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The  Endert
eroy
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J  NORTHERN  OKANAGAN HERALD
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Volume 4.   Number 16.
ENDERBY. B. C, SEPTEMBER 6. 1907.
Price, $1 50 * Yf.ai-
A CHEAT
Bargain Sale
NOW ON OF ALL SUMMER
GOODS
Our New   Stock   of
Men's and Women's Shoes
Just   Arrived
Harvey & Dobson
We also keep a lull stock ol—
FANCY GROCERIES
TOWN 9b DISTRJCT
. NOTES.
Mr. and Mn Frrlur.t- wenl lo Pen-
tlcicn on Monday on a visit.
Mr. and Mra E. Bennett, cl Mara,
vtre visitors In town on Wedntsday.
Mr. G. Rosoman relumed heme on
j Monday Irom a week's holiday spent
at Summeiland.
H. W Harvey returned on Monday
! evening lie m Shuswap Lake, where he
had gone on a shooting trip.
Miss Beattie returned mi Monday Ic
reiutnt her duties aa leaehtl In the
public school here after spending the
holidays with her parents at Kamlceps,
F. Burnet wenl up lo Iht neighbor'
Rritrlo-P nUattpr Tho ,0" °'dealh caUi,li by lhe co1'
DI lU^C l/l»a»lCI |apss 0| )ho Qnu Ca,,til,v„ Mige
nf   Oll6b6C """'-hers at Ittst 75 and may teach 85
** The lerrlllc drop ol lha gieal steel
structure Irom 180 Ieel above the sur-
A section ol the new bridge across. (ac, e( lh, r(v,r crushed Ihe bodies ol
Ihe St. Lawrence river, Ilve mllea be-1,_,.,,, o( lh, workmen In a (rlghlliil
low Quebec, collapsed bat Thursday.; ,,,„„,,,. an(j 1( _ |eared many ol ihem
carrying secies ol budge woikers and |1(iV<ll W1||),, |ounji
mechanics into lhe water. i    Many 0| .•„, dead were Americans.
The bridge was abeul a mile and a broughl „ Qatirc  by the Plioenu
hall in length, and hall ol II, Irom lhe Br.dgeCompaiiy.olPhoenixvlllc.Penn.
which had tht contract lor the con-
atnicllon work on the bridge.
The autvlvcrs are ao completely
numbed by tht disaster thai they am
unable lo lell exactly how It happened.
Those on shore say that the notlh end
ol the aich bent down a Unit and a
Coi
ntinuing
Our
(Great Reduction]
SALE
This Week's Specials:
Bibles   • -   Hymn Books   • -   Prayer Books
1^.1 e^t a«Wi
Razors   ■   Razor Strops   -   Shaving Brushes
Case Pipes   -   Cigar Holders • Cigar Cases
Cigars In boxes—25 or 50.   Call and see samples ol Cigars and we will quote rock-
bottom prices.
south short le midstream crumpled up
and drepped Into the water. About
ninety mtn were at work on this sec-
lion of the ttructure, and the whistle
had (usl been blown at 5.30 lor the
men to quit wotk lor the day. when
there came a grinding sound hem the
bridge at mtdatream.   The men turned; mom,„;.,.„ ,he who,e ,no,meul „b,
to att whal had happened, and an In- f |c ^ |0 M|„, d(lWn ^ „ „„,
aianl later  the cry wont up:   The tlrf „,„ ,,„ w|th , grtal phl|)_,<whlch
hood el Shuswap Lake on Sunday to]bridge is falling." jchumed up the river and lell only a
do some more ptospeciing. The men made a tuih aheie»ii6. • y^j, whtf# t  mBmnx MLn had
Owing to tht daik. dull day ,„,,»»■*«'hedlatanceay too great lor their.!„„. ,„, ^|nWng „ th, WQ-f.
.tactile llghla tiete turned in., lh. * ???   ^ WJ" T" ,   T *"ltii b"d«,•
uwmill on Monday al II a.m. .nd|b*WS< *"***<* '*"» _"w"' ""     Nlnely-two men were working cn the
were kept cn all the alltrnaen. * **"» "* «*! ***<*, * bridge when II collapsed, ai.
. u   4»r* • *** * *,my*   Tmwl<m'; tight wtrt recovered altv. immediate-
A sped, .ran came In on Men   y „M.neu t01h, ,M,c(,h, Irlghttn^ •,;.,,,, ,h,lilusl„ fch,bMU
to oonve, th. pleasure anker, rl «.. wotltme- M ,h„ ,H ^.w,,.,. M ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^
only a lew ol them reached safety btlort the latt piece ol tht v.ih tf the
south aidt waa dragged Into tht river.
