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 . ,. J*t.iW   *.���������������������������  7D  K  If    "     Enderby, B. C., January 10, 1918  AND      WALKER'S       WE EKLY  Vol. 10; No. 46; Whole No. 49S  [  ^  NEWS AND VIEWS  Mrs. Thos. Gray was a visitor  from Mara on  Saturday.  W: G. Fiiulknu' and Ed. Sparrow  left for Vancouver Saturday to attend college.  Wm. Witala, the pioneer seclion ,man of Mara, was shopping  in Enderby on Saturday.  Miss M. Harlry, Miss M; Mackay  and Miss Jean Duncan left for New  -   Westminster to  attend  school.  Miss Moser, who was visiting  her sister, Mrs. Patton, last week,  returned to Mara on  Saturday.  It is said on very reliable authority that Uncle Sam already has  several hundred thousand troops  in Fiance-  Mrs. P. Miller, -who has becn  visiting her parents, Mr.** and Mrs.  W. Jones, the past few weeks, left  for home oiv Wednesday.'  Mr. J. Wilson "and son left Wednesday for their home., in Revelstoke, after visiting Mr. and Mrs..  Geo.. Folkard for the holidays.  Mrs. J. N. Giant and family left  for the Fast on. Saturday, where  they expect to remain at the home  of her parents for some months.  According to a" letter recently  received by Mr. F. S. Stevens, his  son, Percy,"arrived in Washington  a    few, days     ago, -with   .Oregon  ' tr-fiiVjs bound for Overseas..  ,f -  Pte. Robert Salt is .another Enderby boy to receive the Military  Medal "for- distinguished' service.  ThisV- coveted distinction came  with two bars a cshort time ago.  c ������������������ -  .,-   -The .28lh  annual  convention  of  'the B.C. Fruit Glowers Association  will be held at Vic'ioria, Jan. 16-  17-18, next, under the- auspices".of  thc Provincial' Department of- Ag-  . ricultur.e "  Diviner services will-,he conducted in thc Methodist Church on  ���������������������������Sunday evening next .at 7.30, when  the preacher-will be the Rev. R.  ���������������������������W. Lee. - A hearty invitation is extended to all.  " Mr. Marshall .was always interested in the development of anything for the good of the district^  and particularly the .agricultural  industry. He was a "citizen esteemed, by all.  Until a proper loca'iion .is found  in the dry belt for the_ establishment of a hospital for bronchial  and asthma cases, returned soldier patients are  being sent  to  a  ���������������������������^ wi ng=o f^the=-Ve rnoiv=Hospital. ^  Mrs. H. P. Jaquest left Wedncs-  ������������������!"v for Vancouver, where si."  join her husband, who, it will be  good news to all friends learn, has  fully recovered from the protracted  illness of thc past year.  Word was received the ,-past  week that Ptc. William Duncan  has won the Military Medal on  service in France. Pte, pipican  left Fnderby v to join the medical  corps. He has been in continuous  service at the fronl, and lias seen  most of the big engagements in  which the Canadian have 'taken  part.  Mr. W. T. Marshall, a pioneer of  the Okanagan, and one of the first  men lo establish himself on. the  land at Lansdowne, died at His  farm home on Sunday, Jan." 6th,  after an illness covering many  months, aged 05 ycars. The funeral service will be conducted by  the Rev. R. W. Lee, from tlie Methodist Church, Armstrong, a't 2 p.  in. today; interment at Lansdowne  cemetery.  Rev. J. H. Gietton officiated at a  family wedding at Armstrong last  Saturday, when Miss May Cary  was married at the home of her  parents, to Mr. ��������������������������� Geo. H. Wells, of  Grindiod. The bride was formerly  teacher at the. Mara public school,  where' shc won a host of warm  friends by her obliging and winning wajrs. Mr. Wells is one of  Grindrod's promising young farmers, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.  A. Wells.  Well, lhat was a January thaw,  wasn't it! We are now gelling a  mild touch of what follows.  Will Hold Men on the Farms  The following statement has  The Enderby Masonic lodge has  taken over and remodeled i'or fraternal lodge purposes, lhc "upstairs  of the old Harvey building, on lhc!  river front, and all the fraternal]  lodges of the citv will centre in I of the Exemption Tribunals have  these quarters, fhe Odd Fellows' evidently misinterpreted the in-  . already have "joined with the Ma-1 structions of the Militia Council  sons and it is understood the local Knights of Pythias arc to give , ,. ,  up ihe hall in the Bell block and. ^SG^ exemption to men who are  go in wiih the other lodges.           I absolutely needed to continue the  operation oi iarms and the pro-  When  George  Buttcrworth,  the auction of foodstuffs. The "matter  new proprietor of the station store: has been considered by. the Gov  been issuedby the Government:���������������������������"  "The attention of the Minister  j of Agriculture has been.drawn to  a number of instanceswhere some  respecting the drafting of ^men  for overseas service and have re-  'at Mara, has a good thing he wants  ernment and an Ordcr-in-Council  passed as follows:���������������������������  "His Excellency the Governor  General in Council, upon the recommendation of the Acting Minister of Agriculture, and under  ancl by virtue of tiie, provision of  the War Measures Act, 1914, aud  Agri-  W"  V  to share it with h iscustomers. Tn  view of his taking o'ver. the stock  of the aMra Mercantile Company,  and finding an overload of very  good merchandise 'in some lines,  he is going to sell the overstock at  greatly  reduced  prices.  And he  is  taking the  printer's  ink way���������������������������thc j the Military   Service   Act,  only effectual way���������������������������of leiting the ("authorizes the Minister of  public know about it.   .His ad ap-1 culture to appoint a representa���������������������������  pears   in  another  column   of  The I tive of the Department of  Agri-  Press. ' ~      V      | culture in such districts in any  province in Canada as he may determine:  " *(1) To attend the- sittings  .. r  ,     ..,-..     ,-v,    , of the Tribunals appointed under  ever  satisfied -with  the  Oka-  th    Militar    SenM^ AcL toguard  nagan. He ran inlo a few ������������������������������������> the national interest' in.connec-  snaps with the wind- blowing the ! (,ionwith the production of food-  streets clean of snow and banking; Sf-Ufft, * - - ; . -.  it 15 feet deep in ."places of lodg-i .. ^2) To appeal from the; decision of the -Tribunals" in'any  , case where." in ,his* opinion," tho  nagan. where the .wmd she^don!t, Triubnal hasriot given due weigh.  blow and snowdrifts are "ot: to the urgency of maintaining our  known.,    Aid.   Coltart   says -living ��������������������������� f0od SUDnlies. rs T". "  expenses arc hot so;high here"as| A'(3*)"To investigate "and - re-,  they are in Ontario. On the mar-1 port upon appeals "of applications1  els  in  several  Ontario towns he  for.exemptions where tlie ground,!  