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 -*V~~"'~^������������������..  't'SS.  '������������������������������������������������������������������������. *��������������������������� V  1^';*^   '#'  PRESS  ^  Enderby, B. C., November 15. 1917  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 10; No.38; Whole No. 490  NEWS AND VIEWS  Miss Langc rclurned from the  coast last week.  A. E. Sharp, a former agent at  Enderby, is now C.P.R. agent at  Summerland.   He can swim.  On Sunday morning in the-Bap-  " list Church Mr. Welsh will speak  on "The Call to Victory." Miss  Dillon, of Vernon, will sing.  Divine- service will be conducted  in-the Methodist Church on Sunday  evening next at 7.30. A hearty  invitation is extended to all.  From seven acres near Chilliwack a Chinaman grew $1400  worth of white beans. He paid a  white man $70 rent for the land.  Married���������������������������Oh Wednesday, Nov. 7,  at the Armstrong Hotel, by the Rev.  Howard J. King, Miss Loranie  Woolsley, of Kelowna, to Mr. Jas.  C. Cavers, of Enderby.  A social gathering was enjoyed  by .the people of Grindrod last Friday week at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. J. Monk, when $26 was raised  for Christmas boxes to be sent the  boys in the trenches..  Several errors crept into the list  , of "Our Day" donors contributing  from Grindrod, published in these  columns last week. Mrs. Knapp  . should have becn credited with  50c, P. Mack with $1.00, and H.  Kirschfelt 50c.  Enderby has been chosen as fhe  place for holding the 1918 convention of the Board of School Trustees of the Province. Trustee S.  Poison, who attended the convention at the coast, succeeded in  . making Enderby the choice.  Howard Lawes, the genial representative  of  Kelly-Douglas,  may  be a hustler as a commercial travr  eler, but up to a' week" or so ago he  had a lot to learn'about-the matri-  '"��������������������������� monial   game.     The   Golden   Star  , says he tried four times before he  J could find a preacher.  The next meeting of the.Woman's  Club will be 'held..at the house of  Miss Forster, Enderby, on-Saturday  Nov. 17, at 2.30 p.m.; subject; "The  Rearing and Upbringing , of Children;*' speakers, Mrs. Gretton and  of putting in its own electric light-  others. It Js .hoped to have Mrs.  J. A. Macdonald,/ of 'Toronto, address tlie meeting.   -""'"��������������������������� **"*"'���������������������������';  -s~~  the last episode of ^The Voice  ��������������������������� ph the wire'-'will be" shown at the  Opera House' next Friday evening,  when the plot of the play* will be  . divulged.   It is the climax of one  of the  most starting  serials,  and  should -draw  a  large  house.    On  Saturday  evening,  Nov.   24th,  the  . first of a series of Fox features will  he shown.   "Modern Thalma" will  be the feature, and "Her Father's  Station," the comedy.  Pte. B. "Rosoman passed over the  mainline - last week to Victoria,  direct from the front. He is suffering from shell shock; being paralyzed from the shoulders! down.  Recovery has been slow, but he can  now handle* his body fairly well,  from the feet up. Mrs. Rosoman  will leave for the coast next week.  She expects to .spend the winter in  Victoria so as to be near her hus-  ^band.���������������������������    , =_. =   Dr. J. A. Macdonald, editor of  the Toronto Globe, and Mrs. Macdonald are to spend the week-end  with Rev. and Mrs. Dow. Dr. Macdonald will speak at the morning  service in St. Andrew's Church.  Dr. Macdonald has an international  reputation as an orator, and where  his talent is recognized crowded  houses greet him whenever he con-  ents to speak.. There will be no  evening service.  It is not practicable to run a  general hospital for thc sick and a  convalescent home for returned  soldiers under one roof. At least  this, the Review says, is the decision of the directors of the Summerland hospital, where they have  been endeavoring to take care of  four or five returned soldiers in  addition to the regular hospital  work. The military authorities  have been asked to find other quarters for the men.  Mr. A. R. Rogers spent a day in  Enderby this week, looking over  his interests here. During his stay  the matter of electric light agreement was taken up between the  company and the city, and finally  signed up. Mr. Rogers said he was  pleased to learn that a movement  was on foot asking the city to go  into the question of cost to the city  in putting in its own electric lighting and power plant. He believed  it was the right thing to do, and  said even under present conditions  it would certainly pay interest and  sinking fund, and working costs.  ing before Magistrate Rosoman  under thc Prohibition Act. The  liquor in question, eleven cases,  had been ordered from Vancouver  a week or more before the Prohibition Act came into force, and,  though coming in one shipment,  belonged to several owners. It -.was  seized before deliveries could be  made. When judgement was given  and the case dismissed, f������������������ grand  rush was made by the several owners for their particular brand, auu Jv������������������*ion  the cases were removed forthwith  to their homes.  Increasing   Production  Urges United Effort  Sir Robert Borden, on the eve of  his departure for Halifax to open  his campaign, issued a second manifesto to 'the Canadian people, setting forth his reasons for believing  that thejr should give their support  to the new administration. The  second manifesto reaffirms the  chief planks of the Unionist government platform announced by  the Prime Minister on October 18,  emphasizing ' more particularly  what he conceives to be the duty  of the government and the people  ih regard to the prosecution of the  war and the solutions of the various problems arising out of the  world struggle. "The government,"  says he, "realizes lhat in this national emergency there is imperative necessity for fulfillment of its  policies with the least possible delay. It pledges itself to prosecute  the  war with  It is especially pleasing to note  the great increase iri acreage of  cleared land between Enderby and  Mara, on both sides of the river.  It indicates that the farmers of this  favored section are no longer  waiting for-, buyers'-'to come along  and purchase, but are putting hard  work on the land and greatly in-  reasing their acreage,, under culti-  Another encouraging fact  is lhat all are getting more stock, on  the land, and are farming more intensively than ever before. A few  years ago, when cream separators  were first introduced into the district, agents selling them were all  but driven off the place. Today,  scarcely a farmer is without a separator, and more are being sold  each week. There has been a large  number of dairy cows sold this  fall by farmers -who wished to reduce their herds in .order to bring  the work of handling the product  down to-where it', could be done  without hiring help on the farm.  