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Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly 1917-08-16

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 <K A-JLCM���������������������������AlKfSJr<U#aS*lKJVtB**HK*l VlNnCTW ���������������������������  It  E6derby, B. C, August 16, 1917  AND      WALKERS       WEEKLY  Vol. 10; No.i'5: Whole No. 477  NEWS AND VIEWS  Miss Elsie.Arlund left last week  for High River, Alta.  Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Speers returned  from the coast this week.  Mr. and Airs. L. C. Grieve spent  thc week-end at Alalakwa.  Mrs. Lawson Stroulger and family arc visiting in Victoria.  ' Alls. J. F. Fravel left last week  on   an   extcndcl   visit  to  Buffalo,  N.Y.  Airs. Hezekiah Elliott spent the  week-end with her daughter at  Vernon.  Air. T. Pound left on Alonday for  Vancouver, where he expects to  remain some time.  Aliss Jean Poison is spending a  week or tea days camping with  friends at Long Lake.  Aliss   Freda   Walker-Hughes   ar-  ��������������������������� rived on  Friday  from Victoria  to  visit Enderby friends.  Eleven- autos   arrived   at   Alabel  Lake  on    Sunday,    carrying   their-  loads   of   tired   humanity   seeking  relaxation on  fhe sands of Lcigh-  Von Beach. .  Air. and Airs. A. 'C. Skaling leave  today for the coast. Air. Ska.ling  will bc away a week, while Airs.  Skaling expects to spend a month  with her parents.  Alany   Enderbyites   arc   contemplating    taking   advantage   of  the  ��������������������������� cheap fare to Vancouver, commencing Friday, the 17th, and visit thc  Provincial Exhibition.  Late rains in the wheat provinces have greatly benefitted the  crops the past week, ancl the yield  is now estimated at from 15 to 20  bushels to the acre.  The directors of the Armstrong  fall fair will have the prize list out  ready for circulation by fhe end of  next week. The fair will be held  on September 20-21-22.  Owing to thc absence of many  ^members^the^next^meeting-ofMhe  "Women's Club will not take place  until the third Saturday in September, of which further notice will  be given.  Dr. Jean I. Dow, medical missionary from Honan, China, will  address the morning congregation  in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday nexlj.Aug. 19lh. There will be  no evening service.  By a proclamation issued by the  Superintendent of Education, the  summer holidays have been extended onc week. Schools will in  consequence reopen on Tuesday,  September 4 th, fhe day after  Labor Day.  Air. 0. Sowden, who for three  years has been night engineer at  the Okanagan Saw Alills, left on  Friday for Vancouver. Airs. Sowden and children will remain in  Enderby until Air. Sowden is settled at thc coast.  Air. G. Ukida, Japanese consul,  at Vancouver, visited Enderby on  a trip through the Okanagan last  Saturday. He was shown about the  district by auto,, and expressed  much pleasure at seeing the excellent condition of the field crops.  Air. W. J. 'Farmer, postmaster,  merchant and magistrate, of Castle-  gar, B." C, visited his son ancl  daughter, Air. ancl Airs. Percy Farmer, the past week, and was much  impressed by the natural beauty of  Enderby. and surrounding district.  The- Okanagan  Saw  Alills,   Ltd., READY MARKET FOR PRODUCE  the mill and yard up to the highest  has laken over the lumber yard of  mark.    This   week   Alanager Lewis  R. Carswell, Vernon, and is putting! Mr.- J. E. Crr.r.o this week com-1 let a contract for five million feet  in slock at that point a full line of plelecl arrangements with ihe j 0j: logs to be cut oil* of a new limit  building material. It is thc intention, also, to carry a full supply of  coal and cord' wood. ' Mr. G. E.  Malcolm-will manage the business  for tlie company at Vernon.  Air. G. N. Barnes, minister of  pensions, has becn appointed as  labor member in the war cabinet,  to replace Air. Arthur Undersoil,  who was asked to resign by Hon.  Lloyd-George as the' result of his  action in favoring sending of dele-  evaporator company al Armstrong j just purchased on tho Shuswap.  whereby Air. Crane has becn made. This timber is said to bc of a very  sole buying agent for the company j superior quality. Messrs. Stevens  for the Enclerby-Grindrod-Mara |& Faulkner are also running a  district. ��������������������������� The company is pre-��������������������������� camp on the King Fisher limit, and  pared to buy all the potatoes, car-  will   continue   logging   throughout  rots ancl onions that can be obtained. The highest market price  will be paid. Potatoes are now  selling at $40 a ton at the evaporator. As this price is for field-  run, though, of course, good quality, it should afford an excellent  opportunity for anyone having any  the fall and winler,  gates to the Stockholm peace conference.  A   large    audience    greeted   the  Swiss  Bell   Ringers    at  the Opera  House last Saturday evening,  and  the show, if anvthing, exceeded ex-!"!'.1 . ,.  if i-iV ���������������������������������������������!    ���������������������������    i  r- i u     ii    able on   celivcn,  pectations. lhe Alusical Eckhardts*      l L,   . "*,      .,,.,.  u       ,        ... .   r ,       i that the;evapora'.r will, this year re-:  have been this way before, and onj     .     . '    .'  .      .  each  occasion  they  have  given  a  performance that pleased.    But on  lhis  occasion  they  excelled  them-  Preparing for Agricultural Course  Mr. J. W. Gibson, superintendent of the agricultural branch of  thc Department of Education, of  Victoria, visited Enderby this, week  to take up the matter of supplies  of these vegetables ready for ship- IO iaKe UP ine niauci OI supplies  ment. No quantity is too large or wilh thc Board of Scll������������������o1 T���������������������������stees  too small for Mr. Crane to handle, for .the establishment of the agri-  ancl the cash is immediately avail-! cultural course in the public  It is cslimated sch������������������������������������l- I"'c was accompanied by  . :Mr. Britton, who will have charge  .quire hundreds of tons of potatoes'of lhc work ,1C1'C and al Armslrong.  ,if they are to produce thc quantity Ml;-   Gibson   was    greatly    pleased  of   evaporated  of it  product    expected wilh the. facilities which.arc available here, and  pointed out to the  LUMBER IN DEMAND  school board thatlhey would bc required \to supply very little to get  the work going, except a few.inexpensive tables for dcmonstiation  selves.    