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 S>;SSiW?r^:-'r:WS  <f  Eoderby, B. C, August 30.-1917  AND      WALKERS       WEEK1Y  Vol. 10; No.27; Whole No. 479  NEWS AND  VIEWS  Mrs. M. A. Wilson left Tuesday  for Toronto.  Wm. Airth left on Monday for  Stonewall, Man.  satisfactory to all parties concerned. Fair prices were paid for  all purchases, and every buyer got  full value for his money.  A  public   meeting   of   the  Red  Cress will be held in Parish Hall,  Bev. J. A. Dow is on a business j Tuesday, Sept. 4th, at 3 p.m..   As  important business will come up, it  is desirable that a full attendance  trip to Kamloops.  Fin lay Brash left on Tuesday for  the prairie harvest fields. j 0{ members be had.  Bev. R. W. Lee will preach in the " The Methodist, Baptist and Pres-  Melhodist Church Sunday evening byterion Sabbath Schools will hold  next. I their    annual    union    picnic    on  Miss E. Beahrie Smith, B. A., is'Johnny's Meadows, Thursday ' af-  the new principal at thc Mara! ter'noon, Sept. Gth. Mothers please  public school. ���������������������������- j bring your baskets.   All children of i  Pte. Donald Brown returned to the community will be welcome. |  camp at Kamloops this week, after Mr. Geo. Andrews is visiting En-;  a month at his home.  Wm. Glen left for Retlaw, Alta..  on Saturday to run a thresher as a  National Service engineer.  A wise guy says the merchant  who does not advertise gets more  dust-on his goods than in his cash  register. . . - )     .  In London it is said the trains,  cabs and drays, are killing six  times as' many people as the German zeps.      -   >'  ���������������������������Miss Lawrence,, who taught the  Mabel Lake school last term, will  continue in that capacity the ensuing term.  Jim Grier has quit Hedley and  gone to Lomond, Alta., wherc he  will edit and manage a newspaper  on a salary.  Robert Roberts, left, for Retlaw,  Alta., on Saturday, to work on thei  thresher-to be run this season by  the Woods Bros.  Andrew -Glen is running the  thresher recently brought in from  Manitoba. Hc has a heavy season's  work mapped out ahead of him.  Wm. J. Woods left on Saturday  I'or Retlaw, Alta., taking with' him  to work in the harvest fields, Eddie  Sparrow, G. Graham, Jas. McMahon  and hVPhencuf. j  Canada   had    recruited   424,456 ���������������������������  derby this week from Summerland.;  He reports excellent fruit crops in  that vicinity, but says the develop-,  ments in mixed farming have even  now .pushed the fruit back to second place in importance.  ..An. extension of time-has been  granted all fruit pickers from the  coast, who have been detained in  thc Okanagan to gather' the fruit, -  the C. P. R. agreeing to lift their  return transportation and issue a  ticket, to take .them, back to the  coast without aclclitipnal~chafg'e. ""  City .Clerk Rosomon, Mrs. Rosoman and daughter returned from  the coast this week, wherc they.''  spent a very enjoyable month by  the   seaside.     Mr. .Rosoman   was *  much impressed by the buoyant the strongest characters in her  spirit of thc people of Vancouver, I young men. We have from time to  where, he says, business in all lines time produced photos of some- of  is thrifty and showing marked im- them who have proved their metal  commanding ollicer, Col.Pritchard.;       TRENCH COMFORT  CLUB  Ptc. Marwood resigned his position'    as secretary of the military Y.M.C.      The ladies of the Trench Com-'  A. at Camp Borden, and joined as fort Club were delighted this week  a private. , with  the  ready  response  to  their  ' All who knew Allan Marwood as call for funds to send parcels of  a boy will deeply sympathize with comforts to the boys in the tren-  the mother, father and sisters who' ches, ancl they acknowledge receipt  are left behind.   His was an exeep- of the following:  tional character, and a long life of  S.   Poison    - . .$ 1.00  usefulness   in   the    public   service *}���������������������������J-pl0������������������������������������������������������   ;;; ���������������������������;; ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������; ���������������������������;    J-gjj  was cut out  for him.    He was a ^jrSp Mackav   ..............    1.00  favorite  and   leader  among  young Mrs.   Garratt        1.00  men who seemed to   be   naturally Mj's-  Bogert     50  drawn toward  him  in  a'spirit of }[rs- J���������������������������1���������������������������"1    jjo  , ,'  J        ,     Mrs. rsichol    2o  co-operation    ancl    good   comrade- ^[rs   Keith- 25  ship.    Allan was 24 years'of age. Mrs.  Skcjie 50  Parly in thc war he "attempted to Mrs.  Peel    25  join   the    forces   but   was  turned M,rs- Gaylord       .25  . ���������������������������    .������������������      i     ���������������������������    i i Mrs.   Harvey   .."     1.00  down .owing to physical weakness, ^jr   Speers 9 00  ..the result   of   a   serious  operation MrS. Speers   ... '.'. '. '.....'.'.'.'.    1.00  while attending Columbian College. Mrs. A. Beeves       1.00  Later he took up Y.M.C.A. work as C. Reeves 1.00  , military   secretary,   where  he  cx-> Jj^1^-���������������������������;;;;;;;;;��������������������������� y ���������������������������;   \��������������������������� .  hibite'd   great   ability   as. a -young vr   Crane   ................ '"  .50  ���������������������������man, and  gave promise of a bril- R. E. Wheeler V ".    1.00  limit future."   > ��������������������������� Jas.  Murphy  r.......    2.00  A In end        1.00  LOST AN EYE  The   Trench 'Comfort  Club" are  preparing for the boys' Christmas  The past week, while driving-a, parcels already,-and.would like allV  -boll -with a chisel, ;Wm. Hutchison  the ladies,to "save their empty .bis-.-V  ���������������������������"'met vith a seriousYcci(lenf,b>Ttlie  cuit tins and" large lard"pails^also"---  chisel    Hying   back' 'and   striki'i-' 20-lb sugar sacks. ,        ; ���������������������������  PTE. ALLAN MARWOOD  Enderby has produced some of  Hying  him in the left eye. He was wearing  glasses at thc 'time, and  lhe force  treasurer  of  Ihe   Canadian  Iges   the  contributions    received  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  of lhe blow shattered thc lens and)  drove pieces of the glass into the       ' 7 _ ,        ,   ,  eye.    Mr.  Hutchison  was taken to Patriotic   Hind   acknowledges   the  ihe coast for treatment.    There it    . ...     .        -.,,.,..  ..,���������������������������      .   