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ani   NORTHERN  OKANAGAN HERALD
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The  Endert
Volume 4.   Number 17.
ENDERBY. B. C. SEPTEMBER 13. 1907.
Price, $1 50 a Yeah
Harvey & Dobson j
tJCome and insped our large Assortment
of Fall <& Winter Underclothing
JUST ARRIVED.    ^Prices are sure
to please you.
A few more Men's Suits
are left
Which wc must clear'before our final consignment of
winter suits arrives.
OUR SWEATERS are Ite Best
and Cheapest in T& Valley
We also keep a lull stock ol—
FANCY GROCERIES
Continuing Our
Great Reduction]
SALE
This Week's Specials:
Bibles   - •   Hymn Books   - ■   Prayer BoJks
Razors   -   Razor Streps   -  Shaving Brushes
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Case Pipes   -   Cigar Holders  - Cigar Cases
Cigars In boxes—25 or SO,   Call and see samples ol Cigars and we will quote rock-
bottom ptlces.
Orientals are Mobbed
Vaiiiouver, Sept. 9. One ci Ihe
worst race riots In Ihe history ol Canada occutied here lasl iiIrIii and early
thia morning. As a remit seven are
under arrest, and a dozen persons were
so badly Injured- lhat they are III subjects lor the hospital. The primary
motive ol the disorder was a demonstration ol labor people against Lieut.-
Governor Dunsmulr. ami It rapidly developed Inlo an attempt to demolish
Chinatown and the Japanese quarters.
The trouble started when lhe proceedings had ended al Ihe cily hall. The
purpose ol the meeting there waa to
bring lo ihe attention ol the le-eitial
government ihe need tl slopping altogether the Oriental Immigration Long
belore the parade reached the meeting
place the audlloilum waa crowded to
overflowing, and ll was lo llnd entertainment ior liaell tliat Ihe rverllow
meeting ol seven or eight llu'iuand
strung anight lha dlvetsivn cl cleaning
out Chinatown, but befora thia occurred they burned the elllgy of the
Lieut-Governor. None too popular al
any time with labor people, the representative ol King Edward In British
Columbia brought himseli Into particular dUlnvor with the working man
at the laal session ol the legislaluie by
declining to auent to the aim- Japaie»e
legislate*.
When the rMeu gnl Ihrtugh wllh
Chinatown It locked like a wreck.
Every Chlncie windew waa broken,
Thcuund* ol dollata with ol plate
glass lay In Imgmetita: and then a atari
wu made on Powell Ureal, where not
a Japanese window waa spared, Tha
mob retptcted tne Japan** nttuion
building, bui allowed tto m*r>- i
th* Hula private htiuetol Japanta*
resident* They did not gel oil scot
free, ihsugh. Ih* Japan*** being men
or lea aimed wllh dubs and botiltt,
Aa ihe mob suited thrcugh Ih*
atiMla ol th* Astatic quarter* It waa
Impcteibt* fur th* police lo tell who
llnew ih* atones that from time is
time hurleP over lh* heada ol th*
crowd* Inlo th* windew*. Ail !ht
police could do wa* to keep th* mob
moving, and altar a while, to dear
Chinatown and k««p n dear.
TOWN 9b DISTRICT
. NOTES.
ft.. II Saltwell returned on Thursday
Irom a trip down Ihe Atrcw lakes
Dr, and M is Pagan are at Tt anquille
Dr. Fagan is airanglng Ihe details lor
placing the present buildings in .' Iiape
ft. Burnet and W. E. Banton wenl |Cr receiving Sanitarium patients.
t  k -vri.i.ke l-'ti.luy ni hi inn. i-      Senl nel
ll now seems tolerably certain thai On Sunday last Ihe Lcrd Biahop ol
a Dominion Election will uke place New Westminster, consecrated the
neat March. new church ol S. John the Evangelist.