Aid. Coltart, who returned last i  week from a visit-of a month or i  two  to   Ontario,   saysche   is   more!  than  ment,-andy he  is' entirely, satisfied  to  spend  his winters in  the Oka-  found ' Okanagan* .apples .and Arm-,  strong celery.        '"r        '���������������������������"" "'  J9}7 Council will Stan������������������J  "A deputation- of citizens waited  on Mayor PHI the"'1 past week and  he was finally induced to withdraw his1 determination to not allow his name to be placed- in no urination again. By concerted action of Ihe _ citizens, Aldermen  Collart, Nichol and Gaylord were  likewise induced to stand-- again,  and in addition to these, the names  of-appf al :or-^api")licationvf.is7-that  the party, "seekirig-"' -exemption  should in the national interest be  retained in-food production rather thanenrolled in'*the^Expeditionary Force.       7' V. -_   _    7  *' "The Minister of Agriculture  has been looking into'the"-matter  very thoroughly for ^ some days,  and from information' received  believes that some of the Exemption Tribunals have failed to give  due weight. to the urgency, of  maintaining our food supply. Jt  has been decided that immediate  of Mr. Fred. Barnes and Mr. Chas. action should be taken to prevent  reduction of output of foodstuffs'  and disorganization of work upon  the "���������������������������farnis.' " -  Hawkins   were   placed   in   nomination for aldermen.  An effort is to be made to avoid  the necessity for holding an election by chosing men who will go  an^by^-acclamalion.^^^^  The world will look a  lot brighter if  you take.Sundaydinner^t^KingEdjvard  A People'* Peace  "No recent event will, I believe, have so important a  bearing on the British political  situation as the decision of the  Labor-Socialist party to favor a  moderate peace formula," cables  Arthur S. Draper from  London.  When it is remembered that  Britain is the strongest economically of the European belligerents, some appreciation may  bc had of the cause and growth  of the peace movements. A people's peace is not only a possibility now but almost a certainty,  though it is impossible to calculate just when it will come. The  military leaders, I believe, will  demand another opportunity, to  win a decision and the odds' are  all in favor of their getting it.  But though a wave of moderation is sweeping- over Europe  there'are few quitters in the camp  here or in France., President Wilson's '/"Victory first" and Pichon's  "Conquer then settle" voice the  sentiment-, of- every.'- belligerent.  Nobody wants to- come out of the  war defeated. There are many  interpretations of'the word victory ranging from the program  of the German Junkers who now  shout with rage over Czernin's  and Kuehlmann's outlines . of  terms to the .latest formula of  British Labor. -  In theV Entente,' practically  every shade of opinion holds firm  to the belief that no lasting settlementVvill -beyreached until/Prussian militarism.no longer'--enjoys  the power to make war.^The majority and minority Socialists "of  Germany reply "You want.us to  rid'ourselves of them/ "but^"hovv  --would-you like ,us "to "demand -"the-  bverthro,w of-y out. King or President as proof that you are ready  for peace." -. _:     ���������������������������"   .S -..���������������������������'   V.~  President Wilson's distinction  between the German ruling classes and the people which had few  supporters when it was first advanced now has becojne generally,  acceptable though there are still  a handful of reactionaries who  hold that there is nothing good  in Germany. With this as a -basis,  the -Allied moderates' are now  trying to encourage the German  people to believe that if they  show signs-of desiring a change  in rulers, an honorable peace can  be made. Some moderates do not  go so far as to declare that no  peace is possible with the Hohen-  zollerns..  The working classes in Europe  hate militarism in every form and  that is why they advocate' so  strongly the scheme for a league  of nations. The growth of moderation is not dne to any sudden  change of spirit, it is the natural  result of all the suffering and  hardships that Europe endured  through forty-two months of war.  The argument that Germany  is satisfied with the results obtained from' her investment is  disproved by the shouts of protest today by the Pan-Germans.  ������������������  Daredevil Kate"  "Daredevil Kate, is a character  unique in literature and motion-  pictures," said Virginia Pearson,  star of the William Fox film which  bears the name of its heroine, and'  who will be shown at the Knderby  Opera House next Saturday evening. ' 'Kate begins by being a bad  woman; then she becomes good,  then fhe relapses into wickedness  with redoubled energy; and when  again she-becomes good,she does  so to stay."    ���������������������������. ,    .  It took a minute study of vari- -  ous types of women ��������������������������� for   Miss ,  Pearson to understand ; well, the   -  character pf Kate. She has something in common with  so many .  other characters of*" history and ���������������������������.  literature, yet "she is so distinctly-  ���������������������������  different from any other.   '. V ."-  - ' 'Kate represents to my mind," y 7  said Miss Pearson, ;''acomination "���������������������������',  of Carmen," Cleopatra; the Girl of >* __,  the..Golden West,-and" Cigarette, "yy  She has aygood side which is, not"-'  displayed in any, r of, those,,*, not /  even in Ouida!s famous Cigarette. ' V.  She.is a woman, of energy." and ���������������������������;-.'  courage, absolutely fearless;- she.yy-  i s-?7 worn ah. of -kindnessand Vvir-"::V  tue; ^without a spark of-real' evilV  in ;her heart." - ,\ v ,- VV ���������������������������,. - ^-'v - -  We wonder if, as ratepayers of an incorporated municipality, we citizens of Knderby  fully realize the position we are placing ourselves in through-the loose and indifferent  manner in which we are permitting the  water supply to the city to be handled? In  the past few months Constable Bailey has  been kept on the trot from town to the  water head to keep the intake clear of debris  or of ice. Several nights in recent weeks  we have had no water pressure in the mains,  and throughout" some days water patrons  have had to get along with a mere trickle  from the faucet. Under these conditions  our waterworks system for fire protection  is a farce. oThese conditions have be known  by all, but through sheer neglect we have  allowed it to go on. Some day or night  there might come a fire. And it might catch  us with no water in the mains. - We'd then  regret. But that regret wouldn't pay the  insurance losses, and the losses of others not  insured.  This weakness in our water system has  been recognized for the rjast five years. City  Councils have discussed it, but did little else.  