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 /j'    w  ejewa������������������������������������hi*KMLJ  ���������������������������-: <>'  .-. "t-  ~)l  V  Enderby, B. C., March 21, 1918  NEWS AND VIEWS  School Inspector Anstey visited  the Fortune school the end ot last  week,  '   Jas.   McMahon   is   going   to   Alberta for the summer, a soldier of  the soil.  ' Mr.  and  Mrs.  Leighton   are  pre  paring to leave for Minneapolis in  ihe near future.  Mr.  and Mrs.  Harry  Baxter and  child are visiting Iheir parents for  n       a few days from Golden.  Ed.   Mack   left   for Alberta last  ���������������������������>     week to look into a farming proposition, associated with* Mr.Bryant.  Bert Hassartl, exempted from  military service in order to work  on the farm; returned from the  training camp at the coast the  past week. " <  Tlie' entire contents of the Royal  Hotel, Vernon, is to be so'.d at public auction, ncxt Tuesday and  Wednesday. Attention is drawn  \o advertisement in this weeks issue of the Press giving particulars  of the proposed sale.  "A Daughter v of the^Gods"  Enderby Opera House was well  . filled  Monday  evening to  see  Annette Kellerman in the photo fairy  play   "A   Daughter*-of   the   Gods.  Nobody went away displeased. We  *   did hear one dear jold granny say  Annette should wearonore clothes  -.-       to   make  her  respectable,  but, we  don't think many in  the audience  felt that "way about it. r We never  set ourselves up as a judge of,lingerie and do not know-how much  -   of it one should wear in fairyland  ���������������������������6   be   decently   respectable.   / We  -     Vhave~  seen    some . short-   skirted  7    rfdames in, the past few years prom-  '������������������'< - Vehading   the   streets   and _.,as   we  5>- V 7studied^ the  shape  we  prayed  al-  i������������������Vf-  -most aloud; "God give: us clothes!  [It^ ���������������������������Pile,-'cnit on.V    But when we .saw  LfetVyi.^-innattp ki>11<>rmhn the other night,  AND      WALKER'S,,   WEEKLY  Vol. 11; No. 3; Whole No. 543  Quick Results  Red Cross Tea Rooms  When the Enderby Food Conservation Committee took up the  work bf the Canada Food Board a  few weeks ago, a strong resolution  was forwarded to the Provincial  organization asking the Food Board  to enquire inlo the waste on  a large scale in having thc flouring  mill at Enderby standing idle with  wheat shipped out of the Valley  and flour shipped in. In response  to this resolution the following  communication has bcen received  from lhe secretary of the Provincial Food Board:��������������������������� ,  Mr. A. C. Skaling, Sec. Local Food  Conservation Committee, Enderby, B. C,      -  Dear Sir: I have your letter ol  Mch. 5th together with a copy ol  the- resolution which you have  sent -to the Dominion Food- Controller and to the Hon. Martin Burrell, as well as to myself.. "    '  Your letter sets forth very clearly a" condition which ought not to  be permitted especially at a time  when railway facilities, are so inadequate to meet the needs; of the  country.     ~ -���������������������������  I have written to the food Controller and have stated your committee have in my estimation made  out a strong-case, and lhat immediate- steps should bee taken lo give  effect tothe resolution. .  "With regard to the lnsufhcicnt  amount of.seed grain in the Okanagan Valley,I am informed by Mr.  Engiish of the Soil and Crop  Division of the Department of Agriculture that large quantities oi  seed wheat ?nd oats are now being  brought into the province, and 1  am-"sure that by corresponding  with him at .once, he "could* furnish ; atr reasonable rates all the  seed grain of these byo cereals-required.     '; ' ' 1   -  VcYon won't miss '; the military  whist party to be given ,in the K:  of-P. hall, April.2nd, if you want  to thoroughly enjoy- yourself, j In  military whist,the players are despatched :in pairs from ,one table  to another-to getSthe-other_fclio,wfs  goat? the national flag >represented;  atUa*bb^t^Ie.;%Ypu>eU6^^taJc^������������������:  Red   Crosss   monthly  Receipts   for   Fcb'y  Stores      Canadian Patriotic Fund  statement;  ....$ 52.45   V     2.49  *.*     20.00  Donations rec'd: Mrs. Speers,  oilcloth; Mr. Crane, blinds and  month's rent;' Mrs. Robinson,  dishes; Miss Gibbs, cups and saucers; Miss Forster, lea cloths; Mr.  Harrop, stove; Mr. Hartry, &1.0U;  Helper, ������������������2.50;. Mrs. Landon tea;  Mrs. Twigg, cream; Mr. Lewis,  wood   and   light;-    Mrs.   Smedley,  milk. ' ..'..ii  The������������������ committee   desire   to   than*  the following gentlemen who kindly    helped    at    time    of   moving:  Messrs. Crane, Turner, Gibbs, Bryant; H. Mowat, J. Harvey,'Masters  Winter;   Grettan,   Dill,   McQuarne.  Special   thanks   are   due   Mr.   Geo.  Bell  for- use of tea rooms free ot  cl* m rrfc������������������ * **���������������������������  *  Prfsoners of War Fund:    Donations rec'd .since last list was-published f  "        ���������������������������   7   '  XYZ.(2  months)    ......  Mrs. Brown  (2 months)   ...  Mrs.   Winter ;-v  Tea   Rooms      Helper    '   Any ladv willing to serve  name is not on tea-list kindly communicate swilh- committee. Any  donations of money thankfully received. ���������������������������     "V* '       '  Thc treasurer of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund acknowledges the  following conlributions received  since   publication  of  the  last  list-  Rev. J.  A.  Dow  R.  E.   Wheeler      Dr. II. W. Keith   . . .  Junior Boys Club   .  S.  F.   Harlry      Miss  E.   Cooke '   C. B. Winter      H. E. Mowat      A.   Reeves      Mrs.   Reeves  Miss Laing   F. A. Adams      Mrs. A. A. Faulkner  Miss A. B. Faulkner  ..$  COO  1.00  5.00  1.20  1.00  3.00  10.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  Pleased With Parcels  Pte. Sam Roberts writes:    "I beg  lo thank vou ever so much for the  lovely  parcel   which   I   received   a  week ago.    It was ever so kind oi  you to think of me again-lhis year.  I reallv didn't expect anything this  vear,  on   account of  my  being  in  England.     1   considered   thc   Club  would do well if they provided for  the bovs that were in France, because there so many things to contribute  to,  what  wilh  the  Halifax  disaster, etc.    However everything  was    verv   nice,   and   I   and    ray  chums,   including   Sgt.   Jack   War-  "1.00 j wick,  appreciated   very,much.    It,  1.00 went  to-my   home" first,  and   they  2.00 sent it on to me. Well, I keep very  1  much the same, my head'troubles  -x'  $38.20  Canada Food Board  .9  4.00  2.00  '.  