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Array ihe    Enderb
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and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 2.   Numhi;i< 31.
'DERBY, B. C, DECEMBER 15, 1905
$2 a Y
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A full line of
mas
Fruits
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dGr
ocenes
Always the best
on lhe market.
Correspondence
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Raisins, Currants,
Perl, Fiys, elc.   .
A nice line of biscuits |
and Confectionary   . ,
Another Guessing Contest Next Week
C
HARVEY 9b DOBSON
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HEN IN ENDERBY
STOP   AT.
Th*. KING EDWARD HOTEL
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THE   LEADING   lOSTBUtV  OP THE OKANAGAN VAOEY
Visilort to th* northern put Ol th* Okanagan Valley, whether
land hunting, sr !>r pleasure and jpitt. can do na better than
mak* this hout* their headqtiatier* Tabl* tnd cuuin* un-
excelled Bar replete *!!h Until wines, spii'is. liquwra. cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
urn «MURmv     •     Proprleton
ri,'nm« \v/;-,_* ***************** w«*******
L-nnsimas \v ines ...  _ tlm_tui»nibe »*si
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rrivea
and
rrls
We are opening out the nicest and best assorted lot of
Furniture and Christmas Presents ever shown In Enderby.
ffnmUimA  *** Quartered Oak. Mahogany. Ratun
rUrllllUre   Bamboo.   Upholstered Couches, Mt
and Leather Chairs. Fancy Rockers. Centre Tables, and almost
ever/thing needed to make a home cheery and Xmas like at
THE FURNITURE STORE, j;-- erby
\V II Y * it »i oWom that III
= last week a Utut on "Vat;;
For tmt reason tr anothsr a hole cations,"" 1*3? il IW6.
has b*tn l«li. «lt«r the Hying tf lh*    Mf   F   H   Hilt ^^ ltm
'   >«»» «t Saturday
Laadg.NsW.AFvA
•no*     ' 'heir annul eiecmn cl olll-
liced: ind ll would bt an my miliar , 24,
(or at,-.- " I      ManAtu Irom her*  attended the
Into 11. thereby cauiwga nastyjanwal election of oflicetaatAmutroif.
accident. Icr which no doubt lhe eoun- j ol Okanagan Baca Pr*
ild be heid • No en Thursday lasi .
doubt a reason can I bui 'I' p. V. VenaUes see
the work cannot be completed, the ex   dl       Vernon this v*tk .
cavatlon should be prcjeriy protected, tether.
,W« acctpi no respoiisililiiy i 1   |
expressed under Ihis hen I        I
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day mon
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From Mr  II. W   Harvey
Enderby. B.C.. Dec. 8, 190S
Editor Endirhy Pfosress :
Dear Sir—I have read wllh great
Interest and no little amusement your
transcription ol the letter vrlt'ei to the
City Council by th* lat* Mayor ol this
Clly explaining, and endeavouring to
explain away, his misdeeds. For some
obscure reason, known probably only to
himseli. he has tried to beguile the public, or those ollheitt who
have not hid or taktn the crap.-nunitv
il my claim on acctn 1
perues Incurred by mc Inlaying lertali
City sldevalka la Intimately 0
arabt/ connected with the ac
brought against him cl illegally trading
with the Municipal!!1; the accuracy ol
which charge he admits by tenderer,.
his resignation.   I took jartieulir care
st the meeting lo which you rater, and
you were there and know thai what I
say is accuttte, lo serrate lhe two
questions, wtll knswing the  Mayor's
anxiety to milk* ll appear that I was
mt,-.; 1  !e*l ngi   ' ,»•  ... in 1
iy to take th* step I lelt it my duty to
lake.   The question wu, and is, a
public on*, and lor th* ask* ,'
tng ihe esubliihmtr.! tf am.
precedent I (tit it my duty to "
a  .       -':•■   ■   • ■•■" -,••.•   	
Irregularity.   In view oi the lact that I
assured the 'then! Mayor that I had
no desire lo plunge lhe City
expenis and annoyance ot an -
law, but would be saittlied by I
:•';*,"< -   ,   ."'-.   i..'
ir- Iht event ol his  re-no 1.
ihould b* gild 10 support him. I think
thai th* tom In which h« addressed
the caini'l in his le iter, and virtually
Ihe public through th* medium ot your
paper, which tf course I
.....
