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 Th,
oy   Progress
eroy
and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 2.   Number 41
ENDERBY. B. C. FEBRUARY 23 1906.
Pri.-e. $2 a Year
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HEN IN ENDERBY
^
.STOP   AT.
j TR KING EDWARD HOTEL
the leading hostelry of the okanagan valley
Visitor* to the northern part ol Iho Okanagan Valley, whether
land hunting, or lor pleasure and sport, can do no betier than
make this house their headquarters. Table and cuisine unexcelled. Bar replete with lineal wines, spirits, llqueura, cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
SKI.L *. MURPHY
ProprtoteaOTt
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W'... » A.   (LIml,  and olher drinks.   We have a
IlieS (X OpilllS |arft, assortment ol all the well
known brands to choose Irom.
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Good . Reading
at REASONABLE PRICES
Do you know thai w* sell all tht* latest fiction cn a plan which
makes good reading very inexpensive.
Buy a book (ram us.   Read It, Ihen return it lo us.   We
will allow you two-thirds ot It* value In exchange lot a ntw an*
NEW BOOKS JUST RECEIVED:
ii-n Blair
By Lillebridg*
Shining Ferry •
By Couch
Th* Gill
By McNtughtcn
Tha Seven Homes ■
By Drummond
El Dorado
By Cronlv*
The Deluge    •
By Phillips
D. NAIRN & CO.
Just A
rrive<
STILL AT IT!
Lumbermen are up In arms against
the attempt ol W. J. Bowaer, M.P.P.,
lo Impose a tax ol Irom II lo $4 oi> all
limber taken oil Provincial lands. This
Is whal will be done il the motion
now belore Ihe House amending subsection 2 ol section SB ol the Land
Acl Is passed.
While we do not Imagine thai the
government will allow such an amendment to pass, yel auch irresponsible
dickering* wnh lhe statulea ol till,
province are to be strongly deprecated.
Capital ha* in Ihe past kept away Irani
B. C. beciuie ol tht unstiblo and aver
changing natuta ol Ita laws; and now
lhat confidence has to a certain talent
been restored, wtll cannot bt lell alone.
First came tha knock-tut to the Midway k Vemon. and last on il* heels
came* a death-blow aimed ai an Indus
try which has tided us over many dull
tune*. Thli proposal come* al a stage
when lumbermen are feeling the pinch
ol lhe keenest competition: and ItniMt
Inopportune, Such an irresponsible
ItgitUtor should be tnuuled,
The country la suffering Irani toa
much lagUilM ol a patchwork nature
and thu atulen hu been no exception. Development ol our resource*
will nol puceid till the Land Act la
consolidated and put on a surer bails;
and in audi a manner that we may be
reasonably aura ol it staying lhat way
lar a lew yeara
Mr, Shleldi, ol the Kamloops Lumber Co.. taid. in an Interview yesterday
thai coniideiing the present state ot
lhe market, they could net aland a SOc
ta«: and 11 It were impostd ihey would j
be lorced lo cloia dawn. II the gov*
eminent had made It their business to
cripple our premier industry, na belter
»a, c ltdb*adopted
V, MU! HY CltOSSIKSS
Th* condition al the craning! on Clill
street at lh* present moment am anything bm pleasant, now Dial w* have
, lh* mud with ua one* again We
certainly think lhat something should
bt dona to alleviate the misery al having lo walk through three and lour in.
ch«* el mud In order to get acta** the
vartoui atrttl tads, and suggest that
th* council gat two or Dirt* load* ol
We are opening on' '.he nicest and best assorted lot ol
Furniture and Chrlslmas Presents ever shown In Enderby.
ITlirnitlirA ln Quartered. °*\* Mahogany. Rattan and| ^ *«£_ ^i V_ii*__
riUlUllMC Bamboo. Upholstered Couches. Morris j am street, and on thai* of th* aide
and Leather Chairs. Fancy Rockers. Centre Tables, and almost 'tXtttXi ,|.lmiln. ■*%„ «„„„,,,, c(
everything needed to make a home cheery at \cm umx ,_,., u M tr-Wf ,„ ,
THE FURNITURE STORE._ende^-^
  intend to remedy ll all in goad Ilmt,
i make* ll ai all bearable
Yet thlt ta only lh* commence-
ment ol ihe "mud" d*ya!
