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 The Enderby Progress
and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
Wllh Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 2.    Number 51
si-JDERBY, B. C, MAY 4 1906.
5*zs_____j]52i
NOBBY
Summer Clothing
CONSISTING OF
MENS TWO-PIECE SUITS
LATEST STYLE AND CUT
Embroidered and Tan
Summer Sox
AND FINE
Cashmere Underwear
SHIRT-WAIST SUITS
AND    BLOUSES
LADIES!
Have You Tried Our Twilight and Deckajulle Teas
CLEANERS
for Spring House-Cleaning
Household Ammonia
Boutin*
S*| II
Cj;Jer,e
•Washing Compound
Borsa
Disinfectants for Everyday Use
Chloride ol Lima        Calvert's Disinfecting Powder Creolln
Camphor Carb.iic Acid. Crud*        Copperas
Camphor Balls
D.   NAIR.N   &   CO.
W
HEN IN ENDERBY
STOP   AT,
TA KING EDWARD HOTEL
THE   LEADING   HOSTELRY   OF THE OKANAGAN  -/ALLEY
Visitors to th* northern part ol the Okanigan Valley, whether
land hunting, or lor pleasure and tport, can do na betier ihan
make this home their headquarters. Table and cuisine un
etcelled Bar replete with lineal win*), tplrllt. liqueurs, cigar*
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
MIX tl MUgPHY
Proprietor*
-»■
Wines & Spirits ■,',;.„
known brand* lo choose i. n
-r d' takg    W- hav* a
rttmnt ot all lhe well
LOCAL   NOTES.
J. A. Macmorland, who has (or Ihe
p:,il itigo years been employed at Ihe
Stepney ranch, left on Thursday lor
fort Hammond, wlier- he enters the
employ of Dr. Manchester, of lhal
place.
The regular meeting cf St. Andrew's
Ladles' Aid will meet at Mrs. Brash's,
on Wednesday, May 9th.. at 2.30 p.m. I
A full attendance requested.
A meeting cf the various committees I
In Connecticut wiih Ihe 24th ol May
celebration is called lor this evening.
It Is hoped lhat all members of such
Hi commlllees will be present, and thai
they will report progress. The pro
gramme will be made up at this meeting, which, together with the attractions
lor lhal day, should now be publicly
known.
Harvey tc Dcbjon announce thai
they deliver goods In lown twice dally.
Get orders in early.
Fire lasl night destroyed the blacksmith shop of J. McMahcn, situated
on the Armsirong road, opposite Ihe
yard ol Ihe Kamloops Lumber Co.
The blate occurred about 4 a.m. and
in a lew intitules the building, which
was only a shell Irame one, was reduced
to ashes. Luckily, lhe shop was
standing away from olher buildings, or
ilic lire might have been very serious.
It is supposed lo have originated Irom
a faulty furnace. J. McMahon and
J. li. Marlyn were working nil 9 pin
the evening before, and everything was
all right when they left. The forge
| wu rented to the Kamloops Lumber
Co., by Mr. McMahon, who has lost
! over $200 worth ol tocls on which
there wai no insurance. Mr. McMahon
i has the sympathy cf Ihe entire com-
j muniiy in ihe less ol his shop.
, On Thursday lasl, an Insane man,
Joseph H. While, ol Penncton. who
' was being brought lo Vernon in charge
cl Special C.unable Ner! Wlll'aitia,
jumped Irom a lavatory window of the
' S. S. Aberdem into Okanigan lak* at
, a point not lar (rom Ewing's Landing.
; As he was violent, lh* man had been
handcufled. and leg Irani placed on hi*
a! U*
Starting on Monday, th* passenger
J train will leave Enderby al 4.05 p.m.
e instead ol 4.30, as at present
On Wedneseay. two prisoners serving a term In Ihe provincial Jail at
Kamloops mad* a bold break (or liberty.
and so lar have ntl been recaptured.
The men are Baker, sent up lor slabbing at Tranquille. and J. Lyons, who
~     hails Irom Revelstck*.
^T) T. E. Crowell. comtractor. ol Ver-
"j/ non, apent a lew daya in th* clly the
early part of lh* week.
A delightful garden party waa given
on Tuesday aliernoon by ihe Presbyterian Ladies Aid. on Ml
Richardson's lawn, Tea, ic* cream
and cake were served. That such
dainties war* moil delectable was
proven by the crowded nature ol the
many tab.- satiated around th* lawn.
Th* lime wat one cl much en|cyment.
and many a hearty peal ol laughter
could be heard, showing whal pleasure
can be derived Irom an affair such as
(hit.
We are pleated io sa/ lhal Mi
•: rho hat been very sick lar
Ihe past lew weeks, la new able la get
■   , I her many trig
thai     " will soon regain her i  -
and sit   |
\\     A 1.  ■       -    .   i
■^*_) ready I r tl    new house which he M<
"-—- te:,;  loereel icrast
TUESDAY'S CONCEET.
Majsiii
COUNCIL MEETING
The Clly council held Iheir usual
weekly meeting on Wednesday evening.
Mayor Bell wga In ihe chair and all the
Aldermen were piesem, wiih the e«
ceptlon of N. H. Kenny.
The business al the meeting was ol
an uninteresting character. Ihe lime
being taken up chielly by a discussion
on ihe streets question, the Recreation
Grounds By-law and the waterworks
scheme.
W. P. Gooch addressed the council
in respect lo the city's Intention, re
that portion ol High street which
boun-ls G. R. Lawes' properly Here
the street Is only thirty leet wide, *nd
Mr. Gooch. who was appearing lor Mr.
Lawes, wished to know whether the
council were going to widen ll, and II
ao, how. Mr. Gooch was informed
lhal lhe council were not worrying
over the matter, and lhat Ihey had no
Intention ol making lhat street any
wider.   Mr. Gooch then withdrew.