\   B.Francis, auctioneer, el Armstrong, at  Salmon Arm.     Nine candidates
has posters out announcing lhe sale by (were presented lor Confirmation by lhe
public auction ol the ellecta ol Mr. J. I Vicar, Rev. F. V. Venablea
W. Ba,:cn, who Is leaving lor Vancou      The Annual Harvest Festival, will
Ivor. 11 Ireeld In S. George's church on Sun
' One cannot help noticing ihe estreme day, September 22nd. Cilia of lloweia
gteonn-rss ot ihe foliage cl the- Irtea liull and grain will be ihanklully re-
Uiually. at this period cl the year. "Ived Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
autumnal tinis should now prevail, and p tn
the leaves, commencing to Iall An- ■ A beautiiul eatvad oak Faldstool a
other results ol the abnormal preelplla-' set ol book*, beautifully bound, lor th*
lion cl this year Is the depth ol water; Altar Lectern and Faldstool, and a
in lhe river, which la now about thief vety handsome sel ol silk book roatk.-
leet 6 iiirhes higher than low water in the eccleaiastlcal ooloia and heavily
mark cl lut year. There hu alio embroidered with geld, have been pre-
been an nbvente cl tmske Itom loreal semed to S. Gecrge'a Church by Mra
lives, wlilet., during August ua rule.'Oliver Harvey, a termer par'ahioner ,1
has made thohst * at in ihe mete ° S George'* ThtFaldttoolandmaik
en. ar* Irom England, lhe veiy beat
obtainable.   There beaultlul gilu wilt
unbearable,
Mr. A R. Rogers and a party nl
(ilend* tpent a iew day* the put week
hunting in ihe country around Mabel
Uke.
An auction sale of the howehUd
dlecla ct J. W. Bacon will be held on
Friday, September 20th,   We under-
be dedicated lo Gcd'a service, on Sun-
day neat, at lh* evening service, by lhe
Vicar.
Mr. and Mra. Fortune, aocontpanlcd
by their niece, Miu Rou. retumt i
from Puehland on Friday. where Mt
Th* big milling timpani** tn-day
advanced lh* *h le.al- prtct ol titur
twenty cent* a barrel. The advance
allects the entire Dominion, ll is a*.
crlHd to ih* atttged peer cr, p outloek
in Manitoba and the new province*, aa
wtll u th* ine-n-isti eaport demand.
REMEMBER-We are selling Hair Brushes
and Combs at HALF PRICE.
Ladles' Purses and Bags at prices unheard
ol belore.
Lowney's. Webb's. Canongs. and McCormlck's
Chocolates—handsome packages—Iresh in.
See our Bargain Counter
tor Extra Special Bargains
in Fancy Goods, etc.
Mail Orders Solicited.
Enderby Drug & Stationery Co., Limited
Box 62-
VtrAft. h «• r..<)
Hen. F W. Ajrlmer spent a day er
two In town lact week end kicking alter
tht completion el th* dredge, it' ut-
pectt that it will be in readme** fer
work In a week or ten day*. The lint
work it will be put to wilt be making a
a dock in lhe vicinity el lit pretenl
quartet - tt will th*n be taken Salmon
to Salmon Ann and etnpl.-eyed there ta
deepen the bke approach** to the
wharl in court* ol construction there
by there Dominion government and
which u now neatly completed. Mr.
Aylm-.r hu In view a systematic plan
lor the improvement tf the waterway*
I in the vicinity and hat already submit.
, ted to lhe public warn* department an
, ietaili. included
.
•   n alall .-ttget ol irvir llw
il'te hat been a p.' .- .
Ihe past   Iwo ya>, in dt*<lepm*M
alcnu th-  n
Aylm-i lo a repie attt.ilive of Ihe Sentinel, and it ia mr with to keep pace
with thai devel.f-. Ml      Sentinel.
