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 *������������������l  p^*W**3-      -    ^  -3-BJ3I  w - ' 3   a  V    -^W^'ftSe^-of ^be rm1iny, mnif.  - ^nesses.- shown . tbem' by-������������������pn<ta$y  '  fnencjs u>rhig their recent twwblp  and bereavement.-  V     -  V;  ' ���������������������������  .'^���������������������������.W"row'|iyii flag bWh  rat tbe military, whist cfrive and  dance in lv. of P_. Jftjj next Tnes-_  jl������������������y bight, .April 2nd, when the  J^f* & m,J   Phderby -TilUcnm  - tdw^wiil entertain yop.~  Po pot forget/the; Food Service  meeting to be bejo* next>- Tuesday  -afternoon,   Apr.   2nd,"'to   be   addressed by-tyrsVAft-ldrew,  to  be  held in, the-assembly ball of the   jortnne school at; 3-o'clock.  Tbe Junior members of the  Woman's-Auxiliary of St. George's  Church will give a missionary play  entitled. "Tbe Great Muster" on  Thursday, April 4th at 8p.m. in the  ministrative'alJilijy and cjbse^busi  ness_economy.' it will be a;distinct,  loss jo Pnderby to" lose bim in this  capacity;^ 7 ?. v������������������* ' - *"' ''"  - Mr. p. p. Pill will continue the  business ^ tlie old stand- ffis;Johg  experience as a salesman coupled  with bis opliging^and'painstajctng  way in business,:assures the-con-  tinned success of the bnsiness.  Parishr Hall.    Admission:   Adults,  25 cents; Children, 10 ccnts.-  Jt is" hoped tbat officials and  members of, the patriotic societies,  and all well-wishers of our community and country, will attend  the Empire Pay celebration meeting which has been called by the  Mayor .for 8 o'clock this (Thursday) evening at tbe fcity Hall.  On Good Friday there aviJI be the  following services at St.  George's  Church:    Matins, Litany JUUj  Address at 10.30 a.m.; Evensong and  Address at 7.30 p.m.    The Easter  Hay services  will  be:  Holy Communion,  8 a.m.;  Matin's and  Holy  Communion,    Jl    a.m.;    Children's  Service, 2.30 p.m.; Evensong, 7.30.  A meeting of 'the citizens of Enderby and district will be held at  the City Hall this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock to consider the  question   of  celebrating  May  24th  and   to  select  committees  to  take  the work in hand.    All 'interested  are earnestly urged to attend, and  to assist in reviving this time-honored custom.  A meeting is to be held in Kelowna on April 4th, at which the  traffic and operating officers of the  :New TeJeptwne Pirectory  The Okanagan Telephone Com  pany^issued=the~Marcb^number-of=  the telephone directory this week.  These directories are put out every  six months. The new number  shows a- very satisfactory increase  in the list of subscribersJndicating  that, even in times of stress such  as these, there is a demand for  quick service in communication  transmission. The Okanagan Telephone Company has instituted con;  tihucu's-; service throughout the  Okanagan, and is continually adding, improvements' to the system  which- mean- better service to the  public The Okanagan. system is,  in fact, the equal, so far as" transmission is concerned, of any in  tbe Pominion.  402,'. that" assessmenfVwas -double  tht- pice be bad paid for the property, also that, the, assessment'bad  increased"* ?300 over - tliat" Jof Jast  year; and as to Nos. 96. and 97, tliat  the ' assessment    was - far.   above  actual vajue;'and-!hat.there wcui  no improvements-thereon; MrVG.ft.  Pawes appeared on behalf of qp-  p.'lhnt in respc:t to ,No./402,"^pro-  due ing'to the cob. .-written author  ity from h������������������ n to pi^ecute the ap  peal���������������������������Mrsr-Miller^t.ppeareclfOn^he^  half of appelb.nl  with  regard  t������������������  Nos.   96   and   97,   also   producing  the necessary- authority to- act for'  him."  No. 402 was* reduced  from  $700  to   $600;   assessment  of No*.  96 and 97 sustained-   *  George it. Lawes complained a*  scssment wasVibove selling value;  as to No.. 621, that property formed  part of his farm and was assessed  above its agricultural -value.    Pe  V|._A. MiUer complained as tci No? M.* ��������������������������� ���������������������������"* ^f- 'fi'jpW,  .--- -        -   -.-*    -^ -     ^vejrc tope forwarded to tbe Prem  ier, Mrs^flalph Smith and rPrV#."  C. Macdonald,pointing out the desirability of a similar jscj for p.C.  "   _ -   , - ��������������������������� T *  ;Cpm*p?titiy^ System Gping ".  Anyone - of ,evcn ordinary - good  sense lean see that Jhe competitive  systems of this age must be their*  own destruction. Error always destroys "itself"if left alone. Put there  is.a bigheiVpo>v_ei^aU\yorMhaMvill  Canada, will>' familiarize; biiiiself'te^liVl  with* the. wordings of Jbe Company B$������������������&$  and realize that itJs %o his advan:: ^'*f#'  tgge to connecf himself with the ���������������������������*""'  organization whicb has ~ been  formed purely >iid simply forr:b������������������s~  WgnefiMs a wool producer.  ���������������������������.~*iSz->~3\  - Si  Caiwfjian fatriotic Fym$  -*5' '-"^ '.  e ���������������������������-.--���������������������������. ��������������������������� ->.���������������������������  r ���������������������������>* . ,   ' *  These, conditions cannot last, and  their end is an assured fact viewed  from any standpoint. Theft- day is  surely passing away, and none will  regrit it���������������������������not even those -who now  sustain   it.    A  new  day  ju  being  cision:,as to Nos. 379 and 380, as- ^^\^rJZ^^rtmt  scssment sustained; as to No. 621, &./.',* sU* lLf��������������������������������������������� ������������������PPe���������������������������������������������o������������������t  reduced  from $3,400 to $3,000. VC,>   ,in,B���������������������������Unity Magazine.  Mrs. E. Polsonj-Nolice of inlcn-j  tion to appeal'was before the[  court, but as notice was not signed  build  up a  permanent  system  in  place of the impennancnt one that  is now consuming itself in compe  tition  man    against -man    and Js kneale.  ...  government   against   government.  