i   ii   ,   ii ���������������������������  ���������������������������'      u ,r since publication of  he last list:  was  discovered  that  the  eye  had .^        ' ...   ��������������������������� ... c. . nn  -     - ���������������������������- ���������������������������  . i   ,,       i        in ������������������������������������������������������    i    i  Dr. H. W. Keith   $ o.OO  provement 'in  the  dangers  and   hardships  of bcen shattered, and thc optic had s   |7   HartrV        -, 00  Another "verv satisfactory series'this  cruel  war.    Not  all  of  them |o be removed. A piece of the glass q. 13. Winter  . ���������������������������.   10.00  half an inch long was found at the C. P. It van  3.00  of   picture 'plays  was   enjoyed   at have come into prominence by an  the Opera House last Friday eve- act  of  heroisms and   only  a   few ������������������������������������-'; ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� -.-> ��������������������������������������������������������������� -.������������������-  "'"."������������������������������������������������������;;.<Miss Et Cooke   3.00  nin������������������     The  "Voice  on   the  Wire" have Ir'et death on the battle front, ihiivin- hecn  c������������������l  m  tw0-    At .-last R   E  T   Forslcr   3.00  ���������������������������"'���������������������������   is  causing   intense  interest, '>������������������* al!  who  have gone  from   En-'''eport   Mr.   Hutchison   was   doing <Rcv. J. A. Dow, ,.. 3.00  $33.00  serial  each  episode  deepening  the  mystery, sharp with startling climaxes.  derby homes to engage in the Em- as well as could be expecled under  pire's battles have bcen there to do the circumstances.    It is too early  Next Friday evening the program ������������������n<   ������������������",  and   because  thc  bullets   o say what eLcct the ..i,ury will KNIGIlTS OF PYTHIAS  ���������������������������pmmU^tn^r.1,  hnth-n������������������ to ti^ ^"d grapnel hiivc niissed themes have on the right eye, hut there is  serial   and   the   master   plav   and beS?J tlJ?" s<?od1 f^"' mfsoITto believe that no compl.ca-.  men up to June 30th.. Up to that  time, of thc forces overseas, 31,955  had bcen killed, died, or had becn  taken prisoners.  The name of Dr. J. C. Brouse, of  New Denver, is mentioned as thc  possible candidate on thc Liberal  side- for���������������������������Kootenay in the forthcoming Federal election.  According to thc latest crop  ��������������������������� report,, the apple crop of the Okanagan will bc about equal to that of  lasl year and generally of better  quality but smaller in size.  , ,                                                j    Of all  Enderby boys who have tions will result.  TtVould  not be a  bid  idea  lo'lost lbcir ,ives overseas������������������ Plc- Al,an Mr- "������������������lchison raunuj- nai-ruwi>  nf   i->vtliios   of   British   Cohnnl.i.i,  run  the  minister of'public works i���������������������������������������������������������������d   ^'f8', 1p?rhfpsI   lbc   bxf ������������������CMpC(l   ^rious  injury  by  haying. pail|   fl|1  onlcinl   visil  to   Enc|crby  over  the cordurov  road  to  Mabel know" by aU ol(1 hntlc,*b>'*les-    "c his arm caught m a driving wheel ,|o(,ge ,.,sl  Fri(,.,y cvcningf accom.  lake   the next time he visits En- ?va.s born here' and grcV' up froin bclt������������������ all(l  hmI  1)ccn  b{,ck'to work:panied   by  Vice   Chancellor, A. E.  '                                                      infancy in   these   familiar   scenes, only a short time when the later ac--. Kjncnj(i 0f Revelstoke   and Mr. A.  Allan   was   barely   breaking   into cident took  place.    The sympathy "jA.jsiimtm   0f   Vernon',   a   pioneer  manhood when his parents moved of Ihe community goes out to him )M)em|JCp 0f t]le order in this Province.     These   gentlemen   brought  derby, and to explain to him that  in addition to the heavy traffic to  the lumber camps over this road  there is scarcely a Sunday passes  during the summer season that  froin 10 to 20 autos clo not'have to  lo Victoria, where Mr. Bell al once  and  family,  rose to prominence as an alderman  of thc City  of  Victoria,   and later  "HE IS MY FRIEND"  became a member if the provincial  bump  over these  purgatory  pave-; f^c.rislHiurc '  ,ne"ls- , ���������������������������       '       lv    J    Further details of Pte.Marwood's  On   Monday   next   (Labor   Day);(|(,.llh   wca.   received   this  wcck.  ,',,.,       .  . . ,.       ...    SI. George s Church picnic will bc Tu���������������������������   n   ,   ..,;..���������������������������   r,.nnl   n,,,  miiii.n.v strie ���������������������������  Dr.    King,   minister   ol    publici.   ..    . ".    .    ,, .  . ,i     ,.��������������������������� ,      '11C  ",sl  Wlie   l,nnl   ,,ie  niiiit.uy  good   news   as   to   the   nourishing  condition of lhc order throughout  Mr. Ceo. Bell i.s visiting Enderby i Hie Province, and told of the good  this week on business,   lie reports work . its   members   arc   doing   in  Mrs.   Bell    and    daughters  greatly:connection   wilh    aiding   the   dc-  stricken   bv  lhe sad   news  of  the .pendents of members at the front  works, visited the Endcrby-Mara  district this week, looking over the  roads and investigating the reported needs of thc district.  The  C.  P.  R.  will   abandon   its  track   through   Roger's   Pass   now  held at Picnic Point, on thc river< .^ithorit  ics reai  death of their son, Pte. Allan Mar- and   in   general   Bed   Cross   work.  at   the   back   of   Mr.. Strickland's j'  ������������������|)eep|v    ,.y���������������������������,.cl    Wjllhm    All-in 'wood.-   In his home life they fouiuh The order has undertaken lo raise  properly.   All members of the con-1 ;uiirWoo(i,   921HM2.   infantry.   died'All!u1  A���������������������������always cheerful, always! the sum of hair a million dollars to  gregation    arc    cordially   invited,! in   Brams'hott  mifi'tary 'hospital  on'helpful;   only sweet   memories  re-'be turned over lo Red Cross work  and it is hoped that a good gather-j Aug. J (5th;   result   of   mine   explo- [main. Lasl April Mrs. Bell travelled j at thc front.  ing of  adults  as ' well   as children |S1011,' . : 0000 miles to bid her boy good-bye. j :  will   attend,   bringing    their   own | ��������������������������� /," reply to a we '^details the If   U)el.c   NV.1S   onc    distinguishing:    Saturday  promises  to  be  a  big  that the great tunnel is completed, j fo0(I>  an(]  being fll  ,he appointed i r������������������llowing was ,,cccive(l b>' Mr. and  m.u.k |n |>kl   Mai.woot|-s character/day for thc man with a gun.   