CITY OF ENDERBY
HI ypuv.ti
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staled that Mr. Bacon u gting lo the Ftntun* had be«n in attendant'
Ceaat i hsrily to retid* In fulur*.        j Pr*»byt«ry held then lut week
The Ctiitdrtn's Aid Society ol Van ]   Mi*. S O'Netl, tf Vemon. ha* be*a
htve a number el boy* Irom visiting with A. L. Fortune during the
live to iwehr* yean lor adoption,   Ap- put week,
ply wllh reference* to C J, South ,     Mr. and Mn   Wiley arrived tn
Sesretary, Vancouver. li 3 Monday Irom Scotland, on a vwi tr
Mr. J. tncCurtn and tamlty. lower   Mr, W, Grade,
lyotthU city and i*e*ni|y id Okanagan    ftf   ||   w Keith, lat* of Pi
Landing, patted thieugh on Saturday hat opened an cilice here
on their way to th, Ncthweat. whe.e     ^ -,_, ^ ^ fc
th.y will mak. their fulur. homt       ^^ „,_. ^^ ^
W. T. Broderlck moved inlo one », Atmalr-ng en Labor Day and I
ol the netfy computed Jen** cetlag** 4,, wtowtng.   Though th* •aalb.i
en Mill ittttt an Thunday. wa* anyihiit Kit good, tain prea■
The teeond ol a aeiitt tt Mcda*, * **'**- ***** *********** tlUfJtl
Conttat*. held under th* atuplce* ol tucteatlul and enjoyable «ie.   Su
ih* WC r.U. w*» h*M in lh* fttm- **************** ***** »«« *"•'-
bytertau church on Monday event 1
The silver medal on Ihu occuten was    Th* Brlttah Cetumbta    •
win by Florence Nuchal   The ctn- Sunday tclnaJ AaaocUlKn via i
Intent* were: FLience llichcl. Haute eenventien in Vancouver en t
Bradley. Silvia Black. Nuth Millar. 16 and 17. whrn ih* Rev S M
Edna  Greyell and Hirlll* Faulkner Ihe ntw Held worker, wtll be one
Thejudg-* wtr* Mlu Braille. Mt •   Ike, Rw. WC. Meruit*
Hark* and Mr*. Lane*, while Mayor give an tddrtu on hla via.11 *
Bell acted u chairman WsiM'a Sunday tchocl centre-
YeEdilotn. and f.C Bowman ie- Rom*,
turned on WeJnetday lr»m a len dayt'    Theneit Lambeth conleret -■
emit* on lhe varlout Arm* on Shut- gt-»l decennial mntirig ol all tt
wap Lake in the gaitime launch K',m- opt   ol   the   Anglican  eOHM
aiuin     Fair weather generatlt wa* Ihreughout the varU, iadud -,
experienced, and an en|oyable h-,liday EplKcpal ChUKh n the
wattptnt   FlJtlng and gatr.* Ipiniiitg will meet In London in July. Ir-
were tftm spexi. ther* not teeming to The official programme hu la-
be many ol either.   The teveral Arm* armcunetd bv the Atchbtthep ol Ca
cl the lake wete a leveUlian to ih* terburv tn a letter addreited 1-
vlaltort. lor lhe .ntgnilicem and varied J hundred tnd ten or more btth
. *ha' gf-»l Ihe »y» all Iht time are enlilted lo %*,l*M Ih* Ctnltn
'. entitling m lh*i   a n»w map at the i*1w»
'reded trjjutj
r,.   ,   -ft     .    ...       ■   ...     .   , : ,.     .
man Ann and Shuiwap Arm will be
come lamotu alike u a hetllh naort
and (mil gr.-wing dutricl Th* Salman
Arm It latt approaching lhat env'able
petition. The Miittbtlii? ol Ur*
the berlUiet cve'toJiu-g thtt e
lhat turtoundlng lhe
n Arm has now been
proved to be weB adapted fer fruit-
trowing
found ar.-/ lime by a vlsll to the Far
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Tht map, by a aytler
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and ule». mining lease*, h; n •
.'•• by pro*  ■ -: 1 rtn   ■-• ■
bertha 11, and  '.
ih» map If we' .
and 11 a
Printer*    Ihre- odw mapm
t-een itsued. Iw et .
atluallon ol the KNW  M
tc* m ihe 1 -
Satfw-
ada Ittptctivelf the ll
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-    - THK KNl.ilKMY  1'ltOUHESS « NORTHERN OKANAGAN HERALD
'HE PROGRESS™* '!1IS '■"■ '
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Ul.AI. ISTAil   VGBN1
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JOIT.   M CLARY   A Ckr at  CAPTAIN Or INDUSTRY.
rone-'ila' Ov>n»r of a Snail Titthop.
Now llddof Ihe Lei«rti Stove and
I inwore Cenrert, Uudtr Ihe
r.llUb rieyt.
p
If you purohase a Kootenay
wibhoat tho reservoir anil
decide later that the
reservoir is a real
neoe isity, why, just
ordei it and attach it
your; ell*. It's easily
done. Merely
remove tho screws
and take off tho plate marked
'•r,E :0V1 FC>R RESERVOIR." (see top illustration),
which provides an opening
for the hot air to come
through and oirculate
Church Services
S. Georce's Church
Holy Communion: Itt. and -llli
Sundays in ihe month. 11 a.m.; 3r.l
nnd lell) Sunday* in llie month, tia.in
also on Salnla' Days al b a tit.
