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Enderby," B. C, June 28, 1917
AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY   .
Vol. 10; No.18; Wh61e No."470,
NEWS AND VIEWS, Many letters are received by thc
                             secretary of the Board  of Trade,
Good-morning! How mifch hay Mr. Skaling, asking for informa-
are you making these sunny days tion about the district. These arc
oi war time? replied   to,    and    several    corres-
-   Mrs.   Geo.   Folkard   returned   to pondents    promise    to   come   this
her home from the Vernon hospital  Way in the near future,
this week. Last   Friday   evening   a   farmer
There will he a basket picnic jiving outside the limits of Ender-
a! the Mara school today, following | by but public spirited enough to
the closing exercises." I lend  his   assistance   in   Board   of
Thc summer schedule went into Trade   matters,   after   working   in
effect on the Okanagan branch this thc hay field all day and doing his
week,  bringing the morning train chores at night, hustled to town in
in  at  11.39  and  the afternoon  at' order to attend the meeting of the
���������   . 4.04. j Board, only lo find that there were
Mrs:   Jas.   Graham   accompanied'not-enough businessmen present to
her   sister,   Mrs.   Jno.   Wilson,   of, form a   quorum,   and   that  farmer
Revelstoke,  tp  the-coast,  Tuesday j went home again, wondering what
evening,   where ,Mrs.   Wilson   will'���������ask him whal he was wondering,
?/ \>undergo "another operation. '     or guess.
��������� * '    ���������
Telephone   Services   Combined, charge  of  20c   for  throe  minute
conversations    and    a1- maximum
Linemen of  the* Okanagan Telephone Company were in ,Enderby
this rweek   connecting    the    local
Government telephone ollice, at the
post oflice, with  the local  Okanagan telephone exchange.    Manager
Dobie states that connections have
been made or willbe completed in
a  few  days  at  all   points  in   the
Valley where the two systems arc
to  be  connected, 'and   the  entire
telephone   service - of   the   Valley
will be given --connection over the
Okanagan    Telephone    Company's
complete system.   Thus every district   tapping   into* the   Okanagan,
whether over the Government line
or   the   Okanagan 'line,  will   have
access and be open to every subscriber of the  established  system.
This is a vast improvement on the
old  policy, of  running paralleling
lines, and /will" "give all districts u
better service-and at less cost.    It
would he 'difficult to build up  and
niaihfaih aybetter.-service than thai
,^iVenVpy}-'.theV.Ok a iiagan Telephone
-%mmW������SmiW^i^ born, iii
charge of 55c for three minute
conversations to points between
Salmon Arm and Penticton. This
will not mean an ^increase of rate
on thc whole, as the rales to nearby points, such'as-Vernon, Arm-
slron ; and Enderby, have been reduced, and to points of further distance there will be a- slight increase. - The Summerland Tele-
nhonc Company will also enjoy the
full 'privilege of connection anel
'.be same"'rates to a\\ points, on
joth systems., ' Business will bc
transferred' from, the Government
lines to the Okanagan Telephone
Co.*at Salmon Arm, Enderby, Vernon, Kelowna,and Penticton. The
Government' will withdraw from
:dl local- "ollices .between Salmon
Arm'and Penticton, with thc exception of Sicamous, Vernon, Pcnliclon anel points' beyond,"such as
the White-man's Creek line and thc
Shuswap, Falls line. The' Government, will- retain 'its lines in the
Valley, for-through* business; "also
the/telegraph oHices" will-be kept
opeVratVVenion'V Kelowna, ~ Pcach-
,land;VSummerlahd'.iand-:J>entictom
**��������� ,ilhis;agreementi4Avdl-take ;efTecJ
^piessvreport* whicht rings .'.true-as
"the "robins, that%"more  \yorkyhas
been'on*this mine this spring and
it is now in^b'etter shape_ than ever
before."-    V -      -
R. M. Winslow,-.-p_rovincial horticulturist for, the past eight years,
and" an ollicial of the truest type,
will ,seve*r his connection with the
department of agriculture on July
7th. to take the management ofjhe.
.iThe^
"pendent _ _ _
cablcs/an/account-of tlie Canadians
taking the>'village\e>f La Coulette,
the strongest-post'in the defense of
Lens,-arid-it Js-saidJlie British grip
on'this coal metropt.'is of
is "slowly  but' surely  tightening.
.tn1giGoyernmenttfp:elepnon^Senr|ce������
UNJON SERVICE
-The   order   of ,servic������'   for   tjle'
United Service at the Presbyterian
Church next Sunday" eveniii -^ jujy
1st, will be,as follows: ^
Doxology.    No. 621.
Prayer of Invocation.
Selection 97.   Psalm 12i.
First, Lesson,', from Old-Testament: 2 Chron. xv. to 2, 15. S
Hymn 474. '"-".-   ;V"..   .
Second Lesson? from New Testament:! Peter v, 22: C. 11.   / "' /
.Hymn 504.       >
The Lord's Prayer  (chanted). y>
Prayer".- S  ' ���������       '-"'-,
Anthem: "Thou wilt keep him in
Perfect Peace.'-'-        *    ���������     \   .-
' Address. , .'      s\~
Jiymn 506. .      -,-
"The . Work and Needs of, the
Military Y.M.C.A." presented' by
Mr. .Welsh.     \     -'   .     ' V
Offertory,' to be given ' entirely
to.the. Y.M.C.A.      / 7 ''    :7'^
^Hymn, .495."/ /   S ,-     -/,'.''*��������� -'���������'
- Benediction.,,,_,  V- " V,V J'"-���������������..��������� t*
: ^National. Anthem;-vi 37
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ClosirigA'oluntary.