2.00  20.00  .   2.50  whose  In  tary  Red Cross Society  Monthly report of  cieiv, Jan. 31st, 1918.,;  Mr.  Lewis subscription .  Market  Stall   .. - :   Balance *on- handy...-:...  Red Cross So-  .'.$  .   2.50  8.25  187.33  Cheque A.  Cheque M,  Hod gins yarn  R. Gibbs-..,..  Balance on handrail. 31st  198.08  J-57.60  :   24.54  . 82.141  115.94 '  a-leller to Mr. Skaling, ^secre-  no( ��������������������������� the    Food<j Conservation  Committee, Mr.  Gibson, provincial  organizer,     writes     that     another  change has had to be made in the  date of Mrs. Muldrew's visit to Ln-  derby.    -Owing, to    arrangements  which vshe thinks now quite satisfactory, she will arrive at Enderby  on  the noon-train, Saturday,-Mch.  30th, and will be there until Wednesday   afternoon,- April   3rd.     I  would advise that you arrange the  meeting    for    Tuesday    afternoon,!  April 2nd.    It is quite possible that  Mrs. Muldrew,would be willing-lo  hold   a   special' meeting   with- the  ladies   in   addition   to   the   general  meeting  which  I  have  mentioned  during her stay in Enderby. -Mrs.  Muldrcw   is   in   possession, ol   the  most complete information* on the  subject  of  food, conservation,-and  is  familiar with -the work oi  the  'Sood "Control-'Department- at, Ottawa*.    She is a good'speaker'and is  well "trualifiecl.to,speak on the great  ,ood-������������������uceslioh.h   She was'Toy, several   years   head   of  tlie   domestic  me  quite  a  bit- sometimes. " I -am  only doing light work.    I am now  marked   B   2   category.     I   had   a,^  special .medical   exam   last   week,   ;  a������������������d they  find  mc  unfit  for/train-?,*  ing or anv hard work, so they put S  me on a light job for a while long- - y  er.     B   2   means  unfit   for  service  overseas, so I am kept- in England  doing what 1 am able.    I see "Jack   *  Warwick    and    Vic    Bogert    quite    ?  oflen.     We   are   having  very   nice-  weather  for this time of year.    L;,  hope it is as good in France.    My  brother- in   France' was   alright ---.a:   .  week   back.     I  haven't  seen. Capt.    .  Cameron for some time: I guess he  has  left  this  camp-'.I.-think',therei.yj  will be a big drive on'the western -, ;  front in  the'near future.    I,have-;;  h'i much"news to write.-Hope:.all<;  Enderby friends arc-keeping-well, X  and  that * you  had  a"nice .winter.^ -  I-hope to get back to" Enderby some, -  day; and to sec my brother, 13ob.^yi7v.  Pte.' H.  A.   Preston ~writes'yfrom f;  France:     "Would   you, allow-,me, -  through, fhe" columns" of yoiu;- val- c  liable paper, to thank the ladies of .  the Enderby Trench Comfort .Club-?  foiv their, very   nice  and>wfelcome:  parcel ,1  received--Feb.',4'lh.   '-It' is.-  i,, -j -���������������������������gm  "*���������������������������*    .^-  ���������������������������i  ***"''I  ��������������������������� pS ~V,  *",���������������������������*-,  S Vv>5&,?|  ���������������������������.-re - vfg ?���������������������������  .-J ������������������-..  divinely.,pe������������������UM*M^M������������������ w*MY''T\tX-=-  lermany should wear,;\*W&V%A_  Of cowrse, KV^.W-^i-'&'oJKS  and rto' tog like- mat- in Pndevbyy  wc are.nol so well.Jraii; for a������������������s-  piov.1* Nor are we living in Gnome-  . and- Put Annette Ke������������������erroaj]> was  gorgeous in her/apparel, and if  the war continues another decade  we may reach Gnomeland yd.  New Variety o'f W&fy  AL"letter to Seqrelary-\A\$*. ?f  Northern OKanasan F������������������"ners Insli-  tute, from ff. A. pnglish, chtef soil  and Crop instructor, says:        -  - "We were planning to conduct  in the North Okanagan a deraon-  straVion in the growing of Marquis  wheat which is something m me  nature of an experiment. We require for this purpose.two acres  o'f uniform sojfin 'good condition  We will supply Vhe seed which is  registered and the crop would pe  ���������������������������the property of the grower.  "������������������\Ve  would   UHe  to   secure  the  =assistanGc-of=the-most?rcliJible_fafe  ,flag ^Jiack^ tp^your^table W^leaye,  ypuc-flag-at ^^^M?^ ������������������Aer-:?lK^  IU8' the .stipulated -Jwpe,*;tJ������������������e^aWe  havingVthe- .greatest .^number, -of  Hags/ from other , uatlpns. ������������������s ;xde-  clared the winner. The.proceeds  of-the evening will he divided be:  tween the Red Cross and the Patriotic Funds. Simple refreshments  are to be served.  ��������������������������� BvEaulknerV  ".Treasurer-  Sunday dinner at the King Edward. y  For Sale���������������������������a number ofc8^ weeks pjd  pigs, registered Yorkshires. AfSotn  sexes; weighing 40 lbs. and over-  Ed-  Harrop.  Enderby.   ,--��������������������������� ^t������������������  mer of your district for this pur  pose,  since  the-seed  would  serve  as a valuable  source of seed  for  f"SSffof N. O. F. A. who Nvish  to have this experiment on their  land will please write Sec. Little  Hiving short description as to kind,  condition and location pt the land  and such particulars will be ioi-  warded to the Department of Agriculture.    Wool Prices  Mr. Harry Butcharl is in receipt  of the following letter Irom Mr. W.  T    McDonald,   live   stock   commissioner, with relation to wool prices  which will be of interest to farmers having any number ol   slicep.  "In regard to marketing wool, saysi  savs Mr. McDonald. "I may say last  vear   we    organized    the    Interior  Wool   Growers*   Association   with  headquarters  in   Jvcmlpopst      the  members of this  Association were  able to secure about GO cents net.  This  vear   the   Dominion   Government is assisting the sheepmen in  Canada    to    market    their    wool  through the National Wool  Warehouses   in   Toronto.     J   am   convinced that all of our wool grow-,  ers would do well to ship direct to  the National Warehouse.    I understand  that  a  liberal   advance  will  be made to the shipper when lhe  Wool is loaded on the cars. A member   of   our   staff,   Mr.   George   C.  Hayes,   District   Agricultural ist, _.at  Kamloops, is the B. C. director of  the National Wool  Growers' Association, and you  could secure lull  information by wrning to his dn-  cct, at Kamloops, B.C.  vK  Income T^.EQ*w$  Are  ftpw  ^y^wWe  Returns mwst t������������������e flW on or More 3t������������������t M������������������ffc|������������������  c'c^lng?-.tcr^tbcm,'^Jor^tL>ey^ave������������������&^^|jl  come tmthe fronton.this2war:.an4^ -^ ^ ^  done theirVbitV"'* -������������������>"*'������������������~-��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ^  it.   