A letter wgs road. Irom Mr   Steven-
g ihe city council n run a
lane al lhe back ol her property, which
she   recently   purchased   from Mr
The Clerk was instructed lo write
Mrs, Stevenson, drawing attention to
whal had already been don* around
her properly, and (nl, ruling her that il
was impossible lo do anything lurth.tr.
considering the limited amount of hinds
available lor road improvements, and
ihe Immense amount requiring urgent
attention.
The Recreation Grounds Bylaw
passed it* third teadn-g with a slight
amendment The place gitd dat* of
polling was flted to take place at the
Court House, May 17th
Th* Finance Committee's repot!,
consisting tf th* month's wages bill,
wu gdopted,
A long discussion foot place on lh*
waterworks scheme. It wu seen thai
il water wu .blamed Irom Smiths
iree*. t great annum of trouble ■mi
delay would be eapernneed ii'
sought lo cross private land with the
pipe line, which would have to bt don*,
were it brought in a straight lm* to the
li A
u Itr u poutbie. the pip* should be
bid along the toad Thi*. iiggettum
seemed lo meet wnh general approval
It wu Itgumd out th*l lh* aalra du
coat entitled by loDowiqg th* ragd
would not MCetd $2,000 The M*y,r
wu   iittttucttd lo interview certain
- ll tbieUt thu matter. and alio to
Oral . see Mr Franeia Hatuid. in regard lo
-   relubility cf Smith a cttak.
ENDERBY Kill   MINES
ground belore the tnd ol April    Drill.
A v.heeler. Special Correspondent ing will be at once slatted on the place
.. il,- li C   Muting Etching*, who indicated by tht viiiting c.-«*l etpeth
•   • Ithhnlbyiom* few week* ag    It uetpected that the meamr-
in an article In the current itsu* ol en ol by Pro!
report
nice turned
Glendeiiiiing
an : .'•. Helen Munro concert. Those
who did siiend lllt*n*d lo Ihe besl
singing ever heard ,in Enderby
Tnough small in number, ihe audience
was very apprecialive. and showed
Iheir enjoyment by repeatedly recalling
Iho singers.
Madame Gleiideiinlng was besl In
"Home Sweel Home" "Comln' Thro'
Ihe Rye," and "Dear Lillle Shamrock"
while Miss Munro appeared to the
greatest advantage in " because "
"Woman's Way" and "Songs at the
Piano."
Madame Glendennlng and Miss
Munro possess well trained voices ol
rich quality, and we can assure both
ladles lhat II they ever visit Enderby
again, which we hope ihey will, a lar
larger house will greet them. Both
ladies carried away wnh them lasting
remembrances ol their visit to our
sunny Okanagan and lhe kindly hospitality of its people.
Cirresnondence.
|The Fdcte-t does not hold htmsell tespsnst-
bl* (ot opttiionaesoressei under
•>>li tig.)
S GSORGE'S BELL FUND.
To the Editor ol the pROSRgax
Having been Informed thit rumours
are in circulation lo lne effect that Ihe
funds collected for the purchase of a
bell for S. George's Church are to be
applied to soma other purpose, we desire to give all auch stale:"
most e.nphallc contradiction.
We think It should hardly be necessary lor ui to defend oursetvua, and
other responsible Church ollicers, a
gaintt so serious a chargtu that cl
misapplication ol hinds subscribed by
lh* public for a specific purpose.
As, however, li seems that Ih* most
utterly unfounded and improbable i«
pons readily gain currency, and a
certain amount of cred*-:e. wc with
to staie. In the most detinue manmr.
lhat ii hu never been contempttted
tor on* moment thu the lundi tn
question siwuld be diverted Irom lh*
ut* lor which ihey weres i kindly given
by ihe numerous tube-
When tho right lime arrives, we
ahall publish a lull and properly audited
statement of the Bill Fund, shewing
ih- names of all jubicriberi, imxmu
subicribtd. and i -
Yours faithfully.
cne-n .alley. neafly*atror*a to arrange
Mr ani '
with the management ol ihe Enderby day tar a than visit  ia Okanagan
*******
-   ■   .    •• '•'■'  ft   McCu3;ngh   acccti.
1 p»stpon,ngthe D/Mrs MiCilliughanl
""""•   ' "£* to****** «h, hare been staying at M. A
-  ■•■ laid cul li bed tie du.lt* ,
May    the compa.,/has purchased a '*'      "    '
steel core drill 'not a diamond drill a*. W       ,   . -
No Need lo Mttd away now lot ycuri   Tom Paiterton was arraign^ i ■' rt ' '
J. P.* Geo. Bell tnd A. L   Fori '»** *<> Mr
Stumping
Supplies
V/e have n-.w in slock BLOCKS ani
CABLE and olher neceaarieo.
j. h. McVeigh
BLACKSMITH      ENDERBY
BUGGY PAINTING a Beetiab
on   Wednesday   morning lo f*c« a     Mr F H iln    returned
charge ol supplying liquor to Indians. ****** uralay.
He wu lound guilty, and sentenced • aets. manager    I lh* E   .
pay a line of S100. or alg months' In Pilor inch, which was recen
jail.  A ltrg* irnibaf of Indian wit-
iieiies   were   called   by   Plot
Cariitable Gardom. who had
Vernon, passed
on Thursday morning, returning li
Al
A. L
.
e    * a ■
do
I Ihe
g.v-g'h'
ALSO IN STOCK     Wheeler-
rowi and Be,,..   Wheel... short cha
that Bt ■ '
Kniurwasgrale-
■ ".  . .; g|   r*
I let^ hardly
We are now  Showing  the
Largest and Nicest Line of
. .White-wear..
Ever opened up in the
dtV.   (•'all i« anil be Convinced
by Seeing for Yourselves.    .    .    .
