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Array The EnderW P
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and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
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With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3.    Numbek <l
NDERBY. B. C., JUNE 8 1906
PmCB, SI 50 a Year
Hot Weather
Goods   .   .
Biscuits, Canned Meats,
and Vegetables
Jams, Jellies and
Summer   Drinks,   Etc.
WE   CAN SUPPLY ALL
OF YOUR WANTS
A gang J ..ixteen man came in on
Thursday's train. They have? been
engaged by the Kamloops Lumber Co.
AT THI POLICE COUBT.
COUNCIL MEETING
On Saturday lasl J. Dickie and J.     nt C|(y „„„,.„ held |he|r „,„_,
Mr   and  Mrs.  T   G   Bell ol the MCl"IV"' we" summoned ,0 *W»* weekly meeting on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs.  T. 0.  Bell, ol lhe Mart) Jus(|c„ Bar|)M m(J Qe|| upo|) mmmmimm^
King Edward Motel, visited Armstrong ,h, cha,ge o( working a hoise'while'In
Irlenda on Sundiy. ,„ _-,„ con.,,tolli ,lld 0( oiherwlse Ill-
Mrs, F. H. Male leaves by today's treating same,
The greater portion oi the meeting
was taken up by discussion ol lhe pro
posed amendment to Ihe trades license
Mr. \»r\ P. Gooch by)aw lmroduced _,, we,k bv A|d„
train on a visit to Iriends In Alberta.     delended J Mclntvre  whose case It "'    ,'..*".l7"
uoieiiutu  j. mum/re, wnose  e.ase n man WorlhiiiRtoii. and which was pub-
A large number ol pupils Irom Arm- was decided lo hear llrsl.   From the |,sn(,d ,„ ,|,Me co|umn3
strong and district schools came up on' evidence ol Mrs. 0.  Rosoman. Mrs. n„t wer() ,„,„„ dlverf,sm e»pres.
Thuisdavalternoon's train to write lor, Stevenson and Mrs. Arland. il appeared sions 0, op|nlon    mwnm Bar„M
Ihe   entrance   examinations,   which lhal the horse balked near Arland's a|.d Q,tiU) cou|j no, ,M ,(_, ,,,y
commence here to-day. * Friday, i       ; corner, and lhal  Dickie thrashed it ,„.„,, caM accru, Um lho |n„rlton
Mr. Stoess, C. E„ ol Vancouver. Is *>>** slicks and pieces ol lence rails. „, „m amendment.   Therelore  Ihey
making a short visit In Endsrby. the iht othtr delendenl sitting in the buggy couW no, ,Mlll8 „_,„, amagonUIng
guest ol Dr. and Mrs. R. I.  Bentley.   ; holding lhe lines and using lhe whip. fM^t (w mhm
The Fire Brigade Band, ol Vernon.,Th'' **>*****•* i[>9Vti ,h;» ,his bMllnH Aid.  Worihlnglon said lhal ihere
is arranging lor a big day on July 2nd. A;™*****9* 'or '""'Hive ****<****93* <" ** was no bias, spleen nor personal ani-
which will be celebrated th:. year as]''0-"'   M'' Molaljira claimed II was |I)0J,.y i„ ihe reason lor Us Introduc-
Dominion Day, seeing lhat the First ***** ,boul ,en '"'"Ulcs- Hon.   _lquor licenses were on I dll-
(alls on t Sunday this yetr.   Tht local     Thehotse was produced and was |crem plane io all oihers.   They lllq-
examlnedbythe Courl and identilted qllor licenses'were only granted lot I
by  Ihe  witnesses.    Titos.  G.  Bell. ^^ o( ,,„ „mxia_ ,„d ,,,,„ „„„„,
called as a wltnsss lor tht defence. Was in ihe hands ol the people.   Aa it
stated that he hid often worked hcrses ,$ no„ ,hey „, ,„,wed 1|w um, M
t
baseball players will go io Vernon on
lhat day tnd pity a game.
A. Fulton has secured Ihe contncl
lor lhe plumbing and heating work ol
the new house being erect-1 by A. L
K:rtune.
Armstrong is advertising a big day
ol sports lor Dominion Day. July Snd.
and cordially invltt all Ir mi thia district
met w i ■•     ni I; il limn tin.   n-
other trades licenses.   The aldermtn
to be present andI enjoy Ihtgood bill j ,h« he wWinctpibTe'of Inillcllng need"
Justice Barnes, In summing up the wUhed |0 ,M application made lor re-
case, considered lhat the evidence was t|9„a| t0 ,n, |,eenM „mmm|0nera.
Insuilicient to lustily a conviction; he     A  mollon- movwj  by Aldermen
had known the delendtnt lor a (miIchI ^ Bra_|oy an_ Bamea that tha question
ol twenty-eight yeara. and wts sum „ „..j0»,,tor two weeks htviitgoeen
HARVEY 9b DOBSON f
aaaaaa|aaaBaa_aaaaaa__aHaaaB_aaaaa_____B_a___a__^
ollart. The progritmnt "ill consist
ol lacrosse, baseball and i.Hjtbail games,
firemen's sports and athletic events.
