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Array The Enderby Progress
and   NORTHERN  OKANAGAN HERALD OCT 271906   >
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
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Volume 3.   Number 23 ENDERBY. B. C. OCTOBER 26. 1906 * P*rETtl.50 a Ywr
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ENDERBY
Beg to Inform   the   Public that they have opened  a   NEW   SHOWROOM
Devoted Entirely to The Requirements
of  LADIES   and  CHILDREN .   .   .
It is obviously impossible to detail all the various lines carried in stock, but Ladies may
confidently rely upon finding for their inspection everything they can possibly require
FOR     THEIR     OWN     OR     THEIR     CHILDREN'S     WEAR
At Eastern Prices
Silk and Lace Waists
For Evening  Wear
Silk and Cloth Dresses
MILLINERY
The   Pick   o!   the   Eastern   and   European   Markets.
Fowne's Gloves, French Kid Gloves,
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery and Underwear in all
Qualities and all Prices
Sun-Plaited Skirts In Silk ind Sicilian (or Evening Wear, and Full Line ol Stamped Linens (or Fancy Work
and Lithographic Cushion Tops   We make a Specialty ol Corticelll Silks, both in Sewing and'Embrsldery. '/Hr
ENDEkHY. B.C., OCTOBER 26. 1906
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tj best" ile-ilul,
■ .isilw lOlat aimlvet
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British Kite; etc the i n I'.am
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(oi     leit 'Dinv"'»nd - •
fatttoua ... :   ,. .  I  aspects III
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A nti.t ive kl ked like
blaiea b- * ■ output in out
bulky as
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usual pungent ill have been
vet   tin - a little
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SOME SPLENDID BARGAINS IN
GentsFurnishings
FOR A SHORT TIME we are offering some cheap
snaps in several lines of Gent's Furnishings. Come and
see ihem for yourself. You -.vill then most assuredly say
that ihey are lhe bargains of the season.
Bl Let us ft: you out with a good suit ol clothes and an
overcoat We have lhe latest fall and winter styles of
one of the leading Canadian brands.
We have everything clean and fresh In the grocery line.
GIVE US A CALL
Metcalfe &   yy heeler
W,- hav
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Farm Loans
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Where Canada Leads,
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2-Seated Surrey
01 latest design.   It is an elegant and comfortable riding rig.
and just the thing In which lo drive a friend around the district
MATTHEW*: & EVANS ENDERBY
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Bank of Montreal
Capital, ell peM up. M • i.v.hv
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III AD  OFFICE.   MONTREAL
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MVILMOKI    •    B.C.
a LO.L.No.446
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il, ihe greatest
• cultural paper   n the
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enable.
■ • pit, "A Tug tl War,".
■ ■     it mere than Ih* year j,
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.4 Sltalhcenaaticl Mount Renl C. C. M. C.
I M.A.I e.itewf,t ed t.. C. M 0,
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A General Daaking   ttttrcts tramsded
II all Ket.it IS the United  Staue. Etittfe aad   ueela
e a- c at.4 Dawecn City.
Savbra Banli D^rt—•■ slw^ss
via v i«a^«   •""■" ■.•..•,   nd at eerteal ralea
.-_,.  ■■   '     eaf-f-^p   Willie.aw«H on «tnu«d olikoet
AtAay.   Hatt-ltet'anl Cave.ty 0ual
a*sa <tvee spec , ... Met -.'       ', ,'t I * ireoetva
. SpeeulalH        . .etc ta ibe bandl'tic <>t Mun e i • •
elhei MtMuiea.
OKANACAN      OISTSICT
0 X MiiMMti^. Matintei. Veiosn
EtOERBY ARMSTRONG KELOWNA
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MOWAT 9b BRINDLE
1*1,1.1  BLOCK. ENDERBY. B. C.
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining nnd Ceneral Lend Agent*
PROMPT AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
TO   US
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TOWN (tb DISTRICT
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The City Clerk will aoonpui ihe
tta in the pat.   Taxes vill be
payable at ihe city ollice on November
i paid btrtare November ISth.
■    '    I one "sintli will be allowed.
Two earthquake shocks wete lelt in
Portland. Otegan. on Saturday. Extensive damage is belie led ts have
been done it the foutnUtion ol a new
course ol eoitalnictlon
lh"t«
.*   ''alfic on
the line, the amount of Ireighl. both
coming and going and shipped out Is
very h««vy    On one eiay alone, Ihia
week, live cats ol wheat        '
I and dose on 10.000 pounds ol way
lieighl was received, and two cars ol
I! in and 111      <■     I lumber were
shipped out.
