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The Enderby Pi-ogress
and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
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Volume 2.   Number 46.
ENDERBY, B. C, MARCH 30 190b
Ph: ic. $2 a Yeak
Fishing . .
* The Season has commenced.
* We carry all kinds of Tackle, Rods, Reels, Lines,
Leaders. Files, Hooks, Spinners and Spoons.
' Don't buy pork—catch fish!
* Saturday next week we will give a watch for the
heaviest fish caught from the bridge or the river bank
on our premises wllh rod and line.
Fish weighed at 6 p.m. In our store.
^       LOCAL   NOTES.
Arc You House-leaning ?
■ We carry the largest and most complete line In
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PAINTS.  VARNISH. BRUSHES. Etc.
• Also CARPET SQUARES. STAIR   CARPET.
LINOLEUM,   CURTAINS
C
Everything  to  Beautify
* See Our Slock and Save Money
The H
ume
HARVEY 9b DOBSON
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Staple Lines in Stationery
hi am. mors
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DESK   REQUISITES
D**k Blotlingpadi Blollirig-paper in Sheet*.
Typewriter Paper. Pen Rack*.
Paper Cllpt. Stevens' Ink*,
MenuT*bleU.Wire Letter Baiket*
CpnprAl OHIO* Pins, Shannon Fil*
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Fin* Pad* and Envelop*!. Papeltrlr*. Memo.   Books, clc.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
D.   NAIRN   &   CO.
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HEN IN ENDERBY
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STOP   AT
TSk KING EDWARD HOTEL
THE   LEAblHO   HOSTELRY  OP THE OKANAGAN VALLEY
Vuiton io lh* notthsm pan ol the Okanigan Valley, vhtthtr
land hunting, or lorphatur* and sport, can do no b*!!«r than
mtk* this houatt their hetdauarteR.      Table and cuu   i
etc-IM  Btr repM* with llimt fines. tpiriU, Hquiur;. agar*
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
PfOf*' I* I Ot *.
The ii •• ii-nl n t
clly were latutd ;n M llday The
total taxable value ol lha city Is
$165,000, mate up ol Ai\ separate
parcels ol land.
Mrs. A. E. Johnston went lo Vernon
on Monday, on a visit to friends there.
Manager T. Gray, ol Ihe Wood.
Cargill Co., Armstrong, was tn lown
on Tuesday.
Geo. McCormlck was a passenger
to Kamloops on Tuesday.
Engineer Van Antwerp passjj
through town on Monday. We aie
pleased lo learn from Mr. Van Antwerp
thai all danger from the blood-poison i.
now over, and lhat his hand will soon
be healed and well.
Mrs. H. Eliinke lelt an Wednesday
to join Mr. Elitnke at Fernle.
Messrs Williams and Birdolph. iwo
well known rancher* ol near Vernon,
passed ihrough on Monday with a car.
load ol pure bred cattle, which was
purchased at lhe Provincial Slock Sale
held lasi week at New We.-Minuter.
The members tf the local rllleasso*
elation are gelling their rang* In shape
lor an early commencement cl this
season'* practice. Two new double
target* are to be built, and the Inter
:e   :*.. • ...   in ,!■.'•:
Dr. Vemer moved into L Rutian't
house lasl Friday, where he may be
lound, outside ol ollice I
Mrs. A. E, Hal* bit e>i Saturday
afternoon lor near Hyh Rivir, A'u.
will visit Irtends for suite
tune.
General Sa?.*iintend >nt of i *
Police Huttey patted ihrough on Saturday, lor Pemlcion. Hu visit u
laid to be in connection wnh ihe doings
tail week at ihr toulhsm end of th*
lake.
A kntfe and a key were found in Wed-
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mr ol Maud and Clill streets. Owner can
recover Mine by applying at the Pro-
gnu ollice,
The pile* which tuppotled th* old
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thlt week by Waller Gardner. Their
removal has greatly l>nptov*d th*
: appearance of the new tt:'.- But
several ol our anient have n
upon lhe wiy ihe dumps have beer,
cut oil al lhe water.' edge, and aay
lhal ll lell m will prove a danger i
(h.r. Here lor Nkol*
whal .' i -   n t- heaid al
Spenc?        , .     .■
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mile ol track it being laid every day
".iu can now ran
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_>■ eel", (. . M I nl' e,,, ccc    - Man
We venture to think
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.: ' ' -eat a
COUNCIL MEETING
eh,- ii'.ual weekly meeting ol the|
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,.-....,;. all ii.eiubcts being present,
with thr Maj ■   . the chair
Alter Ihe routine business, Ihe application ol the Columbia Flouring Mill.
Co., for permission to lay a tramway
across Clill street and along the river
bank io their boiler-house, was discussed. This question was held over
Irom last week, and was subjected to
much discussion. II was finally decided to Inform Mr. Mallet ol Ihe legal,
(oimilltlea lhat ii was necessary to go
n r ugh In :-! ilul he might be]
g,« led <,h* privilege.
The nexi item on the list was Inl
r.'garj to Ihe Baird estate, and together {
with it. the e,u,;t!on ol lhe map of the I
cny Mr. Burnet, D. and ft US..:
having bee.i commltsloned by the city,
to prepare a map ol the place, ad-,
diessed Ihe coun.'il in reference to]
several matters, which, until they were
salts! ator tly settled, prevented him Irom!
to carrying out the work. Chiel
among these, was th* Baird estate.
