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Array The Enderb
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ani/   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOCKAPH
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MY 2 «1808
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Volumb 3.   Nuvhek 2
NDERBY. B, C. MAY 25 1906.
Pi.: i   52 a Year
at .ajaa__iw_--_--u_i__a_i_-t
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CLOTHES COMFORT
as an aid to
HEALTH and HAPPINESS
Too few men realize the Importance of clothes.
In iheir relation to one's health of body and
peace of mind.
Take the question of Spring Suitings for an
Instance.
The man who Is wearing 20th Century
Brand ;jp coal or" rain-or-shlne " this Spring
has a tremendous advantage over mere
ordinary mortals who have yet to discover thi
merits of these garments.
To be well clad Is lo bt 20th Century
clad
Gill and see samples
HARVEY <& DOBSON 1
_______ -a__B-a_Mn_r.MmtM_-_____aM(M-ii'.. ramroatr
We have Installed a
Soda-Water
Fountain
Come and Try an Ice Cream Soda.
ALL FLAVORS
D.   NAI&N   &   CO.
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HEN IN ENDERBY
STOP   AT,
PS ki
KING EDWARD HOTEL
THE   LEADING   HOSTELRY   OF THE OKANAGAN VALLEY
Visitors to tht northern (art ol the Okinigin Valley, whether
land hunting, or lor pleasure and apart, can do ni belter than
make thu home thtlr headquarters.      Table and culslnt un-
tieelled Bar replete with (Intit winti. iplrlts. I .
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
VICTORIA DAY
IN ENDERBY
i   Oood weather... irgi    • vi and a
lirsl-class  sports   bill   cl Ian
d.wu nu  hlitory aa chart	
Enderby's 1906 coltbral      I Vic
Day.   It wis tht most siie.-c.-ee.slul eel-
bmlon ol  lhls popular holiday tvtr
had  in  this  place, while Ih
concourse ol people lhat ever gathered
here enjoyed Ihe good things provided.!
The weather,   though uncertain at
drat,  unproved as the afternoon ip-,
proached, and was ill fiat could bal
desired, ihe several showers
ing lo keep llie llr cool.
Everything was done to carry out
the sceduled programme, and in elioil
made lo provide lhe citizen., and visitor! wnh the beat (oriiic(eiit<iitisiitiient
possible. The commute* hai .■
charge ol Ihe devebpenic-tit tf Ihe
programme worked hard all day, and
.usual difficulties in the way
■-! finances, made Thursday a greal
success, and we are sure lhat the
unbounded success ol iho day Is their
tufticietit rewird. The bill ol lart
wu is in atlraciivt a one as could be
provided anywhere compiling btse-
ball. lact i.e. 1 .U.I - ■
athletic sporlaai. lh I |   varied
enough io sull all lastt     C
was to be heard all da
Fire Brigade Bai .■  I
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come lo Enderby   with
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lot!        ihemiet.
linutellieltL. With IV
apparently    having  nude   up their
minds to hive a .
One pleaslni: Itai
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Ihtniattv
All cl our ciiiiena are pin
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July 1st., and that  ihi
sllle   ol   allairs   will  be   amiably
II
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were aleadlly a:.gniented by the
slain arrival ol rig. brll gin)
Irom ihe surrounding c untry,   The
Iptclll train It ■   I
ol   teVcii   cachet,   11   .  -
live hundred people, chlelly from Ver-
i, ii ei•: Am ii ng.   By  thi   I
was estimated thlt full two  ll
people wtrt in totm.   The tn
m   ' ce    "•   ■•• ■       r I ..• .    •
llll theret. : laying the eon
ment o! Hi       ,-.
The Iini cn tht progranuti- •
•met   :;   " •   ,
nut wan
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Indian ca
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-   •  Jim. Ma
Ruth Mill r, Eitti   :•'■ lltl   fli
I over, Ruth M
Ester Model rdi, 12 yen
indundei I E. Beuli
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Stanley French. Willie 1 u      Mt
100 yards, open. Geurge Wilson. George
Smith;   men'] run I ,: bt i
S nllhi men's hop. slep and jump.