All seemed to fear the cost. When Mr.  Ruttan was mayor an effort was made to  remedy the evil. Mayor Ruttan then presented to the council; a plan to make the in  take permanently effective. Bu$ the plan  was thought to be too expensive. Instead,  the in-take was moved a short distance upstream. It proved, but a make-shift. ��������������������������� The  trouble has gradually grown worse, until  this fall and winter we cannot tell from one  hour to another what the water pressure may  be, or when it may be off altogether. ���������������������������  This trouble, we are given to understand  by men who profess to know, can be overcome at very little cost. One hundred dollars, it is said, would more than cover the  cost. We believe Mayor Ruttan's figures,  five years ago, were some where between  $200 and $300. As a city we have done a  heap of cussing to save the money. And  we do not seem to consider the chances we  are taking. From a point of business and  justice this is wrong. Our waterworks system is a revenue producer. To skimp and  fiddle along with makeshifts is really costing  us more than to make a finished job of it.  Now is the time, when the water is low, to  divert the main body of water to the in-take  or build a permanent in-take of cement in  the water course. ] Haven't we fiddled along  with it long enough? Are we not entitled  to better service? Would not the insurance board demand a more steady pressure  if it knew about it? ���������������������������   -  :    Goin' *' Meetin'     .; i  .   The annnal meeting pf the Oka-  hagan .printers'.Guild,, will be held :  at" Vernon next Thursday and'Fri-���������������������������,  day.    .The   purpose, of   this   organization is to keep.printing prices ,  down "compatible-wilh war-prices  on   other  commodities  that  go   to  feed and clotlie the printer and liis.  patrons,   ancl   incidentally   to~~casc  the    troubled     brow    of   'brother,  craftsmen    plodding , punctiliously  the path of proper pricc.s for "phos-  phoicscent   printing���������������������������or  words  to  that' effect.    If you want any job of  printing iii a hurry get,it in to the  -]2re&s-=onicc^in^aJiuro:,^fmL==we_  don'L  intend   lo   do   a   tap  of "job  work next week between the hburs  of 11  o'clock Thursday, Jan. 17th,  and   5  o'clock  Saturday eve.    The  devil will be in charge of thc sanctum    sanctorum,    to    receive   anything in tbe way of collateral from  bucks (o bacon.  ���������������������������p-  Cream in Demand  Mr.   P.   B.   Willits,   representing  the   Kelowna  Creamery,   Ltd.,   was  in Enderby the  pasL week, and  in  his   ell'orts   to   interest   our   cream  producers be left  an ad to be run  in Tlie Press.   If you are interested  look up thc ad.    You will find tliat  they   are   offering   '17c   per   pound  butter fat, F.O.B. your station, and  return   your   cans   free   ncxl   dav.  This  is '(he best  price yet offered  1 our farmers, and should make any  lof them having cream to sell  take  'notice.    Mr. Willits stales that the  I Kelowna Creamery has becn a big  success from the start.    They have  an   unlimited     demand     for   their  butter  and   arc  paying  the  biggest  price   possible   for   cream.  The big annual clean-up sale of  lhc Hudson Bay, Vernon, is on this  week and ncxl. Enderby district  patrons arc taking advantage of  the many rare-bargains offered.  WANTED���������������������������At once; some hay or  oat straw in exchange for sawing up your cordwood or poles.  Address, Percy Rosoman. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 10, 1918  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   WM.KKH  AtlverLisinii  KiLle.<: , T.  <iuent insertion.  ���������������������������.���������������������������intfient,  50e  :in"iMuh first insertion.  25c ouch subse-  (Juniruul iidvorUsinf!. SI an inch per month.  t'ublirihed   every  Tiiursriiiy at"   limlciby,   B  .   W:il*kci" Press.  C.  at  S2   per   year,, by   the  THliLlSDAY, JANUARY...10, 1918  PREPARE  TO 'PROTECT CROPS  Throughout, lhc counlry lb.ere was a splendid  agricullural  I lie  call  Traduction.   * Larger  lhc farms,  and cily  dwellers, by  thc  response during  1017-  lo  ricu  iscd on  i'or increased  crops , "were  clear,  clean-cut expression  ot* objects* than has  yel been laid on lhc. tableV Briefly Lloyd George  galls lhe German 'bluff and lays lhc cards on lhc  table.    Lloyd George practically tells lhc enemy  that lie can have peace al any lime, on terms of  restoration and reparation, bul lhc enemy must  recognize the Allies as victors,    ll will bc no saw-  joil", il" lhc-Allies can help il.    One or lhc other  I must  go  down, and   lhe  Allied  nations  clo  not  j contemplate  having  to  do so,   therefore, if  lhc  'world is lo have peace, il can only conic by lhe  German  autocratic class  surrendering  tov world  democracy. j  Briefly lhc war aims may bc slated as follows:  Thc restoration of the political, territorial and  economic independence of Belgium, ancl reparation for injuries done.  The recovery of Alsace-Lorraine I'or France.  The res to ration of Serbia, Montenegro, and  the occupied parls of France, Italy and Roumania, with reparation I'or their injuries.  Thc'union, of Italians with (hose of-lhcir own  race and tongue.  Thc establishment, of tlie Independence of  Poland. ���������������������������   " .|".  Thc internationalization and nculralbwiiion of  the waterways between lhc Mediterranean and  the Black Sea. " _      -j '  Thc recognition of separate national conditions in Arabia,-Armenia, Mesopotamia, Syria  and Palestine. c j -     ;  Thc establishment of thc equality o'f right  among nations, both small and great.  The bringing into existence of a great international organization as a means of settling international disputes.  Provision that the basis of any territorial settlement must bc government wilh lhc consent  of thc governed.  "The Brilish people have never aimed at  breaking up lhc Gcrman people'or lhc disintegration "of lhcir slate," said Lloyd George. "Our  wish is nol lo destroy. Germany's great position  in thc world, but to turn her aside from schemes  of military domination lo devote her strength  lo lhc beneficent tasks of lhe world. . . ������������������. Wc  arc nol fighting to destroy the German constitution, although \ye consider a military autocratic  constitution . a . dangerous anachronism. Our  viewpoint is that the adoption of a democratic  constitution by Germany would be the most convincing evidence thai;her- old spirit of military  domination bad indeed died in lhc war, and il  would make il easier for us lo conclude a br.oad,  democratic peace with. her. But that is a crues-  iioii for lhe Gcrman people .lo decide."  