This miller calls lor ihe adaption ol
aame temporary ineaaurea al once
J
ob Printing
Talk.
We not ask you io patronize us because we have
a right to live, but because we can give you efficient
and prompt service at prices which compare favorably
with the standard of charges for everything else
bought and sold in Enderby
You gain nothing by sending East or to the Coast lor
your priming, as express rales on small quantities ot
paper average about ISc a lb Estimate this and you
would find that such orders would cost you considerably more than wha'. you would pay at home.
THE PROGRESS OFFICE
Hi»»eee. Morale)
Th* mairitgt ol Mr. William Ha*
iktnt and Mtta Edith Hsrtley wat
Jsettmnlted In Si   James' church,
•'•••> "   .•     ■'."• :     .,.'•••   .-. .
' Both the bride and bridegroom, are wtS
known tn Armstrong, tht Itttli
lew monlhiag-, having been in part-
nerahip with hit brother aa   .    -
and retail bu' I
Th* ceremony was performed by Iht
l-'a (• V. Venabhs. vicar    Theser
vice was lull; chart), as ll I
the church'of which Iht
member I were preitnt in lull number,
the bride waa given away by her bro
ther. W   i    H ralay. and W  A
Warren ol Falkland acted as best man
The bride was atlenied by the Misses
Pcllyol Otter I   ••
.a* artistically dtcorat
edwilh ■   •   ■
cedii, with • hig* bag el whirl
era hung   from the    ■  •-.
......
Alter the ci-
down lo a sum!' redding break-
llll .e-ivtd at the I. ihe |
■ Mr !l Ha..
Ml cn lhe: a!!»-
, their way to Iheir t',,ute home in the
'• "here Mr. Hawklnt ha*
a ran:h    Tm- •,-, in lhe
■    . Ill    •
for ti       ■•        .    ind pi
cl ihe newly »»::•! pair.
LOCAL  NOTES.
the funeral ol Ihe late Mrs Robert,
son took place on Saturday afternoon
lum the family residence lo Lans-
downe cemetery. A number ol Irlends
lollowed tht cortege to tht gravtslde,
lo pay Iheir last respects to the deceased lady. The service was conducted
by Rev. F. V. Venablea. Several
beautiful floral tributes were noticed
on Ihe grave.
The Columbia Flouring Mills Co.
received an inquiry la.it week that was
somewhat of a staggerer. Quotation*
were asked on SCO tons ol Hour lorlm-
mediate shipment to the Orient. 01
course, the capacity of the mill will not
permit ol immediate shipment ol auch
a large amount, and It said thai not a
mill In Canada could llll ihe order under such conditions.
ll would appear as il lhe winter ol
1906 hu come to an end. Tha anow
and frost has all gone, and rain ha*
been tailing. The past winter has been
a ttty nicU one, nol one* has iht
thermometer reached lero. th* lowest
being three above on January 10.
The ice harvest Is now in lull swing,
and turns are busy hauling it Into
town, Tht greal majority ol li la coming Irom Mara lake, and is nol ol drat
class quality. With Iht temperature
abovt (reefing point, il looks as il the
ic* crop will be a very light one. and
lhat tea will bt at a premium this
coming aummer. Can ol le* Irom
Banll and other points lor merchants
dawn lhe line hava been patting ihrough
th'.t week, at let of any quality u unobtainable,
A rancher living a Inttt way out ol
lown aullered a great annoyance early
thit week Having several calls lo
make, he put hit team lato lha shed
.' \>\-p, • • emPretb/terlanchurch.
On hit return he lound thit same wan-
daring cattle lui inidta meal oil
three sacks ol Hairwhi:h were in tht
wagon, and spilling tomt ol iht eon
Vccec   ;. |h| ,;•   i  :      II '    *
cattle wandering aboul the   li
c-omtanily Increasing, and eanjequenily
becoming a greater nuisance,
Two men on Saturday night  lasl
attempted lo gain  admission   Into
Mayor -tit's house.   They knacked at
(tru, and on being asked trti
iht door, taid ihey wanted to coma in,
On Iheir request not being complied
with, lhe men tiled Iht  windows and
door*, bui all were fortunately securely lammed    Both Mn B-li
Race were badly Ing*
were in iht hsuie a!..it. M- Bell being
ihen at lh* caul   The Identity oi the
men eatm-.l be established.   I*
mlttd that ihey came In Irom ihe
wood* a lew day* ago, and have now
Mi i m
"     •   Bell  returned rn M    ••
Irim Victoria, where he rait.