Mr. Baird was also present, and ad-
dressed the council The cue linally
precipllal aigunieiil b*
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One thing which *tm brought]
out was that this property waa not
regia'.ced at lh; land cilice, and eon- j
tequently, until it was, V.t. Burnet >
1, could not be included in the
map He urged lhal registration ts!
tha properly be ll wa
pointed out that tl one at this properly,
were registered » Knight   I
it wat propoMd. there * ill be iw
street* ol lhal name in the elty, which
would be confusing   It wa   Una
decided lo bisk Into the muter further,
Th* Finance Committee report was
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W. P. Goech having obtained per
•1 lh* council.
li. II
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Heaaktd
to thi li
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W*. ti te
thauld be mad* al on."
- !    - ahicJh hat b**n
ducutaed many a tint* and Irom an
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Enderby a water aupply wmducutud.
A gravity .ay-Jem. Uu,   .   ■
tome Uteam in the hi
,iai. and by lar the bet! one.
t upon at being ■ loo
ettpenj..-
th* problem ol finding an
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tut on a
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OBJICT TO CHINAMEN.
aassome excitement at Pentlcton last week, through the expelling
by force ol the newly arrive! Chinese
population.
Last Monday the Southern Okanagan
Land Company brought In ten Chinese
to clear land A meeting ol protest
waa held on Wednesday evening at the
British Columbia Hotel, and delegates
were sent to interview Mr. W. T.
Shatford,  managing director of  th*
rt] • ■
Mr. Shttford was asked lo dismiss
Ihe Chinese, but relused
A in b was orginiied. and it soon
proceeded to lh* Chinese quarters.
The parti took lanterns, and had no
trouble aboul arousing the Orientals.
The Inter were much Irightened They
were escorted lo lh* law steamer, and
their (area paid to Kelowna. They
arrived al lhat place today, i'
nol be allowed lo return.
Mr. F   It.  Ilaasird   relumed on
Saturday Iron) attending the I -
Stock Show held last week at New
Westminster,    The prices t
though only lair, allh u,:!i .* assd-img
lh* sale it the     >   1 ever
held Ihere. the ;  •
.    ll
lor Shorthorn* wai teactr   ay the cow
Sweet Marl*, owned by H M. Vases.
ol Ladti" ajht j|&2.   S.
H. Sham ns Shtithsrn bu
$112. W II L -
HtU.andUtar    5-5    Mr H
tf Duncan, g.*,
butb. SAC tn I ram and
J15 lot •«**    T. W  Pateraon. tf
■ col Sli for a bull -
for a heller,   Mr, Steves, tf Steves-
1.00. S« and S77 lor the
pick ol hu Hclsiein herd, the test
.- SSO,    Mr. Tambolin*. ot
Island, pi J100 each lar
Iwo Shetth-itt cow*    Mr Menrte. cl
P«nder Island, received   $50 lor a
Yorkshire bull, and K C. Wells, ol
• nee, Ol
hone*. Sieve*. A Sl*veiton, got $300
lor hit   Sutldk Mailioa King Luki
Jackton. ol putlchena. bought in ht.
ll* ttaUtMt at$S»5,   ll vat
■I i th-* ;sl« an annual
.1- iii« i,t
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make a lepoil upoi
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M«  snd Mt
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City of Enderby Seed Potatoes for Sale
= Early  Hamat, Bim  ft-t Kiver.
NOTICE Triumph
— poutoes can be ha I
•SI    Sli £Q}j
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seems r..
eim th?,r M
during Ihe summer.
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Notice.
river 11
Just in -.
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I   etssroefil o! lhe Cn,
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Hsrv .   . i ihu
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at five It
miklt   QUOTATIONS
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■ iSS, ENDERBY. B.C.. MARCH 30, 1906
THE PROGRESS
:omp:,!
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\Y P GOOCI1
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
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PETER   BURNET
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Notes and Comments
It has been painfully
el
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■uenlly
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lh such
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The
.
ci a recent Issue, the
latest victors of thc disease
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Nicola •      hy lhe
crusade should be confined io
lhe lat. nd why one
il valleys !n
In the Interior should n
celve some attention?   The
matter i Ith the
. mis themselves, I
subscribe the funds, the-
the attract!
their country should i
made known, and hundreds of
American tourists al any rate
,'her during the summer i
A word ol warning.
.'
good hotels,
The American tourist has a
habr. ol "turning down" any
inferior hotel ac
At lhe lasl meeting of the
Ived that the Ok-
ai Trade respect-
■••es lhe Federc.
h sieps as
'■' Nl  '• ■■ INCIAL
LAND SURVE>
Alt B. C.
FRA
A. F. & A. M.
C.O.F.No 1058
1.   0.   0.   Fa
Kureka i -"i ■'   No. o
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Knijjitts of Pythias
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I.. 0. L. No. 446
Men's Ready-Made
CLOTHING
-.AT D1SC0UNI  i KICKS
20 p.c. off for Cash ! !
.'   end see Ihem
Splendid Lines cf Prints, Ladies' Collars, &c.
for Spring and Summer.
Boots and Shoes, and everything good In the
Grocery Line
***■*■**__■_-«««#»a-a_a__u_--M_-M^___a--_***
J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
Glean StabL
We beg to Inform the
Public thai all cur horses
have been tested (or
Glanders. Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned out ana
alsinfected, and is as clean as the day It was built.
MATTHEWS «. EVANS ENDERBY
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all pot* up, $14,000,000. R.-.i. SIO.OOO.OO
Balance I'tom. and Lov. account., S371.96S
HEAD  OFFICE.   MONTREAL
PrttiJ.nl. Right Hon. Lord Sn 11 " ytf G, C. M. 0,
Pi       u Sir Cm, A. Drummoitd L. C. M.O.
A Ceneral Banking   business transacted
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Ips '.hem thai
i*arm in th?
ihe sentiment expressed
in the ab;ve res I .'.i n    A
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could be taken on by : .
