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 The Enderby Prog^ss
e JDnaeroy
and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERLD
JUL 3   190G
With Which is Incorporated TH    EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3.   Number 6
fcNDERBY. B. C. JUNE 29 1906.
Price, $1.50 a Year
Fruit Jars
•„ "Never eat to-day what you can put up   tomorrow.
Agricultural Implements
"Make hay while the sun shlnss."
Summer Drinb
• "Cool as a Cucumber."
c
HARVEY 9b DOBSON
JONJ
KODAKS
and
Photographic Supplies
We keep a lull line.    Sale Agents (or
Eastman's goods.  All supplies sold at list
prices.
Mall Orders will receive prompt attenton.
Enderby Drag 9b Stationery
Company LM.
W
ii a m m
IHI  LIAHM
uu. a-Muamv
t>
Wines >St Spirilt '&,
knam bttnll ra choose Irom,
PAINTER
A J. LAPWORTH
undertakes
SIGNWRITING
I'At ERHANGING
DECORATING
Etc.
EltltMttt Furnished
Address ctie ct fraetess Ollice or
Bet ItO, Armstrong
LOCAL  NOTES.
Mrs. J. Leslie, who has been visiting
' friends In town, lell on Monday lor
Okanagtit Lending, where iho will
visit her brother Ihere lor a short
time previous to going to Kelowna,
to make a visit wllh friends Ihere.
The ladles of Ihe local branch ol the
i W. C. T. U. announce tliat they will
open their public reading room on
, Thursday evening next, July Slh. On
- this first occasion of Its being open lo
, lht public. I concert will bo given, ind
I Ict cream tnd cakes will be served.
Admission will be Iree and everybody
'cordially Invited. We hope lhat a
large number will be present and lhat
' iht reading room will be given i good
atari tnd thus made i success from
Its Inception.
W. H. Smith, traveller lor Gige k
Ca, wholeult paper merchants, ol
Toronto, called upon primers tnd
stationers throughout thi Villey this
week, Mr. Smith reports trade is
being very good throughout tht province
Hi wai accomptnltd by his brother.
Mr. Smith, ol Moose Jtw. who is liking a look over tht limom Okinigin
Valley, ot which ihey hear ao much
about now a days on tht Prairies Mr
Smith, who ii i prominent merchant
ol Moose Jiw. expressed himseli is
vtrjr favorably Impressed by hu lint
gitmpst ol the Villey. What struck
him moit wai lha trtih, verdant color
ol grain and vegetation generally,
which, he slid, showed thit our rain-
(all wu amplt, precluding tht nted ol
| trrigtllon.
Sslm.n Ann is ttptctutg a big
Inthu ol Orangemen Irom Interior
points on July I2ih. iht occasion of
i Uw ctltbritlon ol tht Battle ol Iht
Borne, by Interior lodges. There will
bt nprtatnled Ibt blgei of Revel
Hoke. Kamtosps. Endtrby, Armttrong.'
Vtmon and Kelowni and other plica
A special train will be run Irom Vtmon
lo Salmon Ann on lhal day. letting
Vtmon at 7 a.m., Endtrby at 8 a.m.
tn the evening Ihe tttutn journey will
bt made at 6 pm Mute will bt
provided and thtrt will be baseball tnd
derate malchta la interest the visit-
aa and boating on the lake All
arringtmtntt hive been nude lor Iht
comfort tnd entertainment ol the
visitors, and an enf-yaUc time u
promised ill who vlii lhal thriving
bum
J. M. Milter and H M Drew wtrt
Charged btlore J. Pi Fortune, lleggit
and Bill, with supplying Indians with
liquor. Tht cut ieeuf ltd lht men
Hon ol the J. I't neatly ill diy on
Saturday, Tht Charge wat divided
into two cases, both of the ume nature
Miller arts lined ISO and Lire* wis
acquitted. W. P. Gooch defended
Drew while Miller conducted hit own
cast The iwo Klootchtntn in the
cut were fined le SO lor being drunk
on lht Reserve, and Icr htttvu liquor
in Iheir pucsunan
A wil attended meeting ol Urate
who belting lo Ihe new school district
ot  North   Enletby wis held in A
.   eDuncin'i house on Frtdly etenliy list
^\ About thirty wertptesenl    Thtrtaton
^— lor tht meeling wis Hut I number ol
ranchers who Itrsl wuhed 19 be inchid-
>ad tn the new district now desired lo
Pliln  Gold  Uektl. COWilning t ******** themselves to tht Clly tchoo
twenty tm cent piece, between Salm-n dun. 1    This being so. 1 change in
Rift Ctnyon road tnd llw Enderby iht location ol Ihe tehool house then
l*t%T*S% ***Wlttb* **"*Mcns"1 "" ' ** "*"
DOMINION   DAY
Communications.
HEN IN ENDERBY
STOP   AT
KING EDARD HOTEL
->■ 1      a'/.-,.-,   a-e
Ur
Visitors lo the northern pail ol lht Okanagan Vaaty. whether
Und hunting, or lor pharart and apart, can do no better than
make thu house their htadquirttn. Table and cuitint un
ticthed Bar nptett wtlh limtl wines, tptnit. Hqueurt cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
PlOpf it tM
Other drinks    We hire 1
titortmenl ol all lht wt»
The EdiM e'ota nol hold himself tetpoiiaible
Dominion Day. which lhls year will   lor opinioni capitated under thia heeding.
