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Array *  PRESS  Enderby, B. C., November 8, 1917  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 10; No.37; Whole No. 489  I** -  NEWS AND VIEWS  Mr. B. F. Cameron will leave for  -Vancouver this week. <  Mr. H. W. Bischcl spent a few  -   days in Enderby this week from  Calgary.  Mrs. Robinson ��������������������������� and daughter,  Mrs. A. R. Robinson, left this-week  for the coast.  J. L. Ruttan has.been home most  - of the week on the sick list.���������������������������Vanderhoof Herald.  Wm':1 Hamilton, a lumberman,  was killed at Penticton last week  while unloading logs. -   '  ' Mrs. J. F. Fravel is expected to  return from the summer's visit to  eastern  states this week.  ; ���������������������������"  Mr. S. Poison   is��������������������������� attending  the  ��������������������������� '* Board of School Trustees' conven-  _ tion at Nanaimo this week.  -."   Mrs. Leighton came down from  -Mabel   Lake   this   week, and .will  spend the winter in Enderby:  Twenty-five thousand cases, of  Okanagan' apples were shipped last  week" from Vancouver to Australia.  ��������������������������� - \_  /Carl Johnson, returned from Pt.  Moody on Saturday,'where he,had  . steady, employment  for  the  sum-  -   mer. *"   -   '        - --" ���������������������������  I   "Well, lordie, what about it! Some  - _ S of us have to bear thev burdens, of  ._.,- "war���������������������������all cannot get into the bacon  \.' business.-'       ,"--'-_-    . -   "  "*;���������������������������/- "Mr.~ and Mrs. J^C. English are  "* -preparing to move to 'Alberta in;, a  ������������������������������������������������������'     few days,  where,they will work  , few days. ���������������������������   Is  .   ._".-.-  The ladies .of the Enderby "W.A:  ',    propose to: hold a  sale of work;  - home ~ cooking, - .candies, -etc.,  on  ,7 Saturday^ Nov.. 24th.     : -   V    V  V '- ." Mrsr^F.-; Sv Stevens  expects-to  leave   shortly  for .Bend;   Ore.,  to  ^ spend the winter months with her,  V daughter; Mrs.>F."S. Prince."V   ^.j  % Mr.   Jas.*-F.   Johnston\ returned,  . " ,from^ Vancouver VTuesdayV'where  - --he was1 employed^ the entire sum-  ���������������������������" ,  merlin the shipbuilding yards.,  *. JSmall boys -infKaslo are picking  yupV stray \cats% and shipping them  V to j Sandon. to" go on. .the vrat line".  ���������������������������...Tfiey- get 25c-apiece:for- them. ,.* "  7 V-InVthese !modern ".days, Colonel  ': Lowery "thinks a, businessman'who  "?does, not advertise is lacking in  '~- * one of the/, greatest^ essentials J������������������of  . - mo.dern success."' W" ", Vy"-"-*; '"7  c, 1 It, is/a "distinct;loss. to' the -com-  V ,niuriity; to-have.' tlieVLorie Pine"  '\Dairy, discontinue the "niilk 'de^f  ' -iivery,'so t long, and so yefficien'tly  handled by Mr." Strickland.  " "V  . s ' Mat rHasserihas a big saleoLlive  / stock  on - for   the .Fair, .Grounds,  <    Vernon;'-dn Novr.l3th,.and*another  - at;Jhe  vAtkinson    place, ' Salmon  River road, today, Nov.-8th. V. ~7  Word " comes * from.- -Nanaimo,  where^Mr. Hughes is .now principal  of the"city "school, that he is doing  - excellent work and is "well liked  ~   by parents,-teachers and trustees.  Word  was", received  from "John  LaForge  a :.few  days-ago  to  thc  -effect that-he^had-suffered the misfortune of breaking" a wrist "while  at work in the shipbuilding yards.  Flight Lieut. Jas. Glen left for  the coast this week to spend a few'  days with his brother. He expects  ^to^stop^off���������������������������inVEnderby^-a^day^or  two on his "return, before proceeding to England.  Hay shipments from Enderby  district this year amount to some  200 carloads. At thirteen tons to  the car, and twenty-five or more  dollars per ton, this means some  money for our- good farmers.  It isn't any proof of ability not  to advertise. Any business is  helped by proper and effective advertising. The businessman who  docs not advertise is simply amputating his nose to get even with his  face.  Mr. C. P. Ryan, on a tour of inspection of the Bank of Montreal,  spent Tuesday and Wednesday in  Enderby. Mrs. Ryan is at Victoria  where she is slowly recovering  from the illness alllicting her when  they were residents, of Enderby.  As one of the gratifying results  of Union government,an announcement comes from Ottawa that in  future all purchasing for every  federal government department is  to be made by public tender, the  patronage list being eliminated entirely. - 'V.y  All persons who have acquired  property in the city or school district since the last assessment  should without fail register with  the assessor before the end of the  present month, otherwise their  names cannot appear on the voters'  list for 1918. The list closes at 5  o'clock p.m.. on the 30th inst.  "Damaged Goods" will appear  at the Opera House Saturday evening, Nov. 10th. This film shows  a phase of life too often hidden  beneath the powder puff of mock  modesty, and has been favored by  large.houses wherever shown. The  prices are 50c and 25c. ��������������������������� Minors  under 14 years will not be admitted unaccompanied by parent  or guardian.  Mr. and Mrs. W. R: Barrows, left  for Vancouver Wednesday evening.  Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Coltart left  for Goderich, Ont., on Monday,  to visi^ their old home. A few  hours before leaving a' message  came to Mrs. Coltart telling of the  death of her father. They expect  to be away amonth or six weeks.  Robt. -Roberts is managing the  Coltart dairy in their absence.  The /closing episodes of- "The  Voice on the Wire" serial, will be  shown in the Opera House Friday  evening of-this week and next. No  serial .shown here has held the  interest J of movie patrons so intensely- as has "The Voice. on the  Wire," though 'this " was - perhaps  more on account of the .well-timed  climaxes than on any particular  merit of the .plot or play  conclusion of this serial, Manager  Bobb will show the famous Fox  Features and comedies, starting on  Saturday, Nov. 24th.  