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The Enderby Progress and Northern Okanagan Herald 1906-01-05

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 ihe    Enderb
p
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and  NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
rogress
Volume 2.   Number 34.
n'elDERBY, B. C, JANUARY 5 1906.
$2 a Year
Macki
inaw
SHIRTS, PANTS,
AND COATS
Every description of winter Underwear
Rubber Footwear,
Ci.ps, Mills. Socks,
Everthlng for Camp
or drawing room use
Skates       Hockey Sticks
K. ee/' P. lnalil Oiiiccr,
The following are lhe-  in,--'.  ( the-
Leal I, lne cf llle Kn ,;h'     i   :   li...
elected lor ths ensuing year.
C. C. Frank Franklin.
V. C„ Wm. Anderson,
K. of R. & S„ A. E. Hal*.
M. ol F.. W. A. Boyer,
M. ol E. Frank Pyman.
M. al A. J. C. English
M. ol W. Waller Robinson.
Prelate, Ira C, Jones.
Inner Guard, Wm. Cuvey.
Ouler Guard. Win. Hutchison.
SAU FATALITY AT MARA;
Mara  ml lhe whole surrounding
Ceiunlry was plunged Inlo depths of sad II
. . the- !•!• :       ;..,ili     I
Kail* Cadden, aged 13. who succumbed to lhe shock ol burns received I
through her clothes catching fire.
It appears ileal about 11.30 a.m. on I
Friday morning last the child was
lighting a lire in an Inner room.   She)
Enderby Doing*
Mrs, J. H' Bailey and faintly, led; The special Watch night service al
had made a bunch of shavings, and set on Tuesday lo join her husband al Cat-, lhe Methodist Church on Sunday even-
light lo ihem belora pulling Ihem Inlo gary, where they will reside In lhe i Ing was very well attended, quite a
ilia sieve.    In stooping lo pul these lulure. numbsr spending Ihe lasl hour ol Ihe
Married.- Wllllams-Venables,   On lighted shavings In. some must have     j, En^ish and wile vtoiMd Vernon old year in church.   The quietude of
January 3rdL at All -taints' Church, fallen oul ol her hand, and so Ml lire „„ bvm«v hour was nol so much disturbed  as
Vernon, B. C, by lhe Rev. Vernon
Vettabtes, brother ol the bride, assisted
by ihe Rev. J. H. Lambert, Rector,
Bertram Leopold, younger son el Ihe
late Sir Frederick Marlin Williams,
Baronet ol Tregullow. Cornwall. England, to Vera Mary, only daughter d
Mr. and Mra. Arlhur Venables. ol the
Coldrlream, Vemon.
The yearly Presbyterian Congregational meeting held on Wednesday in
Si. Andrews Church waa lh* inasl
largely allended on record,   Among
lo her draH	
The girl no doubt became Irlghlened
HARVEY <& DOBSON
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HEN IN ENDERBY
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.STOP   AT,
C
TA KING EDWARD HOTEL
THE  LEADING  HOSTELRY  OF THE OKANAGAN VALL Y
Visitor* to Ihe notihem part ol lhe Okanagan Valley, whether
land hunting, or lor pleasure tnd sport, can do no belter than
make ihu home their headquarter*. Table and cuisine unexcelled. Bar replete with finest winet. spirits, liqueurs, cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
BILL *. MuarHY
PiopnvtXKt
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rL<la_.. \Y/:_«- *«d olher drinks, V/e have a
UHlSlmaS WineS Utge assottmeniofallth* well
known branch lo choose Irom.
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house, heard har cries and ran lo her
assistance, and wrapping his coat
around her pul out lha Itantns.
Dr. Vankleek ol Armsirong wu immediately summoned.   In the meantime everything possible was don* lo
those present were a number cf 'worthy: altevfaw her tuffeilng*: but all in vain
representatives Ircm  lhe  olher  two Far in spite of skilled attention lhe little
| divisions Deep Creek, and Armstrong. life gradually beam* mor* dim.  till
An Increased interest In th* various ,,,,,„  M g,,^    mo_„     m
branch*) I church trerkwaadtctdedly      __ .,      . .