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.
I regret. Sir. to have tre;,raised at'
nKhal*ngihca your vahaMt space.
publicity to Mi
ielttr you will al!4t. m* an eou.
el denning my peiitio.i.  Thanking ye
in aaiiciteiiwi. I am. Sir,
• iiuly,
Th* annual 1
nilure sine cn W
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THE UP-TO-DATE   CHRISTMAS       DRUG STORE
Gifts for Ladies
,: Cases, Toilet
Sets, Travelling Cases,
!•'... :   Albun.  " .ii
leure Sets. Fine Boker
Scissors 3 In Case, Plush
Sewing Sets, Work Boxes
r-'ollos, Mirrors.
I* Purses. La
dies New Hand Bags,
Standard i'oems tn padded
leather. High Grade Stationery in box*|, Fine Perfumes, beautiful bottles.
Pretty Ink Stands. Fine
.)'. Cut Glass,
Table   Ware.   Perlume
Gifts for Girls
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Toilet Articles.
Fancy Bjxe«.
paper and envelopes.   Albums. Btx. i   ■ Cl
Gift., for Old
Pople
BIUm   .
menu, n    B
Pruy-r   B).ks,   i
Hand Bags, Sou,
Enderby.
Books
Thia is a ;i»;i».i
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(ur boy
'.Iks
HigS grade
Stationery
able Chrl-.lmas gift.
We hav* small bo:
Come here   y^
Xmas Gifts
and for all your Holliday Drug Store Sh..j p.ng.
You tre Invited to come, and come often, and
see our fine display of Holliday Goods.
We have  only   NEW   AND   UP-TO-DATE
goods lo show you.
We can give vou better value  than largo clly
slores for similar goods.
We show you the goods and allow you 10 choose.
No guess work about ll.
We have gifts for Ladies, Gentlemen, Children and
Old People.
We have low-priced goods and expensive goods
We have something nice for everybody,
Come at early is you can en* s> t the beat
choice ol gooes
D. NAIRN   &  CO.  Gifts for Boys
Gifls for
Gentlemen
Shaving Set;
Bool
real Varlel       '   lar)
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tain pens.S. uvenlr Playing
Cards. Ink Stan
er Wallets, Shi.
rors. Hai Iktrcl
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Small Boxes.
Padded Leather Raior
Cases. Fine Rai
ii ;!-.
DructRtals and Kency Cood*. Dealers
II . i'.elcimei
Gill  C.al-.li.--
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and
.  y bom.    Otgans
li m ISC
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blrts   Uiiku'en
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I'.icicelaefl     Pen,
Wi an   •
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PneesrancY 'torn II JO
to SIO.
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S.mlcer." Supplies
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Cul Gla.ss
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Tumblera. Berry  Bowb.
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The E C. FRUIT
l-< COUNCIL MEETING
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l'.»cr Seen un
Or
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I..1..1    Intci...., wil. Mi  'I ccrncr  A,.ni-
I in l.eii.Jcen Icr Br,ieel, Columlnt
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Sfe«Ml e .- ■       • ...a.n, ,   to V.  1 I >"..! I %S
Messi
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.  :   by   Mr i iimer,
npoct
gby li
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and in such a manner lhal will not pr*.
•lie*.
Thee::-, I       •' oily called lor
Ibt work le b* -   •"iei«ni
A    '
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:'!lbuled lo Ihem
ed Ihs ar        ,
evening.
Mr  ar.d W*
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A £' rning
tour oi the ioggihg cani**: around Mabel
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over Irom Saimai Aim cn Saturday, jjjif,"" No other 1
Mrs E.l -visit- ceivel RetW
;s in town this w*ek. Ml b* may.
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Jacobs will sell aporli. I of I
Slgnmeii! '    ,, :. nal
in Wen lown
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- 'KOCHESS, ENDERBY, B.C., DECEMBER 15, 1905
THE PROGRESS
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' JE    SUIS    PRET."
My Strangest Case
BY QUY BOOTHBY,
Author ol "DM. NIKOLA," "THH OBAUTIPUL WHITS DEVIL,"
••PHAROS, nm i.iiii'iuN." lite.