Tht steamer Clrnmounl hid Just
cleared tht bridge when tht first section went   Tht water thrown up by
■ft.   '.'-,,:■     :■. ■.•-.:     tr, llr-    e   :,-
Miss Roblttion. lormtrly In cha.ge^ mtmmh T|w ai„ it „_,
of tht Udtea- Dtpmineo. In Haiveyjk.,^,,^, Tht small boaiaplltd
k Dobicn a .tore, Imt n8» d Vanaai-1 tackwrdj — (awtd| 6y„ ,„, Mmk.
— wreckage lor hill an hair, but Uiere
i no sign ol life The twisted Iron
I steel held its victims in a tenible
ih-grtp.
Valley to the RivtUickt Ubar Day
celetrallcns,
R. R Cibba and atslera. Mlssea M.
and K. T. Glbbs, and Miu Footer
returned on Friday Irom Mara Uke
when thty had spent a week camping.
■r.
uainiati-.ea.
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beliclthat the anchor (ler .artway
under tht tieiteetidoui attain ol tht
overhanging steelwork,
A locotnctivt and atveral Irtighl
loadedsnh ateel girders wire moving
out Upon tht bridge Jual belcie the
atnictuie ctllapatd,
- Krgineerjesie.whowuon tht tea-
motive, wtnt into lht rivtr with hu
engine, but wat pieted up 3C0 (eel be
low tht bridge. Fireman Davis pei-
ithtd
r , r-,e;. h «.•■ rt    nil ; atk
cchiituts will bt
ml el the Child.
. hctptlil. when ht rapidly recovered
;dr<~ ,s*<££_£P •»■ **- h«** *» *
jdoitn (ovemmeni ana ytwDtc tanagej
Ccmiany's tuga began a search cl the,
St
ra'.   le
School reopened on Tuesday mom
rnlM    Accwdmi lo hia story, the
.-•elk overhanging the river waa
Lawrenct lor lhe viettma tl the  . "   **
ih? tarsi In ahov atgns ol weakncaa
, Al tht tint sign ol danger. Jiim ahui
oil steam, but his locomotive conlinued
lo move lowaid tht end ol iht bridge,
which had ba gun lo tolttr. and a moment later the engmt went inlo iht
REMEMBER—We are selling Hair Brushes
and Combs at HALF PRICE.
Ladles' Purses and Bags at prices unheard
ol belore
Lowney's, Webb's, Ganongs. and McCormlck's
Chocolates—handsome packages—Iresh in
Uoo*.   On Monday, Sent. 2nd. to,
i. and Mrs. J. F, Moore, a daughter.
Tht ChilJren'a Aid Sacniy ol Van-
fcij wnh a latge ailendance el pupils ***** have a number cdbeyt horn ,„„
Owu^ to lht eateniivt repalta and lo ,m **> ,"*lw ***** *<* ***&*<** **** The Quebec bridge waa ttmaikabl
Iht Uigt addition which has beta '» *"h •«•«•««•» I* C. J. South, m that it wat to be lht longeil aicgle-
madt lo Ihi aehotl tht openii* had Seeiettry. Vincouver, 3 K^,B cantilever bridge la lht world, the
been delayed A number tl our vcung apottsmtn **>4*h tf tin iptn ln iht centre being
Mra   J,W, Gardom. ol Vieiorii  lomnaitJ to Mabel Ltkton Monday teCOIttl.or JCOIttl longer than lhat
tail lormeity ol M uil Ida e»mi m ***** w*t,t'»**************************** **,b* F"**** Pcnh ****** *********
cn Monday and U vesiltngher diugh- ******   Th»mnlhtptil,inrtMeian, lht werlda Ittpst nr«le beidgt ap«n
ten Mra. F V Vtmblea and Mrt. A  w- cl*''* w  <immm. U.  Dun-     The ijuebcc bridge wta begun ibml
R. Price and hir urn B Gartom       *•*"•. H *-*V* ** C Htncocli.     »tvea yean tg». and II wu to be lm
PMriaa. am ihia mam, ahlp out *< «* ***** Church mrtm ne,. JJJ^JJ' JU^ ^.^
10.000 crates ol ptachet. Minyol Sunday morning in tht Orange MtH. ,.(.»,„,„,»,,„ ^^ exXft, ^^
lilt treea will bur Ma crattitach lhe paalor. Rev Mr Jmes. wiUgwta andlhttalimiledc«ato»llit*«orli was
ThU la a pttlly good record lor a *l*cl»l addrtai lo young peoplt ^i $10,000,000
ptact whtrt tht orchareU hav. bten "Dangen lo Avoid " __._._.",
t*A Train Wink
Tht stcsnd of a teieet ol Medal     .
Com«U%illbtl»ldlnlh.Pi«byl.r. c^'      ' ,'
See our Bargain Counter
for Extra Special Bargains
in Fancy Goods, etc.