The expen   •
farms on lhe prairie have been
. him the best
./.  And so do our,
eed a like Insuiu
•!.em to achieve a
inr.nelal success wllh
lhe Irults    '.l.eir calling
Savings Bank
Department.
L_a.t
Withdrawal, on demand without
delay,   v e
OKANACAN      DISTRICT
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The editor of this paper begs
gins to 1 <• Ige receipt o!
the first I    e     his editorial
."• '        r.        ..'        I '
our
society young ladies concerning
-.i thc
Mng reply, "Yes It's true;
e asi     n'l print it in
ll
A sirong constitution
\ healthy mind
.    .   1 jrk—and
-   means advancement.    To have
a  sir tig constitution
.me must have the best
meats, and that's what
you will find at the new
brick block     Always
fresh, juicy and lender.
G-o. R. Sharpe
UY
Ctty    Barber   Shop
Halt C 35c   '
Hair Cut ant Shav«     •       SOc
MX SHAVES for
'.  Hi
!';: SRBY
KELOWNA
P. li-aMoulin. Sura-Act
MOWAT <$b BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY. B. C.
Real EsUitc, Insurance,
Mining and Ceneral Land Agents
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
TO   US
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1 Iavor oi the
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264
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same time last year.
The Imports were S175,069,635
'S35.504.3I9. and
SI82.208.33',..m
: .5.012.945. There
about one and
n In the mine.
fur millions in the fisheries.
millions In animals
. nearly li!
seen ii.,       li   ,-(culture, ana
nearly I itamifac-
es any
r.lssued
•nent.
Church Noikn
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10 p.in.
,;.     7.30,   Chair
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: am.   Sim!.
.   pbell, lair
Chu
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Tui  lay
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Thai we have in slock a lull line of KITCHEN UTENSILS.
When needing a new poi or pan, call and see our selection of
Granite and Enamelled saucepans, tea kettles, frying pans, and
Everything In the Tinware line lor lhe kitchen.
r UOrFRlFS We have OP8"1'"'5 UP a grocery siore In
uiwv.umi-j. ihe old Baker Shop adjoining the hardware store, and solicit a share of your patronage.
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
I .ook
here I (or
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
Dry Boards and Dimension Timber, from $8 to $10 per M
Shlplap.        - -       - $12 per M.
Flooring. Celling. Siding, from $15 per M. up
WAny other Information will be furnished on Inquiry at
our office We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage,
which will have our careful attention.
th, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO„ LTD
EnJ.rby. D. C f
;'HE PROGRESS. EMUl
IARCH 30,  1906
f
My Strangest Case
DY QUY BOOTHBY.
AtrtfcoreJ "DR. NWOLA.''  "7*
»f- ia^IA, niE
HMr><|t'<*>i. m
IVPri1   'Hill    |inii'lir....t    .tfr    -.tliliifiT'.
i . in- I hnvp Ih'inii iheir aiorj ol
Hi fli trpitmirr, Imt I hav* it it lie inl
.VilliI   III ti.lii-   i-Im-   llll.   tn   MtV   ll|	
iiif milijt'i'l."
"I ili'iik I tiiiiii'i'^tuiiil, Now whal
>"'-' yom i|wwll r
"hi  tin-  lli-i   |tlitrt'. iiii) your Int*
lather ever t.|«nk   to   y t    hU
lirnllnT tm ht'lnp ii iiiis'i.ciiiiry In
i lilnuV"
Hltr ahonk hrr liend. nml frum iln*
look »i|  Imi tnee I rmihl we iimi
t lm11 tniirliptl ii|mn wiii 'iliiitir |ial'
hil.    Thin, nt   Irnil,   nti*. mn' ut lln'
<liiiiL"> iiiiii l-ml itruck her nn ■Ui-
|tle|otia.
"If hr warn* n nitaKlnnnry, ! nm
<|iuti *.iirt* nt\ fniln-r «l;il imt know
ii," "lit' ttiilil.   "hi hit'i t nlivayi un*
.lirtli.tiil tluil In- mii*. * tiui'« h;il <i| n
•'ii|ii.-t-:n<i'   llllll ill i-i.ii>.., ..*   M
tit".t'i- M'liii' down tu anything Tlwl
lit ynur tln>i, now whni la yuur *******
mnl -i'l. -.'I,.n, Mr, PalrfniT**
I  p-iiiM'il hir a   un nl   i't-f..i.   I
r.-|- I.
••viy -I'l'miii (mrtnkea mon <>t lha
nature ni mi aaaertlon ilmn n qui*
lion" I eiiiweml, "At* I rt'itil it.
you are mon* nfntltl nf what nut}
!..i el" t. -),.. ii ! ■ In- I wo nt' it nnil
tli.ui anything elee.**
"Yea, thai la Jual what 1 am
nfrnlil oi," kIi* ri>|illrd,   "My unele'a
trill'hi   |«   -ii  ti.i.i ni,  .ilnl  lu-  iit-.if
f.i i.i.ny. ao iti 'Iiliud lhal I dare
imt think what wouhl lia|i|ien n hi
came lum m'tnal eoiitael wiih lln\Uv
Now tlmt I hove re|iltetl lo your
qtieatluna, will you give ma thr «n
ewer I want? Thnt la lo nj will
ymi till tm' what you Hunk ■•! the
whole iitTalr?"