A notable leature oi the programme Is
thai special events will bt arranged so
Announcement
The the Residents ol Endetby and District:
We bog io ittnMince tint tht drug and stationery business
lately carried on under tht nsino ol D. Nairn It Co.. hat been taken
over by Iht Endtrby Drug k Stationery Co,. Limited The buti
nets will bt conducted on tht time up-to-dtlt lints as heretofore,
and a continuance ol tht patrantgt accorded tht old lirm ia solicited
by the ntw proprietors,
Mr. F. Bruce Shiver. Phm. B. will arrive en June IS Irs:*.
Victoria, to ukt charge ol lhe drug and dispensing deptrttfti*
A complete ttock ol til lints ol Stationery will always be kept.
There have alto been added Kodaks and Kodak supplies and
Sheet Music. We have been Induced lo carry thtit goods in stock
by reason ol tht increasing dtmtttd and enquiry lor auch goods.
Yours truly.
THE ENDERBY DRUG k STATIONERY CO.. LTD
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_, detested, the amendment passed it-
less or ticesslve suffering on any <mi readln|(
animal. The case wts accordingly The Mtyor reported progress on tht
dismissed. Junlce Bell concurring. .^IWW0,,_ iChem,. Mr. Atkinaoa.
In consequence ol the declsslot. ol the ho u|di ^.j ,,„„ 0V(,r lh, vhc!, d
tht, ,h. chtlditn ctn ta.tr in,, the ZVat^&L *mZ m "* *"* "*H '"* "" ""V
dty'a amm.   This   ts  Arms.ror*. J* 3, ' ■*   Mr   A*U,M"   h*d XM   ""
lllteenlh celebration ol this holiday. u**** ***** *** <xmt* «»** *****»
_   _ _. lender Irom his llrm lor all the work
B. Francis, auctioneer, alvettlies1   Cherries are nsw on the market. ,
,   „    ,       ,i „   - ,.. ,    ,„ L    ,, tn connec lan w h iht system it the
lhat he will oiler lor aile ihe enure The Csldstrettn ranch will be shipping
lieck, etc. ol tht dairy business carried ihem nest week.
on by Strickland k  .Vellman    Sat
8
neai week's meeling. tnd thtl I mtm-
_itr o' the llrm would be present in
Another big earthquake shxk waa „_,„ |0 Mptaln anvlhlt« lhal might
.• S-t'n-L-?* Thl-h ihe"^" *• ~ -*»■-*   " s» *™*X M
a thf.ving dairy outinass. ^^■^^^^^^^^^^i~i~i~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^^^^^
Mist B. Mtntcn innouneet that sht;
htt opened tn ollice Icr the practice
il stenography, and is prepared to un-
if-
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HEN IN ENDERBY
STOP   AT
Tm WHO EDWARD HOTEL
THE   LEADING   HOSTELRY   OP THE OKANAGAN VALLEY
Visitors to the northern part ol the Okanagan Vtltey. whether
llnd hunting, or tor pleasure and sport, ctn do no better than
mike thu house their headquarters. Table tnd Culslnt un
etcelled Bar replete wllh lineal winti, spirits, liqueurs, cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
ntl i *. Mtmniv
n opt MInvI
Mr have a
Wines & Spirits iirg(. aMctim«nt ci »nih« win
<t-
known brands to choose Irom.
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LOCAL  NOTES.
G. S. Mohr. ol H, ft Lee's real
estate ollice. al Armstrong, spent the
week end at his home near town
It Is reported lhat a a resident ot
the district hat complained lo Ihe
Provincial Pollct thlt some person cr
persons are annoying him by firing
shot:, through hit window al night.
The man is said to be afraid tor his
lately. No motive can be imagined
lor these uncomfortable attentions
)662 has been espended in road
work by the Board ol
Mr Alfred Sutcllllt. ol the    H  I
tlall ol the Columbia Flouring Mills
Co.. returned from Ihe Old C II II
Friday lasl. alter an absence     ■ •
months,  accompanied by  hu bride.