Watson Jones, Geo. Smith: men's
three-legged nee, ICO yards. Watson
Jones and Ira Jones. Willie j
Oliie Jones: boys' three-legged race,
Wilfred Gre;t I and G, Franklin. W,
Dmlels and W. Hardy, men's hall
mile, George   Wilson  ind Wilson
Owing ' ',:■• general pro-
I  up  lh-  enure
rt i the visitors,
vhieh wisiohivettktn
plice at 8 o'clock In lhe evening, had
l: be cut out.
Athletic sports concluded, the event
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"   .    ind Venn ti, wis  com-
n  ,'i.ne was well c nt   I
and lhe Veri.vii leant though
*e of 2 to I, plaved a plucky
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rl lasl quarter 11
it score  . '   .'
ew,. caeii i.ee- ...ti unit acorc
as ti ihe luial ending ol th
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umber cl spectators.   There
rt a lot of i lies, and hot nets on
welltttotnakt
•     11        ' -      5   much Inter*:'.
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'tin    A :   igi '-store was Mint
"Johnies" racing their horses up ind
:. Su-h
turn   will perlormihe   ceremony ol
declaring the stone lo bt "wtll I
"    liivilaiiona   hav-   I  -
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and a cordial lm I ■   ended tc
tho general public lo be present.
Ml Aiklnson. ol tht Fictile Coast
Pipe Co., arrived in Endtrby on Thursday.
The proprietors ol tht King Edward
Holel are engaged iniutproving the from
ol their hotel. A neat fence has been
elected ar.iund tht  ■ •
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the intention, ve under ■ ■:
tht enclosure lino ilia:
We notice thai lh* Rti A E
Roberta, iorttietly ol th
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the Okanagan District Method
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Mrs. Hilt wtll address i union meet
Ing ol the Christian Endra-
Epwonh   League   socleti-a   in  lhe
Melhftdltt church on Mcnlv.  -
nut.   The subject will bt
work In the Congo."
An a.-- lent •  M
Tvin Bulte Bn.i.:
•'  in tif me md two tars ccn-
-re dropped   Inlo lhe
ttutd by the buckling el a new
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24th ol Mi
in the tlii'
n Satin ;•
all Iht
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t\  KIIUMIi
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f petiiisit addressed lo
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The V -egade   I
which hr.: much I
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gave a concert in ihe squirt b
deptiturt, and »a:, mil I
LOCAL   NOTES.
'ng the Mini.' •
the eittbliihttwnl el i Ci. *
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Proprirtort
Wines & Spirits   .,
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i   the well
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Hn: vn brand* to CnOOte I
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NoNMdloMOd away now (or your*
Stumping
Supplies
Notice
I   Oni
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We hav- ■    • :
CABLE -    mttrtat.
j. h. McVeigh
IKSMITH      ENDERBY
BUGGY PAINTING a Srr..alt>
B
ALSO IN STOCK    WlntlUr-MajrWI
to**1 and  Hi        WhWUi
Sole Agents
Fit-Reform Clothing
"AMERICAN"
Walk-Over Shoes
Once worn, always worn
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•.-•:i:2e an I
Anil-Tut
BES1 THAT
Enderby Trading G>mpany ■THE
LNDERBY, B.C., MAY 25. 1906
THE PROGRESS
• JE   SUIS   PRET."
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...   FES! IONAL
W. P. GOOCH
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
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ind   bi ; -'ory
["here Is a
iRBY B. C.
i readlngroon l^ETKR     BURNET
I library, Lai.
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Notes and Comments
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Customs Mil
; -.em to lhe establishment
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to learn lhat our memt
been successful In sec.
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A. F. & A. M.
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C. O. F. No 1058
Wc   have just   opened   up  a   large
Shipment of
Boys' Suits
These suits are o( Ihe latest style and make.   Come
and make yeur selectl'n. and fit your boy out In a new
SUMMER SUIT
We are still IV/ir M|C CI II'TC at 20p.c.dls-
selling     IVIILIN aJ ajVJl 1 D countforcash
See our Stock of Men's Pants.     We have a wide
Range for you to choose from
J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
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EUM'V* l.cwlev. No. SO  '■' -
Clean Stabh
\V" I'-,: ' * in* v.*. lhe
Public thai all cur horses
have been tested (or
Glanders. Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned oul ana
disinfected, and Is as clean as ihe day It was built.