noticeable.   Amongst  Ihe   ilema ol **'***•** ""'" to ********
, business wu one by which lhe congra-     *******-* -«vwe* were h jld ai lhe
'gallon unanimously volunteered an in- house on Sunday, and interment on
jo-ease in the Rev. Mr, Ci iipbell* lajtedty ii 0 Keel*.cemetery.   The
salary ihuashowingaam* ol iheaapre  „-,,„,,fi, (lofi| lrlbttteS „s      „
dati 1.1 ii i i ih   ii "., ei i nn !.. ...,'   •
ihe ouior among which was a beautitul wreath
from Mr. and Mr* j. II Colea,
Mrs, J H. Cole* left on Thursday    Th     n ^ ■ cii    M
for Victoria, where ahe will vim her _ ,. *^..,  _ .   _,   ' .   „ _
mother for a tew weeblMfort journey  °L***R- W' Da*. **~ Dal*. E. Betting wiih her husband io England.* her* ****■ *** H. B, Jama*,
ihey will make ihcirfui.n"  I T he deceased child wa* loved and
Mrs. Colea la an o«d resident cl Ender- ,t»ptcied and held la high esteem by
by.  hiving been h«e ov !    Sh« wu t bright aehohi and a
jeais. Jiid will be greatly mtiMd I
'anient a Urge circled friends.by «"■« ***** '• **"*****' about the
whom she waa held in high «*t*«m. home. Great sympathy is Ml ht the
Th* beat wish** ol all her (fiends go bereaved (amity, and more especially
wiih Mra. Cole* io her new home •„. Mrs, CaddMi  and a atoom hu
tercet ih* was.   been can orer Iht settlement by the
_ ,    .   ad occurrence
rancy Uioss Carnival
ai ih* Endtrby Skating Rink on r ndiy
January 12. Mra. Jihn Fokard and Mrs, K
Admusion; Childrtn. 25c: Adults. Dala ot Endeiby areata*;.* at Mai*
cn Fiidtj_^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^_^^^_^^^^_
usual    A short blast Irom  the   Flour
  '  H.Halelell for  London.  Ontario  „„„ ,i,,,isfe ,nd iho noise ol ihe llrlng
and rushed cut ol Ihe house, yelling ian P********- *h«'ehe will attend a o( ^-3 by some exuberant spirits up
"Tm on fire!"   Her brother,  who! V,,"lrln*r)f Col|,,«*' Hie    river   road,  reminded    ihose
wu working some dutance from lhe]    Kiss. Ella Wrigh! returns cnSaiur- citizens who seek early repose thai
day to college in Tacoma, Wash.        1906 had entered upon lis course.
P. Bumet Dominion and Provincial j The Progress stall have been laid
Land Surveyor, lelt lasl week for Gol- up wult an attack ol the grippe Ihis
den where he will engage in surveying week; thus accounting for th* paucity
Mr. Burnet hu secured the conlrac lent* this week,
for the surveying of thc new rout* byj    Quite 1.. '.•.•! peoplevUl-
which the C, P, R. will run ther main |wJ , n ,   :] ;,, whom
line trains so ts lo avoid lhe big 1. , Klson
nesar lhal place. Mr. Bennett wt    n his way 10 Arm-
SOc j Ticket holder*, ISc tnd 2Se
Prite* will be awarded
I * a lew week*,
aylighl on New Year's day was ush- strong 10 attend the regular meeting
ered by a (all ot anew, which continued ol the Oknanagin Back Preeepiory
on and oil throughout the day. The He tayt lhat 1
snow was welcome 10 all who hav* ibly shocked by the aaddraih of tittle
occasion to travel lhe r.-ada and sleigh-1 Kane Cadden. and that intense sympa-
ing tt now  a* perfect  u  could  be Ihy is lell lur lha bereavet !a inly.
****** j   Eureka Lodge No. SO I. 0 0. F.
Th* curlers ne mw htpiy;   ll . lodlctra
tong will their happineu lau! 1   ' itlr labors
Skating is now all the rag*, tnd *">!9 ***** : ■*** *****
miny Endetbyite akim round lhe rink *** '*** *» "1,orm'1 l,"*"n   0m<* '
i.,.> i. k Isjace wear* cupelled to hold
The h.'jms of the curlers have ai j
laal b*eneetuumttei, tnd all day ihe.
curling link resounds wnh lh* "hot air"
lhal the devotees «l ihe "roarm" game"
indulge in when a *tone It going too!
hut or 100 alow.
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and many a clsie I s jghl gams ts an
lictpaied
Wild AleC who it lying u
lence tf death al KanUs^ tsr th^, ,no° Arm
Uv«r the lit! «» '    •   11   w*»!t,
A large IN .
IMI
The h: .pital ball tl Vemon will like
place on ihe I lih, of ihu msmh.
:a  Pentlcton
M .-itf alter a shut visit to friends
J. H Csrrfoslhasboughlweu :
i>d t lint piece 0! prjperty at
Endetby, Dec 29lh. 1905.
To Our Patrons.
II teem* hung thai al ih* close ol a successful
business year, tnd ai the beginning of t new one. we should
express our appreciation 10 ihose who hive contributed lo our
HieetM
V/e take advantage ol Ihe season lo thank ycu for the
lavort lhat we have received al your hands during lh* put
year, and lo assure you lhat we shall do everything In our
power lo merit your continued confidence tnd patronage.