The boys h������������������  kindness.",--.  . and stillyarec doing .^-^r? ^  iere appreciate .their -1-; ':\v- ;���������������������������]  s7-J 7 gr -*v'> T^^'Ts'Ws]  fyWw'VlCW*'  Szr:\  T the five special Forms provide4 before 3lst M^ch, W*- In pmer.to  | assist thePpuWc to um&stan4 jyst w^t: w requlrc4 of them, information  OJeach ForSiUSS Wow. ^ea<J carefully, then get three copies of tfce  form that <������������������t? y������������������5 casePan4 fill them in. Answer AjSffS^_-m^  accurately.  For malcing false statements, ������������������ penalty ���������������������������! WW ff ���������������������������!������������������ Wl������������������rtl������������������  Hf������������������rvWlHI������������������f.-A������������������ Perwn, unmarried, and fJ^^g^J^  bra js stm,!^^ ������������������& *  nerships mu������������������t. /    -       .   .   .  ��������������������������� ..... #w.  &X3JEL������������������!^^ ������������������patriotic^  and Canadian Red Cross or other approved War f wdt.  Srtributed.   A separate Form must be filled w for each ettate.  RlHllhn,irl mU8t uge Form T4 to give names and amounts of salaries, bonuses, commissions W������������������  SSSffiSSi������������������at?on PaK 5? employees during I9t7 where such remunerate amounted m tht  aggregate to $1000 or over. - * '  ^..mratiiin Llkts af Shareholders.���������������������������On Form T5 corporations shall g������������������ve a.statement or ap  SSSS^iS&S SSVSSSS*^ residing in S^a during 1917 statmg to whom pa!*  Jwe,e tnZ^c-se are to cover 1917 income-all Forms must b. ������������������ed by 31* M������������������<*.   T������������������  __aLa a fine ef UM for eech flay ef default may \n Impoted.  the Insoector of Taxation for your Pistrict. Jn the case of TJ, T4 wojs. ������������������������������������������������������P o**8 ^P^ WQ ,UB  Se ffirtwo. wi "the Commissioner of Taxation. Pept. of Finance, Ott������������������w������������������. -_  Farm, may be ol������������������talnei| from tht district Insptettrt tf Twatltn end from tht Pwl-  master* ������������������t all leading c������������������ntr������������������*.  Postage musl be paid on all letters  and documents forwarded by mail  to Inspector of Taxation.  Department of Finance.  Ottawa, Canada.  Inspector of Taxation. AG. McCndle... Mol.on. Bank Building, Vancouver, B.C.  Canadians  are-sincere ,in  the.ir;.*.  fight for Pemocracy.   3Ve .areynot^y .  disposed  to strike  for Pemocracy^'  with one hand, and- with the others y .  accept   the c hadges _of   autocracy.-,v  haiided down by the ruling class ^  in'" the    shape    of>   knighthood   ,-  baubles.    An announcement ;comes -  from Ottawa which .'is the health- -.  iest sign of the times that $0*8 has. ._  brought- - It says:   '       ���������������������������  .   _ \ ;- -v  , t "Announcement ~=-of    Canatlinn,  honors - of    the    British    Empire- \  order . has    heen    posponecj     in-  definitely.    While  nothing  oflicial  can be obtained and cabinet min- _  isters  positively  refuse  to  discuss   -���������������������������  the subject, it is believed that the  government   asked    that   the   list,  which   was  expensive,  be   not  an- .  nounccd for the present. The hon-  -ors^w4lU>eJielcUndelinitel>yvJT^erc������������������  is   a   growing    feeling,   which   aj|  share, .   that     titles     and     honors ,  are becoming too commonand too  numerous   in   Canada.    Thc honor  list,   which   was   prepared   under  the  new   British   Empire  order,  is  said  to have contained tlirce nun-  died   and   fifty   names,,   a   goodly   '  number   of   which   were   knights,  'it is said the cabinet ministers on  both sides agreed on the postponement   of ' approval   of   the   names.  The question of titles will be dis-    -  cussed this coming session ot  parliament,'and the cabinet may have  decided   lo wail until  after  it  has  obtained   lhe   views   of   members.  Capt. J.,.11  Burnham, member  for  West  Petcrloo.  has  announced  his  intention   of  introducing  a   bill   to  abolish   all  titles.     Five years  ago  he introduced a similar bill, but it  was laughed out of the House. Now  it   is   promised   serious   consideration  and  Capt.  Burnham wants to  act   an   expression   of   opinion   on  the   subject. "If   it   is   carried   the  Canadian   honors   under   the   new  order may  never bc announced.  Messrs. A. and H. Tomkinson visited  Vancouver last week, returning to ���������������������������  Grindrod Wednesday. Mr. A. Tomkinson purchaW the machinery for a saw  mill which he is to ��������������������������� build on the river  bank at the Grindrod bridge.   .  FOR SALE-Kitchen utensils, rugs,  Victor records antkbooks. Mrs. Leighton, Enderby^   The ladies of the Methodist Church  will hold an afternoon tea and sale of  home cooking on Saturday, March aO,  at the Red Cross tea rooms. &  All THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  THURSDAY,  MARCH .21    1918.  WHY NOT?  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   WA1.KKR      '  Advertising Rales:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  25c each subse-  /"    quent insertion.     Contract advertising', SI an inch per month.  Published every   Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C.  at  S2   per  year,  Walker   Press.  by, the  TH U R.SD AY,   MARCH  1918.  MARKING TIME  For  the  past  mai;kingV-imc  rour^yvvn:  four yearsejEnderby lias been  We" thought wc were "holding  ;We.h;i_ve known wc were noftmaking  headway Lii't "beJ/sved wc were not.going back.  'How 'far"have avc bcen right in lhis? ;Looking  al condilions today-and placing Ihem-side by  wilh. those \of lour years ago, what do we  d?    Is. there a sane man who will claim we  Anolhcr month has gone, and slill no progress  apparently lias been made in reopening the Enderby hospital. At the meeting oi" the "Woman's  Club Saturday last another resolution was passed  urging lhc provincial governmcnl lo give financial aid to tliis inslilulion, tliis inspite oi* thc fact  thai as long ago as May, 1917, llie government  definitely notified the'Enderby Hospital Board  that an order-in-council had been passed giving  the applicd-for aid provided lhc required reports  stipulated in the Hospitals Acl were furnished'by  lhc board. If these reports arc not furnished il  seems like clinging to a forlorn hope to expect  thc government too side-step the Act and give  financial aid to an inslilulion lhat has since becn  allowed to close ils floors and has been out of  existence several months. 