Exceeds   Expectations  Hon. Martin Burrell Here  Deep Creek Mill Started  Manager Tomkinson has succeeded in getting the,.machinery,  installed in the new Deep Creel-  saw mill and .cutting is to be commenced next week. , He will employ a force of twenty men in and  about the mill. The mill is situated in the midst of heavy timber,  and an ample supply of logs- is  assured  for- many  months.      c.  See that Victory Bonds are ih  every home/-Are you prepared  At the | to buy.yours?   ,;   - .<  When Mr. Hatt first asked fori Hon. Martin Burrell, secretary of  contributions from Enderby dis- state under the new Unionist gov-  trict for the military"Y.M.C.A. he ernment,- spent a few hours in En-  stated that $1000 was expected to derby Wednesday. Mr. Burrell  come from this district.    The re-1 had his mind and hands upon "big  suits of the canvass thus far have  exceeded those expectations some  eight hundred dollars. Thc total  .amount contributed in cash and  pledges exceeds ������������������1,800. The cash  receipts to date amount to $750,  while the amount pledged monthly  is $85. < Mr. Welsh wishes to state  that-the work of the treasurer  would be-greatly facilitated if.all  those contributing' to the fund  would make-their deposits at thc  bank regularly to the credit of the  M.Y.M.C.A*-. Suitable -acknowledgment of the -.same will be made  each month in'the.local press.   ,  !VER? in the sodden trenches amid-.vtlfe bursting  ^r   shells, and the roar ofckriillery where ������������������ahada's .  * \ - ' " -  ,- V '" -'  S-'" -. -��������������������������� - "7-*--*   "���������������������������--   -   '      -    >',   S- '"' ���������������������������"V'-^"��������������������������� s v v'*-' ���������������������������������������������  -boys are fighting and dying!'Jj^ .      % v-///:;/   v    : /;  . ���������������������������they, arey waiting^ for^^Ganada;s. answer! when tlie  ���������������������������sale\6f Victory Bonds"begins^-" '--  \  ,     ., ;~v       ."^  GANADA!S soldiers expect that   *   , ��������������������������� that   the. Canadian ,hand to. -    .-"  , ^wekthomewillpiituplthemil-*   -the plow of^V4ctpry-^blds"'ste^-'^."v^v.  '/ - lions'they need to keep on,fighting, ss~iafsi and.finn. ";-/- ^_,v/fV J-'r vifvL- :v>'  ^^r'T'^v < ^Vu^-v;v>:-V^r:^ s^s^7^j:'s>^^J^^:s^^s>--^^^Ji  ? y *-7 :r~the -millionsytffeyV'must'rhavet- ry/^that"Canadais in deadlytearnest?, 4; :\, vl  V^r  -to^win Victory for-freedom?-home -7iVwhen! she- says J.thV^last'faah.and . 7 - /  M   atirl ranaA*" /     ''< S     '      _      ,-*:    y;*.-;������������������ the last dollgir." /-,    '"S        t'- -.)    ''   /"-/   -V.  ,and Canada.;  .  What answer will Canada make?/*  /  .    What answer will you make?  r       Shall it be/said-that Canada  -- , spares, not her sons from the sacri-  ? ' fice of battle, - yet withholds her * '  ;   . dollars to giye them victory? ,v ���������������������������  _���������������������������',   . Rattier will it"be said Ithat Canada once more,  for   the   fourth  time  in   three   years, ctieerfully  __, puts up her millions upon millions  =^^f6r^the=sc^s^_~bf"~freedom7*right?^=  eousness and justice.  Canada's answer must be,  * ,       ** T ���������������������������>    ���������������������������*  ^ V *"   ���������������������������:  'That- is the answer'Ganada/will-^  giye to our boys in the trenches,  -our kinsmen iri Britian, and our /  -Allies everywhere.   . ; ;   V  That is the answer we will "give .  to the Huns who thought and said -  that   Canada  would desert  the "  Empire before she would fight or,. ,  pay. ''*'.-.--  Every   bond   you   buy   is  an,  . answer. _ Let the ^millions of an  swers from Canada's _ loyal men  and women make a chorus of  Victory to ring around the world.  Canada's Victory Loqui Campaign  opens on Monday, November 12  "Canada's Victory Loan  All About It"  is the title of "a pamphlet  that should be in the  hands of every man arid  V      woman in the country.  Mail this coupon at  once and get your copy  Chairman, Provincial Committee,  Canada's Victory Loan,  Vancouver  Kindly send me a copy of pamphlet entitled:  " Canada's Victory Loan, All About It."  Name.  Street or R.R.  p.o..................;  Prov.................  Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee  in co-operation with the Minister of Finance  of the Dominion of Canada.  73  ���������������������������t.r  rff^  political issues while here.    He is  the same intense, sincere character  *  as of old, when first chosen to rep- ���������������������������,  resent    Yalc-Carriboo   in   the   Do- ^  minion,House,  but the  past  few  strenuous years of public life and  war worries have left their mark.  Owing  to   the   pressure  of  many  other calls, and the limited time at  his disposal, it was impossible for ~  the;^federal 'minister to address a  ���������������������������  public meeting.-   In the  statement1'  issued by Sir Wilfrid-Laurier he.:  expressed the wish that a Liberal   -���������������������������  candidate be placed in the"field in.,/  every   constituency.    It  is  under- -J  stood -that. the ^Liberals  attending- ���������������������������  the  convention  held  at**"Penticton'","  lasKweek"5 were not unanimous by V  any/means in deciding not" to'put  7  a Liberal in the field against Hon.  -Martin Burrell, and it is now ap- *���������������������������  parentrthat an independent Liberal.--���������������������������'*  may be placed in nomination/' In /  this case-it will mean a" hot pon-V'*!  testj'- and if this, is to be,'-the' elec- .-���������������������������  torswwill    undoubtedly "have   the'  pleasure of hearing Mr. Burrell^be- ���������������������������*-.  fore the campaign is over:-        V    :'  .\j-  L Military Service Act; ss��������������������������� [T7  ''        "      ������������������������������������������������������ ^     " ' V    --'hS --.  Oyer confidence has-perhaps re-   -.  suited in more failure of'the'Allies'.? ~~  in the great^jwar .than - any/btheV,������������������-".  