Wishing you a Happy New Year.
We are.
Yours truly,
D. NAIRN k CO.
i   e   .-,;    I .
We fell ihe earthquake ai Mara en j ********* tf mother Indian iterr Vemon
Tlmday imrmng  Thatfi no one was •"• *>*»* •'*■ ****** **>***
badly seated, neither any tennis dim-     F ll Hilt was a vunor ia Vernon
age nuiiceabl*. em et our etiimabl* an Tuesday.
 ™, .......   *C'r^^_Thftt,U,£d|    H.  McOrmtck   w.   a business
ihtBleeianaiilHiMi.MapsiiiyeliMO'r lh* teuniillsn* «1 the new house Ihsi „...,, ..Vmma.-twitA„
ot Srnlertrx. ihti 1 r<ei_tA t^pnttsan «t he li buiMiw and lhal one el Iht Vernon en luetday,
doon wiD imi doit bam that awe.     ■'••"■* **   *  a**> •
/hat a chance lor a youM lady is it- j passenger* ta Wedn»td*/ afivnoon's
«e a food husband and a new house ***** lil **"<* ******,s Hewkthi
1I0 ih* bargain j    ^ Irwi^ht tr*    waa
■h«ay Limiber Oxtipany c"im**m <tiiiint " ** C p R
oatamalaie slatting I <g ng
NOTICE
CITY OF ENDERBY
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereto thm lis
^L*\*m*\9	
I Sib Day of Jahuary, 1906
Mayor and Aldermen,
lh* Sehaal ttttt u
TrU-.ll!.'!>.
> Th* e*tnlit*i*t sktll t* esieum**' 11
IwrlttMgj ihr aritinr; ir.i t« „>_« t«* t~
• i»o viitra ot lhe Mar. c-f-i lly tt fit*t m,
]*Dditt.nitl a
K-'.l   -f    ■■•■>-,.■■ ■■•
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from Kau!i on Tlamday where ihey
spent New Year
Just A
rrive*
Wc are opening out the nicest and best assorted lot ol
Furniture and Chrlslmas Presents ever shown In Enderby.
ITiit*na#tir>A ln Quartered Oak. Mahsgany, Kalian and
riirnilUIC Bamboo. Upholsicred Couches. Morris
and Leather Chairs. Fancy Rockers. Centre Tables, and almcsl
everything needed lo make a home cheery  at
THE FURNITURE STORE, enderby
Wanted a girl about M 10 do    Anumbet Iron   1   letbj
light housework and assisi wiih chil  lh« Forealei     ,1 ai Atmur  .
dren.   Good home. Monday.   The all, • ..    «
nounced tuccen, tnd was ih •
Apply Mrs. Heggie, Slepney Ranch   ?Bjc/(!<1 by ,||
m| tttetaaaiy. 1 a;h b»n than t*
Hi* it"   . ... ,<
Eneleie ■   .
lh* hiiirt al 1 a.m.anilpm
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mnn lln* early tm Monday fn<
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jpti*wase«s>»d br a broken ral
F. Den aad C. RaMtmn tetumed. Thu caused No 1 la bt lt»t hours
hie. and ta debytd ih-
C. ft ii-rssn wenl ta Kaull on comity   atouttd    that   town
lylolak* ciarge r,nh- bodu we understand ptimtned the   -
Columbia  River Csmtsany's ment to tlap whsl th*y think  aa ui
aiif* *l thu phee. ]nccesuryslturtiter tf hones on ac-
C W Lilile ts gelllifoul *fm*» «j^_"_,^J|*t*,wdl' b,M*  a
-1^» iti. IndepMdtnl | *'* **********
•it ol fttgm ,-»n tf V-madi issued its
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Nana von Irom T M il« i.tii " »a» been reduced lo! tnd
•   «allh-    . ' ■' I •  " ■ ttft peeduc.
st90 Th* Herald and  ihe  Ms
RereWsk* have amttjtmated   undei ' '      '
 Uim " -'   tht title   ol  Ih*   Mail He'- '      •
a slight sh^sttaithauskewst lell by n«w paper w.ll aj|e«ar iwic- -  .       Iinued tctrvllj
Salmon Arm hu a balan.-; m htni
at over S3ii. u 1 resull cf lira lirst
year ol uturjatatlon ail
The clly council wil. be 1
a imill balance on !h>-
Ihe books ar* Imaly balaaetd.