The happy c am 1- have secured I house
on Mill stieel. where they will lake up
ihttl •'ii-nieas smn as M
r"f>airs have b.en rAftA'A     lie *.«
lenl 1   Mr. and  Mrs.   SutCtWl    ,.'
hearty c^ngratulaiions, wilh best wishes
lor Iheir happiness and pnaptttty,
A   meeting  ol  Ihe 51    Andre-.- ,
Ladies'Aid will be held nWtd
13th, itl I Mi     'ggi
wa   : nt Irom the point whtrt the water will be
Arrowheid hu now  in tscellent "ken from Ihe creek to Ihe centre ol
j. ,•.,   ,.  '.■ lown, Is lour miles and that Ihe elevi-
derttke tntnhtn. in thit Hne    Mis.     Vemon hat decided lo hold a (all "on is 283 Ieel. a height which g.v« i
derttke anything in that line,   Mia                araalhesen'im.'itetotetsed most tumble pressure.   Mr. Atkinson
Mtntonhai had a number of years'1""'   mut-sinesemimsnieapitistd _4,h.,t„.i..hvdrtnHr-e.«,-t
.naerLnutnalenlolfice and war- »< t meeling ol the Okinigin Agrtcul- nWttl« thlt twelve hydrmu be erect-
experience in t legtl ollice. tnd guir-               *                 a      a ^     ^ 600 Ieel ol hose would reach
antets good ttrvlce.   Ltdiet ihould wrai society, held in vemsnonSslur- .„.„,.,„,..„_„
Uke the opportunity now prts.nt.ng ■*'***■   **9 d"«10" '" "«**» *** ******** ***™*-
itself ol being able to overtake their "« A L Pa,mt *<* I* Cook, and
back correspondence, tnd keep up-to- ,0' M»rl* C W "'"•• _ ******* ">, *** ******* <* 0m*****
aa._T aa... . i—       ,_j ..     u     r-   a   i             , ..      , Simmons, ol Vernon, i notorious Am-
date    Mil* Minton hu secured an     Mrs   0. R. Ltwrs tnd Mrs. J. Ic,n hsrM.lh,ri „„„. p^ p-iynn
ollice in the Bell Block, tnd her hours McMahon relumed on Thursday Irom was   mealed   south   ol   Pentlcton.
irt (ram 10 t.tn. to 5,30 p.m.            attending a »m*tntlon ol Valleyunlons Hiving stolen I ract-horat near Ver-
Mr   W.„. ac^mptnted by M,    ^j;;^- m^SPSKRtlSt
Wall, lell on Monday lor central Alber     ' lu-iU' ***** Wednesday of this
tl wherehe.»Mlol(i<*lf.trrjror>.rty v'"'k    ™amakn were mosl pro Htrry  Bray, son  ol Governmenl
tatara* In Ih. m. province.   Far."-* *<* CTI^W«* "* *• ***** ^ fChlZt^Z^SL
..amonUnprtvIc- to^s departure "»«« **** *>9*9 v***™**99 *<* <* STJZtoB C
Mr. Will hid beenhetd miller it the P»i help It all present.   There were '
Columb. Flouring Milk   He leaves ,h"""« <+t»* tmm. coming Oj .** ^__*«»1"» T*K
l^,ndh..nlhewoncd„.t«on.l-»'E"^v«'^*K^ lirfWhae L«7
ol the best millers thai ever made m9'**<****** ^"htand.   Theconven- .,__,__ ,„ ,,., „
ilnurm Britiih Cliimbia and under "«■ ****** *** Peachbnd nest year. * few f*arm Implemenls ire lell it
flour in brllisn Ueltimwi. ina unoer                                              / Ilirvey It Dobson't    II ycuwinliny
his direction Model's Besl md olher A" ,h« »*>''<>" ***** ** *** highest ,hlng ,„ |h, „_y ^ , Ha>|ng Machln.
brands hive ttltlned l degree oi es- '""is ol the enftlaimtienl tnd Cordul- «y. etc, you shou'ed tecure ll belart
cellence not surpassed by any Hour »> »hown them by the Kelowni ladies Ihey are all gone,
produced In Cinidt Thu reputation
It likely ta remain with the Company,
lor. Mr. J ft. Prlregle. who Is an old
servant ol the C littibis Hitting Mills,
who has taken Mr Walt'l
th equally good II ur maker
A well attended meelinggr-
mtmbera al the W, C T. U. on Sit-
urdav last    This meeling had been
. -■ '        ill/    lr'»e|l    hljllce-
1 he subject brotifch* I ,rih a n
Ml . . ll'.rd. I'ev. A.
ft. Miller, fttt ft V. Venabl-s. Mayor
Bell, and '•' rlum ani W ith
 ,:
their lulsttnct finaiicially. As I
. ■ it . ■ .,;■ uit racttvtd
the ladies have decided to catty out
lea a  I
ow looking around
ts a i    lh each, l wtrdi Hi"
enpeiu-   11 lltd II    ■ ■; ■ It
thai as man/ age. H WtU also pul down
Sole Agents
Fit-Reform Clothing
"AMi-.KICAN"'
Walk-Over Shoes
Once worn, always worn
B5TH Oft  l"HESE LINES AHK
illAI   CAN   BE   PROCURED
Enderby  Trading Company
THE STORE OF QUALITY F.NDERBY. B.C. JUNE 8. 1906
Tl 11-; PROGRESS
W. P. GOOCH       I
Banlater, .' II Itor, etc
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and Common.*'.