one thing.:   Over confidence/madeVV1  us get/in bad on, the "Dardanelles;',/  over, cbnfide'nce-lost'the best part" '-'  of Russia .to the enemy; over con- >/  lidcnce^ lost ."Serbia, lost7 Rumania,"/':  lost;'or.  is-losing,.-the  Venetian:Vv  Plains in-Italy.   Over confidence "is V"  going,lt'o/lose the. election for-theV/  Unionists ticket   in^r Canada unless :.--1.  there*, comes an. awakening. -��������������������������� It Us s >/  worse than blindness toy refuse 'to^j ������������������*V*  see the meaning of:the cold recep^'S���������������������������S������������������  tion-accorded "the .Military Service/;  '-> "**'-.  ������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������.  4 ' /Ml  . 'i--"ai  si    -GWil  "-',. <���������������������������;<".. ,  registering /-all  oven'^Cahada/s.only ���������������������������''."% SSfSiS?1}  12,975^rep*orted., for^ service.^; 144,-^fjfr;;V *4:  626 ^claimed;, exemption.' VArid^in^i" f^S.-s-rs^  British"Columbia, but ,oUs7. total 'of'V^l/^ ^/r/'|  37i00(&eli������������������MesVunde?-4heNflreU^  for - military    "    "    '     '" *���������������������������*-*n*  registered  "Victory, Bonds Campaign  ������������������'A meeting" is- to ^be held -inytlieT 'SI  City-Hall this (Thursday)'evening'-"*  of all*citizens.interested inimaking" '*-  the': Victory Loan campaign a.suc--"'    >  cess'in'this-community. s^The pur-- . >  pose is to complete the "organiza-    ,  ,  tion   of t the"   work -and'appoint/ ^..  committe*es.  , The    Victory - Loany   * -  must be made a success'    It'must t> -y  succeed in. every,community, and    . .  every citizen   is   personally, inter-   . ,  ested "in  making it succeed.    Wei ;  cannot afi'ord to allow our part of,   -  the Victory Loan line to be weak.  There is work for all to' do.   There 'S  are-Victory���������������������������Bonds=-for-=all-to^buy.-=^=;  It is a patriotic duty.   It is a. safe ,  business   venture   as   well.     The  bonds  pay  5 V<i   per cent -interest,  and are backed by the Dominion of  Canada.   Nothing safer.   Will you  attend the meeting?   Eight o'clock.  ^.~'.-i  Russia Definitely Calls Quits  Some days ago. Premier Keren-  sky issued an interview definitely  stating that Russia was out of the  war, and was in no position to  fight longer. Hc said if thc United  "States'really wanted lo help his  war-battered people, they should  send them shoes and money. He  threw the blame upon England and  her allies for thc manner in which  Russia had to ben.- thc brunt of thc  German onslaught the first two  years of the conllict. *  In reply to this statement, Frank  H. Simonds, American military expert, says "it is a great, and enduring insult that Kercnsky has done  his allies���������������������������to those allies all of  whom were still loyal to Russia."  "Even at a time when wc must  clearly perceive how terrible for  the Allies, for us, has been the Russian, collapse," he observes, "wc  shall not give way to hitler words  or fail to recognize how much good  may flow thereafter from the  emancipation of the Russian people. Yet, since the war remains,  and v?ince all our future depends  upon a successful termination of  the struggle, it must be thc duty  of those who direct Allied policy,  who direct American policy, to  recognize that Russia has ceased to  be a factor in the war, and that all  our resources and all our efforts,  and all our aid must be concentrated in the fields and in the  countries whose soldiers are still  fighting for thc common cause." THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, November 8, 191*3  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II. * M    WALKKK  Advertising Rate:   Transient,-50c an ineh 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 8, 1917  HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Al- the joint convention ol' Liberals and Conservatives nl Pcnliclon lasl Wednesday, thc nominalion ol* Mon. Marlin Burrcll as member ol" lhc  Dominion House for Yale was made unanimous  by lhc Conservatives'and the Liberals decided nol  to piacc a candidate in the field in opposition-  It is reasonable tp suppose, therefore, that"Hon.  Martin Burrell will continue to represent this  riding in Dominion all'airs. This choice cannot  but give satisfaction to all parties, for Mr. Burrell  has served his constituency well and also the  Dominion as Minister of Agriculture. Complaint  has been heard from a certain quarter thai Mr.  Burreil failed to administer the Department of  Agriculture as aggressively as was necessary under lhc stress of war demands. But these complaints cannol bc sustained when one compares  the work accomplished by our minister to that  of agricultural ministers who have gone before.  in the Union Government Hon. Martin Burrcll  has bcen given' the post, ol"secretary of state, a  position perhaps more suited to his nature and  ability lhan lhat of Minister of Agricullurc. And  in this capacity avc may expect to see Mr. Burrcll  "make good." He was 'incapacitated for thc  work of his department by injuries received in  TlTe^fiix' wTTicirdc^ri-oyecrilie capitol vnrorilhsVrgd7  and a prolonged rest was required lo place him  "on his feel" again. But Mr. Burrell i.s now "all  there," and we may look to his administration of  the all'airs of secretary of slate for the best interest of Canada and lhe Empire. The Liberal  leaders of the parly in this riding recognize in  Mr. Burrell lhe man lhc riding requires at this  lime, and lhcy will do all in their power to assist  -him-in-carrying on. ���������������������������-      ���������������������������  two classes���������������������������capitalists and proletariat. The  movement in England has no great leader, but  the London Times recognizes in it a national  danger when it says: "It is in fact industrial anarchism, and this is always the sequence of revolutionary agitations, the more violent forms  driving out the less in an ascending scale. British  workmen have learned during the war that they  only have to strike or threaten to strike to get  morc money. The upshot is lhat obscure revolutionaries have the Governmcnl and the nalion  by lhe throat and mean to strangle them."  