FFICIAI   DIRECTORY
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Bradley, J, W,
K T. Smith, 0.
ahum Rosoman
Basil Gardom
THE   STORE
-FOR-
Chrift
mas
GROCERIES
Everything Iresh and clean
Dcn't forget the
Children
Toys
See our selection before
buying  elsewhere
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etc lieia Ice
ai .1  Heat
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Do You Know?
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pecte: In lhe I 11    in .:gh m
names are mentioned as yet.
ll   ele ll ns in January
so quietly as
' .it on Saturday last.
Whether y:u have a vote or
	
'   the statistics
iges turn out
Si .1   '».   1. •    ,1    all t„r llAllg    .IC
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PROFESSIONAL
W. P. GOOCH
Barrister. Solicitor, etc.'
Kit. 1ILOCK
i-r.: ERBY •        B C.    '
Wm. H. Whittaker,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW
SOLICITOR. NOTARY
PUBLIC. Etc.
PETER   BURNET
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Metcalfe    Enderby j
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all |c.d up, SU.OOO.OOO. Rest.. SIO.000.00
Balance Prom, an* Loss account, >V3.VHH
HEAD  OFFICE,   MONTREAL
Piestdem, Ri„ht Hjii. Lord SlimltMiiii an 1 Mount Royal C, C. M. 0,
I'testeleiii. Sir Ceo. A. Diummond L. C. MC.
A General banking Business transacted
■    i   led State
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Savings Bank Drrtment
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Hh   Australia 28,
Queensland 30 V;
ulh Wales 268
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ol M ...icir/a! and
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OKANACAN      DISTRICT
C, A '. ". later. Vetu.it
i ■ KELOWNA
. SiAAfi    P UuMouluieSub-Afi
COUGH &
COLD REMEDIES
cant1* Hall.   .
* cordial;./ invited is -
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Gel them at the Armstrong Pharmacy and get them Pure.
Dispensing done by a competent chemist.   When tn Armstrong
C. O. F. No  1058    *-*•*■•   We have *****besl appointed drug store in the Valley
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Masonic building Armstrong
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COLUMBIAN
COLLEGE
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BIG FOUR CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES. Ltd.
SPECIAL   ONE MONTH OFFER. 1
5 CENTS PER  SHARE
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Send live eents pcttar* ' I
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Set.d tsr "B niiih Cilumtna llltairaied." aver \<& views.   Puce S3 cents.
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IH     :' PRINTING
Oul of Town
Tl.<
Free Press
of Winnipeg and
The Progress
ot Enderby lor the year 1906 J 2
The Free Press Is given absolutely Iree
wllh The Enderby Progress as an Induce
ment for Ne* Subscribers wno pay one year
In 11 nice
Job Printing
MAIL ORDERS
,.»   a  -;»j!iy of mail crders.   and give
HttM   D t. such.
Halt and besl assortment of printers' mat«rlals
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I lor Bl       aivj samples Complied wilh by THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C. DECEMBER 15, 1905
Plumber ®> Tinsmith
DO   YOU   WANT
A water system in your house
A furnace
An Iron roof or eave troughlng
11 so call and get an estimate, It costs you nothing
Batli tubs, Range boilers, Sinks, Water pipes and fittings,
Rlvelted stove pipe, and Air tight heaters, our own make
always in stock.
A. FULTON
ENDERBY
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Empire Lessons
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The following are a lew snaps we have on our
Enderby Land List
22 320, I 1-2 miles Irom lown. 290 acres under cultivation. 13 acres orchard, some slock and implements, fair
buildings.   Price $3000.    Hall cash
23 160 acrea, 3 miles from Endeiby. oOacres under cultivation. Good building, two acres orchard and small Iruli. waler.
Price J4000, hall cash
23 367 acres, 7 miles from Enderby. some under cultl
vatlon.   All  bailout  land, a go-.d place lor   mixed  farming.