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Pewicttin Pieu.
Mr. and Mir. W ft Morris, of
England, aie tht guest! tf Mr ft ft '
Foratir. ollht Slim ji Arm load. Mi.
Morris U Ihe lepr".* ila'-.t* tft
,,
Honda »lh. The
.
£rt>grammt will consitl cf
ieciiatl«t>.   A small *;■..* ■
• II tru * i
will be il
The; •
•. -      •• lh- Midway it Velum Church WiB meet at lh. honteoIMn
the Valley gain. Biadley -.   Sen llth.it
I ll
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till feed th» . ai
*« 2 JO pin    Tea >ili le te* el from
tiain was from Owen S und and pulled
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«  ae-      •   ur en
a.       a    .    -
I band ts growing is *
has been sui   •
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-n fatally, and ll>
Mail Orders Solicited.
amammmrmmamtWMtaXariSavimaamatmmtxm
Already em ugh turn went rwt lo RevetUtoke I
to pay for tl
lhal ttywn on Labor lia,
th«
Th- band t .    •
[Enderby Drug & Stationery Co., Limited.]
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W. and
man lell
- i"um?Mt
■  . ■• their ll
i giving Day
'We have bm •    with th*
reduced rates to thr Mew Westminster
and Victoria Bi • - Kndeiby man i
The lire la New        ;
return Is ill 70. li;!t'jl<i on Lat ••
27lhtr -l e-ii • I gar.     «V
•r  10th   Tht Victoria rale Is hefa- I >s wh ■
jti4 JO, tickets ten iale Sept. 20th to rtidlttlg Ititrt 1
24th. g-jd lo letum till Oct 3rd. ar I
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. THE KMiK'.'.IIY I'HOURESS & NORTHERN OKANAQAN HERALD.
IF   P ROG R E SS ! grating effect ol time and the
It'abl Ity  ol  lhe structure
■ ■ Ir tmcar traffic were culpably Ignored, so In the case of
the Quebec bridge ihere was
probably some elementary defect which at a critical period
ol construct! n made itself
manifest, with the dire results set
■ rth in ; atches.   Some
■  ind I and the conse-j
miscalculation
has involved a great number of!
-amlHes in  Canada   and   lhe
United Stales In aesolation and
, i: aiII probably be claim-'
PE I'ER     BURNE I   a I that a weakness or defect inl
..nds or girders, or perhaj
carelessness in  laying   lown
piers or foundations, was the j
primary cause of the collapse
w  k I
' Jt    SUIS   PBET."
PiSiWrteii aaeh Friday si Endeiby. a c
Hit Eiltn it Canada
r. ■   .   •   a   I   ■■   a   • ••     i   .-.a m Mill
three n s
V  ,    |ltt|   ratal    1     * ! tee It     el
•i ■ igular leoala. I!
-    ,    ... -. •<   n
, - .      -    - . I a •
.       tie at the • •
PROKKSSIONAl.
Kootenay asT^**-!
pan is exception- !WrfinfiB
lally large. Holds %-   ,®
' a two-days' ac- | IV
v   HON- PROVINCIAL
LAND SURVEYOR
nju block
RBY
W. E. Banton
RISTER. S    ■
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i BY. B,C
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partially constructed
bridge. Bui. even so. in such
a work, where the stability oi
the whole structure depended
upon the soundness of Its every
part. Ihere must surely have
been some one upon whom
was imposed the responsibility
of making tests and providing
L.O.I..No.446 material free from (law or de-
re will ui
be a :-
andll criminal negllgen
be proved, those responsible
will suffer ths consequences of
their carelessness.
cumulation.   Re
Smoved easily, like a dresser
drawer.    Flanges attached to
tire-pot guide, all ashes into pan."
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Church Services
S. George's Church
I lou Communion; Ist. and -Hli
Sundays In llie month. II am.; 3rd
and Slh Sundays In Ihe month. 8 a.m.
also on Saints' Days at 8 ant
Mariws Every Sunday, escept tlte
.'ud in ilia monlh, II a.m.
Litany; JrJ and Slh. Sundays in
Ihe month. 11 am
K'.'i r.r    ...   l-.v-.ry Sunday .' .K p n
Also on Fildays al 7 30 p.m.
Suiipay School: Every Sunday
10 a in.
Hot.vB»eiiiM  by arrangement
Mission op S. John the Evangelist, Salmon Aum
Services conducted by ihe '     i
12nd   Sunday in the monlh.   On all
{other Sundays by Lay Reader.
Rav. Francis Vkknon Vinablei
Vicar
•Metmodisi Church
Divine  services evety Sunday at
7.30 p.m.