Thc war has given powerful stimulus to social  unrest everywhere. This problem Avill be intensified a hundredfold when millions of soldiers return to lhcir homes and demand a place in thc  industrial life of lhcir respective nalions. For  this reason wc do not look for an early ending of  the war. Even aflcr peace negotiations arc in-  ilialcd, and lhc lighting is ended, we do not expect to sec any movement of troops homeward  on a large scale for many months following lhe  end.,. They musl bc sent home in small numbers  and assimilated by the commercial'and industrial  world. To have them appear in large numbers  would mean disaster. The situation cannot be  ignored. 11 must be met in a spirit of conciliation by both labor ancl capital. If it is not met  in such a spirit, and there is any movement on  the part of either party of an arbitrary or commanding nature, then we shall sec industrial revolution at home as sure as night follows day.  Those who can't go across can come across���������������������������  buy Victor Bonds  MUST GET TOGETHER  The safest  investment  in  the world���������������������������Victory  Bonds.  THE "MENACE"  The New York Call insists lhat ".Socialism i.s  coming inlo lhe woi Id through war." There is  noihing "lo be gained by blinding our eyes lo the  fuel, and, if properly accepted and utilized, there  is noihing lo fear from such a coming. In fact,  stale socialism is already a fact in England.Germany. France, Austria, America, in short every  ���������������������������(.���������������������������oiinlrv now engaged in war. Socialism of lhe  individual type, is in vogc in Russia, where il  stalks aboul thai land boasting what fl will do  when il comes inlo power. The world may well  shrink from lhe terrible picture presented by  Russia, bul il has noihing to fear from what we.  have loday in our own and allied nations���������������������������slate  socialism. Compared to pre-war conditions,  even stale socialism may be loo militaristic for  mosl ol" us to accept freely, but il is undoubtedly  to be the government of ihe future, and we may  as well get accustomed to il while the war is on  so wo can make lhe besl of il when peace comes.  The world must decide. Either stale socialism  or socialism of the proletariat Even in conservative England a movemenl similar to thai having  full swing in Russia is gaining headway. Its  backers follow Marx and divide all societv inlo  The interest of every home, of every community, of every slate, of every nalion, of humanity, lies in concord, not conflict All real  eminence rests on thc victories of peace, not  those of war. For this reason, men of, clear  vision in all parts of the world arc loday urging  nations and empires to get together on a common basis of fellowship and the good of all.  Politicians and government leaders in all nalions  arc opposed to any such program. Onc idea  reigns triumphant amongst them���������������������������lhc idea of  power! . Wc would not say there arc not exceptions even in the ruling class and politicians, but  these exceptions are like voices crying in the  wilderness, compared to thc prejudices and evil  inilucnccs which control public affairs. Ancl this,  loo, at such a period in the affairs of thc world!  Gold, gold, gold; this is the power���������������������������thc curse���������������������������  of/lhe age. While such a spirit prevails there is  Utile hope of lhc world getting good out of thc  crisis prevailing. And just so long as the peoples  of lhc world continue to trust blindly the policy  of secret diplomacy, which brought thc world to  lhc present eataslrophy, just so long may we expect lo sec affairs hopelessly mismanaged; just  so long may we expect lo go from bad to worse;  just so long may wc expect to bc drawn on, degree by degree, step by step,, under cover of  plausible excuses, under the cover of highly philanthropic sentiments, to irreparable disaster,  and to disgrace thai it will bc impossible to  elf ace.  Tiie Cleanest 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.  Mcdaiyl>  EiOOTENAY RANGE  LONDON      TORONTO      MONTREAL      WINNIPEG      VANCOUVER  ST. JOHN, N.B.     HAMILTON      CALGARY 14  SASKATOON   ' EDMONTON  For sale  by  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  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: ...........r  15.00  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���������������������������derby  "We've ready to serve you**  THE WALKER PRESS    ���������������������������':   ' ENDERBY,:.B.C  ing Edward  Soldiers   give   Iheir   lives,  money.    Buy Victory Bonds.  Capital lends ils  DOING ONE'S DUTY  = Every man and every woman.knows within his  or her own conscience whether or not he or shc  is doing his $r her full duly in the present grave  crisis ot" the country. It seems to us impertinent  to urge that more bc done than is being done;  lhat this onc or lhat one is not doing enough;  that anyone should say of anothcr,"you arc not  doing as much as I." With the placing of the  Victory Bonds'before our Canadian people, Uic  fiovornmenl appeals lo each man and woman to  do his or her Iul'Vluty. What that duly may be  must rest wilh thc individual, but thc Governmcnl urges lhat il" possible every man and every  woman invest in onc of lhc $50 bonds. A bond  in every home, al least.  God   Snve   our  splendid   men,  Bring them safe home again,  God save our men:  Bring them  victorious,  Patient and chivalrous,  They are so dear to us,  God save our men.  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  Enderby  King EdwardHotel, p^^^^  m^_7s^r^^  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Choice cuts always at your command,  and prompt delivery. .  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  SECRET SOCIETIES  Thus wc sing. Bul do you know lhat dollars  invested in the new Victory Bonds will help to  clothe and i'ced those soldiers in France. Every  dollar invested will help 1111 lhcir canteens and to  load lhcir guns. Wc who must remain at home  comprise the supporting army of our men on the  firing line. And unless each and everyone of us  docs his full share lo make lhc Victory Loan a  success, we will fail lo discharge our lull duty to  the men over there. And our very lips shall  mock us when we sing of our Canadian men.  