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
Rest Jems   lh: ..ghoul   lhe
::ularly
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ipatch with which the
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especially so, .-.hen *e-
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In the   stealing o!
lhe   rot
case never being secures    We
Ith 'he several ,"  )ur
- r. on the establishment
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Knights <)/ Pythias
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Bank of Montreal
Cttilal. all paid ut, SI4.000.000. Rett., SIO.000.00
I .1 cc.. Profit end I.... account, t iri.^mi
III AH   OFFICE.   MONTREAL
"   m Rjyal 0. C. M. 0.
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A Ceneral Banking   kvtir.cfs transacted
* -   -   I eVa t'nilti   Sltttt. E.l 1 - a   i    a  a a
lint Atlin and Daman C
Get a New Fence  Savings Bank SEE
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mbia is a much
police man
■■raine sisters and
, ■ unable
WIRE FENCE
It la madt t • heavy hanl
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R. BAIL-.Y
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St, awl/C-t-y Plants
Farm  for Sale
r«a t
, in black or
•   u • mtrt.   Terms
-j ta
ARMSTRONG.
Salman Ann. B. C.
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Wlthdi await on demtnd without
delay. ' n   i airy Buti-
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OKANACAN      DISTRICT
G. A. Hlectetaioa, Manager. Veriicin
ENDERBY ARMSTRONG KEl  I   IA
-:*    E.S.V.MeC:... r :   M
MOWAT 9b BRINDLE
111 I I  ULOCK. ENDERBY. B. C.
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining and General Land Agents
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
TO   US
For Sale
House for Sale
Lity   Barber   _>luiP
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We   make   It
Our   Busi
usiness
o supply the besl o! everything in our line, at a price that an
?nes; profit will allow. Our line includes Stoves and Kitchen
tensils. Carpenters' Tools and Builders' Hardware. Garden
cols. Hose, etc., Palms. Oils and Varnishes, and everything
iat a hardware store should keep
We are making Ice cream   Pay
a visit to our parlor lh ese hoi
IC CREAM
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R. P.
Bradley - Enderby
Ihn.el,   Nolle M
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Look
here ! for
Cheap Lumber
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What do you
Think of this?
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Diy Boards and Dimension Timber, from SB to $10 per M
Shipiap. $12 per M.
Flooring. Ceiling. Siding,       * Irom $15 per M. up
MrTAny other information will be furnished on inquiry al
* our olfice    We respectfully solicit a share ol your patronage,
which will have our careful attention.
ft. KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO   LTD
l.rcel.cl .      B    C .'/'
THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C., MAY 25. 1906
TRAIN ROBBERS
"WHO'S WHO."
Louis Cclquhmm, who is In Jail al
Kamloops, charged wllh being one ol
lhe three men who held up Ihe C.P.R.
passnuger train last week, came to
Phoenix ,1 year ago lasl (all Ircit San
Francisco, says the Pioneer, where he
said he had been employed In the
ollice ol an express company. He is
a man of aboul 25 years, and said lo
be .1 unlive ol Harrlslon. Ontario,
drilling wesl wllh Ills portion ol an
estate thai was lelt to him. When he
flrsl arrived In Phoenix he was employed on a limber gang on Ihe V., V.
& E. railway pulling In cribbing but
onlv worked Icr a week. Then he
worked In Ihe local ollice ol P. Burns
k Co.. Ltd., and also In the warehouse
cl Hunter, Kendrlck Co. He did not
seem able lo hold a position for any
length ol lime, and wu oul of employ-
mem lor a considerable period.
Finally he was made lime keeper
for Contractor Brown, on the V„ V. &
E.. weat ol Midway, and came back
irom Ihere, working (or some time at
the Dominion Copper Co.'s Brooklyn
mine In lhls camp aa mucker or ear
man. When he lell here he owed a
number of bills around lown, but relumed and worked long etiojgh to
settle all ol his accounts,
Hla various employers universally
gave him a good character, but say
thai ho lacked ambition, and seemed
lo bt luy, which accounts lor hli not
holding any position any length ol
Ilmt. He vaa an easy going young
lellow, and no one thlnka he would have
been connected with a train robbery,
tsht seemed to lack iht grit and
get-up-ind-get (or such in undertaking.
