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Array The Enderby Progress
and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN  HERALD
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3.   Number 13.
ENDERBY. B.C., AUGUST 17 1906.
Price. $1.50 a Year
I Shooting  Season
WILL SOON  BE HERE!
WHAT   ABOUT   THAT   .   .
NewG
ew vjun
YOU WERE GOING TO TREAT
YOURSELF   TO?
Don'l put off ordering It or you won't have II on lhe Ist. and every kid
in town with a .22 will get ahead of you.    Thai's your funeral, but
don't say we didn't remind you In lime
.   .   .   WE ARE   .   .
the Headquarters
FOR GUNS AND ALL SUPPLIES
HARVEY   (&   DOBSON
. . Wholesome . .
SWEETS
Art> you a lover of good wholesome sweets ?
Then buy a box ol
Lawncy'i or Webbs'
Chocolates
and your craving will bt satisfied    A new ahtpment ol most
delicious bulk chocolates juil opened.    18 varieties to chocs* front.
SES OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
1Ea Bndtrby Drug Sic. t
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We have in Stock
Scales, Blocks, Cable, Chains, Whiffle
Trees, Shafts, Wheels and all Buggy Fillings
What is (he use ol trying elsewhere when we can supply
your wants—and at prices which you will (lnd lo be right?
Come with the crowd to McVEIGHS BLACKSMITH
SHOP, where you can get whal you want, saving time
and money.
j. h. McVeigh
ft, BLACKSMITH     •     -     -     ENDKRBY.   B C.
We repair and sharpen lawn mowers. Bicycles
and every kind of machinery       Come with the crowd.
a-,———aim-- mni'
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LOCAL   NOTES.
W. T. Broderlck returned this morning from a business visit to the coasl.
Dr. C. W. Cross, veterinary dentist
and surgeon, has returned tc Endetby
to continue the practice of his profession,
Charles Davis, employed al a Bell-
Ingham lawmlll, was instantly killed on
Wednesday by a piece of (lying sleel
from a :av -vlucli pierced his heait.
Ihere will be Choral Mali's, sermon
and Holy Communion al S. George's
chur li n Sunday morning next al 11
s nt. :•■•■.'. Howard J. Klngolflclatlng.
Sunday school as usual al 10 am. No
Service In Ihe evening. Choir practice
will be held on Friday evening at 8
o'clock.
We're all going! Who? Vernon,
Armstrong. Kelowna, Suntinealand, |
Kamloops. Golden and Enderby.
Where? Revelstoke tor Labor Day,
September 3rd and 4th.
Mlu E. McNaughlon, M. A. Is visiting Mts. W. Woods. Miss McNaugh-
ton has besn visiting her sister at the
Landing, and la making a short visit
here belore school re-opens, when ah*
will take charge of the school at Okar-
agan Landing.
The coiHldering of ten Jen lor water
vcrks was the only business ol linpor-
tance at lut Wednesday's council
meitlng, Onlv tne lender and that
lor the supsly ol pip* al.ni was received. As 'he various linns have
been given ao short a time in which,
to prepare bids, it waa decided lo ex-1
land th* time lor th* sending In ol
Special rate*. Spealal prize,'.
Esira special sports. Come and see
Revelstoke on Labor Day. Five
matted bands, horse racing, lacrosse,
etc Space u too valuable to tell of all
lh* good things.
Mr. H. P. Christie, ol Ashcroll, is
at present in th* city. Mr. Christie,
who is gold commissioner at thai place.
It al present assisting Mr. Wilmsl In
lh* assessing cf thia district, winch In
future will b* im entirely by Mr.
Christie,
A ntcal tnjcyable picnic under ihe
auspices ot Ihe Sunday schools ol th*
Methodist and Presbyterian churches
waa held on Thursday on the Indian
Reserve about two miles tail ol town.
A beautiful spot wai located on the
river bank, wheie each one proceeded
to the enj aytncnl tf the day in the
manner which wu nin.il to their last*.