7        "*  At thc same time there is an application before the board from Nurse S. McPherson in  which Mrs. McPhcrson undertakes .to reopen thc  hospilal free of any further cosl do the cily or  Uic hospilal board, provided she is given thc  building free of rent, water, light and fuel. And  Ave had at the lasl public meeting of the board  thc unqualified statement by Dr. Keith lhat Mrs.  McPhcrson is fully qualified to carry on Ih hospital work���������������������������as qualified as any trained nurse wc  could gel to lake charge of a hospilal of this size.  Dr. Keith is in a position to know. In addition  to this expert testimony, wc undcrsond a petition  is in circulation and has been generously signed  b}' Enderby citizens asking the city to accept thc  application of Mis. McPhcrson.  Then why continue the- donolhing policy in  connection wilh the hospital? Why prolong the  agony? Why send more petitions to the government when, as a matter of fact, we have not  complied wilh ihe first-requirement of thc Hospital Act? Why pile up more trouble  by perpetuating ihe-policy* which failed in-lhc  pasl and promises no better for the future?  Why aspire to the impossible ^hen lhc practicable is at hand, wailing for lhc doors to bc  opened? * Mrs. McPherson has nursed in Enderby and Armstrong dislridfor len years or more.  She is now located at Enderby and is the only  nurse at the present lime fallowing thc piofcs-'  ������������������3 IKE WORLD'S BEST CHEW  It is manufactured  tobacco in its purest  form.  It   has  flavor.  a  pleasing  It is tobacco scientifically prepared?  for man's use.    -  Are you groingr to do any  Building or Repairing*  This Season?  any  Enderby  home  where  she  has  will  find  she  has "more-than  y i   . * ���������������������������*' r i  city  has.given  and has, remitted  Sa'w  . c   slaiuPas wed todav as wc did lhen?���������������������������  Admitting  that general world conditions have in a measure  been "responsible for lhe change, is there a sane  man who will claim lhal, as a community, wc  have done all in our power lo prevent thc loss of  ground  9  Have wc, in fact, done anything worth  to prevent the backsliding?    Have wc not  while  figur  atively sal wilh  war  lo  cease?  w  folded hands and wailed for the  - Have we nol '"let things slide"  Kaiser Bill and spouting loyalty?  When  lhe war'broke upon Europe The Press  ;ilc  damning  strongly  si on. - "Ask  nursed  and  you  given satisfaction.!  In -the pasl lhe city has.given lhc hospital  building rent free' and has', remitted the -water  rate, while the Okanagan Sa,w Mills, always  ready to'"aid. any worthy cause, has.given '.the  hospilal light free and for the most part wood  free. In addition the hospital board raised. $25  a month to pay thc salary of an assistant,-tlie  nurse taking the hospilal fees as Jicr part. Mrs.  McPherson is asking no morc than has previously becn granted and is making no application for  salary for an assistant, which would .have to bc  raised if a graduate nurse were put in charge.  Under these circumstances can anyone'give a  good reason why Ihe cily should nol open the  hospilal doors and ask Mrs. McPherson to take  charge? Wc would thus put an end to thc petty  strife which has been allowed to go on these  many months.  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES::  Cull  NTo.  Boards      2 Dimension, ,2x4 and 2x6  Dry Blocks    Planing Mill Wood-..  10.00"  15.00  per  per  2.50  thousand  thousand  2.25  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, ttd.������������������������������������dert,,  ���������������������������jcr  _A name that stands for the best in hotel service V v..  Herds on the Pecreaee  ij>.--������������������  ; Figures compiled some months  ago by the French authorities  show how the herds of. livestock  have been depleted since the outbreak of the war. Cattle ' have  been reduced by 16 per cent, hogs  by 40 per cent and sheep, by 36  per cent. Canada has been supplying only the following per-  cenage of the Allies' requirements: Beef 2 per cent; pork products 8 per cent and butter X-per  cent. " ..  BRIDGE REPAJRS  Ltgcd continued loyally lo home institutions as lhe first essential lo loyally lo lhc Empire.    Wc slated then thai lhc best way lo show  our  lovaltv  lo  lhe Empire was  to continue dc- .   ,      ,   , .    ,   , ,       ,    ..,, ,   -        .      .  wi!fitrriwniT-tl^^  in  for  condemned I'or expressing these sentiments then,  bul today from every department oi' the governmcnl having anything lo do wilh furnishing war  munitions, "foodstuffs, elc, lhis is the rallying  slogan sounded for 'lie people.  Wc should make up our minds lhal. so far as  after lhe ^'ar conditions are concerned, we have  them  now as much as \ve shall ever feel them.  And thai thc only way lo proceed to make local  condilions  belier   is   to  proceed.     Damning   the  Kaiser  won't do  il.     Wailing  for somclhing  lo  turn up won't do il.   Nothing is going lo turn up  unless we who are left turn ii up.    The government can'l help.    Oilier towns won't help.    We  have lo do il ourselves.    And ii must be /lone by  a long, steady pull, and a pull altogether.    There  musl be co-opernlion in one supreme clforl���������������������������cooperation between businessmen and between, lhe  businessmen and lhe farmers of the surrounding  districts.      Businessmen    must    inleresl    themselves in  those things which benefit the farmer.  Wc  must  co-opera lc wilh   li.e  farmer  lo bring  aboul    greater    production    and    a    surer    and  steadier   markcl.      There   is a   demand   in   lhc  norlh west  for ali   wc can   produce a I  top-notch;  pi'ices.     And   our   producers   can   get  inlo   lhat-  market al maintained high prices, provided thc  .right-   marketing    methods    are    followed.     In  his recent visit to Enderby Market Commissioner  Grant   told   lhc  Press   that   there  was  really  no  limit to thc possibilities of development of this  north west, market;   Thc total product of British  Columbia  would not supply* morc  lhan  60 per  cent of Lhc market demand if every ton of our  produce   were  sold   there.     The   deficiency   has  been   onc   of   marketing   not   market,   and   lhc  troubles of our past arc fast being overcome by  closer co-operation among the farmers.   Is it not  ihis  spirit  of  co-operation   which   the  business  men of Enderby musl set an example in and aid  the growers in maintaining and developing?  Last year the Provincial Department of Works  did some temporary work on the bridges at Enderby  and  at   Fortune's   Crossing.     