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STEN
The People's Store
A. P. & A. M.
you can r c;o wrong, unless you co
ELSEWHERE
T..ct   A .-i\„»rl •   A SPLENDID LINE ot BOYS' and
JUi.1 i-Virivcu. YOUTIIS'CLOT!
Prices Reasonable.
We have still a lew MEN'S SUITS Hi. '.In. It •*•-■ .
20 per cent discount lor cash.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, nice patterns   Also, good lines ol
PRINTS mar,   BOOTS and SHOES l..r all classta.
Call and see them.    No trouble to show ycu Ihe goods.
GROCERIES   Far daily needs and special feeds, lh.- grocerlc   wa
.  ,:! ta oi steady patrons.   Why sliotilclit t you be
one ol them >
KKESH FRUITS alveavs cn hand ki
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Metcalfe   ®>   Wheeler
C.O.F.Nt, 1050
Clean Stabl<
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Wc bfg to Infirm the
Public lhat all cur horses
have been lesled (or
Glanders. Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned out and
disinfected, ani Is as clean as the day it was built,
MATTHEWS _ EVANS ENDERBY
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Fuel... l.oeae. No, SO "
Knights of P^al ias
LO.LNo.446
Bank of Montreal
.   |.ei-i alt i-..... up. 114.000,000. H..t.. $10,000,00
tee,!...'..     I'c.elll    tht LOtt  ...eCCe!  .   > I," t.Vllll
HEAD  OFFICII.  MONTREAL
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sand Mewl R..yt! C. C. M. 0.
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Gel a New Fence
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A Ccnoral Banking   tt'tire.t Ironsodeti
Dials?» dn United Stawt. Beits* ttiJ Canada,
Dawm City.
Savings Bai\k Dt»artmeM
tniiitma   «»»•■••»  . ae cutlet tutt
■ i  ai   I I' i    IMtaii   Will* "*t ajtwant Kilhout
Aria IC cinity Be*
ratti (iven tete ilatmti
,   ■■-.   ■ -   - a .-        (ten the ha M . I
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OKANAGAN     D I S T l>. I C T
.   *  lte.r#eM«. Mai.a<«t V •
EMllt ,'••■>  NC tELO'*li\
a  k    > S.S.V.MsCliilcieti.SaVAi'i    H. UaMctiilw. Sat. Ap
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R. BAIL? 1
House (or Ss*\c
City    Barter   Shop
A NICE CLEAN
IOOTH   .  SHAVE
MOWAT <& BRINDLE
i'l 11   11 0, i.  ENDERBY. B. C.
Real EaUle, Insurance,
Mining and General Land Agenu
PROMPT AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
TO  US
for   imn
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NrVe   make   It
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; To supply the bsst ol everything in cur line, at a price that an
honest profit -iii allow. Our line Includes Sieves and Kitchen
Utensils, Carpenters' Tools and Builders' Hardware. Garden
Tools, Hose, etc. Paints, Oils and Varnishes, and everything
thai a hardware store should keep
!f*lf f*D HT A M ^e are nuk"1r1,ce cream. Pay
lVsE* VrflVI-ranilTl a visit io our parlor these hoi
aitern       It   ; .'take ol a cooler.
R. P. Bradley - Enderbv
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Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
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in the
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Dry Boards atii Dimsnslon Timber, from $8 io $10 per M
Shiplap. -      - Si2 per M
Flooring. O       Siding, Irom $15 per M up
tm Any o'.her iniormallon will be furnished on inquiry at
'    .Ve respectfully solicit a share of your pai-onage,
which Mil have our careful attention
ft, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO . LTD
Baltta- ft C THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C., JUNE 8, 1906
Train Robbers
Heavily Sentenced.
The se i nil trial ol Edwards, Dunn
and Colquhoun was concluded on Saturday, the men being lound guilty, alter
the jury had been absent hall an hour.
The second trial was but a repetition
ol the former as lar as the evidence
produced.
In sentencing the men, Justice
Irving said. "The case against you
was very clear, I agree wllh the verdict; and the sentence ol this courl Is
lhat you. George Edwards, be confined
in Ihe penitentiary lor llle; you, vVilllam
Dunn, lor llle. and you, Lewis Colquhoun. (or Iwenly-llve years."
The prisoners took their sentences
quite philosophically, tnd Ihe closing-
ill movement made by the detectives i01'1 c,8nd Mas,er "' *** L- °* *••
and constables who were around Ihem; Th°"*»5 Duk«* "!C«lv«d « '•'•P«I"
was quilt unnecessary. They were >*'*<* Dr- T- S' -'•"«•who •» *********
quietly handculled and driven In in ln« ****** ol **» Sovereign Grand
open rig lo Ihe Kamloops jail * Lodge in Toronto, lhal It had been
The   prisoners   art now it Ntw ************* ***** *9" ***** Sovereign
Westminster, tnd It is understood thit c**<* l-od«« *•■• ****** "• Vancouver.
thty will be pul to wort In the quarry ,Thls wl11 *>"***** ** ,h« <*'**** **<*">*
' society gathering ever held In Vancou
ver. as delegates will be present from
every part ol the Dominion.   For Ihe
CHANCES AT OTTAWA.