...,.■ ||;.  .,.
I B  C   Municipalities    Ml
• .i ihe allaiis tf Ihe  Ve.      ;
"   •  • a>» Ihe tale topic tf t
Hon at Victim    Many are Ihe speculation! a  '   ' ■   h Price
Ellison and Ihi
Slmilka -  • r will adopt
•
motion dtprintig the railway of il bonus
btptiaistet! in.   The greal value ol
Ihu road when built it strongly recog-
n ,-.! al ll ■
al opinion It, that the bonus should be
ind Smailes. ol
Or-enw   I, thi
attistlng in the light.
COUNCIL MEETING
At the Council Meeting held on
Wednesday night. February 2 111, there
were present Mayor Bell, In the chair,
and Aldermen Barnes, Bradley, Evans.
Kenny and Worthinglon.
The mlnules of the previous meeting
were read and confirmed.
In regard to the assessing ol the
clly, II was decided lhat Ihe committee
to assist Ihe assessor IF. H. Bamc-i
should consist of the other members of
tht council, and lhal three should be a
quorum. The lirsi meeting was held
last night.
Aid. Evans reported lhat he Inter,
vied Matthew* k Evans, as requested
by ihe council. In reference to them
acting as pound keepers. They were
willing to undertake the work al the old
figure. It was moved and seconded
by Aldermen Evans and Bradley that
Matthews ti Evans b* appointed pound
keepers.   Carried.
Mayor Bell reported on hia visit to
Victoria in reaped to legislation alleging municlpalitlea, the substance ol
which Is given in another column I lis
Worship said thai Ihe visitors were
royally treated both by the governmenl
officials and (he Mayor cf Victoria.
A letter was received Irani the Education Dtpt.. with rtltrence to the extension ot tht clly school district. The
council waa advised lo raise tht money
required lor thu year on the old bins,
and tn tha meantime tht school board
should submit a memorandum aa lo
Ihe territory proposed ta bt covered.
The clerk reported on the
Quite a number not having paid, iheir
names  were handed to Ihe constable,
in accord  with lha decision ol Ihe
council at their last lull having become known lhal
lion wat being mad* lo Victoria re lh*
outlet ol the Mill atteel drain being
intake pipe ol the Columbia
Flouting Mills, aame discuiSi.n on the
matter ensued,    ll was argued that
Ihe v«er which would come through
iht drain would nol be at all contaminated
Mr G McCormlck lell lor Arrowhead on Monday.
Enderby's Bank it a line institution
The atalf la aa obliging as one could
wiih: but still, why it II lhat wt do not
go there more often Ihan la absolutely
;.. - ■*•• ' !'- '„•: • ■ e - ,-c
lit) coiidili n of Iht "road" at this
corner. Can nothing be dont, temporarily al least, to remedy (l'
Messrs Morris and Holtby ol Ann
. - •      ' .ti on Friday i •.    .-
.s- al itvtril thousand
brick, wilh which to erect lire guards
between Iht stole of C. T. Daykm and
tht past ollice. and between Ratledge's
barter I hip and lhe new store erected
te< I' Francis.   This It lo be d   t
as lo reduce the fire Insuranc* premi
unit, which on the buildings affected
amount to 7 I-2 par cent     ll i   i
be reduced to J 12 wbtn ll
walls ar**r*cttd    Mr  M •
" ••. • • • btrti whtrt
upwitha ttock  I hard* II   •
tng lawn ol S*e • •   il iht i
•CMi railway run
nlng east lioin Ls
lytor of Nanalmo
naturalist. Mr Mitchell, superintendent
ol th" aim ci hatchtry y :,..      . |
. •
ol New Weal l a fa*
in town thit week    The visit .
