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The Enderby Progress and Northern Okanagan Herald 1906-09-07

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 The Endert
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NORTHERN   OKANAGAN  HERALD
Wllh Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3.   Number 16.
LNDERI3Y. B. O. SEPTEMBER 7. 1906
50 a Year
Our Sale of Summer
Goods has been a
huge success  -   -   -
BUT WE STILL
HAVE A FEW
SNAPS  LEFT   -   -
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The upstairs department is now
rapidly nearing completion, and
the goods are arriving. We
hope, in a very short lime, to be
able to (ill all the requirements
of the Ladies.
HARVEY   9b  DOBSONj
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HEN IN ENDERBY
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STOP   AT.
Tm KINC EDWARD HOTEL
THE  LEADING   HOSTELRY  OF THE OKANACAN VALLEY
Viiilort lo the northern part of tht Okanagan Valley, wheihar
land hunting, or lor pleaiurt and iport, can do no better than
mike thlt home their headquarters. TiNe ind cuuint un
excelled. Bar reptile with lineal wlnei. spirits. Ilqueun. eigtri
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
•til. lb MURPHY
PlDp.iclXl.t
4-
Wines & Spirits
known brands to choow from
and other drinks    We have
Urge assortment ol all the well
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School nas Opened
and W.    T.  Brodcrick iu
STILL IN BUSINESS
in    tne    same    old   Stand
And has lhe Finest and Completest Stock ol SCHOOL
BOOKS and New Stationery in Ihe Valley. Prices
 al rock bottom.	
Send us your order by mail
TBk Enderby Drug & Stationery Co., Ltd.
Cliff Street -P.O. Box 77
LOCAL   NOTES.
Sir Wlllriel l.auiler's brother. Mr.
Henri Laurler, died on September 4ih
Tha Corinthian.. .1 England, beat
the Clnclnatn team at football on Tuesday. 19-0.
The Indian rising near Haileton, Is
reported as nol ol any serious moment.
With regard to tha revolution in
Cuba. II Is Is, '"iilcally resorted that
neither side can wl..'.' the other.
We are glad to tea In Its Issue ol
Sunday, September 2nd. lhat the Victoria Colcnlsl Is able to give an absolute
denial to the report thai Ilul .journal
had been purchased by Chinese Interests.
Mr. MacKay. ol Salmon Arm, was
In Enderby cn Thursday, staying In
lown lo attend the regular meeling ol
A. F. tt A, M„ Na 13.
The long dry spell ol hoi weaiher
has al laal been btoken. For sevenl
days clouds Itave been getting heavier
ind heavier, ending at lasi in a gentle
rain.
Wilier Wellmin's ilrshsp voyage lo
Hit North Pole will not tike plice Ihis
year. This Is owing lo I delect In the
airship. The Irlp hawevcr, when Improvement! in the vessel have bttn
completed, will be made iitut sprirg.
The sttte ol unhappy Russia    ,    .
sfadily from bad lo wont.   Assiuln
hum and murders irt everyd-.
rencet, and terror still maintains IU
swty in St, Petersburg.
A E  Huntley, ol Liikitt, hai nude
| i pecple ol the C
and Falkland district:, it
eiperleitctng a little ripple ol riilwiv
excitement, says the Advance. This
ti all caused by the recent purchase
there ol several quarter teciloni ol land,
which rumor tayi. have pasted Into
the hinds ot tht railway c mpany.
The thtoty u borne out by the lid
thit the lands purchased lie on the line
ol preliminary survey niadt a couple si
yean ago. Salmtn rtvtr valley is a
moit limit and promtiing section of
tht Okanagan and lhe adrent ol a railway would bring about a rapid development in thtl dlitrlcl.
An etforl It being made by Iht C, P.
ft. lo make tht Canadian route to
Japan lhe qulcktil, and ao obtain the
contract Ist carrying Ihe Oriental mills.
A trial ellorl It now being nude
The Etnptess of Ireland, the new
C. I' R liner, cutting thttt mills,
accomplished lhe Atlantic putage fn
llvtdiyatnd taren.y tw. h ut A'
riving tl Quebec. Ihe mills were
traiulerred ts a special train, which
wu called the Overseas Mail, which
carried thtm a - nllnent to
Vancsuvttin ninly three hew
the trim Ihey w-te feit a:
Empress sf China, which is    .
ing her way across ihe Pacific in an
tftott I   i real
Day at fcevehtoke.       CIVIC BUSINESS.