This has meant a scattering of the  animals-in some of the best milking, herds, and is leading to the  gradual betterment of general conditions. More producers means  more land tilled, "and'this is all the  district has ever needed. From  now on the Enderby-Mara district  will rapidly climb in position in  the producing column, and must  soon become one "of the most prosperous  districts  in the Dominion.  The farm of Mr. O. Olson, North  system pays oh the farm is that of  Messrs. Turner & Donaldson. Here  they have gone morc into poultry  and intensive cultivation. The results are proving vastly better in  every particular than had been anticipated. Here onc may see system brought down, to a fine point.  They know what every animal and  fowl on the ranch is costing them  to feed, and the returns which.each  brings.  The Chinese Liouor Case  war with  ceaseless  vigor,  to I  strive for national unity,-to admin-{'Enderby,   is   an   object   lesson   of  ister  the  public  department  with | what can be done in a few seasons  There was not a quorum present  Monday night and what should  have been a regular meeting of the  City Council was turned into a  committee meeting. All business  transacted will therefore-come before the next regular meeting for  approval. A. C. Skaling, barrister  and solicitor, addressed a communication to the council relating to  the failure of the prosecution in establishing a case against Sam Bow,  in whose place several cases of  Chinese-wine "were discovered* by  Constable Bailey. After pointing  out the impossibility of securing a  conviction under the haphassard  manner in which the seizure was  made, Mr. Skaling suggested that in  future the" constable secure a  search warrant before making the  search, otherwise "the proceedings  might' be thrown out by a higher  court. He further advised that in  cases where the commissioners intend securing legal assistance to  prosecute it would be much more  satisfactory if "the solicitor ���������������������������were  consulted   before   the   seizure'   is  economy and efficiency, to devise {by   systematic   work    on   a   bush [made  so that the  solicitor would  measures of taxation which will, ranch. He has today every acre of  regard social justice, and toNneglect i what.was only a year or two ago a  nothing that may be" required to ! bush ranch under the plow and the  sustain the soldiers_on service or tolland is producing excellent crops  comfort those of their households J that bring a golden harvest,  whom they have left behind."        '    Another ranch which shows how  see that all necessary evidence  could be secured and the case put  in shape yso one. could feel quite  safe in having the proceedings reviewed by a higher court, if there  happen to be an appeals  BUY VICTORY BONDS  One of the completes! canvassing  organizations ever put on its feet in  Canada is now covering the Dominion in search of buyers for Victory  Loan Bonds. Each Province is organized with a head ^office in the  largest centre, and with units "in  every' district. The organization  covering the Enderby district ������������������s  working in conjunction with the  head office at Vancouver, and each  person who has undertaken to canvass his particular neighborhood, -  is duly authorized by headquarters.  The banks are co-operating with  the local committees in every district, and each day reports are  turned over to the local committee  by the-canvassers and the banks,  and these, reports are forwarded to  provincial headquarters." By this  means accurate knowledge is ob-"  tained each day of how the bonds  are selling.  A commission of 25c for every  850.00 bond sold is paid the can- '  vasser writing up the business by  tlie Government. It has been the  proposed to the local unit that this  commission be collected on all the  business written up in this district  and that it be turned over to the  Patriotic, Red Cross and Trench  Comfort Funds, but no decision has  been arrived at owing to no general  meeting"of the canvassers and committee having yet been held.  Those,.citizens who have under- .  taken the .work of canvassingthave"  already pretty'well made the initial  survey'of their field, and allreport..'  most  favorable progress  with -the  outlook bright for a showing that  will redound to the credit "of the.;"  district as well as those doing the  canvassing. The totalsale of bonds  reported the first three days for the  district reached $i>,750, with other  canvassers yet to hear from.  The Minister of. Finance offers for Public Subscription  Everybody Made Happy  ��������������������������� Magistrate Rosoman gave judgement in the liquor case against the  Japanese boarding, house on Saturday, dismissing the case and ordering all the liquor seized to be  turned over to the individual owners.   This was the first case com-  ... -,.-s  ...... .-���������������������������',. ,    _.  . ~*^-���������������������������., ���������������������������--_ L.~ -;\������������������.^,v.-������������������--'7,������������������~'W'\~-^"~ -.issue ot,^.~...j^���������������������������-.-���������������������������������������������,-:-.,-;_   ,.-.  .  $150,000,000 5i% Gold Bonds :V  - . Bearing interest from December 1st, 1917, and offered in three maturities, the choice of which is optional with the subscriber, as follows:   '.  '',���������������������������.",..���������������������������" 5 year Bonds due December 1st, 1922 " ��������������������������� ��������������������������� * '."'*'. '      -  -        ~'JO'year Bonds due December 1st, 1927 '%���������������������������'.'���������������������������  - " ,"        ' 20 year Bonds due December 1st, 1937 **      . .  This Loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and both principal and interest are a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund.  The amount of this issue is $150,000,000, exclusive of the amount (if any) paid by the surrender of bonds ofprevious issues.." The Minister of Finance  however, reserves the right to allot the whole or any part of the amount subscribed in excess of $150,000,000. \ ..  y The Proceeds of-this Loan will be used for War purposes only, and will be spent wholly In Canada.  Principal and Interest payable in Gold  Denominations:    $50, $100,- $500 and $1,000  Subscriptions must be in sums of $50 or multiples thereof.  Principal payable without charge at the Office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa, or at the Office of the Assistant Receiver  General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal. Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and Victoria.  .  Interest payable, without charge, half-yearly, June 1st aiid December 1st, at any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank".  