'he ;•!•;    -   ■ ',■'.',•■
Ihe  run   I    tin it        ,-,•
wh"lh*r ih" a i • •     liken altl
leader o! Ihe I
Oniario i.%-
...   .... e      ..     .
premier     V
journey lo lhe
■ : a'iy in
•h« re
Pound
Knin t
! '"•    '.-.••   wh   were
I ••   -d at Vernon on  In. ll
•    ilg. ■
inlr**pi   ',v-ly I r
■ .-a ii    .- ■■ ■       bee Bay Si ■•■
....        rutaday lot
Kattlo I ■ irge .1 a special
A I. ft- A- ME PR 1CRESS, ENDERBY,
FEBRUARY 23, 1906
THE PROGRESS
\v *, h ra v i
•11    SUIS   PRET."
Pute.il
is  agency  of   spreading
,        :•    :■::    .. : '. ■-      .Ill  .
i   ring tl"  III tl a!
lused by lh   mea
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few veeks ago lhe Vic
lhe
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has
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icourge    . ..■  • ■   any meas
ures ni..-...       this ei '.create
interest,
ibt bu!
... nfecl
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::. I-   wand  ,
:; |l
value . ....  '.Ins bill
providing for their destruction
• ith general favor.
OFFICIAL UKKCTOKY
'•'..      its, uivming. 6.30 ; All'-'t
H '•'■' Harvey I   tmaster.
11.  e, n       ;
Train li av  .: i     ith m ii.neg, 8.-15
Train Itav    ' -    rth, evening.-1.30
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Mayor; Ceo. Bell
R.  P.
Eva     N  li. Kenny.
•
Constable: Basil Gardo'ti
■
We are making a special showing ol a full line of
The returns of Canada's for  \ty   p   CsOOCH
• ■ therev-
gland-
• than i  isolate
.
to be
■ - —.
-e working are
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*,n\% .
■   '.his   valley
'■■
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mand fsr their ht i
.
le
ihi
by ,hc Okanagan   By
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re likely lobe a"
.'.   -     Ung ol
'
Hty I
this afternoon to discus
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..'. a', lite
Ith wl Ich our Do-
     ■ '.he :r n:
.... trie
it nas Deen iruiy
•   t the last century be
he United Stales.
.  .  "iit  the present one Is
Canada's.
The returns just Issue
lhat lhe January Imports In
byS4.5l8.428; the ex
! domestic prod
.,.'■;
.   •       a
!he curren',
iiscal v
13.616.803. a
;     .er lhe
.
ts were $160,908.
increase o! SI.1992.
e exports of ti
-Si 50.834.433. an
■• of S25.o03.94.    ii
the e>:; reign pi    .
SI 1.873,7.15.
An especially pleasant feature
oi thc return is that every lm
■■
lustry Is shown to
be participating in ihe ;
rlty.   In the exj. rts
uc produce, agriculture
t gain of SI3.500.000.
and animal produce.
S4.500.000: fisheries. $3,500,-
ii    .lures. SI 750.000
-at product a like..
and minerals more than $500.
000.    The trade outlook lor;
1906. as gathered from lhe re-
•she Canadian cemmer-'
gents, Is decidedly encouraging, and justifies the
-
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
IcSI.L HUOCK
RNDKRBY
Sk
oes
For WINTER AND EARLY SPRING WEAR
A wide range of styles to select Irom
Groceries
Stock
always
fresh k
clean
J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks,
i'l.llK   Hl-RNET V.W Etc.
DOMINION Ss PROVINCIAL
LAND SURVEYOR
lieu i.
ENDERBY B C
	
FRATERNAL
A. F. & A. M.
C.O.F.No 1058
M_t*»    * iy in
«;h manv mm
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1 eft-IR S«C.
I. 0. 0. F.
lei  c'.a   Icclei.    No. 0     "■•'     '..'.
Knights of Pythias
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J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all taid ap, 114.000.000. Rett,. 110,000.00
Holier I'oiet. ut* I o» account, l)?),9M
111 VH   OirlCI,   MOM I.I M
Pr*u**nl. Rir.ru Hon. Lonl Strathcanaantl Msunl Key*! G, C. M. 0.
Vic* t'ltiicliiet Sir Cta. A. Dturnrro-nil L. C. M G.