be kept on July 2nd, by reason ol lhe
111 (ailing on a Sunday, will be ctlt- Edi,0, End1!R,'v -?*****>****•
braied In Iwo places III Ihe Valley this Dear Sir, Lasl Saturday's ad-
year, for both Armsirong and Vernon journed trial of the two gentlemen
have arranged lor a filling celebration accused ol supplying liquor lo Indians
ol ihe most Important holiday In ihe »** *<** manner In which ihe prostcu-
Dominion. Armstrong's cilliens have ****** *"s conducted, prompts me to
made complete arrangements lor their *"**- 7°" ** **' ***>?<• <h»< the publicity
fifteenth celebration ol the holiday, and **<*'*** vou •"« M* l" ff'v« ** ***»7 *<»**
visitors to our near neighbor can rely "° » dilleitnl order ol things.   The
upon spending 1 pleasant diy ihere. ■"Mnc« ol ************ Poll"n»"- a"J
_L ' amnion sense In tht prosecution was
The programme it Armstrong con- mos, markod lll0U|ih ^^ „ ,, ,00
slsls    ol   two    baseball    milcltes. Utopian lo expect these virtues Irom
football and lacrosse games, the usual such 1 source.   The arrogant manner
athletic sports, together wiih 1 long •" •*,|'l<:l* **** constable addresses lhe
md most generous list ol sporl.i for the court *** ,h(! "*'*'"*• v>* ln wn'ch, _»
■       .   ,                       „ issumes. yea more, says openly, lhal
children.   The diy 1 amusements will hli umitpporitd staltnient Is inconlto-
bt concluded by 1 grand ball In the veritable is surely without precedent,
evening, In lne I. 0, F. Hall. except In this couil, where of course.
Tht Vtmon Fire Brigade Bind ire WVkT.,?I" *W "if".
.,.,., ll Is surely reisoruble to suppose
holding Hit celebration In Hut clly, xiaX ,h, g,n,l(llnen coropolH,K ,h.
The programme there consists clbat,e. bench know their business ind It Is
ball,  lacrosse and football matches, therefore ill the more remarkable lhat
llrtmtn'a sports and pand parade ***** ******** ••■<* themselves to bt
Fourb.ndi w.H b. In ttltndanct. ind Jg- ^-^*
ihe diy s celebralions concluded wnh „,„_,,„.,, 0b)ect It musl be ippirem
1 grand conceit. |S 10 secure 1 conviction it ill hitards.
Another remarkable example ol our
1 escIim, i.n „„ Tk„..^.» «, . k.n   eonsllble'i vtrsitilny wis illustrated by
A Fulton left on Thursday on 1 holi-||le |ouehlng|y „„[_,„„„,, n> ln
day trip to the Coin, wh,ch h, m|„lmliMi ,„„ digression
A. Reld. lire warden ol this district. Irom the nirraw pith on the part ol
Is in town. *<** '"dun tntidens. and pathetically
_.      ', pleaded lor leniency for them, wicked-
The Kamloops  Lumber Co,, and „essbt!ng apparently lorelgn to their
our aniens generally, were given in simple nature until beguiled by the
inxlota three he urs on Monday evening tricked white nun.   Verily. 11 would
by 1 ll't which broke oul in the made ********* ***** **** <**<<>' ******* **l:*9*1
*r~.aA «, «k.-k . ««..,-„ ri ,k. -ni ** '» * dtcidtd advimagt to secute
ground on which 11 portion of tht mill ,h, ^^1 pollct ai iponioit.
yiidi Mind. The lire, which wai Apologising lor thus Ireapissing on
tuned by a spark Irom lht refuse pile, your vituiblt spice, I enclose my cud
occurred just south ol ihe conveyor md remiin
and within fifty yards ol tht mill build- Ycura *******
Ing,   Tht wiy it wu ciustd itemed FAIK PLAY
lo be Iron a whirlwind.   Toward the
tndol Mondty ilttrnoon clouds had The Cily council held their usuil
bttn galhtring around tht inountiim. weekly metllng on Wedntsdty evening
tnd particularly in lhe direction ol The whole ol the session wis practical-
Mabel Lake. Without warning, about *1 taken up by tht consideration ol tht
6.40. p tn., lhe wind came down lht proposed waterworks by-Uw, which
Villey in greit lorct. and. 11 some uy. *" given Its first reidlng and pissed
ihipeoUwhlriwindairicaniedburniitg Fflendl_, R,y lnd M_ }fmmt
embers and cinder. Iron, lht lire „(||b, ^^ ,.arn |ha| wonjk_,
.cross lh. mill yi.d and building ll ^ „„„„, lnm lh, ^ x
WMlrom.he.t !,..« et.iben that ,h. ,„,, |h,lr ,m)t lw0   wM m k_d
tf the mill whistle and iMn a number ,M ■b«:es, ln **** ******
tf cituena hurried to tht toot, and     mi,.,, ,j„i ,_„ 1 ...        ,
there I und in ugly bUit |i_7at lht   ,.Wl,h "l"1 *r
loot ol iht bank.  Abu ktt-bi       1 ■   "" "'      ' ''" ****** "die.
formed tnd   till
pul forth lo kttp
In the meantime h-. c .    , •
after tlongdela.
Irom a ittndpipe n tl . . ■
on t.. lhe lire     e' .
on tht surlier 'l.   ,'   let    a;parent
lhal a fierce fire WM burning
tlahte under lhe top covering ot sawdust.
A short while atlerwirds three oth-r
stream; were brought into pity, ind ,
then Ihe lire lighters got the ujper ■",,hI w,lh'M wl*he» **> ******** »■'
hind.   At nilgnight   ill iii'ig« hid "h'to kindly helped la nukt Ihe event
ia  "I a    ,. e-
>"
il h Id
pltndld
-
Molfel so kindly illowei to bt
I idded much lo lh- pleasure ol
ocea.ion It is alio gratllying lo
r that lht A'd's Fund wis sub
tally mcreised St Andrew's
les' Aid under whott luipices Iht
LOST
1-      .-HT  PrOi"?.!-
Furnished
Rooms - - Hr
WITHci WITHOUT BOA-
AT MISS OARI
decided li change the school site to
the north east earner ol A. Duncan s
larm   hill t mile further north thin
It    Tht rtmovil was
strongly otpis*d by thost who live on
lit  n Ihl t fr, and ilso
by Mm     . .   1   I InsiKclcr
tai PIMIIII trht erd>tr-.r«ii I.
jimoalhover lh» miny di!liculli-s in
TT'S tu- ■ 1  •«    ■
aaca
You won't enjoy the Glorious I si
UNLESS
You wear a pair of our Walk-Over Shoes
and one of our nice light Straw Hats. .   .