Sundiy School and Bible Claas al
j 2 30 p.m.
Praynr meeting, Tuesday, at 8 p.tn
A N. Mii.ua. Pastor
St. Andrew's Church
Services at 11 a.m.   Sundiy school
MS   Rev, V Campbell, Pastor,
A. F. & A. M..
Th«rrJ"
MCCLARY'S
Ci.DUI. lOKOM'i. MUllKltt. Wl .MN.C Va.CtH.UK. 81. JOHN, IUMIUOI
A.FULTON       •       -       -       Local Agent
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Notes and Comments
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The repirt ol the provincial'
mineralogist, W F, Robertson.
to the Minister ol Mines, lor,
the past year has been issued, j
It gives gratifying Information;
regarding the year's production'
ol mineral, shoving a greater j
value having been derive
the mines in 1906 than lit any
previous year. The report •
says thai the production tori
the year 1906 was $24,980,546. ]
which is 112 percent, greater?
than that of 1905. JI per cent '
greater than in 1904. and 42 8
per cent, greater than in 1903.
Tlte increase last y-
due chiefly to Boun
Coast districts, with a slight increase in the Casslar
East Kootenay and Ca
districts aboul held thsli
last year, while Ltllooet and
Wesl K wtenay shoved a con
•   decrease    In   this
latter di! rl I       -.ever. Alns-
n doubled i:s
.input. Rossland and Ncis:n
nearly held their own. but Slocan and the rest ol the district
• -! a marked decrease
■nnage of ore mln^d In
• exclusive
*« lhls ar 1,963.872
or 15
,:i in 1905.
mines from
In h shipments ;>ere made in
1906 were 154, si
only 77 shipped over 100 tons
each duiin,: u ;'acttc-
ally m change Irom ths pre-
I /ear
Some 41 mines shipping in
excess ni 1000 tons each during the year, of which fourteen
xttt In ths 13 .miliary district.
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six in Frail mining division, ani
isl
■•  ,
ihe mines
province lor each yeat
1890 to 1906 sIisas "ha.'.he
output   has increased nearly
ind has i     reached a
•un (or the past year
value.: i m re
ihahd ■ ll In 1899.
A WOMAN'S
TESTIMONY
Why d I use MOFFET'S "BEST" FLOUR?
you a many reasons, chief among which
are: ll m superiority.   Its great strength
and thc absoiu'e cert-.imy of Its results. I have
tried many other fli urs and from some have
made good bread at limes. MOFFIiTS BEST
has yel to fail me. Accept the lecommendatton
ol an experienced cook and use nothing but
Moffets  "BEST'   Flour   fsr bread baking.
TBi Colvi. >la Fburinjj Mills Co.,  Ltd., I-nubriiy
Harness    Tun-ks    Valucfl    Whips, etc.
to be hid in I'.l vaiielies in! .' Rtp.irioa a SreaJiy
J. W. EVANS, ENDERBY
JAMES MOWAT
hi-At  ESTATE.  INSURANCE.  MINING k GENERAL
LAND A II CONVEYANCING
BKIX SI.OCX. SND* PHY. B.C
Weak Women
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al Cost
the Citf et fi. ittly till
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Dr. Shoop's
Might Cure
The Enderby Orttg & Sl.it'v Co.
For Sale
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GRAHAM ROSOMAH.
Clefk lee lh* MatildlMi CaatieHI.
English Lady's Saddle
.,;. itr patenttalati
teemt.si; 1 a   ma      - ■-    rn| •■• P- te
%y»a.|..H Of
' an ..ute ItomeriLeal Rtg.iLLtons
|   \M   .iiiiiiniiie    Uwntaliin   l • ■■■.
j.Hie It    III.'    ItllllWKjr    Hill    ...    ll   ele-ll
I'e-li.ii'l.     ■■■<•>   le,"  h eliii-.l»ie Inl    \;
,    li»    |<  .-.-le    -< tee.   |.    ..it-   ..e|.-   l|r id  e.l
• I ai.nl), ..r an, mala nttr I*
| .r. e.l ettf.-, in thi- *-t|.-nl ,it nun.
, .et... .. ei.ii ..i mi ten*, naif
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Ill i) i,i,t.] U- teti.t- pontoniltft\
I lull nttr. lur IW ill.