Bathing, picnlcing and gams were
j indulged In, and with the delightful
;weaiher which prevailed, a moat enjoyable time waa spent by all.
Superintendent Sykea, of Vancouver,
- . tig ani sleeping car service
ol the C f ft . pasted ihr ugh on a
visit of inspection A Ihe S. k 0.
' branch, on the occasion ol th* recent
. institution ol running a parlor car on
I this line. Mr. Syt : hlmaelf
as very gralilied by ll        ■   -
al  ■   | that tht people oi tl
district and lhe travelling pul     , •    •
ally »tt' • h« com.
CHUI1.CH OF ENCLAND SOCIAL.      SERIOUS BUSH FIRES.
A well attended and moal tl
social was held by Ihe ladles of S,
George's Guild on ihe afternoon and
evening ul Knday lasl, on Mrs Moflet'l
lawn. Chairs and tables ware placed
In the shade ol Hie trees, and llghl
refreshments were served to order. In
the evening electric lights were lining
among the overhanging foliage, produc-
a strikingly beautiful died, and a large
number of people availed themselves
of the opportunity to enjoy a social
hour and to listen to Ihe alfresco con-
cert which was provided by kind 11 *t d
The programme though shun was excellent, comprising two part songs by.
Mra. Aclon and Miss Bentley. and
Messrs. Glbbs and Fraser: solos by
Mrs. Aclon and Messrs. Glib', Fraser
and Holland, all of which ware greatly
appreciated, and piano solus and a
piano duet by Mrs. Lawes and Mn.
Holland. A little dancing waa Indulged
in on the tennis ground, the ladles absvc
named kindly furnishing the music. I
The proceeds ol ihe entertainment,
which will go lo swell the Bell fund,
amounted to thirty dollars.
Tea and re cream will be served
by the Ladies'Aid ol lhe Melh it
church on the grounds ol Mr. Peter
Greyell on Ihe altetnoon and evening
ol 1 hurray. August 23rd, Music and
games throughout, and a short programme In the evening, A cordial
Invitation lo all.
Saturday last week was a red letter,
day in the hbt ry cl the 'umber mill,
here.   On lhat day was cut i
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: in ont day by
a iiiiII of llsilte and capacity in Britieeh
Columbia. Ne initially tf a ctpacny
of 5.1.000, .in ihe .lay in question, and
without the leg*, be'ng soiled or select- j
ed, and cutting commercial lumber.
88.574 feet were produced. Te produce thi, huge total the mill did not
have to nm even len hours, lor il was
necessary to shut down lor forty minutes lor small repair*. On* can easily
figure cul al the ume rale what a .en
hours' cut w uld have been.   Truly.
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iiiiII 1 The Kamloops mill cf th* earn*
company recently cul 72.010 feel in
one day.
A     ,1,1 tl.rHp ---.;,..■ ., Ho, 97
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when two cars auddenty Hi ll    -
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valloncai      , N   affer
ent cause can I  ,
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ately, no on* wi
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reautni i
Reports which reachrd the clly late
■ alt-moon show lhat Ihe
bush lues which have been
raging in ihe hills during tlte past few
weeks have commenced to do more
. ihan just burning standing
timber. It Is repotted lhat the Columbia Kiver Lumber Company's mill at
Kaull, was destroyed by a fire yesterday, which had originated In the bitch
some unlet Irom the mill, and which
Is reported elsewhere In this paper.
Word has also been received that the
bush lire near Three Valley Is slowly
but surely gelling oul ol hand, and lhat
Ihe Mundy Lumber Company's mill
at thai place Is in greit danger ol being
consumed by Ihe (lamts.
There are also three serious fires
•round Mabel Lake. A. Raid. Dominion llr* warden (or the district, was
up there this week, Mr, Reid says
that there ate thtee distinct lire*, all
at present high up on the mountain
side, but which may at any time descend, which In that cue much valuable
Umber would be destroyed. 1'
wen caused by the heavy lightning ol
.'a. r        ,.