Matin Ei ry Sunday, exiiept ihe
.lnd in the monlh, 11 a.m.
Litany: .lid. and 5th Sundays In
Ute monlh, 11 a.m.
E NSONO: Every Sunday, 7.JO p m
Alto on Fridays at 7.30 p.m.
Sunday School: Every Sunday,
10 a m.
HolyBaptism: by arrangamenl
I Mission of S. John the Evangelist, Salmon Arm
Seivlces ct nducted by Ihe Vicar on
2nd. Sunday in lhe month.   On all
.<ih ir Sundays by Lay Reader,
Rhv. Francis Vi.hnon Vij.*'i. t
Vicar
Methodist Church
'   Divine services every Sunday at
7.30 p.m.
Sunday School and Bible Claaa al
2 30 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Tuesday, al 8 p nt
A, N. Mill™, Pastor.
St. Andrew*s Church
Servlceaat II a.m.   Sunday:-lit;A
Rev. D. Campbell, Pastor.
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A
A. F.& A. M
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1.(10.1'.
under the reser-
voir. Then attach,
by means or
screws, the
reservoir and
the flue box
shown in lower illustration.
A screwdriver
is the only
V>tool required
Undo* Toronto. Montreal. Uhwlpet, Vm
fit* Awfeniiy bttuhltt «
omer   M John, luitttnen
i i.^j.il.
A. FULTON. LOCAL AGENT
Notes and Comments.
A WOMAN'S
TESTIMONY
Why do I use M0FFETS "BEST" FLOUR?
For many reasons, chlel am ing which
are; Its uni!?*rm supeilorlly.   Its greal strength
:  ,!u!'.ceiumyGilts results   1 have
-irs and Ircm some have
MOFFETSBEST
tail me   Accept the recommendation
^nd use nothing but
"BEST'  Flour  lor bread baking,
TSt Columbia Flouring Milk Co., Ltd.. !*.■-;.
H.n Trunk*     Values    W hips, etc.
RtJ.ail.ra a Sjv.ialle
I. W. KVANS. ENDERBY
a*ttmmWm*mm-*i mmti'i**mm\ tt I—W*rtH_i
IAMES MOWAT
JKANCF.. Mf
CONVEYANCING
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For !
Catarrh
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The Enderby Drug & Siat'y Co.
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Hot Springs Sanitarium
Not not't ihe manafement ol
Hawir  MclMOSH,   Hoffman Houae
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THE ENDERBY PROGRESS 4 NORTHERN OKANAOAN HERALD.
f
SALMON ARM
Weekly Budget ol Interesting   News   and Doings  of
Thriving District, Irom our Regular Correspondent.
that
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cobb,
ol Wawota, Sask, spent a few
days this week with the Drone's.
They have gone on to the
coast and will stay off here for
some time on their return trip.
Miss Caldwell, of Vlrden.
Man., visited Mrs. R. K
Scales on Sunday and Monday
while on her return trip from
coast.
Mr. and Mrs. John Calvert !°l any wen men?
and family lelt (or their home we*lsh ,.°.la-y a"
Home Circle
Isn't It strange that some
men. who will be kind and obliging to their neighbors, gentlemanly and polite to other ladles,
will be so rude and cold and
harsh at home, and perfect
bears to their wives —
crabbed, snaplsh. ungenetous
and altogether unsocial and
hateful? Does anybody know
Not that
the wrong
irraBBKrrer 1
IF IT'S IN CUR AD.- IT IS SO
WE AIM TO PLEASE EVERY I I I
HARNESS!
in Sydney, Australia, on Mon doing and blame on mankind,
day lasl. They Intend staying or condemn them en masse,
a lew days at Kamloops. and not at all. ihere are plenty ol
Iwo or three weeks at Mission, goof* noble men. but not quite
belore taking ship. enough.   When they are so
strong,   and   have   so much
Messrs. W. Fraser. H. Fra- pOT,er ,0 _0g0od. and win love,
ser and F. 0 Bowman were an_ b|ess ,hc|r hemes, why
visitors In the Arm on Sunday. won*i% ^ a|| _0 \\
They came In by their gasolene    -circumstances alter cases."
launch  Komaquln.   In which
Ihey have been touring Shus
wap lake. ioJ jgb; bul ,hen  m the per
Mrs, W. Prlno, of Vlrden. verslty ol things, you will gen-
Man., who has been spending'erally llnd a real bear ol a man
the summer In Summerlsnd. united with a frail, patter''
Some men's wives are trying
i enough to wear cut the patience
was a visitor at Wilcox's last
week.