Bearer or Registered Bonds  Bonds may be registered as to principal or as to principal and interest.  Scrip certificates, non-negotiable, or payable to bearer, in accordance with the choice of the applicant for registered or bearer bonds, will be issued after  allotment in exchange for provisional receipts. When these scrip certificates'have been paid in full, and payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the money  they may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared, with coupons attached, payable to bearer, or registered as to principal, or for fully registered bonds when  prepared, without coupons, in accordance with the application. y;V  Delivery, of interim certificates and'of definitive bonds will be made through the Chartered Banks.  =-=ii=i^-=    Bearer7bWd3-with-coupons~wiirblhss^d~ih^ ���������������������������Fully-rcgis--  tered bonds, the interest on which is paid.direct to the owner by Government cheque.'will  be issued in denominations of $1,000., $5,000. or any authorized  multiple of $5,000. .'., .-....- '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������".. ,*"���������������������������'..��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ - ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Subject to the payment of 25 cents for each new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without coupons, will have the right to convert into bonds  of the denomination of-$1,000 with coupons, and holders of bonds with coupons will have the right to convert into fully registered bonds of authorized denominations without coupons, at any time, on application to the Minister of Finance.  Surrender of Bonds  Holders of Dominion of Canada Debenture Stock, due October 1st, 1919, and bonds of the three preceding Dominion of Canada War Loan Issues,  have the privilege of surrendering their bonds in part payment for subscriptions to bonds of this issue, under the following conditions:���������������������������  ' Debenture Stock, due October     1st, 1919, at Par and Accrued  Interest.  ��������������������������� War Loan Bowls, due December 1st, 1925, at 97)4 and Accrued Interest.  ���������������������������_���������������������������    ^_ (The above will be accepted in part payment for bonds of any of thc three maturities of this Issue)  War Lom BondVdaeOctobeF 1st,^^ 19317 at 97!^ "arid Accrued Interest." "  War Loan Bonds, due March    1st, 1937, at 90     and Accrued Interest.  (These will be accepted in part payment for bonds of the  1937 maturity ONLY of this Issue.)  Bonds of the various maturities of this issue will, in the event of future issues of like maturity, or longer, made by the Government, other than issues  made abroad, be accepted at par and accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash for the purpose of subscription to such issues.  Issue  Price   Par  Free from taxes���������������������������including any Income tax���������������������������imposed In pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada.  Payment to be made as follows: ,      .  10% on December 1st, 1917  10% on January 2nd, 1918  20% on February 1st, 1918  20% on March 1st, 1918  20% on April 1st. 1918  20%  on  May    1st, 1918  A full half year's interest will be paid on 1st June, 1918.  The Bonds therefore Hive a net interest yield to the investor of about:  5.61% on the 20 year Bonds  5.68% on the 10 year Bonds  5.81% on the    5 year Bonds  All payments are to be made to a Chartered Bank for thc credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay any instalment when due will render previous  payments liable to forfeiture, and the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions accompanied by a deposit of 10% of the amount subscribed, must be forwarded  through the medium of a Chartered Bank.   Any branch in Canada of any Chartered  Bank will forward subscriptions and issue provisional receipts.  In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be applied toward  payment of the amount due on the January instalment.  Subscriptions may be paid in full on January 2nd, 1918, or on any instalment due date thereafter under discount at the rate of hV>% per annum. Under  this provision payments of the balance of subscriptions may be made as follows:  If paid on January 2nd, 1918, at thc rate of 89.10795 per $100.  If paid on February 1st, 1918, at the rate of 70.10959 per $100.  If paid on March 1st. . 1918, at thc rate of 59.7227-t per $100.  If paid on April 1st, 1918, at the rate of 39.90959 per $100.  Forms of application may be obtained.from any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank, or from any Victory Loan Committee, or member thereof,  The books of the Loan will be kept at the Department of Finance, Ottawa.  Applications will be made in due course for the listing of this issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock F.xchanges.  Subscription Lists will close on or before December 1st, 191?  Department of Finance,  Ottawa, November 12th, 1917.  61 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, November 15, 19*Ti  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   tf.AlKlitt*  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   the  Walker   Press.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ']5, 1917  CANADA'S VICTORY LOAN  Endcrhy district is asked to suhscrihe as liberally as possible to thc Victory Loan Bonds now  being offered al par and bearing interest at the  rate of oY> per cent. When other Canadian war  bond issues were made, citizens of this district  subscribed as freely as they had means to do so.  and thc amount raised here was considerable, ll  is to bc hoped thc new Victory Bond issue will  bc as favorably received. The rate of interest is  much higher than that paid by the United States  on thc Liberty loan issue, and the Canadian  bonds arc therefore a much better investment.  Endcrhy dislrict has been organized under thc  plan in force throughout the Dominion for thc  great Victory Loan ''drive-" All who have taken  lip the work of canvassing arc doing the work  as a patriotic duty. It is their object to place the  question fairly before the people and to induce  anyone having ..the money to spare to invest in  tliis war issue. The "drive" will be continued  for three weeks. In Enderby a committee of four  will do the work, consisting of Mayor Dill. A.  Fulton, S. F. Hartry and II M. Walker. The  district has bcen divided into sections, and in  each of these a committeeman has been added.  as follows: Mr. R. Pi. Gibbs, Endcrby-Salmou  .AniLroail to Mr. Twiggs; Mr. Twigg, to Grindrod  school district and the Robson-Seymour farm;  Miss Seymour, north Deep Creek; Mr. J. Monk,  Grindrod school district; Mr- Wm. Anderson,  North Enderby school dislrict; Mr. Wm. Elson,  Mara; Mr. Frank I lawes, Mabel Lake; Mr. F.  