FSS'  *J?jTon  Thcsn   nnndilinns   ^on.,^t   l������������������������������������������������������.     ���������������������������...,    ^������������������Ka   ������������������"������������������������������������b    ..  p-Jhe.^re??wr^r ������������������f-ft* Canaclian   -  Patriotic  fund  acknowledges-the  following   contributions   received  since publication of the last list:  0"^inagan^Saw^i>Ulls^.4.=.-_-.=~:=T^5.oo=^  T.-M. Lewis   :.:...    5.00'  ^ 8������������������������������������������������������    ,.    i.00 , ,  .b-Nlchol    ���������������������������;.*������������������������������������������������������    f 00 - V  AS'piack    Voov-         .00       1.00  .50.  1.00  $16.50  .  Charlie Chaplin fleel,-  "Southern Pride, a 5-reel drama,  and a 2-reei Chaplin comedy will  be the drawing card at the Enderby" Opera Houston the evenihg-of  April 1st. The Enderby Orchestra  will be in attendance. This is the'  first of the special monthly shows  to be put on by Manager Bobb. the  price of admission will be 50c and  25c. It is believed that these  specials, given every four weeks,  will be much appreciated by Enderby theatre goers."  Mrs. W. G. Pell and children moved  to Vernon last Thursday to join her  husband.  by appellant,' she was not present  and no. person .appeared on ber behalf, no proceedings were taken  in tbe matter. '-'  S. Poison���������������������������(No. on roll 137.)  Complaint: that assessment of land  was .too high. : Assessment sustained.  . S. Poison���������������������������(Nos. ,98. and 99.)  Complaint: that property did not  belong to him. As no evidence was  adduced in support of the complaint, it was decided to take no  action thereon. *  S. Poison���������������������������(No. on roll 506.)  Complaint: that properly did not  belong to ,him. The assessor applied to have Mr. Poison's name as  owner of this property struck out  of the roll, and that of Herbert E.  Magazine  Pave MclUu ane Pead  The death of Pavid Jas. Mclll-  wane, aged 19, look place at the  home of his mother, Mrs. Weir, at  tlie Weir ranch between Mara and  Grindrod, on Tuesday, March 26th,  after many months oT illness. Interment takes place today at the  Mara cemetery. Deceased was a  native of Ireland, having come to  Canada seven years ago.  .Wltat the Chocolates J,ead jQ V*  ���������������������������"������������������The Mexico'Ledger thinks mer- -:  cljfiints should  he more prompt in :  presenting their accounts.    It fells .  ofga druggist'who brought a. young  mftn in his town a bill two rycars-  old, and on the.first part of tlie bill  Wf������������������s a charge  for. a  box of chocolates, and on the, other end was" a  charge for one nursing bottle. How  time flies!  1.  Enderby young people are planing a  trip to Armstrong Aprii 1st to enjoy  the dunce to be-given at the Avalon.  8\inday,dinner at  the King Edward.  Two carloads of seed wheat, barley  and oats left Indian Head for the  Okanagan on Monday. This seed is  sent m by tbe Government and will  be handled from Vernon.    All applications should be  addrened to Mr. L. Norris, Government Agt, Vernon  V, ��������������������������� 1  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  THURSDAY, MARCH   28   1918-  x-  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKERS WEEKLY  II.   M.. VALKIill :  Advertising  Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  25c each subsequent insertion.     Contract: advertising. $1 an inch per month.   ,  Published  every   Thursday at    Knderby,   B. C.  at  S2   per   year,   by-thc  Walker" Press.   ;      ,  THURSDAY,   MARCH   23,   1918.  SEED GRAIN  Deputy Minister ol^Agricultuic.Ayiii.-E. Scott,  lias issued a circulai*.letter relating to seed grain.  Me sa$'s:    "In accordance wilh the provisions "of.  ' lhc 'Scccl-Grain A?ct,' Uic government of the province-ol" ^ritish Columbia will this year distribute wheal, oiils and barley for seed purposes.  Any person -.wishing to apply for an advance of  seed grain under the Act should note carefully  the   rules  and  regulations   given   below,   which.  .govern the distribution.    Seed grain wilt be dis-  wliich was a very high proportion as compared  to normal. From this amount of wheat, however,  under .-the new standard flour regulations, about  2 per cent more of the wheat berry is retained  in -the.flour. Only 120,000,000 bushels of feed  can be produced in a-month, "or 2,000,000 pounds  a dayV There are. 17,322,000 edd horses, milch  cows, cattle, sheep and swine in Canada, not  taking pbulliy into' consideration "tit all. The  bran and shorts produced in Canada would thus  give each animal oiic meal once in Iwo'or ihrcc  weeks. 'A cow would consume live pounds a  day; a hog, according lo ils age, from onc-haif  lo three pounds a da3r���������������������������though little shoris, is  led to lhe more mature hogs. There were, approximately, .'{,019,.'J82 hogs in Canada last year,  so lhat oul ol* every five or six bogs, only one  would be able lo gel a full Ihrcc-pound ration  per day, or, if the shoris were divided equally  among all lhc hogs, less than two-thirds of a  pound would be ihe maximum allowance.  Nor is this all lhere is to the problem.    The  question of dislribuling this feed lo lhc farmers  throughout Canada arises/' It liss'bccn suggested  that farmers bc allowed carload lols.   There arc  714,646 farms in Canada.  ��������������������������� Giving each one its  share would mean (hat each farm would get .a  car-load once in twenty-four yeais.    A car-load  contains twenty-five tons arid, lhere arc eighty-  lour carloads of  bran  and  shorts produced in  Canada per day.   It lakes a 100 barrel mill about  fourteen days Lo produce a car-load of feed.    60  per ccnl of Canadian mills have no greater capacity lhan 100 barrels a day ci* less, and could  ship a car-load no of tenor than once a fortnight.  Nevertheless, despite  this difficulty and other  dillicullies,  Canada  will have  to  produce  morc  hogs.    