.< I    li   .ttl.'tl   tl>.   Uml  e-  ... nt.
i   lh.'    Itiniiealmdei l* rw|...t«i   id
.  et.H   a       tin-    i-,ii|itlteiil|.       .-.,|i||i-,-1.«|
j ti r «.t-ti na*e* ..ne nf lhe IdIIot*.
jinn t>lnn«:
I      I      \1    1-e.e.t    "H    lltiin'tt.     iWetteei 9
'tl*'I. .ihl 'tie.itittle.it ut the- Imtil n
i h ja.,r lur line- e.rsr,
•i   If  III' f .tie... Or  weather. If  III*
elellh-r   I- ll    M-rel, ul  |l„- hl.|l.*>trl,a
! -r. rr*|eh». 'i|a»»n n ln.ro tn  lh" vi.
j miy  e.l Ihi- I ii, I entered tor.  llw
t ^-.Ir in.nt. n> to rnJoVnre ...,> '•
...it ft .1 t;    net i> r-< n    -".ulltet
ttlltl    Il.e     filled.     Ml     tUMlhrl
'     r    It   i|,    ..er.-     li.   hi.   |. eieiiM.
Bl   .. rSnv    .i|e*.ii    tnrmtni  liana
."B rt i.jr htm in the ai.lnltjr «t hla
„t.   th.-  i*.tMltoinrt.l»  n.  in
r..i.|en « ma, 1" Mii.tirrt hjr mid.
n-* .i|»>n ihr nil ii-rt
HH    rtii.tith.'    Mile*    in  eaiiimi
•keeulS l>- stlarn in tin (i>miul...oewr
iol |n,»..n....    I.einel. nl ntinern nt
inleniion lo nitaljt tor iMil-nt.
COAL-Ceil mtcitu rt|kM mae te
ttatA lat a OHtetl ef wentr-ene »tart al
an e,t.n..«i reMi! M MSK tm tttt.  list
«...*,. .       .      •   -a .-•
, ,    a. .,.r .- -ft-
■     ■-, tan itiitl be eelleeteel
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W   W   tliltY.
ti. |.-itjr  atlni.ler nt lhe Ihlnrini.
Ml.   > autk lis d    io lleilloi ot
the.  :idt.r1l*ean.rnl  nil!  n..l  lw|anht
Inr
BULBS
From   France,  Holland   and
Japan
Seeds    Trees
Plants
For Fall Pla:im,_
Reliable Varieties it tea.jttsble Prices
n e note thai my fruit tie-asm
not gtoin ftotit Htipotted piece i»l
palls, hui are budded en own powih
ol aeedling. Iiom blaring treei
(•> millers. Bee SuptJlea. Sptaj. Pumps,
Sfitajring Material. Cul flowers, etc
Oldest established ttutsett on the
mainland ol B, C.   Catalogui fit*
M. J. Henry's Nurseries,
Ctetnkoutn and Send Housea
VANCOL'VF.P B    C
Hal
cyon
Job Printing- -
oir tA-tsY DtscMfTiofi Wm. A. Matheson
I... il.ei   al.    I . P,n«i... Oilier   In '
d<T*y. on th.   .hiart.tl,  noliir     Piircl MP AN
•tr nio|ar«lt  anrt epj.llt.Y  otert   wnrll-         - .,,,«     ,.,.,    ;  .
nuo.tr.ip |Md     A» for Onnl.tk.na        |(], ( ,.                     .     (
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Minim)        lata In'ha Pmmmsi t el id m a irrtv. Bnderi ,• B
Hot Sprtn|i Sanllarlum
Nc* ondet tha management o!
IIhiwt   MclntosH.   Htffman Houar
th. ". ■ -.   * .-.-.  tl  Htirf.n Mt tkt
-Ml    .ttt.ee.    i.   thf   W.tlrt.        A    a*f.fl
... •.. t.Te-1 'ae III ll.lt.ea tnl W..-»
III r ..... | ,., Klln.^ --* Sl.n-Mh
AliltittK       -e   P.'M  ritttt   'Ml  I.  ntl
o». ..'.    Aa rtnlmgearnmgun.
T.tn-i r.;!» IrB ft. ».»».   f.tl.illitt
win in «»r i.-
Halcyon Hot Springs
Aitot. L.I;.. B   C.
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THE ENDERBY PROQRESS & NORTHERN OKANAGAN HF.RAl.D
SALMON ARM
Weekly Budget ol Interesting   News   and Doings  ol  that
Thriving District, (rom our Regular Correspondent.
Mrs. Simpson was a visitor
in Revelstoke last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Savage are
visiting Mrs. Palmer (or a lew
days. Their many (Mends will
be pleased lo see them again.
Miss Gammon, (ormer teacher ol the Salmon Arm school,
was a visitor In town last week.
Miss Bowell stopped oil to
visit Mrs. Pye on her way to
her schcol at Knob Hill.
Home Circle
We often read how the wife
Is to make the brightest spot
on earth She Is always to
wear a cheerful countenance,
as well as the cleanest ol dresses and collars; to have becomingly arranged hair, and ever to
meet her other hai! at the door
with a kiss. The house must
be always smiling in Its orderly
way: children ditto; baby no ex-
I ception to the general rule.