Monday, December 17lh, has been set as thc  dale of the Dominion election, and nominalion  dav November 19lh.  Canada needs your money���������������������������buy Victory Bonds  If vou can't enlist���������������������������invest! Buv Viclorv Bonds!  C. METCALFE  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. in. in.Odd-  fellows Hnll. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Moots every Monday evening  in K.of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  CHAS. HAWIN9. C. C.  H. M. WALKER K. It. S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  Hall suitable forConcorts, 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.  ���������������������������^eoal-niiuing-righls^of-the-Domin^  ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and .a porti-on  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term'of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2560 acres  will be leased io one applicant.  Application for a lease'must be  made by .the applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of the clrs-  lricI in which righIs applied for are  situated.  In surveyed , territory the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, aiicl  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall bc staked oul b'y  the applicant himself.  Each application musl be accompanied by a fee of So which will bc  refunded if the righls applied for  arc not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall bc paid on the merchantable owlput'of thc mine at the  rale of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish the Agent with sworn  relurns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If the coal mining rights arc not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the co*)!  mining rights only, but tbe lessee  may bc permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as'may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at thc 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.--Unnulhorizcd publication of  Ihis advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575. fr  Thursday, November 8> 1917  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  The Military  Service Act, 1917  DON'T DELAY!  Do It TODAY  TTHE MILITARY SERVICE ACT is passed; the Procla-  * mation issued October 13th. It is now the bounden duty  of eVery man in Class One to report for service or claim  exemption. This includes all bachelors and widowers without  children (not otherwise excepted) who were 20 years old on  the 13th October,;1917, and whose 34th birthday did not  occur before January 1st, 1917.  What To Do  Go to your Post Office and ask for the form for reporting for service or  for claiming exemption. The form contains clear instructions for filling  Do this not later than NOVEMBER 10th.  pledge of the Dominion of Canada  to pay any man money for value  received is as good as the wheat  and as safe as the Bank of England.  . The best pledge of the Dominion of Canada to pay is a Canadian Victory Bond; better than  checks or bills���������������������������as good as wheat.  A' man who was afraid of thunder crawled into a hollow log as a  place of safety during���������������������������a thunder  storm. The thunder rolled and  the rain poured down in torrents,  and the old log began to swell up  till the poor fellow was wedged  in so tight that he could not get  out. All his past sins began passing before him. Suddenly he remembered he hadn't paid his  newspaper subscription,' and he  felt so small that he was able to  back right out. ;__  Election Time Loyalty  Election time was drawing  near and an enthusiastic politi- /  cian was addressing his constituents ih a frenzied speech. Not  a few of his assertions, .reduced  to cold thought were diametrically opposed to one another, but  each'proposal was received with  applause. t A judge turned to his  companion and said: "This reminds me of the Irish leader who  was cheering his men on to battle. 'Min,' said he, 'ye are on .  the verge of battle. I want to ask  ye before ye start, will yez fight  or will . yez run?' 'We will,'  came a chorus of  eager replies.  ". 'Which will yez do?' says he.  " 'We"will not,' says thev  '"Aha, thank ye, me min,' says  he," 'I thought ye would.'���������������������������Phila-C  delphia Ledger. \-  ln.  321  Beware of the Last Minute Rush  i  With so many thousands of reports and claims to be dealt with, the rush  of Class One Men will grow heavier day by day. ' Ypu will waste less of  your time and serve your own best interests if you avoid the inevitable  rush oii the last days;    \ V  The law is being enforced with fhe Government and the People firmly  behind it.   Obey the law. " Do it today. :  .  Issued by \        ,  -  ������������������       . The Military Service Council  ' - - - y  - , . -     .    ���������������������������     ' i        -' - <  n^tmm-BmmmK^mmmmrarma-t���������������������������wammmmmmmmmmmmmimmmimmm^^  He also fights who helps the fighter fight; buy Victory Bonds  CANADA  MILITARY SERVICE ACT 1917  ���������������������������i<  SOLDIERS OVERSEAS  Requests for Their Return to  Canada Should be Few  Owing to the large number of  requests of a personal nature,  for the return toL Canada of soldiers serving overseas in the C.  E;F., received, by - the military  authorities, the following information is published in order to explain the methods, which in the  interests of" fair and equitable  treatment of all soldiers, are followed in each case.  "1.- In the homes' bf soldiers  who are -absent, there occur  what might be termed the inevitable tragedies of life, in the  serious or fatal illness of niem-  "b^rs'of their=familiesv^In���������������������������these  circumstances the quite natural  desire arises on the part of v the  relatives to have the soldiers return home, and numerous requests are made to'this effect.  Such cases form the major portion of those coming under this  heading.  - 2. While these cases are very  distressing, they are, unfortunately, the unavoidable incidents of  war, and it is obviously impossible, where so many men are concerned, fcracceed to any of these  requests except in cases of the  most extreme urgency.  3. Further, owing to the critical stage which the war has now  reached, and under present conditions, it has been found impossible to grant furlough to return  to Canada for the reason only,  that one of his relatives is seriously ill or has died. Only in extremely urgent cases can applications be considered, where, for  instance, business complications  in connection with an estate, or  arrangements for the care and  maintenance of the remaining  members of the family require a  soldier's personal attention.  4. In such cases, application  should be submitted to the Assistant Adjutant General, Military  District No. 11, Victoria, B.C.,  who will cause the same to be investigated and forwarded with  the recommendation of the officer commanding district, to militia headquarters at Otta'va.  : Thejapplication-: should be accompanied in each instance by  definite information, and satisfactory evidence of ] the facts  stated, endorsed by one or more  responsible . persons, who can  vouch forthe facts.  . 6. The fact of a soldier being  wounded or. sick in hospital in  either England or France, is not  a sufficient reason for making a  request for his return to Canada.  The man in every case is receiv-.  ing the' best and most efficient  medical care and nursing, and  not until he is fully recovered  and rested. will he be'returned  for duty. Oh the ' other hand,  should his case be such as to permanently incapacitate him from  active service, he will, in the or-  dinarywaybe'returned^to^Cari^  ada at the earliest possible moment for disposal    -  6. . Relatives and friends of  men'at.the front are therefore  requested to carefully consider  each Individual case in view of  these requirements, and only to  submit applications in urgent  cases of absolute necessity, such  as above outlined.  An American Tribute  No troops have gained more  honor, or won more glory on the  field of battle, than have the  troops from Canada. In no action  in which they have taken part  have they failed to distinguish  themselves by singular valor.  The healthy climate is in a measure responsible for their wonderful snowing, but there is another reason why Canadians have  excelled. The first Canadians to  take up arms for the Mother  Country were hailed as heroes  by their British cousins. England  realized that men from a country  not directly menaced by the war  must be animated by the highest  motives of loyalty and patriotism  to risk their lives for the right.  England's estimate of Canadian  worth proved just. In the first  terrible days of the German rush,  as soon as Canadians appeared in  the trenches they won honors of  war. The Canadians who followed  were in duty'bound to live up to  the high standards set by their  forerunners and .in this they, did  nobly. What has been said.of the  Canadians must also, be true of  Americans. The first- Americans  who fought tht enemy have set  .a-high standard for our troops  to. follow. Not only have; we the  American ideals of former wars  to guide us, but we have the personal exploits of our own men" in  this greatest of all wars. Territorial neighbors of Canada, it should  not be long before we are her  neighbors in the field of American glory. ���������������������������St.Louis Star.  'Good as the Wheat'  "Good as the wheat" is an old  motto, about as much the last  -word.in-meaning^asJJSafe.as^the.  bank of England." When we say  "good as the wheat" we refer to  the bushel of brown, hard kernels  worth by Govarnment fixture  this year, $2,20. In the memory  of living man when did "good as  the wheat" mean more than it  does now? Never. A bag of  wheat weighing two bushels and  a peck tots up in 1917 to just  about the value of a five-dollar  gold piece. But of course no man  wants gold for his wheat. All he  gets is a check made out in his  favor on some bank and signed  by- the manager of some elevator  or milling concern. The check is  converted into bills or goes on deposit. Good wheat; good paper:  nobody asks any questions. Because the company is 0. K. If any  wheat-seller had^any doubt of it  he would at once' demand something else.  "I sold good wheat," he would  say. ' 'I want something as good  in exchange."  What made the wheat good?  The good farmer behind it. A  poor farmer can make poor wheat  out of good seed. What makes  the paper money good? The security of the corporation whose  name it bears. The sounder the  corporation, the paper comes to  being as good as the wheat. But  even a big company may go  broke:"  Back of the corporation is a concern whose guarantee on a piece  of paper is better than either. The  V  For lhe Attention of Class One Men  The location of The Exemption Tribunals ih  this district is as follows:���������������������������  Tribunal B. C. No. 72r-Vernon  B.C. No. 73���������������������������Salmon Arm  These Tribunals will commence to deal with claims for  exemption on November 8th..  All claims foryexemption must be made not later' than V  November- 10th:   '-V*    .   '. V '     '-        ; '-.���������������������������'-:'���������������������������'*.       <-.L  Those who make or have made their claim for exemp-,,.  tion in "writing through the Post Office will '; receive.,y  notice by registered letter of date on which their claim  will be dealt with.    .     . ;   ' .-���������������������������       . -.   V;  Those who neglect to make use of the Post Office must  present themselves in person at a Tribunal on November  8th, 9th or 10th, and they will then be informed as to  -when their claims will be dealt with.  Reports for service must be made on or before November  10th through the Post Office,    y  Severe penalties are provided by law for failure to report  for service or claim exemption as above.  _*.  tor  'Issued by  The Military Service Council  Mem  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  Thc Directors of this Association beg to announce lhat,  aflcr almost endless difficulties and discouragements, they feel  lhat they have perfected an organization ior manufacturing  and selling a buller product not excelled in tlie Province- Try  a pound of "NOCA" butter on your own lablc and bc convinced  of ils excellent quality.   