"' .This .^service - is'"-intended ,'to; d)c *���������������������������
of^a>gcheral patriotiCv-iiatuVe*,- and '\-i - , .-.-.v
:tnosci,ott<alr churches are cordially,        - - - ---���������
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tliat^ thesefersatisfactbry-r- arrange
ments^have/been m'ade'Jor an' in-
CanadianVQverseas* cbrres- change^{pf.; business^bctween-'lall,
t *undpr" datelof- Jun'e Jb������i\" DqinLs-and^rochl,/exchanges;of rthe
Pr.ipfi
We now have   the   new   suction
Jced_Sharplcs_Cream_Scparator_hi
B. C. Mutual Brokers, Ltd., of Van-jst0ck.    Fulton Hardware Co. Ltd.
couvcr, onc of the largest concerns'
dealing in fruit now operating in
Jhe Province.
The big attraction at the Armslrong celebration Monday next
will be the baseball game between
the Enderby and Armstrong married men. There may not be as
much- imported science in thc
game as has been attempted in recent ycars, but there will be more
home-talent ir.fcrc.sl and homespun fun.
An exchange Jells of an epilcptifc
who dropped in a * fit and wis
quickly rushed to a hospital. Cm
removing his coat onc. of - the
nurses found pinned to thc lining
a piece of paper on which was
written: "This is to inform the
house surgeon that "this is just a
plain fit���������not appendicitis. My
appendix has already been removed twice."
The rebate period for city taxes
will expire on Saturday next,
June 30th. In order that property
owners may have every possible
opportunity of paying in time to
secure the rebate, the collector's
ollice in the City Hall will be open
in the afternoon and evening, as
well as during the usual hours iu
the forenoon. This will vbe absolutely the last chance of obtaining
the very substantial rebate oifered
for prompt payment, as the time
will not in any circumstances be
extended. lt
IwoVs'ystemsi VAT new schedule-of
rates hos been prepared and.-ap:
proved of by'theJ Department* at
Ottawa, which is figured rori"'tlie
bysis of an air-line mileage between local points ?s well as lo
points on both systems. This
schedule cannot be changed with-
out- consent of. both ..parties._ The
( UlillllY.V IU    clll' U1USU    WIHJ    IIIMJJCU . W-jj, -,1,.J*?&,?*%&3
715 -materially  bv   theiiVcbntributions l:1'������ii"'V'>'3u&
ncntsv' aiuh v~> S-<v^<
s ist a rice -Jo -' ���������     VfPl
... 692  of   candy -and1 refreshments8"? and
new   rates   will   have   a   minimum      S-m-'i'v dinner at Kin������ EdwaH
Lome J.andon   ...--.-....
Dugald   Cameron   	
Mac  Leatherdalc     686 by    their    personal    ass
The results of the matriculation'make the event the'successJt was.
examination will likely be maele.They also wish to'thank the City'
known about thc fjrst of August.      fbanel.    the    string   orchestra    and
thc vocalists fpr_some_very (jcljghL.,
fnl music, which was niuch appreciated by the audience. More especially are they grateful lo the
ladies of the W. A. who, as usp.-iI,
rendered yeoman service, ami to
Mrs. Hatcher for the use oC her
chrrming garden aiiil house. The
result was a net gain to thc fund
for building a stable at the rectory
of *5U. A
The lute Pte. Maurice Salt, of Ende 1 b'f,   and   Miss   Gcruldinc   (Pearl)  Gay,
daughter of Dr. Herbert Maullric   Gay,   London,   Eng.,   who  were engaged.
IT'S UP TO TIIE PEOPLE
According lo lhe Berlin Vor-
waerts, a copy of.which has been
received at 'Amsterdam, Wolfgsir
Heine, member of he Reichstag,
adeliessiiig a Social-Democratic
meeting in Berlin, saiel:
"Since the belligerent governments are now so involved in the
cul elc sac lhat it is unlikely that
they   will   conic   together   to   talk
Maurice Salt came to Enderby and admired by all. He was buried j his men were in the line. lie went; peace, it only remains for the
when he was lhree years old, in'in the Villicrs-au-Bois mililary ��������� to visit that gun, and its position ��������� people * themselves' to raise their
1894, and Enderbv and Grinelrod cemetery, and a cross erected over i was subjected to the fire of a Hun V . r '���������,,���������. ������������������,, i���������\.,i.��������� ;���������
district   was    his    home   until   he  his grave.    I wish to convcv lo vou j battery. Me eliel not have to go, yet  voices   101   pe.xe   anei. 10   i.ikc-in
joined  the 47th  Batt.,' (B. Co.)   in  the   sincerest   sympathy   of   every! had his gun gone our flank woulel
1915.    Later he transferred to the  man,  N.  C.  O.  anel   ollicer  in  ihe  have heen left open, anel he knew
battalion. Yours
(Signed)      Airr. S. Mills, O. C.
B. Co., Lt. -J7th. B-t-u-"
His   unit    ollicer    writes:   "Wc
honor our living if they are men,
and still more our dcaefwhen they j gun, anel there i.s no doubt lhal he
"His death was a great blow to J have  proven, themselves men,' anel; was   instantly   killeel   hy   thc   conns all.    He was one of the oleics! jhe was a man.   .1 can say no more ' cussion, as there was no mark  at
members of the battalion anel none  that will convey higher regarel for jail upon him. . . Maurice was', aw-
machinc gun section of the same
.battalion. He was killed on the
28th of March, 1917, in France,
iinel was buried in the Villiers-au-
Bois military cemetery. Amongst
other letters his O. C. writes:
it.    ! think I know whal el anger is,
and 1 can ..appreciate heroism."