Rev. D. Campbell, ol Armilrong,
says thai ht knew Cotquhaun'a parents
and brother! in Ontario, and that ihey
vert a moat respected and hard working family, but lhat tht cnt now under
trrtit waa a luy good-for-nothing, and
would not atay long at any occcpatlon.
Edwardi. or Bill Miner, the leader
cl tht gang, la taid to have wcrittd al
Knob Hill, near Atmttrong. list aum-
mer, ai haying, and several italdtnla
ol that town reecgniitd htm by tht
photograph! which have appeared la
thr press Ht lelt tht diilrtct wnh
tr.e or two companlcn with the intention ol going Into iht Similkametn
country.
Two Interesting Reports.
The MttO-l annual rtport ol iht
Department el Agriciiltw (or thli
provlnct, together with iht seventh
annual report clthe Superintendent ol
Fatmtn' Intimites, which wat uttied
ttveiat wttkt ago. contains a Urge
amount el valuable information, betidet
proving moit interesting reading, Wt
append a itpcrt Irom the pen of Mr.
Gto. He& *, manager oi tht Stepney
Ranch:
"Tht district la wtll adapted lor
ntlaed forming, mail cl tht gratia,
traits, and vegetables which are grown
in England tnd In ethtr parts ol Canada
DouTiihng htrt with ordinary cart and
mention, litigation, which liindtspera
able in tome adj-ming district! u nol
nectutty hera, All ktndt ol deter
and grataei do remarkably vtH.cun can
be grown (or trailigt. and dairying is
likely to become em ol Iht leading
ifldutttitt in tht near fulute. Numbers
cl tl excellent dairy cattle tit raised,
lar which there It quite a demand Irom
other ptrtt ol tht province, and Iht
prtcti readied art etctpuonallf high.
Tht dinttit is wtll tptsktn ol by miny
people, although tamt object to lhe
length ol Hit winters and iht great
variations in temperature. Snow lies
on the ground Irom three to live (ttoniht,
but does nol dull, and there is generally
gtod llttghrng during lhe greater part
cl Ihe season. Tht winter te*ncera
lure, ts l rule, is somewhere near the
tresilng point during Iht da.
times a lev degree, above, sometimes
a ten- l-fe-es below : tl night IhtN
usually a itcp ol 10 or IS.   la'tarly
'■    .   let   'never, there a" l»
• •■••■        I .naps." wher, •
cury goes down lo 10, 20, or even 30
below zero for a few days. Al Itro
Ihe river Ireejes over lo a thickness tl
Ihree lo six Inches, allordlng splendid
skating and a plentllul supply ol Ice for
storage purposes. Growih Is retarded
In the spring by night Irosls, bill when
once started is exceedingly rapid and
vigorous."
News From Near (tb For
Harold Clark, a brakeman on a
freight train, was knocked oil Ihe lop
cf a car on which he was standing,
wllh the result, says lhe Mail-Herald,
thai his lell arm was crushed, and had
lo be removed Irom Ihe shoulder by
Dr. Sutherland.
A bylaw will be pul before the voters
ol ihe citizens of Vernon, providing (or
Ihe borrowing ol J18,000. with which
to Install a sewerage system.
Mr. George H. Webster, general
manager ol the Brlllsh Columbia Con
tract company, arrived In the city this
morning (rom the west on a business
mission connected wllh hli company
says Ihe Winnipeg Free Press ol Monday last. He stales lhat the lint ttn
mllea ol Ihe Koolenay Central railway,
(or which his company has tht contract,
is nearlng completion. This line starts
Irom Golden. B, C, and runs southward through tht Columblt valley, tt
is iht Intention ol Ihe Canadian Pacific
Pailway company to extend the lint
ultimately to a (unction with the Crow's
Nest Pais road. Tht British Columbia Contract company has also tht
contract for constructing tht Sirau-
burg-Saskatoon extension cl the C.P.R
A proposition ta on loot to construct
an electric railway lint Irom Vancouver lo Port Moody, paralleling tht
C. P. R tradu, Van.-ouver builntat
men art inttrested. an! iht ntgatia-
Kent ol the scheme have arrived al
auch an advanced augt that a meeting
wat held thli altemoon to take up tht
matter.