The  European  situation' depends  on   it;  Thc difficulties will-have to be overcome.    Far-:  mcrs will have lo grow the coarser grains and depend less upon mill offal.    American corti will  lae coming morc freely into Canada' as the fine  weather develops and Irahspdrlalibn 'difficulties  lessen.    Every farmer should realize lhat wc arc  at war, that Allied Europe is bard pressed, and  determine to do the best hc can, ecch under his  6 wiv circumstances.  IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW  <d  It is manufactured  tobacco in its purest  "���������������������������' form..  It has a pleasing  flavor.  It is tobacco scientifically /prepared  for man's use.  Are you gothg to do any  Building or Repairing-  "^     ?v   =  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD" VALUES:  Cull   Boards   .' -.7. ..-.-.. .V.  No. 2 Dimension,- 2x4  and, 2x6  - ���������������������������-. Dry  Blocks ������������������������������������������������������'.........  ,?-! :.,;-<'-  .' 10.00.- pisr  thousand  .  15.00   per  thousand  -$_2;5bv'.J',/--  I ^2.25  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Planing Mill Wood  OKANAGAN SAW MILES, LfcL **������������������.  TRUE AND FALSE DEMOCRACY  In.a recent article in tlie Sunday Chronicle,  London,* Eng., Robert Blatchford draws this distinction -between true and false democracy:.  "Democracy does not consist in upsetting; thc.  Government. It consistsyimgoverning ourselves.  Tlie principle of democracy-is" lhe .principle of  self-government.. Thc Government of the Pco-,  pie by thc People. That being'so, real democracy'  implies the will and the capacity to govern and  to be governed. There is no place in a real dem-.  ocracy for an 'aristocracy.of labor' (nor an aristocracy   of<> leisure'?) .-"There-is  no 'place ��������������������������� -for  mg  t A name that stands for.the best in hotel service'-  King EdwardMotel; &S&V&8 fetnfertjy  iy  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier,'Healthier'Lite  Py the Philoso'pher-Phy������������������lci������������������n'- wi'  GEORG������������������"?. ^UJt*L^ilf A. M.kM.JEV  r-r'~ -   '    ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� -       -  district for distribution until thc local supply is  exhausted.' Provision will bc-made-for-the distribution of such local seed on lhe same terms  as the seed imported. "  . .      .       -  ''Those wishing lo apply for an advance of  seed-grain under the provisions'of the.Acl may  secure application forms from any government  agent, secretary of Farmers' Institute, of from  the  Department of' Agriculture.    Copies of  lhc  tie pai  terrible hardship, ��������������������������� lo live under the most stringent discipline, and to face death or mutilation,  then wc have no excuse for sparing lhc wealth of  the rich or the wages of the workers.  "Ileal, democracy would have treated all men  ahket -\vculd have pul all men, old and young,,  under  conscription,  would  have  sent  some   to |  work and o I hers lo fight, and would have divided;  lhc wealth fairly in wages among all.- For whyi  Sccd-gram Act may be obtained horn any ol lhc shoul<l ., mec|uinjc ^l JC5 a week and a soldier,  ,ax>ve^\i>phc^,ons^^  to   the   nearcsl   government   agen .   or   (should , wo,.k 0|. (o sU.j!cc \vhiIc a sok|iep is s)lol for ^.j  here be no governmcnl.agent jii   he district)  lo fusing  ([ulv?    Ancl  wJ)V  s|      w   u ,3C  suc]l:  lhe Soil an<   Crop Division, D.parlmenl of Agn- ���������������������������lonslroi.8"claims  made on  behalf of  labor in'  eimuie. > icioiia. ������������������. c. ,...,,, ������������������     . , mufli   when   there  is   not  common   justice  for  Seed-gram  will only be distributee   on   no e ,ab(���������������������������.  jn  khaki?    }r .,nv  g clio     of  (J)C  pcop)c  lo (hose nol m a  position  lo pay cash.    Whilst OL1,yi1i j0 jx. ])(S[[C        ��������������������������� ��������������������������� "    ���������������������������   er paid and hotter treated, more  respected and m_ro considered  lhan any oljicr  li-e  every effort  has  been' made  to  secure  lhe best  seed  possible    lhe  Dcparlmene  does  not accept 'scc'ifjn oly Ul, people.,il  is lhc section  who  any   responsibility,    nor   will    lhe   Deparlmenlt.IM,liril���������������������������, ,iloal  im|' risking mosl."  un<lerlake  to guarantee lhc quality of - the seed    distributed. ' Those requiring seed, should make  application al once to enable those in charge ol"  the distribution to complete Iheir difficult task  as  expeditiously  as   possible,  and   lo'ensure an  equitable distribution of Ihe seed available.  STOP CRITICISING AND FEED HOGS  Those ��������������������������� who are crying lo the government to  "provide feed Tor hogs and bitterly criticising ollicials for failure ��������������������������� to.-supply ' sullicienl bran aiid  shorts, should lake a look at the facts. Canada  does nol produce sufficient bran and shoris to  feed hogs in normal limes and recourse to other  feeds has always been necessary. In-, the effort,  however, to aid farmers, an exports- cmbargo  was placed on mill offal and lhc price of bran  and shorts was fixed in fair ...proportion to the  price of wheat and several dollars a ton lower  than in firs United. States. This, of course, was  satisfactory as far as it went but lhe trouble was  tliat it could not possibly go far enough. Not  enough bran and shorts are, produced iii Canada  to go around. Canadian mills from September  Ist, 1915 to Fcbruary 1 sty 1918, ground .til Hie  rate  of  18,000,000  bushels  of  wheat  a  hionth,  TOTAL TONNAGE LOST  The total ncl losses of Allied and neutral shipping from thc beginning of Ihe war to December  .'ll. 1017, were oiily eight per cent of lhc total  tonnage, which was .'$.'1,000,000. Sir J������������������ric Geddes,  first lord-of the admiralty, declared in lhe House  of Commons some flays ago. Sir Eric's slatc-  menl is a frank admission that, despite the shipbuilding activities "of Aliics and neutrals, lhcy  have eight per cent, or more than Iwo and a half  million tons, less shipping now than at thc start'  of the war.  