Coolest ind mail C mfortlbll made.
FINEST   ASSORTMENT OF   SHIRTS.  COLLARS. TIES
UNDERWEAR, ETC  IN rut CITY
Enderby Trading Company
THE STORE OF QUALITY I'll!* PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C., JUNE 29. 1906
THE PROGRESS *•"win beu
r chang
tlnv
c I   ':
* JI    SUIS    PRET."
■    -      r,
lht Edi
OUR POINT (JAlM.il
R  i'KSSIONAL
W. P. GOOCH
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
I a   .-.
..        --.a S   a
ENI ERBY
PETER
BURNET
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t
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Notes and Comments
i__=__=,£Xi-_
" A I'ii :■ ,*,.,' : '.    '!.      •.. •
registered by F. V. M I t,
the Columbia FI luring Mills,
Enderby, against allege: inlali
discrimination against Okana
gan flour In the speclllcatl u
for  supplies  to the  Vernon
branch ol the Insane Hospital,
we .1" Inl rme I th it, on the
contrary, ihe tenderers have BELL BLOCK
received specific  instructions ENI!;
figure on local flour."—      .  ' '■ ■'■•
Vern n News.
.'.   ..   pleased l   note that
'   ' ■•   ■»" *}*"      A. F. & A. M.
head ol the Government ol this, End„b)f, .....  ,   Ra   ,
.    Mi:;    '. v !':•   VIM HAL
LAND SURVEY   .
mu. BLOCK
ENDKHIiY B C.
Miss B. Manlon
STENOGRAPHER
HOURS.
10 am lo 5.30
111    .  ■< a -eiiccially
KATERNAL
YOU
The People s Store
CANT GO WRONG. UNLKSS YOU GO
ELSEWHERE
Just Arrived :
......  - i.   A SPLENDID LINE ol BOYS'
tlt\eu. YOUTHS'CLOTHING,
I noes Reasonable.
and
Wt have still a lew MEN'S SUITS led. which wt are ollerlntj a! a
20 per cent discount (or cash.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, nlct patterns.   Also, good lines ol
PRINTS, etc. lor summer.   BOOTS and SHOES (or all classes,
Call and see litem.   No trouble to show you the goods.
GROCERIES   For dally needs tnd apociil leeds. the groceries we
deliver are sallslying lots ot steady patrons.   Why shouldn't you be
out ol litem >
FRESH FRUITS always on hand when possible.
in Province are so willing to give urn
a| car to sensible suggestions— \,'!"
not "kicks" as the Armstr   .
Advertiser magnified lhat little
remonstrance Into—and i-hen
they  take Immediate   actl n
ihe
N »  thai
goodshapet re
patching, many resi
district are   wondering   ).h*n
operations    will   commence.
T.e several main roads running _,'^g ^ B^fiT sensible
.ina northwest (rom En- suggestion, as has been done
ocrby are In some places sadly ..ft,. caM „ g eaks we„ Jor
in need of repairs.   On the ,he cnaraeter ,/,n(. men who
Salmon Arm road, within a few are a, ,he head o( the fMn 0,
.1 town, are to be found lhe p^,--., ind augurs w\\
rulte nine Inches deep. ,or „s we„ be|l)g    May ,ne
ani?( e.XtlnslVe K Vhe good work go on
.'of them.   While these s _	
•emaln as they are. they .._,.,_.....„_,. „«v,
•ute   no   inconsiderable MONDAY NIGHTS LESSON
danger to everyone using these
for. being, as they are,
right tn the middle ol the road.
net iht lull moo1
11,   Visiting Intil
D. A Hrorjt-, Sm,
[
Metcalfe   <2_»  Wheeler
1
Mmii iht fourth FtiiUy in
«:h moath.   Vuittuc hi.thun
«fdial'y invu«d>
H
I. 0. 0.
We beg to Inform lhe
pan    .ltaniP   Public that all cur horses
.^0.11       WWUIW       hav„     bee„     ,Mled      („,,
Glanders.   Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned out and
disinfected, and Is as clean as the day tl was built,
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
w. n nniiur-, ate,    ^*m*\ /***» *    4
c.o.F.No 1058 Clean Otabl<
JOI'tJ  I o<W«    No. 30
\    , - . ,    ri . .  ■        ,■ '*.**
Ming titOnth i
:■. I- 1 *   ,»"■    !
R.   Ea*
Knights of Pythias
L J(tN
-,.-., *,*
■aS fflVtijt
somtd
C.C. A.B.&vt- K BtR.fcS
J.ii< Wtihftti.
L 0. L. No. 446
•an t!« lit IVal.ita,  it »
ttiiewint; tl ueh tneteth .1130 p, m.    ,
Vtutinu Ireihttn <t»icame.