Al tht cluing milling lor iht lea-
ton ol Untied Empitt Loyalist! latt
night. Lieut-del Hamilton Mtrrilt
advocated a ayalein whereby na man
should bt allowed to tatrcltt Innehue
in thli country awl he had undergone
three course! ol military trailing H«
presented a resolution to bt fonrardtd
to tht minuter ci iht militia to tht
tlftcl lhal every able bodied man
ah:uld be able la dtltnd hu country:
thould havt tutu available and thou,,
bt required to receive ittstru.*nan in
h -• im
ll it iht opinion that tht district tl
Winnipeg hu a pcpdaitin cl 112.030.
and il li Inereaung mtit rapidly noa
Ihan at any other lime tn the cay a
hutcry.   The IJlawi-rg tru t-gtwu
Winnipeg, 98,749; Elm*    :
6,000;    Lincoln   Park   2,000: i lal,
105,749; Si  Bonllace, 6.000; total.
111.749.
The Yellowstone National park opens
lor Ihe public on June 1st. and ll Is
expected lhal the travel i lhal wonderful region will be the Ileal ftl
known. The Northern Pacific Railway company has booked thousands cf
excursionists this season Irom the east
to Victoria and olher Pacific Coast
points. These rales will be given as
usual Irom Victoria lo the park and
return. All tickets to the east will
permit of a stop-over al lhe park.
Why be *\
L|ATE •
FOR CHURCH or WORK
When a Reliable Clack la ac cheap
WE HAVE THAT KIND.   All styles
■i i prlcea,  Call tnd Intptct
F.Pyman
Hal
cyon
Agi
INDtRBY
d Nea. :'  til
n.i Pltnoa.
Don't Send
YOUR JOB PRINTING
Out of Town
NOTICE
On   Friday afternoon   lasl   Capt.' —
Ei'narMlkktlaon. Entail Ltllingwell. NOTICE It hereby given lhat 30
Ellnar Dillevsen. and   their gallant S.-ff'ir da,a.w" ln,end,'0f^.,° _, S
.   ' Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
associates started (or the Arctic on Wotks ,or spteM licenses lo cut and
a vorayt of discovery, beset by no carry away timber Irom the following
mean hardships, which they hope will described lands:
result In Iht discover* ol l large tract      |. Commencing at a post mirked
ol undiscovered land that will extend "F.H." on the weat bank ol the Spall-
to the borders ol Canada.   The schoon- umcheen river cine lo W. Ctrtwright.
er Duchesa ol Bedford will be ,w^; north ptt-tm^ltm line nainlng taat and
Irom    Victoria    lo    tht    »l™l». north I60chtlns:wejt40chtins; south
whence ahe will proceed to Kcxtak. |«) chains: east 40 chilns to point ol
thtnet to in Eskimo village ol iht commencement,
Siberian Coasl washed by tht for away    2, Commencing at a post mirked
Set ol Anidir. whert simy well-bred "OK."Panted ibout lour ch*     -
hurt,,, w,„ be embarked, ind ^£tt*ToSXR m
lhr<ugh Behilng unit, the explorer* „....„„,. jo.,*,,,,,, eorMrpoii; ^.
will voyage Into tht Ict-ltlled Arctic, ning along ihe hank olthe river 160
skirting the Alaskan coast put Point chilns north: west 40 chains: south
Barrow tnd keeping In tht shoal wattr, >*° ******* ********* <***'** •• ********
btlwtencoutiiid tct-lield until the. eommtnetmtni.
Mtch^i. rivt, _ reached in August   ^?«E5K_-i W5S
and Mr. Stelamtn. ethnologist. *i" umchten river Mulh-eail corner-pctt.