II advertising doesn't pay why do thee
I ihu
I I dollii   every
year  In  idvetl     ,: I    Why are  Ihe
i. -,-. a. I       md I •    ■      ii .'ueies
of money ih- te A. successful men Ini
miry)   .'.'hy at., tie- latgeal]
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rare tl    lieavlt ll a-i»ert;je*s ml
my and c j beat known I
. itai e merchanta?   ft.%      1
U. S. In for Trouble.
A strong Ami American tceling lias
been aroused In the Japanese breast
by several events which have maiked
the United Stales' policy lately towards
Japan, chlel among which are: The
Ameilcan Droteat against the Japanese
pi 'gramme In Manchuria, the killing
ol Japanese sealers, the murder ol the
Japanese bank president in San Francisco, the Hawaiian etdusicn policy,
Ihe public attacks upon ftd O'Mert
and Congtessinan Kahn's scheme, all
*:. have occurred within
W* Itnded to develop
the unfriendly feeling, but the caeluMcit
.,! )>; anttse children Ircm the public
schools ol California oils Ihe J I
a child laving nation, lo the qu
repudiation of the anil'Jt| i
sentiment In the United Stales, by Ihe
gcvetnmenl >.! that COUntiy :.-. M
lo avri i ctti ipan that would
result In Ihe dtttlueilMI c! lha lucidly
political, fi.vtar.clal and Commercial
" between   lhe ll     I unities.
i recent rein     I the auihoritli
lallfoi   11     ■ .,.,'»       h'.'dtcn
Is attend the public schools is latg-ly
responsible. THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY. B.C.. OCTOBER 26   1906
Murder at Carmi.
Sunday nighl lasl, al Carmi, a mining camp on lha Wesl Kork ol Kettle
River, thirty-live miles east of Pentlcton, iwo men, named Godereau and
Cello, are dead and a third, by the.
name ol Smith Is wounded In Ihe
shoulder, ilicu^h nol lately, Tim
murderer IMI James A. Dale and he
did his wcrk with a rifle, The following Is the steary of the crime: Peter
Godereau and Joseph Colic went up
It nt l-'-cv rji'll t Cat ii: i:: Sum! y
night, going lo Dale's boarding house
for supper. Smith was also Ihere.
During the course ol the meal a quarrel
arose between Dale and Ihe Iwo Frenchmen, Godereau and Cello, ll was not
considered a serious quarrel and no
such ending was anticipated Ale
supper Godereau and Cells, accompanied by Smith, wenl to the former's
cabin lo spend the evening. They
had nol been Ihere long before a rifle
crashed Ihrough the window, lodging In
Smith's shoulder. Two more shots
were fired and the other occupants cl
the cabin were stricken. Godereau
received a wound In Ihe neck while
Celle was shot In Ihe breast just below
Ihe hearl, Both men died almost
instantly. Smith remained conscious
and was able to walk oul ol the cabin
and across lo the post ollice, where he
Informed some men gathered Ihere, of
whal had happened. Dale, meanwhile,
went into Ihe cabin and viewed hla
bloody work. He then started for the
post office, firing as he went, one of
the bullets entering by way ol the
window but without doing any damage.
By this time the men had secured
arms and went out to secure Dale, but
he took refuge In an emply cabin near'
by and from his secure post kept his
would-be eapturers al bay. The man
seemed craiy lor blood and stood ready
lo shoot on tight. The night was
pitchy duk and the men were alraid io
surround the cabin and bring Ihe man
to terms lest they ihould shoot each
olher and add still more Uvea lo Ihe
list. For some time ihey managed to
keep hltn In Ihe cabin awaiting day'
light to come to their aid. but about
I a.m. he gave them the slip and
escaped lo the hills. However, the
muiderer was tracked lo Grand Forks
one hundred miles away, where he wu
arretted Wednesday. Godereau, who
waa an old country Fren.-hman. ts said
lo have ranched near Kelowna same
years ago.
New Coal-;ietds In England.
During the last week a discovery
hu been made near Dover, which It
an event ol the moal importance lo
lhe district since lhe Norman conquest.
Rich seams ol coal have been lound
seven utiles Irom Dover, and il all that
It uid In praise it lullilled, Kent will
in a few years' lime develop into another Lancashire. The coal Held is
Claimed to be the largest virgin cne In
Ihe United Kingdom, and the value cl
the coal li placed ai anywhere over
$1,000,000,000 sterling. The area tf
lhe Held is estimated to be one hundred square miles. Borings were
tlatlcd al the end ol 1904. and the
loreman wu almost giving up work in
despair when he came upon traces ol
coal. When the coie wu taken oul
he found a scum on the water lhal
came from the cylinder which was Ihe
typical scum formed by ccal. Then
thtee leinarkaNe teams were lound.
the lint a twenty-inch seam with twa
feet four inches of fire clay, the second
three leet lour inches, with tour leal A
lire clay, and lhe third four feel sis
inches wilh lillle lire clay Analysis]
showed II to be a srlendid household
•seal
Advices from Indo-China ttale that:
the King of Annan killed one ol hit
wives, eauttd lhe body to be cooked
and served up for dinner. Further
cannibal atrocities have been cited.