No class, of men arc belter qualified to increase production by cultivating vacant lots and  "war gardens" than llitr farmers who have left  Iheir old homes to .reside in urban communities;  They do not require any pamphlets, 'bulletins',  catalogues or diagrams to tell them what to do,  and when to-do it. They have a practical knowledge of all" llie details. Give one of them a hoe,  rake and a few garden tools and he will add .more  to. Ibe'v-visiblc supply oi" garden foodstuffs than a  half dozen amateurs.  Proeperlty cannot fee. got J^'..  drinking whiekyier bttr.   "..,."  ���������������������������-   Th*." ctrihtcJriJI"bt'. liquor ,.tptnt.  the" vy*y for disease*, profane*.  >man'������������������- toei*|   nature.:' ������������������nvd|ve'f '  loss of rep station.-esteem, confidence, and good will.   prink lro������������������  -pairs the mind], Involving |o������������������������������������ of-,  talent,    memory,   rtaeon,   Judtf-"  menti pohere.nco, t^HI, caution,  shrewdness, r������������������������������������olution.  Alcohol'  arrests industry," allenatet P*rV;.  ners, nnraes all paeelone' of anger,   insult,   brawl,   lust, ' t>lai-  phemy,  org let,  etc.    Voq  don't j  have fo>e told thle.   Yon Know"  deep down In your hf������������������rtf %b*%,~.  this le true.   8o give It up. Vou  will IjoViII thehttttr for It-  Ttmperanet" givee  naturt   hf r  full play an<f enable* htr.to #���������������������������������������������.  ert herself in all har force j������������������n<|  vigor. '  Some people drink to drown,  trou.bje,_eg_they. egy. _Now, cl.rjn.k_  won't   drown   troublt���������������������������It   only  floatt It.  The worst of ell. perh������������������pt, If  the effect on the he������������������lth. fcvery  organ if disturbo**.' Tht whelt  vital machinery' It deranged-  pvery organ feele tht tfftct tf  tht abuse through Indulgence In  alcohol, end no function If left.  gnd'tturbed. Py.dtgreee, dlt-  erdtred function, through long  continuance of the disturbance,  Induces t'tsut change.  Tht corkscrew has bteomt ft  mighty te the sword- Oon't you  think It It about time to benlih  thlt trouble maker end health  destroyer? po you think It pay*  t man to trade hit youth and  health for drink, and get ih  return poverty end remorse'  with dlteasee to boot? Think It  ���������������������������ver.  (Copyright, 1910, by W. O. Chapmanj  ssjvfce advantage of ovtr wefWy.  shipments of fres)i fts^i.  aPQ.RSHARPP  SPCPPT-SPCJPT^S  AvF.*AfjV|,  Enderby I^odjre -fio. 40  Regular ' meeting'* first-,  Thursday .on or:after the  full moop at 8 p. m. in Masonic' Hall." ������������������" Visiting  brethren cordially invited  S. n. SrKBRS  W- M.  C. n. PEPVES  Sccretary  MA J HASSEN--1-  A'uctioneer  and   Live  Stock  Sales-  "' man  Farm Sales my specialty.    See me  v about   your, sales  Armstrong ..._������������������������������������������������������..? B- C  Are your      1  Butter Wraps  running low?  No. 35. K- of P.  ���������������������������".  Meets every f-^onday evfnine  in Ma=cnic {foil.   Visitor* cordially invited to attend.  CHAS. HAWJNS. C. C.  H. M. WAMC������������������r,K.|t.S  B   J. CO^TARi. MF.  ���������������������������^"norEssioNAp  ^C. SKAWNG, P. A.  barrister, Solicitor,  Notary public. >  insurance: .  BPLL Bt^K. FNPPRPY, B;C.  Notice of Pissojution of  Partnership  .   --GrindrocJ Sinv Mills  Notice is hereby- given that I  ha ye disposed of all .my interest in  the lumher,' pole and post business,  formerly carried oii'by me, the'un-.  dersigncd,.;md Henry Wi Ilium Bis-  chel, under the firm name and  style of Grindrod Saw Mills, to the  ���������������������������said Henry William Bischel.  'AH'debts owing to-tlie said"partnership aretto.be-paid tb'the said  H. AV. -Bischel at Grindrod i and all ;  claim's against the, said partnership  are to be presented to .tlie said H.  W.-Bischcl, by whom tlie same will  be settled. **'    *���������������������������* ������������������������������������������������������ : "���������������������������  Dated   at   Enderby,   B.   C. i this  27th day of "February, 1918.  ARTHUR TOMKINSON;  per his solicitor A. C. Skaling.  m  <1  -'''I  ?^!  )1  i 4  '���������������������������"H'^-sT^,  A.t  THURSDAY,  MARCH   28    191*-  THE ENDEKBY PKESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  It is easy to pin a flag on your coat  And shout what you're going to .do; r  But I notice the feller that Hollers the most \  Isn't there when it's time to come through.  If you ask him how comes it hc hasn't signed up,  You'll be swamped with all kinds of excuses;  Instead of the ace that he claimed he was  He's just one of thc old dirty deuces.  Tho fellow that woi ships his country at heart, . '  And will give up his all for her gladly,  Is thc chap that goes round saying nothing at all,:  r Not thc one who is shouting so "madly.  You will find his John Hancock right there with the  first, , S ~vv;"    ���������������������������  And you won't find him'boasting about it,  For when the time comes to ..deliver thc goods *���������������������������"        ���������������������������   "r  He is there all the time���������������������������don't you doubt it._  Now which is your class, the holler and shout,,  Who are missing whenever they're wanted, ..  Or the quiet brigade that delivers the goods, - i  Marching on to the front nothing daunted?  If you honor ant! love mighty Liberty's cause,  If you're worthy the country that boreo you,  You won't waste your time shouting what you will do,  But will quietly;do what's before you.  ���������������������������Boston Transcript.  Germans in Odessa  BAUBLE MONKEYS  will be 'three a penny' and knights  as plentiful as tabby cats and' as  common as you can make them.  