This   work  Fall, wb.cn it was promised morc substantial  work would bc done.- The low water came, and  has gone. The river is now on the rise. It will  be sonic weeks before high Avalcr is reached, but  what is known as low water time has been  allowed to pass without the promised permanent  work being done. 13olh bridges arc liable to bc  washed out wilh the spring freshets. The heavy  snowfall is certain fo bring high Avalcr. Al Fortune's Crossing thc bridge is "held u\i by a telephone pole and logging chain. Thc Ei.derby  bridge is less shaky, but i.s in no condition to  wjlhshmd the lesl of high waler. Bridge men  fell us lhal unless a1 wing-dam is buill on the east  side of thc river Lo protect thc bank high waler  is almost certain lo cany away thai porlion of  the bridge and Avilh il will go thc city's Avalcr  main. If anything is lo bc done iVmusl be done  quickly. Delay is most certain to cost the government dearly.  The thing, that goes the  - est  Toward making life  Avhile,  That costs the least anct  the most; ; -;  Is just a pleasant smile;  farth-  ���������������������������worth  y  (Joes  A full line of Fresh "Steals. , Home  rendered   Lard and  Home  Fed-Paeon  GEO. R. SHABPP  WHOLESALE - flETAJL WJTCfflSfl.  ^F01"t=^SALE-^^TAvor^up]iolstered  rockers, one couch and one ^Jcil-  chen range. Enquire, G. Rands,  Enderby . '-    ���������������������������  The Food Controller wants us to cat carrots  and onions. NeAVSpaper editors are asked to  think up schemes for. educating the public to eat  all lhc carrots and onions they can assimilate,  right aAvay. The theory is that if Ave fill ourselves up Avith onions and carrots Ave -won't need  so much bread and there Avill be so much more  flour for overseas; also that if onions and carrots  are net eatenVvhile the eating is good they Avill  spoil as there is a surplus stock. NeAvspaper editors have been eating all lhe carrots and onions  coming their Avay for some time. We -shall- continue to do so. You do the same. They used to  say carrots and onions Avere the best things to  eat to preserve one's complexion. It" is sonic  moons since wc had a complexion so we-cannot  give any advice in this respect.   But wc do know  carrots and onions it Avill pre-  Notice of Dissolution of  Partnership  Grindrod Saw Mills  Nolicc is hereby given Hint I  have disposed of all my interest in  the luni 1*101', pole and post business,  formerly carried on by me, Ihe undersigned, and Henry William Bischcl, under the firm name, and  slyle of Grindrod Saw Hills, lo 'lhe  said  Henry William  Bischcl.  All debts owing lo the said partnership are to be paid to thc said  H. W. Bischcl at Grindrod and all  claims against the said partnership  are to-be presented to the said It.  W. Bischcl, by Avhom the same will  bc settled.  Dated ii't Enderby, B. C. this  27th day:or February, 1918.  AR THUR TOMKINS ON,  per his solicitor A. C. Skaling.  SECRET SOCJETJES  H. SPEEUS  W. M.  A-F.&A^.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Bfa-  sonic {{all. Visiting  brethren cordinlly invited  C. H. REEVES  S ecrettry  ENPEJipy   K>PGE  No. 85. K- of p.  Meets everv Monday evening  in Masonic Hajl.   Visitors cor-  ' dially invited to attend. ,���������������������������*  CHAS. HAWWS. C. C.      '  H. M. WALKER K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  11  wc eal enough  .serve lhe Hour, and, really, people are not Avorry-  Jing much aboul complexion these d  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low ?  PROFESSIONAL  il  ^ C. SKATING, 3. A.  Barrister, Solicitor, !_  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  MAT HASSEN  Auctioneer  and   Live  Stock  Salesman   ���������������������������  Farm Sales my specialty.    See me  about   your   sales  Armslrong B. C.  \  lays.  O  f  .1  \  y we ceie  brate r^.o-^^.^^^,... , M^af.*  axfe3!sc���������������������������a.aas*iT ���������������������������*;*..*��������������������������� ���������������������������jr;.f ^-jj&jatgi  a*FS^r35SKOM35BUra������������������B3i  *****=*������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� "TQS&i'y-K -~ jKteg^^^?^  o-  THURSDAY,  MARCH  21    1M8.  THE ENDEKBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ,;V  ^.\->.  "IBaftr til* Brat of U"  A merry heart, a merry laugh,  A face with,lots of sun in it,  A merry tongc with merry chaff.  And quip with lots of fun in it  If trouble comes,, and trouble will,  When others make a guest of it,  Keep on a smiling face, and slill  Strive on and make thc best of it.  And if the Avorst comes to thc worst,  And life has no more zest in it,  Well, there are fewer clouds to burst,  So why not make the best of it?,-  Then learn to leave behind you care���������������������������  A fool but walks abreast of it;*  Don't be a victim of despair,  But always make the best of it.  IFooft cttoitsr rUntion m tljf Kitr b^n  sour milk, 1 cup sweet milk, 1%  teaspoons soda, Vz cup molasses,  % cup sugar, 1 tablespoon butter,  1 teaspoon salt, 1 egg. Mehtod:  Mix cornmeal, flour, sugar, soda  and salt together. Make holes in  center, add molasses, butter melted  sav eel milk and well beaten egg.  Mix- thoroughly and beat for five  minutes. Bake in a flat greased  baking tin in a-hot oven about 35  minutes.    Serve hot with butter.  Potato Cakes. 2 cups mashed  potatoes, 2 cups flour, 4 tablespoons dripping, 1 teaspoon salt, 2  rounding teaspoons baking powder, V> or % cups grated or shredded cheese, few grains of cayenne  pepper, milk to make soft dough.  Sift flour, baking powder and salt;  add potatoes/ cheese and dripping;  rub Avell together; -add milk to  make biscuit dough; roll out % in.  thickness; cut .out and cook on  griddle or in- a hot 'oven 15 min  ut'es.   . .   ���������������������������  "fifty-fifty" obligation rests on all  of us. That of the soldier is fighting; that of the general public is  producing and saving what is necessary to keep the soldier in fight ���������������������������  ing condilion.  H Last year California" shipped  40,000 care of oranges, but this  year^only 15,000 carloads will be  shipped, and about 7,000 carloads  of lemons, owing to the drouth  last summer.  Points About Income Tax5  A>  ' ���������������������������?*   ->-���������������������������.  