join hit co-workers in the straggle tc about lour miles north c( W. Ctrl-
enrteh science ind enlarge Canada,      flight's ptt-implion:   thence north
C the river 160 chains: weal 40
Last week tht lini.iuut cl the ^uni: tcuth ItO chaini: eul 40
Ledge. Greenwood's new weekly, tiudt chants to point tf commencement,
iti appearance.   It li a ttvtn column Kamoofs Lummk Co.. Lm
lolio ihett. and lull ol local ntwj. with $Uri „ „ndt*i+y. B, c, Ap,.| _5,h
a lair ~t*neatntatlo,i In iu adveitiunK 1906
cahimiu,   Appearances indutie thai NOTICE _ htrtby riven that 30
il hu ume totHy. wnh R. T. Ltwerv ,_,„ „,„,,,,, , JMW)d ,e „-*., ,0 ,h,
at chief push and Jimc* W.Grier tn.Chltt  Ccmmtiiontr   cl  Latvia and
immtdlitt chirgt,   Thu it underused vVcrkt lor a ipectal lieentt to cut and
to b« tht twentieth weekly tUrted b» «-V «*»"""•« '**>***** M*m***t
thegtntal Cdsntl   Pnattii* PiMieer. *mt****t **<**•
________________________     ; Ctniieencing mi pi marked
"J. A Johmtcn,- on lhe west tank ol
Turn-Turn liver, about ene-haH mile
Irom iu mouth Jitttee 60 chilns wtat,
60 chains north BOchainttitt. ihtttct
i ,       •    ,l!e 1    ;       ■■,-.-.
ifeapetitie- f   '   ■ men!.
SS^^ta^l^^^L * Ccmmtiiciiig it a pctt maiked
a   !         a •■     ' '.     '•>      : '■        '-' ■        ■■■ a    '"•    ' .
Count*/, it theCii/ tfibAuby. B, C.  into Turn Turn river, about 7 mitta
yAart?* * f****** ***$ J?M ****** ■- *********** ******* ****>*** *******
i.-://i\--: ...-.; r:--* «'*:»• ' *■     *>:■■
.        ... ■
l» w. T. to.**- ... i   chains nuihtMi:  (hence   160
Haw io point of eammtaeain-h!
t,.,.   s    ,., ,..        ...... ....   ...
u*wS*» ,i Commtneing tta post marked
''*i- "J A Jchnilcn.'* on a creek naming
Oa..i*tfc ■   th# wttttrn tide ol Tton Turn
■
»fe| 7 mtw up th- creek . 40 chaiiu
.   •     * .
1
Hot Springs Sanitarium
Nov under the management ol
Hanky   McIntosh,   Hodman  House
Rossland
The. Medical Waters of Htloyen ara Iht
■..live in tht world. A (eeileat,
ntiuta: remedy Icr til Netvcua tnil Meitcu-
:tr Dttttatt, Uvtr. Kldnty and Si maeh
Allmenll lla Baths leever fa:', li e.cie
Kheaumaiiam. An absolute euaramee Riven,
Ttrms. i\210 i\:           For further
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Lake. B. C.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Creenhouict and Sted Houiet
VANCOUVER  _ B.   C.
Headquarters (er "PACIFIC COAST
CROWN girden. llower and field
seeds, New crop now In, and on lest
In cur greenhouses. Ask your merchant (or them In sealed packages. II
he does mt hatidle ihem we will mail
SO assorted Se packages ol vegetable
and llower seeds (our own selection.
suitable Icr B. C. gardens) lor J 1.00.
Special prices cn your bulk seeds.
B. C. Grown Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
n: w teady lor Spring shipment    Extra
I Prune. 2 yr.. line. S2S per 100: Sugtr
Piune, 2 yr.ellnt, S30 per 100.
!   No etpttite. If ta cr dtlty tl lumlniien
1 tr iii>(wiicn.   Let mt price your liti Ftint
'  - '  tt    Gitettkutt Plana,
■   Ut nifpiies. Iruit r-trVt(ti.
tic.   CtitUefut tin,
M J HENRY.
1010 ».   IC let.,   HOael      VoetOUVCT
B.C
NOTICE.