As anticipated, the cabinet changes
look place on Saturday. Hon. Mr.
Fltipatrlck takes the position ol chlel
justice ol the Supreme Court and lelt
lor Quebec county to bid his constituents a (ormal farewell. Hon. Mr.
Aylesworth becomes minister ol justice,
while Hon. Mr. Lemleus attains cabinet rank as postmaster-general. The
vacant solicitor generalship was not
tilled Premier Laurler wants lo give
It to Mr. Belcourt, ol Ottawa, but the
Quebec contingent is determined 11
shall go lo a man Irom Quebec province,
hence Ihe matter Is held in abeyance
lor the present.
Grand Orange Lodge    Past Provln-
adjacent to the jail Ihere.
FLOODS IN OMCON
One-third ol Ihe people ol Pendleton,
Oregon, are either temporarily home
past two years It has been Ihe aim ol
the Vancouver Orangemen to secure
...                  ... the meeting ol the Sovereign Grand
leu or hive been driven inlo the upper "         *   .               *
floors ot ihtir residences by Ihe rising ^ and **« ,hey ^" iutcttiti
waters ol th. UmitllU River, which la ^« to their enerf tnd peraevertnee.
,    a ,a The lodge w    probably meet some
now a raging torrent, sweeping bridges ,     ,   *      .. r  .    '.
,____„,           an        .w     • t me n June, hough in effort will be
tnd dykes belort II.   All over the al- '                   ,"*     „      _.
made to have It on    the Glorious
lecled parts ol tht county tho water Is
rising, led by the Incessant rains.
From every hind comes Iht ntws ol
Twelih." so as to make a grander holiday,
bridges being .wept away. Irrigation     Seattle felt a alight shock oi earth
dams and flumes wrecked, toads torn quikt on Friday morning at 5 o'clock,
up and washed out. fields Inundated .Thtre was cne tumble.   No dimigt
ind crept oWlteriied   The city ol wis dont. tht tremor being perceptible.
Willi Willi ind county ire tlso In howtvtr.
Iht pip ol floods. Thtprlnctpililittu     On tnd alttr July 6lh. weekly sleint
are Idled with wtitr ind great damage W|p, eu-jiig mail between Canada
hu been dont lo bridges slocks ol tnd CrM, Bl,_|„ vi.| Mn p.idiy.
g«4s In btsemenu. tnd houses wished Thu trrangement wu trrlved it be.
away.   Rain hu been tailing In that ,ween ,ne government and iht sletm-
section since Mondiy noon and is still ,h|p comptnlts. tht Alltna tnd the
tailing.   No lives hive been lost u Itr cudltn Pacific Railway Compiny.
as known.   Communication with out-  t
lying territory hu been eut oil,   ll It       »       _«« m    a
known Irom the character ot debris    /.llvuOla O-lCt
wuhed  down tht river that tome    „,,    „M)vtd,«„„«,„„.„„„, stuck-
housei hive been swept iway.   The und it Wtllman. I will elter ly Pul.nr
precipitation lor the alarm it 4.09 ;*■"» .attr.
Inches. ***** •• Di"7 Stoc,l«
al their larrn put-hill mile i.ititi ot Brcdttty.
l.rt-atLlofl Utttrvoar Itirtlt.
t'»rr Hit :i Ik 0
Filled to overflowing and weikened
by Iht itctnl ralm. BUckhunt Irrigation reservoir, lour nulls northeast ol
Preston. Idaho, broke lut wttk. flood.
Thurs.June28
Silverware
F. Pyman
JEWELER
INDItlY
green Drug Cc . 1-trrytl k Co. photo ^ ,gf Nctalwlme, lnd Ntw S(.,|t
studio It ts tlmott impossible lo gel
al the total lou or individual louts,
but ll would bt t conttrvillvt ultmtte
lo pul Ihe loss between i.lO.GOO ind
1I0.0CO. The insurance lost will bt
lully MS OOP.	
Notict.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Any person damaging tlinbrr cr
cutting underbrush utaon the lands
belonging lo Ihe undersigned will be
prosecuted    Final n Ilea.
F. W PSATHlRfTORHMMH,
W   A   LtWEP.
ft H  Ltwes,
C. ft Lawes,
Williams Pianos
Hal(
DAIRY COWSeaMittitigof aatol!o«t:-
10 new Mlleh Caen, tttt laaftnt from J le>
S yttit old. 2 Com. ealve in July .A ai.11
ywt old: 4 Ctwa. etw« m Sept.. 4 ytart
ing Itrmi btlow over an area ol several ed:4 C^n. calve in Oct .4 it t yetra eld.
milt. «,«.-.   Cropt.tr. ni.ntd.nd »JO£ttWJLaWSft
ininuli   wtie   withed   ivay   tnd itui yean old.
diawn*. wager, r-d. wtrt warted Mir,^JStL»rJrJSS
cut and tht tracks ol tht Oregon Shot! uted in connection with ar. Up it—it Duty
Lint wtrt inundated.   The Hu can- Xtbovecowi ...til dalle tnd will
not bt estimated, but it will aggregate p, Ciutamteel u ttpietented ti Tlmt el
miny thtuundi of delists. ^tbrms.-AH stmt el SIO uid -and*.