Job . .
Printing
YOU   HAV!
:;; ii'Ai  rHIS IS a
MENT   OK
OUR   BUSINESS
we would
remind you!
Tht gjucily number ol our oltlltni
whu took in the Revelsluke Labor Day
celebration relumed cn Welne^day
Hunting's train well satislied with lhe
pleastnl time they hid spent. Okana-
Kanllts generally, not ciily luJ a e J
lime at the railway lown, but were
successful in the sports. Endeiby beal
Revtliloke al football by a scort of
I -0, and as a result, each member of
the learn has a medal lo show for H.
Armsirong beal the home teim it
baseball by a score ol 17-6; while Geo.
Smith, also I that place, obtained lira!
prite in both the 100 yards and quarter
mils loot races. Another Armstrong-
lit winning lha high lump. Revelstoke
beat Calgary al lacrosse by 9-2. Tht
membeis of tht two villey turns md
the Vemon Bind speak in the greiteat
terms ol enthusiasm ol the generous
trettmtnt shown lo ihem by Revel-
sloktlans.
F. V. Moltel returned on Tutsday
from a trip lo Alberta and other prairie
points. Mr. Mcllet says thit there
is t greit crap thli year ovtr Iht
mountiins ind that busmen as a result
is goad in all lines there.
R. Blickbtirn relumed an Friday
Irom th" ,ta|    y.'.< ,.,.
pleased to learn that hu m|ured lost li
»'  -I;  |h|  ||  H   1
News camt tn by this mot
train thu tome very heavy rainfall had
e   -.    .    e -    .;  ,• •(,      , ,
Vancouver is threatened wnh a
water limine by return ol tht heivy
llttodi putting a great strain sn tht
imtervorki dim aerota the Captlano
river
Tht west-bound Iraki, due al Set-
mous at 5 IS i in ihli morning, did
not arrive till very lite, making this
morning's lo-il nearly threeh-rtin latt
Tht dtlty was due to No, 97 lumping
the track while going through lhe lile
Clllewaet canyon Further plitie-ulsrs
in i"gard lo Ihe ace I
momtnl unobtainable
Neil week are wit pubtiih 'i     tat
mint tf our civic nm
to tht council by th-
wtttwy lor Kneetsy.
Our ntighbar to thi
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of New W
petty there fsr thi! ,
PMOaiaa tayt will begin lht
ol I brick building  - Mt pre.
In Miltrauk*
now be male   •
beet will add one mare eo
the Spstlutt   :
which the mom * bt mm
outside    A!..
May It*., keen  Not Now
Same si sur well known ciltttns can
now no Isnget uy
Maybt I might i<-. something better.
Mayst I He in ever.
Maybt I have lhat t
Maybe at pretty geil :
Maybe I keep .itteatlhli ft urn
Ml|U I tail to I*ltd the I   I
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Mijt-
Majrbe I gel a iu.-i
Maybt I let th* clr-ck run
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Maybe I mill the kitchen
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Miybe I flirt   but I'n     •    ft
Miybe I thm and •
Since lm » wmn • ■ I ■ ■
bMlkolMrt A I. Kobe.It
Mr;  I-
Roberti Men Ml}   ' lht  ;"
umbll Mtll
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plac*t at, I
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n ii ng i iht clly council
ri.m        Al Ilul meet
lu 'I b-tweett ill-  .' .:■.., i .in
Pipe Company and lhe city ol Endtrby
nstructlon ol a gravity system
■ . i Itrby wa-. dual!,'
passed, and duly signed by Ihe May r
and cl-tk ind fltnesied. The rate on
tha dollar fer general purposes wis also
sliuck. and notice ol motion lo bring
In a las by-law given. Another Hem
of Importance was the selection ol
Alderman Bradley to be acting Mtyor
during the absence ol Mayor Bell at
j Montreal.
I Alter the reading ol the mlnules,
; the contract, to tht amount ol 11 fl.350.
between Ihe city and the Canadian
j Pipe Compiny, (or ihe installation ol a
waterworks system wis considered.