Your grocer will get it for you.  Financial arrangements have iioav been made which has  done away wilh tbe serious inconvenience of occasionally having cheques refused.  Wc guarantee to pay not less than 42c for butter fat delivered in November���������������������������morc if lhc markets warrant.  Patronize home industry and have a little ready cash every  monlh. We want thc small shipments���������������������������the large shipments  will lake care of themselves.  For further information see R. J. Coltart or William Jones,  Directors representing Enderby, Grindrod and Mara.  NORTHERN OKANAGAN CREAMERY ASSOCIATION.  IS YOUR LINE BUSY?  The busier you keep your Telephone line, the more  business it'will bring you at a profit.  Time saved in businesses money made.  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.  *>>.  ..   -   %r~f   ���������������������������       ''(fig I  =   3 . i"        T-j ���������������������������  ���������������������������T -    <"���������������������������&���������������������������  ** ���������������������������" iV "'"^V*** I  ^ *-������������������'* "*"���������������������������. *v hVs& I  V;/Ss#|  rV^'gS?|  "V -  f-^  I I  OKANAGAN TELEPHONE CO. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, November 8, 191 "J  Save  20  o  By ordering a  NEW  EDISON  Diamond Amberola  TO-DAY !  Model'30,.with. 12 Blue  Amberol.Records,"������������������43.40 ���������������������������  EASY PAYMENTS  arranged  Prices will advance 20 p.c. J������������������n. 1st.  The New Victory Loan  All cannot go to the trenches!  'Hint's obvious. Some are too-old,  some too young; while others have  lies which prevent. .I"Jut who  would n't take a shot at thc enemy  ii" that shot could be fired right  here at home.? Wouldn't you strike  \ blow for victory and hasten the  end of the war? And you can! If  you are intending lo take a Victory  Bond, you will lind at thc oflice of  the Press full details as to how to  Piocecd to get one. It is all very  simple. You have only to make application and make a small initial  payment when you sign. In due  course thc bond is received by the  bank, and you will be notified,  when the balance of thc payment  will be made and thc bond turned  over to you. These Victory Bonds  bear interest al the rate of 0V2 per  cent and arc the safest investment  in the world.  Grindrod LiberaUo "Our Day"  Grindrod     people     contributed  handsomely   to    the    British -Red:  Cross Fund on "Our Day," a total,  of  $01.55  being  raised.    The  following  donated:  Miss   Sutton    $1.00 ;  J.    Monk      1.00 j  Miss E. Peacock   50 j  Mrs. A. Peacock    1.00}  Mrs.  Knapp   1.00'I  Mr.  Holl'man   1.00'  1.00  .50  .50'  .50'"  .50!  1.00  W  .1.  P.  R.  J.  E.  W  J.  At a meeting of the American  Advertisers' Association, Arthur  Brisbane, an authority on thc. subject of newspaper adveriising.said:  "Not the country publisher but  lhe business man i.s lhe chief sufferer^ frointhe fact UiaVoutyiner-  chants and manufacturors have not  utilized the country newspapers'  advertising columns as lhcy should  and can he uiilized. Remember  these facts: lie who reads the little  crossroads newspaper or the larger  newspaper of the fair-sized town i.s  a  man  who  buys everything.  Universal    service���������������������������buy   Vie-  Itjrv Bonds.  Furniture,  Pictures  Books For Sale  This monlh I must clear out  everything in my house. Many  choice pieces of furniture still remain. Over 500 books must be  sold, including complete sets of  Scotl. Lyllon and Dickens, and  others loo numerous lo mention;  line for Christmas presents. Pic-  lures, carpels and dishes yet to go.  Crockery, glassware and figured  China at less than wholesale price,  ul���������������������������  Till-   EN I) KM BY   MUSIC   STORE  .1.   E.  CRANE,   Prop.  Mr.  Weir '..'.'   Mrs.   Morton   Mrs. George   Mrs.   Smith   A.   Fyall   A. Tomkinson        ,  R.  Stoward   1.00  H. Knapp  '1.50  1).  McManus   .......... .....    .30  R. Dale..     -25  A.   Larson  .'...* 50  Mrs. A. Rosoman     .50  R.  Lidslone    50  Huffman      LOO  Wynne  1.00.  Mack    50  Chadwick    o0  McKay    ' 50  Smith     1.00  McSherry   .,   1.00  ���������������������������. A. Turner    2;">  Mr. and Mrs. Rutchart   2.00  Mr. and Mrs. Twigg   2.00  Mr. and Mrs. Emeny   2.00  W. Monk Jr   1.00  Miss  N.  Monk    ���������������������������    .50  Miss K. Monk   50  J.   Pollock      1.00  Rev. J.  Gretton    4o  Thos. Skyrme        .50  G.   Wells      1.JJ0  .1. D. Olson      1-00  \\V Mathie     LOO  Eric   Olson      L00  A. L. Watkins   o0  B. J. Auk!    :���������������������������    -50  J.  Tom kin-son      i-"U  J.  Rothwell      L00  Mrs. N. H. Crandelmire' ;>0  1.  Kirshfclt        .50  W. J. Greenland   10.00  Stoward    o0  H. Wells o0  M. Edgar no  LOO  L. Stroulger  5.00  G.  G.  S.  J.- Lambert   .  Mr. and Mrs.           ���������������������������  A  Friend     -j>0  Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Stroulger.. 2.00  Mrs.  Stoward     .50  Ed.   Emeny     l-J?  Mrs.   Graves    2o  Mr. and Mrs. Hadow   .������������������0  Mrs. Dondencau     L00  .00  Mail Order Selections  (Department H)  Ladies' Waists, sizes 34 to 44, Lawns and Voiles, large collars, long sleeves; Price $1.49  Bungalow Aprons; large and roomy; light and dark colors.    Price     , 85c  Cooking Aprons; strong; without bibs.   Price ;  39c  Ladies' House Dresses; splendid fitting; Print and Chambrays.   Price ........ r; 1.49  Ladies' Corsets for slight figures; elastic top.   Price  ...   ,. 1.95  Ladies' Tea Aprons; Embroidery Frills. .Price . . .ti :  29c  Children's Sweater Coats; 2 to 6 years; colors, Saxe, Coral and Navy.     Price ., 1.49  Chilrren's Feeders; Turkish Towelling. .Price  r 15c  MEN'S  WEAR \  Men's Black Cashmere Socks; All wool. .Price, 3 pairs for r,: $1.00  Soldier's Socks; heavy wool in Grey.    Price, 3   pairs for      1.00  Khaki Wool Shirts; Men's Collar attached.   