M.Mackay was a business! No*[ 'M^Jg"*'|»;
„,.„„,,. A.m.iwaM u.i u-««ir ! has the husband nothing to do
visitor in Armstrong last week.,  |h|. mMef q( mak|n*home
J. Caswell is putting up a• happy? To be sure he may
house opposite R. Davles' on,do a great deal towards making
the new town-site. ! a home.   He may build the
Jos. Miller has started his fee "fl '""JJ H,JJjJ"^
' ' '• '' ;-buy any amount ol fine cloth-
'ins  fnr   lh* family   nre.I      Ye
IF IT'S IN OUF. AD    ir IS so
WE AIM TC I I.KASI-. F.VEKY PURCHASER
E. Stuart Wood and family
returned to Kamloops on Tuesday where they will reside lor
the present.
The trustees r-lthe School
Board have rented the rooms
above S' H. Lawrence's store
to accommodate the lower
classes. Miss Murray of Armstrong, has been appclnted assistant teacher.
Messrs. Jordan. Parker and
Leonard returned to Notch Hill
on Tuesday, lo complete their
contracts there, alter spending
Ihe holiday here.
The Catholic Church In
course of erection Is being
built ol cement bricks and will
be a handsome acquisition to
our town.
Rev. John Calvert will preach
his farewell sermon In tht
Methodist Church on Sunday.
Sept. 8. The Calverts leave
next week lor their home In
Sydney. Australia.
The Lord Bishop ol Ihe
Diocese will consecrate lhe
Church of St. John the Evangelist on Sunbay next. Sept. Slh.
and also confirm nine candidates.   II the wenther Is line.
Ing for the family need. Yet
he Is cross and surly as a snapping turtle, or unsocial, or careless In his habits, or unsym-
pathizig with his wife and little
ones. All that the wife can do
will not make the home an
agreeable one. Neither can a
wife be happy with a husband
who Is addicted to finding fault
with his bread-and-butter. She
may try ever so hard to please
him. yet when he sits down to
meals, she lives In constant tear
that some portion ol the (ood
will not suit his fastidious taste,
Boys, let us be men. Let
us be hinest. earnest, young
men and we shall then be ncble
men, Ncbleness and gentleness are not one and rarely do
we find ihem living In peace
*1:h each olher.  We may nev
HARNESS!
We have jusl received a large consignment
of HARNESS OF ALL KINDS from
Eastern Canada at greatly reduced prices.
Wc will sell you this
Harness at 20 per cent
lower ihan any that has been sold heretofore
in Salmon Aim.
tttt*
Call and see for yourself.
'ten with truth, the bad man.
but we can all be ncble men. m,-hl "*,he same ,h,H«
and our ntbleness can com-; —	
mence this very hour and Jusl!  »'•»••
where we are.   A yaung man's *"''''• '*** '*'**'  -  '*' "!|
first and ta-es. act ol nobility is %*££ ".
to love, hsnor and protect hls;,.,„ hP„ p, ,.*p. n,m, ,„ n._ »
parents    When he becomes ..in*, u ,. tttt
loo proud to be seen walking as -***" ****** io ik*a.i-» iktu
a staff lo a toileting, helpless m*"»*' ••>•»
lather, or to stand by the bed-
IliiiaUoa anA elira
wlt.etlll.el J   k   Irllfi....   t|..|   ln»l<-l)
tttt lb* rfcmrh Bh'l Itr te-.-.. i.if-1-
it is hoped that as many as can ,**** •?'«*• •» •f"!» *m tat ft* M^.
i moment this side olthe river M.itm mm, ta, ui* t a ihki.* «i
to caichone more gaze, through batk tank «wi mm. anA ot a   >
lhe lading shadow of the pan. »• ««""W •* ***** • • <*****••** ■■'
olher Utile bay lost in matihr.e>i J*** "• *"'* ■ ' '*"»■•"»***"
wa, a great ,Jeal ol| he I. surely l«t going down,he S»££515t
shooting done around the lake eminence of manliness. ,_„„.., „,„.,, ..,, „.*,,. ,,,» ,,,.,,„
lasi Sunday.    Cannot some-:   When we launch our ships i
thing be done to slop this evil? on the morning waves of ihe "• "«*■>" ■•'
do so, will drive over (rom Enderby to be present at the lm
pressive ceremony.
There
BAINK^HAMILTQ^
A place of safety and security for the accumulations
of all who work and save.
Deposits of any amount accepted and
intctfst paid I times a year at liigltcut
current rate.	