Hassard. south Enderby. Full information can  be obtained from any ol" the members of the  commillcc.  Thc bonds are in denominations of $50. $100,  VslOO anff $1,000. and bear interest from the 1st  December.    If desired  lhcy may bc paid for in  installments covering a period of five months.  The Dominion ol" Canada wants another $ 1")().-:  000.000 lo carry on lhe war. And il is going to t  he borrowed from the people of Canada. Do you j  realize whal this means? 11 means that a sum'  equal to $20 must come from every man. woman!  and child in Ihe Dominion, or. say $150 from  each and everv home.    Buv a Vielorv Bond.  THE CURSE OF PRUDISHNESS  When Bernarr Macfadden was getting his  magazine "Physical Culture " established in New  York, some sixteen years ago, his greatest difficulty was in dealing with thc prudes. "As long  as you hold those views," wrote onc, "your paper  cannot enter the respectable homes of this country.   Please cancel my subscription."  That was some ycars ago. Since then "Physical Culture" has entered thc respectable homes  of America and Canada���������������������������not all of them, perhaps, but a great many, carrying its message  against the curse of prudishness, thc corset curse,  the drug curse, the alcohol curse, the curse of  overeating and the curse of ignorance. All these  "curses" arc "habits" of the "better class"���������������������������the  dollar rich. It is not surprising, therefore that  Bernarr Macfadden had such a strenuous.uphill  fight to get his excellent magazine established.  Moving picture companies are experiencing a  similar line of opposition today in any effort to  place really educational films which show up the  weaknesses of society, before thc public. And  that relic of the Dark Age, the censor, is set up  by our lawmakers, to say what shall and shall  not be permitted to be shown. In .British Columbia we have had a very conscientious young man  as censor. And it was up to. him to cut out of  that great religious play "Intollerance" a very  important chapter. He later refused to pass the  society drama "Damaged Goods." Fortunately  the Provincial Government had men in office  over the censor who permitted this film play to  bc shown inspite of the censor.  "Damaged Goods" was shown in Enderby last  Saturday evening, and every person who saw it  gave it their most emphatic approval, and congratulated Manager Bobb on having secured the  film for this place. "Damaged Goods'- deals  with the dangers to society in permitting so  much ignorance to exist in relation to that arch  venereal disease syphilis. The story is strongly  told, without the slightest hint that should  cause any normal man or woman a moment of  embarrassment. To object to such a play as  "Damaged Goods" reflects upon the individual  a shadow of ignorance. Just now, with thousands of Avar's victims coming home from Europe aflliclcd with this dread disease, wc arc but  fools to permit our eyes to bc blinded to the  dreadful consequences or to let any prudishness  get away with our reason. We talk of war's  problems in the matter of foods and munitions,  and our Governments 'issue pamphlets galore  showing how to combat disease of a similar nature in the hogs and cattle of our fields, but clid  you ever sec a pamphlet issued by our Government explaining thc nature of-this cancer on society and how to protect our men and women  and our children against it? We arc flooded with  government literature seeking to aid in thc  raising of better hogs and better callle, but  never a line aboul how to raise better boys and  better girls, belter men and better women.  ONLY ONE FRONT  For sale  by  flakes Cooking a Pleasure  No bending over a hot top to reach  the dampers���������������������������Kootenay controls are  all on the outside���������������������������in front. And the  oven thermometer shows the temperature without opening the oven door.  This range saves fuel, time, trouble  and���������������������������your temper.   Write for booklet.  IFCIaiyfc  KOOTENAY RANGE  LONDON      TORONTO   ' MONTREAL      WINNIPEG      VANCOUVER  ST. JOHN, N.B.     HAMILTON     CALGARY 15  SASKATOON      EDMONTON  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  NATIONAL SERVICE  Few people recognize the tremendous task lie-  fore the exemption tribunals in connection with  conscription.    The   total   registration   under  Ihej  Act was in the neighborhood of .">00,000. 01" these!  fully 275.000 claimed exemption. The percentage j  of total registrations to the estimated population |  was aboul 50 per cent.    Let us now look at the  probable cost of hearing  these exemptions-   In  Winnipeg twenty military tribunals were in session   last   Friday.    Only  one  man  appeared   to  claim  exemption  and  his  request  was  refused.  This alone cosl the country $180. for the representatives on these tribunals are each paid $8.00  per day.  Soldiers   give    their   lives.    Capital   lends  its  monev.    Buv Yiclorv Bonds.  VSeveral of the leading men of Europe arc just  now emphasizing the fact that it is on the western1 front that the Allies are going to win the war.  Since the Russian and Italian collapse, it seems  quite unnecessary to lay so much stress upon this  fact. Is there any other front that could bring  victory? Frank H. Simonds, in a special dispatch to Vancouver Province, says the Russian  collapse has already brought its worst to the  cause^oWlie^Allies^VilMs-noUsurpiusing^he.  says, "lhat thc Russian people, with their domestic grievances, wilh the internal abuses and evils  which surround Ihem, should fix their attention  upon thc home problem and should regard anti-  external circumstances as of minor importance.  Perhaps history will judge those Russians right  who believe lhat the salvation of the Russian  reputation is morc important for Russia than  the j le fea to f Germ a n a u toe racy. The t i m c is n o t  one. therefore, lo indulge in recrimination. It is  not the moment lo accuse Russians of betraying  a common cause, because the cause as such was  never adopted by the Russian people and thc people have repudiated thc government which was  allied wilh lhe nations fighting Germany. The  besl and worst that one can say of Russia is that  she has chosen her own pathway���������������������������whether with  supreme wisdom or ultimate madness, no one  can fore lei 1.  "On the other hand, lhere should be an end to  all illusions. Russia is oul of lhe war. Russia  has been lo all intents and purposes out of the  war since the revolution- achieved lhc disorganization of the armies and the collapse in Galicia  terminated serious hostilities on thc eastern  front. Failure to appreciate thc fact has led to  the Italian disaster. Italy has been overwhelmed  by troops withdrawn from the Russian front,  either with or wilhoul the connivance of those  who control Russian a 11 airs. The worst lhat  could happen from a Russian defection happened  when Cadorna's northern army was crushed  along the Isonzo- The price of the Russian desertion is being paid in the Venetian Plains, and  this is lhe measure of the Allies' reverse.  "Henceforth, there is but one course to follow,  and that is the course which excludes Russia  from all calculations on the military side. It is  a matter of little importance whether Russia concludes a separate peace with Germany or not."  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       "    V"?V  Cull Boards ������������������������������������������������������ ...10.00      "     -"..'.-,  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6  15.00      " ���������������������������"'"-"'  ORDER YOUR MILL WOOD NOW,    DRY Blocks, $2.00 load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������^by  W���������������������������re ready to serve you?s  THE WALKER PRESS ENDERBY, B.C  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, ^  MURPHY  letor  Enderby  Choice cuts always at your command,  and prompt delivery.  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  SECRET SOCIETIES  J. C METCALFE  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Rejjulnr meetings fir������������������t  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  C. H. (IEEVES         Secretary  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, etc., address.   F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINING REGULATIONS  ==Coal=miiiing=rights-of_the_Domin-^  ion 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 aljin annual rental of 81  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 district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  musl be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, arid  in unsurveyed territory thc tract  applied for shall bc staked out by  Ihe applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of So which will bo  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable owtpul of .the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish the Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If the coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the co?.!  mining rights only, but the lessee  may be permilled to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full* information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Inter/or.  N.B.-Unauthorizcd publication of  Ihis advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575. <tf  Thursday, November 15, 1917  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Hagic I  BAKING  JWDEB  SBil.'UV-'riP  MAGIC  BAKING  POWDER  CONTAINS NO ALUM  MADE IN CANADA  Substitutes for Wheat  Endorse Union Candidate  "Whereas the position taken  by the Yale Liberal Association  in recommending to   the   two  great political parties in this constituency, that  at this- time of  Empire crisis it was. desirable  that an effort be made to hold  simultaneous conventions with a  view to selecting, if possible,- a  canidate acceptable to the great  mass of the people,  pledged to  support Union Government,  the  conscription of man-power and  wealth, the taxation of war prof -  1 -  its, the elimination'and   prevention of further profiteering and  .the organization of the country's  >&^$ecources for the supreme task  \v^!of ^winning the war,*' has received  pV; the;.unanimous endorsement of  ps7 theyLiberal party of Yale in con-  v&.Vvention assembled, therefore- be  Cv*i^v> "    ��������������������������� -  Resolved that the convention  having in view the necessity of  every effort of the people being  concentrated in establishing utility of purpose and the elimination of party bias at this -time,  - strongly, urge upon the Coalition  Government the necessity and  obligation . of carrying"������������������out. the  . principles of the Liberal: party,  and refrain from nominatimg a  canidate to con test, the riding a-  gainst the Cabinetrepresentative  of Union Government, in . the  hope that a progressive policy of  adequate support to our brave  men now fighting overseas for  the great principles of democracy,  for which we have ever stood,  will be put into the earliest and  fullest possible effect.   :  Price of Potatoes  The B.C. Fruit and Vegetable  Committee of the Food Controller after a careful survey of 'the  potato situation as it exists today  beg to issue the following statement;���������������������������  1. There is. a large* surplus of  potatoes in Canada and the United States.  2. The wholesalers are not  stocking up as usual.  "=t-=^-i-3r^Somelateblightisshowing  in certain districts in B.C.  4. The evaporators apparently  have secued all they require for  the present.  5. There is a tendency on the  part of the growers generally, to  - pit and store freely with the hope  of securing higher prices by hold-  _ing���������������������������____________ ,.���������������������������_:__.._:  6. It seems clear that unless  some disaster occurs with pitted  and stored stocks, lower prices  will prevail in the spring.  We, therefore, strongly advise  growers to keep the local market steadily supplied at about  present prices, and ship only well  gradsd stock and feed the small  potatoes at home,  Practical Bank Assistance  Canadians who are willing to  follow the advice of the Food  Controller in order to help save  urgently needed wheat flour, beef  and bacon for the soldiers, will  find a considerable number of  wholesome snbstitutes.  To save wheat flour, barley  may be used as soup and barley  flour for thickening; cornmeal  for bread and cereal; oatmeal for  cereal and oat muffins. Potatoes  may be used in a variety ol appetizing dishes���������������������������and whsn they are  served bread may sometimes be  | omitted from the meal. At present the price' of -cornmeal is very  high, but the new crop is large  and will be on the market soon.  The question of price has to be  carefully considered by the great  majority of people, but those  who can afford to do so should  substitute in part other cereals  for wheat even if the price of  the substitutes, should be higher.  For meat, fish is a peculiarly  suitable substitute because of the  variety available and the abundant sources of supply in the  Dominion. Beans have nearly the  same food value as meat.  Byca careful selection of other  foods the consumption of meat  may be considerably reduced, e-  specially by persons who are not  engageed in heavy manual labor.  And remember, the primary  reason for urging the saving of  wheat flour,: beef and bacon is  not economy in cost, but that the  soldiers may be supplied with the  food which they need.  