A General Banking   lutiness tronaaded
Duttai, ;«.» a' » »• a -i ■ «•>. I • rt at-l c'iiciU.
Savings Bank S2S
I       rut,
Wniea, ... ji, on trmin* wilhout
4*Uy    -.     .
■-        - a and whial r re  •#      .■,...  -
•n  a -  •' :'..•   a  a .( ■     ,
OKANAGAN      DISTRICT
G. A H*'-:t»jara. H*n*c*r. Vcrnaa
ENDERBY "        '• KELOWNA
A. E. ;*. v-    E.1   . *•*      "   •.'!.'. »fe    P.U,««iiUn,Si(liAp
arPt       11       We beg to Inform the
ean Dtable Kfa-sJn;
I    Q I    MQ J JA     Glanders.   Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned out and
"■' uninfected, and Is as clean as the day It was built
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MATTHEWS & EVANS
KNDERBY
Timber Licenses.
NOTICE is hereby given that 31
days alter ■dat'-v** intend to apply to the
Chlel Comtnttaloiw ol Lands and
Works Icr a .'fecial Itetnit to eut and
...'timber Irom tht latlaving
: Unit In Oioyoat dtvittcn
atrtct.
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MOWAT ®> BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY. B. C.
Real Estate, Iniurance,
Mining and General Land Agenta
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
TO   US
Left you Forget
!**_Hi«>'.'«iar---iMBia- «____■__■
« That we have In slock a full line of KITCHEN UTENSILS
- When needing a new pot or pan. call and see our selection of
Granite and Enamelled saucepans, tea kettles, frying pans, and
Kamuooh LuHteen Co.. I
-.. B.C., Jan 25th. Everything In lhe Tinware line for the kitchen
Croltcla   Nellie .
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8 a.m.
Vicar
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Ch
SKkVlCES
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ind BiN«
i !»),.• Men   , ■
11. MILL!
e.,-,   ... Mil Ihl
Healers Reduced m Price for a short lime     Call and
see
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
* " '       "—     '■—""—■'"      ■—'■■■— — I ■■  -.■■■ill-.
Get the Credit
of making Good Butler and have
Printed Butter Paper
Prices and Quotations at this Office
Special Culs and Inks My Strangest Case
RY OUY BOOTHBY.
Author ef "OH
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n, ' Me.
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link   III
i ihan
imt I don't ilil'ik !>« w
lierce le, lelltrlllllcl. Nee,
cc illlill. ecf it, title, lllll
CCIII  lee lec'leilie,-  l.c  >lll
I took Ir.mi my |eeec
which  ..ac. tc Iinv.e |el
Import!
ooiitull
, l.c, II.
llll   lieeCI
ui pun in tin'  drama   mn!
:.|  It.    It tana Juil   luilf-pacl
llie-re-feere-   I   llllll   .Xllltly   hull
- tn trcet tci tin- rendeseou*.   1
C-Ullrel   Hll*
on I li.- .en
our effort*
••If. a y<
•CC   Will,
an nml congratulated litui
eaai whloh iced atlandcd
o| lhat ivenlng.
km) is.na* ..ecu cam* out ..I
«lr," In* uld.  "I'liiy hit*
latklt iilnii.i. ll.., In lile. turn, looked
nl tin. In mettle' Interest uml then .it
Hu- door, i.e. ll he mtt hnif inclined
t.e  tr.V  lha 'iTeel   id 1,  itTUggl*.
"Kir.t mnl foreinoat, An yeeu know
.,leerc yeeu nre unci .vl.ej 1 ami"  1
It.leccl lilm, i^M^~^~
"Nee,"  lece   „.|i>l,  "|  cell'!   Ml)'  Ul.  fttt
I .ci my ayt* "ii >e-r .tf-.r,- i ,-.i ulirlii.
mid l don't knovf ytr i*i....tialn' nanie
icr ..let y.T arc. cud I don't
eaiint Ice,"
"I'eciii.eic-.a U t'.lclc-uity nnt ynur
-ireeitij point," 1 ee>iiiui.-iit«d. ' 1 i
look nt Hint!"