"if you erfati ih I «'»." 1 ***•'-■
►lowly. "Yuu lm*" promtaed i-i per-
mn me to u I'nmllil. nml I am rdIur
in mki- advniitejtv ol thai pern -
alon.   In my ■ ■ '»"i I «'" nm
In.' lhe Morj  -..■>  ii'H.   I tin
iM'tii-sr thai I lu > were r\rr M
arloa, ilnmith  •>•    haw   eonel N
proofi   Uml   lint,   linn* Itrtut  In  tl.
hamlii nf iln- i mm-"'.   Thai  llayl
ui.ijvU thi'tti I hare nol ihr lea '
ilmiw. It aeema eonalalrn. «nh hli
•haraeler, Imt  ttlii*rv thr>  u\ initial
*.*,. ii-K   tl'rtl   arv   |H<n'liiMll,l    iln*
keyalowi lo lhe whole affair, I ha*<
* * Imo you.  The) may
),.it. inn ii. i.ii'ii i' hy* or the)
inn,* n> i Ho tar it* lite piVM-nt ea*«*
i. i'i.ii, rtnil lhal tm i la imtnaterlal.
rhen   i* "till,   hi'i.i.ir.   .mr   vital
ni we haw lo *■•* * oVr.    If ihr
jremi in 'i'"-'  helonn equally lo
lhe three men, eaeh •** eitlllhil lo hi*
|irn|H-r *ltan. either ol lhe «« ur* »i
nt tin* atiiMiint* r»«el #nl !■> the •aov
ll -.liarr. a* yott rtlr..nl* knnw,
rti.i.Iii nin--miI in a ruii.-attilrrahlr IUU
nf mi'imy. Ynur unrh. I i *'■*■• It* In*
t»"i « |ienny*ptecc in the «-ri.i.. and
hi- enitq-oiilnii U In Ihe MUlr iltoth
inn* eomllilon, Sow >♦,. will auppaaa
ihni I I*,..i li ni. fnr "»"i nml iht>-
ii. ■ i Itora it imi M*i!' in you quite
imMlhlc lhat ymir Much*** Mflr tnltfht
Irad hint lo ihi nomelhlttH deapemtv,
in order to r^iropp hli    *f U|mn the
nlhi*r? It I if In' "i*»J ti'inmnm!
him- "f hr WOtttd . •- Ml<l> if* I hi*
«u<m>? If, tm the other hnml. Iltry
•In imi   ilirrl, thru  «hnl    I*    tn    ha
I nr'* 1" !.••• toe. M<«* Kitwatrr,
fnr pry In-/ Into your private affair*,
Imt in my n|iliilnn It i* ninnlfetttly
niifair ihni ynu ahnuhl ha*i> to <**'P
port Hum- Iwo men fnr the •■ ti of
in* ir eibleoeea**
■ ■*!..., ai.t.l. mutt Vr that I wniiM
rnihir i)m ihnt than Irt my fathrr'i
itrnlhrr enmmii a erimr," ahe re*
turned, u*"»r raroeaiH than ahe h»-l
yrl *|Hitiro.
Thr poalthM -an* 0>eMedl| an a»k'
wanl om    It *■*•■• aoma ptm.f nf thr
i»'tr*»   «t. rimy    •|n*iiitt* ft    that    ahe
•h nil'l !-• |«fi-|«arnl to make »'trh a
,   ».., " .  mki -if a man whnto
,\   l|iijt.,.*ili|r  .,   latt,
,i„l '..t thai  "raaoo mpm to i«»i»r«j't
v. ■
idn
• '"AL'-nruu wistt: ccrm*
what will you tin Ihen?"
"In Hiiclt a oaatt" I l *****. alnwly,
looking nt lit-t nil tin' lima, "I ahmflil
rndravor i«i *g*tt your unolt'i ami
Pmld*a aiinre nf thr iroaiura frmn
Mm. If 1 mu auceeaaful, then 1 ahall
Irt him ifn where hr \*i<-*•■■''
",Jml Mi|»pni«litK you ar« uiiaiieeeaa*
ful in ohUlnlng the money or the
egemaf
"*4n'ii I mual endeavor t» think of
aome Other Way," I rejilled, "Imt
■omehow I du nut think 1 ahall he
unaucceaaful,"
"N..r du I," ihe inawered, hmklnfr
no* full ami fair lu the face, "1 fan*
py ymi know that I believe In yuu
moal Implicitly, Mr. Fairfax,"
"In lhal raae, du yuu mind ahnklitjt
lm .nil* uimii It '" I <oild.
"I will iln ao with mueh |ilen>iirr,"
ilu* inawered, "Ymi cannot Imniriur
what n wi'lyln you linn* Itflul ufT mi
mind. I haw been ao depraaaed
altuui It tntrly ihnt t hair aeftivelj
ktuiwu «Imi tu dn. I hair lain
awakr nl uluht. lurulmr ll over and
o.r-r in my mind, and trying to run-
vltuM- m\»rlf n*. in .,„(ii waa Itrii tu
Ih> done* Thru my iinelr ttild mr
ymi wen Qeodng dnwn here, and I
raaolred to put tlm rnar hrfurv y«t
aa I haw done aiuI iu a»k yuur *\-u.