This journal hopes lhat all
have learnt the need of bn lei
a^e'hVrerteilibkdrivVn £ '" ,h«||JJ aVX'^.l°.n
by an unsuspecting person, to <or the htelllgcnt lighting oi lire
eetanastvlalt rhe chaos whlch rei8nc'!   n
8 This is also true In regard to Mc"day •Whw» MZ'
the road to Mara.   These two rackln8- and h;ld 'hc baz.e <*' *.M..ja«uF.o.l,
roads are being more extensive furred nea[er l0 «» m » bu,ld   "' •<f'eo""\
ly travelled e«ery year, and a •«*» * P'i'Ll'^h,';*,* interior Irom that point a farce,
greater effort should be made d"fl 'h?Ml™    i Whal >5 *amed' and *ha«
to put them in a passable con ('.^LJ in liLrit ***** !*<*•« »"°u'd '"slst on- l5
• men^TScarSeVi
Bank of Montreal
optiri. tit aatt up,»14400,000. Mtt. tio.ooo.oo
baltnte 1'ioni. ant Lett tcteunt, H.'l.unil
HEAD  OmCI,  MONTIUIAL
PitttJeni. Kifltl Hon, Lord Stntrteentind Mount Reytt C, C. M. C.
v . l'-i ;.,     ■  .»   * Dramn adUCM   ■
A General Banking
OrtlUialeltvtelalila il ill Minis in lht CmttJ S'.in h
inclajiiti Allin tnd Ditct.n Cny.
Savings Bank !^m<nt
bvtinctt tronsaded
- a I Ctntdi.
» '.  • at-l
Wltli.iaaa.il on trmtnt wllhoal
dttoy.   Kitehete'ewlCaa,ntiy Bull
' a- '.     c;   I M .
a '
OKANACAN
C. A Hi
W'llP|snalso time that a start lhree ~hours'     ;;   ••'
was being made on the upper ™* censure us for »*»,n« s<
JNOBRBY
E. Tlyat. Sal
ARMSTRONG
DIST R.ICT
Mmt(ti. V.tiian
■ *<t    PI;
KELOWNA
uMtaiin. Stib-Afl
i"   i   -'I nar;, ;• >.f . ■■ li
w»s ubiiij ih«uc wn  nre up aci       - „.».ii»-ti_  ,,„„,.    *lln niscreuonary puwera, wm
portion ol the Enderby-Mabel V" .*«.^.P^h _ S, can handle lands lor seitlemen
i .b. . pared to bailu- with a serious ... ......... ...,,_ ,___, „ _
pared
Here we are, well on Into _cnfl«grtlton.
I'l • i - '.-..." '• *
•  ,.- :    ' •     ' ••  - :i      ;"". >. A
ter nor hybrants. nor willing
hands: bui because practise Is
■ an*- '.
The need ot a lire brigade
summer, and if this work Is to
be completed before frost comes
again, an Immediate stan. we
think. Is necessary, consldeilng
the large amount and heavy     •" '«•» « ■ *"** ""8"uc current ol rebellion against bu
character ol the work to be done. ^_^n.«___1«il"* *cv*r;?!'administration.  The local ol-
in accordance wllh local condition.* and In the public in'.etesi.
II Ihe Hon. Mr. Oliver. Minister
of the Interior, were to visit this
part ol British Columbia he
would find a seething under
times In these columns. No
one can say It is noi a real one.
Lei us. therefore organize n
At the last session ol the
British Columbia Legislature.
53.000 was v -ted .or this road .
e understand, lhe mien ba"d of ('I„l-hlers' and *el m trouble is these are nol suitable
Hcers at Kamloops are not to
blame. They are carrying out
the law and reguhtlons. but the'
lies to expend some practice.
i to requirements.
There Is also a suspicion lhat
personal Interests and graft io
some extent prevail in the land
11 administration.   Where land Is
suitable lor settlement, and lis
MOWAT 9b BRINDLE
KLL ILOCK. ENDtRHV. » C
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining ant Ceneral Land Agents
PROMPT AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
TO  US
We
Our
ma
ke  It
B
visiness
.,   '   j   ' . ii.        DOMINION LANDS.
■. though c.      i road, Is «■
only such In name.   Ther..- is    ••
a large area of ex  agree with the sentiments ex- ,
cclle:     and In   the    i."ici pressed in thc following editorial occupation would not endanger
•••   .■   which the road   - *- Mall Herald. and. all. umberHmlis. ll should be cut
pass, but *hl I. II Is aim st 'e feel certain, are looking and out of the limits In which Ills .„
to reach until a* hoping  ir some relief from the deluded and be available lor To 1UPP'V )he ^s,,oi evewthing in our line al a price .hat an
,    , ,•        tie condition of things as ihey are jcniemeni   As matters stand nonesl Profl1 wl11 a,1°*    Our line Includes Sloves and Kitchen
large areas of country can be" Utensils Carpenters'Tools and Builders' Hardware. Garden
will mean a l,-. to Enderby    The discussion ol the Board locked up for future speculation Tools. Hose. etc. Palms. Oils and Varnishes, and everything
wn ol Trade Thursday evening on under Ihe guise of timber leases, that a hardware store should keep
?'.he quesv.,n of land fjr settle  and there Is a common suspicion e^u»   f*D1TAM   We are making Ice cream.  Pay
 nt deserves some altenll n (hat '.his Is being done. IvsC*   VsIvJ&i\fcfl   . visit lo our parlor these ho'
settle: bet   suitable   for   miiiing    Messrs  Galllher and Ross, afternoons ard partake ol a cooler,
plies iber camps will should be preserved    Every  as members representing Koot
ay. i tgree    il      thai    Bui en,iy and Yale, have not done
is I     inl :   .; .   in admin* their duty in regard to these
. t wi isleredal pre i-nt it cuts Hr.le matiers    They   know  these e__ook
think that ai  i.«:rc is grievances exist on the part of i        . ,
the larger j. • special milling limber on the land, and settlers, and ihey should have nCfe ! lot
ICE CREAM
*d partake ol a c
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
• b<:ing spent on the upper in consequence large ;
lhe road in question land suitable I • •••".
Inly believe It to be an especially in th*,- E,.
•nlc Ci
It I
I ntii;e
ttrst i
the   portloi
the In Han
Salmon Arm
a Aim the attention of Hon. Mr.