Enderby Trading Company I'HE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C.. MAY 4. 1906
THE PROGRESS
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■11    SUIS    PRET."
Peibluhe.:
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Notes and Comments
I _x_*      J
'.V   ire pleasi I m note lha!
'.h; Board   I '•'•' rk   i'e going
■
•■  -
here by
ihe bad con-
.
ext-jn'.
which hast •: tn ths
past •*'ill be
rlasllng patching.   Such a method :
make loi road; ra-.h;?
- ■
-
be In
The Mali Herald remarks.
'One greal    I "acles to
the   • '..lenient o! British Col-
umbla;   Ih ■ extensive Indian
■• -". ■ made    Itl   il rhyme
•      .i   ::     lh"!" are only
25,000 Indians in British C .
umbia and lor ihem 1000 re-
uns have been made, or
Is ol acres
■   ■ . r. .    ,:. lans,   Thc Ok-
.   , n    Valley    o.ttlcuhrly
useless poll-
.:. • be
•   ,!.      ■ • land by
v. ..    I reserves ihan he re-
,.. -     Many o! these Indian
re   rves should bi opened up
to  selllemr*n! entirely, while
others shouh be curtailed to
meet the requirements of the
Indians living on them.   Mr.
Duncan Rvis. M P„ particularly has a constituency much
interested tn this question, and
I •* he will ventilate It on
■    .lie hewje "
The above sentiment wil! be
heartily endorsed by all our
readers, (or we have an example rlghl al our totm limits ol a
beautiful and what would be
productive land at presont part
■! an Indian reserve,  which
only producing stove-
I thi    . ne land were
in the hands of energetic white
lerby would be a
-rent town to
:.e Spallum
reserve Is one
be conveniently curtail
il '.Midship io the ln
.nd that pom si I)
cross ihe river should, we '.tutu,
be thrown open to white setters,
As the Mail-Herald saj
hope that our Member will give
this matter prominence in Hit
during the present ses
BjI. at '.he sam*
■
circulated, and  a   memorial
Ottawa?
PR  FESS
W. P. GOOCH
Banister, Solicitor, etc.
I'H:. I'toCK
ENDEKliY
B. C
PETER   BURNET
DOMINION k HROVINCIA1.
LAND SURVEYOR
ENDERBY                     B C
mm* ' i«3»™"k»a_____________r-BP^^-^pM-Ma-ela^^M
Men's Ready-Made
CLOTHING
AT GREAT DISCOUNT PRICES
20 p.c. off for Cash ! !
FRATERNAL
A. F. & A. M.
er the n
Mi . ,  ' rethm
.  i.vited,
F II. Batc-cra, w.M.
D. A. Hvstoe.See.
C.O.F.No 1058
Mvtu tht fourth Prtdi
t»?h mwth Sraihtta
-   h
I. 0. 0. F.
i-i..'.a Lodge. No. SO '■'-•
"
,: tctetteteit ate
iiivilaj to an.i. J.
Knijflits of Pytluas
"
LO.L.No.446
Call and see them
Splendid Lines of Prints, Ladies' Collars, &c.
for Spring and Summer.
Boots and Shoes, and everything good In the
Grocery Line
J. C. Metcalfe    Enderby
QQt 11 We beg to Inform the
pn-n r^^-lKlf* Public that all cur horses
CcUl   UldUlC   hiw, been  tcs,ed   (or
Glanders    Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned out ana
disinfected, and Is as clean as lhe day It was built
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all gel* tig, SI4.O0O.O0O. Rett. SIO.000.00
Balance Pi mn on* Lou account, $173.18*
HEAD   OFFICE.   MONTREAL
PrMldtm, High! Hen. Lord Stratreeortaand Mount Royal C. C. M. 0.
I'teaicietit. Sir Geo. A. Dtummend L. C M G.
A Ceneral Banking   .tisinets transacted
,'....".
- .      because a news
-very scrap
f news, so long as you take no
•) give the editar inform*
We have seen •
. ■:. jt.-   .- *■
.'II   up
with • -ig lha
pzfylt at a
pense   Ti
■
g the |
•
e
all the   tr a
-
the heavi
i' - a."* ...'    ■
the dairyman gets his milk—by
pumping
.'.'';-'     •
."•n   lit lhe   Kl.lt
".is coming sum
A. m re laudable amW-
rhitritedthan
become a
*n    I!  ire
■•    ig
ir arms th.
G'l a N.w ['once
MANITOBA FROST WIRE KENCK
mad* »h Ur ol haavy liarj
alladvantagr
■
It. t»AIL£Y i
I'.; ERBY B.C
and ihey walk silentl,
the street and the business
man lakes sugar in hit n and
ihey both sat a clove or two
eater, an I peace
settles d *n on their hearts for
a moment   Such Is the ex*
ird seed lhat
ereni ground.
Savings Bank ,__^K_3
I    .    C U-ta.Jl.-3BlS
 VVIiMrew*!* on A,can* »eltePeel
*eUy. Rancher!'an! C may Hunt
nta* gitren ig*a*l aitcntton. Munteij*! *nd tchcol Dmtict aee aim i*.-eiveJ
en laac-tatile letm*. Sretiai altreticn given lo tht handling ol Municipal and
ether detentuiea,
OKANAGAN      DISTR.ICT
G, A. HtxMMOtt. Manager. Vernon
IMI BIBY ARMSTRONG KELOWNA
A. E. T«y»i. Sii *.;'.   E.S.V.MeClnteeli.SobAji,   P. UuMeulln. SuoAgi
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It is nt re funl    sea man
himseli in.,
paper than to see a iat man
■    u ■■
an exchange    Ths
.   - eight i
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BJSil
».h'j I       i        .    ifly and
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A'unhtsni*
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western Canada. The Department ol the Interior, recognizing the abuses lhal have crept
in through  the old system,
whereby,  corporations acting
In behalf of a homesteader, or
supposed to be so doing, and
."-.ling hold of large
tracts of land. In order to sell
-n quick lo make a
change with a vie »• of remedying
matter- inge will have
is. an I   Is
m^de in tin interest of the ac
tual settlers   Another h
iat etieel will be that It will tend
-'   ire .    •
'i n by the nc*. settler, and aa
a result of that selection nil
result i-        -   a'.islaciton on
••    	
nil am
,
i
MOWAT 9b BRINDLE
DELL SLOCK. ENDERSY. B. C.