Takimr . iheel ..I n»t»-|w|H-r fn.ni
the ruck upon my tnlale I lemulcd ll
I., him.
llr did to, 1.1,| I caw n lock ol <>ir-
i i.uI ..cr I.I. tact,   lie looked
freeiit ii ic nt*. nnd iln-it tench uirniu
..I tlec |cnjcr.
"Fnlrfnv."   I,-   Hid.    "The  .1 —
I'e.-,  |he   -uner  .,. ,-„l   |. e.cr ..1.1   Itlllt
Willie ! l.c     -    • .1       .-!     C-nr.**
"I    isri.cllcl.    I-. llec     I      ||n,|     |l,,t
honor," I returned, "nml If* Ju.i
poaalblft If you eonllnu* lu your
pretent etreer, il.ut I tony hav». ihe-
|«l< a.eer.- eel dulllg   tie,, -leeeee-  f,,r ,V,,II.
Nc», leak h.-r*. tny mutt, liter.'•
HUB* OR* a,!..' nl Ihr (tack t.f III).
bttalneta, nml ..leet I tauiti tu kit.»*n
... ,,lee, |.'ii yi.ti ,i|. i„ try yt.ur haml
elicit in,'?   Tell mr ileal, nml I will   -     -    - .,
In ..ci go mid wi? n rr al«>ul ll.   puiiinii up my umlmlla ****** <**'****■'
lt.efu.ie, m>.1 I niM.i ir> mnl flttel ittrtit.
* na>iy  |wlr nf elm|ia, and  winilil
hnra thnucht na ui.i.-h   uf   'outing'
.ecu a. Ihry eaceeilel „f elielckeiitf
,,f alt."
"Bui thank (oodne**, <l"'i
.1," I rep!
\l.el
■ I
Hal
for tic
I ilci.inrl
I llllll lm
time,
I  look
eicilc! dare ran*
c tic n I conio
Incut doe* bui
. r id ihem."
Lel  He- wnt.-L
it aueh mt
.e.lllellllillK
el      UlclttT-   j
tnterrlew,
uru, more
•u lev nuy-
When    I
lilt,    I'lllel
•,  Kdward
and   .11 m-
•i -.r   lu
cyon
Hot Springs Sanitarium
No* under th* management cl
HARRY   MelNTOaH,   Hclfman Hcuse
Rowland
. i..
.1
-'..
i. ii ,t tin. linn
e.H|t!"
c<   onawered,
eel
I pul on my i ci nml tuft
•!..
\%- s     :4a-
a ..
I    !•■
»lre-. I
Heel   tthrl
I tin I   III.
I
.-I,
■'. ;-|..l   Inlo   lllr
atvirr   t.f   the
i.lithi had chanted,    Thick   eloutla
cellM-UrV.1   'lee    >k>. Ull'l »   frtt   c|r.e|e.  ,ef
rain »rre fnllitur. Al nm I frll In-
rllned io lake n eat., l.ul ».ti *g*ond
lleeecetlei. | changed my iceiiid, and
^^^^ 'It* llrod* along
.llrac-ii.cit   ol   St   Mean In'.
. rldeuc* aoalnal te.c, thai »ii| rl<
ll \..u fecr ...mr ilittr i„ eoate.
i.,...'iciiv.-iteiiii ttci tw rery .iiitl, >tli,"
ll, ..ci.„.!,r,«l * it,.-ur m betel* b*
replied.
"Well," hr -tiel, "I clc.n'i knnw a*
h«»w I ta..i.'t t.ll you, n .,-ain' yoa'rt
whu ><r arc, and I nice t.-.i likrly i..
tfrl AlcCettliUjr cce,l ,,f tb,- j»»la. It Uct.
a lair l»ff Who |ml U >>« le- .e >
hai, lr.n-k-e.wi, ami all a. hail*. »•
a itrtA piu, llr ecntaee cae-r,,** ,.. »i.i»n
iu the liicK .t—l c,« a poupte ,,f
drinks lurtr.1 ....I a .itirlt ■
llld |bl e, ,.".! •
llatlleale  .' 1.