His brother Bob writes: "A big
shell laneleel right beside him
when going up to the trench to his
hanel thc task of removing the influence of those people whose
rhischievous activity" is largely
blamahle .'for the war; whose
avowed policy of elomination is
wrongly regarded ahreiad as the
aim of the German people and to
whom must be ascribed the fact
that  Germany is hated by the * en-
was more rcspecteel.    I have seen
many men, but I have never seen
absolutely   devoid   of   fear   1 neler
fire.     His    presence    stcaelied   a
him.   I am the machine gun ollicer j fully popular in the company, and \ tire world."
of Jhis unit anel  it  was my pri'v- everyone seemed lei know him.    A
man   so   wonelerfully   cool   anel   ilegc to know him.   May I give the
sten-y to you.    On  the night of a
corporal in one of thc other com-; BELGjAN HAR]
pany s   machine   gun   section   tolelj
most  heavy bombardment  he  was (me they had hist the best man the.v
ways his gun team.    He was likeel  oil' duty, but his gun anel three ofihael."
Young. 25c," 50c
75c, full-grown,-81. Agnes Little,
Mara, B.C. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 28,1917  m  m  1 With all Christian  I Rations thanking  God for helping'em  loll their'fellow-  Christians, where  . do Vie heathen  rave���������������������������and why?  "V   ^    V   x.*  LtWI*. til*  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. $1 an inch per month.  THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1917  MOVIE CENSOR NOT NARROW  A newspaperman whose opinion we hold very  highly writes us from Vancouver to say that we  are off on thc wrong loot in our remarks about  the movie censor in connection with what \yns cut  out of thc masterplay "Intolerance." He says thc  censor, prior to taking up thc work of that office,  was onc of the brightest newspapermen in Western Canada. This fact makes us feci very sore al  ourselves for having said anything. Did wc know  this fact before wc never should have said anything about mutton-head ollicialdor.i���������������������������even if we  did think it. We arc informed, too,- that the censor himself is bound by certain hard and fast  rules, and that so many iilms are passing through  thc ollice that it requires a considerable force to  pass on them.  We appreciate the information imparted by  our friend, and particularly the good personal  ([ualitics of the movie censor. Wc would not do  him or thc ollice an injustice. The point wc desired to bring out. was more in connection with  thc general policy of picture censorship. Why  censor what the public is given to see any more  than what thc public is given lo read? Or what  thc public is permitted to sec in thc spoken play?  /nie.people^areJhc best judges of what they wish  ^Li-JA^. 1'*-v./ YJ������������������^-^^^-* ���������������������������������������������.w __^���������������������������^���������������������������j^__t^_____-__ ,^--^-t-3 -  to read, or sec, or hear; and they will iKnri5e^iveiT  from the pulpit, or thc stage, or thc press that  which is distasteful. Perhaps when the movies  first made their appearance there was a tendency  lo a certain coarseness; but today thai has been  pul oil" thc boards; and the censoring seems to be  morc of ideas and the conception of ideas���������������������������the  type of* suppression--which-made the Dark Ages  dark. Censoring movies is on a par with suppression of* authors,ror restricting editorial ideas  in the public press. It plucks thc pep out of play  plots. I  Under certain  regulations net fishing is now I  permitted by law in the lakes of this Province.I  Under these regulations net fishing is confined 1  to gill nets and drag seines.   The gill nets must  iied exceed two   hundred   yards,  and   the   mesh  must not he less than three inches.   Drag seines  must nol exceed 100 yards of net, and the mesh  must   not   be   less   than   two   inches   extension  measure.  ECONOMY IN MORE MILK  shown that a quart of milk contains as much energy producing substance as 11 ounces of sirloin  steak, or 12 ounces of round steak; 8 1-2 eggs or  10.7 ozs. of fowl; and in protein is the equivalent  of 7 ozs of sirloin steak or 6 ozs. of round steak:  4.3 eggs or 8.6 ozs of fowl.  Frank H. Simonds says the world's butcher  bill to feed thc cannon on all the fighting fronts  for April and May alone amounted Jo ..nearly one  million men. At this rate it should not take so  very long to bring about that freedom and safety  and permanent peace which all. nations engaged  claim to be fighting for.  THE RUSSIAN PUZZLE  Despite the optimistic reports coming from  Russia, based more on hope than on fact, the  situation seems to be drifting from bad to worse.  From authentic sources in Petrograd, a dispatch  says, the story of Minister of War Kerensky's  struggles with the enormous government problems in the face of his physical disabilities, comes  as a surprise and a disappointment. Often he is  carried on a litter to transact public business. At  other times he braces himself and addresses thc  great assemblages with a blazing fervor until he  suddenly faints. Strikes and plunder are spreading throughout the land. In Finland the soldiers  are doing as they like. Forty thousand workmen  are idle in Petrograd, and it is prophesied thc  number will reach 100,000 in a fortnight. The  paper ruble, worth, under normal conditions, the  same as our 50 cent piece, has sunk to 20 cents.  Swedish agents just returned to Stockholm from  Russia warn the"Swedes, against extending credit  business in Russia, declaring that the threatened  counter-revolution will be followed by- anarchy  and bankruptcy. M. Nekarsov, minister of communication, is quoted as saying: "The position  is extremely difficult, and the most menacing  hour of thc Russian revolution is near. During  thc ncxt few weeks the fate of Russia must be  decided. If thc country will not assist thc government and co-operate with it in re-establishing  order, I see no way out of the situation."  These ideas seem to be based upon actual conditions in Russia. On the other hand, only the  other day in Washington, Prof. Boris Bakhmc-  tieff, head of the Russian mission to America, is  quoted as saying: "Russia is for the establishment  of a firm and lasting peace between democratic  nations. The new Russia is organizing its armies  for action in connection wilh its allies. Russia  will not fail to be a worthy' partner in the league  of honor."  