappiest, and  mosl entertaining shows travelling  under canvas. The big troups ol*  performing dogs and ponies give a  most marvelous illustration of  equine intelligence, with the monkeys and goals assisting as laugh  producers. The trick mules "Paddy  and Dynamite" are remarkable for  Ihe amount of genuine cussedness  and amusement Ihey can create.  Interspersing the animal shows  will be seen the world's greatest  aerialisls, daring acrobats and  high-wire artists, thc funny clowns  and Ihe six Scotch lassie athletes  in Iheir sensational Roman ladder  posturing and  posing act.  The show tents will be erected  on George street, opposite the  Recreation Grounds, and two performances will be given, one in  the afternoon at 3 and one at 7.30  in  Ihe evening.  Donations of Trench Comforts  The Trench Comfort Club are  packing boxes for our boys in  France on Tuesday, May 15th.  Donations of cigarettes, tobacco,  gum, chocolate bars, candles, disinj  FOR SALE  *}  Timothy Seed (350 lbs.) at 10c a  pound. Will go quickly. Order at  once. J. E. CRANE, Enderby  Cleveland Bicycles, only $40.OO.  Outside  and  inside  tubes  and   re-  foctant soaps or socks will be ap- j pair   parts   of   all   kinds.   _FuUoii.  predated;    "tjfive M. Speers, Sec.      Hardware Co., Ltd  >o<  (0.  0  t  **N  I  i  o  i  I  THE  DOMINION  0  I  Trained Animal  Shows  Enderby, Tues. May 15  Afternoon, 3 o'clock; Evening, 7.30  Performing Ponies and Horses  Dogs and Monkeys  High-class Aerial Acts  |Q    FUNNY   CLOWNS    \Q  \  w  I  0  0  I'or Rent or Sale���������������������������8!) acres of  good farming land; 30 ac. cleared;  two miles from Enderby; adjoining ranch of Wm. Anderson. For  particulars, write E. Shannon, New  Denver, B.C.  fi  O)  Equilebrists, Acrobats, Tumblers, Etc., Etc.  Featuring the Act Deluxe  ���������������������������������������������Scotch Lassie Athletes���������������������������\Q  Two solid hours of wonder, mirth ancl amusement.  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