Ctsti.  Orttihai amount 3 meniht umt
Wcedstcvk, May 30.   Thu morning «tit bt given it Purchuer or. prediiciier, tn-
llre twepi in trtt thtl wis completely 22S,I,0~ta,,Me ''" "*"'""*""»'
burned lour yetra Igo   Iht block on    Salt'to commence ai IXp.m.Shttp.
Mam itreei directly oppcsttt tht Ctr- g Francis,          Auctioneer.
list* tl cl tl    Folk wing it i lui ol those
toned out:   Helyeke k Brown, gro
etn; Wtlltr Cogger, btrber; Wilson's	
photo studio; Singer Sewing Machine ■"-"t^-""^^^--—"
Co.'t tlort; Willum Rltkt. soloon: Wt irt showing t-.mt nlct pieces
Cordon Brot. drug More; Sullivan's ol Silverware, which ve would like you
meat shop: Embtelon's barber ihop: to inspect    A neat cike duh or Irult
Svllivan't  grocery:   Robert   Wilsh. duh would perhips be in addition to
pool and billiard room. Louis Lung, your table,
barrister  Mra   Loam k Co. fancy
goods ind bookstore, Ihe I. E. Shits
Till*   "Slltisllill.e"   Illlill,,,.   ,|||,|
"aunny" waya are tynonymnua.
The cold, dreary wlntor dnyi nm
lit. iiiiiil.' I'lit'ury nnil wm in wiih a |iuri',
lii'iiltliful Iii'hi if yuu linvi. it " Stiii^liiii.e" I'uniiii'.e.
In .'iisiiT to n|ii'iiit,e, uloaner,  utoa loaa fiti-l ami
"tiliini-K" in ninuy ut her waya over common furnacea,
Two cltaki'ie nre until tn nlmk.e tin- lloiivy,li'iiiti^iilui'-
hIiii|i.'.I  (jrati'i..    Thin jimt  cut- tin1  work  of clinking-
dllWII  III   lllllf,   llieSlll.ee.   ItflllSf  f|||iil>|'   ll||    I I,.      f|||'||l||V    t llllll
the uld iino-tlinkiT atyh*.
N.'lel lay i.|ili*r|irieiii). ilvul-
em I'vurywhuro.
11. H.l. I, I   I ecf.
t    I*W»>«"^    ItM
< VittCM ***>,  Ht     -
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Crttnhouttt tnd Sled Houttt
VANCOUVER B.   C.
BEE SUPPLIES
Bedding Out Plants
NOW READY Celery. Cabbage.
Cauliflower. Exlra nice lot cl Iruit
trees coming on lor fall delivery. No
loss, delay ol lumigiilng, Inspection,
not customs to pay on
Home Crown Stock
We have Ihe goods.   Get your orders
in early to secure prompt delivery.
French. Holland and japan bulbs
will ba ready Icr September shipments
Catalogues Iree.
M J. HENRY.
1010 WMImlatltr Hoed    VtMMver
B.C.
To Our Subscribers
an J th: Reading Pubic of the
Northern Okanagan Valley . .
The publisher of Thi. Pa —•-s announce
that commencing wliit iln Issue ol May 18. which
was lhe first number ol Volums 3, the subscription
price has been
REDUCED TO
$1.50
a year, payable strictly it advunc All back
subscriptions musl be pal J lor ui the old rale ol
$2 03 a year. Do not forget lhal a yearly subscription io Ihe Enderhv ProgrissiWW costs $50
KSLP IN TOUCH WITH THE HAPPENINGS
OF YOUR DISTRICT, lhe town in which you do
your trading, and lhe Okanagan Valley. To do
this you should read the local paper  Thai paper is
The   Enderby   Progress
which Is rapidly becoming, and *ill be. mt packk
i  I HORTHeRN OKANAGAN.
MAY WR HAVE THE PLEASURE
it you tt* fldt ill-fa.I \   a   •■•.■.If
OF   ENROLLING   YOUR   NAME ON   OUR
MST GROWING LIST
cyon
Hoi Springs Sanitarium
No* under Iht manage-r.ent cl
Hahmv  McIi.iosii.   Hoffman House
Rossland
Tilt Meetlrtl Wlttlt  ol  Ha   a . lit «■•
iraal craiice ere the werej A :«.*.«.
tliejtti rettiedy Irr tn Utr, . lad H Mt.
a. ; '..'»! 1 ... K■''.,*-. -. ' ■ 1 a1
Al'n-.eiitt Ita htths htYcat la'i Ic- evil
Rl.tc.net*a.- '■■ » " ittgammi|leta.