The  and  the roadbed  is to be turned  into a wagon road for tourists.  Mr. Geo. Keyes came in from  Kentwood, La., on Monday, to  spend a few days with Mr. ancl Mrs  F. S. Stevens before reluming  south with Mrs. Keyes and boys.  Mr. Frank Hassard is the first  farmer in the district to finish  threshing. He reports a very satisfactory yield, both, in quantity ancl  quality, and ideal weather conditions for harvesting.  The auction sale of the fine bred  Ayrshires, al the dairy farm of R.  J.   Coltart,  Wednesday   afternoon,  place about 12 'oclock. There will  bc the usual children's races, etc.,  and an enjoyable afternoon is anticipated.  A crowd' of Enderby friends assembled at the Leighton Cottage,  'Mabel Lake, Sunday ancl gave a  birthday party in honor of their  hostess. If you want to see ancl  experience men and women at  their best, just break away from  thai grouch long enough to travel  to Leighton Beach, and there let  the ozone blow the dust and cob-  Mrs. Bell  for  .     .    "it  was his loyalty to his  friends, t open    season   will   then   start  here "till1'"mail '���������������������������Sives^ But we ] Evcn in ^lis scll0f)1 (lays in K"l,c������������������'b>'!(lcer- Scesc (cxccI)l ,5ran,)' cll,cks'  see by paper's that in practice mine I this characteristic showed itself on | sandpiper, snipe, plover, curlew,  laying there was lin explosion at! many an occasion. He was sent' sand-hill cranes, rails and coots;  Bramshott on Aug. 10th, in which lilomc f,.om school one dav accused i also mountain goat and the male  six Canadian soldiers were killed j . , . son,elhi���������������������������,, which a bov!onlv of mountain sheep. The sea-  and 23 wounded.   We fully expect U1   uum������������������  sul"u'"o   ",u'       ,   V      ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ...      ' ...  that explains his d������������������alh " friend  was   guiltv   of,  and   when'son for grouse will not open until  " Sept. 15th.  Writing   from  Victoria  Mr.  Bell | asked why he did nol tell, calmly  says   that   Ptc.   Marwood did   not, replied, "He is my friend."  join the infantry in England.on ac-*  count of .no  Y.M.C.A.  work.      He!    ladies, if you have nol called to  joined   in   St.   Thomas,   Ont.    The I inspect our new line or dress goods  company  he   had    been   workingland  women's and  children's wear cere  thanks  to   the   friends   who  with   for  six  months  were to  go!you are missing something refresh-(have shown their kind and practi-  CABO OF THANKS  Will vou kindly convey my sin-  webs out of vour bclfrv.    That is|overseas,   nnd   some  thirty of  the1 ing in this line.   Come in llie nextjeal sympathy to us on Mr. Ilutchi-  ire fhe habit of j boys with whom he had signed up! time you are in town. Al Speers.      sons sad accident.  where people acquii  conducted  by   Auctioneer   Hassen.imuluality���������������������������browned ancl mellowed to lead a clean life wanted him to     Whv not take vour Sunday dinner  proved  very  successful  and  most by the sun.  accompany Ihem, as clid also  the i al the King Edward?  Mas. Wm. Hutchison'.  Enderby, Aug. 27th.  > \  h L  ^-."'il  Srsm..  Mr. Geo, C. Miller, -of Va lcouver,  Grand   Chancellor  of  Ihe   Knights <m  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, August 30,1917  ENCOURAGING FISH EATING  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   WALK Kit  Advertising Rates:   Transient, 50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising, SI an inch per month.  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,  B. C. at S2   per   year,   by   thc  WalVer   Press.  In order to conserve the supply of beef and  bacon supply of the American continent for the  needs of the Allies, thc Department of Fisheries  of thc United Slates and of the Dominion will in  future encourage greater fish eating at home, and  wilh this object in view the Dominion Government has taken steps to inquire into the difference between the purchasing price and the selling  price of lhc Canadian whilcfish.   Fishermen arc  paid live cents a pound'for these fish by thc combination handling them, and the selling price of  Uic fish is twenty cents a pound.   Other steps are  being taken lo conserve the fish supply in the  lakes and streams.   And with tliis object in view  lhc Department has adopted- morc stringent regulations governing the taking of thc little "kick-  aninney," or Red Fish.    Heretofore, il has becn  customary to take these fish by scoop shovel, net,  gaff-or pitchfork, as they started up the creeks  from the lakes to spawn in September.    Under  the new regulations a heavy penalty is imposed  for  taking  these  fish  by anything  other   than  bait and hook.   Fishermen haye told us that thc  "kickaninney" will, not take the hook.    But in  this they evidently are mistaken.    Fisheries Inspector Gartrell, of Summerland, tells  the Review lhat ihey can be caught as readily as any  of the lake fish, if you know what kind of bait  to use.   And Inspector Gartrell divulges thc bait  secret ,which was given him by the Indians.   Hc  made many experiments and found the bait was  all right.   He himself hooked 15 "kickeninnies"  close to the shore in a very few minutes.   But thc  bait?   Listen: All you have to do is to wrap a few  ant's eggs in wild rose petals and with a string  tic them to the hook in such a way as to cover the  hook.   This makes a dainty morsel.   But at this  season of the year there are no wild rose petals,  therefore you will have to substitute something  else, or wait until next year.   It is claimed that  the wholesale taking of fish at spawning time is  rapidly reducing their numbers.  Ask Our Local Dealer  When installed according to plans furnished by us, the Sunshine Furnace  will heat your home comfortably,  healthfully and economically. . Ask  our local dealer to tell you how it's  done, or write for free booklet.  WOwyls  SUNSH!  ACE  LONDON      TORONTO      MONTREAL      V/INKIPEG      VANCOUVER  ST. JOHN, N.B. HAMILTON CALGAHY 3  SAS*������������������ATOON        EOrCONTON  For sale FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 30. 1917  BUILDING FROM WITHIN  Onc of thc good things coming out of thc war,  or results ol* the war, is thc imperative duty devolving upon the inhabitants of each and every  community to get togelher and build from wilhin  ���������������������������lo accept conditions in thc light of our being  tossed upon an island with all lhe natural ad-!  "Vacant lot, back yard and school gardens have  produced .$350,000,000 worth of vegetables this  summer in thc United Slates. In Canada, by the  same proportion,' if maintained, the increased  production of vegetables in cities and towns  would, amouni to ������������������28,000,000.  PEACE AND WAR  An Amsterdam dispatch says'thai Berlin sees  no picsent hope for peace, despite Pope Bene-  ,-,   . . . , , , ,.        , ,   i diet's pleas, addressed to thc nations at war. This  vantages which nature can bestow, and forced lo;   .      ^ hek| bv lhc Gcrman peoplc, u is saWt f0i_  dove op those natural, giits or starve.    Ihesc arc:1     h    chancellor Michaclis' speech lo the Rcich-  thc days when thc quiet, (earless character counlsjslag ,<-������������������������������������������������������ commitlcc."Thc enemy's war aims  ! f>rdve;their desire to annihilate Germany," the  i Gcrman chancellor -was .quoted-as* saying, "there-  most���������������������������the character lhat can buckle down to  hard work, persistent effort, and a "mind^your-  own-busincss nobility." Wc have no lime these  days i'or the misguided patriot who goes about  as a smelling committee to scent trouble.    The  fore no present desire for peace exists. Up to thc  present lhere has been no opportunity to deliberate with our allies regarding the Pope's note.  .nan who prates freedom and patriotism, and at There is n0(!oubt of the honesty impelling the  he same   m.c refuses to grant that his neighbor no[e       ,   therefore I- would  regard il  svnipa-  has a right to live though diflcrmg m opinion, has ^c(ic.,jiv "   '  very limited conception of what the great worni;...^^ the  expressions 'made public oi> the part of thc olher  Are you going to do any  Building- or Repairing-  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Floorng and Ceiling 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  WANTED  Produce for the Graham Company  Evaporator at Armstrong  POTATOES       CARROTS       ONIONS  I have completed r.rrahgements with this Company whereby I am  authorized to buy for their evaporator plant all of thc above vegetables which can be obtained in the Enderby, Grindrod and Mara  Districts.    No quantity too big, or none too small.  J. E. CRANE Enderby, B. C.  trouble is all about. The lesson should be one  teaching mutuality���������������������������-what is good for you'is good  I'or mc and what is good for you and mc is good  for all. And, if in small communities,wc limit  oiy vision so wc cannot see each other at our  hest, and all lend a hand, how in the name of  reason do wc expect to gel together in a larger  sense?  Whether we acccpflxuTdiTions  nol, the conditions will  is ihcy are or  remain, nevertheless. And :  lhere is onlv one wav out. And that, bv the wav j  of mutuality. Kach community must find a solu-'  lion for its own troubles. Wc have becn fed up  on paternalism in the pasl, fed'up until, like  poorly brouglil up children, we refuse to rustic  for ourselves, and conliiuiallv crv I'or the Gov-  ernmenl lo do something for us. Let us shift' the  -idea-.- 1 -,el-us-gel bus}'-ourselves.--Kven-if we did  nothing more lhan systematically develop the vacant lown lots, and clean up the slreel in front of  our door, il would he a long slep in the right  direction. There i.s work I'or all to do. and lhere  can lie no excuse for anyone to appoint himself or  herself a smelling com mi I loc to snoop into olher  people's business. Moralists���������������������������ordinarily well-  intentioned   and   ultra-pure frequently  are   led  away and lake upon themselves lhe duties of the  snooping squad. Invariably Ihey make mailers  worse than they lind Ihem. Today every man  and every woman can find plenty lo do if Ihey  would attend to their own  right. We haven'I any need  What we do need is for each  knitting, and thus subdue  create it.  We cannol all think alike,  our pari in bringing in lhe period of  which   war  and   famine   are   forcing  peoples of the world.  nations, and it is reported.-that-President Wilson,  after consulting with the Allies, is about lo draft  a reply-lo Pope.Benedict,* which will answer for  all the allied governments. In the forecast of this  note, it would indicate lhat thc demand, will be  made that before any discussion of peace is un-  (lertakan^3^^lIie^AUics,=^GaTiiiiany==J3iiist^adQp-L=,  some t'orm of democracy and get out .rom under  Hohcnzollcrn dominance.  While peace parries are going on, and our  world leaders are talking "at" onc another, thc  fighting on the Western front continues to be of  the. most desperate nature. In the vicinity of  Lens lhc Canadian Iroops have made further advances, and the titanic struggle for the possession  ol" lhe coal cily continues night and day. On the  I la I ia nTroTi t ah i m por la hi victory lias lice h  achieved by the Italians. These advances on the  pari of the Allied Iroops olfsel any disturbing  news coming from the Russian front. A curtain  seems lo have been drawn on a Hairs there. Indications, however, point lo anolher offensive  aboul lo be undertaken in lhal quarter.  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, Pp;���������������������������& ���������������������������RPHY Enderby  SYNOPSIS Of COM MC REGULATIONS  -Choice.cuts always at your command,  and prompt delivery.  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  SECRET SOCIETIES  pusiness and  do  il  for snooping squads.  lo attend lo his own  strife   rather 4hi\n  Bul  wc  all can do  helpfulness  upon   the  Tbe foods called for by (ircal Britain and her  allies from America arc beef, bacon and wheat.  These are the export staples. These are lhe foods  America will have lo do wilhoul i  lo be supplied.  the Allies are<  "IMPERIAL REASONS"  The oldest Vancouver .morning dailv paper, the  News-Advertiser, is lo bc merged wilh the Sun,  and on September 1st it will become extinct. The  Sun will issue a paper every morning in the week.  ME'ICAI.FE  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. <0  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordiully invited  C. H. REEVES   Secretary  I lie  brand  lo lhe  lion o  The Victoria  Colonist says that some of thc  fancy-named,    high-priced    "sardines"   that   arc  now sold in the Province are really noihing olher  lhan immature salmon laken illegally by Chinese  in lhe British Columbia coast waters, and made  inlo full-fledged "sardines" ;il a factory on the  Cowicban coast.    