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bootbb.i Mat under the
verandah ol the Enderby Hotel, and is
now polishing shoes al len cent* a
shine,
Wllh th* lew shower* ot rain
1*11   on   Monday and Tuesday,
weaiher has tumid much coortr and
more  pleasant, though  withal slid
bright and cloudless   For the relief
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Ma|or Bum«t and wilt drote down
from Endeiby on Monday. Th* Major
hu prepared a tine map of the lownsite
ol Armstrong, having spent Considerable lime, together with Mt. R. S.
Petly. in straightening out Ih* original
survey and noting lh* changes that
hav* been made since. Th* proposed
new aitnea ol Rostdale. East-view and
Ptoaaant Vail*/ look all tight on the
.,   .  , . I  .*.' p- •- t   !- a;
,   In ihtyl  .   At."- -•
Frank Franklin md wilh a nasty
accident on Thursday mttmirg at th*
Rothesay Lumber Co.'* miD at Mara
Ha was engaged at lightening a nut
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mt ot the linger was
rot* to lown and his injur.
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Sewing
Wanted   .   .
P!*in Sewing
or
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Mil   .'.- ll EMBRF.Y,        Enderby
£ Wheeler and ft E Wheeler left
rn Thursday hr Ihe coast whtre thty
will spend a shotl h-.liiay
Mr D Fotbt*. accompanied by Mrs
Forbes arrived in town early In lht wttk
lo lake possession of C ft. IV   • .  !
place which he purchase] s short while
ago.
Mr ind Mr- C ft Brmklind left
on Thi'   - '• •      ratmlmttt,
where th*y will visit Irtends lar I
while.   Mt    Brooklani.   out readers
Will tt ... t|y disposed ol
his properly In l,wn lo Mr. fcrbe
state lal all
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The aockeye run on the Fraser river jgHmf.'-ct lh- Okanagan, »l
,i over.   The official liguresof ih«'*•'•* h*d come fully up ■
Prater fmCk lor   he year are  156,1
a        f 200.009 lets than lour years
av
In cur report of Hie Ind ■
which was tried lasl Saturday, the J
P. should tead A. Shieldsanl I I Bt
•aled ih the fporl
A gasolene launch ran ink a sunk«ii
pile In Ihe Red river, near Wlimlptg,
early in ihe w>?!i. and iti occuptnta paid!, ,:    comt
mra Ihi lht wai-.. * ,-   i il  .: -   - I  fur* laken whft
I   .-.ie  .1 mod >   ihtvtltn    j.  Munlly.
& litii
t-   i
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'ed great thing!
in tht direction of lh"
lr,wn  at.1 will
Thty have
SPECIAL CASH SALE
White-wear
AT      COST
WAISTS.   COVERS.   SKIRTS.   Elc.
One Week Only, commencing  Saturday. August 18
Enderby Trading Company
THE STORE OF QUALITY 'H      '       :'!*.-:S. .-NDERBY. B.C.. AUGUST 17. 1906
IE PROGRESS
W. tt H. I     IS!
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W. P. GOOCH
Barrl ■     Sollcll r, etc,
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Notes and Comments . seciilty
W I thai
LO.LNo.446
For TWO WEEKS we are offering at
Greatly Reduced Prices
LADIES' summer Blouses
—AND—
MEN'S summer Shirts
Also few Lines of splendid Prints
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE to Secure a Cheap Bargain
<-n these Goods
We alio keep in  .loci   FRESH   GROCERIES, comprising:
trie bc«t known ItranJ. nt GoodY    Fruit. \. lien procurable,
M*eH-__»-ue#*Mi__BW«|it^_a*-Ma
Metcalfe   ®>   Wheeler
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A. F. & A. M.
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We have just added to our equipment
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2-Seated Surrey
Oi latest design. It Is an elegant and comfortable riding rig.
and just the thing in which to drive a friend around the district
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
Bank of Montreal
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Communications.