>■ • . • t :'■ »»•» F.t Idihtr
ran r . a-t a(f y la
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Like, ■  C
Get the Credit
Columbian College
Ntw   Wf.ln..n.ltl    I)  C
fc tv, W J Siwutll.     Rev J P Bwtll
B.A .B.D.. Pnnetptl Burter
Resldtnllil School lor Ladies and
gentlemen Regular count includes
Preparatory. High School, Ccltegmt.
tnd University work.
In the regulir courst milniclioti is
given in ihe advanced public school,
high school. Coltegutt and university
work The special courses includt
tht vocal, instrumental and techniqut
' m music. In Art l Sketching. Oil
Painting tnd Pyrofrtphy, Also Physical Culture tnd Etocutten,
Wmt lor ptiltculirt Send lor
Caltndti
For Sale!
I   Firmuij Land in lou lo iuii cur-
chaser,   SunaMt tor Iruii grcting and
dairyiietj   Apply lo
J W McCALLUM. Salmon Arm
ao vsam'
Catmitiiii4t-
It^aaweai a **»-■» a. ttw" ,'-■■.—a
eaanatef ■*.«•-•. ..-, .».-.*^ paa •!«.»•. ».
v-raa,.,-a•■ .*—■.■:■■ tMUMI -••...•*•
twetlaw —'—, aa*.-.* rjaw*.--t i**-*.
rva.-a ,aa»* ittMatt ■#.» 11 a m*,a
t).-iiaitan, ilBBMMIMiaa
Sckatlfic JmrlcM.
*» \-vrrar.
__Aa»
JEWEL
tyamataal
taaattat, lln*.tl.at 1-«vlal ha-,
; ' - .*.--,.»
-.     .-      fa." '•••
.......
» '.» .    e ■ a    e . -        -
... . ,
-
'■
■
* •       •
-
-
nt waving Gro-l Bultfr and hav»
Printed Butter Paper
Prices and Quolation-- at this Ollice.
Special Cuts and Inks.
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tf
	
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■•-•-,;•-•. ;a ■THI   i'K'OGRESS. ENDERBY. B.C.. JUNE 8. 1906
CALL    AND    SEE    OUR—
Warm Weather Goods
'. ■   . Vlndowi, V
nflta   just I
.  I - will gu
.  .1
K We do Plumbing. Furnace I leatlng and Roofing    You run
no risk    OUR WORK GUARANTEED
A. FULTON'S
Are you intending to sell     \
this Year
7
so-
List
-
Your     Town * .1
BUS"   with
11. P. LEE
=^3
TOWN 9b DISTRICT
. NOTES .
The siwnull is new <
ghtshiil
. ,-
The ticrstst mtd
von by Armstrong on
• a     •     ■ ,    '     .    e 1    '1 »■!
:ay, lo mike i short diy morning   The inediU lit silver
lhal \ i. :   .:   . . .   ■"•!   ci-.-
.... ... thai the Ariiuir^b-ya will bt proud
mt,
ertlll it
i   '
-
* then
tht -'
II Mr J
'   ■
ing operations are in lull swing
tl   Nairn lell let '
■   out will b»
■
■
- Ne   n. where he Will slier
iiututl ••   •      I Iht <*tieray
■
in June llh and Ml
ll
-
-   Enderby. the guesl tf Mi.
I-
Armalrong'i cillioin art arranging
lor a lilting celebration -ii Dominion
.. vlth pt nl train Ir un nonh
Itl! iiili. games ul lacrosse and loot-
ball, and special attractions lor llie
n ... lhe iilleenlh celebration ol litis holijity Ite-ld In Armttrong.
Desire Brolhier. who wis on April
lath. 190-t. ai Vatic uver, i und Kiiilty
i perjury, Ihelt and procuring, and
sentenced to five years for perjury, and
iwo years each, to run c incurrtntly,
lor tht olher Iwo olitnces, making t
term ol seven year; tit all, has been
i. . r ■■ :i ni iht ,•■ Iti Iltry, illti
serving but two years and one monlh
ol lhe term giveeti linn    Warden While
• thai a pardon wis received from,
ihe Coventor General In Council.
The ippeirance ol Brolhier himself'
wis tht Ural Intimation the general
public had ol his being liberated.
ihe Independent Ord i    ;- t  len
: .    .        : 11,,'t. ..! ; :  :■ .     "a
letnliy In distributing r. I am ng Hit
three hundred members made h
by the lire In Sin Fiancbco. The;
Supreme eseculive council lit Toronto,
his sent SS.SOO tn cash besides paying
the May and June duet loi the San
Francisco members which amount to,
about $7,000. and Dr Or-iilijateklu,
lhe supreme chlel ranker, has sent t
personal donation ol $500. Tht sub-
ordlnitt and companion courts tf Canada and the United Slates hivt each'
contributed sums ranging from SS Ic
$1C0
.   >. K Roberta !..   in
NanMino to take up hi   -
iln was apt-oiiittei to the,
• . .Vest M-lhoital .'lurch in
su;r:ssion lo Rev, K. J. M:liuyte.
lie has just given up Htliburton church.