EFFECTIVE ADVERTISING  During lhc war, both in Canada and Great  Britain, it has been demonstrated beyond question that thc advertising columns of the press  can bc used effectively in promoting thc business  of a Government. Since the war began the Canadian Government has conducted sixteen distinct  advertising campaigns. Canadian provincial governments also arc using paid advertising space in  their work. The Ontario Government has conducted six advertising campaigns. Three campaigns have been put on by thc Government of  British Columbia, and the Alberta Government  has just concluded its first campaign.  There is indisputable evidence of the success of  everyone of these advertising campaigns. For  instance, the first advertising campaign of the  Canadian Government was the apple campaign  TlTercTAVere^GSiOOO^individuaUrequests  The Right Furnace  McClary's Sunshine Furnace is absolutely right���������������������������right in idea, in design j  in construction, in price and in performance. It's a furnace made for  your needs and is complete in every  single detail. Write for free, descriptive booklet.  SUNSHINE FURNACE  LONDON      TORONTO      MONTREAL      WINNIPEG      VANCOUVER  ST. JOHN, N.B. HAMILTON CALGARY 6  SASKATOON       EDMONTON  For sale FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  by  Are you going to do any  Building- or Repairing  This Season?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Floor u a.id C21I ing '��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� 15.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding   ��������������������������� 15.00  CullBoards -��������������������������� ...10.00  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 15.00      '*  ORDER YOUR MILL WOOD NOW,  Green Blocks, $1.50 load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  Garden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, Screen Wire Cloth, Screen Window's  Lawn Mowers. ;   ....      .,   ..  Florence Automstic Oil Stoves^rtKe most perfect oil stove made;  2-burner, $14.50; 3-burner, $i7:50:,i '>*. "' '���������������������������<-; -��������������������������� v-;r >������������������������������������������������������-   - -=���������������������������<>���������������������������  Mail orders receive our prompt and careful attention.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  King  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  KingEdwardHotel,^^^^ Enderby  "Economy in the diet docs not always depend  upon limiting the use of certain foods," declares  the United States department of agriculture in a  bulletin just issued, "but sometimes it is a question of actually increasing the use of foods which  furnish nutritive material at relatively low cost.  Milk belongs to the latter class, and the housewife  would do well lo study its food value, and decide  whether her family is using as much as it should.  The average person in this counlry uses only a  little more than a half-pint of milk daily, and this  quantity can very profitably be increased when  safe milk is available. Many people think of  milk only as a beverage, but if they understood  lhat it is in reality a nourishing food, they  would increase their daily allowance.  In a table published by the department it is  ot iyi4,   i.uv-1^ ������������������> \.i^ ^^,~���������������������������    for information in response to this advertising,  and at thc close of the campaign many wholesale  apple dealers reported increases in the sale of  Canadian  apples-for domestic consumption  of  from 200 to 400 per cent.   In the spring of 1915  educational advertising was used to impress upon  the farmers of Canada the need of increased agricultural production in view of the War, and to  suggest- means -of-.meeting that need.._ This campaign resulted in an increase of over 10 per cent  in the area under cultivation and, in conjunction  with good weather conditions, in record yields  per acre.   Thc value of Canada's farm production  for 1915 was over $300,000,000 in excess of the  previous high record.   The domestic war loans  have been floated through educational advertising instead of through thc customary method of  underwriting.   Thc aggregate amount asked for  in these loans was $250,000,000; more than twice  that amount was subscribed.   Thc underwriting  of these loans would have cost over $3,000,000.!  Thc advertising  of  thc  three  loans cost  about'  $130,000.   Thc need of thrift and saving in view  of thc war was emphasized in a series of Government advertisements.   This scries was followed  by the advertising of Government war loans, debenture stock and war savings certificates.    On  March 29, 1917, thc Canadian Minister of Finance  in summarizing thc results of thc thrift campaign  reported that the savings of the people of Canada  during the previous two ycars had been at least  $500,000,000.   This amount represented the payments on the first two war loans, thc debenture  stock and thc war savings certificates plus thc  net increase in thc savings deposits in the chartered banks in Canada.   These figures should be  considered in conjunction with thc fact that the  population of Canada is less than eight million.  These few illustrations will serve to suggest  the nature and thc results of Government advertising in Canada.  : Ask _for_some of those choice  pieces of corn beef we have in  brine waiting your order.  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  ' Regular meeting! ftt-it  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 ������������������, tn. in Oddfellows Hall. Yisltini  brethren cordially invited  C. H. REEVES   Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. ef 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 COAL MINING REGULATIONS  ���������������������������Coal-mining-rights-of^the-Domin^  ion iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not 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-aVfe���������������������������  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  must be described -by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, aiid  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  lhe applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 85 which will bc  refunded if the rights applied far  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  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 the royalty thereon.  If the coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should be.  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Inter/or.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement wiil not be paid  for.