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for aiklng you to is
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tni-.liie.-h, tiiuleg* by ether
a. ti aw erhuh it
i»j;t one letiule in Ihli ucti 4*etm to,
habit, it » bad
it sh;uS!. and at tar sa I am
i jtti«rrwd. ahall, be «h>«n up «het<-
eter it occur;.
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Capital, ell pel* up. 114.100.000. Rttt, ItO.OOO.OC..
Balance Preut. on* Lou account., W.'.lliill
HEAD   OFFICE,   MONTREAL
Hjh, Pi-
ti Stiathftiiaand Mount fttyil C. C. M. C.
: icimmendL, C. M C
h,S. Claueten
A Ceneral Banking   business tron<acted
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ft and t'anaia.
Sovings Bank Dr.!,nen,:
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Wtthl. cteacdli on dtman* without
4«ley.   Kat.ilurt'aniC .cnity B.n
*,., nicepai and actual Diitnct account* tteetvai
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OKANACAN      DISTRICT
C. A, Hriwie- >» Mana{tr. Verasn
ENDERBY -■"    - KELOWNA
A. B. Tayar.SaAil.   B.S.V.K.'C Afl    P.UuMouttn.Sub-Att
MOWAT (Sh BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY. B. C.
Real EsUi.e, Insurance,
Mining and Ceneral Land AgenU
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
TO   US
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Sealers y Gramteware
We hav- evervtl tnt Icr PRESERVING
Come and see our fine stock of sealers, preserving kettles, etc
OUR HARDWARE is the best on the market
Cwking Utensils. Carpenters" Tools. Builders' Garden Tools.
Hose, etc, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, are always on hand
GROCERIES
Our S',:ck of all Staple Commodities Is large and comprehensive    Fresh country butler and eggs
 R. P. BraJley - Enderby	
b"k! for Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
•. i; a-:* av,'.  : Ixensi n   rimber   irom ir. :   SIO per M
Shlplap, -      -      •       $12 per M
Flooring. Cei'mg. Siding, Irom $15 per M up
•■r Any olher inlormallon will be furnished cn Inquiry at
our office We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage,
which will have our careful attention.
ft. KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO . LTD
l.oJr.i.. D C THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C.. AUGUST 17. 1906
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
lill e llhon  c '.  .11,    >, lel  HOIIIVt
VANCOUVER B.   C.
["■.."HSR: '.«•?'•.
Wm
BEE SUPPLIES
Bedding Out Plants
NOW READY   Celery, C
Cauliflower.     Extra nice bt o! fruil
irees coming on fer fall delivery.    No
lay cf fumigaiing. Inspecllon,
n:r customs to p»y cn
Home Crown Stock
V/e have the goods.   Cet yeur orders
in early to secure prompt delivery.
French, Holland and Japan bulbs
will be ready for September shipments
Catalogues Iree.
M. J. HENRY.
1010 Weitmlntttr Road    Vencouvtr
a. c.
eo viaaa*
■XPIMSNOI
Died near Sugar Lake.    Send B.C. Fruit to England.
All Kootenay
Sieel Range
wearing parts
are made extra heavy]
Kootenay
Range
London -Toron to- Montreal
Wlnnipt|>Vancouver»St.JohnNJ
IXTT *e_»,_j
.    loi    Aug. 13    !:■■ loath  1
Tho Canadian Pacific !*:,ilwav has
Holland, a veil Kn       l   bet
.io repeal the
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lavorgi mil 1 lo       fi     .   vei     1
 :     ar Su-
1 year In -arrytng.
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it of fru                       Kingdom
ind a lad ria.-tniJ Arthur
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1 .   Iih**»|                  company
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Ins agreed tc carry Ihe frull. a carload
it lhe '."      • il ■
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Trade Mauri
Denarii
CoMmoMtft Ac.
AtiMi* a*i*A\i a ft aVfltS «ti*1 dw-r'iJl. n irm
fl«lf»l»     '.'*.. .   ■  .If . I   i       I  llrm    ■■.f   a.