Price $6000, hall cash
25 60 acres. S mllea (rom Enderby. 40 under cultivation
Watered by stream, balance in heavy timber. Price 33600.
part cash
The only Land Agent who cevem   n,   I   .   I__-t,
the Okanasan Valley.       A „_ HALE En(hrt|y Hom AplB|
-J
The Winter is Coming
What about lhat new stove you were
going to have. We have a choice
selection of
STOVES
Ranges
Heaters
The   HARDWARE  STORE
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
FRUIT TREES
My Spring-delivery orders are all In. When you are
preparing for Fall-delivery trees, write me. I represent the
Nurseries of Slone & Wellington, Toronto. The
quality of the trees sent out by these nurseries Is
as near perfection as scientific growers can make It.
t. A. CHA??ELL, Enderby
FasnionableTurn-outs
We are now In our new Stables where everything Is spick-and-
span Rigs and Saddle Horses always at your command
Stalls and teed ready for your horses after a long drive. Cliff St
MATTHEWS t\ EVANS ENDERBY
RAILWAY SPECULATIONS
Our readers vill d eubllesie remember
lh* dipping Irom ihi; Victoria Timet,
which we published last week, having
Heretic* to lh* coming railway legislation Great interest has been aroused lhls activity, and many ar* lh*
aptcidatlgm thereon
Interviews with A A McArlhur.
who U Iittincntg ihe VetnenSt Midway
lent to ihli tumor by lh* (act that the
Coast Kootcnay project, which practically parallel* the V. V. and E., the
Hill road, la included in the scheme
What the extent ol the propcaeu
operations In British Columbia amount
lo may be readily seen by purusing the
notices, ll is, that application will be
mad* io incorporate a company with
power to acquire the lolfcwlng charters
and operate lh* undertakings: The
lesve little dcubt tha- - ' ac-1 Vancouver It Coasl Railway Cc. the
livity al Midway tt only the beginning KamloojH. k Allin. ihe Albetnl k
and lhe pretent cotutructlcfl is only the Cowichan Railway, and Ihe Midway 6s
commencement on a system which will Vetnsn Railway Csmpany.
From i!u London Ovor-Seas Mall.
l..ni.iel.i    line/    tlce    I'.lellle-
By 0. R. Parkin, ul,d„ c.m.o.
While (lie rapid growth ol ill- Unil-
e-d Siaies, dm ing lhe lasl hall century
particularly, lias made Canada's relative position appear comparatively unimportant, II seems likely that lhe next
half century will make ihe disparity
Icis striking. Sir Wilfrid Laurier's
picturesque saying lhal lhe nineteenth
century was lor lhe Uniled Stales an!
lhat lhe twentieth Is lor Canada. Is not
exaggerated II we reler to the rapid filling up ol virgin territory and Ihe
speedy development ol untouched re-
sources. Canada must make her
plans lor a large future, and thai as a
< specific power
In Iter partnership In the Empire lie
1 her besl hopes (or the realization ol:
such plans. On lhe oilier hand, as a
hallway house and through route ol |
Empire. Ihe significance ol her relation
lo ihe nation as a whole cannot be over
estimated. The fact thai the nsv.il
nations at Halifax and Ksquinialt have,
been handed ever for maintenance to
lha Dominion Government proves the
trust the Motherland puts In Canadian
loyalty to the national partnership.
Thai Canada Is willing to accept this
crucial responsibility proves as conclusively lhat she begins to realize that
partnership in a great empire Involves
duties as well as advantages. Tli.'
sense ol duly will grow as Canadians
(ace lha problems ol lhe Pacilic.
They cannot study ihem too carefully.
CHINESE anJ OUR FLOUR
That thousands ol sacks ol Inferior
grade* ol American Hour are beingsold
under Canadian brands and as a Canadian product in Hong Kong and other
{leading Chinese markets, was ilul
I startling slatemenl made tc ll
vine* lasl week by Mr, Slant]
brough. ol Korea, a well know
sportsman who came over on the R M.
S. Empress ol India.
"Canadian Hour, thi lineal In the
world, ia receiving a bad set-back ma
roundabout way by reason ol ihe bay
colt on American goods which was ao
strictly enforced lor a while In Cl In.."
said Mr. Bellbrough. Tli I wily Oriental merchant, when he (cund that lie
had large stocks ol American Hour on
hand, which would be likely to rot belore aale. soon hit upon an Ingenious
and ready manner of disposing cl II.