Mr. Carroll, jr., arrived last
week to make his home with
his parents here.
W. C, Foster, ol Prince Albert, Sask.. who came In last
week to see our (arm lands, has
purchased 80 acres Irom W. J.
Armsirong.
Miss Eva Ireland, ol Sum-
bearing and forgiving wile. Sh
Is your wile Mr. Bear, ani m*
ther ol your children, and pro-!
bably dependent on you lot!
home and means, and can't gel j
away (rom you: so, of course,
she is in your power and ycu
can treat her just as you choose.
Bui II you expect her heart it-
bound wilh pleasure when she!
hears your footsteps, or to
proffer you caresses, or to re-
jolce In yeur presence, you are'
,       .„        ]t#i«»w   eee  jvwae    |«i«w»i»k,   j » tm   ne t,
merland. Is spending her holl-j much mutagen, she Is human,
days with Salmon Arm Iriends. nellher mire n ,r leM,   PleMe
The work ol making cement
We have jusl received a large consignment
of HARNESS OF ALL KINDS from
Easern Canada at greatly reduced prices.
We will sell you you this
Harness at 20 per cent
lower than any lhat has been sold heretofore
in Salmon Arm.
Call and see for yourself.
SALMON
McCallum & Wilcox, arm
IfaVKTZZt I
reverse your situation! and;
conditions. How mu:h. and;
how long would you bear such
treatment as you give her?
You will inevitably be weighed
for just what you are and there
Is no help (cr It.
STEVENS
mil im m T.oum
KieieHnilhaimeUw'.l
tl* ttjH'KUeJ  H.MW ,   ,*,
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liiiifcMa.Hiiii-fMinai
PINO OUT Win
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RIFLES SHQTGUiiS
PISTOLS
a.l. imii i— .. ti,- ...
ar •|m»1lag   I»»m»-i*   *t...
.te.-.i t..» ie. ate fit*.*.
II   le.H  . "Ma.lt   «l,!a,N, »a
.l«l|. ditfaa, **!.£--'P*.
II. „l>. >, It.*,, I
•*«.!  • ««lt|.|el*l,M.»». I'l. 1*
lit-..,....... ...i|..|-,ln.l.,HI«.J
I...... I.I,.I n.l.iai.. . la ai
..mail.* |Hllal. »n .ll-wrte.ee    ,
Hlnn.thf |<...(>..< . -.| a le.
Ir.. rlr.   Oeiraiii e.i(<»-
t.».i..f-.rie-4 ll ,1
^.ttnrln, . I , .. .... I. ..
.l.-ll vi \. \,.n. A  111.11.,
I*. ... fl-e, I" ■ .
■ M.«t—• tail.,  e|,,.
bricks started on Monday last
and Is progressing very lav rt
bly. An average of five thousand per day Is belrg turned out
and Ihe bilcks are ol an AI
quality.
A. J  Weddle moved Into
town last week. As w ga (orward and meel
W. J. Armstrong was a bust-''he years, each Is a messenger
ness visitor In Kamloops on >hai tells us a pleasant story to
Tussday. the 'and t* *hkh we luve lak-
e en our pilgrimage, and though
No one could doubt the un-jwe may not lay hands on them
bounded prosperity of our val and detain them, yet they Imbue
ley alter seeing the Methodist us with happy thoughts and
Church on Sunday morning, i pleasant memotles, that clothe
Prettily arranged flowers be-'each coming messenger in halo
decked the walls, pulpit and —like garments ot smiles and
table; perfect fruits ol exquisite teiuty. The journey ol life is
coloring graced thc altar railing but short, bul it is long enough
and pulpit, and enormous vege- to teach us thc idleness and
tables in ample variety, piled littleness ol th.ngs earthly, and
high along the platform, com-;that our earthly tabernacle is
pleted a picture bespeaking the. lar too narrow to behold the in-
consummation o( productive- i visible fire cl immortality thai
ness—a fitting tribute to the pulses through our being, or
fertility ol our valley and the even to permit ll lo shine forth
unlimited blessings showered in that brilliancy that it so much
upon the citizens ol Salmon longs (or.