I"*, ■ ■  . ■.  It |'f   »•*' ■? | iin l*,t-|«     I , i„rt, ,' ,ra
|Uini*iMrt)|*M.f.t*ji.iUI HUptl,*    .1',•...!.■
)*..<  II**   iat le-l  ,f*ltrf tut tr,  l|.' 4 I>*ti>iiUa
I'ei* i • Ui.     ' " e.rft, Mm i A * .*. i» «•»
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Scientific JlitKrican.
A IwMtMielt iltei*ifii*i *m|It    I •'<••< m
r _.*•<* nB-;..J. i.n   1.
BssaBP
I Moffets' Best
HONEST FLOUR
We do not use
.- FI ur  vhlte.
.■■• ll       .r flour.
i) bleaching process to make
When ordcilng INSIST cn
Hie CoLmbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.,
S> nopal. Oi
rana*lan Ito-aii. .' It. te..i*t Ir-o
Farm for Safe.
News From Near 9b Fnr
tAi*e aval i ■ :
Railway Bell.   I
I '.aele.11 y »ny pert.'
- a hear] el a tamtly. cr a.i>
I *g*. i
lea ItO aerea or teu.
icr*-     -.'■,»'-
" ■ '   m lown. a »g iht Salman At ■ i ad
»)  fcr'y liv* actor ta una em I
iht un»terf*M.ei '■ rlttepr ie."  t   I
«r 16 erc-pe el hay. trmu tr venule'.
jatltl  rutty ccated.
tttt lam
tntrymuu be mad* pertstwly ai lhe Pno-nit efftc
'   cfitii ei .i   '
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land office let ll
land la t.luatt
Tlttitmeaieadet a tr.
,e ...
I tcllowtng plain:
■ li At lament mrr.tha- tetieci.te uprn
' vatien of Ihe land in each year fer
three were,
i2.lt th* father 'or rr.etlttr. n tht father
la defeated', ot lhe hometiMeitr teudet
upon a farm In the vicinity ol ilu
enteied for, iln iMuiitmenuat te teuejtr.ee
maybe tatttfled by eueh pert'
tm* the lather or tn ether.
ill II the tattler hu hu ptrirantm tend-
enre upon larminr land owned by him in
Hit vicinity of his hemuttad. th	
menu ai to retidei.ee may be mittiM ly
mtdeite* upon the uld land,
Sir meniftt* iienee In wittinp iheuld be
given io lhe Iht Commlttiotierof Dominion
Lands at Ottawa ot intention le apply tor
patient.
, . .'■•-» j. i •-,:■; ac i ■■■
tut fer tttt teal and Ji? for ar.trctaait.
Not mete than 120 aerea can be at^inred
by cne indnrtdual or eempany. Royalty at
tSe rate of ten conn r«'ton of 2 '
t Hall be collected cn the pttt r. •   -
Otfatycl \h- " I thi    triai
H.B.—U.ctetl tiles el thr
advittltemtni wtll ntl tt paid lor
For Sale
Fanning Land in Ids to tun fur
PAINTER
a       ' ■ i   ,  ' - -
■ .'led on a cycling lew ic New York,
j . -.St.Paul.Mite ..meago
Th* Wild-nisei the l.ptu. PsrtUnd
CcttiemCt .(CaVp*. • " :
by lire .-• •- .   • •
Hector McKt -4 dead
cn hia finn near NiMiino.
• ie lay la-l     lel.
Ing Anderson ta g< on ahead i
camp Holland la „■• und
When Atiders.ii ret.ni:- i he I
deceased breathing in » pecullat
ner. and luritiiig him ever thought that
he had fainted Bui Hclland never
moved add in a lew minutes he was
• • ■:.!•: :k:::-n t
what to do. being forty nnlei Irom
• gave ii,. |.
burial and came back ts the clly to
notify ihe     rcnei di   '•'
A rarly  I
roper bur li
I In ihe coronet
Irtet. i linvi 'igate the mat
ii lihcjed that th* "■
General will act promptly In arranging
for a th.r:ugh investigation11
death, and alas Icr a doctor's '•'
fer the same,
WILL IT MM *
sicnets hav* awarded a contract fer
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on* of lh* landmark,' cl lhe cny, at a
ecat of ever H3.000. and lh* •   <
-1 lately    A number oi
•    are being erected, and the section adjacent:   I
" 11 »*iil *ocn rear
roada jittering th* city re,
butintu In g:od condition, and ire
ptamlng mirrcved methods of trans-
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A. J. LAPWORTH
underiskes
SIGNWRITING
Etc.