The Mayjr reported on the result of
hit journey to Vincouver. whither he
wtnl to Interview Iht Cinidiin Pipe
Company. He wai hippy ts slate
thit his visit was antirely successful,
ind that he had secured a contract very
lavorabtt |0 the clly. The chlel ptlnis
aboul it were thai It calls for the work
lobe completed by December 31st.
1906. wllh a penalty of ten dollars a
day attached fer every day alter that
datt lhat the lystem Is not completed.
It alto provides lor the holding bick
by tht city ct SSOO till June Isl. 1907.
ai a guarantee against any delects
which miy appear during that period,
such eipetut ot miking repiln to
come cut ol this said JSOO.
Alter soma little discussion It was
nt vel by Alderman Bradley and seconded by Alderman Bamei that the
contract be signed, This was carried
unanimously.
Tht nett subfeel to claim ll
let Ihl    "   * .-ar. The
,   .    -'inent showing
e   '        and eisenditures.  and  the
' ;resented their
tsllmatea..   Dining tht discussion it
wat decided ts lay a piece si sidewalk
Irom the nation platlsrm along Mill
tart * nerve the King Edward Hslel,
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tadley gavt notice thai al lh-
mng he wculd bring forward a
levy a rate of l-n tn
1    C  ■ e
.' ' I.     i- el .      -  -   ' .,-«. C,     J".
her own government, win be about
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It. led lo write to
• relhtlppolnt-
■.:  irate, and  aid
ti have pr •*-1 lh- water*ttfcl deben-
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■  ;.   h I •■■ '-     ■ THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C., SEPTEMBER 7. 1906
'HE  PROGRESS «hey can blame
je   sui.   ini: r."
n  ' r bi i . I R   KE! . IONAL
' W. P. GOOCH
19 ll     i !: trrl te   Solicitor, etc
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incorporation will be synony
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ENDE B.C.
PETER   BURNET
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LAND SUI .■
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Note*', and Comme.i.s
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Miss B. Manton
.      __ STENOCRA11!!:-:!':
Synopsis of Came Laws,   be ^      „0UI)S
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ilalty
Dr. C.W.Cross
VETERINARY   SURGEON   ANI
DENTIST
l> DERBY    -    ll C.
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 tu Secure a Cheap Bargain
n these Goods
Wt tits lute ...  ttock   FRESH   GROCERIES, eomnritinj
the Ivi known l-i.tml- ol u.mil*.    I'ruit* wlicn prticuruoU.
[ Met
Metcalfe   (8_»   Wheeler
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Wc have just added to our equipment
2-Seated Surrey
Of latest design.   Il Is an elegant and comfortable-riding rig.
:. o»kmii and just the thing In which to drive a friend around the dlitrlct
MATTHEWS A EVANS ENDERBY
A. K. e< A. M.
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Ut   10   December Wm. Atmteim, CR,
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( epiul. all LaM US. SI-MOO.OOO
Bat        '
Rett. $10,000,000
lacce. P.out. and Lou account., 1922,418 .11
HEAD  OFFICE.   MONTREAL
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Kni-jlits of Pytliias
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H.'ti. Pteti-ltiti. Kichl Hon. L.-lJ Stiathwnaanil M,<unt R*ytl C C M. 0.
Pm ici,-. Sit Get. A. Diummoticl L, C. M C.
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A Ceneral Banking   kiitircrs tronwrted
>ra!uio'.i available tt all twlnts in lht I'tiitei Sittet. Eut -p. aril Ctreida
Savings Bas\kDopar,ment   -
**"■ * *7r m^*mmmmm ••■ a     %rl  11 i-ctttll 111M
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. ".,   " ■ •        Will.lr4.v0U on d.eccfccc* without
deity.   R| a   • ay B,tl
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OKANACAN      DISTR.ICT
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ENDERBY "    KONG KELOWNA
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MOWAT & BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK. ENDEtxilY. B. C.
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining and Ceneral Land Agenu
PROMPT AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
TO   US
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We have everything ycu want for PRESERVING
Come and see our line stock ot sealers, preserving kettles, etc.
OUR HARDWARE Is lhe best on the market
C oking Utensils. Carpenters' Tools. Builders' Garden Tools.