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining and Ceneral Land Agents
PROMPT AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
TO   US
We   make   It
Our  Busi
usmess
To supply Ihe best of everything in our line, ai a price lhal an
honest profit will allow.   Our line includes Stoves and Kitchen
Utensils, Carpenters' Tools and Builders' Hardware. Garden
Tools. Hose, etc. Paints. Oils and Varnishes, and everything
thai a hardware store should keep.
HROrFRIF^   We have opened up a grocery store In
vtrvwvaCiML^. (he oU Bakef _hop ad)0|nlng ,he hard.
store, and solicit a share of your patronage.
R. P. Bradley - Endeiby
Look
here ! (or
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
■
M
Dry Boards and Dimension Timber, from $8 lo $10 per M
Shlplap, - $12 per M
Flooring. Celling. Siding.       - from $15 per M up
•ar Anv olher information will be furnished on inquiry at
our office   We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage,
ti niil have our careful attention.
Ih, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO„ LTD
EnJtrky. B C THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C.. MAY 4. 1906
Size of Berry Boxes.
The following statement lor publication has been received Irom Mr. Maxwell Smith, Dominion Frull Inspector.
As there seems lo be considerable
alarm and some misunderstanding as
lo lha Dominion Government's Intention- re the enforcement of the existing
laws regulating lhe Iruit trade, il might
be well io say lhal: In addition to my
olher duties. Including Ihe enforcement
ol lhe Fruit Marks Act, I am instructed to enforce sections *t and 5 ol the
"Act respecting the packing and sale
ol certain staple commodities 1901,"
as amended 1905. Secllon 5 cl the
said Aal states that i "Every box cl
berries or currants oflered lor sale and
every berry box manufactured and offered for sale, In Canada, shall be
plainly marked on Ihe side of ihe box,
in black letters at least hall an inch
square, wiih Ihe word "short," unless
It contains when level lull as nearly
as practicable I A' al least (our-llllhs
cl a quart, or IB1 iwo-lllllis ol a quart.
This will allow those having berry
bote* on hand, rr who may be Importing berries In boxes, which do not
comply wily iho above regulations to
dispose ol same as simply marking
ihem "short," but I strongly recommend lhat no more Illegal boxes or
bajkels.be purchased or manufactured.
The justice and convenience ol having
uniform standard packages mutt appeal
to all fair minded persons, and no undue hardship will be Imposed on those
who endeavor to get Into line as quickly aa possible. I shall continue to
exercise the same discreel moderation
aa has characterlted my official work
in lhe past, but there must be steady
progress toward lull compliance wllh
all the Irult regulations in order to
insure the fullest measure ol harmony
between growers, dealers, consumers
and Inspectors.
THEN  AND NOW.
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A  p*A.Jf*l  I* "ft  leeael   In f.\ ... '   tt a
rallwaya <e| iimr*  »nh   tie.**   tf
I'-.v.,  ... a* 1.. ."t.eeet Athene with
l',eet,e|e* let  rttil.
tirllrlel   flgurra   rrertilljr   c-ceiti|.llr.l
the* the main Hi.* nttl*tg* t.f metl
matte In Mlawturl in Iw Mtrtl  I   •
Thia total 1. Ilhrly lo bt e>.le«lel*r»le'.>
ltermtw.1 tide year
The .tatiilhern Kallmail eniti|Mtiy nf
Itelt I* ireeit'ir i» heat- hum I* :«e-..t..<»-
.i.,«. Iti pMnenget rare, at i.^iteetrr
rem. an.1 I.««. tr. Iffht rare, t'eet.ign
e»»tir*rtia a. ill te* »;,ec«*,l t„ eemptle,
tl ie eelcieltrael eat, d»,il,lfiil il Ihr
IVnn.ylinnla ra !r.*iet will act..|.i
nla-hrlelrel rail, lot lh* |«.i..l. ..I •■
......ner*.   tubefgrnom 11 -
*eiM* lie* leirle, 1 .t-.i ta, *  Inc.   b*eg
replifetl bi t|,„.,    '.  . ,, .-..i
t.|e*     feet   it   tee*   Icecefct   ||eRt   | |c*   teiilt
tlitiiinlecliail ih* Iraelttt pntaef „l th*
*t.git.*a t.n nrr«,iltl ,,f lle*ir hilrlfieei
A ea|<**i>,i .-ar f.-r Invglidi .. being
Icilll Inr Her *<a.eeie .leile r.a   ,    •    ' •
II*   1rai'.|ee>rtnlte>lt   cf  l|,..*   ftlcc  e ate
C'd.-C'l   III* ..|Ht...' .et a   ..ieeci* ,-«r.     ll
,,,,..i... ..I ihree Nptnmeftl*, with a
rnrrltlnr .»n mtt <-■.   *«,.   . r-t it,*
el
frtgYMtort ar* |et'.i.l..l,   n mat
hlrerl fnr -,.* .... »,, nlln ,'   ■
Nipt j •      '.-! II il   n.ct    t.ei'l*.!
*"ene*.
%, CORPORATION
tflk,
CITY of ENDERBY
LOAN BY-LAW No. I.