N. unalion far Mayor ani
men for thu year on January   ld;h
Kollitig on the 2 lai
Mr and Mrs. Emhke relumed on
Wednesday fr3 tt vuillng friends near
.•
Mr Miles ol •:
in
Dr ft I. Bentley |wmey»d is ih»
: ridsy tetutnins on Monday.
yan ll i Spring   . •
gea ccurst  c!  I   I
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llhe Sanl    M
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1  -i Tutedty »! ah tf i i We commend   this course la   th- •-autiiul ealle.. andprttKti   1
.;    Th* dillairbaiKe Usl   'h..igh!!.il  emit lure far lh* *OU!h«    .-   ...olthe
•' a     •     .-•■, -p •<   1*    • ■ -.
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aam natl the
bmldinga on *.-
lhal  th-ey (silly rocked     It>e   shoe*
was lelt ti! ■<■ agh UN
sly* Iht «h ;e lengihct !>     .
tabard.
' Ihe Hilling rn t.
are 12   weather permitling
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by Mr ■ 11 h-r han -
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■ -• 11 ESS, ENDERBY, B.C.. JANUARY 5, 1906
nib: PROGRESSf
JE   SUIS   PRKT"
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Ti IE RULE OF
THE ROAD *
WHAT THIi DIAL TOLD
11)/ JOHN Fi IIMINU WILSON
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cry,   i i.c- (,-cuue^ puton rods elceiu-ci
OFFICIAL DIRECTOKY
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r business tnd  Savin,;.
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BARGAINS
in Men's Flannel ft working Shirts
A GOOD LINK : WinterClovca on hand—lined
and unllned. Als good sir. . ng rubbers and shoe
p i ka Everything irrsh and clean in GROCERIES
We thank ou mi lomers lor iheir palnnage during
llie past year, and lire lor a continuance ol ll
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COLD REMEDIES
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w> Get them at the Armstrong Pharmacy ani get them Pure
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Don't Vim"
Out of Town
The
Free Pr
ol Winnipeg and
The Progress
ol Endeiby br ihe year 190
ess
$2
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The Free Press Is given absolutely free
with The Enderby Progress as an Induce
ment (or Nev Subscribers who pay one year
in advance
Job Printing
MAIL ORERS
We make  t specialty  .( mail orders.
prompt attention to such.
The luteal ani irirtetl'ItHletill
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relutti.
L THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C.,\JANUARY 5, 1906
fro*
Plumber <§_» Tinsmith
DO   YOU   WANT
A water system In your house
A furnace
An Iron roof or eave (roughing
11 so call and gel an estimate, it costs you nothing
Balli tubs. Range boilers, SlnK Water pipe's ,n:
Riveltcd stove pipe, and Ai; Ugh! heaters, -ur owr
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My Strangest Case
l)Y OUY BOOTHBY,
Author ol
DH. NIKOLA," " l
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|L'lrt<|t1>jMKt.  1*4. hi  W»|.|, l,r(   «  t
always In stock.
A. FULTON.
ENDERBY
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Tha t'llowhig are a few snaps ve have ju our
Enderby Land Lift
26 10. I mil* Irom lown. S acrea unler cu'l vttin.
Small home, located on river, on* mil* Ir I P..0
Price $800.   Third cash.
27 530. 7 miles (rom lown. 2S0 acres under, euliiva-
ii .i Extra t I li ii a and lean' .. coal
mine.   Price $20,000.   Hall eash.
26 160. A 1-2 miles Ir in Enderby. 30 actea un4-r
cultivation.', Gaol Wildings, 350 fruit tar? I. : , brisk,
Price $3,100.- 'Hall cash,
29 I 1-3 acrea. lown. Tweniy-si« Ituslscated In real-
dennal fa rt cl icwn, sit* 40 a 100, $60 each, Price SI.9SC.
Hall cash.
II  P I FF
Tli* enly LanJ Artnl wh* esvtra  a s.   s  .   s-.s_>s->
•■• -   •  ■- ,.        A  !■  11*11  Bl Ittfay ii    - V- i
lhe Winter is Coming
What about that new stove you were
going to have. We have a choice
selection ol
ih. man ...
li.cl  llU.1
ejfll e,j„! li.ee,    ,
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I Ihh.  he-   Mil. II
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STOVES
Ranges
Heaters
T,e   HARDWARE  STORE
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
EF"
FRUIT T
My Spring-delivery orders are all in When you are
preparing for Fall-delivery trees, .vrne me I represent th:
Nurseries ol Stone k Wellington. Toronto. Ihe
quality cl the trees sent out by these nurserbs is
as near perfection s. sclen'.llic growers can make it.
t. A. CHAPPELL, Endtrby
urn-outs
FasKionableT
We are now in our new Stables where everything 13 spick tn 1
span Rigs and Saddle Horses alwtys at your commant1.
Stalls and feed ready for your It .rses after a l.ng drive. CII.I £'.