Hose, etc., Paints, Oils and Varnishes, are always on hand
GROCERIES
Slock of all Staple Ccmm.ditles Is large and comprehen-
Fresh country butler and eggs
 R, P. Bradley - Enderby
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
Dry Boards and Dimension Timber, Irom $8 to $10 per M
$12 per M
AMttoMMta* Flooring. Celling. Siding. from $15 per M. up
' I   '   ' »tr Any olher information will be furnished on Inquiry at
.   our >fflea    We respectfully solicit a share ol your patronagt.
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Dry Boards
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Shiplap.
. ■    ibilititu   tiouiiiini! is which Will have our careful attention
Hippie lltd lm
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ft. KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO. LTD
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l.n.lciley. B   C THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY. B.C., SEPTEMBER 7, 1906
Princess to Blame.       Disaster on Lake Winnipeg.
The enquiry Inlo lha sinking ol Iho
sleamer Chehalus by Ihe C.P.R. .Meant
er Princess Victoria, has resulted in
the blame being attached to lite captain
ol llie latter vessel. The following Is
Ihe text of Iho Commissioners' decision;
"Tht ccurl has very carelully followed
tho evidence and the argument ol
council. We have come lo the conclusion lhat Ihe collision was caused
solely by (he wanl ol care in navigating
the filncess Victoria under Iho command ol Captain Grlllln; that he displayed ignorance of collision rules
Wt also llnd that evtry care was taken
alter tht collision on Ihe part ol the
olllceri ol lht Princess to rescue the
survivors,
"The court wishes to add by way ol
recommendation, owing lo lhe lacl
Ilul during the silling of Iho Commission it has transpired that on account
ol the Increase ol traffic In this port, II
Is of Ihe opinion lhat Ihe time hat now
come when special regulations should
bt put In lores governing the passing ol
vessela In and oul ol Ihe narrows at tht
entrance lo lha hirbor ol Vanciuver:
and It Intend! ts rtcsmmtnd ts the
Honorable ihe Minister ol Marina and
Fisheries tliat a commission be appointed to Iramt regulations to guard
agilntt aceMdenls which art bound to
occur In the future, owing to tht ding-
trout Mure ol tht Narrows, and tht
great Increase of shipping, especially
as regard! small craft, which at tht
present time have null rights with
Urge vessel!.
' The court impends tht certlllcatt
cl Captain Grilltn lor ill months dil-
it g Ircm tht day ot lht accldtnl, July
2lil."
B. C. Riflemen Successful.
Riflemen Ircm lhls province havt
done wtll at the anttutl sheeting tournament which hu |ust been concluded at
Ottawa. On neat ytar'i Butty team
they havt live placet. Vancouver hai
two. Victoria two alio, and New Weal*
minster one. Manitoba hai three
placet on the team. Ontario nine. Quebec two. lhe Maritime provinces ont.
The British Columbia learn brings
back itven cup* thit year, the biggest
being the Walker. Utudoa-ne. Oald,
Klrkottrick and London MerchinU.
Hie Cordon Highlanders' trophy wai
captured by tht 90th by a tears ol 727.
The prut Is leny-elghl dsllin, Tht
Sixth regiment. Vancouver, got eighth
place. The Filth alts won the ulver
cup in Ptten' competition. For lht
Transvaal cup, Motcrop. Vancouver,
tied with Hunan, ol Quebec.
SvJcMe >t• Port Slatpwa
Sitting en lht edge ol hli bed In lht
Northern Hstel at Port Slit'taon, on
Monday mottling but, Donild B, Robertson. hiH-owtttr ol lhe hostelry,
calmly blew tht top ol hll head oil with
a 4S-90 title while detent ol people
wire within call. Mr. Rcbtrttsn wat
i -of Vancouver and Victoria,
I bed lived along the northern wtit
lor ihe put Hlteen years. No catnt
other than despondency am bt assigned
lor Mi .•eebtrusn'tact. Itwatknown
thit he had not bttn in tht but ol
lately, but his friends never
lh ugh) for a moment that'
take his ottn llle. ll Is certain lhal
financial mitten were not *
th* deceased, at hu atlaus were pro*.