A Bylaw aulhoriiing lhe •cquilitittn
by thc Corporation ul lite City
tif liieclcilcy of Land lu tie u.cJ
11 a Recreation Ground within
lite laid Cily.
WHEREAS lhe Corporation d Ihe Clly
oi Eii.ieetley leave received a peitticti, signed
by '-ettain taaptyeta. requeatu c- them lo
pure-hue land lo te used aa a public lecrea-
tlon ground: anil
WHEKEAS lhe icqulaltloti ol land lor
auch purpose la deemed coiiducur i the
welfare ol aueh City: and
WHEREAS il ia necessary loi the said
purpose lhal a aum ol money nol exceeding
tl ,200.90 [One Thousand Two Hundted
Dollaral should be borrowed on the ctedlt
ol Hie stld City ol Eiiiletby: and
WHEREAS il la neceuaty thai then
ahall be railed in each and ever)' year a
sum nol exceeding $','JDeJ |Seventy two
Dollars] lor Ihe payment ol inteiesl during
tht currency ol the deleulurea hereby In-
tended to be ereated. and also the turn cl
$200.00 |Two Hundted Dollars] lor lha
payment ol the debt, making altogether a
aum nd exceeding J272 CO ITwo Hundred
and Seventy-two Dvllarsl to be railed in
each and eveiy year (or lh* purpose ol paying the uld debt and inietesi: and
WHEKEAS it la anticipated lhal a ceitain
amount ol revenue will b* derived by lhe
City Irom auch lecretilon ground, which
can be applied lo ihe teducticn ol auch taa-
al.   11 a.      htri I   !'   Vc.le i 1.1   ..'  I
WHEREAS in* v*lu* el lh* wheU of lh*
rateable land and improvemir.u In the t*id
City, tecordlng lo lh* lasl r*vli*d *ate*s-
.rem toll is SI72.5I6.V0
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by lh*
Corporation ol th* City cl Endeiby in
council assembled, as lollowii
1. Thai It shall be lawlul lor lhe Corper-
anon otihtuld Cny ol Endtrby ts borrow or
cause lob* bcrrewed Irom any renin cr
ptraon, body er bodies corporate, wt-.e
may be willing lo advance Ihe aame upon
th* aeeumyot lh* debenture* herein»i»i
mtntloned. • turn ol money nol (settling
Sl.200.00 |On* Thoutand Two Hurdled
1' ac * : a - 'fc. ■»•-•! t»ta..l e
lhe hanJa ot lh* Tieuuier ol lh- -
poianon.io be by him *f pietd, tubjici lo
such ttrtna, eondilion* ind natnetitiet u
th* uid Caipjranon may matw, lo lh*
putchate et» parrel et land, to b* end as
a public lecrtailon gteund, in and Icr the
« ii'..   i I-' !..;.
2. That ll ahall te lawlul Icr the taid
Corpotanoi. ie eat te tny t unlet rt debtr,.
lute* lea be mat. I t aa-t turn,  '
aa may be ie|uit d uitltt this !>
etottaittg howavtr   th* ma
Sl-OOftJ lOnt ThtmUHl T»
Doilan.i *u:;i datteteiuna ntl i
tetter turn than JiXOO (Tw*
Dolltrai  each, and that raid .lelttiaiet
■hall bt mltd wnh iht t**l tl th* taid
Car ca' t •:   ',   -a.*  V». •  a  '
eouteitr-tlgmd by iht Clem.
3. Thai lh* said dtbtnliirM thill bt mate
ptyaM* within a pitted el tli > -
ih* d*t* hintnaliet rtitni.tntd tt lh* dti*
on which Ihtt By-ta* than ctme mtetorre.
..,,„,, .,   —    .   ...  .
el iht City ol Endttty. and said '
:■ ,     ■ . - . ■■.    ....... ' .
iht paymtm ol tnttratt.
4. Trial taid detenruK shall Iter it.t.l
■ttai iht rait * • i-e .•• mpei t> -
" - ■*■-  •■     ■• •* •   ■•
lhe Iini day el Jan* in ttch and etrety
)"*'
■   - ,   ......   .   .   ..,-.,..
a i mn . IS72JC   ■:-.   t"-i»  1    •■• ■
a it.       ■:- ii    -   .         ■
•ccording le lh* unotirei el tevenue dentred
■--■..-•.. , • ......
ral* shall 11 Mtt-aiy k* lev*! • .
ed. in  aodiliiin   Is all   ilhii
.. • .-   ..,-.   ...  -        .,-,,-.-.
pttty ot th* ia i Cny dutt-g lh* rttttettey
cl im uld dttetniuttt or *ny I tin
I.. Thai it than bt la*Ul far th* ttld
CetperaHon la purehttt en* el th* tail
dtttnium en tht lint day nt June in cacti
atril every year, and all dttentuiee - -
ehattd thai! bt lett*>t*ilh e»r/t;8«d and
dnticyel. tnd no it tune el dibentiota
thtll le rnette in leteet ol urn*.
7. Thai ihit By-la*. Men lh* tinal
letting iKtitol. th*li btttibinit-
eieeion ef lhe Clly ot EnJtrtiy in th* man
ntr pmrnted by tht praeniic
Muhit-irei Citutct Act ItK. tie I in lhe
event ol receiving the atteni cl ihe tail
....    •,        .....
Itetilh day <f May Orel*'.**!>* t     -
lied i      .
i. Thlt By it* may I.
J    .   >• '   a   '-,   ■■ ' I ■
: ...