Eitimalei Furnished
Addreu care cl Progress Office
Bix ISO. Arnutrong
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ed by the Bank of Montreal.
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PAPERHANCINO "fi"»»************* **•**}*■
DECORATINI      fttfiin in MantiM.   It b*' igt lo ll*
Western Canada.!   Mtfb Company.
Premier R-b>'n taid the west.rn wheat
cropw.uM likfiybe :2S tttiliic ibu»heli
Sir Thai. Shupftn-iy ti ferrfiitg *
'■cup made out cf aitvet. mined and
Mteltei rllilh Cclj*n
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exhiblticn
-it.fi. * to ht at Coaafa.
Will Sh*trir^* lh* Mai
I If ihe nie*l cl the Vincouver Athene Club who have been sale**!, i  ,• it* hav* him ther* lor Sep.
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I   rtai in Wmnlp-eg Itr a
nark, and will try to beal hu
Winnipeg lime    In th* evening, at
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ittftty hit trophic*.   She tfd he lalte
t'-rt n th* monster meetollh* dub.
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mu
Cheap Rates to B. C.
Taking advantage of Mi
i. Hon Capt Tat-
: -        1 upon him. ia..  Ihi
...•,"■■
-■   :. ihe  .-    rs and frull
. ■ - • British Columbia I     I
thi - ' • nt ol help and suggested that the C.P.R. might do something towards the.r relief. Mr Whyte
evinced Interest In tht case and wllh.
11  reci mmend
.01,8*11
,     I, Altyrta and Saik-
...    : ■ || ••    ltd I    ■
" la I King Brltiieh
.i R. cannot (all to
ipprt lationol all who are
suffering from a dearth cf helper* In
the haivest held. If it is taken advantage ol al onee a greal many worker*
may be secured In ume ic gather the
• ■...
thus be avervc Capt. Tatlow'a
prompt action In him
Ing ih' high. ■ -i-ndjirn He
informed ihe Colonial tint n .
R, M, Palmer
n ib r ctndiiions
dutlitg hit appttaehing villi lo Great
Britain, and   endeavor   to   perfect
•   .    ■ ■   '
■ •.' -a .-•   .   . :-.'    ;   .-.:
to the province neat anting, ao ta to
prevent a le.Tittence of the rreseni
l labcr    If the s.hemecould
be wade lo include the settlement of
ll      .   meraonimatlholdi,,' I
they could cultivate on   their own
account, 11 w:uld be of Int'itra* value
I  the Country, tnd Ihere i> no reucn
why auch a plan ihcu'ed not be carried
el*.
Chamberlain Very III.
Aug iO   Ri. Hon. Jweph
• •     i/lll.   Hiiwif*
- •
of lh* birthday celebration he hid a fit
tnd hu Ml been t well mtn tlnce.
Th* latest repcrU uy hit Condition It
,"     .'    e,;
Ike al Hull
A str ng constll .:i-n
means a healthy mind
snd gcod »'crk—and
good work metns ad-
I ciiiiiiik   s_«iry   in   iwia iw iini   | ui* *1*     l_
ehuer.   Suliable tor fruil growing and ''fncemenl     TO have
lion last week at l' ■
tinpcriti Cuat:
Keif, r liri
'.'
dairying.   Apply lo
J. W M 'CALLUh'. Salmon Arm.
Hali
Lcyon
Hoi Springs S.inltarii.in
*;   ,. .-. ;... I'-,       :■   ,,     ,   •    e
Rossland
The Meedifa; ».'»ten at Hi      - ica -It
... .   ;--'-eet.
ea'.ia rami tytoi
at Ditecver. IJeel   Kldm Stomaek
lu  Butht nevet lali te curt
Rfiittini*t_in. Al -     *r
-•     11210 i     ■  •  •
n strong constitution
one must have the best
meats, and that's what
you will llnd al lhe new
brick block. Always
fresh, juicy and lender
Geo. R. Sharpe
$5 REWARD
-0
Hoi v a  Beketrb lit.