Ion*"
9he .• or me her little hand, and I
took ll and held It In my own. Then
I i.i. ...i It aiuI <ar it rode hark
alnuir thr e-ynrdeiipath together »-ii*
out Aimthrr wnrd. The (tftvrnoon
wna wrll ,.*..-.' hy ihl* time, and
whm Mr rrarhi-d thr nuiuuirr'houke,
whrrr I'imIiI uni* alill rmdtitir, we
fwii'l ihnt a littlr wteker trA'talde
had lirro i-i-'i'ii'hi nut (riim the houae
and thnt ehnir* hnd lirrti plaerd fur
ua niiiml ll, To mi Oiinkuitf thaw
it nnihluK tlmi ueromea ■ prao_y
t utian more iln" lhe mrre "iaaaaa>
iitaee art nf pouring mn tin H woe
lertatnH io in Ihbt *a»e, Whrn I
t*oked at the white ctulh    ,   u lh«
tatda, ihr hraiy tiraai tr.iy. ami the
allirr Jutf* <* d taopol, ami tboUfhl
..f mj ...% i > .    tr **•
*•!. then repbalog In i ■ .■ -**rd In
nn uilitr, ni.) -it whleh I iu*«nd my
nip nf ira ewrj afternoon, I *>mlled
lo ntyaell I i, ii ihni I ahnuhl ne%rr
n*e It AiMiu nithoui rre«ll!ng thi%
iiiral, Aftrr thai I wnmhi*ii whether It would rut In- m* Rural fortUM
to *n m tin* ganh n ago n, ami lo rip
toy tiraiitfr |Vkm front thr miui
dainty aervtca, Ihr thought Hint I
mttfht nut du ao *****>. *tf.iiitffiy
rnmitfh* an utij't-■■■«*«hi • ne, nml I p<n
il frnlli mr «tlli rtil |tnuo, lm M huf
littf the inral, KitWAirr n-miitlii ul'
Irml a nurd. \\r had f \hn«i*l d thc
phtl*aliilllir*t nf tlir rOIV l«Uu?  **AU*r*r,
and I nhio fmiml that h» nrnhl think
ur talk of nothing rl*r \t *a%
nVlnrk I prepared t«» make my
adinu. My ttnln left 1U*1mp*!nw«
fur la-imt-h at ihr half hunr. ami I
•himhl juil |mi tiim tn «alk thr
di-tniier e»Oi(<--irtl>ly. To u*} A*r-
light oi> hmtiM deekled t« tn t*.
ehuwh, aod «« A -Ur Htmld w«lk
With tor h* Ihl '* Ihr It,1,."*!* I*hr
.im^tFiliiitfl)  I        ti* ami rti III ilit'l the
hotno iii ik  -   (nr lollel     ■   *
e-t *hi   hat K'lwntrr fumtdetl
In* ♦..*> aim i "« where I *«*> mi*
tiiitf, ami ha*ti«» dbteovirrd a ehwr
hr*idr Inr MOlod htm** If tn II.
'Mi iVriat.." anrt hr. "I lainr or*.
•I*r Ihr f<a» tt.At yoo eaoiiul under'
•taml in* pataj lotl law *'•■' refdhte
whal it U Urn lo ■'••' ihnt up •*, thr
dark, wall ■     - '
itoly ..nr Un. **•-   * I jm not i»t
mr euim- t« 1*«ri* Willi yun t- hh-+-
ntw?"
MlMpoaalble,H I «*M "It i* onl uf
Ibe qoeatlon h eooJd -»• t tf thought
t f',r n "."itiiHi"'
"Hut wh> imi? I ton ••« hu diffl
roily In It"'
"If fnt no other rwntm htcranae It
would deWroy at*> il,ai«e*   .if   my
in* hmni'iT.-il ni every turn,"
llr lmu.nl ii '..-it.,\ ilgh.
"iiiiH,r lilm,ii" ti,. uld with de«
h|iinr in hli voice, "Hui I know, dial I
iliall meet him lotne duv, .ui.i when
I tin •"
Hi* ferodty una lha more terrible
hv reniou uf hu affliction,
"Onl) tt.nt, Mr Kiittiitrr," | re*
(ilii'il.    "V\iiit, ami if I mn help yoU,
v hull have yuur ireaaure liack
again,   Will ymi ihen tu   uttlafled?"
"Yea, I'll be tatlifli'd." in- an*
iwewd, hut with whal itruck nn- na
11tn..--1 rvluolanec 'Yea, when I
iiit.i' ui iraaaure latek tu-uxiu rn tn-
ul afleil, imt «•> all) I odd, In the
meantime I'll unit hew in tin- dark,
Un- ,inrk iu which ilm daya ami nlghta
.ir* thr nunc, Y*», I'll unit nm!
**nit   tint   avail,"
\t ihnt moment Ml-* Kltwalcr
made hrr rttt|-|-i'nrnor. In tlm irar-
■h-ti, ami I rule In hid tuy clivuti
farewell.
*it Ihy.  Mr.  Kitwatrr,"  I   mid.
"I'll **rii* immriiimriy i naeh
l'nr>*, ami In ynu ktm** huw 1 mn
gelling mi."
"Ymi tffl wry klml." Kit water an-
awrrad, nml Cmld nmlded hla head.
\l> bnateaa and I then ael * it down
the drlw to Dm hi_*h nmd whleh wa
fiitlnwnt lowarda lhe *Hlni.r it **na
a perfwl rtriiioir, nml ihr mn *****
M'ltlliu   III   lit*'   urM   th   A   lino    nf
erlmann nml uuld \i Aral we iaIIhi)
uf rartoua eommnnplace lubjeeta,
Imi H wa*> hut irry hmir hrfurr wc
came ■■«■ »> «•• I kur** we *i, ,i.t do,
tu the one altoorhlng tuple.
"i tm. la innthtr tiom* I waul in
•ii right with you, Uhui Kll water," I
*aid. na wr |ttiu*iil u|hiu thr hridife
in which I h«<r .-Uruhrrr n frrml.
'It *- nul* a *iuaII nutter, Snuithuw,
bowewr, I hr) lhat I iiiu»i lettlc ll,
.*..,. | mo pmrrrd funhrr in the
itrolr with any **M*fAriinn tu my>
..if."