•men',. Oliver to ll long ago. He Is
Pass, just the man lo remedy such a
Cheap Lumber
Reserve
me
■   ■ llvldes
.  ■ ■    -, ■ ,;
i", limber ,<-a—   ,, lh   , ■ ll
p. ta
lands are va', lell      •    ia lum
" ■• '   •■ Inl n Ian I lav -.. <.hile
table loi the N rth it l are
ill ible lor British C . im
,- ■
bla, a:; 1 in ihe interes-   ■ •
pr vin ■■ the e   i      h >uld b;
revlsi 1 snd altered    rhenthe
Wl,en lhe
the   administration  ol public
mpllshed,
lands by the department     the
and N itch lllll complaint when he knows it io
been lied up be [usilfied   Falling lhe mem-
i>. Inclusloi bei     ngthelt duly we suggest
the Revelsi ke B:.ard of Trade,
ll ; the settlers around Revel-
' •/   E . t Pass. N'jtch Hill
ll I Sail   -.  Arm sen 1 in a
petltl n le Mr   Oliver asking
him lo visit this section ana
in:  '.he matter tor himself   There Is a great demand
for land lor settlement, bui
\in icr present conditions settlement Is blocked in the worst
way.
leap
What do you
Think of this?
Dry Boards and Dimension Timber,
Shlplap,        -
Flooring. Celling. Siding.
Irom $8 to SIO per M
$12 per M
Irom $15 per M. up
•»-/"•. olher information will be furnished on Inquiry at
our office We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage,
which will have our careful attention.
ft, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO. LTD
UJ..W. D   C , .1*
THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C., JUNE 29. 1906
ANOTHER BMDCI DISASTER.. The Sultan   signed   Ihe Algeciras
Another bridge dieter on the C.P. p,0,OCo1 on F,,da)''
R. main line has occurred, lhls lime     The Nova Scolla provincial elections
at Ihe Loop, where Ihe B. C. Contract ***"> na"e resulted In Ihe return ol j
Company have a contract to build a thirty-four Liberals and sis Conserva-
steel brldjje for   Ihe  C.P.R.    This Uvea.    Though    Ihe    Liberals   are
bridge Is elevated 100 Ieel above Ihe sustained,   the   Conservatives   have'
bed of lhe stream.   A span seventy gained **»" seals.
Ieel long was being lowered Inlo posl-     The   United   States   Senate has
tlon aboul 11.30 a.m., when Ihe tackle finally decided to adopt the lock type
gave way and the span was precipitated canal lor the Panama undertaking.
some leet below.   In lis crash II killed     ,,     _,,.,.        .   .     ,    . „
_. ,      , Hon. Fielding has Introduced a bill
two men.   The east-bound train was    ., .   „
..    . ,.       ,       .    which allows the Government to return
waning lo cross Ihe br dge when the ..   _     . _    , „   ,„  „ „       „„
,.*., ,     .   .     ., the Grand Trunk Pacific lis five million
accident happened and the dining car      ,  ,
,    . ... "        cash deposit and accept  Instead any
was sent out to feed the passengets. ,„r     ,       .   .,r. ,.
_      a ,.    ,      , ,„   ..    a securities ol  undoubted commercial
Beyond Ihe loss ol Hie, Ihe damage     .
done was not so serious as at first
supposed.   It appears lhe two and a     Tn« Governmenl ol Cape Colony
hall Inch rope used lor lowering Ihe l»s Introduced a bill providing lor an
span Inlo position, broke al an linen- expenditure of seventeen million dollars
pected place, and one end ol Iho girder °'» 'allwy extenlons.
slipped Iwo leet. lulling on lhe Iwo men'    Premier McBride addressed a large-
who were killed and crushing their ly attended meeling at Chilllwack on
lives outright.   The rope had been' Saturday evening.    His account ol
used lo lower the other spans without good work accomplished by the Gov-
a sign ol weakness.   The girder was eminent was heartily cheered.
got Inlo position and the bridge was     .   ..       „     ,,,
Another police officer was murdered
Saturday In Warsaw.   He Is Ihe 120th
victim ol vengeance on police since
J-111 al..  111.
available for tralflc within seventeen
hours of the accident and regular
traffic Is nov resumed.
Ktmloofii Men Mere*.-**. E.-irr_c lo Iho extent ol $500,000
Harellon. B. C. J_i«20. A double »'»» caused by fire In Nicole!, Quebec,
murder was committed here early «» Thursday. The old parish church
Tuesday morning. Alexander Mcln- and the home lor rrlests. and the contest!, halt breed, and Max LeClalre.a vent were diilroyed.
guide from Kamloops. are lhe vlcllmj. |. „ announced lhal a new combln
and the murderer Is alleged lo be at,on j, >0 get the Australian mall
Simon Johnson, an Indian ol Ihe Klpsco contract. The Dundee Advertiser
Irlbe, Mcintosh and Johnson quarrelled tiys it would not be surprising If the
on Monday night and when the dead llW C.P.R. were found In It. and de-
body ol the hah breed was lound yes- c\ua that It will make Canada more
letday. tn the middle ol the read, a ' ihu ever the highway ol the mall ol
mile and a hall (rem town, suspicion at the world, not only to Japan and China,
once pointed to the Indian,   Mcintosh but l0 the Antipodes.
^iTt^'iT W''f •PP"W"!     ■«■%* Hon. Sir Robert Bond. K.C..
while riding into town    A man wai at'      7     ,.,,.,,
..... , .        premier ol   Newfoundland, says the
once tent on the hunt lor Johnson, ,  .,   ,     .,   .
queston ol  Newfoundland   entering
Hall an hour later an excited Indian
rode into lown Irom Klptcrex to uy
he had discovered another body,   ll ,
MMiotaihaulUCla.  " "*'i " "    *»•»«■"■ ;•";
loo. had been ahot in the back whtl. %?** ™ ^^f £J
\T^-T\" *•!£?? -mpeii.lutrum.m.nTp.L'li the
trail, north nl Harellon    LeCblrea -£L
horse Is mining and It U supposed the *****'
Indian killed Ihe guide In order lo gel     An irrigation system li now under
the animal, to that he might escape comtntctlon by the While Valley Irrl-
oa it, jgailMi (t Power Company, Ltd.. which
will undoubtedly be the meet extensive
work ol the kind in British Columbli.