Dispelling Another Illusion  Washington���������������������������Germany's economic situation will permit her to  fight for years, officials declared  today, repudiating reports that  the Teutons were "on their last  legs./' Both American and Entente circles believe the Americans have been misled as to Germany's ability. tol continue the  struggle; " .-' . ,  7 "Excluding the Italian campaign, the Teutons have occupied  575,000 square kilometres of Allied territory and subjugated more  thai* 82,000,000 Latins/Slavs and  Semites. Of these hundreds of  thousands are virtually'slaves of  Germany and her Allies, working  in German factories,' on public  projects or producing foodstuffs  for the Kaiser's armies," it was  declared here today.  "The economic returns from  Russian and Roumanian territory  have been heavy in grain and oil  which together with Bulgarian  and Belgian coal fields, have  solved the Teuton fuel problem.  "From a monetary standpoint.  Germany is profiting by stripping  occupied territories of all valuables.  "The Belgians are paying war  imposts amounting to 480,000,000  francs yearly.  Taxes imposed on other conquered countries are enormous,"  added an official.  Too Many Privileges  If the Dominion government  listens to the request of the banking magnates to be allowed to  coin all the shinplasters, or paper  two-bit pieces that they want to,  it will bs making a grave economic mistake.. Canadian banks  have been allowedto do altogether too much coining of paper  money. It is a lead pipe cinch to  be in the banking game in this  country, when any aggregation  of capitalists can go to work and  form a' bank and issue all kinds  of paper dough and then soak  their clients high interest rates  when the said paper money Is  loaned out. Silver is the most  suitable dope for making two-bit  pieces with. Those little shin-  plasters are an abomination and  a nuisance, and the bankers like  them because the people. lose  them and they cost the money  trust very little except for ink  and paper. In a silver producing  section such as this is, the various interests affected" would do  well to rise'up and make a big  squeal about any move in the direction of giving the banks the  right to issue shinplasters on  their own account.' The money  trust in Canada is" strong enough  now as it is.���������������������������Kaslo Kootenain.  THEY GET RESULTS  Arthur Brisbane says Country  Weeklies. Bring. Business  Too Long Unclothed  A bank in Mississippi has  adopted a novel method of encouraging production which  would probably not be approved  by conservative financiers. It advances money to boys and girls  on unsecured notes. The boys  pledge themselves to buy pigs  with the loan and the girls chickens. Reports of progress are  made io the banks, monthly. In  the event of the pigs or chickens  dying through no fault of the  owners, the notes are cancelled.  So far, with the exception of  two, the notes have been met at  maturity.   See that Victory Bonds are in  every home.  The death of a Toronto man  from* pneumonia contracted  while waiting for medical examination, is causing a sensation in  military circles in that city. His  relatives allege that he was kept  unclothed in a cold room, with  windows open and electric fans  in operation for two hours before  his name was called, The attorney-general is inquiring into the  case and an investigation will be  made. The military authorities  deny responsibility.  Goat's Milk Advocated  ' The Portlaud Oregonian advocates a more general use of  goat's milk as a substitute for  the higher priced dairy product.  It is claimed that a goat can be  kept much cheaper than a cow;  its milk is free from tubercular  germs, and its higher percentage  of butter fat makes it more easily digested and healthier for  babies.  At a meeting of the American  Advertisers' Association, Arthur  Brisbane, an authority on the subject of newspaper advertising,said:  "Not the country publisher but  the business man is the chief sufferer from" the .fact that our merchants and manufacturers have not  utilized the country newspapers'  advertising columns as they should  and. can be utilized. Romeinber  these facts: He who reads.the little  crossroads newspaper or the larger,  newspaper of the fair-sized town is  .a man who. buys everything. He  lives in a~ house and on land that hc  owns. He is interested in everything that the businessmen are doing. Through good advertising you  can sell him everything, from the  paint on the roof of his house io  the cement in the floor of his cellar-  Everything between the- roof and  the cellar, everything in the barn,  and every tool in the field he buys  and you may sell him. He is not  like the dweller in the big citv flat,  who gets his water through a pipe,  his light through a wire, his heat  from the basement, and whose  shopping consists in getting a  ready-made' suit of clothes and a  ready-made dinner in a tin or paper box. The man who reads the  country newspaper buys everything. He buys pumps, lamps,  "stove"S7"automob"ilcsr~clothing���������������������������farm-  implements, furniture, dresses, oils,  books, paints, carpets. In this  room are two hundred and fifty  men and individuals. Some of them  represent a dozen manufacturing  enterprises and more. There isn't  a man here who has anything to  sell that he* cannot sell to readers  of-a country--newspaper.-Arid every  man here could morc profitably ad-  ve tise in a country newspaper in  proportion to its circulation than  in any othcr publication* on 'the  earth. I emphasize the value of the  country newspaper as an advertising medium, for it has that  value.'  He also fights who helps thc  fighter fight; buy Victory Bonds  Save  Bonds.  and serve���������������������������buy Victory  LAND  REGISTRY ACT  (Section 24)  In the matter of an application  for duplicate certificate of title No.  13910a, issued to C. S. Hazelton,  covering Part 7.12 acres of Part of  Lot 2, subdivision of Part of Lot  226, Map 151, Osoyoos Division,  Yale District.  Notice is hereby given that it is  my intention at the expiration of  one month from the date of first  publication hereof to issue a duplicate certificate of title covering the  above land to C. S. Hazellon unless  in the meantime I shall receive  valid objection thereto in writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Ollice  Kamloops, B.C., this 8th day of  November, A.D., 1917.  C. H. DUNBAR,  District Registrar.  Chewing  IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW  It is manufactured'  tobacco in its purest  form.  It has a pleasing  flavor.  It is tobacco scientifically prepared  for man's use.  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  The Directors of this Association beg to : announce that,  after almost endless difficulties and discouragements, they feci  that they have perfected an organization for manufacturing  and selling a butter product not excelled in the Province- Try  a pound of "NOCA" butter on your own tabic and be convinced  of its excellent quality.   