It Is because Mr. Galsworthy has  "Alpha of the Plough," in a Lon  donT (Eng.) Journal, says: I   .c '   '  "The.only letter I wrote in con-;helped him in the cleansing work  nection with the New Year's hdn-J that'he1 is'en titled toVnir thanks,  ors or the O. B. fi. honors was ad- For the real obstacle to Mr. Lloyd  dressed to Mr. Galsworthy, and it George's scheme is the .acceptance  -<7>  ~*     ~,-<r    n        ������������������������������������������������������  1 C   r-  was in these terms:  - ".'My Dear"Galsworthy, I did not  write to congratulate you on receiving,a. knighthood; but-1 cannot  ,,deny\myself-~ the-pleasure",of writing  to congratulate youon'not re-  " ceiving��������������������������� a- knighthood.���������������������������_; They "first  announcement, filled me with wonder  and-regret;   the-vs.econd-has  r/given.me aVpleasure. which, I- am  7 "sure, is sharedyby.^alij-your friends  -"anil'admirers.^:V ^���������������������������'"��������������������������� ���������������������������:*    '���������������������������>:���������������������������,  :v;V"I-;d6n't^knd^howyinany'' letters  of ,t^ re-  ceiyed, Srt jw#*ii?g fro:m"my^own  Vcjrcle t#ey musl! :ftave*tfeen3HW������������������erT  lays. On, JNewJiVear's Pay k.sat Ih  -, tho! midst of ������������������ group, of Wstfriends,;  - all * ofuvbom' seemed.~rm7 ffrowfcrji  wet?j^n^i|iyi^:U^������������������������������������^������������������^. tftew.  .^y^S^s^thoMgli^tlslMes^liP^V*!  ���������������������������^ h������������������dhe^ntliscoyejed pilfering a  . tljli or Joan, of Arc taking j^pHIw*  orriOeorge l-^VasWngtonS telling a  thumping lie.   Next dwwe met  . ugidu,���������������������������and we allfeJI Jitter.,, j  i||d not feel sorry when J saw; thai  Sir ^mwn4 Prawn had been made  n3knigbl..and that Sir George Pid-  de|| and Sir "Henry- Pal*ie| were  turned 4ronf knigld* into baronets.  of titles by people who command  public admiration.   They interfere  with the proces of dilution.   They  .stem the curent of ridicule.   Their  excuses'when driven Jntp a corner  generally fall into"one of two categories. VThe first applies'chiefly to  professional men and is illustrated  by .the..reply^.of a-.doctor who had  been" knighted arid who .'said / quite  ���������������������������frankly,. 'Well,;it .means.business.'  That-indicates, one;of the evils'��������������������������� of.  this * detestable'thing/ for^ tfce^fact  that.yMr. "Jabei Jones gets* a knighthood -and": Mr?.; Jenkins* Jones, does  not -doesn't 'mean' tfcatVlabea-is"a  more   skilful   surgeon ������������������  dentist  ,tb>n >f?nW.nS'V'.jj -fmay only? mean  thetifbe is, Jts; more^ skilful |ufI-  jwnter. -Twa* sitting in; lhe dining  rdpm^of: a ;clnb^lheother night  -witlt, a well-known politician when  a mutual acquaintance, aiprofes-  *iona|*man, passed*   {made some  reference'|o bis change of. yieMjs:  ������������������Yes,' said tl������������������e otteri 'Yon;see lie  wanls a knighthood. .His practice  is a |i|||e shady, and a title ;,^iJI  help bim.   He failed with one par:  |y, -though be was prepared |o pay  handsomely.   Now be is knocking  Germany, by the  occupation  of  Odessa, has fastened her fangs on  the great sea outlet of the granary  of Europe.   The Ukraine is now at  her mercy and thc question is how  far it-can supply thte enemy's food  demands.    It   is  true  that  during  thc recent civil war much of the  land  has been de>astatcd, but its  productivity remains. '" Under Ger-  manys    control    and   organization  this  great  country of 240,000  sq.  miles, and a population of 40,000,-  000, can be made to produce again  probably to a- greater' extent than  ever   before.   ' Possibly   Germany  will   obtain   no   immediate   relief,  but her people will have the prospect  of abundance in   the  future,  an outlook which may do much 'to  reconcile   every   element   of   her  population to continuing the war.  From "an economic standpoint the  enemy   has    achieved    a    master  stroke.    As an extension, of political power the occupation of Odessa   is   of  sinister .significance  for  through, the Ukraine run thc great  routes to Persia, Turkestan and the  Middle East. 'These are opened up  to Germany-as an aid to.anj movement she-may make against India  in thc future. '  .Odessa is a modern port but the  Ukraine1" has" been the'-granary of  ^Europe since" the time the-Greeks  .and Trojans fought about the Dardanelles, for its supplies, of corn.  Odessa, by, -population and-.trade,  ranks fourth among the cities of  Russia, the only'greater ones.being  Petrograd, Moscow -and "Warsaw:  Il was founded in 1794 and is what  s called "theyinteliectmil^and- com'-"  mercial capital of-IftUssi'al&it.is  the principal export;town?ifo*r|the  of  South  Russia, >e^SSe������������������fiK  ,;v.   -    ,- ' 'n-ii^,ving^afilMi%  Vrchbishopy of the;fcreek|OrUi^|������������������^  Church   and . the ;hca*dqnarte^^o^  whal was'ypnceythe Seventhf-Armyj  Corps.-sVlts ."population ��������������������������� isf 450?0jD0|  rije ,-bayr'Of .Odessa .which fHast'ait'  Tu-ca-,of-fourteen"; "square-miles;Uvas"'  \^IpjigerousJ'ancIioragc.oircaccjpu;it,  of rits*exp6sure^toj enster|y^M^s>!  until Jhe |������������������arbor^>"wilH������������������n :it%Jx^w|  r������������������um|������������������er,Vprotected: hy%mp3le5#andj  ;|jreaHWa^^^  Tlie:- to|ajl exports V are ^yalned; a|  from.$S5Q,QQO,O0Q |o,$55,000,000"an  AA^arTime Prodixction  I   Seedis  THERE mint be no "eteckere" thie year, either among tho  eeedt or the growere. Every nun and woman with tardea  epace. muet produce to the limit of hie or ber ability* And,  that ie why Rennie's eeedt are eo essential���������������������������live, vtaorouel  eeede from teeted stock, to ensure record crops. ���������������������������  MUSmt iPROUt* -1 Amager    Mt    Ute    Oe.    Hlk  ^^ Market "..       .10  CAiBAQt���������������������������Esriy   Weef   Wakefield (Improved)............      M  .to  .75  |.7t  1.2S  ^^ ^Drouth-Resisting 15 4 .It  CELERY���������������������������Paris    Gelfe*   -���������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  . Extra Select  iM  M 1.75  MO 10.00  t.00  .60; 1.75  .75  2.60  Yellow,   ��������������������������� 16  TOMATO���������������������������Bonny BietjOrtii'iiaY)! .