���������������������������83575. yk  ^o  y  Thursday, June 28,1917  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  The Public Pulse  Personal opinions of public interest are cheerfully published nnder thia  head, but all correspondence must be brief���������������������������not more than 500 words.  A WOMAN'S IMPRESSIONS  Edilor Enderby Press: Dear Sir���������������������������Kindly allow  me space in your paper for a woman's view on  attending the meeting on the 7th at Grindrod:  Its object was to have been to discuss with the  member roads and roadforeman.   After listening  for two and a half hours, it really was disappointing1���������������������������amusing as well as interesting���������������������������for it felt  one was really in si school house with a lot of big  grown boys still in short pants, hotly squabbling  over some matters, resulting to almost personal  quarrels.   It was disappointing as so many ratepayers being there, conveniently many important  questions for  the better welfare  of  the  community  should  have, been  discussed.    So  one  could see a true reflex, the result of political  division.   It was amusing how our M.P.P., like a  gallant woer, treated the audience as though it  were a blushing maiden, with beautiful oratorical  bouquets.   He graciously enlightened his hearers,  how to a nicety the pre-election promises can be  , dodged, and so well impressed it on their memory that all former resolutions were forgotten.  Mr. Macdonald thought, and expressed himself so, that Mr. Little was part and parcel of a  huge political machine; attending every convention, opposing and hindering Dr. Macdonald at  all his previous campaigns.   Granting it be so,  those following the evolution of the political situation in the district, even the most biased, must  concede, if the doctor's election to parliament  took that much longer, he came forth that much  stronger, therefore no hard feeling should exist  between them.  Though I am the only one wishing to register  a kick (not because Mr. Owen is appointed, but  in the manner of his appointment.)    Mr. Macdonald stated that in his former campaigns certain consideration Mr. Owen had shown him, and  as he is situated, consequently is deserving thc  position.   Why, what else is it but patronage? Is  the world denude of all else that efficiency for a  good public servant can only be found in the  Liberal.association?   Or is efficiency, ,wanted for  the new machine?    There is another .force to  reckon ywilh;- it will wait and see, and govern it-  . self accordingly. .7  : The complaint, of Enderby teams doing road-  work in Grindrod isVthe lack of .mutual understanding V S,o soon as the appropriation by. the  " superintendent for each division is. made and the  foreman acquainted as to where itjyis.to be,.applied, put notices out to that effect a week'ahead  so farmers1 around can arrange" their- work accordingly! and canbeaMhe disposal; of-the ^foreman.   Such information' would avoid disappointment and save considerable running about looking for men.  The taxpayers have totpay f or it all.  Mr. Skyrme's appeal and plea for those on the  hills was.very much appreciated, but; remember,  they are only victims of an unjust system.   To  Mr. Macdonald's assertion that the discussion of  road work" was 'getting monotonous, and that  there.were more important questions to.decide.  He already did, and was prepared to do far more  for us at the assembly house.   Yes, so much, that  some unkind one accused him of being almost a  Socialist.   Perhaps-Dr. Macdonall"is not cognizant that the Socialists helped to swell the count of  the ballots in his favor.  He had better study and  precept its logic, and turn out to be a.good sound  economist, otherwise our representative will very  much resemble a roaring lion with a broken paw.  He^ill^^rbirabl^tb^scrap^those^corporation  lawyers hovering around the assembly house that  hc so bitterly complained of to us.   Before his  term is out, he will need all the forceful intellect  he can acquire so to cope with the new situations  that are bound to arise.  The suggestion of forming an association on  non-political lines, and the willingness of our  member-elect to do and help what is in his power  so long as it is for the advancement of he com-_  munity, should receive from the ratepayers every  consideration, for it would bring forth a better  mutual.understanding as to wherc amends could  be made.  Mr. Macdonald implored his audience to cease  squabbling, as there are higher ideals to aspire to.  Yes, so there are! But men must first let go of  their divisioned political kite, and join the force  of unity, whose mission is to bc. Work for the  good of the community. Men, and the newly enfranchised women, it can bc done. That's up to  you. Then, and only then, will the pendulum of  time harmoniously swing pointing toward Progress. ���������������������������Mrs. Thos. Gray, Mara.  We had taken them too literally, and had been  lulled into a state of self-satisfaction that was not  to our good.  "The Canadian press has kept strictly in touch  with the rest of the country in this respect. While  we have done many things very well, we have  incidentally, like thousands of others, found in  the war an opportunity to grind our own little  hatchets, to pay out our own little grouches, and  in particular found an opportunity of rejoicing  in saying to various people 'I told you so.' We  have had from the Canadian newspapers very  little leadership, and that is due partially to the  fact of the disappearance of the value of editorial  pages. The result is we must share in the responsibility of the appalling condition of things  in the country today���������������������������a condition of national  paralysis���������������������������whose great tragedy is that there is  no reason for it. There never was a time when  there was so little actual division among the  Canadian people nor a time when the people were  so ready for some generous current of thought  or some active leadership that would crystalize  us into a united nation."  No one will deny the truth of these statements.  The press of Canada, like the people of Canada,  must bear its share of the responsibility.   When  the war started, every public man and every  newspaper started the old practice of whistling  to keep up courage, and once started there was no  turning back.   Immediately everything Ally was  right and everything enemy was wrong.    Mistaking  mummery  for  patriotism  we all were  mum.   Ostrich-like we poked our heads in the  hole presided over by the censor and set about to  paint all our faults virtues and to make of mistakes brilliant episodes.   Criticism was pounced  upon as evidence of disloyalty.   