Salmon Arm Branch
II W SMITH
Aii.t
It seems that outsiders (rom
Revelstoke and olher neighbor
in Ik'- pB
iii that |.n.:..«. m
Dates of District Fairs
great sea of life, let us guide *** *** *'• ' "" *******
Ihem by the light o! heme, with "g" "*'**"
Ing towns are allowed io come the helm ol the cradle words ol m"7JTi,.'Z'
In on Sundays and take poss- our mother   Not until we have an «ko bi* ia u
esslon ol the shooting grounds, left home and are wanderers In ■
making a big noise and fuss and the cuttaus strangeness of a
scaring out the game and spoil strange  land, unnctlced, unheeded, lonely and weary, will   n--__ _.,_-'?!n..lt. fc_.
we know ol a truth  what a M_i.^72n. ol tii.fr
mother is.   Then we feel that .tkiwis^, *« r«at«,tH
she is good and we bless her. that* tf immmi id tku tjutrict
Never can *e repay our m ;h     Ktbma Eafcbmcn. Ktkvn*. Sam
era kindness.   Her withered i°»i>*k>
form and her slivering braids    Kamtooja E«h*
Salmon Arm
Livery Stables
ing the shooting that ought to
be reserved for our own people,
And it is not only one Sunday
but almost every Sunday during the shooting season thai
this evil is carried on. The
citizens ought to make a united
effort to put a stop to ll.
WaMhtft am,
The marriage of R. £. Chris
tenson and Mrs Stewart took
place on Thursday. Aug 29lh
The happy couple stole a march
on their Iriends by driving over
lo Armstrong and having the
ceremony perfomted Ihere
They have been receiving con
gratulatlons (rom all sides an-t
are at home to ail thel* friend!
v   - a
Irll tf
Jackson & Parker
Builders k
Contractors
V.M MOV   \P*A
a   r
'   *
shall be defended till that day *f ■••w *'.
cometh when He shall make s^TwEf »
up His jewels—and then, we    v«ik« Rakftltion, Vtman. S-st
ween. Heaven will know no is, t7. IB.
kinder, no brighter, no purer    Sa,m«n A'm <-"«kiWioe. Salm*
angel than she.   When  the A\';   '
.„., .mmm .lar. .K.i. -.—     Vienna tahittfliMi. Victotia.
ever shining stars shall > ane j. j$ J% J7 ..^ jg
in ths fading of our vision ani ' ■■'. .
the noisy world -will grow still mintta* Oct    I
In our sleep ol death, wiii *»   ■ ■
forget her: not till ihen
How often does one hear
great man say. "I owe every
thing io my home training," or
What I am my mother, or my
A   general    dray in-.
htmtic*-*- transacted.
S. H. Lawrence
-•   ■«   • •  ...
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-•»  e
■ftM       •      •    ->
I.
a'lf*
«    >•
(Job Printing- -
or avikv frSfnifiioN
»■ "VI,A at, tfiPtartat, Ollv.   tie
<»l<   rntbr  tk-.l.a-. irollt.     ft.,..,
hifrr-t'ftr  ,na c-i ■ <■ -   atiA   »oa»
thet, mide me.    And how fmemp%ooa. ,
taoumfkir ***e lm •■
taft&tl. bra wn I .,       ItWnwkM
.    ' - ....
fttm simply twain eMngtalKm   unSut
Wooi ptmutt at lk» : '
tliitl    lit Shtwfi't ll.aeU'
•     *    -        -Hla mtiatiital
it*** M«o.iM
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'•   •>• ■      i    • f.p;
ll flalwea,
THE
FANCY STORt
.1.t«on Ann THF. ENDKKBY TROGRKSS i  NORTHERN OKANAGAN HERALD
lhe Delicious Flavor of
TEA
Is preserved by the use of
SEALED LEAD PACKETS
NEVER.  SOLD  IN  HULK
Bi.cti. Mi.ad Ol Clter
AT ALL CROCIM
Me   '      t     *,«.,• 1 Si. lOllil. 1904
Open Season for Came.
! ha hunting itaaon i Bi n'sh Col-
imbli i   .    ■ lltd
.. i». :.   ; .'i.e-i
i. ml lor big and until gan i
lav it ir   llali  li
e pen are:
Duck cl all kinds, itlpa bittern
plover, meadow lark Iroi eptambei
I at lo Fabruatv
irousi   I all .i   ralrla
.d piarmigan
ber I I   I eceir.ber 31.
M gaa 'bull*. caribcu "bulli. elk or'
ANNEX
TO SALMON  ARM
Townsiio NOW ON The MARKET
Closest Lots that Can be Bought
near Station ard New Wharf
T   WAIT TILL   T
WHEELER&EVANS
Headquarters for Fresh Groceries—lhe
Be<fl Brands on the Markel.
Full  Lines of Boots and Shoes and
Men's Clothing.
We stock the famous "Regent" Brand ol Clothing.