*10  Rennie's Improved Beefsteak.. .10  ._   rLOWCft SEEDS  New Giant Astermum���������������������������Mixed Colore.:................    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V 7:.. .7 .10  ***-" , -��������������������������� - .-*..     ���������������������������    ���������������������������--.-���������������������������������������������        . . *���������������������������* 43-!5  inie'e XXX Mammoth Verbena���������������������������Mixture  Giant Zinnia���������������������������Mixed.-: '  Mail Yoor OrJer  ttpioApAm  LootmmstAks  *#  >s.r  a  ���������������������������X 111 17$ w:    f\j i^i g r    ������������������ n^ir^' >  W.Jl.������������������  I \��������������������������������������������� f If   P���������������������������' 1 ��������������������������� J^*  I A.y    i   r -n< T  * I   l r  M2   '*.HANVJLl,t     5'     VANCOUVrp   R   <.  r 'n < i ' i   t  rf,Vl *'���������������������������������������������*"*     Hi*       _  <������������������$&���������������������������*  1 nT*^ ������������������   *ft^ I  - \ -$H " ^d*^!  .  ?   ^������������������^$7_  **   % s: ^ajSs. 1  -u^-"j/ lV*; *������������������*t*w  hjiK "s-*"Ti? 5I  -c   *^"    ^-^ i-Jt*m  Nor ������������������MdI QMect-wfew-'f saw ||?a| a| another d������������������or.   riMnH it will  inleresMfl   cement  merger from probably open.'  Canadt^Pr.^Max AilHen, peeome ~  Sir M^AiiHen, :and Ibwi for bi������������������  services in .a no|orion������������������' political  conp, blossom inlo tbe peerage; as  l^ord PeaverbrooH. Nor wben my  lL,ord NorHicliflTe became Viscount  ^^rlnc|in^--XJbonld-rejoice4o-see  him ihe PwKe of Northclilfe. f  hope |o see Mr. Jforatio pottomly  Sir fforalio. f want lo see Mr. Handel Pooth decorated. Why'bashe  been overloolced so long when ..all  his distinguished friends are honored?. I rejoice |o see that Viscount Northclilfe's manager has  become a knight- I hope his lordship will not overlook his footman. I am particularly anxions  about bis footman. I bave revelled  inlbe O. p. p. bonors. My only  regret is that there were but two  thousand of Ihem. Or were there  three?  "All these tendencies are gratifying to me, for I am convinced lhat  we shall never get a healthy democratic spirit in this country until  we have got rid of social flunkey-  ism, and that the only way 'to get  rid of social flunkeyism is to make  it a thing of derision I want to  see the time when the offer >of a  title to a man of real distinction  will be regarded as' an impertinence, and it is because recent  events have hastened that time that  I rejoice in them. It is ridicule  that kills, and Z suspect that Mr.  Lloyd George is pursuing his policy of 'dilution' with that in mind.  He is bringing in the happy time,  predicted by Gilbert, when dukes  "Tlie*- other excuse .Js, usually,  ���������������������������Well, you see, it pleases my'wife.'  Jha|, ? admit, is a bard case, ?| is  bard lo bave a wife witb ibe soul  of a flunkey. II is bard Jo maHe a  choice between your"' principles  and^your ^omestic^peacer-|tis"a||  very well for you, sir, who are no|  henpecked, to scolf such a choice;  but-.what if you were married to  Mrs. Caudle? What would you do  tHen, my dear sir? And consider  the force of ber argument if sbe  asks whether you are going |o,deprive your children of the advantage, of a 'good send-off.'  "I confess f have a good deal of  pi|y for.a man afflicted with an  ambitious wife and a foolish son;  but tbat doesn't mean lhal I think  he ought to yield- It only means  that | think he ought to tell them  nothing about il. J-et him keep  the temptation dark and lear the  oflTcr into small bits and carefully  burn" them. If he respects himself, nothing will induce him to interfere -with Mr. Woyd George's  honorable purpose. The process of  'dilution' will proceed to its ordained-end. Titles will be so cheap  that you won't be able to give them  away, the stieam of democracy  will be cleansed, social snobbery  will die, and John Wright's ideal of  the 'plain and simple citizen' will  remain unchallenged."  tant lexporl. The chief imports  are:yraw-,cot|qn, iron;; machinebr,  coal,, chemjcils,' jute", copra and  Jead- . /|n/[pre-war times well ;6ver  1,200"vessel*-entered; the port each  year, and-of these 700,-with a,tonnage ;of 1,250,000 nvere Pritish.  The--ci|y-lies.on the s^ore of the  Plack" sea "about midway, between  the res|uaries of the Pniesfer and  the pnieper, 067 miles from Moscow and 38| from fvleff. ^  ; The .Germans claim they have  entered Odessa to insure the in-  dependence of the tJjtraine._ __|n  "ft I give you one kiss will you  be satisfied?"  "No, I expect the sample to assay  better than 'that."  reality^ their intention is |o establish themselves at the port through  which they hopt/|o tremendously  increase their food'supplies.    No  doubt,  too,  they have an  understanding with tbe_ Ukraine whereby they will undertake naval oper:  ations  in  Ihe  Plack  Sea in   cooperation    with    Turkey.     Their  occupation of this great' seaport is  an eveut-of first importance-in its  bearing on thc war. ^The presence  of the Germans there imperils the  Pritish campaign in Mesopotamia,  ft shows the hollow character of  the   peace   terms   arranged   with  Ukraine which in no respect have  insured   recognition   of that  part  of Russia as an independent state,  but on the contrary, have merely |  been a vehicle, whereby Germany  extends  her "empire  to   the  past.  From   all   appearances   there   are  only   two   ways   in   which   Germany's plans in the Orient can be  checkmated-    One is Japanese intervention   in   Siberia,   and  'the  other, such hammer blows on tbe  w������������������i as win compel thc enemy to  turn all his attention to the main  seat   of   hostilities.���������������������������Victoria   Colonist.  