cultivation.of gardens and \acanl lots, .contrib-  u Led  greal  iy to the success of Canada's ell'orts lo  relieve the world-wide l.'ood shortage. Greater  -production of food "supplies lhan ever is required  ncxl year, for field crops are nol only required i  Io meet immediate hunjan needs, bul increased j  production of hogs, dairy products and beef are  dependent upon such crops.  Thc production  of maximum  crops'demands  constant watchfulness and clforl on  thc part ot'j  the   farmer,   fruit-grower  and  vacant  lot  cuHi  DEAR GOD !  In Ihesc delightful  love and murder, God must iind di  covering  clays of brotherly Christian  "'"'icully in <lis-  Nis children in the niixup. "Onward  wilh God," is Hie slogan of -Kaiser'William;  "God give us victory," is our shibboleth und that  of our" aliics. Wc bold days of prayer and supplication, asking God to give us victory; and the  Kaiser  and  his   allies   do  likewise.    All   in   lhe  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       '*        "'  Cull Boards   ...10.00  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 ������������������������������������������������������ t 15.00       "  tr.  Drv 16-inch Slabs       2.25  Dry  Blocks  ... I -_ $ 2.50  Planing Mill Wood  L        2.25  OKANAGANSAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King EdwardHotel, LP?e,o���������������������������EPHY  Enderby  i<^  A delicious roast?  WHOLES A LI  R.  RE  FAIL BUTCHER  SECRET  SOCIETIES  A.F.&A*  J. C. METCALFE  VV. M.  KncU'vby Lodge No. 40  Ites'Jlar. meetings .first  Thursday on. or iiftor tiie  full moon at S p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially  invited  0 C. H. REEVES  Secretary  ENDERBY-   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every  Monday .evening  in K. of I*. Hall.    Visitors cordially invited to attend.   .    ^  CHAS. HAWINS. C. C.  II. M. WALKER K.K.S.  R. .1. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitablcforConccrts, Dances and all public  entertainment p.     For rates, etc., address.  F. FRAVEL. Enderby,  PROFESSIONAL  'J.o [icr cent oJ nil crops ft  lo the counLi/y is enormous; ii'  grcgaic loss inflicted annually  "-fi  ll c held crops ol" Canada in terms  we express lhc  by insect pes Is lo  of wheat we  find lhal the lolal loss is sulTieienl fo i'eed liie'en-  lire population of lhe country for one yea:.  Much o  ���������������������������"presen'r  I'  lhal loss ean  lie prevented, and  al  the  ward children, whom, he has losl patience wilh  because of Iheir stiff necks and hull heads: may  il not he lhal God is letting' his children vein  upon each oilier Uic punishment coming to Ihem  because oi' pcrsislcnl transgression? And, when!  I hose, wayward children have  foimhl each other;  A.  C. SKALING, B. A.  --t-fftrtl-^J I  ^s^ei-i-eui-i:i!3c-tf>i=i-i-|n-������������������n-=(i-v-ai-\^=-]>ro-.  cry means to prevent il. Insects  ive as enemy submarines in des-  "icv  it,  reducer lo lake e  can be as eii'ec  I roving I'ood supplies. Like submarines,  arc insidious in lhcir opera lions. They must  fought oul and destroyed. Now is Die lime  make nreparaiions  for next year's offensive.  !_lp_u_sJajH.!sli!l, ninv it nol be  bc  lo  place  Father.  ^ it   i.s  finding  Ihemscl  rn  :h?  [0 ! crowded  es lii.suijjociToTT  who lovefh  them  mu  related   lhal   some    conver  no   privacy   I'or   prayer   in  lhal thev will then.J  " "i"b^l!ie^w.iTl==oi'"tltcV  ���������������������������.!.-  EXEMPTING  FARM HANDS  places m  lime  to   hi:  could  ed   Africans.  their   small.  uuook    themselves   fo   secluded  lhe forests near by.    In  the course of  became  worn  from  each  man's  bul.  ;   prayer  place.     Thc  spiritual  condilions  often hc lokl by lhe condition of lhe path  - Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Bi k. Esderry, B.C.  A li c.lio hc or   and   Live   Slock   Salesman  huts,  ih  ������������������������������������������������������'arm  Sales  my specially.    Sec me  about   your   sales  Armstrong P. V..  SYNOPSIS.Of GOAL MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the.  Northwest Territories and a porli-on  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a tcrmof twenty-  one .vears at an annual rental of Si  an acre. Not more lhan 2560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease'must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of'the di's-  tricl in which righls applied for are  situated.  In   surveyed    lerrilory the., land  must be described  by  sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections,':fT?(f'  in   unsurveyed   territory-the   tra'cl.  applied ..for shall'be slaked out by  Ihe-applicant himself.     S>  " Each.application must be accompanied by a fee-of 85 which will bc  refunded if" the ^rights applied for  are nol available, bul not'olherwise.  A royalty-shall be paid on lhe mcr-  chr.nlablc output of the mine at the'  rale-ol\five cents per ton.  ���������������������������The person operating the mine  shall furnish lhe Agent wilh sworn  relurns accounting for. the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay Ihe royally thereon.  II* the coal mining righls ore nol  operated, such 'relurns should be  furnished at least once a year.-  The lease will -include the co::!  mining rights only, bul tho lessee  may be pcnnillcd lo purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the.  working of the mine, al llie rale of  $10 an acre.  For full informalion application  should-be made to Ihe Secretary of  Ihe Department of thc fnterior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agcnl  of Dominion [.ands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B;~Unauthorized publication of  Ihis advprMsninent will nol bc paid  for.���������������������������SS575.  Are^your=  Putter Wraps  runmng low ?  Better order some now  n-  iMany   decisions   have   been  judges in  couuivlioii wilh exemplion  o: \v  hy   appeal ���������������������������  boards,, in  Inch, whore farmers' sons, or men work- |  ing on farms, have been  lhe npprllanls.  lhe ap-1  peals   i'or   exemption   have   been   granted.    The!  appeal judges have heen particular, however, in|  giving their dcclsio.ns, lo lay stress upon the faclj  lhal such exemptions are Only provisional, and  Ihey. poinl   oul   lhal   such   e.Neiiiplions   are   nol  made   oul   of   any   consideration   of   a   personal  nature   lo   lhe appellant.     Exemptions  are only  granted  oul ol" consideration   for  the stale,  and!  not  for   llie  individual.     And   these  exemptions |  hold good only so long as the individual conlin-j  ties to be a wodurer on  lhe farm.    The idea is'  leading io any individual's '  one   of   these   nali\e   Chris  lukewarm; ami nol  other days.    Then  limes remind him with'lhc  grass grows* i.n. your path."  ali  Christian   nalions  lead  lo  lhe place of prayer.        ,  closet." Occasionally  ians  would   "become  travel his pa Hi so ���������������������������much as in  lis companions' would some-  words  Brother, the  oday the pa His ol*  he  trench,  not  lo  CREED BAYS ARE PASSING  w  It   is   encouraging   to   nolo  Inch "creeds are passing into  the  liml  i/  clearly sel  forth  lhal   llie men  a  farm are as much in lhe service ol  lhc men  in  the trenches, and  Ihey arc as  under governmcnl   direction, in  a  sense,  men serving in  counIrv-o down  tiie army  lo   an   acl  I  mil  us is  war  work  on   the  the Empire as  much  is  the  . the  and  nnngmg  oolmg,   ami * -js   [t-,c sanlc  should pul an end lo any lalk aboul exemptions  than state reasons.  heing  granted  irn other ih  RE-STATES WAR AIMS  Spcal  (ieorge  lengthy  Unions  lerize   I  imporlanl  mi g  re-sl  a ci; I  a i'e  his  ! Dial ed  l'CSK  w di  the   British   Empire,   Mr.   Lloyd  lhe war aims of the Allies in a  to   the delegates  ol*  the  Trade's  ys ago.    London papers charac-  war  aims  as   Ihe   mosl  is  il  comes closer to a  slate men I  o;  ol" the series  rapidity.' with  >o. There has  been nothing more'destructive lo the moral nature of the individual than lhc dcvo.ting of oneself lo the study of theology under tlie dominance of a particular creed���������������������������any creed. His one  object through-so doing becomes one of* defense  and support of thai creed, which he swailows  entire aiid never Ihinks of digesting. Whether  if lie Protestant, theology or Popish, Hie course  wilh aboul the same results.. The  jsludenl docs not'sludy lo find tlie truth, bul to  blind himself lo lhe truth; his creed always  comes between him and lhc truth, and lie is distressed ' until hc has twisted everything in the  Bible, the Fathers, etc., into conformity with  lhat creed, lie is bound by whal he considers  the most sacred pledges lo find and prove lhe  Irulh of his creed, and lhe falsehood of all rival  creeds; and by lhe most unfair and crooked  policy he attains his end, or tries lo persuade  himself lhal he has.  When you need anything in the line of  Commercial Printing, 'phone the  Home Printer  Booklets Envelopes  Counter Check Books Price Lists  vStock Certificates Dodgers  Window Cards Circular Letters (typewriter)  Stork Cards Posters,  ,fU  I  a  j.j, r^'  Thursday, January 10, 1918  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Have We Seed Grain?  -z  An  Impressive  Opinion  Farmers who have a knowledge  of   lhe   seed   requirements   of  the  district   arc   seriously   a skiing   the'  question,   "Have-   we   a   sullicienl  supply oT seed wheat on hand for.  the spring seeding"?"    It is a t|ues-  lion that should  be looked  inio al  once.    There is little time to spare |  and none lo waste. ^ I  So far as we can learn, there is,  a general shortage of seed wheat I  in the dislrict. Undoubtedly .a  few farmers carried over enough  of lasl year's harvest .for their'  .own seeding, and some may have^  a supply to sell. But fiom what we *  can learn,cthcrc is not anything j  like the supply on hand of. pre-!  vious years. r- |  Before   the   maximum   price   of(  wheat   was   set   by   thc   Dominion J  Government,   many   fanners   held j  their   wheat   for   the   high   seed-!  wheat    price,    but    with-a   ready  market  last1 fall   at  the-maximum j  price,- -few - farmers    felt   tliat   it,  would pay them lo carry over anyy  surplus.- At "the seed fair held" at" j  Armstrong last jnonth the question  . was   asked ^several   fanners   how  much seed "wheat they .could  sup-J  ply as good as that on "exhibition, |  and the unfailing answer was lhal  they had sold their entire harvest  as soon as it was threshed. Wc  believe- this is the prevailing condition on the majority of the  farms where any seed grain was  grown.  In previous years, 'Mr. Frank  Hassard has carried over until  spring seed wheat enough lo plant  from a thousand to fiifleen hundred acres. And jhe has always  had a demand for more than ��������������������������� he  could supply. This year, wc are  informed by Mr. Hassard that he  has not carried "over a single  bushel in excess of his own- requirements. Owing "to thc high  prices prevailing last fall he sold  all his  surplus crop.  This, undoubtedly, is the position' of others, and farmers who  in past years have depended on  the big local producers such as  Mr. Hassard, for lhcir seed grain,  will have to look elsewhere for  seed this-spring. :-     -  Our-farmers-should-get together  and find out where they stand in  the matter of seed" grain. Now^is  the time. .To wait would be" serious.' 7   '''������������������������������������������������������"   ' *  Actions, it is said, speak louder than words. One is reminded  of the .old saw by the story of a  French dramatist who, while  reading a play to the members of  a theatrical company, observed  that one of the actors had fallen  asleep.  When, after the reading was  finished, the company were expressing their opinions - of the  play, the dramatist insisted on  hearing the views of the drowsy  actor.  "I have given my opinion,  said the   player,   suppressing   a  yawn.  "Why, you were asleep," said  the indignant author. -  "Sir," was   the dignified an  swer; "sleep is an opinion."  G. Butterworth  General   Merchant  MARA, b. c.  *\ ���������������������������*  Tha  FOOD CONTROLLER,  SAYS-:"-':  "iff,   a-letter   to   the'Vancouver  ,: Board" of -Trade, Food Controller  Hanna' calls;, attention "to-the .scri-  -bus..shortage .in"the worlcPs food  supplies, and asks the-board,'to do  its'best-to arouse" thepublic to the  . fuller   realization   of   the   danger;  - and' to encourage' production.  j- "Starvation on -_an unparalleled"  scale, must -face-the nations ;of  Europe,*'' is the "latest*/'statement  made-by Mr.Hpover, the American  -food "controller. Mr.-: ffgnna - uses  this cjuotation and "then proceeds:  . "The situation-is now far graver  than a few.months ago,.when the  preliminary, food  survey  of  tho  j-wo rid was1 made, and, a Tew-general statements will. indicate, the  morc serious features of it.  "Tbe Allied requirements for  wheat until next crop comes in is  450,000,000 bushels.-. Tbe United  States, under conditions of their  normal borne consumption' have  shipped their last bnshel overseas.  Canada has still only U 0,000,000  bushels for export",-and. the Argentine and Australian supply is almost    prohibited   on   account    of  ^shortage _o f_ shi pping _. an^ diincul-  tics of convoy. \       "        "^  "France's crop for 19J7 was only  about one-third of normal, and  small hope is entertained for an  increase over this terrible shortage in 1917, as, owing to lack of  fertilizer, this country, which for  years has been subject to intensive cultivation, is suffering from  soil   impoverishment.  "Thc condition of Italy is worse  even than that of France, and today lhc requirements of this country can hardly bc met by Allied  supplies and shipping even on a  rationing basis.  "The live stock situation in  Europe shows a decrease of 115,-  000,000 bead. Canada only produced 6 per cent of the British  imports in bacon; Canada's production of bacon for 1916 was  only 125,000,000 pounds as against  the Allies' requirements of 1,200,-  000,000 pounds.  "These few facts will impress  upon you thc dire needs of"our  Empire and our allies, ancl the  vital urgency of every elfort being  put forth by all in Canada to meet  the situation. It is no longer a  question of "doing your bit," it  is a call from the Empire for  "everyone to  do his  utmost."  "To this end I am seeking the  aid of your organization and ask  you to form a production committee ' of your best and most energetic members 'to go carefully  and quickly into the local situation   and  see  what  can  be   done.  The business *��������������������������� man can- help the  producer' and the farmer, and  every elfort should be' put:forth  to get them ,'to work together, by  means of meetings arranged" in  your" surrounding districts, where-'  by difficulties and problems can  be'discussed to mutual-advantage.'  , "The-problcm'oflabor will have  to be-carefully;'looked-into, and I  would appreciate >. your t cori'sider-  'ation as toyhow "overlapping "and  duplication of'bDsiness operations  could be reduced so-as to:-release  men lo. become"' workers, in- the  fields of production, rather than  consumers of .rations.. ^TheVques-  tipiV'of' the employment ,of - women  in-such lines of-work as they can  effectively do,,such as waitresses,'  car conductors and- -elevator-1' operators, etc., should, also receive  your'.cqnsideration.., - - . ~ - -  "I would'- appreciate your ideas  on the seed, situation "ami tbe conservation .of "fertilizer, andy what  methods could be adopted to bring  info some use- unoccupied land. Jn  fact, if you would take up all lines  and ideas, on production and see  what can be done "by applying local organization .anfcl business  methods", J feel sure you can accomplish much. The time is short  and the needs are great and no appeal of mine can be more eloquent  than the call of loyalty and service which every man in Canada  today^f eels.~  , .:  "The Canadians who have gone  to the front have set a high standard and made a splendid record  which we all feel must be lived up  to, ancl now that the great call for  food production has come wc  must meet it as manfully as the  boys who have done their duty on  thc fields of Flanders.  "There seems to bc great difficulty in getting the seriousness of  the situation impressed upon the  public "and we hope you will use  your best efforts in this direction.'  The world will look a  lot brighter if  you take Sunday dinner at King Edward  <������������������>  Send Us Your  Watch Repairs  First-class Workmanship and all  orders promptly executed.  Blake Stokes     .The Jeweler  Armstrong  CITY OF ENDERBY     -  MUNICIPAL  ELECTIONS  ^"Wonder"   Pump  Oil and Sand  . Pumps Water,  Best Power Pump Made  Cheapest to operate.  High  efficiency.  Simple. Only Three Working Parts,  Waterloo Boy Stationary Gas Kr\-  glnes, Tractors ancl Water Wheels.  Write us your irrigation problems,  Consultation  free. ' I  WONDER PUMP & ENGINE       j  CO., LIMITED. I  B31   render   St.   AV.,   Viincouver.   'J  1  Public Nolice.'is" hereby given to  the Electors'of Lhe Cily of Enderby  Mat 1- require" tlie presence of ihe"  said-Electors al-the Citv Hal!, Enderby, on Alonday, the 14th day of  January, 19.18,-at 12'o'clock- noon,  for the purpose of electing persons  ,td represent, them in the Municipal  Couu cil��������������������������� - as - Mayor- and Aldermen ;-  iwo-persons ~to -represent them - on  the.--Hoard -of Police -Commissioners," two -persons "as Licence''Commissioners,- "an~d--a- .person -to ' rep--  resent ;themV on "the Board- of  School" Trustees irir place of ��������������������������� Sam-  ucL-Polson, whose .term has" expired/.,        . . 7-  '    - v  ^ ���������������������������  . - '  --.  The'mode of Nomination of Can"  didatcs shall' be as follows:, ,~-The  Candidate shall '"be -n'ominated ' in-  writing; the wriling shall be subscribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder,  and shall be -delivered to the Rc^  turning Ofiicer 'at any time between  the date of tbis* notice and 2 p.m.  of the day of-nomination: the said  ".writing'may be in the forin numbered, 5 in the Schedule of (he Municipal Elections'- Act,, and" shall  stale the names,- residence, and occupation or description., of each  person proposed, in such manner  as sufficiently to'identify such'can-  didatc'; and in. the event of a poll  being necessary, such ^poll" will be  opened on THURSDAY,-the 17th  day of .la.mary, 1!)18, at the City  Hall, Enderby, of which "every, person is required!0 take.notice and  govern"!*]imself accordingly.  -rphe qualilications for a person  to be nominated-and. elected Mayor  are: That, such "person is .a  Brilish subject of the* full, age of  twenty-one years: is not disquali-  fiejt^imjdet^jiny.Jaw^jincL has* been  for the six months next pTcceTliYig"  thc day of nomination the registered owner, in the Land Registry  Ollice, of land or real property in  die city of Ihe assessed value, on  the lasl Municipal Assessment Roll.  of one thousand dollars, or morc,  over and above any > registered  judgment or charge," and who. is,  otherwise duly qualified as a municipal voter.  The qualifications 'for a ' person  to hc nominated and elected as an  Alderman are: Thai such person  is a Brilish subject of the full  age of twenty-one years: is nol disqualified under any law, and has  bcen for the six months next preceding the day of nomination thc  registered owner, in the Land  Registry Office, of land or real  property in thc city of assessed  value on the last Municipal Assessment Roll, of live hundred dollars,  or more, over and above any registered judgment or charge, and who  is otherwise duly qualified as a  municipal   voter.  Tbe qualifications for a person  to be nominated and elected as a  School Trustee are: That such  person is a British subject of the  full-age of ..twenty-one years, actually residing within the School  Dislrict, and has bcen for the  six months next preceding the  day of nomination thc registered owner, in lhc land registry office, of land or real properly  in the said school district, of the  assessed value on the last municipal assessment roll, of five hundred dollars or morc, over and  above any registered judgment or  charge, and who is otherwise qualified to vote at an election of school  trustees in the said School District.  Given under my hand al thc City  Hall, Enderby, B.C., this 3rd clay  of January, 1918.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Returning Ollicer.  