Their burlesque was clean  and   catchy,   and   each  vocal   and |  instrumental   number  won   hearty1  applause.   .       -   ' - |    In spite'of the fact that the har  Airs. George Cran, who- toured vest in thc wheat provinces will bc work.  Canada.lecturing for thc Dominion considerably lessthai},.,was hoped, ..Everything-..will, be jn readiness  Government two years ago, recent- for a month or two. ago, and the for the work to-begin ' with the  ly purchased the Three Pine ranch,[yield per acre will be below expec-. opening of the'school.. It is pro-  form erly owned by Aliss Francis ,'tations, there is a feeling of bony-'posed to hold night sessions during  and Aliss Scott-Elliott, at. Aloiint jancy in building circles. Orders the winter months, open to Vill  Ida. Her sister is now on the place, j for lumber'* continue to come in to young men ancl women interested  but it is understood to be the in-, the Okanagan Saw Alills, and the in learning more about the practi-  tention of Airs. Cran to take up her 'company   is    filling   them   to   the eal end of farming.  residence there at the close of the limit of its capacity.    The outlook} : :   war, when she hopes to bring to for an increased demand h^cr in, The Trench Comfort Club will hold a  that fovored section other women the summer and fall is also good,! meeting at the home of Mm. Speers on  who are desirous of entering upon and Alanager Lev/is is exerting Friday, Aug. 17. to arrange for sending  the life out-of-doors. I every effort "to bring the output of boxes again to our boys. .  Men and Things as Seen Thro' Hank Reklaw's Periscope  j  The transition oi"  thc world order, to deceive ihe enemy as .American  allies   was  summar-  1'roin  one form of idolatry lo 1������������������ what'the people of England :ized  as  follows:   "Train   your  nnnHiPT jamming .mni^rnp.^  , i    <��������������������������� ii    t'lc deletion ol   thc name does menially slrong; tram them to  than most oi us are prepared to nol  ksscn   l])C  significance  of; think    for    themselves���������������������������make  For thc past year or | the   publication   of   the   stale-j them supermen, in llie modern  I   have   attempted in  a'ment.     The   slalemenl,   if   it1 sense���������������������������and   lhe  world  will  be  admit.  morc  limited way  to show  that  thc means anything, indicalcs  lhal,safe for Democracy."  best  way  to  make  thc  world what thc Allies have set oul to!    safe for Democracy was to'cxtcrmi\alc (militarism) has Thc change in thc head corn-  make Democracy safe for the, now been accepted���������������������������al least by numd of the Brilish navy, by  world. Tn so doing 1 have Ire-j England���������������������������as thc only way in" which Admiral' Bcally super-  quenlly pointed lo lhc failures, which lo make lhe world safe'  and disappointments of the: for Democracy or Democracy  present war resulting from var-l safe for the world. Thc As-  ious  causes  all   hinging  upon1 socialed    Press    correspondent  lack of organization and clli- sending thc message, says helling lhc navy. For some lime  ciency. Headers who preferred, was permilled. to visit a greal'it has been claimed by military  to emulate the ostrich andj training school as lhe guest of;writers lhal any operations on  sought to bury their heads in j the Foreign Ollice, and in so do-J ihe land would nol be able lo  cedes Admiral Jellicoc, is undoubtedly intended to mean a  change in  lhe policy of hand-  ENDERBY STILL HAS CHARMS  Thc many friends of Mr. F.  V.  Alolfet,   formerly   manager   of  the  Columbia Flouring Alills, were delighted to greet him on his visit of  a few days in Enderby.   Mr. Moffet  has always had a warm spot in his  heart   for   Enderby   and    its  surroundings,   and    this    regard   has  been  reciprocated!'   To Air. Aloffet  we owe the credit for our having  erected on the residential, property  of  the mill  company  the-commodious   concrete . home   which   will  stand for ages to beautify that particular quarter of the town.  . His  visit on this occasion was largely  one of pleasure, though while here  he visited the flouring mill in order  to   examine  thc  condition   of  the  machinery. - While Mr. Mbfl'et was  not   inclined   to  give  out  any information  relating to the possibility of thc mill being started again,  he said there was a possibility of  something being done on  a small,  scale  some  day   soon..    Speaking  generally of Enderby and district,  .he" said there was "still lbs "  it .that ever had _appcaledyto him,������������������  ancl he hoped, one day to sec itqne*  of  thc/inost   prosperous  cities" in'  favored ;Okanagan."He; was" pleased"  to see greater work* being done iri -  the  development  of   thc   farming  land   surrounding   thc   town.     He  was   morc    convinced    now   than���������������������������  ever  that   thc  real growth  of the  town   and   district   depends   more  upon    thc    development    of    the  farms than on any other industry.  Canadian Patriotic Fund  Okanagan  Saw  Mills  Ltd  5.00  F. S.  Stevens '.  2.50  T.   AL   Lewis'  2.50  P. G. Farmer  2.50  Gus   Schultz  1.00  C. C.  Fravel     LOO  Geo. Jones    1.00  Ed.  Gray     1.00  G. Griffiths    \  1.00  E. - Forrester.  ...._ _ 1.00_  the dust religiously provided lo  mislead, as frequently found  fault with us for speaking so  plainly. Others sincerely believed we should have becn interned. All of which has made  the path of duty very pleasant  in a small town where���������������������������but  what's the use?  After undergoing the pricks  from the fangs of haired so  long, it feels good to get thc  glimmer of light from another  source. A day or two ago in  the Vancouver Province a cable  was printed from "A Place in  England," which is thc most remarkable statement made since  thc war began. Just why thc  censor should delete thc name  of thc city from which the  cable was issued is beyond our  comprehension.      