Rhe luukrd at me In aurpriaa,
'WltAt la HT ahe aoknl, MI
ihuiittht *tr had arilM r*rr,*:hlng"
"Hu far aa I can «*r ihat la thr
<tnly matter that   wmalna,"   t   an*
ftwrrett,  MYet It I* *mi* »;* Impw*
tani i*i wat rniit oi> *|iml,oi|* in you
AiNtui ii. What I wont iu km..* la,
whtitii I am *rr*ing""
"I don't think I nnoVnUod,M •hr
•aid. drawing llnra with hrr uotliwl>
in upon dm itme mium* „f %uv
■polo
■And • ,• ■** ,-lrar," I
mi »ani ti, t«< t-t,.
ibei i un *••-   ,  ■   .
he ** .IM      . < un     * *
li, t .t.
t
tar lhat i , - u the ni
••t.f,  -. |   ti...   t an .
ymtt  irnhni." I «»*nl    *i*
|ht,l>..     «      I lU     E>' |0
"I  roll  lr*it i   Ihrm I
j.      I   ,  , M *«, V
piit-*i   "\i>i ■ ira nt tl
t* •
u
\t*r%  tat,   M-ahIi  tftm a/nio  fol
du* >•> •••»t«y80"
"ll   ha*   U*h  *  $**}*<**   p1rW*ure
loe"| t*|tf<i|    "iVtkapa wmo I t
lorn fmot Pari* >««m wtll (vtmit t*
i*,     ...    .|.,«to   **Atii   iu   repu
i
-u ahall be ****, ph -.•••! *** n
* iho nnmavreil  "Kow ifumi-t,
t, i . ..,,i Joornty inyoo!"
u. i]     i                 nartrri.  .\a
paa ilehrtl k
t1 a 1-t.llW    I
'Well. Dli'haon," I aahl. when I had
luuli' th'- lett'ctlve an rcvolr, "whal
about  .-ii- 11,111.*'"
'I'vi im.i lum under my eyo, »lr,"
he imwercd, "I know exactly whal
Iih'i bent doing, ami whrrr he a itay*
lug."
"That'a g I nawa, iml.rii," I m-
|dlcil. 'lint, t"-i dlaeovered anyUtlng
,|.i   11imi|  I,.in.'"
',. i|P," he returned, "I Snd
iti.tt I..--. itruck up a audden ao>
ntl,!'.-.in.■- with ■* hui* nnmed Mtne,
llraumarata, nml ilmt the) are lo
.in. toin ■,..i .-I the i afe >u--> \m*
•      ■ ■    r     i ... iwi'ii
Hal
cyon
■ owpti r It •' wi'l t«at< t*»rt,
an Inaoll I hei t<» haw ewo hlntni
ai aueh a ihlnff,
"1'nrth.n me," I Mid at la*t, "bui
ll nm <vtit* thai nmat hr
taken Into roniklerailon. %*mr day.
m ., Kit era ter, yon may marry, and
In that eaee yuur hu«t*,iml mltfht h«t
'.•iw altuui thr arnnfetneni ynu
hare imulr.   Koch thimra haw hap-
(trhrtl twf'tfr h»iW."
She   '     -1 • '   a  Vn*y   frd  ami  hr*j-
tAtiil iirfore ahe replied.
"1 tV» n<>t eonalder it tiry likrly
that I ahall t-*i marry," ahe ah-
■Wered.    "Ami t-rrn If I did  I Ihmitd
eefialnly n<»i niarry a man •■hu
wnnhl object in my bung what I
"i»n«idrr to I* my duty, And On**
thnl *« ha■■* illCtmid all thi*. Ur.
V ■ rfi-«, whal du fM thjtih mt* had
brtter dnT   I  Itrai.—i y»,u to any
In my ■■■•■"■<■ \* -t yon ■ •<" i i<a '- »•
fur Par la to^mrrow m-irning. In order I** ruhtih'i' yoUf *i-arrh fnr the
ntao llayla.   Nninldng >'»u find him.
*T that UfiM   m HUM kitWATtn
MaI'I. HKtt  ttfcAl i KAIMN1 ii
IS TUB OAWiW
..., f/f ng      lhe Keftl*.   1 iinvuM
Wlj • »-*Httji |n ■■*al4*r |"W I- i"*k"
•    l»».r|    »*l    j-flltiwlf "
itl\l'1t ll Vllt
I'nlike *n m«ny -d tn* W
t - i dtiMi
th* I (•
-.
- -
r
t<
dot • •     ii
• f«r I
..
- ■
i hj  llmoe Mnohera "t tb*
t f„iv» with a
. .
l*o |hh     ll
•
tMtti With «Ihmw I hnw h*,'
Iiii one mnsi
t,*i* |o
i. M   a
» \ irth  «f am? - -
■      -•
-
nft *hr <       -
r-1   il.     W»    - -"   *•     ■
eVInelt, ofcel ■   *- ' ' *   *
diiw With fn*   ll
-
h.  II
ind
...
ii
■ i-i In
-,« i- I i .    | |« 111    ■( ii.rn.i *  mi  Inr "
It   (tn-   ( it ft'   <li<ii
And i -  .M. did you inyt
Al ulial '    - ""
"I t. t i.tt v ■ ihni   air" IMck-
ion wptleil "I i !>•> know thnl Ihej
urr tn il ti   ■*.. i.   t ..■,ii„ r t ghl "
"And prny how   inl you llnd thm
mil""
*'l ninth- inqulrlea at. lo who ahe
una. ami whew the lived, and Ihen
pumped i an!" *>*  tt atwred
"\t..i i il „.t |u mylhlng lhal
wuuhl -xr.i. 'n- toiplclona, I hu|tr,"
I (mi i. '\. u .ii-lit ti. know b>
tin* lime wbnl womrn nr. "
"till, m*. *r you neetln'l he
afrnid." he %nld 'I wn* inn careful
fur ilmt IV mold am) I an <>
*rr\ friendly lernta. sin- i.i licet»
tm tu |h< a ItMOfii.tt, ami I've imt ,(,-■
nnd It,"
"It   WOUh]   ■•*    * tf« -t   lint   In dn *•<*•"
I rrplM "It ahe dlacown Ihni rou
are nn Kngltahmnn «he might
lo i •      ■■ ■  • • l t*   her i
Him wouhl limit!.., i, t it 1,11 m
eunwr«ntInn wllh hint, and then all
nor trouble *»*toM l*. uaelcaa Von
■>|trrtk li i*.».itt. >l   you not?"