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
llll I*'    *l      Ihl      I ' * HI
f.'ll rt,t»      ll ,| '.'. „'     . >     ,      HI    |       A      li-
uf ibti Individual.   11* waa a   iii i
man, nol mon* titan >>*>> feel nl
tll» elmhi* irtre in t«\i*\   it   |fi      j
tttanl uri*w in |.alrh« * upon hi- i-'m *\-
autl ''liiii, while bli ha r reaehi
li. I, . »(1..i,:.'*re    11 •> faee *it- (tinli..!
unlit tl looked  re- Ik- Hi-   uf  tt
■kririsaii tinn n man, Dranihant atu.-tl
and at ami ai hint, mkh ,\ ahlr \u bt*
Hert hli tfUa
"Good HrfHit.*," ||t* Mill tO I   R •■   I
*'*hai it flgurel   I H"*»i'r »i.!.
■•rtftfiir halta from?" Thenaddrrai   a
ilu* in tn. hr cool i "«      "\rr yuu au
KniflieliiiKtii. or uli.it tr** yout™
Tin- man before hut. htiwtvrr* did
nm reply,   llr plnt'n! h'» ftntfer mt hll
I», tttil hiri "tr, pointed U< iiirilirrr*
!lon h- hnil ftiini'.
**Knhrr hr «!"fin*i ttndtratand. ■•■*
hr'* iintiih," m ii (Iraniham. "Hot li*i
ipittt errtaiti ihu h<- *ani» ma to Iol«
hi* h m tome w hi ti "
Tiiiiii,. to u<« roan mln,h<
i-« him i" pruetid, wi,. r. "...I, ii.*. ta*
. •. ......
.....
hml apprarnl,   On nt il nn hr «■ *' IB'
jil he n tern?'beam* to
thai        f i j. It. nhi ri
dama ip i.hii •*•*■**
|      a      t I   f      ' I
ii ram ham real /ed i! • •
llntr tint'** nation*  i* retched out i**
t a ■ rk »n» iht ia,' Itjfori of a n 10
I   L.    t, •  .... || .   !..    |HI *        ■ _     1
Hu.   mn   t
ehtlhra lh*> BtiMtd be enlkd, «i -    t»
rairs Mtt liar *%** lon» at.!   •■.■ *\
Hhlit, wain * *a hla hi
ivrndfd lo with a a '«** Inthr* nf nta
*a-»i.  II.* *y* »•« ■•■•• • >
tnum«m Urai tha < H
tVad. Th - **i*   ot ■*.■ .(.».;
t.f u|*..t. ti» ..
h m hr (.•  * a .
«hr*hrr hi  1 •■"-> ii-
i
flnnvn, » ■*"• Ihi  la ■•* 11 **■•
hiniM-lf Im a llMng |
••My friend Mia ntr mm vmi arr
an Kt-jfliahHtan.*1 t»* *tn'. in a roirr
ti*t eihobh artlli amuiin     ''
«f lm it* ftoan ,J *■ •'    i  ' ■ ■» ' *
r.ii*eht,i n a halM i   .    Wi
•battv ii««iri«*. ud
eiirh tuU*   •
In*  tnati   -atssi.-l  tiriir**      I   I
...,..i :a,   -   •    ,      .... ana   i   t
I  rthtl      X* > i run an
'•it   I  aio  l-Jlinl, <ahi|p in*
. ilumb.*
Hue   eMI»Ot*tll'-MV*.MMvit   f--r    ill*1
llnallir n*an*« ■rnnitiie lm?ha»i.>t nr<l
Ihr nlhfr'a rhw***! ajM
"V-l !„.«a .•••       .-I |#fd," MM
flnrntbam, pii]rlnv»ys   "hoi bow »u-i
It all r«iliir a*
*W# arn  ll      i«. Hint *t Wl lnl«*
iht hantla of Ike 1 t • -
\\ % ,   their   -i
st., ..( I.. « .ik io •
lure na*  M* tittnnnttl n^iionfe
rUI lllll al Ihl* !■" I*. Hliilr. n* I \m\r
eMihtt ih j nVprited mr uf m)- alaht
Alter lhal lh<) lurnnl Ul h. *»*• In
i*ii where Mr MrouM*   *\*> hai a Htn*
> >f>, ih* rr  oi <l   in i. rhi re.
youra ti it") i)«- flrm nm wa Ui\*<j
haard "f- Wr only aoma up hare ('-r
ti nittiilh nl n lliini, butt th* mail we
ralloved told m n »" *■*■■*■ lair about
another i r beggar who mme u.iu
it<* Italian lome Iwo montha  agOi
llr hn>i bean n leri tf lo the junglai
md n ih i.nrii ,tt death1! door*"
Thr blind ni.tii tfmt a alnri, while
thr iiiiu* man itliad hi» hand anil
made a number »f rapid movement*
unun it with hli iliik*' ra.