Perhaps    in British  would  imparl  to  their  ing obtained an insight to thejsave Ihe Allies from the ruin  remarkable change .brought! threatened by lhe submarine,  about in the Brilish viewpoint! unci Ihey have claimed lhal il  in the past three years. Not {was equally foolish to expect  only are lhcy pulling forth alL.salvalion from any purely dc-  their energy in further perfect-(Tensive measures on the sea.  ing Iheir fighting forces, bul arc Therefore, il was argued, unless  actually and earnestly devoting  themselves to the development  of their youth in a-mamier calculated lo ill them for any and  all eventualities which arise in  the ycars to come. They arc to  bc trained in the use of what  thc military authorities arc  pleased to call the "three B's"  ���������������������������the bullet, bayonet and the  bomb:   And in the handling of  some ellicient offensive plan is  undertaken and pushed aggressively, no scientific methods for  delecting submarines, no arrangements of nets to catch  submarines, no shields on ships,  no methods ol* elusion, hiding  or escape, can do any more  than to'make lhc sub warfare  more dillicull, and to delay its  final triumph.   II is believed the  these implements of defensive coming of Admiral Bcally into  warfare, the young men of supreme command will provide  Great Britain are lo be made the man capable of carrying lo  supermen.    The   message   the victory an aggressive offensive  F. Davics     1.00  J.   Nichols     1.00  J. A. Miller    50  A.  Black     2.00  E. Sparrow     LOO  Jas.  Evans    50  A.   Marshall     1.00  T.   Kneale     1.00  H   Lindrot    1.00  R.  B. Oldford     1.00  J.   I).  LaBoy     LOO  R. Vogcl    -,..  LOO  G. Johnson   ... ....... .... . LOO  W.  Hutchison  LOO  G. B. Robinson V  1.00  C.   Imanaka  LOO  Hindoos  3.50  Chinamen  4.00  $42.00  ANOTHER   BIG   PROGRAM  on water,  To-morrow night in thc Opera  Mouse Ihe second episode of "Thc  Voice on the Wire" will he shown  on the screen. A fair-sized audience greeted the opening of this  remarkable serial last Friday evening, and the film gave entire satisfaction, if one could judge from  the comments heard. In addition  to the "Voice on the Wire," and  the regular Universal feature films,  which are the, hest obtainable, lhe  Ford film showing a day with lhc  Kilties will he given. This film  shows the Canadian Scottish Kilties at work and at play, and also  the troops leaving for the front in  France.   Be sure to see them.  -������������������������������������������������������Vr|  ?&S0 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, August 16,1917  V'J  ���������������������������^T .  The transition of  man from one  form of idolatry to  another always  has eome through  an abnormal  craving for power  i  /t"\W;  Af*  <0  ItM  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   WA1.KKU  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first, insertion,  25e each sub.-e-  fiuent insertion.    Contract advertising, ?1 an inch.per month.  Published every  Thursday at   Enderby,  li. C. at $2   per year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. 1917  FEEDING Al SEED WHEAT TO HOGS  While it is not lhe purpose of The Press to  find I'aull wilh lhc farmer who grows a small  acreage of wheal, of the .first quality, and then  feeds il lo his chickens and hogs, we feel it is a  duly lo draw attention lo this practice and ask  Ihe Dominion Department ol' Agricullurc if lhis  i.s lhe besl system lhal can be evolved? So far as  lhe larmer is concerned, we believe he i.s doing  only lhal which anyone else would do. Mc  knows, in the matter ol* food value, it" is even  more economical to feed the best-grade wheat at  ���������������������������V .'...'tr. Ion lhan .il .is. lo  "chick" Avhei'il'aL half llu  passed by tlie Liberal convention at Winnipeg a  week ago, in which the Borden administration  was condemned in the most bitter political  fashion. "Because the Borden Government has  sought from the outset to make our national life  and death struggle the prerogative of one political party to the exclusion of one-half of the  Canadian people, and an instrument for selfish  political advantage rather than the triumph of  national ideals; because it has exhibited gross incompetence and inefficiency in face of national  peril; because il has substituted partisan selfishness for honor and fair dealing; because dissension lias overcome leadership in ils councils,  and disaffection has laken the place of firmness,  resolution, courage ..and ellicicncy in execution,  we condemn il as no longer entitled lo lhe confidence of lhe Canadian people."  Thc .resolution quoted above is grossly unfair. would claim that Premier Borden and his  ministry entered upon Ihis great world conflict,  and in a few.months' lime changed Canada from  a nalion of peace to one of war, wilhoul making  mistakes. Undoubtedly* Premier Borden knows  as well as anyone" what these mistakes were. He  knows he failed in some things. Bill as hc failed  so have the leaders of all belligcranl nations. The  mistakes of some have shown up more ugly lhan  those of others; bul aflcr all has been said, the  mistakes of Sir Robert Borden have been lhc  mistakes of an honest man sincerely trying*to do  the right thing. And lhc people of Canada know  tliis. We believe the people of Canada recognize  lhis; and, in spite of mistakes, wc believe lhcy  still have confidence*'ih lhe stability and soundness of Sir Robert's government. Thc slalemenl lhat lhc Borden administration is using lhc  power entrusted lo il as "an instrument*for selfish political advantage rather lhan the triumph  ol* national ideals," is nol based upon fact. It was  only a short time ago. when lhe plan of Sir Robert  Borden looking to llie organization of a coalition  government was turned down by Sir Wilfrid  Laurier. And at lhis., moment. Sir Robert .is.''persistently .trying lb. bring a national form of government'into power at Ottawa.  The people of ��������������������������� Canada know these facts. If  (here is. any "partisan selfishness" showing in the  fight now going on at Ottawa il certainly shows  ils fangs in .'lhc position taken by the Liberal  leaders. They are playing the game of politics  slrong. There could be no more conspicuous  evidence* of this lhan is shown in ��������������������������� Ihe resolution  passed by llie Liberal convention al Winnipeg.  "Dishonesty and deceit are the fundamental  characteristics of llie resolution," says the Winnipeg Telegram. The resolution is admtilcd lo bc  a . skillful political manoeuvre "though nobody  would ever think of describing il as honorable."  USE MOKE ABLK  ci-  in ea  day  when  restrictions  againsl   lhc  use  of  etc.. are coming inlo force, and thc demand  feed  frozen   wheat  or,"omcs lo one lo know what lo eat in order to gel  price or less.    There-i'he  mosl  food  value  wilh   llie  least   waste,  the  re.  from   his point  of view  ,i������������������.:. mjin ,���������������������������, ,���������������������������,,,;, ,��������������������������� >1V.