The fact that the Chinese arcj  pulling out "cardincs" in this way is given as one'  of   llie   reasons   for   the  continually   increasing  scarcity of salmon and cod in thc inland waters.  Canadian Bed Cross Society, through its|For "Imperial reasons" these and many other in-  i at Vancouver, is again making an appeal I'ringements    are    permissible  on   the.    part   of  apple growers ol" Ihe Province for a dona-.'Chinks in Canada,  whereas  if a   Canadian born  ' apples for the boys overseas.   Al least six , whiteman were lo do il he would he jailed forth-  carloads will bc required Ibis year  with.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  CHAS. HAWINS, C. C.  H. M. WALKER K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F..  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, Htc, address.   F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in 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  matte by the applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of the dfs-  tricl in which righls applied for are  situated.  Jn   surveyed   territory  the land  i must be described by sections, or  I legal sub-divisions of sections, aiid  i in   unsurveyed   territory  the  tract  applied for shall be staked oul by  Ihe applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royally shall be paid on lhe merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish Ihe Agent with sworn  relurns accounting for the full  (pianti'lv 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 rale of  $10 an acre.  F'or full information application  should be made to the Secretarv of  Ihe 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.-Unaulhorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  1  rA ������������������  -Thursday, August 30,1917  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  LAW OF LOVE OR FEAR?  Ed'tor The  Enderby  Press:  Dear Sir: Much is being written  on the correspondence pages of  the newspapers and magazines of  the country regarding Sunday  work in thc harvest fields, and I  know this article will create resentment in thc minds of many  who arc in thc habit of letting the  clergy interpret their bible for  them.  T want to ask all who read this  article and are sufficiently interested to care to judge fairly, to  read, not once but several times,  fhe third and fourth chapters of  Galatians. It is too long to be  quoted in full, but J wo'dd like to  call attention to a few verses:  "What then is the law? It was  added because of transgressions  until the seed should come to  whom the promise had been given.'  And again, in the 23rd verse of  the fourth chapter:  "But before faith came we were  kept in ward under the law, shut  up unto the faith which should  afterwards be revealed, so that the  law had been our tutor to bring us  to Christ that wc might be justified  by faith. But now that faith is  come we are no longer under a  tutor."  If you doubt what, law is here  referred to you will find it fully  explained in the last part of. the  chapter: it was the law given on  Mt. Sinai, or the Ten Commandments. In the first verse of the 5th  chapter it says: "With freedom did  Christ set us free; stand fast there:  fore and be not entangled again in  the yoke of bondage."  What does Christ say we shall be  4..,^,.judged by? Can you find any place  [||?/?^v'liere he says we shall be judged  [ij^Cybyyiihe law? Does he not say that  '^^r;Vjthe^ sentence pronounced on the  ff|V'fguYlty_ will be: "I was an hungered  li!$������������������^andsyc fed me not; I** was a stran-j  [|^������������������|rger/and ye took not me in; naked  and ye clothed me hot; in prison  and .ye visited me not!"  Christ never refused to do good  because it was Sunday. God has  made certain laws which govern  nature, and if we sit idle while a  . storm gathers and . refuse to be  ��������������������������� warned, and will not take in our  hay or harvest our grain because it  is Sunday, then we and not God  are icsponsible if we lose our.harvest. So many professing Christians live in the fear of Christ  rather than in "His Love, and in  consequence are obeying the letter  of fhe law through fear instead of  the spirit of the law which is Love.  To such I vwid sav. read the  13th chapter of First Corinthians,  and remember that in your treatment of your neighbor you arc fulfilling or rejecting the law of  Christ. % Be not only just, be generous. Ida Abbott,  Hupel, B. C.  FINISHING MARA SCHOOL  Considerable difficulty seems to  be experienced in getting a clean  sheet on the Mara school, erected  last fall and winter by Messrs.  Jones & Grant. The regulation  . hold-back was made by the Department of Works, and a long list  j of complaints were registered by  lhe Mara board of school trustees  against acceptance of the building  until the shortcomings complained  of were duly adjusted. Mr. Jones  came up from the coast a month or  morc ago, and made certain repairs, such as adjusting doors and  windows, etc., as is usually necessary. He was then accompanied  by a building inspector sent up by  the Department of Works, and reported to The Press that the work  then clone by him had put things in  acceptable order, and he returned  to the coast assured that all was  well. Since "his departure, and the  inspection then made, it would  seem' that further complaints have  been lodged with the Department,  for Mr. Wm. Owens, secretary of  the'school board reports receiving  from the Public Works Engineer,  Victoria,   the   following letter:  '"The Superintendent of Education notified me of your complaint  regarding the unsatisfactory completion of your school. On renoft  from a Government Inspector the  work done by Mr. Jones was not  considered sufficient to warrant  the Department accepting the  building. Mr. Jones was notified to  ���������������������������put the remaining items in order,  but hc cannot see his way to clo  this, so the Department is about to  get tenders to complete the work  in a satisfactory manner and  charge the aniount against the  holdback from contractor now retained by the Government. The  newspaper report was unauthorized and false and no doubt within  the course_of a few weeks, the  work will 'be completed to our  mutual satisfaction."  Mr. Jones has yet to be heard in  the matter."  -   <<^^^7I;,   ri  WHEA T_CONTE_ST  In the wheat growing contest  held this year under the auspices  of the Farmer's Institute, the first  prize was won by Mr. R. J. Coltart,  2nd, by Mr. Jas. Emeny, and 3rd by  Mr. Frank Hassard: The Judge's  score card shows:  ,R. J. Coltart, 91 points out of a  i possible 100���������������������������(1) Stand of Crop,  4 1-2; (2) Tvpe .vigor, uniformity,  9; (3) Absence of lodging, 5: (4)  Froedom from weeds, 22; (5) Freedom from rust, blight, insects, 10;  ((>) Freedom from other varieties  and other kinds of ������������������rain. 12: (7)  Proportion of well-filled heads, 9;  (8) Uniformitv of maturity. 