"M> fi.. i. ■ vtAi.it tu ttnon if youare
iitnr   .t mnn'i muual" ba inld.
--Wt loal ,i ram junto . nml ho thltiki
ttttii lit< lu.tv l" thr in.iii, Fur Ittiii-
rn'* Mka till m what you know
Y«tu hat. ut ..%-■ wtiat it manna
in ua*M
"Sin.-r. v.iii nrr mi Inleraatad In htm
I am Mirry lo ha^e t« uy ihnt I •!•»
imi know »>-i\ miifh. ^••'l •'• be had
reri tliii. to do with ua, Ai I liaxt
•i .\ be (unit'.! up while our I'luli-
nt .,t> wero li**rr, Kt"iii wlml
hrarit aboul him frum Uregory,
gaiharm] ilmt ha wa- a lallt thin
ii.tu, who had come through (turn
I'rkilitf   I')   tt.i)  .if  YU   IliHi"
"Nr* you curr tt «a» frum Yun-
nai-7"
**That*a what lhe) l.iht me," *.»u\
Oranthaui, ">i re then I bava heanl
lhat hr wan on I a ■» I m l'okm«
to llurmnb, n d thai ■ • < wl < i ha*i
nbbed lum -f all be , U"
"Ymi <l .n't hajieUen to n member hi*
itanif, 1 bu|i|ioaol"
The tiliiul limit tried tu Mk thr
quc-ftllon caJuil), hut till TOloa failed
him,
"\- f^r oo I rememlier hla namr
wtu Oaofga Itvrtrem," Uiai thaui nu>
awrrodt
Thrrr  WM ft |ta«ar  fur a  fr»  err
omit, nfdr whleh thr tdtnd man tw
,      ig i i.
"llf •tiitn'i trtl yuu, I anpuore,,
whrlhrr hr had any money alt-mi
himr
"He hndtt't a rrd ernl," n\u\ liranl-
htm. "lh*' t hlneaa rlmr**.! htm out.
Ihey trot htm llie niunr)  to -ret lo
lUhgOOn. I tut(|«lt |0 Kn -it lhal ttr>
e-i.t«f ha rnkheil my finii-H rhech in
f'tf »tit another ami aomewhat
'  ■      M" it*.
• i". did aol baar wbilher hr lmd
mi ureaJoua ilonaa in  hi*   imaara
UoOr"1
"i*.mm! graelnua, nol    Prom   what
ihr) t..|.t t.„ | nthrrrd tl it tba ma
luiil-n'i a       '       >
V\h)  ihnuM he iia»r
ha*r   hn.|   Jr«    -1     |a   H    nl      i
I in ••nr h*' hnda'cL, f--r I «a» gtun
to u vralaml hr wa* aboul h* Wiw«
ttr.'t.iir h eu-lomer a* court Lw fuuml
aaywhrn '
' ma . uttered a hrary *lf»h
nut Minh baeh to hia former |maii«un
ii|m*ii I itr tft. >i nl.
An h»ur n  tt a half la*>r,  l<t*i a*
|| .   *l. R .    -t,i
«.. a |.v ■   i
Enderby Flour
Never.send oirt ol town for what Is tiiade as good as
the best in town.    In 3iippcriing h me In luslrles you
|   are supporting yourself and others wjio make ihe town
Th?se are cur brands:
Molfet's Beft, Hungarian) Premier, Three Star,
""'DRU-,'nr> Stie-w. AiriNev, 'ire •. ■. H,-.' '      -XX.
Wi;far Siii:,\|., Superfine, Grahwh, Wh
Patronize The Homo Mill
".At Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd. Enderty.
Don't forget
TO   VOTE
Hon  JANUARY
»&
ih
«Vl,i»rl
.;
I
-.1 .t.'li ,!.>  vt ,.  tfM   if.*- |*. .4111 I'
my further   It* knew *i <
* in llandiman «ah in hu i m
I   iintr Ihf trtfti thiitef i.. .'.. nai I
■ ,i. iniit alona la      Id        rttni
fl      (   f{li   ^    *".e J
I
ii
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THE
•.-■■>•_.,
4'.
"ANDERSON"
BS FOilCE PUMP
Will tump double ihe lntM I ■ •   • ll
—     lull tht povtr c! anr othtr. and nm H essjr '.■•*!
a lillle child can cperaie It II * I let itt;,
Its caraacily it'. N a 2. IOC*.   " i 00. I! a.
4. neogala, (itr how.
II ea* mil thi
•
II Mv ll
: ay lull! -
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rt it ••    •
- M loi ya,"
rt ;«ni -
•  ■     ':',.  » ■ ry  «•
-
P-.\:
Henry B
M   A   !l    A
VERNON.