We have clung  to the flimsiest kind of argument to carry a bold  front, ignoring facts and refusing to face them.  The press must bear its share of the blame, if  blame there be, but no more than its share.   The  press adopted the line of least resistance, that is  all.   Readers wanted nothing stronger than sugar  pills, and sugar pills were given.' To do anything  else might, arouse the ire of some^ fighting man  who preferred to fight by proxy and remained  home to tell how it should be done.   So long as  one was "killing* Kaiser Bill with his mouth,"  morning, noon ancl night, he considered he was  "doing his bit',' nobly.   And the press has only  followed the example of press readers;   Not that  the press was deceived, or that it "desired tp deceive.   But it thought at the beginning, and,has  been thinking ever since that "the Avar will soon  be over," and that it would be. time enough then  to express some plain facts. -.The same, with the  parsons.. They are much blamed for not telling  their congregations "some plain facts." ; But they  knbw.V They-know just howrlittle their congre-  gatohs want to hear "plain facts," arid they?tell  them sugared euphonies that leave their.hearers  still nestling in self-conceit and a delightful in:  ward satisfaction.    All*of us approach God as  much as to say, "Here, Old Fellow, we are all  right in this matter���������������������������we know it���������������������������and we want  you. to get a little busy and help us kill those  enemies who call- upon Y'ou as their deliverer.;  Help us to gather in a few more enemy, colonies  and if, you know of anything else belonging to the  enemy that we can get our hands oh, help us,  Lord, to. take it." And then we go home and paste  the kaiser with another "plum pudding"���������������������������and  the kaiser's God-fearing subjects pray likewise  fluently and pull off another.raid on thc English  coast.   All in the-name of Christ Jesus our Lord!  NOT WORRYING ABOUT BIRTH RATE  WHERE DOES RESPONSIBILITY LIE ?  Addressing the Canadian Press at an open  meeting in Toronto a few nights ago, on "The  Responsibilities of thc Press in Connection with  the War," J. W. Dafoe, of Winnipeg, pointed out  how public opinion, even in Germany, was  formed by journalists, writers, parsons and professors, whose main means were in ideas. With  regard to Canada, Mr. Dafoe said some things  not complimentary to the press, ancl yet, he told  what every reasonable mind must recognize as  the truth. He said we Canadians have been too  ready to accept the compliments which had been  paid us from Great Britain and the United States.  _. A correspondent writing^from London says the  young women of~England are rioTVmuchrxon-  cerned about the falling birth rate and the fearful  national consequences of infant mortality. This  correspondent savs thc English girls are so addicted to cigarettes that psychologists fear the  nation will have to pay the price in a new generation of rickety, weedy children. In this the  long-bearded sages might be right, but nobody  seems to care. No man, says this correspondent,  who knows enough to take his spoon out .of-his  cup will think of passing up thc ladies when he  offers cigarettes with after-dinner coffee. He is  bound to give them a chance to turn down thc  proffered pill, if any of them are non-smokers.  Women smoke as much as men in thc restaurants and in the loungerooms of hotels. Thnt  would appear to bc a mere foible of the girls; but  it isn't. Several government ollices and business  firms employing girl clerks have set aside smoking rooms for their benefit and in the tea rooms  scattered everywhere about London women patronize the smoking room almost as do the men.  We have Cabbage, Tomato and  Cauliflower Plants for Sale  Pratt's Poultry Foods, Powders and Ointments.  Also Small Chick Food in Package and Bulk  Out Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON,  The Making of a  D  ��������������������������� ll  Enderby Opera House, qa+V������������������  Saturday Eve.,   June oUtll  The story told in this practical 8-reel Boy Scout  picture is an intensely interesting one throughout  and during the showing of the picture there arc  minutes of keen excitement, especially at such  times as strong dramatic effects have been necessarily introduced into the, production, ��������������������������� and, in  , fact, it is really the reproduction of a drama with "  the activities of the Boy Scouts worked into the  chapters at appropriate times.  The whole story involves a young boy who has  tbeen incorrigible until he has had occasion to  come in contact with the great Boy Scout move-  * ment. He eventually joins, and becomes one of  its most worthy members. The boy's father,  like himself until he became reformed, possessed/,  all the earmarks of an outright criminal.. On one  occasion after the boy joins .the scouts he is  called upon to chase a house-breaker, whom he  ' afterwards discovers.to.be his own father.   ,The,_  story  goes  on  through Interesting  detail; and. ;  eventually the father, ofi the boy and the, man  whose house he had robbed, become reconciled, -  really through: the;; influence of the' Boy .Scout \;  movement. The story is brought to a sympathetic.  \ conclusion when .the rich man, 'whom:therbadV,  boy!s! father, had robbedjyand who .had always  despised the very   thought: of 'the   Boy Scout   ,  ..movement, suddenly realizes its genuine worth,\\  and" makes it a valuable" presentation/, Every ;  phase of real Boy Scout camp as well as city life  is well represented in the,1 picture.   The innumerable, scout games and drills are all depicted,;and "(  some really clever boy scouts appear, in the char- /  acter roles. ';'    V     :     , - -  Judge Ben. B. Lindsay, the.acknowledged authority on thc "boy problem" of America, says  this picture play is "one of the greatest feature  films yet produced in this country. ." . . It grips  the audience from beginning to end, presenting  without preaching or moralizing^those conditions  in the life of the average boy that make for poverty or crime, and how the Boy Scout movement  is attacking those conditions and redeeming  thousands of boys from an otherwise hopeless  environment." Every parent should see this play  and have their boys see it. The films for this  ^show-cosLt-wica-thc_ain_ount_j:harged.for._the.bes_t,_.  >-:������������������'  .7~i "*T***  ��������������������������� ^      a..  s*>s\  *,*��������������������������� <~ir\  feature films, but there will be no extra charge  for admission, 25c for adults and 10c for children  being adhered to  Don't f ail to seell  it*  There is to be shown at the Enderby Opera  House next Saturday evening, June 30th, an 8-  reel photo play entitled, "The Making of a Boy  Scout." Of this story, H. R. H. the Duke of Connaught said: "I hope that 'The Making of a Boy  Scout' will bc exhibited in every city and town  throughout the Dominion."  When thc school master attempts to put a stop  to a schoolyard fight, and takes the boys to task  for such folly, the first excuse hc gets from both  belligerents is,"Well, he started  Ul"  it!'  More than 2300 women  have registered  voters in the Okanagan.  as  Then is the time you will appreciate the  convenience of our up-to-date Telephone Service���������������������������local  and long distance.    Use your'phone and keep cool.   Talk  and avoid travelling.       OKANAGAN TELEPHONE CO. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 28,1917  Cubs Have Their Revenge  The Enderby mjirried men's  baseball team has been growing  thin at the top, and, realizing that  sooner or later they would have  to give way to the younger fans,  they have been giving the Cubs  two "lessons" a week. Now, the  Cubs have a lot of good baseball  material in their aggregation, and  lhcy "took to" the lessons like  goslins to water. They even got so  they could take defeat with a  smile, and could .joke at themselves���������������������������aiid, you know, when a  fellow can do that he's "getting  on." But! the Cubs have had a  feeling for some time that they had  learned tl\e lesson of defeat quite  well enough, and, like the rest of  the world,!;they wanted to taste the  delights of Victory. Just to illustrate:  nth  This is what they have been inclined to do to the M.M.  for some weeks. And they have  been planning all kinds of Haig  moves to out-Hindenburg the  landstrum. Ancl in Tuesday evening's game���������������������������  FOOL STATEMENTS  This is the way Ihey did it.  Score 19-4.    They found a post  hole big enough almost to bury the,  -marr ied=menV-n. ���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������  FOR SALE���������������������������Good second-hand top  buggy; rubber tires; first-class  condition. At Jas. McMahon's  blacksmith  shop. At  EXCHANGE��������������������������� Cottage piano 'in  first-class condition, for any  kind of live stock. Box C, The  Press of!i*ce. **- '��������������������������� t������������������������������������������������������  Undoubtedly, had Premier Borden and his colleagues known the  war would continue so long, and  place upon Canada the burdens  and responsibilities which the Dominion has had to bear, there  would have been adopted a different policv at the outset. But no  man could forsee what has taken  place, and no man can yet tell  what the future has in store. We  have adopted in Canada thc policy  of "muddling through," so characteristic of the British spirit. It  is. a poor policy, no doubt, but a  democratic policy. Some day, we  hope to see the development of a  truly democratic scientific government, but if this is ever to be, then  democracy must, in a degree, take  on an autocracy which will have  the power tot control and manage  the affairs of the nation as scientifically as the affairs of any large  manufacturing or financial institution. In other words, the management of the affairs of state will  be taken out of politics���������������������������out of the  hands of the people���������������������������and placed  in the hands of experts schooled  and trained for that purpose. If  the ordinary business institution  were to attempt to muddle through  as our democracy muddles along  it would be in the bankruptcy  courts in a year. Men are placed  in control of the people's business  because they are Conservative or  Liberal���������������������������not because they are  capable or have>any administrative  ability. Millions of the people's  wealth, and the lives of the people,  are placed in their keeping, without their having any proven ability  whatever. And then we look to  these men to keep the ship of state  sailing safely lhe seas of commerce and politics. As well put in  charge of a deckhand the safety  of an ocean liner and set out to  cross the ocean.  But this is the world's present  conception of democracy. We do  not believe it is going to bc the  conception of democracy in future  for there are already evidences of  most striking changes. The almost instantaneous change of thc  United States from the recognized  democratic policy to that of onc of  the soberest of autocracies, in order to accomplish a stated purpose, has been an object lesson to  the world, and points the way to  greater things  in  this direction.  "The Borden Government is the  tool of the trusts," is one of the  commonest shriekings of the Liberal press. There cannot be any  doubt that the Borden Government has a great deal yet to accomplish in the way of control of  the trusts in Canada, but the cry  that the Government is the puppet  of the trusts is most nonsensical.  To a very large extent, the Borden  tTovernnient^hl!T^followed=the=ex^  ample of the British government in  handling matters of state. There  undoubtedly has been an undue  amount of what people delight to  characterize as "muddling." But  if these same people were "on the  inside" and could sec the outlook  from a different perspective, the  "muddling" would-_noL. appear, so  Afternoon Tea  10c  Ice Cream served  in our Tea Room  MONTH END SALE  AND  HOLIDAY REQUIREMENTS  Tiy a Cool Soda  or Ice Cream in  our Tea Room, also  at Candy Counter  MONTH END SALE  13.50��������������������������� Wool Blankets ���������������������������S2.00  Wrool Witney Blankets, full bed  size;  Month End Sale..$2.00 each  55c���������������������������VOILE���������������������������25c  42-inches wide, in Ecru only, for i  drawers, waists, etc.; special!      25c yard  WOMEN'S  HOSE  Women's  white   Lisle   Hose,   sizes  8%,    9,    9%,    10;    extra    special,     25c   pr.  SILK HOSE  Women's' fine quality black silk  Hose, worth today, 85c; special  price   ....................  50c   pr.  MONTH END SALE  READY-TO-WEAR  DEPARTMENT  Offers     special     inducements     in  Holidav  Attire  MIDDIES  MONTH   END  SALE  EXTRAORDINARY VALUES  IN MEN'S and BOY'S WEAR  6 Handkerchiefs for 25c  Women's Lawn Hemstitched  Handkerchiefs, splendid val-_^  ue at 10c; special,    g   for  25C  $1.00 GROCERY SPECIALS  3 lbs. H.B.Co. Imperial Tea;,$1.00  3 lbs H.B.Co. Imperal Coffee.. 1.00 i length,  15  lbs  Besl Jap   Rice     1.00*  10 lbs pure granulated sugar. 1.00  (i fins Old Gold Tomatoes.... 1.00  7 tins F. L. D. Peas ....... 