The town oil -a
. hes as a result af the race
hatred betwe-n Ihe whiles and     ,
The lown was fired by Ihe black men
' • " .ergs.
Exhibiting B. C. Fruit.
During November and December
Iruli from this province will be exhibit
al opposite ends ol the world New
Zealand and London, England. Two
hundred and len commercial size
boxes, averaging forty pounds ol Irult
each, will be shipped lo Chrislchurch,
New Zealand, lo be placed on exhibition In the Exposition which opens
there on November 1st. There are
abo ei twenty varieties. Including Jonathans, Spllzenbutgs, Kings. Bald
wins ar.d Van der Ve rs. Many
localities have been drawn upon tc
provide lite Iruli, Including Ihe Okanagan and other apple districts. The
collection which will be sent to London
Is being taken In charge by ft. M.
Palmer. This was assembled on the
2iih Inst., at Sicamous. loaded on a
special car and shipped across the
continent attached lo an express train,
to connect wnh the R.M.S. Emaresi
ol Ireland at Quebec on Saturday,
2nd. This Iruli will be exhibited al
all lhe leading centres throughout the
various provincial districts.
Be-inning of The End.
The cause ol Socialism, latl week
stillered one cf the severest defeats It
has so far sustained in any country In
the world, says a London, England,1
cable ot October 9th.   The determlna-'
lion tf lhe Scottish Liberal members,
ol Parliament lo oprose strenuously all
parliamentary candidates who refuse
to disassociate themselves Irom the
Socialists marks the starling point ol
Ihe jpen war long predicted, but s-ar.-e
ly expected to begin so toon,
sounds the death knell ol the party
divisions which  have been so long,
famous at catchwords In English poll-1
tics.   Belore many years   so it looks
now - Liberal and Conservatives will
become terms ol merely historic interest and government! will come and go
on socialistic or inn.socialistic pro-
grammes.   The Liberal parti can no
longer pretend to disguise the fact that
theSoclalUt-Laborltet can never be'
part cflhe Lib.ral parly.   This (Set.
which, from the outset wat patent It
an unbiased observer, n.w has been
acknowledged by an Impariant
of   the   Liberal   crganltalian.   The
Scottish Association, boldly sweeping;
ulde  tuierfuge   and   equivocation, i
patted a resolution to the effect thai
"it it the pilmary duty ol the Liberal
party lo pretent strenuous opposition to]
all candidates who are not prepared to]
disassociate themtevetfroin the Social-,
tit party, the avowed object of which
is the complete destruction ol thtael
principles ol individual liberty for which
Liberalism hu always contended,"
K®of-£ftdy
Kootenay Steel Range
Burn a!l kinds offasl
wS
TbtW-tP'
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.*•«&. London* Tbra..ta
Vancouvtr«SheJohn Nj,
Elf ill! «Eill
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Gr«enhou.ti and St.d rfoutct
VANCOUVER b.   C
DEE SUPPLIES
Bedding Out Plants
Home Crown Stock
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in early to secure prompt delh
Fieneh, Holland and Japan bulbs
will be ready for September shipments
Catalogues free.
M J HENRY.
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Contains   nil   the    NUTRIMENT   In   V. I   .
Fer Sale by all Gmcers
TEe Colombia Fhuin; M.!!» Co., Ld.» Ekdkrby
Ti-um Mam*
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eftje la. •. It.*. MtMfM • ' «<«•   i-   1   e
Scientific American.
4 KfthU mtkf mmttmrt •**»•»    leu-Hi -Mt
. -al.    -    ■ .   • ■    . i.ftl     \*a    t I   .
t*tl    I   ale,       '1.1  |1    * ■ ■) '«>* ! »e»»*»  r'ft
MUNN4Co«"      B.„
MM** ••*<*. *>\% t W.-rtftel't*..*  tl (
Fruit Trees
Home Grown Nonary Trees
Apples, Plums and Prunes
(or sale (or spring plaining
For varieties and p:lces apply
10 MhlLgT.
Cc'-Ulre.-m ► line Co., Lid.
V. RfeeOfl        .        P. C.
Lorta
$30 Reward
Syr.Ofcth al
fanaClan I en.ilaed P.telttloM,
Shoot!n<$ Notice.
A. J. LAPWORTH
undertakes
S'ONWRITIHC.
* etHANCING
DECOKAtINC
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Foul Weeding I c„it.
:•■   ,-"   -l ><•   :»s !. ;;,*.   '
five   more  or leu merely I
Caledonia, Om, at the outcome
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fi > 180, A     -
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Bndi
Bather   Shof.