a time.   Itr UaW .,.     ■
i ol n»:i.« cl.-eal till nlghl f..r mull... mad Mhl a. '..«
Ic. untold |w elect, h.«r the h»i> I
lhal earnin' awl xttrn it cam oal,
he enMuttl .irllcr a nutrh and liuhi a
MOttke - -e. Ihr lip I'kr,
. nnd I., ,1,, Ihr
*.,|, wte«r*,|,r «r r...it.l, Thrn er
... 1.. betan       • • i» him
ai ihe haeh ••! *M "-I
it. nml he »..eil.i
in   lh*
rhurrh* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the thetter* «rn> orer l.y ihle
iltn.. end lltr elreelfl n,re I--iHuninii
ic gfeow rntpiy, I i«..-.el ihr lialeiy
aalirre a middV-niraal aciitt.nmn. ,lr>
ebltdly Inlotlmtedc ».e... t.a'..a*r.l In n
n.'l.y nli,r.flii,,ii nlth a pallewitan,
whn wa* Ihretlenlnt to mkr him to
Ihen   .ltv,|  |f hr .11.1  le-el  «a. i|.lc.ll>'
h„t.tr, and al  In.I npi'ta-arhaal    Ihr
III. llce»|:.UI l;M'l,lll..e..Me|lceUI.|e
!'•    Ml.
nii'ltiirydtiiiklnir itmn   emerged   and
| C      ,   '..   CC e-    .C...J
.....   »   .   |   —.f    %e, '"  ecc
.... cum*,, na   he    r ', A
■ iiitih atuul unci Rppeutehcd
elrfut," I rrpllnl, tfcleieu lellll my
"I   Ihillk   Iter   cc..,-....i-t     ..eel
NOTICE
I fnr
t*|.nr.i
»|**i fur «l«"lt
.,,. „(? ,.,„  "
ll.-la.n.,-!  I
i
•*r f»'"«
\i  Ua*\  tIM'lh
tmit.1
.«      e
t      I-
..1 ii. !
M»ff    Mil"
rh f»r n
mt  ht
■ ■ ■
• a  ii
^»r*f««Ujf    in    my     »»•*«* **ttf    «t**l
*»!• hr-l,    | Ma* Mm!  I«i it* fcr|i|  |nntf
jtrftw, fnr tliv tn* <lny  ka«
|    th*T*r*t    ttilM •!(•'•  llM    ftha-tt    A
-l|ft.-i«   m|i  V"  !h»»   nlhrr   *i*|-r>
al   tl.     * SMjrlt, nml n  mah  *«litfhi*^.
M«* \*ni*t ttff iiif titmi Hittl «>»lhri| him
111, *!»i tt\rts riftlti*   ^htttft **** *>
-  Nl thr l«rh *»f ihr rhtirrh>
I'fnlH ttVrr | »|*m«| | *** il*l •*« tu*
> ■   mil  *.M**
i r  Dr.  II
lhal  1 .1"
.   .,.      i
t,,|   tec  «.»   ||,r                         '
a
wllh n > ■
"In thai
w.tnif him." hr r. a,,rt.v4
-   1  nc-a hr.**
i        ■ htee tiij.ctn.
aba , elled
III
(I Wl    llidll
I I   Ml   «ill»tr.
V  it
■,( hr »*«»
; bra«nri
»«"«r f'*»"   ■
inc I*) hi* in*
li.»i"• I *hr ttMtt   f»»-
|*t«r«l. "I*»l I rrrhmi •* ■*'•*>'* a$****t
I * i' |M
to* hta'*«l *l-* *-i ••#•, I .fcm'MVt
H Itnlif H Ihi* I'll- in haml, toil f*»f tin
' Jim ten
nfr*nt* I        I       \       bli 10 Krtlir
■ ■     ' fHj   tMilN.
mrftrr   !'' *
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|*««|l    J*W •.
fc Vi *u ■ ' •
low,   ■HrTI   ■
••li, i"
l«  iwrl   MMfc"1   I  *"»-aililil«^s    "ll'*  N
(•It)   *■■■ mt »**fi.