I know personally ol hugs warehousis
wilh thousands yes. hundreds ol thousands of sacks ol American ll.unhai
were all gone over, reaacked and given
Canadian brands. 01 course with ths
Atm-iion   II ur   boycotted,   there li
■ practically only the Canadian flour on
lhe  market.   Consequently, the so-
called Cat having* big
;a!e. but the quality la so poor that th-
aslule Chinese do nol ll
I ll    In fact, according
. it   ii w baying, ihe Chinese can
where the superiority thai is
claimed (or the Cana ii.
.    Iti
This is a eaae wh*r« thi Canadian
(Government should tar,
'    ; i'	
II not,  an will rktl   -
Canadian mlllmen an just developing.
w>!!be l.-.t to the Dominion.
My   Strangest Case
<Continued lioin page 2*
ilu. icciiie jeeerrca from olvlllxriilnn hnd
proved ton inilc-le f,.r llllll, iiiiii In. ecu,
"•'H.'.V    Ice    llll.-     Ceir.ll.ie     || |       II |l 1 | l|||lU.
'  I.
lice
III
trouble i.eie. hem.
Next lie.,1..inn iht-y hit.' lip mnl lute!
break rant ed In fi ri- ■! in ..net > thi
ak.v. Tln.li  il ii niri il.lh.) plekrd
>l|l   lliclr  llllll.   ,,! ||   iiiiili,   i,    ic.   ||||. |
■ervnnti I, cc ,c rami! lln rump, and
Hi. i ..it , ic ii,- ripu.i. e.c-c rc
Then war I in-reppi I ire, how
cut. iii linn ,1, incinner,.   A nfrvuus
eV'ililllcnl   Inn!   iiI.ii,   | iSlllill  cc!
lln in  .i il .   iff..-. I inrli ii .en a, .,,'if
rlcam, ll  e ,   ..,.  im e...-  ci, .. Hula
I'eeclcl    IV,,. .1   Itl)     |>llt<lll   ,  I     Up     lei.
 11, n.    I  In-  in n   .,1" .1 ■ '.. eeli-eV,
nut nn i.' ...r rami fn m >i   The
l.c . cc'. i' cc,. emerald blue, the
a i  cc   .  ■ i cl.,. ,e,,   ,, ,| j„ , fineicB,
■cti :,  i f  the   itii'.i   u.'ta'enus
plumage lieu eonlluuall) iict, »-iln it
path    The) hnd no regard, however,
fecr llllllire-'. lecieeilic a Tlie-c-i.e. ng fn!
...•llllll .tn. In lleclr ll"nr*-. r, I   , •
il  blind I- everything > lu    ll..
er el   ilic-   stone   Icr",',•<•,   pa -.'
Ilirimgli ilic eiiih-r peeri'ecie ufiliei :.
|iri„icnl  ,1   eiCe-r   tile ace e ,,     ,|    ,.,, ,'
el I II, Willi III' Illlill' ci le o| old
(I ,•'-.    I,    It.   I   ce.ee   lip Cfcj   ...;.,
•,,.,.e-ei. tin- courtyard .e! iln king's
pilar*
"Now, luy friend*, llatcie i,, in,,,"
.illcl Kheaiit.r, n* he eMmkc lice ec i ;.
ilic.li the t.ii.ti he l.it.l lieen rarryit,-.
"whal .. have ice dec I. i.e ihurnughl)
...niii! ill.- whale cf ilc • •'"ne ii '.
ni'li h) 'i.-li .nd  cc- h) .team '   .*.'.
CCIe'l   le,.   C.l.itlL',   f*.r  llllll   U   til Url"
cm! i.f ih.. Three Klephanla' llr.de,
'lie la  rcl   lee  li.e e1..lllll.     YceU  IH (,--   |||C
•  tht hand i de." 1. wenl nn, id ''e...
■ II c   ; ".. ii,I'ihIiI),inii.l id. ihe
.•■    I*   •!. ihe middle   I' ". ■'•.'■
Enderby Flour
Never send out ol town (or what Is made as good as
the best In town,     ln supporting home Industries you
are supporting yourself and others who make the town
These are our brands:
Model's Besl, Hungarian, Premier, 1 hree Star,
Drifted Snow. Auina, Sirong Baker's or XX,
Whbai Sheaf, Superfine, Graham, Wh lb Wheat
Patronize TITo Home Mill
IE. Columbia Flourins Mills Co., Ltd. Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer, Trunks,
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS, ENDERBY
" THE "ANDERSON"
SSS FORCE PUMP
III!
k
'
m
'   A.