1.00  i) tins Pacific Milk   ......... 1.00  9 packets Corn Starch    1.00  9   lbs   Sago         1.00  SNAPS  in  Housefurnishinsrs  Japanese   Mats, .'.'useful   for  housie  or  verandah;   size,  36x72... .$1.45  Special  CURTAIN  MUSLINS  For   bedrooms   or    living   rooms;  very   dainty;    36-in.    wide;   very  special   ................19c   yard  NOVELTY CURTAINS  In   ecru;   only  a   few  odd   pairs;  3    yards;    value,    $4.25:  for :..   $2.75  HARDWARE  SPECIALS  Enamel  Saucepans,  Frypans,  Dippers, Baketins, Handbowls; values,  25c to 35c; to clear  17c  China Cup and Saucers, in dainty  patterns;    4  for 55c   -   -������������������������������������������������������ -   grey,  novelty stripes; excellent. material,  good lit: Month End Sale... $10.75  Men's Suits in Norfolk, Pinch-back  ti,���������������������������,.    ....     ^. 1,1 ,   ,i ...c    ������������������������������������������������������,i  ,., ��������������������������� and  Sacque styles, in blue serges,  These  are   Middy   days,   and  we >   ,      fWoeds   in   arev   brown   ind  have a well assorted stock to meet d,s0  UNCUI>  in   ������������������iey'  D,own  ana  your requirements, in good quality  drill;   all  white,  and  others  with  sport collar & cuffs .  $1.25 to  1.75  $1.50��������������������������� WAISTS ���������������������������95c  Dainty Summer Waists; all this  season's styles, in Lawn, Muslin  and   Voiles   ................. 95c  WHITE WASH SKIRTS  In pique, repp and duck; made in  the fashion's latest styles; extra  special   value   1.25  Women's White Drawers  In good quality white cotton, lace  and embroidery trimmed; all one  price  45c pr.  OUTING   PANTS  Men's    Flannel    Pants,    in    grey,  brown and cream. .$3.50 & 4.50 pr.  WHITE DUCK PANTS  For     tennis,     boating    or    golf;   ....$1.25 and $1.75 pr.  MEN'S STRAWS  Every kind of Straw Hat to choose  from......... $1.00   to  $250  Boys' Straw flats:..50c, 75c & $1.00  Men's Panama Hats, special, $3.45  25 dozen Men's 30c black Cotton  Socks;  special   ...........15c pr.  Combination  Special  2 pkts Seeded Raisins,       .30  5 lbs best Jap Rice, .40  10 lbs pure Gran. Sugar;-1.10  1 tin F.L.D. Peas, .15    F0R  1 tin Old Gold Tomatoes, .20  I lb H.B.Co. Imp. Tea, .40 O OC  2.55 ������������������*���������������������������������������������***  hefiudsonsBauOt  HraBCBTC.BUBBlME STOiS CBHMISStfMEB  EDISON    DIAMOND  with wonderful diamond stylus reproducer;   indestructible   Records.  NO NEEDLES TO CHANGE  Call or write for full particulars  of our free trial offer. There are  no strings to this. It is an absolute  =FREE=4ri a l=i -n=y o u r^O-wrLJh ome.  Strawberries and Cherries  Shortly after July 1st these favorite fruits will be at their best  I'or canning. Leave your orders with us to insure yourself against  disappointment. Wc are handling the output of one of the fincsl  .slrawb-M-ry beds in the district. The berries will come to you  fresh, picked  same day as delivered.  HOYAI. ANN, LAMBEHT and RING CM EH HIES, fresh from the  grower.      LEAVE  OHDEHS   NOW.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings and Groceries  KEEP OUT THE FLIES  We have screen doors and windows and netting at a very  slight  advance over old   prices.  Kcfrigerators, white-enameled lined; prices onlv $0.00, $17.00  and  $21.00.  Ice cream freezers, 2-qt. $4.00;  3-qt. $4.50.  Daisy   barrel   churns,   $10.75   to $13.25.  Multiple rubber garden hose, the best that is made, 18c ft.  Other grade of hose at 13c ft.  We can supply your wants in nil lines of hardware at prices  that are the lowesl to be had in the country.  Mail  orders  receive our prompt attention.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Act today.  THE HOOD STATIONERY CO.  Phonograph Specialists.       Vernon  muddling, after all. We know the  Borden Government has just compelled the paper- trust to reduce its  price..of._.ncwspnnt..,to_.jilm_os^pre-  war prices. And the appointment  of a food comptroller for Canada  will soon have an effect upon the  prices of food and other commodities.  IS THIS YOUR KIND  Love sulfereth long and is kind.  Love envicth  not.  Love  vaunteth  not  itself.  Love is not puffed up.  Love   doth   not   behave   itself   unseemly.  Love scekcth not its own.  Love is not provoked.  Love taket'h not account of evil.  Love beareth  all  things.  Love hopeth all things.  Love endureth all things.  Love never faileth.  Never yet heard man or woman  much adused that I was not inclined to think the better of them  and to transfer any suspicion or  dislike to the person who appeared to take delight in pointing out  the defects of a fellow-creature.  ���������������������������Jane Porter.  LOGGING   .OUTFIT���������������������������There  is still a mumtitv ol' mv loauina  outfit for sale. At mv residence  in Enderbv.       A. E. Johnston.  Anyone contemplating buying a car should bear  in mind these reasons why that car should be a  FORD.  =^T^Because=you=get-more=value=in^a^  the FORD price than in any other car made.  2���������������������������Because the FORD is the most economical in  the use of oil and gasoline.  3���������������������������Because the FORD is the most economical in  tires and repairs.  4���������������������������Because of its accessibility in travelling any  road, and the accessibility of FORD accessories,  which can be purchased at any FORD agency.  ^ 5���������������������������Becausethe FORD is- the simplest car to  handle; does not get out of order, and its driving  mechanism is "fool proof."  6���������������������������Because when you buy a FORD you buy car  economy and car satisfaction.  For particulars as to terms, etc., see���������������������������  MACK & RANDS  Auto Supplies and Livery Enderby, B.C.  THE SPIRIT OF PATRIOTISM  IS BEST EXPRESSED IN MUSIC  Nothing is more thrilling and soul-inspiring   than   the   airs  to  which men hive marched away to war, or the songs that have been  inspired bv national devotion and have been sung in camp and bivouac.   Martial music is best heard on the���������������������������  New Edison Diamond Amberola  An invention of Thomas A. Edison, and a product of his own Labor-  al0riBecinning with this month, new records will be received monthly  ���������������������������ind'ou? stock will be kept up with the latest. No be ter terms will  'be givin ?ou anywhere than we will give you. Call and see, and  hear the best���������������������������  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE, J. E. CRANE, Prop.

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