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T .tn Wreclee* Near V.     ,>>,-
• Gidiler was killed and liven
Friday cn ihe Winnipeg, tkfltitk St
Lake 'Winnipeg Railway.   A
ntar i
al Fort Carry, when a train ah.'h fee
operated by what is known as a dinky
engine struck a cow    On lh' .
train were liilr workmen.
The Week may as wl! -t
lhat silly habil il Is l»: ' hi:;'- !
to it Is almost that al inserting a rl:
Mr* si l sheep pasture on Vancouver
Island and entitling II "A sheep Ranch
Near Kamloops."   Inland Sentinel.
News reached Winnipeg on Thins-
day afternoon ol a shipwreck Inge ly
on Lake Winnipeg. The iteamer
Princess, on Sunday lasl. aft>*r a I ing
light wilh lite elements, went to the
bottom, and the captain, John I lira' .
and live others, lound watery grave
The sleamer Princess lell Poplar
Point, which Is situated about 200
miles up the lake, al 4.30 last Saturday
alterncon. She was bound for Selkirk,
and carried a cargo ol fish. On Sunday ihe steamer was plying btlwi n
George and Swampy Islands Alter
passing George Island Ihe Itl g> - v
very rough, tnd shortly alterwards she
sprang a leak. All hands worked hard
to keep the water down, but tho most
strenuous tllorta were (utile. Ai lb ul
three o'clock in lha morning, lhe lire-
men tnd engineers were compelled io
ab>nd.-ti the ftrerooira. The water by
ihi.. lime was up ibout their necks, ind
they hid only clung lo thtlr puts with
the grim dettnnlnitlon ol men who
werd lighting (or iheir own lives and
those cl the crew ind piutngtn, Alttr
lht (Irtrsom wu abandoned, the water
toon smothered the fires, and at abut
I..X the engine*, slopped and tht Ittim -
er was Wi te tht morcy ol the wavu
Al thli critic*' hucture the boat -
prepared and thi crew and pautngtra
mids ready io cut away from the
A',    n
Suddenly, at abjut 4. IS o'clock, tht
iteamer give a greal lurch, and lowering waves siiuck hsr. breaking her
almoal In two, ind tht smoke stick
went dewn through iht bottom ol tht
hull, The lit tt lurch wai Id
ino'htr equally awe-inspiring. »;id the
hull broke In two. thp deck hcuae floating oil on tht heavy tea. It was at
thli juncture that Loftus CudmiMon
and Charles Greyeyei met tl.
going down with lht machinery, Then
lotlawed a thrilling ptriod, the crew
and ptstengtra endeavoring ts reach
tht litebsati. Un. Jutph S'n.'tiir
had two until chtldnn in her inns,
and lhe mate. Alexander J
once went u her assistance. Mn,
Sinclair threw om ol ihe children Into
tht bill. Tht male aught hoid tf the
women, and the Hung lht other child
into the bsai alio.
Then lollowed a mad twit (cr the
liteboata.   All whs wtrt n*t in the
yawlbat, with tht emotion ol the
captain and iht two tttward.
tempted to get Into the ttftb .
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■It and Die two ladies IsUewed his
eumple,  Then another wave ttiuek
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•hen the Itleboat went olf with ten
people hi hir. who uw that the deck*
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the captain and the two tttnnluat*
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house.
Captain Hawea was an old ;«» cap.
tain and tlue-k to his ship la lhe lut.
Tht steamer went to puces at atout
4 30 o'clock in ihe mottling [un _t
tht lirit (tint glimmer ol dawn was
stealing ovtr lhe angry wat"
twelve mltet ihnotldue west *
py Island   After about thtee hours'
pulling in the bmi sta. lhe two bun.
en* eetiUVtmR ten (mma -
other ill. landed on Swampy island
They uatted a lire and tjwtit Sunday
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11 M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Ciecnhouut end Cted Houttt
VANCOUVE li.    C
BEE SUPPLIES
1 Bedding Out Plants
Nl '•'•' READY   Celery, Cabbage.
Ca lllll •■ ■     Exit. nice lui ol Iruli
ii"      mlng  n loi Fall delivery.    No
I fun filing, Inspection,
tier customs lo pay   n
Home Grown Stock
V.'i-hive-the goods.   Get yeur ordei
in early lo secure prompt delivery.