IHSVOU 1.0N0I   t'.VIl TMI-SlilP
/__.       ■ .va-akuuiuiiiiimmjj^/iiiA, S
INDTCiYM       h^*  - HEAT
"|V\«
y^Sj/ntaa. ^__a'*^
It i« rn« llw |cri«. aw (atv Inr it lanw* llitl mikr. .1 rhat|<
M a-<|attain. tint tlw luni it ctli«miu.|. <a«i.uii*»
\ romman (uttuant ««> i~«t ),»u t', ,* tin !•«. n.tn *
,1.(.1 (..!« Ihit up Uh. Itral Went.
what do you fain?   Nothing, Imt att Ida • attia
tta,(li Hut [tea will, ■  ,
Ti,r" tunahlna ••
alt*1 vn* b%\t* tiutplrv.i. ■'
Sc.'eel by n.t<.-|*1«hg .toilera etWJettlH".        |l
McC'.an^
!>
1/iS-tt.H.   TviftriMTv).   MievT'il'lt,
Ht.  J'll\   IUVI
a    ;.
e
4, Ccmmtr,    . - marked
' J. A Johmton. on a citek nmaing
inl» the west aide tf Turn Turn uver.
nutate  <     ''tttt40 chaint
160 chaim neith tt«t,i.<
40 chains ncriheasi: ihenet 160
chtin; to pw* fit MntmtnctMttnt
smmtncmg at a p:si maiked
' - -' i on tht
well tank tl the Turn-Turn river, a
* * *   cfeite *.-«th el MK-a Lake
«h. 80 chain-.
• - iih. thence W
•       • . . ■
6  C
-
a    "
•'   >  iMt.
■
Dian ^xiiiege
N'tv.   \V.-.|m.n.|er. I! C
Rte. VI     •     ■- nJPIttt
,     , .   ....
'tl Sfhs«l (or  Ltdiei ind
. Regular ccurte inchidta
I'lepanltry. High School, Cotlegtile,
and University wotk,
In the regular count tmiraction it
given in ihe advanced public school,
high tchtcl. Cctleglate and university
iht icecitl count* tnctudt
lhe vsctl. initiumeitul and lechmqut
Ui mtiiic. In Art: Skttchttf.Oil
Painting and Pyrsgraphy, ALo l-'hy-
ileal Cultute and Elt-ition
Spring term begins on Januity 6th
Nlht irtiiteltt iik) tt
tftttnicicrt     Septiat
tantiea* college, bcya' dcimilwy. tnd
.-
Write  lor   (arlioilara   Send   Icr
Calendar
For Sale!
.-   - -   -
SuitiMt fsr (mil greying and
tfaifjing.   A|fl; to
J  W  M CAUUM. SftbnctiArm.
•0  VtAM*
cxptftitict
1n**t Mifwa
Dcmmh
Co#f*llft*<TftiC
||»..4M>-I'e| a«,,     •  .    •-,»- ...
t* .» • t_l «•■*. . •■»* •  ." •- •
•••     ' • '   '.»____
a* • •     •■♦■•it    **%&&** ..  t
^ ...» .***■ m*.    « a - k*. e...   ttmr. t
ta*    •■•••■   at, -_,-*,  ttp-a. % ,      i****!
m* teitr'fi't. • "   >1 t»ej*y» te.tH
Scientific
*♦•*«- -** ••*•» i
Vii • *?•»!'
MUNHiCo."— NewTork
p-t-^...ttw mr tm   mm* •«       I- •
Get the Credit
* Att*. i.A.f
Printed Butter Paper
 /
a    . -     r Combine Pleasure (ft Profit
By Oblalnli.   TOOLS    -   larden     Farm
At A. FULTON'S
■ .       .■ . .
.        .     .' lorr, el
THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY. B.C.. MAY 2    ">
ill.'Imi enalu    ;   nn   l'.,',ii
tSAX — .
:z_a-_it:. _.euu , •-_....-:a^w«a.-s*rj:.iKi.-_ai_i
hei      I dele   ■■
Bell and W   Wo .J wtnl
r g. Fun ..   You run . • visited
IR W RAN   iED
______________________ _____________________________ •  ■
ol the
~"yl/ i , ihg supplying
retk.
.    ,;-:nenl ol
iht EuderbvCc - '-' . .led.have
rpr   peel
Iheir prop' vn  vai moved
.  i .
Are you intending lo sell
this Year
7
Town
irm
eny
WI
ith
11. P. LEE
,
l Win   ind       : ii will
enct boring.
Provincial  Constable Gardom  returned on Tuesday, Irom Vernon, Irom
chasing th- Is Id up men.