Will pump double ihe amount ol water with one
hall the power ol any other: and runs so easy thai
a little child can operate it II well Is nol loo deep
its capacity li: No. 2. 1000: No. 3. 1500, No.
4. 2000 gala, per hour.
S_JW I' yeu want the best twentieth century un le Jute pump
■<■} :!.   Civil
A
■
'•;'     •*.        !■'•      il latVomoi
!.-...•       ilommatn
lie .   I. Ihl   I    !••   '..   ec.c,   >   I     eel.
inn! if ll,.  -r   ,..cr,i.lcclc (,c<ii„tMi)-
tthcre. It cc || Im here    Ke»r ilmt rra«
.ecu we've u-ei t„ eel alwill ihi   -  -
tt« ..ecu [,. p,,..'lt|,,;   Sic, i„ *, rL'"
I', ngihi ii-ii Inralhe) bad ice, ee,-i.i
With 'lie lie feet | )|t   p.Up ll-  -
'lie it     leC.lt,    l.llltlpillg   Ilic     I" i
Vemon and ex-
. -
I It'iirv Brain
I.
VERNON.   B.C.
>e| I.   '      e e    .'
I.. .. ..       I!     i i. ..c, .
clinllilier    II   I, Ihl cc,
lccllt.,l„ti.   ilea)   pal e-'e •'
etc.- nailed Inc! ... ,
Ing, mull ih,) lim! linn
ever) alngle alnni i n..a
however, rewarded 'lid
"I eipec led  .- BUeh
. i   ■      v ■ .     ■ '    . .,   .
\     .      ..     '   nlng
.   • ., rlahc
.l.cl.eep.
!   etecWII
.|.cnk.
IU)lc,
HELP US to make lha PROGRES:- I
Hon in the valley    We want   ■
$2.25
V
©<
your ti-' •     ■ i   * ih    I ■
ktionii h «niild hafeenmi
li*- nn| (hr tlr*t timt- l*ri
ni- htiiillnir* hui I'll iw it      ■     ■ ■
•li.'in-i. IVhitl enough of lh<
.. ii "
\ danircratti Htftii mi wvt.iriiitf in
Kitwati r'« tjrti    It* t-
tin   run bar «• If tn inlWpMloli ttf
tnnililr, mnl jilU'-tl hla fi*'* <!rftatitl>
nn htiltpf.
"tf yiin'r- f.iintf tu i ilk WUr Uml.
my boy," In' lerfiiti.   «Mh   nnrr   ■
t|iintrr in !!• Wilrf. "if- '-•* ' I •■
toumlrr«in'«lmehnlhrrMra •      ■*
Onw mnl f..r nil Ifi mr '• ■    *
I'll lm.. norteaf \-»u i ■*     ■'
»r oi n-i Hi - lm) bi *•
)HT||     L'f'ltlll* ift      tcfwS
.1, iu... il
Tn
JANUARY      FIRST
..   mad. did) iltlr. In- g
I..-, round u|m	
|ltlt*U|l  J'lll l»||   |Mt
jour ni -i r)   u-
nlnl I (luii'l liuli'l ■
ll  ll   <ffr Mil El    •*
til I   ll  f.ll *»f  /,.
,..   ,,....  ■;■:,
.'•
> ii, ,i i,.
, et   C.elil   11
• II plm-.i." >e
II   , ,
evenlunlly enlend ;.v-r
ol Ihe Inieticr ol British Cthimbli.
The perssnel ol Ihe Ciinpuny inl«r-
,vi th* KimkwtM Standatd, is
alto an indtcaiien lhal ih.1 ay«l*nn now
under development will eventually be-
I part ol th* proposed extension
s! Ihe Chtetgo and Milwaukee 10 lh*
Pacific cottl.   Allho
-.      •-.
is beli	
cerning Ihe C
at* loo pet-'tstenl lo t
i Mill
The wheale ayalem will bi •
the ft. C. Central Railway C
A. McArlhur is lh»   ■■>,.• ul .
He Is abo idenlilied permanenlly wil
ihe railway • rporattd
build to Port Angeles to Olvn
■■     ■   '      ■'.-'.-• •
Esquimau.