more than two thirds full.' Cover  closely, in. steamer 3% hours,  where water is boiling rapidly. -  Cornmeal Biscuits: 1 cup corn  meal, 1" cup 'bread flour, one tea-  spoonful of baking soda, and one  .teaspoon cream rtartar, - y% teaspoon %alt, 1 tablespoon shortening, about 1 cup butter milk. Half  tup sugar and 1- cup' raisins, and 1  egg. may be used to make tea biscuits. :������������������; S ��������������������������� ". " '"- '. --;.,-- v*  < Oatmear Cakes.: 2 cups fine .oatmeal,' Vi \cup" flour,] 1-third Jciip  shortening^y^ 7 teaspoon - salt,- * a  pinch of baking soda." ^ Method:  MixTsodai salt, meaPaiidyftqur.,Rub  iii-* shortening., and make into .stiff  paste"-with ^boiling water/ .turn "out  onya board with "some,dry .oatmeal.  Cut* in If our". Roll; Vach /piece Jnto  ^*ftund.V'Cut iri^fouf\and-bake" in  a*inoderate;oven~- until, tight brown  in-' color.'-J -They'maylbe rolled -out  fyery^thinly or_be.left; about; % inch  tnick^accbrding **-to taste. V" 7ys '  rjBJaisiriVBrownV Bread; V 3;. cups  Ipibalfc. flpujr, Jtl cwK^VMle lflpuiy  3Wv4easpqons ysbda,? 1 - teaspoon;  salt/^^p'wo^sses^2%7jcjips.;sbur.  milk,"%~. cups:seeded floured; rais-r  ins;"* Combinetaud'beatiweli 8N "l?  gfedients except "the" raisins which  aveSaddedSi last; VPwt -._b������������������t������������������p&1nto  grease^ "moulds (l~lb ory% \p  .water. 'Method' Mix���������������������������ancTsift'f|ryjbaking powder tins are:, hest);,  _ ingredients;    addV-molasses < aw} I Cover' with tight coyer or. greased  The following are some of' the  recipes used by - Miss Olive -. E.  Hayess thej government war-time  cookery expert, whose demonstrations in Enderby last week, greatly  . interested the women of the district ih the question of the^saving  of food:'- *" - , - ,'>-*"'--  Bran Loaff 2, cups, bran, 2;cups  _whea't flour, Vi cup sugar, Vi' cup  ."raisins,- 2y<% teaspoons soda, 2 table  "spoons salt.'-- Sour-milk" to make a  ��������������������������� thick" batter; bake in a. moderate  oven ,and. keep ,one; day before  using. - -'- ,* ��������������������������� '���������������������������- :\r-"  "RiceMtiffihs: . 1 pintjsoft boiled  ~rice,-i:cup milk," 2 eggs* well-beaten  i "teaspoon butter. 7 Flour to make  a_-thick, batten ' Bake "in" aymoder-  .atejovetir " . '-".,' -_ _j *-_-",' 'r 'VVl V  .. 'Cof<Bread: 1%, cup cbrnjrneal,  third teaspoon;sptr^cup^flour,^-  J"VVV;;'ycup;. milk?and ^waiter"mixed,,-3^tea'i  [^^^Vspqons^ugar," 2*;tablespboris "short-'  [ ^VV^T yening^br .butter.^ ('Method:-<"Slix; and  'sift^rdry^ ingredients, yadd... liquid  ^jmd^heatrsmboth.Vadd rmel;tedy; |at.c.  r y Pake Jii,a well h'greased;shaUow^|)a'q'.  -vH2jfcrmjnutes&'^  [-;lv';V^-'pteces,'hMtterrand brown ih;oyefW.  |3v V<;l' -Ppstbn^Prowp^read: ^wp������������������iy������������������t  ?L?- -7s meal,.' t^cup; cpViinieab \7 cijp .jra-.  f r\V ^^"jionr,; j| Va.["teaspoons socfa,'}  "���������������������������- -sJ7'-> teaspobn^sah.-y % en'fr-molasses 2  * cups souVmilk or4%cwpl mil> or  '--/ ^^^s':^-^fmi  ' '��������������������������� ?&^2&- -Mt^S*  ���������������������������*.  -     'Z*S*r.  mHH, stir wntil well mixed, tvirn iii-  ifo a greased mowld and coven with  tight; fitting tin. or .brown paper  tied,- <Jawn Rightly and then top.  greased/ well.    Pofr't  fiU  mom]s  paper tied down tightly-and; steam  |H howrs, then. h^He 5 minutes \n  oven." s, - v  "   >  Corn" or Johnny CaH'es.^ ��������������������������� 2= enps  cbVn meal, f ciip white flonr. _t enp  Complete Serylw to For������������������|  Owner* Everywhere  COURTEOUS attention to your needs wherever you may  travel is something yon #ppreci&te, and being a Ford  owner you canget it.   You are always * 'tmong friends.  There are-more than 700 Ford Pealer Service Stations  throughout Canada.   Tbeae are always within easy reach of-  Ford owners���������������������������for gasoline, oil, tires, repairs, accessories,  expert advice or motor adjustments.  The cost of Ford Service it as remarkably low as the cost  of tbe car itself.    Nineteen of the most called for parts cost  only $5.40.    Just compare this with the cost of spare parts-  for other cars and you will realize ,the advantage of owning  a Ford. *- ...  Runabout  Touring -  Coupe  Sedan -������������������-  Chassis  5575  5595  J770  }97Q  $535  THE UNIVERSAL CAR  F. 0. B FORD, ONT.  One-ton Truck $750.  ��������������������������� If the.income war tax law about  to "be" applied"- did" nothing more  than - to cause ji national, stock-*  taking, it would serve a most useful purpose.    ^ .      ���������������������������  The taking of an' inventory of  one's resources invariably induces  one,t������������������'save an*d a desire to save  when-translated," as-it very frequently is, into* a. determination to  save,-' means getting -on - with _ the  war, as- ,well_^a_s happiness all  around. ".This process; first^an in\  ventory' of- one's -resources, then a  desire to save, applied to every' unmarried "person, or,widow -and a  widower without _ dependent ,children receiving/an income of-.$l;500  Jor over and'to, all'other persons  receiving- an income -of $3,000,;ahd  "over, will unquestionably, result in  a large,^prqpbraqnVbf.cases, in^a-  fdesire \ to"* save. *"yrAndJ. thatV,means  more "general prosperity;- and r-re-  newe'd, national strength.':, .': ' ' \  '*":But 'a;national1/stock-taking, is  'onlyViricidental,������������������'of^course, 'tq'tthe  .chief purpqse'/of, Jthe" income ywar  tax*Vwhich is .tbFprovide"'* re.yenue  for thei prosecution of the'jwar,*in  as >quitat)le^.manner^as"; possihte".  :f tie tax isvto he^gradnated;'accoVd-1  -Ing toyone's,ability- to/payVy?Those*  who are in",Receipt o'f] bnly,ya tiying  >vage or "salary-wilt, not he called!  upoij^-'to pay; those.who enjoy' the  highest incomes wiif'tie, called .pn  to pay tbe greatest amounts, anc|  the body "-of-income, receivers between; will be called upon to pay  in due proportion,    v \ 7,    ]  S Moreover, the purposejof the act  is to distribute'the Jmrden equitably Upon all classes.: Py way "of  illustration, the farmer will be, re*.  quired to" add to the Value of his  actual  income,  the .value, of--the  bome-gro"wp  products  which  bis  own family consumes/  This puts  the farmer-on  a plane-with* the  salaried mam the value of whose  services is wholly represented in, Apw������������������mpnvTp  ^be income received, and against! -tVfviVia^fv^^^  ,wbicb-be_: must charge' his living  M/ar^Time Pfooflicfiorv  ifl*. .   <-��������������������������� "        .."���������������������������"  .    .     .   ��������������������������� r ������������������������������������������������������-'.:  ,.- f-     - ���������������������������>(������������������������������������������������������ ^ - ������������������������������������������������������> ,^b  THERE must be no "slackers" .this year, either among th*  seeds or the growers. Every man and woman with garden  space, must produce to the limit of his or her ability. ' And  .that- is why "Rennie's seeds are so essential���������������������������live, vigorous'  seeds from tested stock, to ensure record crops. -  BRUSSELS SPROUTS ��������������������������� Amager     Pkt.  