perpound for hHtter fal in cream testing 30 percent andwpwards  and will pay express charge* ho|h; ways, on large or smtill shipments  ���������������������������#; Q. Creamery Assbmti&ns :  AffMSTSOW -  .- .-���������������������������-'���������������������������       p. C.  Qwr fwj| l^mi of ypfefnW*\w*t flwwr  Sew}* ftave arrive^--- Pacfage *ro| J3NJJ*  ?   . Ajso Timotpy, A\U\ft) aj)4 CJqrw See*"!. . ' '"'        _ffe,jgjT at Kennie's Prices._;  A few sacks of Marquis SeecJ Whe<ft for sale.  CompM* Stwfy pf fVfi������������������h Crotstritt  TPPCP * SON.  jfiltBMfenSftv  Keeping a man in hot water all  the time apparently does not always make him tender.  Introductory  S&faJ^ $1 Q()  Utter     m n.km m m. n w y t *������������������HM  To introduce our seeds to thousand* of new people and to make  you acquamted with fhe fact that we offer more for thc money than  iny other seed house in our line, wc make the following gigantic and ���������������������������  unparalleled oficr: v,������������������  20 lExtra J-arge Packages of Choice Vegetable Seeds of parly and  "pate Varieties:  2 Peets; 2   Cabbages; 2-Lettuce; 2 Onions; 2 Radishes; \ Celery;  2 Turnips; 2 Carrots; I Cauliflower; I Winter Spinach; I pwarf  Kale; | Tall Kale;.I parsley.    No two packages alike.  FPPE with all the above, 25 varieties of Sweet Pea Seeds.  No matter where you live or what you buy, this MAMMOTH collection would cost you not less than SJ.75 from any other seed house,  but we will send all of the above by   mail,   postpaid,   for  only   One '  Dollar.   Send silver, stamps or money order and address all orders  to ���������������������������  The Morningtide Setsc) Company  WINNIPEG  Seed Specialists.  P. O. POX J356  CANAPA  An ad in the home  paper will bring quick results.   Try it! $  p->i> *v  ������������������$.  !*  7-1  THE'ENDERBY FRESS.AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  THURSDAY,  MARCH   28    1918-  MAGIC  BAKING  POWDER  CONTAINS NO ALUM  MADE IN CANADA  Tha  FOOD CONTROLLER  SAYS:-  During,, the   next    lour   or   live  months   food   conservation   on   tliis  continent   mid    among   their   own  people   must   he   thc   sole   hope  of  tlie  Allied   nations   in   Europe   and  of   friendly   neutrals.     Stocks   are  dangerously   depleted,   particularly  in  the  case  of  cereals  and   meals.  The   problem  is  to  "stretch"  these  supplies    over    lhe    interval    until  this year's crops are harvested. We  must   also   do   our  utmost   lo   help  our allies over the. next few months  when   starvation   will   bc   threatening them seriously.  ���������������������������-  In Britain,- in France, in Italy,  the people are alive to the situation. They know something of  what ,thc ncxt few" jnonlhs will  mean. Their .spirit was expressed  by Lord* Charles Beresford when  he said ^thc other dav "Wc are*  tightening our belts and wc are  going to win."  Canadians, too, must tighten up  their belts and help the Allies to  -win. Use should be made on this  continent of every available .substitute for wheat, beef and pork.  Upon our services depend the  very lives of thousands of women  and children in lite Allied coun-  Iric.  Broad  Meaning  of  "Production  . The word production now rivets  our attention. It suggests thought  with' power, intelligence and organization. ~ It .represents not a>  spontaneous quantity������������������.only,' i" a  ragged, slipshod fashion but, when  coupled with conservation, it implies enterprise, expansion, development, co-operation, 'thrift, progress, prosperity. It suggests the  occupations of morc than 7a per  cent of the people, lhe great problems of distribution, of "transportation, of the accumulation of real  wealth, of vast enterprises of the  world democracy, and il demands  education of lhe most direct and  substantial character.���������������������������R. Stecves,  Director, New Brunswick Elementary Agricultural Education, in  Rural Educational Monthly for  January.  His Eye on the Market  "You can talk patriotism until  your jaws ache, but you cannot  make the farmer raise any morc  than he knows there is a market  for," declared Mr. E. D. Barrow,  U.P.P. for Chillawack, in addressing the B.C. Stockbreeders' Association recently. He presented to  the convention a. report on thc annual conference of the Western  Canada Live Stock Union, held in  Hegina.  "The farmer lias done more as a  class to hasten production and  build up lhe economic strength of  ihis country wilhoul promise of reward lhan any other class," continued Mr .Barrow. "Me belongs  to the, only clas.; of mon who have  been urged to produce more Avithout a guarantee of a margin of pro-  iit, but he has nol hesi'iated to perform his duty. I can cite cases  where old retired farmers, hearing  the call of their country for m >re  food, have returned to the plough  ���������������������������*w| worked to their utmost limit.  Bul to ask these men to produce  food lhat is nol certain lo bring a  reasonable price at harvest time is  doing something that is not likely  to be obeyed.  "The farmers arc anxious to produce, and by so doing to help their j  country,   but   they   will   not   raise  either crops or slock with a doubt-j  ful   market   value,   no   matter   how!  much   they   are   urged   lo     do so. j  There are some theorists who proclaim   loudly- that 'lhe   farmer  will  go   ahead   and   produce   hogs   and  olher stock even if he knows it will  be at a loss.    These people are siin-j  ply discouraging the practical men  who  are  trying to aid  their country in two ways, by increasing Ihe  food  supply and  maintaining contentment among the  farmers. i  "To  produce  hogs or any other  variclv   of   live   stock   lhe   farmer  wants lo know first thai be will be  protected   when   it  comes   to   marketing  time   from   the  whims   and  caprices of the  four or five packing   houses" operating   in   Canada.  Marketing  is just as  important  as  producing."