G. Ormeaby, manager ol th
loops Lumber Ca'a shingle mill al
Annls, spent a f<*» days in I
TOWN 9b PISTMCT   ji Mr.-   Ht
__.. . I " ia trlndown'■'
.NOTES . I
  —  ■    I,   .11,  —Hll ,._
•
■
.
ill ihe coplou
week, all pouie
ingtt       n past, and prospects
nil lo a record vr»p in both gram
ill.   Tht i        is ttto (
lhe Union Restaurant
CUFF   STREET,    ENDERBY
WEEK KETS. 15.00,      BY THE MONTH, $20,
BAKERY
In conneoilj'i wiih iht Restaurant a first clau Bakery Is es-
lablished Irjen which can alwaya be obtained the h itat Irom
Ihe even    Alwayi Iresh.
A nice  line  ol  Conlecllonery Is carnr.1 in ll   ..     Fruh
nseison   Don'l bake bread when busy. IKY OUKS.
f
Everything Strictly
First-class
J. McQUEEN. Proprietor. En i
IS   .    lal
>\
Harness-maker and Repairer,   Trunks.
Valises,   Etc.
J. W. EVANS. ENDERBY
IKe
ihe matked  j
ib hav,- ji
Aylmer H* Force Pump
• -
.     pei tittir.
a D   • H
•
■
I J. Johnson Sa,mo^BC
W ACF.NT *	
Jtlta- .
■   '
Monday, rtl
Mi   Simmons hai
■'
.
■■•■ i
.
it
'
■
■
iwasi
■   ng thatever
. -
d tetany
•
■
"
■
•
Mt   ' •     ev    lyi thit he
1 in th»
"
■
■
■
■ •          .
.
.
•
•    -
2Stlt, ithu evrningi tt 7 30. p m
-
■    itong Farmeri'
taped
■   -
June   15th   t:   25th     The
(chad
■   .
- here, but e»:I I I   I
utlon will be d*
days.   Aa aeon at word ta -
Iromth" ll  Itri will be called
lor the erection o! ihe   wai
which* i enct.
Thtm r High School ea-
II   - will b» hjld in Ei.:
M'. J- Monk. a-ieonvaiiH by Mil.
• -*d in Endetby
- Old Country, on Tuesday.
Mr. Mont thtl I    *r. V/m
It    ol Endtrby «
Moffet's Best
.','.
HONEST FLOUR
We do not use any bleaching process to make
ur  t-ie-ur  ..hue     When ordering INSIST an
gelling our tlour.
IE. Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd., Endbpiiy
STOCK OF
BRICKS
NOW ON
HAND
best day in the Valley.   Well burnt brick* at letttntablt pricta,
irgi     i Small Qua ' I
The Enderby Brick (tb Tile Co. hy. B. C.
-.'.'■
M
■
■
-
route I
Mt
■
■    ■  •
-
.
Irlvt -■     •ehich Ihe K
■    brlngtrt)
■
"
■
■
g    ll        .     .
■
-il  Re
inch has
-
...
■   •
rii- slock con-
it men's
■   , • ■'■
n   ii
till be ci
pr prlitt manner, at
ri ailing    Orange
. relent,
ind Mi
. 'ia   .,;;    .,
Ice Cream!
more
Delicious than a dish  ol Ice
Cream ihese hoi days.   To be
had at Mrs. TINGSTROivVS.
Clill Streel
Notice.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCER
Any . • >' ■ .•   '
cutting   underbrush upon   the buds
,   .-1   the undersigned will be
• <-- mil notice
■
I
F. K  '
0 ft Law
_
Can
it**.
rat I   ling will      •■ "
lewn the early part tf Ihe week    Mr
Gosling has been appointed la supp':*    ■
ithmichten licii in the tb     '•'
-
... ....
Lendetl, Oiilatb. nett month.
A slrcni; constitution
means a heal'.hy mln I
and g * - and
good work means ad
vancemenl To have
a slrchg consiltu'.t n
one musl have lhe best
meals, and that's whal
you *».1ll find al Ihe new
brick block Always
Iresh. jjlcy and tender
Geo. K. Sharpe
ENDERBY
Seed Potatoes for Sale.
lalvest.   Bii;
Mvtral kin- tf lata
I
liak   was a   .    1 •
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