I: ill
BC.
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Values.   Etc.
ENDERBY
J. W. EVANS,
Read our Ads.
\>i so get the lateit r
fV.y should be read
thi.) oolri_rbt   hoi   aomehow   ******
rtrttii* IhroogK   I'an y**t lak** *>ik t
..*.   i.  ,*-   |.r<»-ire fiMwl?
...yit fmil !«r
■■«m   i>    Hj t tt nnta lookiOK
10  |«t<t!t i -
•Writ .!.. * I  *•** ran f-f >       ' .-,   '
iirailliam.   "II ii'» it «* - *', ,*i )
•l*.Mh I** lha fordt which ta about it**
milea a*i4» "
"V"-!.!  ha*e tu eartf   me,    ihen,
for I'm l"«t far irotM lo «alh."
**f ihlnk it nn Iw      aapfH    »M
.«• K«*1I III ■*
i f to t i he ttifl
, lum   *jl!i    n    ti ii- tat*-    l •
i nan. Mnl when tl *  ntni r hml
I    'i .!. nn  hei  le   iitr
laii.nuni anil wl to »nrh t« • i imii <
i     i
lhat II a t« In .. lerj hrlmu
rramHnu   ihimaTt.   lha
■I  _-,-     •   I- nl maiiairril |<i epnlann i>.
iMlhttl ii leMerij, ai >1 thrn fa
nit »* Hell a« ba eottld «ith hia hand-
hen   .-
i1 n*a ih» i*ii I ^an do for pm
t-f*f Ibt prtamC u** mM "V** naal
hjati ii nt it to. air'' nbai ***■* if«t
t-ni t<i the nialloRf •***■ will im *»hai
fi!*- «i   In !■ ifl ..     *
lie looked Up and *aw the liitlt
mm'i >tfw araiahad him Intel \\y.
rh«n> mm a look of i!m..«t dofHIba
afftatloa :n Ihen f->i hit coio|iaiitan,
that went to the fooag **»l<li* r'a
heart.
"Iljr Jo»a," M "at1   * I ■ >..rrt f- r
t   'i f»ll"»tt     1     i li. t  •     v.   *    ;'  n I
ifi.i't   Tha Chi  -•■        '    la.   Itui
trarlcl   II,    .nt..c!,.
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•••MIS)  ...■! N.n.i f-t •
Iianr* .ii+.ieei ..ni.Tr
un*  a*A.iiliiitf
aaa a fact, ni iiertl ■.
II.    I	
i th ihr unftirtnnaif   r*
ce      '    ,„   . ae'h'.  11
a**  in. Uliilitf  ».f
'iiiei.itl ai tin- Im '  .
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r Orantbam   attea •
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«t     * Him are
\ inta  w.ih   ihr   ,
Haw tiirri?   Ami ckIm-i
tint >t*t| lll.il
i. ii lun   Ueanohl
•itt load hatlr linn i«k.
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bad  not al
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: ti ti *t
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rr.'*   mtt»\     thr
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ia la th*- »t
imt'    nf     hil
; eter ar
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■re- au) !»• now, lira
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\*) moen tt Jim, imi •   :. i* i..>
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tail fa  whlrh lo i*>*|<itir   ytut    hoi|n<
I
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is ■ ffl In  •(.•
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Ymi « i           rate then
la w- . . ■
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1    1     tl     i THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C., JANUARY 5, 1906
Xmas
^H^H_K_M»n. me-'._wfjea J jki
is Over
GET A
SKATE
 ON
Enderby   11
__:.'irti»iia- r_.......?<*■.
fading Company    |
_B*ri?*V~"" '"laBWlr■ WJBBMBI--B
W II Y !
Look
Can.pl
IlI'lT.
thn fre.
iwing appeared In |        ]  [Qf
I   columns ol lne.
Cheap Lumber
form his battlecry.   In in    i
ing a question, lie said he did
n '. lav : .1 separate indepen
.ir J.  Bah'mr, Loudon, England, Daily Tele !
•  •   pectlv   graph. I      nber5:
t|   ll        Why      ■ I English consum
title array ers go to loreign countries for
■  ■■  [rult when Ihey can obtain the
night, same as cheaply and ol equal
rm 'quality ti ,:i their - xn kith an I
•   kin     ■    is?    ["he  mswer Is Dry Boards and Dimension Timber, (rom $8 to $10 per M.
obvious. It is  betl I   '■    trade
What do you
Think of this?
vlthlnthe limits I the Empire Shiplap,
hen ll le, and with this Flooring, Ceiling, Siding,
aturei lor Ireland, but p Int In view much pains has-
that   lhal        ■"■ taken lately to bring the
$12 per M.