-  Send for Samples  of these New Fabrics  They will be mailed you by return  COLORED SUITING LINENS-In blues, pinks, rose grey, mauve, etc. Pri^p   5()c Vard  TOBRALCO WASH GOODS-In all colors; also fancy stripeV pj������������������ice      49c  INDIGO PRINTS-Fast dye; best on the market; 36-in. wide, ppjpg"    25c  ENGLISH CHIFFON VOILES-In all the new colors ahd white. pp}(>e     QQn  FAST COLOR GINGHAMS���������������������������In plains, checks and stripes. ...    Pvipp     9QC  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  KINDERGARTEN CLOTH���������������������������A Premier romper cloth, in stripes, "*pH(������������������p    5Qc  GALATEAS���������������������������The best in the world; stripes and plain.  NEW STRIPE IN ZEPHYRS-All fast colors and reliable.  Pri<  ce,  Price,  SILK FINISH POPLIN-For Suits and Skirts; splendid colors {*f|������������������e  TUSSORA SILK FINISH WASH TAFFETAS-Almost like Silk.     a  SUPERIOR CHECK VOILES-In new plain effects, all white. "  BIG PLAID ROMPER CLOTH-In splendid colors. Pttce  35c  35c  95c  69c  95c  35c  ii  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  u  a  a  a  a  NO BETTEft VALUES PROCURABLE  Hmtttte.BmtBHK snugs commissioner  JVJail Order Department  VERNON, 13. C. BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  Dash Kaiser Bill  .Charles f.amb was once asked to  say grace at a dinner. "He was surprised, and asked: "Is ���������������������������lhere no  minister -present:" He,--was told  there was not. "Then," liq con-  L-'VJf^^iW1 lWank Cod." -  When   a  man   is  spoiling   for   a  fight he i.s usually loo fresh. -<*  My Tuesdays are meatless,.  ,  My Wednesdays  arc  wheatless,     ~  . I'm   getting*,   more   oatless   each  day. >  My house it is heatless,  My bed it is sheclless,  They've gone toc the Y.M.C.A.  The  bar-rooms   arc ; trcatlcss,  My-cotFcc is sweetlcss,  Each day I get poorer and .wiser.  My stockings arc fcctlcss,  My 'trousers arc-sealless,  .Tc-roosh how "filiate the P���������������������������   Kaiser!  If the home merchant will not  hold the home business in thc  home town by advertising in the  home-paper, he cannot blame" the  mail order house for taking advantage of lhe opportunity to get the  business.  -1  Some, women exhilarate "one-like  a-glass of old .wine;-some chafe  one like a badly laundered shirt;  some soothe one like a pipe of tobacco; some atfect one like *" an  aching tooth at three in tlie morning.   "   * . -  WANTED  Experienced young; lady:.for  ready-to-wear and .millinery  department; also salesladies  for dry goods. Only, those  with, experience " required.  Apply'by letter, to���������������������������    " .  -^       * MANAGER,  . Hudson's���������������������������pay- -Co.:,*-,v������������������rnox������������������.  FOR .SALE���������������������������200 tpOrJl* sugar  sacks ai 10c each. Pill pros., pn-  derhy.  ex  >()'  ()<<  K><  O  o<  >o<  ������������������>  o<  ���������������������������o<  MM  ���������������������������OS  We stock Qi}s & Greases f ov all Pwpcis%s  at th������������������ following prices:        ' ^  Encouraging Agriculture  Rural Educational Monthly, of  New Brunswick, says on the <|iics-  lion of teaching a practical knowledge of farming in our schools:  "The greater proportion of the  teachers of our public schools are  country born, and in most cases  have some practical knowledge of  farming. II behooves every leach- j V  cr, whether holding a Nature Study j ft  certificate or* nol. lo prepare nowjlj  I'or. grealer production next year.; ?  Your counlry calls for you to as- j [|  sist. You will inculcate greater  unity between schnool and home  if you encourage and assist your  pupils; and your school work will  be correspondingly benefitted. You  ���������������������������may help in lhis work by encouraging your pupils lo cullivale any  ��������������������������� available  fertile ground."  Sliptivilv Axel Gicase. .15c tin       Snap, Uic great hand soap. .25c  (ilosso. lhc great English metal and brass polish 25c lin  -red'ec ItnVu t-orRnn'nTc'l rca irbc-a p plicdH3y������������������*-a n yonc Hca ves-a   perfectly smooth and glossy finish, and will not crack.  $2.50"worth will repaint your car complete.  Numidian Aulo Oil. $1.25 per gallon    from    thc    barrel;    or  $1.05 in 1-gallon tins.  .Stephen Lallman left for the  coast several days ago to sign��������������������������� up  for service. lie is now in training  al  Hastings Park.:  Singer Sewing Machines  And accessories, write or call on  the agent at Camlpbell Bros., furniture slore, Vernon, B.C. Letters  promptly answered.  G. A. McWILLIAMS,  General Agent        J3ox .3*12, Vernon  jo the Dairymen  Sell your poorest cow and buy a SHAI1PLES' Sue tion-feed  Scparalor. Vou will save money and labor. These new  SIIARPLKS' arc lhc mosl perfect skimming machine ever invented, and the simplest and easiest lo operate and to wash.  We will deliver lhis machine lo you and set it up in your milk  house   at    lhe    market   prices.  When the .slock we have on hand is sold out the prices on new  slock will advance $10.00.   ,  Present prices, $75.00; $85.00 and $100.00.   "Mst us Have your  order NOW.  5  5  i  s  i  A new shipment of KOOTENAY RANGES and Enamel  ware   and   Tinware   is   due   thisweek, direct from tfre factory,  Wc handle the best in every line, at the lowest market prices.  Sliptivilv Cup Grease in 3-lb tins   75c tin  O-Ccdar Polish      in 25c and 50c battles  .Motor, l^auncbjOik.inJLgal...tins....._,.._.._._. ..._...__$.">.65_  1  Cleveland Standard Bicycles  Price, $50  I  Our stock of Bicycle supplies will be in about April 1st.  We* will be able to. supply'you.with-' inner    and   outer  I tubes, saddles, bells, cement patches, coaster brakes etc.  We can supply your every want in the Hardware, Tin and Plumbing line.  Bring in your old kettles, pots and pans and repairs of all kinds. .We will fix ttliem and  save you dollars at the cost of 25c or 50c.  Fulton Hardware Company,  XX

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