Sattdon. June 26.   The lillle wn ol enabling Irom live low thousand acres
Archie McDonald pbjed with matches of comparatively unaroducttve lange
yesteiday allemoon and new lillten .nd grain Und lobe let oul in profiltNe
dwelling btwtet aie cinders.    The orchardi   The source ol supply tt
Ihmes got such a start along Cody Lakes Aberdeen and Haddo. tome
Road lhat the whole lown was ending- fourteen miles southeast ol Vernon
ered.   The lire tt now raging on the ——————e—
hillside. The estimated lou ii SI 2.000 f> a. t r»
wilh very Utile insurance *\jtl &  lMeW PeilCe
From Ntw <fc Far
A leinlic wind ttorm vitiied Landau, J
Woodstock and Forrest Siturdiy afternoon. Many torts were Mown oil and
much damage done,
Western tallest subsidies include.
Koeieaay Central, Irom Golden to lhe
tMundiiyline.SS9S.200: Kellleiivit
valley tiilwiyJI6O.0CO. Wellington*
Union Bay ttlemicti cl C.f.R blind
lneSI76.000.
The annual staiement ef the Ontario
bank thm net profits lor Ihe rear
amounted to JI $6.915.8V. Thettmuil
tUlement tf lhe Trader's bank cl Cn-
Ida thews profit! lor the yur amcwtled
loMvo.Ul7S
According to the newsfspert tf
Spain, lhe minuter ol the interior de
elites thit the sum ol S 100.000 was
lying in the Bat* ol Statin it the dil-
poilllon ol inarehlttt and ii was believed lo have been deposited by their
political supportets.
At the dote tf a promoted session
ol the United States cabinet on Saiur
diy. Attorney General Mcvdy an
nounted lhal thai the governmenl has
decided lo prosecute the Standard Oil
Co, under Ihe terms tf lhe Elkins Uw
which prohibits rebate* in inteutate
commerce.
The besl lence Is the
MANITOBA FROST WIRE FENCE
ll Is made wholly of heavy tuid
ueel wire Ilu all advantages ol the
woven lencet. but surpasses them In
appearance, strength, durability and
economy.   Sale Agent lor Okanagan.
R. BAILEY
ENDERBY B. C
City   Barber   Shop
IS THE PLACE FOR
A NICE CLEAN   -   .
SMOOTH   .  SHAVE
It. N. HendrickMn, Bell Block
A sirong constitution
means a healthy mind
and good wotk—and
good work means ad
vancemeni To have
a sirong constitution
one must have the best
meats, and that's what
you will llnd at the new
buck block Always
Irash. juicy and lender
Geo. R. Sharpe
ENDEkBY
Syiss
It ilfKiii not  riaqiiiro .n
tapPIt 111 lll'ltll out tho  fluoH
ol thu " Suniltlno" (urnioa—
the only t...>1 ui>oeleil it it l.tu-li
whiolt  it   ejui<|eln>,|   with ovory
luriuuie.
Cloiin-out ilonni nre pltuiotl In the
owing, uml tlin leiiie.li can easily lie imtertod.
Tills hotter just hrittlea with eielutivo fealuroii lUoh na
autonmtio gu duniiera, Itrgo double leed-doorn, slool doino,
double cliiileiiret ami .Uiel ntalialor,
11 you want the bent furitiu-ii made gol tbo' Sunthine."
Sold by i.nt«i|itie.iiig .Io.iIitk ovorywliero.     IlooVlel  (roe.
McCIaryfc
la.s-tx.s  Tobonto. M.tN-riiKti.
WlSSIfKO.    VtNteOIIVKII.
bt. John   Hamilton.
M. J. HENitYS
NURSERIES
( I..I l.cc.ci nd  *»»ti 1 i.t.t
VANCCLiVEl'
Be        C.
BEESUlFLiTS
Bedding Out I U j ts
NOW READY Cilery Ctb age,
Cauliflower,    Extra     e loi  I (mil
'I er,   ,".:,•'•' ■    .   ■ Nc
ki'. delay   I Itimlgi   .■      recti n,
nor .'i-i its lo 11)  n
Komi Crow.-i 3'ock
We have .hegctdt.   Getvtur trc'.rj
in early Ic tecute |tc.ni|i| dt .
French, Hol'and tnd Jspn bulbs
will be ready fer Srpleu b r tl-ipirents
Catalogues Iree.
M J. H'NIY.
1010 Wi llrlraln Ret     Vr'rctvir
a.c.
eo vtaaa-
confederation is never mentioned now
at there was absolutely no sentiment
Get the Credit      j
<*< making Good Butler and have
Printed Butter Paper
Prices and Quotations at this Office.
Special Cuts and Inks.
._j Munr.o
Dnwm
Oomttwn ato.
tlr'ei-.fi-'   '     f  a. n .'■■-•'••■♦■•.■•■' .
*1tti'a>if m*mt* r itai p,*t .fi«« ■I*ii4• »h
li ee   i    l.»|l   »_•"» l"»Ul_l^__J    -•>•■'"
li,.. #......-|.- .«.i.. uy WWfWX ■ •■• • •   a
•f.-l"—    ""r.t    IMMtM>»«l..||«l.l|
I'eie   '• lake*.   •'-«■'.   *bit, ■■■   %  t       It I .1
^«c.We. tk«. *    '    v,l .It'll .||. !'»