I am here for business, and if right  prices and good service will get you  YOU'RE MY CUSTOMER  Compare the Prices:,  I HAVE BOUGHT THE STOCK OF THE MARA TRADING  COMPANY, AND FIND I AM TOO HEAVY IN SEVERAL  LINES, SO HAVE0 GOT TO REDUCE IT. AM GIVING YOU  FIRST.CLASS GOODS AT THIRD-CLASS PRICES FOR  QUICK CLEARANCE.  Gents' Depertment  3 dozen only, Men's heavy winter socks, reg." 60c, for.  2Vj dozen only, Men's heavy -winter socks, reg. 50c, for  3 dozen only, Men's heavy winter sock's/-rcg.  40c,  for  20 dozen Men's Collars, all' sizes, at' -. : ..  6 dozen  Peabbdy's Overalls, all  sizes,  reg. $2;:'lo clear  4" dozen Men's Work Shirts, reg". $"1  to-Sl-.45;_ to  clear"  200 pair Men's Rubber Shoes, red soles,  rcg.  Sji2.85  to  \\j   v/iOiir'   ���������������������������>��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������*>*��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������"��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������(���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  50 pair Boy's Rubber-Shoes, feg.���������������������������S2.25;: to clear at  ..  ...8  a83f  ... ..  50c   ' 40c:  7...  33c  for  25c -  .'.  81.79  . . . .V98c-  2.49  .$1.90 pair  Dry Goods Department  2 dozen only White Terry Towels, _reg.' 35c;to 40c pair; to clear, 27c.    '-'__���������������������������  3 dozen.only' Colored,Terry "Towel's, reg. 50c; for   V..- 42c~-..  2; dozen- Baby V Bibs, at   Several remnants of Lace, to clcar-  .; 5c .each .  .". at"' cost. S  Sk  oes  - - -  -. -���������������������������..-. <- ���������������������������     ������������������������������������������������������- _, --..���������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������        .  -     .'*,<".���������������������������  20' pairs_'only,yLadies' -Low- Shoes,'all' sizesrreg.' 82.75; -forj.. .'-. :'j-$_2.t5o-l  See my stock of Men's Shoes, Skoo kunv/brand. "--These iwerc r'.boughl y  -   ���������������������������  ���������������������������'.:���������������������������'    .,"    / V '   before "prices" advanced.^-. V'    '���������������������������:'���������������������������'"   S'~>^"Sl\  Hardware P^  }  only,  McClary New^Perfection,No.,$ OR Stove.andiQvcn   A *> QC  . to  ejear- at    .v.',. ."...-...:. 7. ....-.. "."  ���������������������������   /   J-.M* **.,^  500 Harness Snaps, a]]r sizes,, going -at '<������������������������������������������������������. .SS.'SS....".:......4 "for  25c.-.  |000 coils Stove Pipe Wire at...?'...:.. S..'.. :S.. S.7.... 3-fo'iV25c:v  4 dozen only, 6-in-Stove -pipc.lehgth'sVto- clear  at '.-.."...'.'. ..'.,��������������������������� ���������������������������,.- "|5c  j  l'dozen 6-in Stove Pipe--elbo\ys, to" clear '"'at -... ..V V". ".'..-:...;_25c   '  2  "dozen   Coppcrecl-'Pottomct} 'Kettles',  large  size";   reg.  ������������������145 .-t6y$|.50  GIVE ME YOUR NEXT flARP\VARE ORPER.      - S%  .   My  Motto,. "Small  Prodis,  Quick Returns." Wf'.������������������  V'l  ;-1  -j 77 - yfi  '-'-���������������������������' ���������������������������:"-".��������������������������� m  _<rv. :;.y,j  "V'-V'-V; ���������������������������  ���������������������������'-' i   "��������������������������� _ l,  .ril  ���������������������������;������������������������������������������������������-'������������������������������������������������������ ^-VJ  V-V:Vil  s::- vhi  ;-">Wi  !|  "*!  QHQCJSWES  2-dozen  only  Canned  Raspberries  at    ���������������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������!���������������������������"   4 dozen only ,Canned  Corn, at  ������������������������������������������������������_������������������������������������������������������, '  4 dozen only, Canned Peas, at ...... : -.  3 dozen-only, Canned Hygiene Tomatoes,  at   . . ."   5 dozen  5-lb  pails1"Aylmer Jams, all kinds, at  ...;   4 dozen Old Dutcb Cleanser at .-  2 dozen Aylmer Grape Jelly, in tumblers,  at      ^^do"zen===Roberlson's=Hl-1brHns--patent^l3arley,*goiiig^atJ=,.i  10 dozen tins Snap, while they last     5 dozen cans Pineapple, at  ... ���������������������������   I dozen only Crosse & RlackwcllV finest Semolina, to clear,  AU Sale Goods So]c| for Cash only  . 24c tin  s:  18c tin  -.:     '' -  1         '"?  _ 19c   tin    ,y  :J  .  20c tin      .-    --"  i       r  .  7Gc can -    ���������������������������  "  ~ ' 'i  \   for  25c ,    '  ���������������������������   ���������������������������,  . "  .   |8c jar=  .  ......^42c.   ���������������������������  1  2  for- toe-  24c   can  "  ���������������������������, at    22c  kive businessmen Use  1������������������ie Columns of the  ]Ffome Paper  to boost tfieir business and thus ai4  in keeping their town on the map.  Others pull down their flag with  the first puff of war smoke and let  the good name of the Home Town  suffer hy the loss of trade and good  will. War or no war, Jet's make  J 9J 8 the banner year of good will  Is y our Press Subpaid  If not, we'd like to see you in the sanctum sanctorum. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, January 10, 1918  Compulsory Rationing  London���������������������������Compulsory rationing-  is to be put into effect in0 England at an early date, according  to Lord Rhondda, the food controller. He prefaced this announcement by saying that he  was afraid compulsory rationing  would have to come, and that it  was ori its way, ancl then declared that his department had  completed a scheme and that as  soon as the sanction of the cabinet had been received it would be  carried out.  Lord Rhondda warned his hearers that there-would continue to  be a shortage though the conditions would improve steadily.  "There is" nothing alarming, in  the situation," he said. "You  have only to" tighten your belt.  The people are undergoing nothing like the privation in Ger  many. There they have less than  a pound of meat a week."  "Food," said Lord Rhondda,  "in my opinion," should have  priority of tonnage and finance.  There has been an enormous increase in wages, aggregating one  million sterling a year, and this  increases the difficulty of getting  down the price of food."  The food controller strongly  supported communal kitchens  ?Jncl said that government grants  would be made where necessary  to,establish them.  Tradesmen  Wanted  The Officer Commanding,  6th  ���������������������������-Field Company Canadian Engineers, North Vancouver, B. C. has  received . instructions  to  recruit  .500 men of the following trades:  Carpenters,  Bricklayers, - Q  Plumbers,  Tinsmiths,  ��������������������������� Blacksmiths,  - '4 Miners & Tunnellers.  Tradesmen and mechanics  should not miss this opportunity  to join a skilled branch of the  army. Men drafted iii the first  class, (Class A) can be taken.  The number is limited so early  application is necessary.  