���������������������������. lhe small whealj'iiind naturally lurns to milk ancl eggs. There  grower is I'ullv justified in feeding the besl grade.!are points about milk thai everyone should know.  *ul in lace ofthc general shortage, and lhe most! Evcrylhing needed by your body is contained in  msaiisi'aclorv   conditions   in   llie   Dominion,   it! milk.    And,  kept  under proper condilions and  1 <��������������������������� '���������������������������       ���������������������������    ' "��������������������������� ...ii -    ii :i���������������������������i   :���������������������������.jlv,,  i-w-,.,1-  st Range  The Kootenay has a nickeled steel,  rust-proof oven that is as easy to wash  and keep clean as any cooking utensil.  The ash-chute directs all the ashes  ���������������������������into the pan, which is roomy and large ;  enough to hold a two days* accumulation.   Write for booklet.  McCIaryfc  KOOTENAY RANGE  LONDON      TORONTO      MONTREAL      WINNIPEG      VANCOUVER  ST. JOHN. N.B.     HAMILTON      CALGARY 14  SASKATOON      EDMONTON  For sale  by  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  1  ���������������������������11  seems almost   criminal   for  lhe  (Iovernnienl   lo  permit this misuse of lhc best wheal  or inlelligenllv. the milch cow is the besl.  and   Ihe greatest  monev saver in   living  carcc  iiiiii   11:10   iiii.m.n,   vj    im.,   ik,)i    IHIV.1H. I       IC.sll.    ..  - ,,  We drew attention to lhis mailer last season, j costs thai lhe home can have.   Milk contains .'U>9  much ol" il Ihe'P01' CC1^ '"M^ -S7.17 per cenl waler. 3.02 per cent  was being senl-icusoin. --I.8S per cent sugar, ,5.'l per cent albumen,  and .71 per cent ash. It is the most complete  food I'or brain, and'muscle, the quickest  food lo give power, endurance and strength, and  will he found most beneficial if it is the chief  item on .your bill of fare. An authority says lhat  men ancl women who drink the mosl milk, and  showing how the local ������������������������������������������������������wheal  finest seed wheat obtainable,  lered lo Ihe chickens, at seed wheal prices, wilh  the supply short and feed wheal going begging  I'or buyers. AI lhal lime wc urged the (Iovernnienl'lo appoint a dislrict. agent to go over the  field and buy up lhe seed wheal al lhe rigid price,  and   supply,   or   arrange    lo    supply,   a   lower-grade  Mid   suppiv,   or   arrange     io     Mippn,   ;i    lowa-fjiiim;'  t^i^iTtmt-tTr-reTTlacirv lurv^  'rom llie district.   Nothing came of lhis sugges-i mosL aclivc m bolh brain and body.    Milk at,  io...    Wheal buvers, it  is  Irue,  went 'over'lhe I ?">'?21 r ccH[s a War[ l* s ,U T''C ccono������������������,l1.cs'1.{1n    ���������������������������   " ������������������������������������������������������-��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������    ilnnfl vnliip limn nlhof I nods.   One ouart ol milk  district I'or private milling companies, and lhe  wheal was laken over a I very low prices, compared wilh prices which have since followed.  Conditions this year are even worse than Ihey  were last. His reported lhal Manitoba's wheal  crop will go as low as f> bushels lo the acre, and  -the���������������������������a-verage for lhe lhree wheat provinces is put  at <S to 12 bushels. And seed wheat i.s certain to be  more scarce than ever. Undoubtedly lhere will  be much of the wheal crop, small as il is, of an  inferior quality; not good enough for the best  milling or I'or seeding, bul jusl thc thing I'or feed.  This being true, does il nol look serious I'or the  (iovernnienl lo sit by and allow our sevd wheal  lo be led lo farm slock, wilh an over-supply ol"  the lower grades lo he had from olher disiricts?  It i.s estimated on good authority lhal lhere  will be Ihiry lo forty carloads of lhis good quality  seed wheal obtainable in lhe Okanagan. It is now  being harvested. Unless immediate steps are  laken hy Ihe (Iovernnienl and a man pul inlo  lhe district lo gel a line, on il within lhe nexl few  weeks, il will be too late.   The crops will be har-  lo auenls of milium  food value lhan olher foods. One quart of milk  contains the food value of 8 eggs costing sav 25c.  ;}-;") pound of ham costing 21c, or 3-4 pound beefsteak costing 21c.  FIRST OF FOOD REGULATIONS  Are you going to do any  Building or Repairing  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Flob'r ng and Ceiling .������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������15.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding  15.00  Cull Boards-   ... 10.00  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 -0- 15.00  ORDER YOUR MILL WOOD NOW,  Green Blocks, $1.50 load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  Wc  stock all  sizes of the  new  Jf������������������ n       i# Sharpie's Suction-feed  Cream Sep  %  vllPTlAII  iiralo,'s>   nlu'   arc   s0'c   ngenls   for  J\ |][||]||||||  Enderby and district.    A postcard  wiil brin������������������ >'0L1 fu" information ancl  prices,  or  a   practical  demonstra-  f\ (\ t t'on of the machine on vour farm.  irpQm xPflQrfliflrrhisis,h������������������,a,csinndbestinscpa-  UlUulll    UbUUlUlUI   ral0,'"s iUKl sc,ls for 30 vw cent less  __ ���������������������������_ __   than, is charged the public for inferior machines.  Our motto always, the best goods at the lowest prices. ,,  Mail  orders  receive our prompt attention.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  King Edward"  A name that stands ior the best in hotel service  Enderby  King EdwardHotel, &3J?URPHY  vested and whal is nol sold  companies,   will   he  stored  farm slock.    II is up lo Ihe  culture to lake some action.  for  winter  fevd  I'or  Department of Agri-  GROSSLY UNFAIR  11" the Western Liberals had deliberately set out  lo do Ihe Ihing which could cause Iheir party the  most injury, and bring upon Ihem lhe disgust of  all men of fair mind, we doubt if Ihey could have  conceived    anything    so    crude    as    llu  j ,  Food Controller Manna has finally taken morel  < delimit'    action    in    the   matter    of    food    control.!  Undoubtedly  the restrictions passed on 'the use  of beef, bacon and white bread will be followed j  ihy others, which will finally bring Canada down  to a war basis in lhe mailer of food similar to  lhe rest of lhe warring nalions.   The new regulations   restrict   lhe   use   of   beef,   bacon   and   white  j bread  in  public eating places and  prohibit   the  use of wheal in  the distillation or manufacture  of alcohol.    