(rom $15 per M. up
TASTE
-tr— a
in New  Year Gilts
ment,   slrtienr)
liberals would
and fiscal relorm
Id thai
could be the first gn
teiil, which ihe unl i
.veto deal.
Mr. Balfour spoke to a sym
,;■.'. ■   .it
the I   " im n   in I
.. Inch opens today
il H rtlcultural So-
in Vincent-square
li   sr, is the latest out-
Is endeavour.   Es
laity i   ''worthy Is the great
; pies made by ihe
ral for British Co
IW Any olher Inloimatlon will be furnished on inquiry at
our office. We respectfully solicit a share I y iur patronage,
which will have our careful attention.
■lh. KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO, LTD
Bndarby. U C.
'ic audience at Queen's luinbla. expert opinion being
hall. 1 Heasked    Will ihattl       ire ol such excellent
meat:
•   ■
Geo. K. Shi
JEWELRY
or SILV
■ il      ■ Ihl  -   '
of the campaign!"
Mr Balfour plainly I
■
i would be
well suited to the
ii
itherto bought Irom c un
f upon
Ireland control British Co
ihrough an «,ecu lumbia • m scs to b •
MOWAT ®> BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY, B. C.
Real it*. C ite. Insurance,
Mining and Conoral Land Agent*
PROMPT   AND  CAREFUL
ATTENTION   GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
r    US
■
.ui*
	
SOUVENIRS
gi wing
Multi QuuUtioM
I ot*i at. dm i ii
Perfection
•ir.cl Superiority
Ira C. Jones
I louse for Sale
F. Pyman
I Mil tthV
Hal
H.N. Hendi itkicn.
I miMiial Al'lisl
lhe unionist!
wanted the man
torate beforr
past season 600.000 m re trees ""*"'
been planted and. happy c****8*
in which late spring
such as th se causing
. ui, are ah*
mkn re  in Celety. (ar sett
lion seems assured
.   Mhtilsc.
.-   under in it, a Uuiiit.r«tlb
•imes ol $23) per
med  .
cyon
TU \V..ii,i
tan im
Mm
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n  U«r  Knurr I
t.. An*.-
•  Sis i*
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Halcyon Hot. Springs
A..o«l ...    II   I
Mcivliant Tailor
For Sale!
Farm for Sale,
I D*et Htm
a 12
2 3D 18
3 Si 29
4 31 28
8   36 27
'
Stray Cattle 4*. ho.se:,
■
1 [orse lor Sale
les
30
The Union Restaurant
mt
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BAKERY
i* H»
•a I
ll bar-
n thai
!   nurkctltij'    IS
■ i assure a hand- ^^^
rel im to enteipn
ts. TheColumblan.il
.  u lhe    ..est at the get«t*i
, fjscnt show, and * as th: nly msttth
I    nt a private vie wyes
lerday      -ii on,   But other
Canadian • t'.uries. as well as
party s.,   -lie West Indies, tht Cape, and
ire represented, a
,i s-n, ,i m of English fruit
■.■■:,; ■■ ,:*■.
i-n remains epen
ng vewe.ting,
I
Chn»tma$ Greetings.—Pre*
•iter M''Bite addressed lathe  7  a\
"> the i> I Canada the following *  34
greeting though the  *  **   _J
On behall d»JJ
I    v. pravince most |_   _<_  22
-rkui*? ihisoppor- u
.■4a n: • -
."     . * of Can- "
a ,ians xe have j* g g ***
Icome the |8 ^ #
>:e  with thankful 19  39  28 *«
•is. and to feel thankful lor 20 .ts   it
, m 21   n   10
•1 ths lasl »   _   '*
•      n Halifax %  *  u
all ii m re than a 2s  40  30
ol the 2*   41   28
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the natural *eaith
III 90
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2000
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■ 'hint! on earth is perfect, but
the HAMMOND Typewmer
con i-cilon as *
Ivtvn
ttmisAt. gsv«mni«i.i '>•""•"
Tn Hammond is Perfection
alignment, beauty ol work,
• 1 hange ol
type, touch, speed, manifolding,
tabulating, durability, portability,
key depression, paper feed an 1
•k-in-slght. The Hammond
Is superior to all other typewriters In every other special
_ feature.   A Hammond must be
seen 10 be appreciated,   li is
t ir,   far and away ahead of any other
typewriter made. . . .
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COMPANY
TmoMO. AS AtrtaMr Vrwl •   -;
*•••■' - >1   IBS M Jamaa.
Slit
er annu*'
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M. J. IIKNRY'S
NURSERIES
3010 Wt*tmintl«r R'.
Vancouvtt, B. C.
tm
B. C. Crown Stock of Fruit
and Ornamental Trees
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