"tiny pwity *ell, air," hr an
tiwrrrtl. "I ilniuld Iw aooo bowled
nut if I come in eontnet with a r* nl
nne."
"twit. I ihlnk I will i**' aomewhem
near ihr iAfr ,lr» \mla.Hadeura to
i . '.t lel tu makr mrr ol m%* man.
After lhat I'll tell ymi what lo do
hrii "
'Verj good, air" hr ralnrwd*   "I
•*ii|i|MtiM.   |iit|  mill   iv  ltat.ii.,:  al   thr
|l irr?"
*Yoa, lhe note pl«re," I wpKni,
"It you hnw fti.tiiioii* tu eowmnnl*
eate, y*u eau ntbrr rail, or wmt
wind in mr Ihere."
I ihfwupnn deporteo f-r the quin
Ikhiw «t whleh I u*uail* iak* up ih
aI*,|*   **hrii to l*Atl*    Thr ttia/ hulrte,
I eni    f, fur thr
Hot Springs Sanitarium
No*' under the iiiaiiaj.;eineiit o(
Harry  Mi Ihtosh,  Hoffman Housi
Roulind
Thi Miilici. V.'itin ol  Hiicycn itt (hi
moit cutitivi in thi worM.    A porfoeit,
naiuti! turned)- Icr ill Nirvcus imJ Muicu-
in DUaaaaa, Uver, Kidniy md Siomaoh
Atlmctiti. Iti Balhi mver Inl io cure
Rhiumiinm. An absolute f umniie given,
Tirmi. $12 tu $13 r*i weiit.   For fuiihar
piiticuim apply to-
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Lake. B C.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
C.riecelec, e., \ an,   Sr,e| Hole...
'.'/.:!•.'   ' '.I-!-: B.    C.
' Headquarters (orTACIFIC COAST
iGKOWN garden, llower and held
New crop nov In, and on test
'in cur Rreenhe.u3e.ee. Ask )our mer'
chanl lor tliem in sealed packages. II
hi : nol handle llnni ve will mall
10 assorled 5c packages ol vegetable
land llower seeds (our own selection.
| suitable lor B. C. gardens I lor $1.00.
! Special prices on your bulk seeds.
''. C. Crown of Fruit and
Ornamental  Treaa
• ■•-■ ' , n-ig :li; i.e-nt |-'«iia
- ' -. '...::: ;■ ..■ y ;> e-r''.
3 per hundred, JIBO per 1000.
ird Plum, SI each, Italian
. 2 yr, (me. 525 per 100. Sugar
-. 2 yr tire. '20 per 100.
i.p>nw, Isa er d.l.y ol tuttii{.iioii
•* tni fric. your 11.1 l.l.i*
. Kt CrMichotu* H;*nt*.
■ SUH.ll**. Imll pttttigM,
.       ■"        . a'a   f e« '!.•
M J. HENRY.
V.'.elr.cc -.lat   Itoa*      Veltl.Oavar
».c.
..' I,
Mayi
i'nir.'
i tun
1010
• 'le.tce. aid i*
. tt'.l p*} tic. In lar..|tir I.n, Herlt
-tea      M Ihl* lllllr he. ||.   I run ,„
I.„    „   ,|   ., ,,,«..,
lltl .til. .«v'*.i..li thr 1,1,1 ta-l)  ..I ,l.e
...
Columbian College
S'tu   \Vr»tmin-lcr. II, C
tttt thnl  »l-l  *1*HM* hfHltfr al
*t «,. nlili ik* »aaa**t bflnml hee
*t»-| thr* *h-,(^h l»th •■<»»(tvlititf *rtam**t
•   -<   .
Why be 9
LATE •
ton r|,l r.rti«. WORK
v.|- i"a;
r-
-, ■••
.1" -'l     • ••
li iht r*t m iniinictiui it
f,iven in the idvanccrj public idioot,
1. Collegiate and unltrm ■■
Hm ii«<*ial cctinca nvlud*
ih* vocal tntttutnenul and twhnique
I    An    Sketchiitg, Oil
,•   i.    Abo fthy-
j.cal Cu' mi *. I   -oiioti.
Spring term begin* tn Jatiuiry 6th
.■•.-• i. -     . ■
ll  buildingt lor
*. imittty. and
.
Pcrfedion
ar.d Superiority
j *—■.,,..
?. Pyran
IM.IHV
tor Sale!
c
yiARf
|eii*imiHt
TN*** *!»•>•»
Ot *•.*.*
C*e»«l,'ei"'. *f
Sciciiaiic Jiwrlcan.
., .  •-    ■,    ,. * •
ll       *    ■*>     »f ••••
t.ar.%' *m em , *e. ».—-*, - le c
'    .-•   •" - ,    .
....
liit II-mmoH it Perf. rtion
■  *ork.
nge of
<
-   piper fi     r
Hammond
it:   »'.   A— '.pf
• • in eveiy   ihei
• A Hamr .   a
ten I   be tied   It li
- other
■ :       i   made
Tilt   HAMMOND   tin v.,It,*
COMtANY
Irettaw. tt Atal.Ma M...I tail
Mot.tr.al   IBi St   la-,-.. THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C., MARCH 30, 1906
Finest fe? Largest
Range o.