Well keoffn Koi.h in\A.
-
the B X n
.   ...    ......
.    atiing wilh th- Ml
■'
■   :■'.'
■    firm is ml
■
■
away 36 4-e:iiit£*
H..O0O.
Kkig *-..,... ,nr..,c, rt ,r,
Aug 13.   Tht
led Mil-
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Lai.   B. C.
Notice.
■3 V/HOM IT MAY CONCERN
■■■    pat       lamlgiitg limber or
• ■ ,•    .  ."': •    h    :;  n   Hie   Imids
I | •    ••       lerslgned t
f   W   FlATH
W  A   '
ft. ft.: ■
oft :
Shur
Cily   Barter
IS THE PLACE FOR
A NICH CLEAN   -
SMOOTH   .  SHAVE
I  ;i ii..,;-  ■   ■
The .",:•■ rail    ■ •    il
fnthif ill     ••...'.
'■'       . ; Ch ram:
v
■
■ ■
11 :
City . Bakery
mtcm;m
n
■
J. W. Bacon  -  .Proprietor M
PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C.. AUGUST 17, 1906
TOOLS   --:--   TOOLS
i-
■■■ h   " i Ri 3KIM Ji y.ni read i    li
l . mi   wn, 'Je'hy n i ?   51 fto :i yen
FOR      jp-z Mechanic ' "'1,v";   ':' *******
hyll     Chi   lie, ol   Ashcroll,
'■ '   •    ;'        ;'  ' ' ■     • " • .   ling in End tley. Ihe guosl ol
., '•'     K  Bentley,
:   ' eating and Roofing.   You rui
Siipt-i Inli        ■ I
• . ihe clly on
.'.mi :,r, ;,-i:Klng Ute whereab uls    i j
\    l-'i 'I TOiY1^ "'   I th* Inmali     f thai      lltullon,'
n - Hi rdayn _h! lie had been
r-,a
J liTe Union Restaurant
CUFF   STREET,    ENDERBY
WEEKLY  TICKETS. $5.00.       BY THE MONTH. $20.
BAKERY
.Are you intending lo sell
ihis ^1 ear
7
i
In eonnectloi with Ilia Restaurant a Ins! class Bakery Is established In.n winch can always be obtained the choicest Irom
Ihe oven.    Alwavj lr«h
A nice Una ol Conlectlonery Is carried in slock, Fresh
Irult In season.   Don't bake bread when busy. IKY OURS.
Everything Strictly
First-class
Town
II.
With
P. I.K-K
. rl   .
•    I
S-iln  n Ai
J. McQUEEN, Proprietor, Enderby,
USeWI-ffita
; j,,.
■      ■ i      •
1/ oi -    -■ CT*D
■ ■ ••
TO THE PUBLIC:
Though Mr. Elsom has severed his connection wllh
us and taken up his residence In Alberta, the business will
still be continued under the firm name of KIRBY k KIRBY
We have some
Choice   Town   Lois   and Farm Properly
Also HALF INTERt-ST IN A BRICKYARD
FOR     SALE
Hoping still to share your patronage, Yours truly
KIRBY & KIRBY. Enderdy 9b Armstrong
WHEN IN ENDERBY
! TSe KING EDWARD HOTEL |
ing acme «xt«italv« channel in their
The upper part ol the bulling,  mmt-mt-^-^-^^^^m
■   kll been usee        I     \yj     F.VANS
r :   ■ • - now beeiilg'*'*
mra store room,
-  •
i
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
ENDERBY
at u.«. Muamv •    »toi«M«Ma
iv           a    C
\\ mis (v opiriis
/U --  -\
tlilort
■
ihli lum tu entry * targe
•ear, etc.. and
• •ujiper atotyto
-•
A LARGE
STOCK OF
. -it dav tn the Valley    W«lt burnt bricka al teaasnabte pncea,
a..:       .   .   ■ .      .;.'•■-
'ilic Enderby Crick (tb Tile Co.        Enderby. B. C
JTOWN Aft. DISTRICT
j . NOTES .