E Pi.ACK FOR
IE CLt-AM
ghly EnallA Cotllcfy Chttirr
'• •'     An eolation occurred in the Win-
01 * gale colliery, near Durham. England,
least held ai the home of Mr ani Un. „ ,bs_, ni|dn,Eht. cn October 14th.
lle.lr Foster, to celebrate Ihelrtilver .ejulling In tome MO men being *n-
wedding.  Among the dlthei   tm . ^    U(,r  fmn% M,r 1hj|
were chickens dressed wilh -gelatine nenty-ieven b.dies have beet, ■
and boiled in cspper pott.   01 the mi tni m,w „ ,h, ,nlMn .^^i
ninety guests, eighly-five were taken „,,,, BMIi« ....    „ .
ill. and the live who did nol eat chick
en. have nol laken tick.
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Spokane Y. M. C. A. wai murdered ,„„ jut/ |n |h, ,.,,„., )(le s„!4 t.      •   . J
latl week. by. II fs tafd. a man who Ohio vs. Standard Oil . .
holds great enmity towards the wotk tf i„,Bwi,v.-t .
ft.  Hutchinson, secretary ol the     At|ef ir!(b.r„IB. .       ,.
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Hal
cyon
that eacellent institution.
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The Cft.ft. sleamer. Prlice.1 Vic- of the Valentine
toria, which wenl on Ihe rocks t    -
j Victoria last week, wat ..uccsiMly
floated end decked.   Upon eaatnina-
tlon. a hele wat lound in hat
Ihree leet li dean eier     Those on
beard had a narrow escape lie.,;
tng.
ft At did absut S3W A>"  .
trigin be Ing '   be Incet,
Ig Ihe IhoenU city hall cn  Ihu
AA week
iht
Allan' Ic Liner u■■.,-.     a
Tl- I.":*.,. Wh     ' '      '     .
York tutr!»r ',n Saturdaj
the Minnrhaha. al*) •
lha  M red   na injury,
evideiilly
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'Li 'ini at :henew
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icy and -utvier
Vji'fl.
\. Sharpe
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"The Progress"
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Bargains in Farm Property
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Rich, Delicious, Pure
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CLI'ANLY  MANUFACTURED
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CEYLON   TEA
I  IS PACKED  IN  SEALED LEAD PACKAGES lo  Preserve Hi   Gnodnttl,
BLACK MIXED GREEN
AT    YOUR.    CKOCERS
j -j -:-.-s a -rairr.- -.-i_t_._.-j-_ c~.
(j coscnoo ,
| Thb is lie Place to Come to >
I Cable Chains!
Realization lsBeftertlian Anticipation
When you realize lhal the town is on Ihe move, ll Is
belter lh tn living In hope,   Join the busy multitude.  In-
j vest  In properly while It Is cheap.   The Gate ol the
'alley should take the lead.
M The Bell Property Is going.
Cull snd see us
KP.BY &. KIRBY, Enderby 9b Armstrong
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hi .nit sue!
and buy your Harness before
Ome    K« Raise.
Stumping and Logging Supplies     -*■-—■ ---'-—J. \\. IA ANS,	
\V  „ ike .i Sped ihy of j MOVMTC
Pi&ures.
Rcpairinu a Srcculiy
ENDERBY
sac- r_-^y
j. h, McVeigh
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STOP   AT.
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| THe KING EDWARD HOTEL
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nt-Ll. "Be MURPHY      •      Prep. If tort
Wna..J   £•    (S.ai.-il.-
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• 'Frisco
■"iro ar._ CofLhv|uake   md
lien tm. Jcpnnoso War
Oranrfe Hall,
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WE HOLD A SALE
EVERY    DAY!!
Oi S: ve?. Tin an I.Gr«nlte*are—all oi the latest designs
—H ii n Pipe. Fittings.  Sinks, and all Kinds
of Plumbi- -
r FOR PLUMBING. ROOFING.
EAVETROUGHING and HEATING call on us for Estimates.   .
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.ruitonpiu^ingShop    i
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tm wa_r_n__irit__ii _»nm_|»^_i»wlliwi    i   ,«y
Guaranteed
Rubber   Goods
V/e have just re. i     Ihe United Slates a line
supply ol Giodyear's Rubber Goods, without doubt, lhe
 'iiable rubber goods manufactured any.:
rid    They are so reliable that we never:
•    ■    -limen-l them.   Rlghl n ll  hance io tuy
Bulb Syringes, Fountain Syringes, Hot Water Bags, Breast Pumps,
Rul'her Glove, Rubber Nipples
IE* Enderby Drug & Stationery Co., Ltd.
Cli:   Street  PO. Box 77
-.-aveim.mm
Renew for lhe Progress

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