Scientific American.
4 »»h'»- -»:t l^«M(V*4 •*•» »      ll'.Mi Mf
ttairUm -f •Hii.^.-nfa *tti**U    T-     • 1   •
ft*    hmm a«M.|i  a--4lfH t*"***+tf ''*
Wifc'~»<"!»>
r
To Our Subscribers
and the Reading Pubic of the
Northern Okanagan Valley . .
The publishers ol The Proorrss announce
that commencing wllh Ihe Issue of May 18. which
was the first number of Volume 3, the subscription
price has been
REDUCED TO
$1.50
a year, payable strictly in advance. All back
subscriptions must be paid lor at the old rate ol
$2.00 a year. Do not forget that a yearly sub
scripilon lo Ihe Endbkhy Prockkss now costs I SO
KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE HAPPENINCS
OF YOUR DISTRICT, the town in which you do
your trading, and the Okanagan Valley. To do
this you should read the local paper  That paper is
The   Enderby   Progress
which Is rapidly becoming, and will be. tin PApnt
Of THE NORTHERN OKANAGAN.
MAY WK HAVE THR PLEASURE
it \t*i ate fiol •!»<•»<!v a   • i' 'it tit
OF  ENROLLING   YOUR   NAME ON  OUR
EAST GROWING LIST
Syr rt,... ef
(Varl. I. I!.er..l„| Peeftulal ionl
ANY... a', i Dm ......
R»l»tv h» I in 1 tti.il, (Men   i    .,
'. e ...„.■..,,._ .  ,.,. .   ,,    ....
ai*hud.1.luniiy. <i te.,     ..   ... it
run el .ce.it ttaciwit ol •
:,  ,. e. :•.   a ■■     •  .
E-.trviti.ti bl matt fattiaia. .
.    ■-    •    "    e ,. - .-    ...
I«h4 n tlld.lt
■tat fMctetiM .M....I1, to*\u
at
"  * "»ltthtr
» dMuteil. «l the bmmHttAu it-aw
un it. tlte vKtn.1-/ cl die uraf
  ...
-
II dn    ■•• a*i^t«te-u1..i,«i|
e»»e we. tamuif lani tavti by bam in
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laHdeMe ini ih. mi Ut-d.
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LthoA .1 On.** ct tt.ltt.iita uattiy Itr
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1-1   *r    ' "• '•*               ••    .
.1 th.
read Itr.
For Sale
ehttitt    SuettO |r,r lm t p %;rf trie
J W M CAl.t.Wlc*. ^Irme Arm
Hal
cyon
Hot Springs Sanitarium
No* urtitei ■' • id
lt».»a   M |.,!■••«   Hhwmr ll*uie
-
TtMHefM Nutn   ■ ». ,    at a.
Met     ,   •  -    . . mthat.
• >• ..-•■.,..        ,    V , ,
a<   1                   •' '      -t Mf SUtMUk
a  e      ta  tta .
.,.     ,.,-    a    , ..raat.
.        .          • ,.
ta--      c-   a
Halcyon Hot Springi
Artea. I at.  E. C.
Notke.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
tfflg timber est
.    tterbrutri  i»-n   the   larrfs
belorefinf lo it -
w  A  ! aKEf
F  R
G R. ', THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C., JUNE 29. 1906
lhe Joy & Health of lhe Heme
depends on The Range or Cook Stove
I11UII lillle   lake.'!!   U|e   lie    1
llie McLeod   properly on
avenue
•■.llll
lell on Friday on a
We have them in all styles
bull! f:r long use. I
Stive Repairing i
.el
is a spe i c
lh   We do Plumbing. Furnu :e I le Ulna an I Roofing.   You run
no risk.   OUR WORK GUARANTEED
A. FULTON'S  '<™?EAND
TIN SHOH
Are vou inlendiiv' to sell
this Year
IF SO-
List
Your     Town .1
si_r   with
II P I FF
I   I.     I    .     U.l_.l-a
lh.     ,  ,;.    .. - J.W.EVANS  KtieNite/Ham. A(.nl
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS, ENDERBY
TOWN 9b DISTRICT
.NOTES.
An ellait ti beritjt nude to have in
eminent Ut the building at a vhail at
,'.»... i.
•■ " rail win
,.-er.  hai
• l ihe) Sle^l ia
.   -
ild  ta be S6.8O0.    Mr,  Saltwell
•    lence .t
■
Th*   ' • •   Ssmtatium.
announces lhal it it open t
th" lam
out Battle Creek. Mich. Sanitarium
.    .
ceiient e
,
-
.
.
It
Man     no* rutin
,
0(4 cut
■
Ml
"   . ■                  .
.
'aimg ihi
J. Ve
M
.   •
and t-tur.u- Siding, mid thai
one ol lhe alto which he intended Is
•
Th- C ft ft   have certainly greatly
'   the appearance
station pr.forty hete   They are la be.
congratulated iijva   tin iteal   fence
whuh hu been elected ar«" I
it ihe encsnium oi all anient and
.   ■ n    Metiers.  Bell & Mutfhy. si
• - >-.  ,: *.-..-■
smile*,   lor   an unttelnicted  view,
ti'ie-nding h,si«lr>
J ft UtttMi wm deem (rati Salmon"
river the Imt sf the week,   K*
men cutting net near Saint n liver.
•   •
rivtr to Salmsti Ann won,
.'.•-     .tie twelve thsuwnd Heie trill
be taken down   Ther- - at abundance
e ihmg lhe river and he
'.nue tnskita-
.-Ul in thu • i
•,. • . » nun bet   -a in**;.
.
■
-..  .- . . -
(tan oul-      li "
"
...