French, Holland and Japan bulbs
will be ready for September ihlpmtntl
Catalogues Iree.
1.1 J HENRY,
I'll  V.Vlltl .lev, I   le.ia.irt       V.I: ecl.ll
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CO   YE*M'
•xfiniiNcg
TRY   OUR .   .
Wheatlets
Ttuni MUMS
DlllQNI
CorvniftHTt 4c
An*- •■<• *■" '■ c • '•«' '- •■ ' '••"•; '*■ •■ »•*
J*1e|lf Uctiini .  <i . i ii i  '> fiM **Mter tb
iietatl       ll    l« II -   '.,!     I   |Mf,l|_4_i ,„   die,
ll,.rt*.l.   -UUfl.ellM   MlHOOt   'M'HIIU
••■••   Ittltaal *,»< re} f.| •-.  ,!■.. t !•'•■ '•
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w*\ w\ mm ' 1*1'  «• Ulrii tl t U|(| >l.,t i, k (,.  ,,,,:,
.   .   l«or Breakfast., scientific J.«i«lcan.
A •»•■'»■,* <   ■ •*'•*. 1 eteei-f     I |t«M1 ***
Con'alns   all   the   NUTRIMENT   In   Wheat ^:j:_:!:*y^,r^^"'h^
For Sale by all Grocers
IMSailP
TJTe ColumMa riotuinj Mills Co., Ltd., i •: i -!•
Po»M Wcnled. NOTICE Syro„ltct
, Canadian Hotrtttletd Regulations.
WANTED   5,000 or earlaad lou i.OTICE is hereby given lhat 30 /., •
tl cedar ttlephMM poles, seven inehei days filter ditt we intend to apply to the       ***
at lht t'nillend   F.OB. can. HemnsbKiho ChW Commiiloner tf , ..£',".'
C W. LITTLE. Und*and V.'rrlu I r a apeclil license ;.
Kara. B C,        t ml and carry a-aay umber Irom tht »
m^.t-, 'rtbtd lindi: sttiuitd in
Nctic8' Y»le t litrict
STUMPING W1VVDI.R
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PAINTER
A J. LAPWORTH
undertakes
SIONWRITINQ
rAPERHANCINO
otiwrs Lukmh Co.. L
B C. AianiM 22. 1906.
Notice
NOTIC
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DECORATING      locuta-
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For Sail
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ft, , ll*j, Armstrong
Columbian 1 nil. re
Halcyon
City . Bakery
n
■
Brace.K
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ari«vw ~k kt*
Holf yon Hot Spring*
Artowtal.  n t
Notice.
It is Slid that L:
:  will be
Dlvitltn.
Irish
Civy   Bntbcr   Sim
IS THE PLACE
A Nil
SMOOTH
J. W. Bacon  •> Proi/*le'cr
Subscribe ^pRoGREsa l'Ht- !' -.NDEKBY, B.C., SEPTEMBER 7, 1906
TOOLS
TOOLS
r
1    •■'■      I"    Kll •      rP iltry Y        .     Ih( Endtrb)
la, c c- ... c   ra      ,- .- I' : "' I   ""'•   ;;
is.,.  .. . . ■   .    ■     :■     'ing
■   ..   RK       M AN
ll ■:
Kirby & Kirby, when Inch, of
A. I'L'! .TON'S Armsirong, purchased A. Cimpbell'i
.i : wn,
Mr. C. E. Frlpp. accompanied by
^~)J Mi I  lilt   ii lelt nSalur-
Uy ior England where lhe-y will reside
i lulu
■   • M       e'i. dentist, ol
and will
here lor a lew days.
Si Ai   tt
Bargains in Farm Property
liTe Union Restaurant
CUFF   STREET,    ENDERBY
WEEKLY TICKETS, J5.00.      BY THE MONTH. $20.
BAKERY
In connectio't with lhe Ktstaurant a first clan Bakeiy Is established Irani which can always be obtained the choice .t li in
Ihe oven   Alvtvt Iresh.
A nice lint ol Conltctionery Is carried in ttock. Frtlh
iruli In itaion.  Don't bikt bread when busy, TRY OUKS.