The serving of bacon  and beef is  prohibited on Tuesday and Friday, and at more  than one  meal on any other day.    Substitutes,  I such as corn bread, potatoes, etc., must be pro-  ; vided at every meal at which while bread i.s served.  !     Heavy penalties are provided under the order  for violation of the regulations.    In thc case of  public eating plaees, lhe proprietor or manager,  and any clerk, employee or servant, violating any  !of lhe said regulations, shall be guilty of an of-  ; Cense, and shall be liable lo a penally nol exceed-  jing $100 and not less lhan $2n, and for each sub-  j sequent offense lo a penalty nol exceeding $500  land noL less than -$100, or lo imprisonment I'or  y.u.\ term not exceeding three months, or !o bolh  line and impiisonmenl.  You won't need the meat axe on any  of our steaks. They are tender and  juicy and the finest flavor.  GEO. R.SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  SECRET SOCIETIES  J. C. METCALFE  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby LodRe No. 40  RcKulur meetings fust  Thursday on or after thc  full moon nt H p. m. in Oddfellows Hull. Visiting  brethren cordially  invited  C. H. RISEVES  Secretary  Those Russian   friends always seem to pull off their  resolution ��������������������������� drives on  a kite shaped   track.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday uvenini;  in K. of P. Hull.    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  unUiyiaininents.    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 Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan ancl  Alberla,, the .Yukon. Territory.^t.he.  "Northwest Territories and a porliun  of the Province of British Columbia,  may bc leased for a lerm of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 25G0 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 di*s-  tricl in which rights applied for are  situated.  _:._In__sur���������������������������vcycd lerrilory the land  musl be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, ahd  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be slaked oul by  the applicant himself.  Each application must bc accompanied by a fee of So which will bo  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, bul not otherwise.  A royally shall be paid on lhe merchantable output ol" thc mine at the  rate of five con I.s per Ion.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish the Agent wilh sworn  relurns accounting for the full  quanliiy of merchantable coal  mined and pay thc royally thereon.  If the coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should bc  furnished al Ieasl once a year.  The lease will include Ihe coal  mining righls only, but the lessee  may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface righls as may  he considered necessary for the  working of thc mine, at lhe rale of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should bc made to Ihe Secretary of  thc Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  YV. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Tnlcivor.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575, Thursday, August 16,1917  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  MORE NEED OF SHIPS  A SWARM OF B's  There does not seem to be any check in theJB hopeful, B cheerful,.B happy, B kind,  ravages of the submarine.    The'daily toll runsJB busy of body, B modest of mind,  from three to four "over 1600-ton ships."    As a 'B.earnest, B truthful, B firm, and B fair,  result of the popular demand for a change in the Of all mis B havior B sure to B ware,  administrative head of the British admiralty, the'B think ere you stumble, of what may B fall;  appointment of Sir Rosslyn Wemyss second seajB true to yourself, and B faithful to all.  lord, has eliminated Admiral Jellicoc from con-*'lB brave and 13 ware of the sins that B set;  trol of thc British naval forces on the sea.     Com-'B sure that one sin will another B get.  menting on this change thc London Daily Mail B just and B generous, 13 honest, B wise,  -.   calls it "an obviously procrastinating half meas-B mindful of time, and B certain it Hies.  lire," and asserts that it has been brought about B prudent, B iberal, of order 13 fond,  only by "continued depredations of submarines B ������������������>' 'ess than you need 13 fore 13 uying B  aiul as the result of public anxiety."   "From the H careful, but yet B the first to B stow;  moment America  came into  jhe  war,"  it  pro-[Al temperate, B steadfast, to anger B slow;  ceeds, "it was clear that onc of her most valuable B thoughtful, 13 thankful, whate'er may 13 tide  conlributions would bc ships.    It is because of B just and B joyful, 13 cleanly 13 side,  lhe shortage of vessels for transporting Ameri- B pleasant, 13 patient, B gentle to'all,  ca's troops  lo Europe that Germany a fleets'lo B best if you can, B humble withal:  despise her utmost efforts.   Ships, Und yet more  ships,  yond  arc essential if the ravages of submarine  warfare arc to bc offset, and if Britain and her  allies are to bc effectively supplied with foodstuffs and raw material from the boundless store  of America's resources.  . "It was, therefore, to the problem of shipbuilding that the United States gave its first attention. Mr. Hurley is grappling with his task  with comprehensive energy, and it is obviously in  thc British interest that hc should be assisted in  every possible way. But on thc very threshold of  his work, our New York correspondent tells us,  he is confronted by thc obstacle created by thc  misleading and designedly secretive character of  the admiralty's weekly statement of tonnage  losses. It handicaps/Mr. Hurley in his endeavors  to speed up construction.    It prevents him from  13 prompt and B dutiful, still 13 polite,  B reverent, B quiet, B sure and B right;  13 calm, B retiring, 13 ne'er led astray,  13 grateful, 13 cautious of those who 13 tray;  13 tender, B loving, B good and B nign,  B loved shall thou B, and all shall B thine.  GREEN FIELDS  Mr. F. V. Moffet, formerly interested as manager of the Enderby Flouring Mills, was in the  Valley thc past week investigating the business  outlook and sizing up conditions generally. Mr.  Moffet has been in close touch with general  market and labor conditions at thc coast for the  past few years, and knows what hc is talking  about when hc says that, while Enderby  t    . _   may  explaining'to the American people and to thcl,lave some reason to complain oi" general busi  workmen on whose skill and labor so much de  pends, how serious thc situation is. Hc is to deal  in generalities that hide the truth and conceal the  dangers. He canihiot lay before those whose enthusiasm he wishes to arouse, the plain facts of  the shipping situation.  "Thc British people hate being treated like  fools and children. The American people hate it  even more. To get thc most out of them, as out  of our own people, it is necessary to tell the facls^  Then, like ourselves, they will achieve impossibilities.  ' "Such an admirality as the nation wants would  answer the American appeal for lhe publication  of Ihe tonnage sunk by submarines in a proper  way. 11'would not bc afraid lo reveal thc facts.  The present Brilish admiralty returns seem to he.  "chiefly" design* d to throw dust in our eyes. They  do not deceive Ihe Germans, but they do mislead  lhc British nation and its allies;"  ncss conditions, slill there are advantages here  which fully compensate for what is lacking in  othcr directions. Hc says that most laboring men  who go from Enderby to "green fields far away,"  will find that the fields arc no morc green lhan  those at home. No mailer where onc goes, he  says, there will bc found discontent and trials  which have to be borne.  The death of Sir Richard McBride rembves from  public life one of the most conspicuous and best-  beloved of British ' Columbia's native . sons. No  man had a deeper' interest in the welfare of the  Province than Sir Richard, and as its Premier for  a number of years he exerted an influence for good  that will stand time's severest test.  SECOND ALFALFA CROP  The alfalfa men in thc Enderby district arc "in  clover" this season. They harvested the record  first cut crop sonic weeks ago, and arc now cutting the second crop, Weather conditions have  been perfect for.the secoiubgrowth, and conditions are most favorable for thc harvesting. Not  only will this year's crop be thc recorld for yield  but also for quality. The hay leaving Enderby is  all Al quality and brings lhe highest price.  While this is true of alfalfa, it. is, also true of  the* wheat crop now being harvested. It is estimated that the yield will be from 60 to 70 bushels  to the.acre on such ranches as thc Stepney, thc  Hassard, and those adjoining. While there has  been some dilliculty experienced in gelling men  to handle lhe crops, thc favorable weather conditions have fully made up for the labor shortage.  If I Were Teacher  If I was only teacher,  And she was only me,  I guess I'd have a good time;  And then I guess she'd see!  I'd keep her in at recess,  And make her write and write  The way she kept me in the day  That I was impolite.  I'd make her sit up very straight,  ���������������������������And-never-let-her-f rown-;   I'd say, "Don't lean that way,  my dear,  Your    shoulders    will   grow  round."  And when she turned and whispered  Just a tiny little word,  I'd say, "Why, May, you're talking,  I'm sure 'twas you I heard."  And   my!   I'd have the nicest  time;  I'd say, "Now, girls and boys,  Just get your lessons every one,  And don't make any noise."  And then I'd take my story-book-  That funny "Emma Lou"-  And while the children studied,  I'd read it fhru and thru.  But when I think about it,  It would not seem quite right  To keep my teacher in,  because  She's never impolite.  And I could never say,  "Sit up,  You'll   get   your    shoulders  round,"  Because   I   never   look at her  When she is stooping down.  And I'm not sure the children  Would study all the day,  If I just read my story book,  And then went to play.  I've thought the matter over,  And I guess we all agree:  It's as well I'm not the  teacher,  And the teacher is not me.  ���������������������������Mary B. Pusey.  The Mirror's Philosophy.  A mirror met, by chance, a  window pane.  ' 'Good friend,'' the latter begged,  "can you explain  Why our good mistress lavishes  on you  Such loving care and such devotion true,  While I, tho ever eager for a  chance  -To-=-ser-ve,=-am--seldonwfavored-  with a glance?"  "The reason, gossip, is not far to  seek,"  Replied the mirror as he rose to  speak;  "Thru you each day her neighbor's charms are shown;  I, wiser, tell of nothing but her  V own."  The Pathway to   Success  There are men who inquire the  way to Success and how long it  will take to get there, as though  England's Mortality Rate  The movement for the conservation of child life is making  great headway in England,  which has been brought face to  face with the value of the young  by the terrible mortality of the  war. Among the statistics that  have been compiled on the subject, it has been discovered that  out of every 1,000 babies con-  -ceiyed,-250-die=before-=-birth.=-In  1915 nine soldiers died every  hour, but twelve babies died in  the same space of time. Ten per  cent of all children entering elementary schools are physically  unfit, and approximately 1,000,-  000 men have been rejected by  the Army because they were  physically unfit.  There was to be a circus in  town next day, and Robert wished to go to see it unload; so he  vsought to obtain his father's consent. The first question his  father   put   to    him on being  Canada's Boys Off to the Front  The King's Own Scottish Borderers couldn't have looked finer  than Canada's newest Kiltie Battalion, the 241st, upon their departure from Windsor recently,  bound for France,-in-command of  M'.-Col.o'/Wajter McGregor. With  bag-pipes blaring forth a martial  tune and plaids streaming.the Canadian Scottish Borderers, so called  after the famous Scotch regiment  by special permission of His Majesty, brought forth cheer after  cheer from the thousands who had  gathered to bid farewell and  shower them with presents of  books, fruit, tobacco and other  niceties. This Battalion was recruited from the border cities.  Windsor. W'alkerville, Ford and  Sandwich.  Some excellent views of the  Borderers and lhcir departure for  the front are shown in thc current  Ford Educational Monthly, which  will be shown in the current Ford  Educational Monthly which will  be shown at the Fnderby Theatre  on   Friday,  Aug.   17th, in  addition  to the regular two-reel episode, of  "A Voice on the Wire," and other  excellent films.  War-time preparations of the  United States have been set going  in dead earnest, and the Ford film  contains some fine views of military activities across the border.  