Arm by a loving Cod. Life is as beautiful as a pan
, orma that movs on tg the
; and (Inal climax, when
the    curtains    are    drawn,
i and the m?*velous beauty ol thc
J. W. Haggard and FAyers,universe opens with endless
lelt on a (rip to Vlrden. Man.; vistas olg'ory upon our enlarg-
on Tuesday last. : ed sight, and 'he d-eams of the
The programme (or the con P", "ipalcd !rc"V'5*,n ,h,c
cert to bl given on the last' "?hl ?'*he never endltigpre.ent.
•aluhl nf lha   fair   le nrnaraaalna    ***** **>?• **A* S,W°K-*   *»nd   l« toy   """•
mlh    .ri n±K £.1 ™ke i 'h*- **>«* of our exist     Vtc,,r.a E.l
rs class ne Eevet»r SJ?cl ence' '« ,h« old and ^ are * M *V '* M
first ctass one inevery r"pectinMr„lh.aven praUi,ngchlld     pr0YinCi„ |
Secretary Squire has gottcnjhoodandold age walk hand in minuet. Oct I
oul the list ol special prizes', hand, and laugh and gamble — "~~~"
olfered in connection with the j and make prett. speeches to
fall lair.   It is a generous one. the bright birds and butterlli
for the veil of tlm= Is but a mist
to the right and lelt of ihem.
and and Innocence stand like
cherubs by the cradle and the
grave.
-....i..i..1
,..i.*,i .... I
__. I
Mra. R. J. Glasgow lelt on;
Monday evening's train on an
extended visit to Portland. Ore
Dates of Distrirt Poire
Chang**havingleeetilijrbttn male
In the datea ol aeme ol the picei'ictal
eahlbltloin. we givs a tetrlwd list cl
thsie el Interett lo thu dutrlct.
Kelowna Ealtitaii*. Kelowna. Sept.
19 and 20
Kaiitlxpa ExhiWltae. Kamloefa.
Sept. 19. 20. 21.
Artiuliong fti It   •■
Sept. 24 awl 25
i'i. 17. 18
Salmon Arm
Livery Stables
JeeksontS. Parker
■'A
.   rtjrlish tullll
ihe place to come.
You can alwaf* gel teattu
just »hen you want Ihem
A   general   dt-ayinjf
business transacted.
Builder* ft
Contractors
SALMON A«M
. ■  .
I
P    I
ilea Ewniihttd
I TIC*
S. H. Lawrence
21
...   -,- ■ .-, .
I      e. /-.-,     ,.;,,*,. al
I
and ll you have not received a
copy, it can be had for the
asking.
Advertise your Wants in the Pp-whess
Job Printing- -
1 T
-
• equalize this unnatutal
OF tVtHV Df.St.n,IP7ION        I t- • Immatiialrla ttM,DH<ouM
ta.e«t.ei ot ShogieeaOltlee tn- ,      .
Atthy. oalhf ihotlKt. noiica.   r.l«!
»ti».v anA   atrrp.
am mtMlfral* ant flilal
manahlp ROo4.   AaV for QuOlalioitl.
,- ■'.
THE
FANCY STORF
Salmon Arm /■'
THI'. ENBKKBV PROGRESS et SORTHERN OKANAGAN HERALD
i/ar Perfed Flavor
: v,-!
^.'
r   I*-'* '-'■'* * *•
iiiiiliij
Kamloops Presbytery.
■   .riint a»mi.annual meeting 11
!   ' • .     : tld .n   lller
.i li   I'saclilanii, on
idneaday ol last
:.. I   llllll-1
TEA
I istls.   Every Infusion is Delicious Bocnuse TtTe Quality
is There.
m'..j..,'.'.,,.',' " By all  GfOCCrs
HI.e-.htiL Award St. l.Oeili. I'H'4
ANNEX
| TO SALMON  ARM
J Townsite NOW ON The MARKET
Closest Lots that Can be Bought
near Station and New Wharf
HEY  ARE ALL GONE
IIRE.