For High-Grade Goods
-TRY-
Wheeler *% Evans
■'>ply
J. D McCUli
rm. E _
Bank ot Montreal
Ctalial. .11 patf up. tl4.400.000. Rett. St 1.001... TO
W.w. Until, tta* I.     -    •    ■    MJJ.taB9.98
head  orricc. MONTREAL
A General Banking   tt.nntw tranancletl
Savings Baftk S2I151£33
•■■■■■MBMaKanHI   WnMra«r«H on '.mi.r.A wtlhoaA
4«t»y     ■•     .    a •       a,. Pm
.... f,-      -   , . . 1 . . ttawm
  . •  '  ■
certain dirli  t , li.tn •    1.
December 31.
i")eer,    mountain  g ai    mountainI
sheep tram', by  ordei Iti-coiutcll  ai
cleat aeason Is It data       arta
trlcls, Ircm Sapttml at
IS.
The order-In council in regard to
*, game Icllcws;
i   Close aeaaon lor pralrla chicken.
. , ■   ie and biue 1     e, In Ihe
; Okanagan Electoral dutrlcl until Sep
HIO.
j     Cle,"*       ....  I 1 ;
• a Lil 11 We have everything necessary Icr a comfortable, pleasant drive
The Best Horses and
th« k^i'c pTe.k.1 the Fineft Rigs in lhe Valley.
'   ' All ktii&ol braving and Hauling contractu! let.   Tern*.-, tea;-.. enable
"     MATTHEWS k EVANS ENDEJUY
'    A-f     __________„________________„___________________,
; vine* until August 3Ui !  , M . __
I   A clcae aeaacn lor vijjov grouse,
[blue gteute and pram? chickenhaa
* ithin ihe G»aml Foika
'•  '    if .   'II. 1908.
A LARGE
STOCK OF
NOW
ON
HAND
j   Sumach Iroublti, Heart ami Kid-
1 -ut. can bt quickly corrected
1 -,et»crif,tit-,t knevn to dnigglnia
■.hate as Or. Shcij't Rtlloi
tm
Tht best day In the valley,    Weil burnt bticki al reasonable pticea
Urge cr Small Quantltlca,
TSa Enderby Brick 9b Tile Co.    Endhrby, BC
e
e      lu
". I
.
ihen these ii-
.ith Dr. Shscp's Restorative
K how quickly Ihoae
I disappear:   Dr. Shocp ol Kadne. Wt >
,.  .
OKANACAN      DISTRICT
! vill mall samples Ire
r.  tut   -
l*y KniMby I
I
Ith
McCLARYS
Heaters    -    Cook Sloves
Ranges  - Stovepipes
1
Gran 1 tew ate    and   Cookinjj   Utensils
FULTON'S "tr."
re
Society* Seau<n Enls.
- Mtlmtmliihliigen the Skec-
• -• camt to an end mute than a
. -
■ .
■   -
• ■
I -iiparatively early date.
■ se*ason will be
eligtll,   . H cases winch is
•     -      •• . r  .'a,
■
L. Cummin,]
REALESTATI    •
anJ AUCTIONEER
BNDBRBY Itt     PO
HARVEY & DOBSON
GENERAL MERCHANTS
LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Under lhe management of Miss Boyer. late of Montana.
Don't Forget the
Grand Millinery
Opening
The Ladies of Enderby and surrounding towns arc invited to insped
the lareeSl and finest display of Fall
and Winter Millinery ever shown in
thc Valley on Saturday, afternoon
and evening, Sept. 7.
Tee wilt be served frcm 3 to 5
HEN IN ENDERBY
w
nstltuUon
City   Barher   Slu.|> >ty ***** [
IS THF. I- ' '  '
AN! RSeS    BhS
by lea
H N
1 un II requiring itom
I a
— ng        a,
must havt tht b^a'
Itl    1!'      " a' I   >*'A
1 ■ il! it. • it the 1 1
Lost
Wnnt..c<l
STOP   AT
Tht KING EDWARD HOTEL
Goo, K. Sharpe
-■ • 1
StOWP  P'
■
•1 rttrynm, Ltd,
J   HOSTELRY  Of TUB OKANACAN VALLEY
■-.• •; It Ihl r   -iittn featl ot Ihe Okanagan Valley, whether
,   .-■•-. is*N aad spoil, tan do no belter than
make ihi. reaiae Ihtll headquarters.      Table and cuisine un
OKMllel   Bat retlele vllh fineal wines, spirit*, liqiteutj. cigsts
LAROB LIOHT SAMPLE ROOMS
BELL •, MURPHY
fm^riFLon
Ll
Wines & Spirits
in.    ihtt d.lnks.    Wc havf a
large
timent of all Ihe vet
1 brands IC  i.

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