These include President Wilson  declaration of war, Col. Theodore  Roosevelt, who has offered to raise  a large voJunteer army for 'immediate action in France, before  the selective draft measure goes into ell'eel, also thc land and sea  forces of our neighboring Republic and recruiting scenes. The  much-talkcd-of Ford tractor, plans  of which Mr. Henry Ford recently  donated lo the British Government  to help solve the food problem in  England, as shown in action.  The best thing that may happen a man is to be tossed overboard and compelled to sink or  swim; I never knew a man to be  drowned who was worth the  saving. ���������������������������James A. Garfield.  Final Corrections <S Additions to our New Directory  will be made this month.  Is your name on the List?  Don't walk when you can talk  OKANAGAN TELEPHONE COMPANY  When you need anything in the line of  Commercial Printing, 'phone the  Home Printer  the place for which they   seek appr0ached was:  were far away and only to be  reached by some unknown path;  whereas, in fact, it is so near, and  the road to it so plain, that no  one can miss it if his eyes are  not closed or blinded. The thing  most characteristic of men who  have attained great things is  that the hardest work they did  and the most severe trials they  passed through were at the  beginning. Shall we say, then,  that they were not most entitled  to be called successful while they  were surmounting the highest  barriers? Surely the man who is  doing his work faithfully and  well is not only upon the road to  Success, but, whether he knows  it or not, has already arrived,  there.  Why not take your Sunday dinner  at the King Edward?  "Have you asked your mother?  What did she say?"  "She said I couldn't go," was  the frank rejoinder.  "What do you mean, Robert,  by coming to me to ask to do a  thing after your mother has told  you you could not do it?"  "Well, papa," the little fellow  observed, ' 'I heard you say last  week that you're the boss of this  ranch, and I thought it was  about time for you to assert  yourself."���������������������������Judge.  MATHASSEN  Auctioneer  and   hive Stock  Sales-  and   hive  man  Farm Sales my specialty.    See me  about   your  saies  Armstrong  B. C.  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 Paper1  In Short: Anything in Printing.  THE  WALKER   PRESS  ,/  a ~ -' i  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, August 16,1917  Maxims to Remember  all  be  by  If our young men, and old  ones, too, would these precepts,  the virtue, patriotism, and prosperity of ".the nation would be  vastly improved:  Keep good company or none.  Never-be idle.  If your hands cannot be usefully employed, cultivate your  mind.  Always speak the truth. Make  few promises.  Live up to your engagements.  Keep your own secrets, if you  have any.  When you speak to a person,  look him in the face.  Good company and good conversation are the very sinews of  virtue.  Good character is above  things else.  Your character cannot  essentially injured except  your own acts.  If one speaks evil of you, live so  that none will believe such.  Drink no kind of intoxicating  liquors.  Ever live (misfortune excepted) within your income.  When you retire, think over  what you have done during the  day.  Make no haste to be rich, if  you would prosper.  Small and steady gains give  competency, and tranquillity of  mind.  Never play at any game of  chance.  Avoid temptation, through fear  that you may not withstand it.  Earn money before you spendit.  Never run into debt unless you  sec a way to get out again.  Never speak ill of anyone. Be  just before you are generous.  Never borrow if you can possibly avoid it.  Do not marry unless you are  able to support a wife.  Keep yourself innocent if you  would be happy.  Save when you are young, to  spend when you are old.  A Red  Day.  I never knew the joy of getting  home,  I never knew how fast a heart  could beat;  I never tasted joy,  Till the day my little boy  Came running up to  meet me  on the street.  I never knew the pleasure of a  smile,  I never knew the music of a  voice.  Till I heard my baby greet me,  On this day he ran to meet me,  In a way that made my weary  heart rejoice.  I never knew a welcome half so  true,  Till I heard his "hello daddy!"  down the street;  And though weary as could ���������������������������be,  When he scampered up to me,  > There was comfort in the patter of his feet.  I never knew the charm of laughing eyes,  I   never knew how happy I  could be; -  I never knew the cheer,  That makes worry disappear  Till the day my baby first ran  up to me.���������������������������Detroit Free Press.  Opportunity  There is an old story of a beggar to whom one clay there appeared by the wayside a beautiful being with her hands outstretched laden with treasures.  As he gazed at her in stupid  surprise, she glided past him, but  returned with her treasures still  held out to him, and once more  with beseeching eyes, as if she  would compel him to take what  she offered, she passed slowly by  and disappeared. She had no  sooner gone than, as if wakirg  from a dream, he hurried eagerly in the.direction she had taken.  He met a traveller, and said:  "Have you seen a beautiful  stranger with her hands full of  things that I want going along  this road?"  "Yes," replied the traveller,  "her name is Opportunity. But  once offered and once refused,  she never.retums."  THIS SHOULD BE CONVINCING ENOUGH TO SATISFY EVERYONE IN THE OKANAGAN VALLEY, THAT TO SHOP AT THE H. B. CO.. VERNON, MEANS THE BEST IN  QUALITY AND VALUE.  Summer Clean up in  Boys' Department  BOYS' WASH HATS  ust  thc  thing  for the  camp  ancl  Pholidays���������������������������in tan and white  Priced at 60c each;  To clear at  ..............  Each  I I 17      illlll  40*  BOYS'  CAPS  College  styles;    small    sizes  In serge and Ian leather,  hWorth 50c. To go at  . .*'. ..  only.  15c  Each  Boys' Balbriairan  Ml sizes.  ;Per  garment   ......  Underwear  ...... 25c  VOILES AND SCRIMS  These are left over from last season and lo make a''speedy clearance are 'offering them al greatly  reduced prices. In white, -cream  and ecru, with color border effects.  Also lace edges. 4 a  Values to 5<lc per yd. \syC\  Special, per yard     *^^  j-        BOYS' FELT HATS  ���������������������������jValues to ������������������1.50 ��������������������������� ���������������������������'\Q~  'On sale at -.-.     JyC  Each  j CEDAR POLISH  [For polishing all kinds of furniture  land woodwork. A n���������������������������  iPer bottle   .............     Z V/C  27-in. wide Tapestry Stair  Carpet  If you are thinking of a new carpel  for your hall or stairs, we have  here two patterns to offer at far  below present-day prices. A\r"  Worth ..