Price .-..'.. ���������������������������      2.2  Men's Grey Flannel Shirts; English Flannel.   Price  L ........ S....  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� 1.98  Penman's Heavy Ribbed Wool Shirts and Drawers.    Price       149 each  Penman's No. 95 Medium-weight Combinations    Price  ....   ,    2.95 each  Boy's -Fleece Underwear; Shirts and;Drawers.- ^Price ....'.     59c each  Men's .Lumberman's Socks. .Price  i     98c pair  Boys' Special,Lumberman's Socks.   Price ".;... v     89c pair  HOUSE   SUPPLIES  Window Scrims; 36-inches wide; White, Cream and Ecru.  Price    25c.yd  Japanese Squares; sizes 6x8 feet.   Price     ���������������������������;    2.25  Galvanized Boilers; size 9.   Price  -r.       2.25  Toilet Set; 10-pieces; SPECIAL         3.49  Fancy Blue Tea Pots.   Price ; .....:     25c each  Strong Glass Tumblers; 6 for -      65c  Plain White Cups and Saucers; Price per dozen ,..'   2.25  SPECIAL  White Canton Flannel; 27-inches wide; Price, 7 yards for ������������������.      98c  Tea Cloths; medium weight; 6 for  3       59c  INCORPORATED 1670 -. - HERBERTE.BURBIDGE STOCK COMMISSIONER  VERNON, B. C.        -  Chinese Wine Returned  Sambo gets his "win" back. To  get a conviction before a magistrate who knows the law and is  determined to give every man n  fair hearing, requires that there be  evidence placed before the court  which demends a conviction. The  police magistrate in Vancouver hit  the nail on thc head a few days  ago when he remarked that some  people were carried away wiith  the idea that the duty of a magistrate is to assist the prosecution to  get a conviction, whereas thc real  duty of a magistrate is to hear evidence and sec that accused persons arc dealt with justly by the  state. In the Chinese case closed  this week before Magistrate Rosoman, the evidence produced by  the prosecution showed clearly  serious faults in 'the manner the  seizure of the "win" was made.  The case was dismissed and the  "rheumatise med'ein" ordered returned to Old Sambo.  FURNITURE FOR SALE���������������������������Large  ; cushioned wicker, arm chair,  S13; kitchen table with sugar &  flour bins, $5; and G-hole range,  .$25. Apply, C. P. Ryan, careA.  McPherson. 2t  FOR SALE���������������������������A well-bred Jersey  bull calf, 2 month old. W. F.  Collin, Enderby.  2t  Stand behind thc man behind  tlie qim���������������������������buy Victory Bonds  Laurier Makes Statement,  The long -looked-for statement  of Sir Wilfrid Laurier on the question of conscription and policy ih  dealing with the political "issues  arising out" of the fusion government program, was made public a  few days ago. Sir Wilfrid does  not make any alteration in the  stand taken by him some months  ago on thc conscription issue. At  that time he refused 'to enter the  proposed Union government on���������������������������the  ground that he was opposed to  conscription being forced upon the  country before it was submitted to  thc people. He still holds to this  opinion, and offers .to go to the  country on this issue. He urges  his followers to put a candidate in  thc field in each constituency.  Forty-two Cents for Butter Fat  Attention is-drawn to thc notice  of the Northern Okanagan Creamery Association in this issue of the  Press. The statement is'iimde that  the association has successfully  surmounted the difficulties which  have been encountered in recent  months and is now producing the  best quality of butter and at the  same lime paying the highest price  to farmers for butter fat. The  price guaranteed fo,r November is  42c, which ought to induce cream  producers in the vicinity, of Enderby to patronize the local creamery.  All creamery. cheques are made  pavable at par in Enderby, and a  settlement is made each month for  all cream received.    -  ESTABLISHED 100 YEARS (1817'  Capit.l Paid up       -       $16,000,000  Rett      ��������������������������� "."'-"  -    - 16,000,000  Total Asiets (April 1917) 386,806,887  Dominion Government  War Savings Certificates can  and should be purchased by  everyone who can accumulate from $21.50 upward  in a Savings Account in the  Bank of Montreal.  D. R. CLARKE,  Supt.. British Columbia Branches.  VANCOUVER.  C.   B.  Winter,  Manager,   Enderby Branch.  BRANCHES IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  Penticton,       ���������������������������       Summerl������������������n4  Princeton,      ���������������������������       Vernon.  mm  Armstrong,  Kelnwna,  MEN:  It's Time to Think of Winter Clothing  Notwithstanding the fact that it is difficult to procure many  lines of Woolen Goods, wc are fortunate in having for your selection  a full range of the following reliable makes:  Carss Pants���������������������������'lhe same as they   always   wern,   THE   BESl.  Slanficld's Underwear, in all weights; still all wool and unshrinkable. ��������������������������� ...  Claris Wool Shirts���������������������������a full range of greys, etc.   Also a few of the  double-breasted  and  back miltons.  Lumberman's Rubbers���������������������������Buy thc one with the white sole, Ync  guarantee it to outwear any other rubber made.  Full range of Gloves and Mitts, in bolh wool and leather.  Inspect our range of new Fall. Suits; from .$18.00 up.  Copenhagen  Chewing  IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW  i COPENHAGEN  r/��������������������������� SNUFf ���������������������������'���������������������������  It is manufactured  tobacco in its purest  form.  It has a pleasing  flavor.  It is tobacco scientifically' prepared  for man's use.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  AVE CARRY A FULL LINE OF  Groceries, Flour and Feed  WHICH ARE ALWAYS FRESH, AND PRICES LOW.  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  TEEGE    &    SON,        Bell Block, Enderby  MAT HASSEN  Auctioneer  ancl  Live Stock  Salesman  Farm Sales my specialty.    See me  about  your  sales  Armstrong  B. C.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  Renew your subscription to The Press  I  i  I  1

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