Crcjtt He.iell.   Bl
tilieetct' Ml       •    I •
heun ol fc »
GRAHAM ROSOMAII
"
CITY OF ENDERBY L A T £
Hal
cyon
BY-LAW No.88,
A Bylaw let permit the Culumhia
I'lourmtl Mill. Co,, l.iceiiic.1. It.
cunitrtict ana upcratc a tramway
in the Cily ul Enderby,
WHEREAS an appi il it In been
made by lhe Columbia Flouring Mills
Company, Limited, (cr permission lo
lay a tramway between the Kamlecps
Lumber Company's premises and the
premises ol the Columbia Flouring
Mills Co., crossing Clitl street al West
end ol Spallumcheen 3ivcr bridge,
ihence along ihe Lansdowne road parallel with the river, and acres* Mill at,
al ihe present main entrance ol the
FOR. CHUB.CH or WORK
V.Iimi * Reliable Cl ek is so cheap
WE HAVE I HAT KIND.   All styles
and prices.   Call and Inspect
t>   ^_.n--_._..  JEWEI EF
fo. F yman INDkbby
Agtnl lot Narlhcliuer and New Scale
Williams Pianos.
Don't Send
YOUp JOB PRINTING
Out of Town
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given lhat 30
days alter date we intend to apply to tho
Chlel Commissioner ol Lands and
Columbia  Flouring Mills Company's Works (or special licenses to cut and
premises', and carry away timber Irom iho lollowing
WHEREAS It Is conducive io the described It
Interests ol the Clly ol Enderby to do;    *,, Commencing at a post marked
everything lhat Is reasonable and pc: : : the wist bank ol the Spall-
ble to encourage and lacllltale » river cl ■■* to W, Cariwrights
Industries cl the aald Clly: .     •     i.piion line mnnlng east and
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED west; south-east corner post: thence
by the Corporation ol the Clly cl,,orlri |W) chains, west 40 chains, south
Enderby. In council assembled. »», |<o chains; east 40 chains io point ol
lolloweth: lencement.
I. That n*M be tawlul (or the,   2 c^,,,,^,^ ,, . m mmi
slid Corporalloii to enter Into an ggree-1..- K .. Un„d ^ (eur etalM „st
ment wnh the Columbia Faring M"lb 0, s^,^,,,,.,, ttv,r ,„„ tbim m
Co.. Limned, to the kllowmg ellect:   , ^^ ^ Wi Carlwriglifs pre-
111 That permltslon be, and is here- * empticn. south-east comer post; run-
by, granted lo the said Company mng ,1^ ,„, •„„•, 0( the river ItO
loconstnielg tramway as store- chains ncrth: weat 40 chaltu: scuih
uid and to maintain and operate leO chains; «*»l 40 ehtlns io point ol
same (org period el 5 lllvel|comm*nc«mMt.
•|«*rsliomthed*l*onwhlchlhu    3 Cemtneiiringil * noil marked
Bylaw sh.ll com. Into fcice.     ..- K .. „_ |h, ^ ^ ,, |h, 3^,,
t.t Thitlh* pilvlege h*r*^ eon ,mmm river, scuthretl eernerptsl.
raliheuldrjetcdtJIiwe mn. I^h< .r.,tmfllcn, xhmt „,.,„
bedeiermiMble by the givn«. ,,^ ^^^tOehiiMe. mtt 40
iiaiiytlme.rJoiieyeirarK.iice,^, KU(h |60 ch)||p.. ^ ^
by the Coipetiiioii; chaita to teini ef commencement,
tl'lhtt a re,-ital el 51,00 (One
Dcllarl per arntum shell b* Katnoot- Umua Co.. Ltd.
by th* Ccnreny to the Corper- i Dated 11 Endeiby. B. C. Ai *
atlon during the wktle ptriod In] 1906,
tttSS? "Mf\ttmmm\?:\tt !
■ 4- Thet »ld t«iii-W*Siilfbe can-? ww»»,6r • *P_e«tHtcen*ji to cut «t>_      - .      ..        _ ..
v i.liiiiilii.ui Uilli'gi'
I ihe Municipal ttaertm hndi
Cliutet Act, l«9b,and under,    |. Commencing at* pwi maiked
J, A Jthnttcn," on the wttt Ktttk cl
tiltieiiCilon  ol. Ihe Beard ol Turn-Turn river, ikul tnehiH nt le
W ti 1, sid shall bt rem ill mouth hence 60 chains west.
MKh a ii'-*Mter thlt il wit) t»-t w (harAniih fiOchamteati. ih*we
Itikrlere with ihe ordinary trallic SO chaint touth to point el commence-
tl the tiwl* in any wa
Hot Spiings S.,nitarlum
Nc« under the management ol
H*rkt   McIntosh,   Hollman House
Rossland
The Medical Waitra ol Haleyon ait ihe
moal cuitllvt in tht werldc A reileri
titluitl ttmtdy Icr all tleivoua tnd t-tjtcu-
:tt Dittat*- ' ,c ..... temach
Ai.tt.mtt. In hatha utvtr lall to cure
Rheumtiitm. An tbaolute guatimet |iv«n.
Tttma. $12 lo Jib ict irttl Per (urthtr
paiticultrt tpply lo
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow lat*  B. C.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Crcenhomct and Seed Kouttt
VANCOUVER  _ B.   C.
Headquarters lor "PACIFIC COAST
CROWN garden, llower and field
seeds. New crop now In. and on test
In cur greenhouses. Ask your merchant (cr ihem In sealed packages. II
he dees nol handle them we will mail
SO assorted Sc packages of vegetable
tnd (lower seeds (our own selection,
suitable ter B. C. gardens) hi $1.00.
. ,     ... ;i   .     :   . in I:..: :*-::
B. C. Crown Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
ntw ready (or Spring shipment    E itr*
wee suck tl J and 3 ;.- ■' .-,
it $20 per hundred. $160 per ICOO
Mtyntrd Hum. $1 etch. Italian
Prune, 2 yr.. line. $25 per 100: Sugar
Prime. 2 >r. ln.e. $30 per 100.
Ne etpante, tot* or dtlty tl lumigttion
er liiireettcn.   Let mt ynre your list Itleit
in [diet    Cietnhcuse Platctt.