«t.i
' Revs. Legle Mi.
Robertson, waa a
ptesbytery requeii
ch unii-ii waa
baais of union.
WHEELER&EVANS
*w
Headquarters for Fresh Groceries---iho
Best Brands un the Market.
Full  Lines of Boots and Shoes and
Men's Clothing.
We stock the famous "Regent" Brand of Clothing.
For High-Grade Goods
lhe pi .   •-! basil i
.ft to iient meeting ol preabyt.
Many oilier nta
■TRY-
Wheeler <8b Evans
Kamioop^oriihe Maiieguiaimeeting.. We have everything necessary for a comfortable, pleasant drive
T« Who,. I, May Concre, TH<?    Beft     Ho^fS    SIlcl
the Finest Rigs in the Valley.
a- I have care-I
nerlea an j stock I
■of ihr      inaea       raen Ca. and        A'lliindaol tais)tiijjand HaulingeoninKtedfor   Terms reasonable,
ind tht beta      MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDEMY
-r.l
Bank of Montreal
C|eii.l. all
froflt   «.et lieu «eeOutat. SAii.Oi"'
iiiad eerici. MONTUAI.
«..L. Sll.OOii.COO
.aiiageii-.tiii thi.. results ha-, been ob-
vigorous growth
A.--.''."- pre
may be
the placea wh'ch
A LARGE
STOCK OF
NOW
ON
ha::;
The beat clay in the valley,    Wel! burnt brick* at returnable prices
Large or Small Quantities,
TSa Endtrby Brick 9b Tile Co.    Enderby, B C
lhe) are
A General Banking   U-slnct* tranrjcled
Savings Bank D^,™<
■■MWfMTMIfliiril    \S'iih4t*«w«U t*    «•»    *A %*i>«
r.
< laa
•   N I N T * I C   1
..^i**.. 13. xe'.'if" S
McCLARYS
Heaters     -    Cook Stoves
Ran       - Stovepipes
iltd   Conking   Lu
. I ma; as? I
-   ,    • ■ ■
, - . ■-■
.   tin la any one
■ who wants lacat gioim trees fer plant-
>■* nelghktliMi
.-• .
.
TOM WILSON
HARVEY & DOBSON
.1 GENERAL MERCHANTS
LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Under the management of Miss Boyer, lale ol Montana.
parlalli
FULTON'S "tr
\Y/E wish lo thank the Ladies who so
generously patronized our Millinery
Opening on Saturday lasl.
Also, lo inform those who were unable
to be present that we (Still haw a fine assortment from which lo select their winter
hats.
JUST ARRIVED
IA Fine Line of Ladies' Kid Cloves
Suitable for any and Every Occasion
I'   s
I
J City   Barter  Shop ^ —  " "" 'c^J^
^
-. CLEAN
i;l   .  SHAVR
'
w
HEN IN ENDERBY
STOP   AT
Lout
-
. fl the bea'
■■.' a a.' a
*
Al-vftvt
•   ',
(    i. R Sharpe
.
r.ar*n",  *.
I
-
• a
I
,   -  Ihe Salmon
.  ! be rewarded
,- i- -
Wanted
- ■■ >
.
.1 »ilh a        ,       ■  - sit     Full M
it time . .
Iliown r ... Co NmMrymra,LM.
Bl  tt't   . •!.. »
•■     • nliir, 1'ia i'e
lne KING EDWARD HOTEL
THR   LtAMNO   IIDSTtLRr   Of THS OKANACAN VALLKT
•» io ihe riiiltittn patt of the Okanagan Valley. »h?lhet
land h-inlit^.er fat ile*a«'e and a^ott. -.n tn nn ballet Ihan
make thu haute their head-.uartets       TaUt and culaint Wl<
ateeiltd  Bar teplele *flh ttneat vines, siretils. ll^ueurt. :igata
LARGE LIOHT SAMPLE ROOMS
•ELL %. MURWY
ftttptttum
Wines h Spirits '~Jt, 'll-.'.Sm
Atmya    *M*. hare a
allUie tiI
ktixn branda te tfnat-

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