'    '
lot
'
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litre isa
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:
Everything Strictly
First-class
^
J. McQUEEN, Proprietor. Enderby
\
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■in im
/U=
,; in ihe
.
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lh* light
it kins of
veiy careful In
*
Times are Looking Up!
Property Is on the move.   We have still—
Town Lots from $275.00, Faun Property
from $8 per acre.
Also Business Proposition—Reasonable
i    Remember, we have the "Bell Lots" for Sale.
Call and see us
KIRBY & KIRBY, Enderby 9b Armstrong
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SCALES   ff
1
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4    • blrlj to lay,
nu al th.
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Valises,   Etc.
j. W. EVANS, ENDERBY
whal ev< i". I,tn Hi-ran. I liousrwifcslwuld Imm- '
J. 11. McVEIGH
Ih, Bl \t KSMITII     -     •     -     ENDERBY    ll l
11,'s   nuin
Bicycles
1
: had hu
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-.   This
A LARGE
STOCK OF
NOW ON
HAND
The best cliv in iht Valley,   Well burnt bricks at reaianablt price*.
Urge or Sitilll Ouantillea,
The Enderby Brick 9b Tile Co. .PC
Basiling Salmon Arm. XomatOCS
It,
w. -.    amv*** inx^iito- —■■ ■*' *"*m « •*-*
TOWi. «, DISTRICT   |
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h*ld m S. George s
frull and
will hr Ihanktiliiy rt
t toe
• ttichlnes
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turn    By Ihe
forth that the
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ter, M. A,
,-,ai». Will
utch, cn
,':.' lo'ClOCk,
n tht  . • ir to thi Alliance.
-
10  lake
lhal greal , weekly
what Mr
-     .      -
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J '.'.' McCattuin, ol Salmon Ann,
Mr. McCalhim. who is the
that thriving 1   rid -hit bui
nets tt good and thai lht ctspt s
hay and grain and Iruit are eiceDtnt
.-•';-• a  C     I I .'••.    '  .     '       I i.i
'.',',',. ■    ■   . •
-.!.   '  . .- ;      .      '   -•       ee   .
Ing in all the lime, ind lhai he'
.ny tn.
quiriea which etch pott I    ,
He tayt lhat alter Iroublotn :
sea ol teli-goveinme* * ,-
much smoother at the Arm. ■
illon as a municipality is mtv
last being |»r .ved lo have b»c.i a wise
'
Lord Crey Wi I Vint (ii.-.r.M
Governor-General   ol
Canada. • ll I* of llie Domin
ion, will visit  the  Okanagan abut
.....
at Calgirv. gees from there I   '
.   11 tf in turn  ftoasUnd. Green
I
laklng Ihe train tine
.■'liilelhere.il-
lencv will visit the islands, and tltettd
the meetings ol the Canadian Forestry
at Vancouver on September   25th     Alt-r
opening Ihe eihlhltioii al New Westminster on October 2nd.   Lord Grey
■ Vemon, vlslilng the Csld-
r.lream Ranch lh •
ot wholesale price
t: ■( Jill
crates, Ids.«lb. • ' a
Sirai.i »it| drllvet •!.
ll.2ch.aBj).
CEO. ROWCLIFFE.
KELOWNA, B.(
Fruit Trees
Home Crown Nursery Trees
Apples. Plums and Prunes
tor sale for spring planting
For varieties and prices apply
io Manager.
CoMUmm Ktuie Co., Ltd.
VERNON B C.
A strong constitution
means a healthy mind
and good work—and
good work means ad
vancement. To have
a sirong constitution
one must have the best
meats, and that's what
you will llnd at the new
brick blcck Always
Iresh, juicy and tender.
Drttdnoughl DtfeeUvt. QeQ    R    SlialpC
;-       -■ -     -
ry ihai  the Empire'!   ileal
tntilcshli    rea
;   il   was
found thai ill lht haste lo build hei
| ll lltd lottll
lire I     1 -wtili no rivet;- Surely
•• •   :•    I Ol Hit   Did
■ . •    Man   ttti -'■   -ttti.
ENOEKBY
Sewing
Wanted   .   .       M,
Mn W. n EMBREY,
Subscribe   "pROGRESS
Enderby

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