10;  (9), General field conditions, 9 1-2;  total, 91. Blucstcm.  Jas. Emeny���������������������������(1) 4 1-4; (2) 8 1-2;  (3) 5; (4) 21; (5) 7: (0) 11;  (7) 8 1-2; (8) 10; (9), 9 1-4;  total, 84 1-2.   Blucstcm.  Frank Hassard���������������������������(1), 4 1-2; -(2)  8 1-2; (3) 4 1-2: (4), 12: (5) 10;  (6), 12: (7), 9; (8), 10; (9), 9 1-2;  total, 80. Pringlc's Grandee.  W. J. Fenton���������������������������(1)��������������������������� 3; (2), 7 1-2;  (3), 5; (fi), 13; (7), 7; (8), 10; (9)  8; total, 79 1-2.   Marquis.  Thos. Stapleton���������������������������(1), 3: (2),  7 1-2; (3), 5: (4), 12; (5), 9: (6),  10;-(7). 7 1-2: (8) 10; (9), 8 1-2;  total, 73 1-2.   Bluestem.  N. S. Landon���������������������������(1), 3; (2), 7;  (3), 5; (4), 12; (5), 10; (6) 11;  (7), 7; (8), 10; (9), 8; total, 73.  Bluestem.  Lambert & Wells���������������������������(1),3; (2), fi;  (3),5; (A), 13; (5), 9; (6), 10;  (7), 7 1-4; (8), 10; (9), 7; total,  70 1-4. Bluestem.  Thos. Skyrme���������������������������(1). 4 1-4; (2), 8;  (3), 4; (4), 5: (5). 10; (fi), 5; (7),  9: (8), 9; (9), 8; total, 62 1-4.  Bluestem.    Whv not take your Sunday dinner  at the King Edward?  THE TOREADOR''  (Contributed)  I've  a  secret in  my heart,  Sweet  Marie:  When you're walking in*a field just  "always see  That there's ne'e/ a bull in sight  To give you sudden fright,  With  a  moment scarce to get behind a tree.  It's   a ' worrying   time   you   'ken,  . Sweet Marie,  When   you   'think   your  time  has  come, but bide,a w;ee,    ]  For help is on the way no matter  . what thc day,'  So keep  dodging Mr. Bull behind  the tree.  Tho' you  find  you're  up  agin  it,  Sweet Marie,  And it's past your time for supper,  don't say d���������������������������;  Keep your eye upon the bull and  let him snort and pull:  You can fancy you're in Spain, not  Enderby.  ^^-CANADA'-S^HOME^PROBLEM^-  Apart from the indecenev of attempting to snatch party advantage  from the crisis which Canada  and thc whole Empire is facing,  it must be rcniembcrcd that an  election will bring about, grave  confusion and neglect of the vital  affairs of Canada and the Empire.  The. problems arising out of Canada's participation in the war arc  enough to keep our ministers absorbed in work. If they prove  recreant to that trust���������������������������if they say  that thc business of Canada and of  thc Empire can go hang while they  neglect their duties and stump the  country, stirring up political strife  and hatred���������������������������then they deserve the  fate that would fall to a .soldier  who failed his country in the hour  of need.���������������������������Montreal Herald. April  22, 1915.  If any butter maker makes  "butter she's proud of, and lias  good reason to be, it's good business for her to let the world  know about it and where it came  from. Nicely printed butter paper���������������������������real parchment���������������������������and printed with an alkali ink that won't  run or look greasy, 'will do it.  The Walker Press can furnish  the finest vegetable parchment,  the best ink, that won't run, and  the finest quality of printing. If  you can furnish the finest butter,  you'll have a winning combination.  Buy perishable food, but don't  waste it  Save Food Supply  If you can't be fighter, don't  be a waster.  Veal has been barred from the  tables of hotels in the United  States.  The American corn crop is reported favorable from a majoriy  of the big surplus producing  states.  The British people, in the army  and out, need our entire surplus.  They need more���������������������������they need part  of .what we consume.  "Economy puddings" and  "economy meat pies" are the  latest forms in which food is  served in fashionable households.  Plain foods are growing into  favor again the world over since  i the war.  I Ontario this year will have the  biggest "oat-crop in the history  of the province, according to.Dr.  A. C. Creelman, Commissioner of  Agriculture for that province.  "We will have" 125,000,000 bushels as compared to the average  crop of 100,000,000."  The food controller is lending  his help to the farm labor situation in Ontario where it is acute.  Representatives of the large !n  industries met in Toronto and  considered ways and means of  relessing men from their regular  work to help with the harvest.  ��������������������������� "In the conserving of foods,"  said Mr. Pratt.' 'the careful serving of bread is very necessary.  Three slices of bread from the  loaves at present supplied, with  one pat of butter, are ample for  an order. Deep pies with one  crust only, either meat or fruit,  should be used in preference to  pies with top and bottom crust.  Open fruit or jam tarts also  should be used."  In 1915 and 1936, Manitoba  lakes produced 48,000,000"pounds  of fish,75 p.c. which was exported to , the United States. For  9,000,000. pounds ' oi .whitefish,  the . fishernieri recieved * on the  average 5 cents a pound. In  some Canadian cities Manitoba  whitefish . sells at; 15 cents a  pound or more. The food controller of Canada is arranging  to reduce the wide margin between fishermen and consum-  er?.  Mr. W. Pratt, general superintendent of the sleeping and dining car department of the C.P.R.  has issued instructions- that no  young meats as early spring lamb,  veal, young chickens, or squabs  will be supplied. French roast  must not be -used 3very day.  Cold meats must be used up in  some form without waste. Fish  isto.beserved freely accordingto  the kind most plentiful in the  sections operated. Butter and  lard must be avoided as much as  possible in cooking.  Sour milk and cream is to be  utilized, and every scrap of  cheese. The silver cream pitchers are being removed from  dining cars, and individual cream  jugs substituted.-  Copenhagen  Chewing  &'  IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW  ��������������������������� ���������������������������+^������������������r"A  m~MM.::ir  It is manufactured  tobacco in its purest  form.  It has a pleasing  flavor.  It is tobacco scientifically prepared  for man's use.  