Mr Scanne.
• ■ ,- • . •    -
.-   •'    •  .-
-. .
,    II.   W   Harv-y. presiiinl cl lhe;
Enderby Coal Mine*. Ltd. report* that I
the drilling operations which at* m
n lhe c»titp*ny'i holding! art.
' > -    g  very  latttfaclertte. and;
that in a ihstt lime na* they wilt kn;*
coal underneath whtte
the drillitcg uinpaeiijreaa.ornot   Tht
■ IW down thirty leet
at"     '  .       > ,.   -     I*.
at! he wai f
ing U> a sleep hill on
,ttti  r *
The Victoria Dally Cc
day. August I2tl
number, brimful ol deter
on Vansauver laUnd and
iansiseteJ si iii-
■
"
I S
Notice.
STUMPING -POWDER
.     e,, j   ...     ....
-i a t*Ntid <*t el Snmtweg
I .      '. ,    C       ,       ... ,
« J. B. Bird the
...
....  ■ . .,:■■■.'.    ..•     .
Gets    e
J. B. B»i> S.
M.  Httpel ol Mabel Lakt cant* io
lown en Saturday evening to partake
win* ot the joyi at cieilniucit lot a
•,* ■
Mr
,   ■
-
-
.   •       • Itr the
li which
■
- '
■
-
■
__________-"
*!;e test,
»   ■
-
.    ■
thtl the
,- - ti tan
r drift)
I
Patm, Ottawa, and !
iloner ol Agriculture  Anderaon, cl
Victsrl*. were in lownbttwtt
m Monday,    Proflttaor Shutt wat
miking irfvestigiltstrj into lh' '.
climatic c itdiitfliu ol th* Okanagan,
...........
■I imdy.i
,
intra pan al ll
•   "
■ ■    .
- bench-* In Ihis di.*-
be benelieiat, a   curie which h*
strongly  advised,  together  wllh the
tmdefdiaimm( of the toil al tft
■
open il up. making it more produclite.
The Professor admired -ur climate,
which he said was a mifVtU •
•nted tali the beautiful:
»h;-h he hid ;«eet In lhe
I hu trip   Sever*
•    sttbmitlen M Mt. Shutt tot
and u}«n which he j
■'•
'i..   ...--., .'    ■     ■
-
are raging    The.
n lie-m unlaw lid* ce. ' Ii
si Mabel Late, ihjugh al present it u
not dingetMU, at it U high if. but
dlteUM lhe pteatnl diy weather eonltmi*
Ihere it no ksiawirag to what *U* it
- |y '.;.  A.
In a letter t» a Iritnd in Endetby
E T Smith t*pre*»J hit intetitisn si
reluming is Endetby shatily with hit
family Is Uke up hit tetideticc here
again
Mi ft ft SlHu art! MlN CibSs
and Mt. and *iu HtfUnl tttt m
i Wtdwraday pet wagui lat Mabel Lak*
I > saenl a week camplrg by Ik ahatu
M**w*. Oibbs and Holland eaptet to
get a beatckin at twj aad hnd *9<tt*
luh
•    • ••      . - "
... Mi
r
Mrs '71.hn tnd Miss K'.^itg lelt
cn Tuesday 1:1 theit home in Mtatte
.  "
Mt and Mn W J, Whwier
-   Wheeler, a b> I    ■
W J !,'     r, ■ by Mrs
ai>l   fatnlt. CJir=e in lasi
Austin, Mi
take up thill t»nnaiwM tt.;
Mr Whtdet H   ii
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