Naniutie. to Itll thu communion, hav* i
tng beta instilled there lor one year.
To Naiuimo ht came liotti Enderby.
.■,■■. :.•:, ■-.-: il .•• rtai ,i
New Denver. He came ta British,
. ■     v. ,.
. a! csmiiienced his <". tmsitrial
met   - n 1891.
•■. ■   .
.
At ihe last meeling ol the Brit
■ Milttodut ConttrMCt he was
116
« Union Restaurant
CLIFF   STREET,    ENDERBY
WEEKLY  riCKETS, $5 00.       BY THE MON I'll. $20.
BAKERY
In cenl'-- ' wnh thi Restaurant a lu.it class Bakety is et-
tablished Irom winch can always be obtained the choicest front
the oven    Alwayi iresh.
A nice line ol Conleclionery is carried In slock Fresh
fruit in season.   Don't baki bread when busy. TRY OURS.
Everything Strictly
First-class
J. McQUEEN. Proprietor, Enderby.
1
Harness-maker and Repairer, Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY
Aylmer H* Force Pump
Will p'imp doiitcli Iht amount ol wattt ant. ant-hill Iht power
el my other. In capacity it. Na. 2. IOM. No, 3. ISM, No. 4,
2303 gats, per hoar.
II you want tht bttl 21tli century, up to Jan pump tn the
■ < : da wil find ii hi ihe AYLMER.  Give tt a trial ttntvtr
Ilia I  I'lfitt. ii well convince you el iu tupeiioiliy it you will
. . « il a chance.  We want lo say luithet II you order
■  ' 'cent puenpa you can tut ll Ulott paying lor It.    tf not
. - an   itmovt tt it our own tapentt.    We hive
malt thea prapaaitii.it lor years tnd ntver had a pump come
J. Johnson "Tjft B c
-AGENT-
atwl  Lac
-
-
eon its put
"
'  -
 •
-
gather!
■
the Iruit crop in lh* I ■
ta*
-
■
■
■
.  "
liimt lhe welt incident le the product-
-■.'••-
■.
■A Ihe luge stll! and
■
-
•  'air ot thtl   i.l'l   'latll
lhe   Itujt and *ian..n*ry Ktinets
mill recently, wu can
- *•« name A li   Niitn tt Ca.
hit now pssseJ into iht hinds ol tht
Enderby Drug and Stationer? •'
a company tegialertd imd-r the
ptny't   Ail ol the province.
tuthetUtd capital ol tht ompany it |
S 10.000. of which S4.000 upaid tao
Iti- -tttmbtr* tree   W. T. Br larl "<i
.itaiuging director, W, Bawt,Merttlry
C ft McDonald and A. E Broderlck
directors.   Mr. B. Shaver. Chin B„'
•l Victoria, will have chaig* ol tht!
■ '■
and will commence his dutiesI
cn June   ISlh     The  company will
* ttiii eslemtve
■ •« ih.ii       hetttofore been kept.
.
Ut supplies, chemicals'
, at Aim
-
.
.not lhal lo*
' pipe, It
.
t   "i advisable 1   tlltnd
-  i.-hlhey
could  rwpi, ml ' lata
•anU up around:
■
• ifi the system.   As ani
.
i-t.'tand. lo run
Ariltstrorej list | ll
id I ll as Ihe Sleonty
ind .    . all Iht properties
•
It ir, also being
pany I   acquire
■    ■ I  I
ll hat at
il Amtili >tg Mwi*
ti   . tat
Moffet's Best
HONEST FLOUR
We do not use any bleaching process to make
our Flour white. When ordering INSIST on
gelling our flour.
the      Ht) Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd., Enderby
A LARGE
STOCK OF
BRICKS
NOW ON
HAND
The best clay in the Villey.   Well burnt bucks al teasonablc prices
Large or Small Qtnniiiiei
Ibe) Enderby Brick 9b Tile Co.        Enderby. B. C
Dominion Day
1906
Armstrong's   15lh Annual  Celebration,
July 2, 1906
The Citizens of Armstr.jng cordially invite your presence
with them on the above date, and promise an Interesting
Pi ,-.
LACROSSE.      BASEBALL      FOOTAALL
FIREMEN'S SPORTS,  and   ATHLETIC ENENTS
'   IAL BVrWTS WR THI   "'l.DRKN
COOD   PRIZES
Come one, come all    Nothing will be too good for our
TKt day we have Celebrated for Fifteen
Yeon	
-;-',: -,). Chairman
BUOENE KIIIAN'. Secrelary

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