When  in Doiibt  use your  'phone  It takes but a moment to get in  touch; a word or two���������������������������and the  doubt is removed. The convenience of it, and the pleasure of  always being able to know at a  . moment's call, is worth many  times the cost of having a 'phone  installed. ^  , For the farmer,  the telephone  is invaluable.   Think of the time  it would save, as well as. the con-.,  ��������������������������� veriience of always being inTouch  ... with the market. ���������������������������... ��������������������������� i,:Ag^,-  . Drop us a line, if you are  not on our * system, and let  us take up the 'phone proposition with you.  "-V.  -j -V  "Can you tell me of my wife's  whereabouts?" asked the husband  of the housemaid. Bridget hesitated a moment and then replied:  "Foith, sir, I believe they are in  the wash."  "It is worth  more than it  costs."  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OstrifM.* l������������������* bt II  w   UrC.14.  smmm  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Ball Programmes  Butter Wrappers  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes  Price Lists  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Invitations  Visiting Cards  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.  THE  WALKER   PRESS  Renew for The /Press, $2 per year THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, August 30,191/  UNION   GOVERNMENT  So far "a's the general public has  been informed, there has nol been  ���������������������������much headway this week in the  .mailer of a union government. The  Montreal Gazette states thai "aflcr  agreeing to all Sir Robert Borden's   proposals,   tlie  western   Lib-  IMPORTANT   GAINS  The Manchester Guardian, point  ing out the importance of tlie pres  ent French success-at Verdun, says j  that   "an   advance   of   thc   French |  from  the  Mouse  would   have  pre-!  cisely the same ell'eel on  the Yer-j  dun  position  in France as a reoc-|  cupation of thc coast of Flanders  by the British.    Il would force the  evacuation   of  all   France  wesl  of  the Meuse and would split up lhe  war    into    two   ���������������������������campaigns.     The  British in Belgium and lhe French  on  Ihe-Mouse.--Petain has no such  object in view now.    Me i.s aiming  not lo break through, but to secure  a series of jumping-off piaccs  for  the campaign  next year, when the  American    troops   arrive   and   the  Germans  are  at   lhe   top' of  their  strain.    The success of the French  shows lhat even now lhc Germans  are reduced to the defensive in the  West,  and  the  campaign   in  Flanders is about all they can manage.  Thc net results of the French opev-  erar leaders would now dictate lheVtions throughout the week at Ver-  leadership of the new party.   Stichi.dl,������������������V"'e,.on.the wesl of the Mouse,  MONTH-END SPECIALS AND  SCHOOL OPENING REQUIREMENTS  be   enter-  to bring the French up to.the north  a   proposition   will   not    ���������������������������*,   v.m.1.1-.  taincd for a momont bv the mem-!sillc of lhc Fo,=cs Brook' and on  hers of thc present cabinet or the -ihc easl to move lhc lincs forward  Conservative oartv in parliament.;10 whcre lhc-v weru on llie seC0lul  To the proposed union government : of  thosc  disastrous  first  five days  BEST HOSE FOB SCHOOL CHILDREN-���������������������������We ask no advance in  Children's Hose, and slill have  the best on thc market; fast dyes,  heavy ribbed;  ���������������������������rices  25c*35c  WHITE   ELANNELETTE���������������������������25c.  For  19c  Why wait until later and pay so  much ' more..' This is "just a  month-end Special to purchase  a splendid soft, fleecy flannelette  30-in. wide.  GREY BLANKETS-  -$5.50 for  3.  90  the Conservative party would  bring 75 per cent of its strength,  both in the parliament and in the  country. The offer made by Sir  Robert Borden to the Liberal minority was equal representation in  the cabinet. There never was any  question of leadership, as it was  well known that no other man bul  the present prime minister could  carry thc Conservative party into  a union government on such a  basis. The prime minister is willing to make any sacrifice to consummate the union of the war  parties-and thus guarantee an aggressive war policy until victory is  accomplished, but his retirement  would, as far as the Conservative  parly i.s concerned, defeat .the very  object for which he has worked so  sincerely and with such patience."  Coast Canners Hard Hit  the Gorman offensive in 1916. At  ; no point now are they more than  a mile behind where the offensive  started. Thc French operations  have bcen brilliant, and whal has  been done here can be done at  othcr points."  On the Brilish week tlie expert  says: "The military results of the  capture of Lens will not be so great  now as they would have becn in  April, when they might have  turned north of the Drocourt  switch line, bul il is a considerable  town and if the recovery of il can  bc ell'ected without too heavy a  loss in men it would be a blow to  the Germans." The present operations, this expert says, may in turn  be preliminary lo a nr-w campaign  next year, when, if we are V* :is>ve-  ly supreme in llie air, She end of  the war may be in sight. The old  'formula of winning by allriiio.i is  dead. The vicluiy will go lo lift1'  side which knows besl h-.w lo savo  life. This is th������������������ new v-it of victory.  ���������������������������18 pairs of a Grey Wool Blanket;  A templing offer of a clearing  line purchased from the mill.  Large size, and full G-lb in  weight.  ;PL.'\rOS FOR CHILDREN'S WEAR  & ���������������������������0 entirely new Tartan designs  i. dress goods. "Most suitable for  early Fall wear and dependable  'or  hard   wear.      ^^ ^^ _  c  SCRIMS���������������������������In colored borders, also  hcmmed-stilched borders. Big  range of patterns to choose from.  Width 30-in; good value al 35c  per yard. -|Q  Month-end  Special, yd.      XyC  27 YARDS ONLY of this beautiful  Bungalow   Net;  and 45-in wide.  Month-end   Special;  yd  cream   in   color  Sold for 50c yd.  19c  I.lb. No. 2. H. B. Tea ......50c*  2 pkt. Seeded Raisins  ....25c  Value  SPECIAL   for  75c  63c  2 Pts. Corn Starch ..... ...30c  2 Pkt. Laundrv Starch ....3,0c  1 lb. Seal Brand Coffee....50c  Value  SPECIAL  for  $1.10  95c  Double  width.  Month-end   Special  29  CHILDREN'S PULLOVER SWEATERS���������������������������Made of a strong wool  worsted yarn. It fastens at the  neck and shoulders; colors, saxe,  brown, white and navy; 1 to 7  vears.  BOYS' SUITS ��������������������������� We have just  opened up a large shipment of  Boy's Suits direct from New  York. The styles are the very  newest and the materials arc just  right for hard school wear, and  they are priced considerably  lower than present values.  