Your" grocer will get it for you.  Financial arrangements have now been made which has  done away with the serious inconvenience ol" occasionally having cheques refused. '���������������������������"'.-  We guarantee to pay not less than 42c for butler fat,de-.  livcred in November���������������������������more if ihe markets warrant:    ..  Patronize home industry and have a little ready cash every  month.. Wc want the small, shipments���������������������������the large ..Shipments  will take care of themselves. "'' ���������������������������r; ���������������������������  For further information, see R. J. Coltart or William Jones,  Directors representing Enderby, Grindrod and Mara.'  NORTHERN OKANAGAN CREAMERY ASSOCIATION.  ,.". ..-.*.���������������������������.*��������������������������� i  IS YOUR LINE BUSY ?  The busier you keep' your Telephone line, the more  business it will bring you at a profit.  Time saved in business is money made.  s    You can't make money out of your Telephone if you  do not make it serve you.  We are always prepared to cheerfully do our part if  you will do yours. * 'Central" can put you on "speaking  terms" with any phone user in the Okanagan.  OKANAGAN TELEPHONE CO.-  (ttristonis is  Just <$ftr  ihf ffiop  OUR SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS  CARDS THIS  YEAR  IS  CHOICE, THOUGH tfOT SO LARGE AS WE HAVE HAD IN  PAST SEASONS.    WE HAVE AIMED TO KEEP THE COST  DOWN   TO   OUR  PATRONS, AND AT THE SAME TIME TO  GIVE QUALITY IN EVERY SET SELECTED.   COME IN AS  EARLY AS POSSIBLE AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION.   WE  HAVE ALREADY TURNED OUT A NUMBER OF ORDERS,  AND HAVE OTHERS TO FILL THIS WEEK.   WE CAN PUT  YOURS THROUGH WITH THOSE NOW IN HAND.    THEY  RUN FROM $1.00 A DOZEN UP TO $3.50.    NOTHING- ANY  BETTER FOR THE PRICE.    YOU   KNOW   THE   QUALITY  OF OUR WORK.  THE WALKER PRESS. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, November 15, 1917  Save  20  >*���������������������������!  o  o  By ordering a  NEW  EDISON  Diamond Amberola  TO-DAY !  Model 30, with 1.2 Blue  Amberol Records, $49.65  EASY PAYMENTS  arranged  Prices will aivance 20 p.c. Jan. 1st.  The Edison Agency, Vernon       j  Vast Timber Losses by Fire  That twenty-two times as much  timber has been destroyed by fire  in British Columbia as has been cut  by the lumbermen is the conclusion  reached by ollicials of the commission on conservation, ��������������������������� who have  been inquiring into the fire losses  in the various provinces. ,Thc investigation *%ho\vs that on 95,000  square miles the timber has been  uselessly destroyed, mostly many  years ago. Thc amount of timber  so destroyed is estimated to be not  less lhan'650,000,000,000 feet. The  destroyed timber is equivalent to  almost twice the amount of saw  lumber now standing in the Province, and to nearly as much saw  lumber as is now ^standing in the  forests of Canada.  Mrs. Elizabeth Bolinbroke, thc  oldest woman in "Winnipeg, died a  few clays ago in her 100th year.  Shc was born in England and came  to Canada in 1881 with her husband and four children.  Theatre Ticket Tax  If, as the moving picture houses  complain,   they   arc  more  heavily  taxed   in    British    Columbia   than  anywhere else in the country, they  have   legitimate   reason   for   complaint, inasmuch as the taxation is  nol for war purposes. The business  is one that has become  the. main  source of enjoyment for the multitude, whose amusements have been  considerably curtailed in these sad  days.   The Provincial Government,  in putting a lax on theatre tickets,  regulated  it so that a yearly revenue of $150,000 should be secured  from this source.    It has now become obvious  that the receipts of  the tax will be nearer $300,000.  In  view of this, it is fair to assume  that the Government has placed an  unduly    heavy    burden    on    this  amusement of the people.    Wc do  not think the intention was to derive twice as much revenue as at  first proposed, for if this was the  case   unfairness  was   exhibited   to  both   the   public   and   the  moving  picture   proprietors.     As   the   tax  stands hardships arc being inflicted  that   are    altogether    unnecessary.  Moving   picture  houses   both   here  and in Vancouver may eventually  be compelled  to  close  down, and  we   can   hardly   imagine   it  is  the  purpose of the Government to put  any of the existing enterprises out  of   business.     We   suggest   to   the  Minister of Finance, who is responsible for the collection of the tax,  that he should investigate the complaints  that  are  being made.    He  will  find   they  arc  well  grounded.  The   Government   can   secure   the  revenue it needs from this source  by cutting the tax in two.   We feel  certain that an action of this kind  would bc cordially appreciated by  the public,who have so many other  burdens to shoulder at this time.���������������������������  Victoria Colonist.  Mail Cash with Your Order  ���������������������������We Deliver to Your Door  Wool Yarns  15c  A big shipment of best 4-ply  and 8-ply wool yarns in colors  sky, pink, beauty rose, saxe,  white and black; price ....   Ounce  Boys' Sweaters  A special all-wool quality pullover sweater; made in England;  button on shoulder; price   $i  .95  Men's Nightshirts  Best English manufacture in (PA Ot  assorted stripes; roomy and ^ I ,%J%J  comfortably made; price  J_  House Dresses  For ladies this week we have a (p A A{\  full made house dress of Ging- v|)T . jl y  ham and Print; Special for.... |  Serge Skirts  This quality cannot be purchased today; well tailored;  good Indigo Serge; all sizes, for  4  .95  Ninon de Chene  The new all-silk fabric, used in  place of Georgette; beautiful  and soft; 44-inches wide; 40  colors; for   98c  Yard  Furnishing Department���������������������������Voile Curtains  HUGE PURCHASE OF CURTAINS. SURPRISING VALUES IN LACE EDGE, INSERTION  AND HEMSTITCHED BORDERS. EACH CURTAIN IS 2������������������/2 YARDS LONG:  Color Cream; worth $3.25, for 2.50 pair  2.75 for 1.95 pair  Ecru  n  ������������������  if  2.50 for 1.65 pair  2.75 for 5.25 pair  7.50 for 1.95 pair  1.50 for   .95 pair  Qlirfiudsons  INCORPORATED 1670  HERBCBTE.BUBB1DCE STMESCOHMISSlOHER  VERNON, B. C.  CA NA D/A N PA TRIO TIC FUND.  The   treasurer  of  the   Canadian  Patriotic    Fund   acknowledges   the  following    conlributions    received  since publication of thc last list:  Miss A. 13. Faulkner ......������������������..$ 2.00  Mrs. A. A. Faulkner- . . . .    1.00  C.  B. Winter   ... .V. ...... .  10.00  Rev.  J.  A.  Dow       3.00  Rev.  .1-  K.  Gretton   ........    5.00         $21-00  Universal    service���������������������������buy  Victory Bonds.  