Market. ..'..*.  ; -, .10  CABBAGE���������������������������Rennie's"First Crop..       .10  -CAB SAGE���������������������������Early   Jersey   Wake-  '        J-, field (Improved):     J -, .OS  CAULIFLOWER���������������������������Rennie's Danish  '��������������������������� ..Drouth-Resisting. 16 A, .28  CELERY���������������������������Paris    Goldenr Yellow,.  ^ ��������������������������� Extra Select 15  >   TOMATO���������������������������Bonny-Best (Original).       .10  Rennie's Improved Beefsteak'. .       .10  .   , rLOWER SEEDS  New Giant Astermum���������������������������Mixed Colors::. V. w  Rennie ������������������ XXX Giant Comet Asters���������������������������Mixed  . * .10  t   i~ -,Peerl.eS8 f.lnk A81",: ���������������������������':' ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������   ������������������1S  Early. Blooming Cosmos���������������������������Mixed. ..-:..,... -i..   .10  Rennie sXXX Exhibition Mixture Pansy. - .%;..   .26  ^Rennie's XXX Pnxe Ruffled Giant,Single Petunia��������������������������� V,-' *& -,-  ������������������to V^M������������������xturetv ��������������������������� ��������������������������� w������������������ ���������������������������;��������������������������� ..��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� - ?��������������������������� ���������������������������:. T. ���������������������������:.-.... 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TORONIO        WINNierc  '--<.--, ^ -���������������������������*-:~'~r. ���������������������������"���������������������������������������������'- 4- ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-,  ~ 'Si ,-���������������������������$**  7 ses7H^iM������������������$m\  \' ���������������������������",-.��������������������������� -Ail  .A."~(*J-    -^V* I  In .or^er, tq bold1 t^e. creamery bwsinesys in tbe-'noriherrriebd f(Sf-"'  fhe-Okanagan, :ar������������������d.t������������������ maintaintbe high >tandard>of excetfehce'weia^"V:;  last have wpn for bur-bnt.ter������������������-we must have the support of-every p^^V'  ducer-of cream Jn the district^-;   :      -  'j ���������������������������  oV    ^  ;V K ������������������iTt;  ' \Vet feel tbat "every, cream^pfoducer should 8������������������ve us^tbis^supportrr^^Vj'^S^.  for it is of vital importance tMbe district;'and of jncalculable'-bene^, d >7';:V"{  0t to every dairyman,-however Jarge-or small bis output, to have-the>V '7;X,'iS*t  creamery at,Armstrong in operation.   :       -^-_        -        .-     ' " ^V1- '*"  - It is our-intention, tberefore, to make it worth while for. this- y * vy'  undivided support to be given us. We are' nbw oflferihg to pay 48c ^ \'y/^  per pound for butter fat in cream" testing 30 per cent and upwards, - 7~ * *_V|  and will pay express charges' both ways, on large or small shipments' -V V '.77  N. 0. Creamery Association  "vl  P; C.  expenses.  , -   ,  Canada has established a war record that is the envy of the world.  It is certain that the Canadian people will run true to form in answer to this latest call of .their war  government-  Mack & Rands, Dealers, Enderby  FfrHosppfry of tlie Selfish  An Alberta farmer was, recently  heard to say: "No more swine  growing for me. f raised, forty  bead l������������������st year and couldbave sold  the grain for $200.00 more money  than I got for the hogs, because of  the buyers' strike last week. J got  caught once, and.I know when I've  got-enough.-'  Put suppose Ihe soldier reasoned  the same way and said: "No more  fighting for me. I was in Cambrai  last week and got hurt. I've been  hit' once and know when I've got  enough."  The soldier who undertook to  act on that- kind of reasoning  would be taken ,out> and shot, because he is expected to forget himself and to suffer and, if need be,  die for his country. The farmer in  question felt no duty resting on  him, yet his philosophy acted on  in a large way is just as likely to  cause us to lose this war as would  that of the soldier. In the language of the Country Gentleman a  SeecJ* Jv*ve ^nve^---Package tw4 Pi#  Also Timothy, Alfalfa ancl Clover Seed.  We sell at Jiermie's prices.  A few sacks of Afarquis See4 Whedt for sale.  Marmalacje Oranges now in  TEECE & SON,   PlfiMflk  - ii  M ofc*dry ...ft*3fij������������������*fc  tnd 25 varieties Sweet peas, all for  61.00  To introduce our seeds to thousands of new people and to make  you acquainted with the fact that we olFcr more for thc money than  any other seed house in our line, wc make the following gigantic and  unparalleled offer:  20 Extra karge Packages of Choice Vegetable Seeds of Early and  J-ate Varieties:  2 Beets;"2   Cabbages; 2 lettuce; 2 Onions; 2 Radishes; 1 Celery:  2 Turnips; 2 Carrots; \ Cauliflower; 1 Winter Spinach; 1 Dwarf  Kale; t Tall Kale; t Parsley.     No two packages alike.  FREE with all the above, 25 varieties of Sweet Pea Seeds.  No matter wherc you live or what you buy, this MAMMOTH collection would cost you not less than ������������������1.75 from any other seed house,  but we will send all of thc above hy mail, postpaid, for only One  Dollar. Send silver, stamps or money order and address all orders  to ���������������������������.  The Morningside Seed Company  WINNIPEG  Seed Specialists.  P. O. BOX 1356  CANADA /&  %  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  THURSDAY,  MARCH  21   1W8.  TOROMTO.C"  MAKE PERFECT  ���������������������������   _'"   BREAD  WAST  MKES  "MADE   IN  CANADA  rEWGlLLETT COMPANV rJ  njii^ra  Food Value of Potatoes  0 ""^****"**"  People who wish to help in food  conservation   should   consider '.potatoes   as . a   partial   substitute   for  wheat (lour. Potatoes are the chief  "���������������������������staple    of    semi-perishable^ foods.  Canadians   do   not   cat   their   fair  share  of  potatoes  even  in  normal  times.     We   have   been'   largely   a  wheat,- beef   and   pork   consuming  people.    These staples are now required for overseas and it behooves  us   tu   substitute   olher   foods  *for  them  wherever possible.    We consume, perhaps, 2%  bushels' of potatoes per capita per year, or one-  ��������������������������� third of a pound per day���������������������������equal to  one, fair-sized potato. In some  European countries .one pound -,per  -. capita per day is consumed, ahd  in some districts .four-pounds per  day, and nearly twenty-five bushels per year. '.  