Prices  7.50  12.50  SCHOOL TOGGERY FOR BOYS���������������������������  Our 'boy's*'department is well  stocked with all the requirements for school wear, ancl parents can save their money by  making purchases in this department. Our Eastern buyers secure large quantities at special  prices from the makers, which  place us in a position to sell at  less than regular prices.  1.15 to 1.50  BEAUTIFUL WAISTS FOR EARLY  FALL���������������������������Georgette and Crepe de  Chcnc Waists1 in the newest  styles, featuring thc large colors  and novelty cuffs; colors, white,  flesh, rose and maise.  S.^lO00  (Tlif Hudson's Bay (fi  INCORPORATED 1670  CANADIAN FISHERIES  Canners on fhe FYascr river arc  facing tho most critical period iu  their history. So acute has the situation become, with the big increase   in   the   price   of   materials    and   equipment,  and   the  complete:  failure of the season of 1917.wluYh : ��������������������������� l predict a wouderful future  was looked forward to as the "big ^Y the fisheries said Maior  vear," lhat some of the larger, ^ Hughie! Green, Officer m charge  iong-established canners are ,seri- Oi the fish supp.ies for overseas  ouslv    considering   the    complete Canadian army, and the imperial  closure of their plants next vear.     >ard  fof    tl'fle;        If   the   ���������������������������r   !      "��������������������������� , were   to   end    to-morrow,    the  : British   fish    trade   would not  NO MORE CANADIAN BACON  "Even Canadians"  German, papers .arriving in  The British food controller has  notified the Canadian packers  that no more Canadian bacon or  hogs will be bought by the  British Government. While the  loss to the Dominion from a  broad commercial point of view  will effect the country's trade to  only a small percentage, the  effect on the packing industry  will be serious.  The Willam Davis Company  last year shipped 67,791,000  pounds of bacon to England, and  the exports of other Canadian  companies   are   understood   to  |be re-organized for at least five  ^6 brought the total up to near  Lon- ^ars.   The   Canadian   fisheries j��������������������������� ooT, nnn noo S^���������������������������aS ������������������������������������������������������-tv,rt,v  ..ly.. 9.011,000,000. .pounds ...without.  don. through their military corres-; should produce 100.000,000 dollars reference to   exports   of other  pondunls, describe England's "piti- annually instead of the 24,OOu,000 pork products.  as a'dollars produced to-day." !    "It should  mean much lower  ful win on a small fronl  heavy defeat. They say General  llaig has still much more to learn  before ho can play the war game  successfully againsl the German  loaders, for al present ho has discovered lhal "even his Canadian"  are nol the equalsVol' "the German"  soldiers.  HERBERTE.6UBB1D6E STMES COMMISSIONER  VERNON, B. C.  AUCTION SALE  OF  Grade Shropshire  _  _      Breeding Ewes  and about 10 Registered Rams and Ram Lambs  350  350  I have been favored with instructions from MESSRS.  PICKERING & FLETCHER of Rullands (whose lease expires  this Fall) lo sell by Public Auc tion at the  FAIR GROUNDS, VERNON  FRIDAY, SEPT. 14th, 1917  At 1.30 p.m., sharp.  It  'prices   in  Canada,"  declared^  apple wholesale dealer,  who is not in  i  MUST STATE TERMS  (ilHI. WANTED, I'or general housework. No washing: Iwo in family. Apply, Mrs. (1. P. Myan,  Sicamous St., Enderby.  is   estimated   lhat   lhe  crop  of  the  state  of  Washington sympathy' with the  high  prices  will reach Ki.OOfl carloads.    Of lhis   now prevailing,  total   the   Yakima-iWemalchet'   dislrict   will   furnish   1").000  cars and  The Via la nee   Will   be   dividcTV between   Walla   Walla   and   Spokane  districts.     In    Oregon,    the   Hood  River   crop   is   estimated   al    I,'200  Cars an  the  Hoguc  lliver Valley  i.s  expected   lo   produce   1 .">()()  cars.  Our  xplains  For  sale  why Kootenay Ranges stay good as  new, long after other ranges have worn  out; hew the asbestos joints prevent  leakage cf air or drafts; how the alum-  inized flues prevent rust; and why  they require less fuel than other ranges.  Ask our dealer or write for booklet.  WQmfe  TEMAY RANGE  TORONTO      MONTREAL      WINNIPEG      VANCOUVER  ST. JOHN, N.B.      HAMILTON      CALGARY 10  SASKATOON      EDMONTON  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  LONDON  The reply by thc United States  Government to Pope Benedict's  peace proposal has gone forward.  It is understood it will be transmitted through the British foreign office through which the  Pope's communication came.  In the best-informed quarters  it is believed that the reply, while  responding to the Pontiff's  proposal with the delicacy and  respect which the latter commands, does not findthat there  is any ground on which to proceed to a decision of peace in the  absence of an announcement by  Germany as to her terms.  The Apaches went on the war  path in Arizona this month. Col.  Lowery i.s authority for thc statement lhal this outbreak was not  plotted by lhe Germans.  MAT HASSEN  Auctioneer  and   Live  Slock   Salesman  50 Splendid Grade Shropshire���������������������������February ancl  March���������������������������Ewe  Lambs (fit to breed this Fall.)  300 Choice Ewes 1 to 3 shear, and about 10 Registered Rams  and Ram lambs.  This is a select band oi* show Sheep, clean and. free from  disease, and will satisfy the eye of the keenest sheepman.  For the convenience ol" the farmer wanting a few of these  money-makers, the entire band  will be put up in lots of 5 and  10 head.   Don't fail to attend J_lie_salevjisJhis_is_a.rare_opi)^  tunity that should be grasped by the farmers.  Terms, Cash a I time of sale  Auctioneer  MAT HASSEN  Armstrong, B.C.  Earm Sales my specialty.    See me  about   vour   sales  Armstrong  B. C.  APRICOTS  Are going to be scarce.     Leave your  orders now to secure good fruit  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings and Groceries  KINDLY LEAVE YOUR ORDERS EARLY FOR���������������������������  Peaches, Grapes, Plums and Pears  We carry everything you require for  preserving.  Don't  forget "Heinlz White Wine Vinegar" is what you require for  pickling.   Wre carry it in bulk.  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  TEECE & SON,  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby

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