.   ,,.■
•    .-       na . * lit*.
M J IIKNKY.
••-Irt tt 1.1.110 ..  Ro«*     Vereouvet
B.C
New  \V,.i..,.-.«. II L
IS' Thai all ce*u> tn connect
the enactm*m cl thu B
shall be paid by the Company
2, Thai thu By-lav. btl»rt lhe imt!
filling therecl hill be tubmilM Is
lh* elector* ol the City il E; '
Iht matuKf ratetcribted by iht r •
ti lh" Municlptl Cla
tnd Iti the eveiit tl re■■•
Ol Ihe Ml i Hlei-r.arj. thtll -■
lore* on the tevtnteeMh ia.
Anno Domini Om II
Hundted a t Sli
3. Thit Bylaw mar I
putpsse* ta The Cthtmbtt Fkunrg
Mill: Apntm-M By.law.
.'nenring tt * pott milked
"J A JihiKitti," mi » creek turning
into Turn Turn Hirer, tbout 7 mile*
and and tbsut 6 mites
19 the creek   40ehllits toulhwett.
.....
40 chittn mtlhettl;  Ihence   ItO
•    :       *    ■-■-!■.-,•«•■••. e.r.1
.-•■-;    '      -•*   '
"J A Johntlen, on a er*»k nmrwg
■
<il 7 mile* Irom Hr
.    •      •     rtta'M  '  -    .
*    hum r <*»e -ii    '• *
- .    ■
4. Cemmentirg tt a pctl
h».   A     II -..JPB»*U
M
Retidentiil School tor Ltdlet tnd
• -
Pieparttory, High School. Culegiaie.
and Untvenity work.
In the it«_ir course intiruciiMi 11
given in the advanced public achocl,
high school. Collegiate ind untvenity
ihe tpKttl courses include
the vectl. mttrumetttil tod techniqut
in inu;i- In Art! Sketrhtng. Oil
Ptlnttngind Pyr ,' ,i A 1,'
ttcal Cullute»
Spring term 1 ■.
Nit,* ie  lent tnd
£j Itr
ladles' College   '
yotmgmt
...   Send   Ict
Tike nonce that Ihe tbev* u a inr
cepy si th* ;• : ••: By la* J, A, Johraton
"
bt Uktn it the Court ll*tute, Endetby., about 7 mil« htm II
on Tuetdiy, lh* lilieenth day ol Mty. mile* up the citek, ih*nce 4t
190b. between lhe hour* cl B1 nt 111 ■- nth wt I
4p. m 1     •-     - •" -a •    •*
GRAHAM ROSOMAN
Cleik lo the Muticittl C.uncil'
Dated. May tlh.lttt,
For Sale!
00 vtinr
NOTICE.
MttOLUTNN or PABTNIKaHIP
A S'f . ' III /I n
means a hr>allhy mind
and good Art—and
good tvork menr ..
vjtticemenl To have
a Itl •,: • llllullon
cne mir.t havtj the best
meatJ. and .hat's <la"
• '   - ■
..■-,-'•
a . t ...,«i!'\'.
v.." -;   .
U'-*'~". '■-'.,
a.-.--. '„.■'■. -       ■•
ie.-.M«,*.. *   -    e »*.-». .-ca
Scientific Hmerican.
t«.   t M.ea.t
in« .st
C"«.ee it'
. .   |eb«
e|a';i'.;        .      ,
.
MUHNSCo»"^— Hew Yoiii
■-■- •-. ,.«!» «a * *•. »••>*«■ - I- ■
'
, DU will 'Ahi at th-
•
. ■ brick bl Cl      Al*a-.s
. 'rfsh. ;uicy and In
• w. T. i" lence. at the Qi
Ghi. R. Shar[w
1   .
1 ,          len   ite 1   ■•;-..
Seed Potatoes for
.Sal,-.
•
|                                   b.   »• «-.
■ it -
i       -      -
1
Get the Credit
1 Biilter and have
Printed Butter Paper
Prl ti mdQu '^'i ni ,,	
and Ink? ME PROGRESS. ENDERBY. B.C., MAY 4. 1906
Combine Pleasure ®> Profit
Obtaining TOOLS loi   iarden or Farm
At A. FULTON'S
BASEBALL.
r
A large
ling o
in Ihi
, I runlng Shear.-:,
g, Lawn M vei
i    '■'■ imblng, Furna Ing    V  i   in
■    risk    OUR WORK GUARANTEED
Are you intending to sell     \
this Year
7
IF SO-
List
Your     Town ',1
lATjfh
WU
II. I'. I.KK
 E  lei ■ : .    .      ib, and lot
lhe discussion ol other baseball  mat
ill*    I 11 w ng   officers    were
■ '
lent,   l<    i eel.   Secretary-
■• ft M Kel   Captain   A E
Taylor and W. Gardner.
I pi riding •   rn
miber  11 layers  c uld be en \
listed to lorm two lean   this year. It
being argued lhat by thus having twi
teams, more interest w.uldbt taken
In the game provide h	
ellicient practice.
lee was llxed al cne dollar, and ll waa
lelt to Ihe captains to find cut how
many mi I ■ able lo play the
Ihi* season,
SPUING.
.■   ■    ■
beautiful, and ihe green |
lhe Union Restaurant
LIFF   STREET,    ENDERBY__0t_l
KLY TICKETS, $5.00.       BY THE MONTH. $20.
BAKERY
In connection with lh* Kaslaiuani a llrat-clatl Bakery is established Irom which can alvays be obiained Ihe cholcttl (rom
ihe oven.   Alwayi lr«sh.