Despite    thc   increase    in    price  since   the   war,   potatoes. ar<*   still  among the cheapest of foods. One  pound of roast beef costs ten  times as much as a pound of'potatoes, and 20 per cent of beef is  bone. Three ancl a third pounds  of potatoes supply 1,000 calories  of energy, at a cost of less than  ten cents, while about 2,500 calories arc required by full-grown  persins working indoors. That is  to say, if all foods were as cheap  as potatoes wc could live on 25  cents a day. Healthy men have  lived and worked on a diet of nothing else than potatoes, oleomargarine and a little fruit. Potatoes "contain ��������������������������� protein of thc very  best kind. They also contain miii-  eraJ salts which neutralize harmful acids in'thc body. The food  male rial in potatoes is 1)8 per cent  digestible.  Canadians have large supplies of  potatoes, carrots, onions and turnips, and by consuming these vegetables freely, they can economize  ���������������������������with bread.  More than 300 ways of cooking  potatoes are known. They combine well with many.flavors. They  can be used to economical advantage with meat and fish, in stews.  croquettes, hash, chowders, meat  pies. etc. Half a cup of mashed  potatoes- and two cups ,of flour  make a bread mixture that helps  the flour go farther."  Good cooks know thc ways of  using potatoes are various, boiled,  stemmed, lyonnaised, baked, fried,  chipped, hashed brown, creamed,  .stuffed, au gratin, and scores of  combinations.  EASTER AND SPRING  MERCHANDISE  Entire contents of^the New Royal Hotel,-Vernon, to be sold under  the hammer." Two clays of stu'pen clous bargains. Positively no re-  'serve. . Everything must be sold. Sale.commences  -  Tuesday, Mar. %, atUa������������������m*  Continuing We<Jn*M������������������y������������������ Mwfc 27tf������������������  variety i  fix  ,  cur  txi.io,    .ij;i t.ui.i,    l"n������������������IO)    until    III    |illgt     YUMWJ,    |llH'Mi;H     hjci'������������������ii������������������������������������     CfQC|CS,  cash ��������������������������� registers, far fixtures, and a great., variety of miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention.   An opportunity of a lifetime to get  goodcfurniture at cheap prices;  Terms CAStf Ctf AS. P- SJMMS, Auctioneer  Pour Special Days, commencing  Friday, March 22nd; also  Saturday  Monday and  Tuesday  Beautiful array of Women's Suits, Dresses  and Millinery; also novelty Dress Fabrics,  Silks, and Wash Materials.;  Special Tea and Music  Mail Order "Department tt.  V&RNON, B. C.  BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR SfOftE  FOOPCONTJUmH  SAYS>  "On and after tbe first day of  March* -1918, ^ no person, firm or  corportaion using five barrels or  more per month shall manufacture  bread* cakes or other bakery products for sale, without first obtaining from .the Food Controller  ajicense, to be. called .Raker s License," save and except hotels,  restaurants and public eating  houses, baking only for the wse of  their   patrons   and   not   ottering  their products to" the public pver  tbe counter.''   *���������������������������--.--_-:/--       -V-*.1.  "That on and after the fifteenth  day of May, 1918, no person, firm  or corporation shall engage in any  one, or more of the retail trades  enumerated below without first obtaining a license from tbe Canada  Eood Board, such license to Known  as a ttetait Butcjier's License,,.or  Retail Baker's .License, or Retail  Produce Merchant's License, -- or  Retail Flour anc| Feect Merchant's  License, or Retail Fruit and Vegetable Merchant's license," or Retail  Fish Pealex's Mcense, as may ~j>e  made necessary by, the tracing r rnppn  operations of the applicant.    ������������������������������������������������������:      V" MmMH*  AttettON  I . pro  instructed to *seU at  March 28, all the Horses, Cattfe  1*$ few  tyacjiwery of tyr.  Jom Pijjcwgtori. six miles east:  or Armstrong,   "pnncjv served  on we ground   Sale starts at  Auctioneer  JVceJi to Pri������������������oner������������������ of W#r  R: M- Coulter, Pcputy Postmaster-General, says: "The Gcrman  authorities have issued a memorandum to the effect that parcels  for Prisoners of War interned in  Germany must be addressed to the  'parent' (or main) camp to which  the prisoners belong and musl not  bear thc names of any branch or  working camps or oi' any other  Jihjce to whichthe prisoner might  "InrVietail*SU~i=for" specilll" services.  The memorandum states that prisoners who have becn detailed for  services outside thc 'parent' camps  have been enjoined by the German  authorities from the very first, to  inform in this sense any relations  or olher persons from whom they  expect to receive postal parcels.  Parcels for prisoners of war in  hospitals also come wilhin the  meaning of these regulations. In  the interests of the prisoners it is  therefore essential that these regulations he strictly adhered to as  otherwise lhe German authorities  will not deliver the parcels to the  prisoners of war for whom they  are intended, and it is suggested  that persons in Canada when wriling to prisoners in Germany  should ascertain definitely the  name of the 'parent' (or main)  tamp, so that they can. comply  with the regulations of the German  an I ho Hi tics in  to prisoners."  .     \���������������������������������������������A\. AGENTS FOP  peatty Pros.' Ray Carrier Outfits  Churns, Cow StaWe Fittings, Manure Carrier Outfits  addressing   parcels  When a merchant has finally  dispensed with the notion that  advertising is an expense, to be  regulated by the amount he can  spare for it. he has hurdled the  most difficult of his handicaps.  Singer Sewing Machines  And accessories, write or call on  the agent at Campbell Bros., furniture store, Vernon, B.C. Letters  promptly answered.  G. A. McWILLIAMS,  General Agent        Box 342, Vernon  Are you going to build, this year?  Let us quote you prices on Hardware, Plumbing and Jfeating, Booting.  We put in the first Plumbing and Heating Job in the Northern OJcanagan and 90  per cent of all the work that has been done in this line.  Let us quote you prices, give you plans and specifications, or any information  you want.   This information is free, whether you complete the work or hoi.  Prop us a card and we will call and go into any problem you hav������������������, whether a  water system, pumps or well casing, heating, roofing or plumbing.  We give you the best in service and goods, at the lowest marketable prices.  ct'/J  Fulton Hardware Company, Ltd.     j  >o


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