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-
.......      ..   •
le, i       ike a
nh-i '
ruitaci '        ■
,,... lly 9th     In the
lhat ah)
•■    -  I
-    -
•    |
ten, and    .'   l  -.•*•■ aotei m>.n a
•     •
* .   ■ ?7lh
Me • -. K •    ■
■
-
there I
«
'
•-.  la
lltl     pel'
'
-. ■
Mrt. ft. Peel lell on Friday lor
Chilllwack, where .ahe will villi Irlendi
lot sonic tune
0 S Mt.hr, who represents H. P'
Lee ni Arm: ir ng,spent iho week end
v ni in parents iwtilt ul town on ihe
Salmon Ann road.
Mrs. 0. Harvey and son. Collin who
have been visiting relatives and Irlends
in this vicinity for some time, lell on
Tuesday for iheir home In Ashcroll.
A. Shields was a passenger to Ash-
1 crolt on Saturday's train,
pal McDonald ol the public
school, was a passenger on Saturday
allemoon's train, en roule io Victoria,
where lie will attend the annual Teach- j
er'a Convention.
Mullet's "Kick" will go down In
history In company with thai already
lamoua brand ol Hour, Model's "Besl."
Tha hay crop ol this year will be a
splendid one. Wiih the large amount
ol rain which we have had up till now
this year, the grain is v.ryluiig and
some record yields per acre may be
l;ked far Culling has commenced
In some places, notably at the Wylie
ranch, »here bath hay snd alfalfa are
|i an
The weather ihe past week has been i
it capricious   SmutJay. Sunday and Monday forenoon were ex
tretiiely hou at Monday noon, in ihe
dead, still  shade, lhe thermometer
•      .' !.'".-     >.,
cl the weather 4-eicir4 upsii a change.
and light showers were lhe order on
Tuesday, culminating early on tl/edne.-.
day morning Ina heavy nun which
■ -. t    ■  • '■ •■•'      -  ■■'■.. '.• t
have been i nger ihan that remembered
.by old timers,   Startinjt at 11 o'clock
iti Tuesday night It rained almost un-
| ceaslngly till 4 a.m. the nest morning
F II  BantN. WM.. cl Endeiby
No, 40. AF. JtA.M.Murned
, sn Monday (ram attending ihe thirty.
J tilth annual cetnmunicallcn cl Ihe
M W, Grand Ledge ot British Cilum-
ttcj. A F k A M.. which epened at
Victoria on Thurtdiy lasl,   Ab ut  na
hundred ttelfgalea wete present Sheritl
Amutrcaig.   ol   New   Westminster, j
M.W.. grand matter, presided al the
sessions with ft. E. Brett at V. W.
I'"' '.;.•-    v    • *'
the Province were all represented at
tha communication. The nest session
of lhe Grand Lodge will beheld tn,
Vettwn.   B M. Hyman, ol Mirriam'
Vernon, u D.D.G.M.. tf this\gp%
district 1st this year,
Mr, Graham Rotoman, who, as Lay
Reader, conduced Divine worJnp at,
S. George's Church on Sunday evening
latt. made lhe la'hwing remarks Irom
lhe pulpit, in lelerettce to Ihe absence,
Rev. F. V. VenaWet:   "The Vicar, at
. o at-, tttatt, hts gate away |
«n ealended leave of absence Irom th*
Bi«hoj» For some lime patt he tail
slued greatly in need ol that change of
air snd change ol scene which tie ss
bertelictal to the health   I am sure
»ill ail unite with me in arm-
' Iheir lillle tan, whom
Ihey h»v« hai *   ■-•    I   I
. ciiiical operai lea    I trust' thai they
will be relieved Irom all Iheir care and
ansiety ' .'ry. and
htll hav*. the pleasure of,
g lhe  Vicr back in due]
■    • • :  united
i rt   -, health 1
ed peace of mini''
$5 REWARD
W  ate  I'll
•1 hSIIet
- teiniii
■
1 louse for Sale
The Union Restaurant
CLIFF   STREET,    ENDERBY
WEEKLY  -TICKETS. $5.00.       BY THE MONTH, $20.
BAKERY
In conneam with lhe Restaurant a lint clsss Bakery Is established Irom which can always be obtained llie choicest Irom
the oven.   Alwayi Iresh.
A nice lint tf Conlecttonery is carried in slock. Fresh
Irult In season.   Djii'I bake bread when busy. TRY  OURS.
r
\:-
Everything Strictly
First-class
^
J. McQUEEN, Proprietor. Enderby.
"W/E beg to announce
that we have opened
up a
■REAL   ESTATE OFFICE
In Enderby. where our attention will be given strictly to
Real Estate. Loans and Insurance. If you have any property for sale, we would advise you to list ll with us, as
soon as convenient.   We can sell it.
Kirby, Elsom <& Kirby
ENDERBY
Money bo Loan
Flral Motifta*.-.
1
AND
Armsirong
rtre ant Llf.
InuiraiK.
Moffet's Best
AN
HONEST FLOUR
We do not use any bleaching process to make
our Flour white. When ordering INSIST on
getting our flour.
TSa Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd., Enderby
A LARGE
STOCK OF
>i\.
NOW ON
HAND
The besl els-- li the Valley    Well burnt bricki at reatonable , I
Large or Small Qmnilties.
IB* Enderby Brick 9b Tile Co.        Enderby, B C
Armstrong's   15th Annual   Celebration,
July 2, 1906
The Citizens ol Armstrong cordially invile your presence
wiih ihem on ihe above dale, and promise an interesting
Program ol
LACROSSE.      BASEBALL      FOOTBALL
FIREMENS SPORTS,  and   ATHLETIC ENENTS
SPBCIAL EVENTS FOR THE CHILDREN
GOOD   PRIZES
Come
Years
' Bl IM all    N thing will be tco gocd for our
Hia day we have Celebrated for Fifteen
At*ly to A
Na
)NALD, Chairman
RHIAN. Secretary

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