A nice Imi tt Coniecllonery Is carried In suck Fresh
fruit In season.   Don't bake bread when busy, TRY OURS.
r
I
Everything Strictly
First-class
J. McQUEEN, Proprietor. Enderby.
■Miwvw «'ii» a.———
J
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY
TOWN (tb vISTRJCT
. NOTES.
tieih delayed
"505" break.
" Ote. Ortnttb]
'   '
" >*as aiiewmi i
•■     '     .
-    ■
■    ■
r I
.   -     tnhi
'•      veal lumber-
■
Iht lumber
ll
: .
,
The Chief
III
'
i or tl
ejmentillon. Sun
II be Ihe
'    '      -
.
.      •       •
-
■    ■   .   .
. •   ■
I the loot
•-.■•■
■ ■ •
■ •     ,
kt
'
■■
.'    ' . '        ...ee. '
we mortals lo a greater or less extent
exhilarating   influence   of
■
!.,!:,:'.'", .
ii planting Im -   •
The lm iti -     their lull
■
ihards*," A num
ber cl young orchards are bfoucmiitg lor
rat I        ind In a year or Iwo the
: irom EttJerby
nidred per cent,
.    .t (master,
A'. Weller in the Kamloops j
let with an awlul death on
Friday night at 7 o'clock, when a light!
tnd at "
11
■
-   a light engine which was;
.
Kiiscked i
dswn and crushed beneath lh-
a tew minutea alter i
iiii. but never lost concMut-
liictor F Slrtnget   a i
■aid,   in
cut in I. .    ind then patted'
: r. Burrls and Archibald were,
on the gr und within live minute* ol
il the yardmaater had,
already breathed his last    The de-i
nne from Vancouver a weet
had been in the employ tf ihe
■ tiro year*.    Alexander
DeUye. who it a braketmgn on the
bit Vanccuv-e
■i a
'    '.' ,     '     ■
tilarlytad lealure ol
lhat ihe unfottuiiale
."led lot'
.
" .
gel
'■■ ;   aid
.
.    . ■
-■
.
Will be ; Mi that
■
..-point*. |
cited the
ling
•    I,    rlptm
I district    irhlCh the
Aylmer Btt Force Pum_>
npdoubt*ihtamauni.'* vattt -power
"iet.  lu e-spaetiy tl Na. i, ION. Na. J. IW. Na. 4.
p*i ht'ar.
tl ye a want iSt bttt iMi-eeniuiy. up let-date puittp ill the
ttiiAYlMER.   Civ* It ■ mat. II never
. ra it a .-hsuce.  Wt want ta nay luithtt li yeu etdei
' ibtae p*ttnps ysu ean teat ll befete payn a'
itnov* It ai our own tapan**.   Wt hav*
i pnposiuea ler yon and n«v*r had • pump cem*
J. Johnson "TglS.B c
-AGENT	
Just R
eceive<
A CARLOAD OF
.SWEDISHJLACO OATS
These Oats were imparted by us on account of their very
Superior Yielding Qualities
Farmers requiring Seed should lake advantage ol this opportunity to gel a really choice article.
IS* CoMibh Flouring Mills Co., Lid. Enderfcy.
City of Enderby. Strawkerry Plants
■
■ ■ .
■   ■ - ■  ■
Voting on the PutpowJ By-It-*'.,
PubH '       .    ii to Ihe
Electors ol Ihe Municipality of Ihe Cily
ol Endeiby that I requite the presence
ol ihe said Elector* at the Court Home,
mi Tuesday. Ihe 15th. day ol
May l«Ct>, between thc hcuti ef 8a.nl,
and A p m . lot Ihe purpose ol record
.■ "   • eelher lo conllrm or lo
etlain proposed  By-laws, lo
I, A By-law tulhorlting the Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Limited.
" . l and literate a trtm
In the Clly ol Endeiby; and
it .untuning thetcquial-
by the Cotporttlon ol the
City oi Enderby. oi land to be
i oi t rtcrei
lion ground.
• •  beinga
. •
".   . 'hin the
; „!ily is entitled to i
■1 in which he M tht may bei
Civil under my hand this -Ith day
•     "M.
GRAHAM ROSOMAN.
Reluming Ollicer.
H. l.-gan  ll  assisting behind Ihe
counter ol lhe Endtrby Trading Com-
■ n
IrtC   Jontj  -.      .•.".  luting
•:     ii. ..ii ■ lu thing
.. .).„    .... I„   .   >. ..
mm uMa.ll    -    .■,-'.'
plant* lor Salt
'.    I'l  :
i R •  Biad
arm
tor Sale
160 acres tf ch.ice land in Salmon
Aim Valley. Two good hemei. tin?
outbuildings. Will tell in black ar
luaniiiies to nil customers Tetttu
easy. Apply on premises to
JNO. W. ARMSTRONG.
Sainton Arm. B. C
For Sale
Home. Stable and Two Lot* t.t
Sal*, cheap   Situated In heat part ol
City. Apply, the ollice rf lhe .
M J. F Dale. Endeiby, i'   1
House for Sale
House and iwc let* situated on Main
street lor sale. Apoly lo A Richsrd
sen. Summerland, B C
City    Barber   Shop
Hair Culling - 39
Hair Cut ana Shavt
Sh e.   .'
M.M.WKMor SI
H. N. Heiidrlcks:n. Be'   *■
I gave I
T. K Smith, proprietor ot Iht Aim
'•   .■ Mwmlll, accompanied by Mrs
;.       Ihtrtb) Smith, drove up -n Simla.,  bit,tnd
,  ,•...,„     ..,  :.,„      H„,reng;haddiimer at ihe King Edntl
•   Mtrgtrtl   '.'   hllrt   .  "■      Rl■-■ :     Campbell pissed Ihtcugh
tried it Si    , Arm, n M    ■-■   n M itdtj        tay ta aittnd Sj
lh., by Rev J A '.'•' j which metis in Vancouver ih:  Wtk

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