$1.50 per yard. MSr  Special per yard  ....... :*-.+J^*  W7oven Wire Grass Rugs  These arc made -of twisted wire  grass and would do you good service in any room. Bound all round  with string tape.  Worth $10.00.       Special  7.75  Triangle Polish Mod  For cleaning and renewing all furniture and woodwork. \A C_*  Worth   75c.    Special   .....   ^7C  Women's & Misses' Bungalow  Aprons  Just opened up, anew shipment  made of a good quality print. In  light and medium shades. Good,  roomy aprons with belt andrQrj  pocket.    Special           -^vj-o  59<  An Excellent Corset at $1.50  One of the best corsets made in  Canada. A strong white coutil,  free hip; trimmed lace and* C/\  four hose supports. I  OU  Size 19 to 28   *���������������������������  PETTICOATS  In black and tan only. An ideal  petticoat; it is made of a material  that is light in weight and might  easily bc taken for silk. A well-  ,'cut garmdntv ,'with deep flounce  and narrow gathered rushing,A 25  Special      1  NIGHTGOWNS  An excellent range of slip-overs  and open-front styles; good, roomy  gowns.    In   many  stvles  of  Kring: 79c "250  THREE  29c Yard  New    checks    in  garten cloths for  British   kinder-  dresses, rompers,  and  especially school  wear.  Beautiful colors; 32-in wide.  ; Worth 34c per yard.  WONDERFUL   VALUES,  I ' 49c Yard  29c Pair  Penman's Fall Hose; just 7 dozen;  81   pair   in   all   sipes.    New   fashioned   and   comfortable.    In  black  I onlv.   -Worth '10c per pair.  Grey Flannels; a splendid chance  to purchase an excellent wool  flannel.   Just 2 bolts. Worth 75c yd  il  k Hudson's Bmj (Tom pam]  INCORPORATED 1670  HERBERTE.BURBIDGE STORES COHMISSl&KER  VERNON, B. C.  Trifles as  Irritants  We are so constituted that  what is occurring at the moment  interests us often out of all. proportion to .its importance. For  example, we are thrown off our  balance by the merest trifles,  perhaps, -which occur to-day, but  which, in a week's time, may  have no significance whatever.  Obstacles which seem like mountains, when we meet them, dwindle away to mole-hills when we  .pf-n/MV>fVfn>?-C'nn?;)7/.sAwon^.s-/^i/?o/:VgeVa\vav^fmm^them.  Even what seems tragedy, at  In the opinion of the prohibition the moment, in the future may  commissioners as expressed in the be the most innocent comedy,  formal report on the overseas Most of us are SO constituted  soldiers' vote, presented to the (that we will make almost any  legislature Tuesday, grave frauds j sacrifice for present peace. It  and irregularities were committed , would seem easier to have an arm  and the regulations laid down for I or a leg amputated two years  the taking of the soldiers' vole on hence than to lose a finger to-day!  almost any cost. If we could only  train the mind to look at to-day's  trouble and annoyance from the  standpoint of the future, it would  be much easier to bear.  POPE'S  PEACE  PROPOSALS  The Pope has addressed a note  to all belligerenl and neulral powers urging* them, in view of lhe  awful suffering the war is bringing  upon the world, to name in exact  terms their war aims ancl suggesting a conference looking to peace.  The Pope's proposal declares that  lhc injuries to all belligerents have  been so greal there has becn no  thought of reparation except for  the return of territory. Included  in the restoration of territory, the  Pope's proposals insist there  -should V)C-^the-,i:cturnVo^JGerniaiiyL  UNRESERVED SALE BY  Public Auction  lhe referendum "werem  stances not observed.  many m-  It is human nature to shrink from  pain, add we purchase release at  IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE  OF  Dairy Cows  I have received instructions from F. \V. COLLIN. Fscj., lo sell by  PUBLIC AUCTION, al his ranch, 1 1-2 miles east of Fnderby, on the  Mara Hoad, on���������������������������  Thursday, August 16th  at 1.30 p.m. sharp  TWELVE JERSEY COWS  All  First-Class milkers; quiet  and   gentle; from 2 to (i years old.  I will also offer for sale a No. 1 Sharpies Tubular Separator, in  splendid condition.  Sale  commences at   1.30  p.m.  sharp.    Terms, cash.  Parties attending sale from Knderby, Armstrong and south, will  follow Ihe Mara road from Kuderb y and turn in at sign of red Hag.  Parties from Mara and north will f ollow Mara-Kndcrby road to turn  at sign of red Hag.  C. CREED  AUCTIONKKP  AHMSTMONVi,   B.C  of all her colonies as well as the  complete restoration of Belgium to  her sovereign. Among the Pope's  proposals are reduction of armaments, freedom of the seas, and  that there shall be no retaliatory  struggle after Ihe war for world  commercial supremacy. These arc  regai (led-as lhe foundation stones  ol' tlYVPotic's proposals.^ ---���������������������������_---  In connection wilh the reception  of the Pope's peace proposals, a  Washington "trained observe"  ventures lhe opinion .lhat the proposal is one which would be discussed in good faith by the Allies,  bul lhal il docs not meet their war  aims.  of HIGH-GRADE DAIRY STOCK, HORSES, ETC.  for MR. R. J. COLTART, at his Ranch, 1 mile west of Enderby  Wednesday, August 29th  at 1.30 p.m.  Terms, 2 1-2 per cent discount for cash at the time of sale,  or 2 months credit on approved security, at 6 per cent interest.  For particulars, see posters.  MAT HASSEN  Auctioneer . Armstrong, B.C.  Produce for the Grahame Company  Evaporator at Armstrong  POTATOES      CARROTS       ONIONS  I have completed r.rrangcments with this Company whereby I am  authorized lo buy for their cvap-orator plant all of the above vegetables which can be obtained in the Fnderby, Grindrod and Mara  Districts.    No (|uantity loo big, or none too small.  J. E. CRANE  Enderby, B. C.  It is the sunshine which puts  the beautiful color on the apple  and the foliage of the forest in  the fall and just so a bright and  cheerful way with men puts rich  coloring on all persons and things  which they come in contact.  Whatever the goal may be, in  earth or in heaven^ the whole  secret lies in proceeding to that  goal.���������������������������Victor Hugo.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  APRICOTS  Are going to be scarce.     Leave your  orders now to secure good fruit  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings and Groceries  The Fruit Season is Approaching  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  TFFCF  &  SON      op,H9Ne: 48  1 LEA^E,    OC    0*U11,        Bell Block, Enderby


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