Furniture,  Pictures  Books For Sale  This month I '.must clear out  everything in my hoVise. Many  choice pieces of furniture still rc:  main. Over 500 books must be  sold, including complete sets of  Sf-ntt, I.yllon and Dickens, and  others loo numerous to ihen lion;  line I'or Christmas presents. Pic-  lures, carpels and dishes yet to go.  Crockery, glassware and figured  China al less than wholesale price,  al���������������������������  Till-   KXDEKHY  MIVSIC  STORE  J.   E.  CRW'F.   Prop.  Red Cross Fund  Proceeds of teas for October. $(>0.<l 5  Rent   V     7.50  Stores        8..S5  Donated  to  prisoners       14.00  Donations received: Mr. Lewis,  load of wood; Dill Bros., butter;  Miss Burnham, tea  and  sugar.  Donations to Prisoners of "War  Fund:  Miss   Gibbs      10.00  Tea Rooms      14.00  XYZ     2.00  Friend        1-00  Mrs.  Brown      ,.1.00  25c -subscriptions   '    12.50  List of 25c subscribers   :Friend,  F. S. Stevens, R. Railev, G. Johnson,  G. Folkard, R. E. T. Forster, E.  Harrop, E. E. Harvey, II. T. Twigg,  E. P. Robson, R. J. Coltart, A. McPherson, Mrs. McPherson, Mrs.  Farmer. A. Fulton, S. Speers, IT. A.  Teece, G. R. Sharpe, C. C. Fravel,  Mr. Adams, Clarence Burnham, G.  E. McMahon, Rev. J. A. Dow, Rev.  .1. R. Gretton, Miss E. Cooke, Miss  S. Cooke, J. Cooke. M. Burnham, G.  A. Rand. Jas. McMahon, J. E. Crane,  II. Neil, Mrs. J. B. Gaylord, E. Mack,  TVJ^Tur-ner-r=AT=RGe-vesr=Mr-s.-==Rcaves,  F. Hassard, W. E. Duncan, R. E.  Wheeler, C. IT. Reeves, E. B. Dill.  C. B. Winter, $1.00; Mr. Adams and  Mr. Fenton, 50c.  That Fatal Pronounciation  "G. B." says the troubles between  England and Ireland for Ihe past  century have been caused by the  nronouncialion of���������������������������a-small- word.  The British say to the Irish leaders,  "If the Irish will have vigorous  pa-triots all over Ireland and demonstrate that lhcy can govern their  counlry peaceably, Ihen they can  have everything they ask for." The  Irish leaders then go oil' and meet  iheir followers and tell Ihem thai  England says that "if the Irish people  can  lill   Ireland   wilh   vigorous  Pat-riots and demonstrate 'their  ability to govern, lhcy can have all  they demand.'" When the followers hear this, they each one seize a  stick or a stone or a brick-bat and  ���������������������������well the trouble all begins over  Why Distinguish?  The Summerland 'Review stays  "a silly cow" on the road caused  an auto accident last Thursday  which might have had serious results. When Messrs. Cutbill, Town  and DeHart were driving towards  Westbank, Mr. Cutbill steered to  the side of thc road to avoid a cow,  but the cow unexpectedly charged  directly: into the car, taking the  steering wheel out of Mr. Cuthill's  hands, and thc unguided car went  up the bank and turned over twice.  Though much shaken up by the accident the occupants were unhurt,  and the car was not much damaged  for it brought  them  home safely.  Mara News Notes  ^Thc^WIa r a���������������������������Pra d in g=Gom p a n j^s  store has again changed hands, being now in the hands of Mr. J.  Butterworth, of Armstrong.  A dance was held in thc Mara  hall last Friday evening under the  auspices of the Mara branch of  the Red Cross, to raise funds for  the purchase of Christmas boxes  for the bovs at the front.  The C.P.R. station has becn  moved to .the .cast side of the track,  and has been provided with three  powerful reflector lamps and also  a  truck  for handling baggage.  F. T. Turner is completing the  repainting of the school house.  If the label on your Press shows your  subscription has expired, your renewal  is in order.  Christmas Stocks Arriving_'  While it is not anticipated that  the Christmas stocks of Enderby  merchants are going to be as extensive as in former years, there  will, nevertheless, be a. wide selection of Christinas goods for Santa  Claus to choose from. Already the  toys are being displayed attractively. Particularly at the Popular  Variety Store, Mr. Wilson is showing a bumper selection of novelties  for the children. As stocks are  certain to bc limited this year, the  wise Santa will get in early while  thc selection is unbroken.  The United Grain Growers have  purchased $234,000 worth of Washington apples. This represents 180  cars. The quality is most C grade  or Yakima big Y brand. They will  cost them $1.80 to $2 laid down at  Calgary. It is claimed that this is  a cheaper price than they could  buv in Canada.  FOR SALE���������������������������Young pigs. S. Teece,  Enderby. nl5-2  FOR SALE���������������������������General purpose horse  rising 3; price ������������������100. Also driving  or saddle mare; price $75. W.D.  George, Grindrod. nl5-2  FOR SALE���������������������������Heavy work team. C.  Ashton, Enderby. nl5-2  LOST���������������������������A browrn Sparrow Hawk,  with damaged wing; was last  seen hopping along fences, evidently going south. Anyone returning same to Mrs. N. Pavlos,  Mara, will be rewarded  FURNITURE FOR SALE���������������������������Large  cushioned wicker arm chair,  $13;' kitchen table with sugar &  Hour bins, $5; and (i-hole range,  S25. Apply, C. P. Ryan, care A.  McPherson. 2t  He also fights who helps the  |fighter fight; buy Victory Bonds  Buy a Victory Bond MEN* Buy Victory Bonds.  ^If^Time^foTliintof^WtntirGIotKinf^  Notwithstanding the fact that it is difficult to procure many  lines of Woolen Goods, we are fortunate in having for your selection  a full range of the following reliable makes:  Carss Pauls���������������������������the same as they  always   were,   THE   BEST.  Stanfield's Undcrweur, in all weights; still all wool and unshrinkable.  Ctarks Wool Shirts���������������������������a full range of greys, etc. Also a few of the  double-breasted  and  back miltons.              ���������������������������  Lumberman's Rubbers���������������������������Buy the onc with the white sole. We  guarantee it to outwear any other rubber made.  Full range of Gloves and Mitts, in both wool and leather.  Inspect our range of new Fall Suits; from $18.00 up.  We are now showing a fine selection of all kinds of Toys, Games, Dolls, Etc., and  advise the public to purchase now while the variety is large. #  We also have the best variety of Xmas Cards, Tags, Seals, etc., ever shown in this  citv, and our prices are right. ,  Come in and sample our new stock of Candies.    All fresh and the best made.  THE-     POPULAR    PYMAN BLOCK,   CLIFF si  ST.,   ENDERBY  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF  Groceries, Flour and Feed  WHICH ARE ALWAYS FRESH, AND PRICES LOW.  Ous Motto-''Q UALITY AND SERVICE''  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON,  MAT HASSEN  Auctioneer  ancl  Live  Stock  Salesman  Farm Sales my specialty.    See me  aboul   your  sales  Armstrong  B. C.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  Renew your subscription to The Press


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