Write or apply Recruiting Office,-Hastings and Homer Streets  Vancouver, or Drill Hall, North  Vancouver, B. C.  oOnly a Fence Between  A very dignified and self respecting broker was touring  through the country when a punctured tire compelled him to wait  while his chauffeur repaired the  tire. He strolled along the road  for a short distance,-and found a  red-headed, jumper attired farmer boy husking com in a field  by the 3ide of the road, and,  thinking to jolly him a little,  ^SaxdT  then said: "You won't have but a  half crop, will you?  n And to which the boy said:  "no; we planted this piece on  shares."  This tart provoked the self-important man, and he said testily:  "Why, you're not far   from a  fool, are you?" V  i "And to which the boy replied:  "No; there is only a "Ifence between."  The Garden of Allah*  Manager Bobb wants his Enderby patrons to see "The Garden  of Allah." In no otlTer way can  you.realize the beauty and the  immensity of this great Selig production.  - Helen Ware, America's most  popular emotional actress, plays  the leading role and is supported  be an extraordinary company of  artists including Thomas Sant-  schi. There are caravans of camels, Arab tribesmen, and scenes  presenting wonderful Arabian  cities and the Sahara desert.  Among the spectacular episodes  in "The Garden of Allah" can be  mentioned a Sahara sandstorm,  the charge of savage tribesmen  on a defenceless caravan, the  forecast of the Sand Diviner,  etc. At Enderby Opera^House,  Monday, Jan. 21st.  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND.  The treasurer of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund; acknowledges the  following contributions received  since publication of the last list:  R.   Fenton     '....������������������ 2.00  Rev.  J.  A.  Dow 3.00  F.  A.  Adams        1-00  S.  Teece " ��������������������������� 8 5.00  Miss  E.   Cooke    -1"1      3.00  Miss   S.   Cooke         2.00  H.   Cooke     5.00  Mrs.   G.   Folkard   -.'....?....     1.00  A. "Reeves V ���������������������������-      0-00  Mrs.   Reeves      0.00  Miss   Laing    ..'������������������...'.      3.00  Have You Had Our "January Sale Price List"?  On Monday, Jan. 7th  We commenced our  GIGANTIC SALE!  Which means  Greatly Reduced Prices  j And clearing out regardless of loss all odd and broken lines  Remember: Over 2000 Bargains.  Sale closes Saturday, January 19th.   Write for Sale List.  Wx Hudson's Ha  IMCORPOAATEt) 1670  HttBtftte.eURBIDGt SflttESCOHMISStttHtR  -H  Mail Order. Department H.  VERNON, B. C.  $37.00  Further usbscriptions to JIalifax.  Relief Fund:  I-l.   Navlor $2.00  G.   Folkard    .. 7.   2.00  J.   Tomkinson      LOO  J.  A.  Utas       L00  'That is pretty yellow corn  yon are husking."  And the lad replied: ''Yes; we  planted yellow corn."  The broker,   a   trifle   nettled.  Sir MacKenzie "Powell, ex-premier of Canada, <Hed in Relleville  last month, aged 94 years. He was  probably the oldest printer in the  world, having started to learn his  trade in 1835. To amuse himself  he set a stick of type, 82 years  later, in the same ollice where he  first learned to sort "pi."  Tri-WeeUJy Service  Mon. ���������������������������   Tnes.  Wed. Thuvs.  Fri. Saty.  X'hound Stations          S'bound  IS.-lf) <S>ican*iOus                10.L")  J H.25 Fosselt 10.25  1 ori) :T  1 "OH XI Jira  17.-I0 Grindrod  17.10 Fnderby  Hi.30 Armstrong  Hi.05 Larkin  15.35 Vernon  15.20 Ok.   Landing  11.00  11.25  12.00  12.20  12.50  13.30  Cream Wanted  IF  VOL'  1IAVI-   OHEAM  TO SELL   IX   QUANTITIES   OF   5   GALLONS  OR MOHIvTKSTLNCi.yO  PJ������������������H CENT WE WILL PAY���������������������������  IM-n  POUND liUTTER FAT, F.O.B.  YOUR   STATION,   AND   RETURN  YOUR    CANS   FREE   NEXT   DAY.  elowna Creamery, Ltd.  WE'CARRY A  FULL LINE  OF  CERI  WHICH ARE  ALWAYS FRESH,  AND PRICES LOW.  SPECIAL���������������������������A   few   boxes   of   JAP   ORANGES  left, which  wc  arc  selling at $1.00 while.they last.  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  TEECE & SON,  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  SUNSHINE SIMONS  Cheerful Quldanc* to ��������������������������� Happier, fftmlthitr Life  Pjr the philo8opber-J������������������h:yitci<M������������������ '  GEORGE   F. SUTLER  A. Mi W* P������������������  Gooc| sleep If abeolutely ft-  sential to good health. Broken,  Irregular sleep, if long continued, Is bound fo result In nervous 'and ..physical breakdown.  Pifferent people requlrt dlfftr-  ent amounts of sleep, but there  are very few who can Kwtp  healthy and do their btst work  &n less than eight hours' sleep  in the twenty-four. Continuous  curtailing of the sleep, even If It  be slight, is roort terltut tfctn  the occasional lost of many  hours. It rendert tht mind  heavy and sluggish; It makes  one irritable and Impatient, and  greatly diminishes the power to  de good work. Sleep must t>e  natural, dreamiest, restful. Such  ��������������������������� sleep cannot bt produced by  drugs; neither will it come to  the .man whoeatsand drinks to  excess .Tate at night. The active  business or professional man  who loses sleep, or who dees not  get good sleep, and "who eats,  drinks and smokes to excess, is  breeding a bunch of trouble that  ii bound to overtake him sooner  or later, almost Invariably about  middle life, or soon after. The  irregular life of the society man  or man about town cannot be  combined with that of tho strenuous business man with impunity* Drugs and stimulants  won't help you. You cannot  drug yourself Into society or  business.  (CtprrifM.   Ul������������������.  fey  W. O. .Chapman.)  J*  >o<  KW  ���������������������������������������������()<  MM  MM  ���������������������������CO  I  TOWTCTCt    TIM&  5  C.   CREED  Auctioneer and JAve Stock  Salesman  Sales Undertaken in  any part of the  District  Every kind of sale my specialty  For lernis apply���������������������������  C.  CREED, ARMSTRONG  (i  O)  <><  (Watch this space each week)  Use lhc Telephone in winter time if you would  save a lot ol" time and trouble aud cold feet. A phone  means coin fort; face lo face conversation right from  your own home or oflice. No travelling," no discomfort, no failure to "catch your friend at home," and  therefore no unnecessary expense.  OKANAGAN TELEPHONE CO.  mm  mm  WE TARE THIS OPPORTUNITY  OF WISHING OUR CUSTOMERS  AND FRIENDS THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON.  MAY THE COMING YEAR BRING  P E A C E ON- E A RT II, WITH  HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY  TO ALL.  DILL SRQS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  Wanted���������������������������Horses  Will  Buy  for   Cash,   Horses from   1150   lbs   up;   Mares   or  Geldings, 2 years old up to the sky.  Apply���������������������������  DR. C. M. HENDERSON  Phone 76  Armstrong  IL   >


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