Snirts
IN   THE   CITY
In. PH.G_R._SS VISITS TS, SAW.MI1.L
A representative
ol Ihe
■
X"*
itpald
■ ■ ill i   ih- ii .
!    1
Ka
nloops
Hiriiice
1 we saw si
Vl-llll J
".
which
'   ;i  mildly,
'i'e 10
i-
"     . "!.   1
The one thing ilm
IUI1
nliiil
ed Is the- .   .    .
ICCUI
a •■ J ns mocha
• rioctlon 11
would
; "a
•  :
wc_
-XrSKS-B-i
Enderby  Trading Company    I
cuss   **.,•-. ^ i-SKm.^ ..rtZjisx&marmmmmaauataV
Call on Fulton for Hardware
iracy la lhal     lasl undlng device
' •      ,-,: ■    li cannot be said
- ■■   '        '   invention does,
Human   lor It Is
more than human, no man or set ol
men could begin lo do Its work as well.
To see u ihi * in r'Khieen loot log
I It tn ire a leather, is one ol
The Union Restaurant
WEEKLY TICKETS, $5.00.       BY THE MONTH, $20.
BAKERY
Inc   rwcl '.-. wllh ihe Rulauranl a llnt-cli        ■ i.'iaes-
tibllshtd romwK  i.  .i:. always be obtained the ch Icettfrom
ra      Mvayi itash
A nice line  si  Conlecncnerv is carried In itock     Freah
Iruit In season.   Don't bake brMd  - ■        -. I'KY OURS.
r
Everything Strictly
First class
J>
L
j mcqueen.
rra__3_tu
'roprletor, bnderby.
He has the Latest 9b Best Stock in the City
■
I -    a.   Fir
_h log, dripping we
up to the mill building (roi
■
Builders' Supplies and Tools, Fence Wire, lac*
■ ves. Ranges, Granite and Tin Wv
:.*• vssary Articles (or Kitchen or B.	
Sans. Milk Palls, etc.. etc.
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS. ENDERBY
IE*
%
New Stock-Right Prices
(^^^
■ -      ■•■   ... : '        .■        ..•   ::|
Inlo board*,   ii it ., ihis car-
nage we see un; ■ 'iivand
exactness, out-d.ntg anything that th* II
Then ||
■   'ii" plan- jl
"V
Are you intending lo sell
thus Year
( tn log. In being loa le.l   n Hi-  I
\    irti al ihe cpp... mill, ||
I I .1   .        ....   ...       .c
IF SO-
Town
Pi   ■ -
II.
with
P. LEE
vltl 'ii th, 'I
I
■   ■
lh, endless chain
huts lor taking away th* waste,
j and lul .     ii the planer;, t   ^
I the furnace,-, whereby llle lire* which
- inning ol
a-
.» ■ '
Aylmer S85 Force Pump
it , " | a '       '   '   ■ 11*1 e -
2..M cat. ran how.
11 yeu warn the lee.t2.Hh- .nil.,
ei will Intel il in lit. AYUe*' - I
i   - , •
.   » n a chance,  W. w*i
I th*M pump, you can tut it feel   •
Xt tt*ve
■ - ■
J. Johnson "TttSB c
 AGENT	
their yard.
TOWN (tb DISTRJCT
. NOTES .
Enderby Flour
Never send out cl town lor what Is made as good as
the besl In town. In supporting home Industries you
are supporting yoursell and others whn make the town
• i".
•„' Model's Best, Hungarian, Premier, Three Star,
— Drifted Snow. Aipina. Strong- Baksr'sor XX,
WllrJAI SHEAH. StlfBRHMS, GRAHAM. WtiOlt WhBAT
Patisnlte th* Home Mill
• The Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd. Enderby.
FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
■'•   .-■ * ■■ ; :-ai
■■
•:<■ •   -.I.e.
The Burrard Sanitarium,   Limited,
anj Scc.nJ Kit-.oi tf 'Itt lutitulioa
A PHENOMENAL RECORD
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• * will be
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I trig lllall     SG.OCO
. ..:• cultural build
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get of the Si ...-'■•.-•'•
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It   .■     ''
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I I v.'A-IDS ol one hunlied surgical operation, were perl-innfd. all wilh
^       linUMHI      j, and cnlytie I ' • -ohundred patients
ii patienu were in tht Sani*. tl     •    pening ol ihe yeat,
204 w*r> admitted duiiitg the year, making a total ol 212 liealed,   Ot thet*.
99 were males and 113 female.    112 Were surgical. 81 medl.al. and 19
aitrcd in at lh- ck:.i tf the
•al days Itealmenl wete 3113. an average <ef 19.46 day* (Hi patient
Out ol ihe 212 pal lento treated only one death o    -
enl     Thit cne death was due tu Mfturatit* pttliti*. complicated
.
■•- admitted troin the idlowtng local -
kunu
,ser             M8 2
I New Weill .'i:.*«i 2
Kamteops I C;!!ingwftod
Albert.! I Brandon
V,n   land                  I Bjmard I
.Han Slate       1 V/p-than ItUltd I
Norih V,                             r. Bay I
In Parit            l Salmon Arm I
lh 2 Psrl Ha
i Ml I
3
1 11 ilwry. Alia , I
I Chilli* 3
Sudbury                    1 Miami, Mat. I
Summerland             3 While Hor**,Yukon I
ThaBalhtand " •   •      •    • -       , eminently successful
tinder lh* mattag Mllllngton    During the year, lit if■■■<•
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