■ inllmalely a:
with the scheme will net give any clue,
lo th" lnlcre:.!3 which 11
slher Ihan th? .,    • lhal II la to
be part o! a gigantic system  '
with ia -mutations in many dl
."..l&od that tl     ; -
livity in the central y.
llec I certee. leer a, .,,..,
■    Ul'l     ••        lliel    I   a.
|-i.    .■  ,e,r       1-e •     CiClt.i.,1,
. Mi ntalvo md punt bet
*****    '   '
.1 t BOUgh lee .ICcel  l.^e .
I ..eccelll    l'.ct,|,      Wl,., Icct-t
,1    Ilic    lel.II,c I    .    ,|   Ot llec
New Subscrib
-Jew subscribers *J3._5n «ns
r    J|ve !   'li 1! B
FAMILY HERALD & WEEKLY STAR
& THE   PROGRESS
To January I. 1907    This Includes lhal
beautiful picture. Queen Alexander and her
Grandchlllrcti FREE      A picture
ot place in your di
Present Subscribe   J'»«'"«•
rears can , n
llcipalc b.
YBAR IN ADvANCB 8! $2 .
*, J
"•;:.: We are now in a |   I lhalwe
,;r::;;: '   "HieM
Paper
Cans la
i
mm
. ■ *..'.
snl
any well in'-rtned liampenaiUM ««■ the Midway & Ve-r,
ri ac ! Ihe coif.isn lhal the road built It is claim
qutil arra'igemenl* capiUi is fcelnn i it/
- ■ • il.e lield in a light against J ever, • • mpt
Mil! inlele;.!;.    Addillonal Color is Brit III ■ •  I |
tngeln Herald
HclCHa   ...Cfl,ee.l....1
Ice .1,1   ..(   1),.
1,1,net "
I        . .      '
Uriel., bad <
rn'iirat, and
In* ,,,,i ii,
cccleel lel
it."    rn
I,a.   Ill
■ a     cil.c
We ii
Liala-fy
ia
fe-r    nil    etc
I el.a    I       '■
,.k.   *H
'■I  	
I la..-j we tli.il .■ ■   II
| ■ .      -.,.   Heme *ti-l  a*  la-  •**•
. -   -   .-  '  11 .a •
•
meter 13 ■
I...I.*. Iht
" ■    '
•    .   ■ '  ■     ■
t'l-e   j 111., lb.       !••.'  ."
Iii  .t I**' y".a\  • It-afl  Itce t
hurled li      • • ■
■
. a •    -
ci «.,. Itapowl
■ i THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C., DECEMBER 15, 1905
hju»l_a«'.2.1r_J_t*
I        Our Line is Complete
Xmas Goods
SKATES
Ever opened up In
BMj
omgs in
M,  ('.  MeCormicli ■"ilieCc.it
Enderby
An Ar
.liini! Departure
learn : Ihl
- W E
rears Iii
I..UMII '■■
ruaadal*.
: a I     I
Look
here !
tor
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
Enderby  Trading Company
a sBrmKivaBUiiKiMCfti'-
ir Ma '        .        I
so much as lhr*» m nil   ..>: i le
■    >
irkel
io become lively inl
i   era have been kept bu ■
n-apiicg a bounlllul harvest and condl-l
turns will ■
lh .       Mr. M
.l*o a director
Dimension Timber, (rom $8 to $10 per M.
$12 per M.
[rom $15 per M. up
furnished on Inquiry at
share ol your patronage.
TASTE
in Christmas Giving
him nu: • auona. io say no-
ihlngcl cow "• and cil
ia when actual develop-1
ment ol this district has |us( commenc
ed.   But wc i    ■    mill, with
the many opportunlllea that will present
themselves, do a litll* missionary work
(or this charming part ol tit* I
anagan.   We Join with Mr. Trues
:. .'I « llllll all
it under- Dry Boards and
i Willi the «, ,  ,
.    ,    Shiplap,        -      -
Canada,|      '   r
/ith head- Flooring, Ceiling, Siding,
leaves lor
i within a       Hfflr Any other Information will be
must (eeljour office.   We respectfully solicit a
,: tn-iimd which will have our carciul attention.
Ih, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO.. LTD
Enderby, 11. C
■
fresh
Geo.R.
e        i.lt.
'
Sharpe
•■
JEWELRY
•   SILVERWARE
	
 ._
■
F. Pyman
indemy
th* outlook lor the ti. ik  . j
mine was g od,   Victoria C
C,  A, Hattkey. ol Vem-
Tuesday and Wednesday In I
The concluding pwi
■   ■
neat week.
. n  ■
'■'
•   ' ;  glttli.
MOWAT (^ BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY. U. C,
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining anil General Lend Agents
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
TO   US
'■•  ;•
ness herv t-ill be continued,
1 ...»- a        I
.   I Henry's Nut   i
I ihrough on Friday)
rom Vet      -   ■   ■ _
n to defend a suit lor dama-1
■ ng bad petals seed.
.,,,,,. a been rcundmg up txil taxe., lately.
R.  McQuarrie cl Vemon i
Saturda
Th* potatoes -
nl  Consul;'"
Pul .lion
and Sup< i"i< rity
4 tea ol land, but
i sailed to germinate I
'    'S.i ',.r
i ail tlte st ! was warm
rthlei
'        l.r      •
•  p;tatc,'-  w ■
I I      111
J. ft Linton althcui-
-nd ties cul in J. \V. Christian's tint-!
and the work is being continued
nl aie bring hauled
.
. H. N. Henttrickson,
Ira C. Jones Tonsorial Aula
eVork
I I'm"       Sain
Halcyon
For Sale!
A     '.*'
.... . . ■
Murphy cl Ai    It   ,
and D. J, Mi
,-t I
-t..
SpaDumclwtn Aa;tumliut»i
i< i< Bums. Armstrong's «nl ■ •
ing druggist, wa* aboard Saturday'*
• ; ■ •
•
itinishCclunibia PhatniaceU'
ctatton, cl which he Is a coiltCS a
, ineiiiber,   Chrlsimaa irade is reported typewriter Can be made. .
li.'v Hammond is Perfection
N Ihli c'
lhe   IIAMMC
Ma.lctl  QuOMlioM.
..ittttraltg.
•   ■
1 ,'•
-
Armstrong •ffeSit.-illumcttccn
A iivulim.il Sotiely
will ba held in ih* 1.0. i- ">°**
on T.
. ,yj Paranja
■'   '
rim.
P. Burnet went 19 Saliis;n Ann an Cabbage
Tuesday, where h« u engaged tn layitf
sui lh-1 wrull « ther- , lea, per dOlbs
>ry, per 50lb»
. amary.
:'....
.     -.tier, per lb
- •
Halcyon Hot Spring*
Arrow Lelce. H C
prtntiun
11m Weatlwr-
in .tlignmeni. beauty ol t n
■
I..00 t>l'<"-!
■ , .       , ;   "...11,11.
iioo keydeprcssun. paperleed«<i
♦li-in-slghi   The Hamtt
wct Is superior to all ether type-
',;     Miters in every   '.her >|
, j5 lealure   A Hammond must be
300 seen to be appreciated   ll Is
.* ib far and way ahead ol any other
typewriter made. .	
ink ,   • ■ om.  nu wi .ii i
COMPANY
1 -     ll   A'- ■    ••le.-l   llll
cVottla.l.  IBS St   J<lr<>.    •
■
Mctl,oJi<tC!,...Je!'"m (or .Sale,
1V1. J, rltiNKY <j
■    .ir  oiMMr.r
Winnipeg l»*«« ********* **• *** *»***r****«**. a?l\tUKSERIfcS
1 lh" .oather lor lhe
3010 %'atitiiml« H i
Ki-mth
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lhe Union Restaurant
tmfa\*M
n
CO.      BY
BAKERY
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naahray
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mas Cakes
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B.C. Crown Stock of Fruit
and Ornamental Ir."
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Hum, Apriest--, h     -.,.,-   •
Kail Orders    K
lay el lutniga! n    LM
' ms price ysmr i ■
,<ii.<i   Canl'a-
.   CicMthtuie  Har's.  Pkral Welt.
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