Iran «iii iH»i h"i*r»" t
■Pp
*»X«I   IM III WW  ll.- Ifcr MhUI «ta^
*««f*«t    1' '■*■ hr taUni, t<ftnhll)
\    - 'tit?   Atlh
M*  fhil««*  **  (ftlM   NT)  .*«»*l  elJuaewtl  %f
*aa   ll-    Nllm       II*      "      l-.|   hi*   Wl
. .- khn*t «• If ih«> «*rr iliH,
hr -HI-
Mll Hi M«l In Ihikh IMI, ihfn-ttffh
'   I Men  Mill  **t*1
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h**t a iiMt'h (-****«* n| nhm I **•*
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Ininl h vrmi *«»'■   -*-* » -
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irtl "iMi'f n*n»
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• « In  Itt  nivI r>l   i-| 1.1   mr    ntt
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1 KB  M   ftliJ   IV
• htUh'iJiti nan i. •*.*■ *** i
r   I. I,,,  \|f    I   .
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III\HIII V
I m«m *>mf-
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r|H   «f   *J
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i i-r
I'fh*. *M ff^i n-r'iM *>'M  w- in fh*   tMi Ihr *
■full i*.; ... f,    ,,\41|
i« jtrn hut* h*<l «ll pmt
iiNmllr fi-f MtilhHift. V»», liwl**
all  I *»*ni  In
'*« •**« *irl r iltbj c-am-
IW It ieel . - im lihr.    Jn*i
„tpf mini «i '
t* *i  M*r
lift** rh il
**hl  l«»  '
*'i\*,***-*n In
-
1     I  MUl I     iMf llw Iw II %r~i
loM Wilim I*. •!;,.« him *, *
|   -nut
*-   .-
at   i
. p .
. ■
■     .     r,   i    .
Mm
f f«if
;
m;al ^uia
nftfural ten
lar Diafl&sea
AtlminU
U* r.     .
'>.'attn ol
in lh« *
f (or alt Nai
Uver. Kldi
loyen art iha
A  MrlMti
■' I
3i mi -h
ieel   uh,
II    1    ->..      .11    till-
latter i
.e  K ' rnler,   .1
recelee
il through   tin'
lie-   c-1". .■
1 liiul ih.- man.
' eel 1!,,
Bon al ru*Mill- j
c.h	
1 had -len ilu
oil   III.   .
c.l,   t.e cull  U|c.|i
lne- c,
elc'lllly   Octiic-   !>,
rrteil.
"I'e rllll|cH      Iter
[   Mr.   Kdward
.-!< ur.-.l up. feer
- 1 du n
eel Ilka- tlte, luck
let    llll    1
icecir later    lln'
1 Into my pre*-
III   Balhi i.e.cr la:! lo curt
An ibaolute,: itrai tH| vtii.
rtrma.*uu $18 per wwk.   Fori     '
-wi     u apply lo-
Holcyon Hot Springs
Arrow l.ul..   D. C.
M J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
c,-rliouii't and Seed Houtet
OUVER B.
C
,'h
quariera lor PACIFIC COAST
WN  garden,  llower a: :   Held
- a new In. and on test
.   . uats.   Ask yeur mer'
■      ! .
!■ : -lie them wt will mall
;ackagti cl vegetable
er scedt lour own ttlectlon.
lullable I r B C. gardens! lor $1.00.
I Special prices cn your bulk seed*.
B. C. Crown of Fruit and
Ornamental  Tieej
Icr Spring ahlranietil.   Extra
•
II ired. $160 |«r 1000,
i. SI   each.    Italian
'   :  >-. $25 per ICO. Sugar
•   ■        • • -e JJOper 100.
■
M. J. HENRY.
WMUn-tittr Road
• «
Columbian
\  -.   Wr.lntii
Ciollcge
*.. ii i
and
■
Perfedtion
rrd Superiority
- . ,!■_ ,,■ W
i "...tcl aea'm. atrt ta-awl
In l««l. I '«t *»»ke Mil lhe r>.e'.i
-r^k«."#-».»- I., arraave al no Vadtf*
.■,„!..* »l il: Inl, II] h-.« I tHeniM.
1 ,       ■ . n ^•li*f*el.,f|'
1  -
Notice
ConfcJcrntton    Life
fain IATION
■
■ ■•   '.
•  *
• i.
D.A
,
.
"(can,   |
\   -       I • •   -llrf  Pr
.-I  *-^,|e, "Ihi* teewela   lil* «!*.» I*^li«*
.-.,   IS "i   h, *tl
I  am It."-' eel Wb-a
'
llll   in   I '<•«    Iramj.lJ.
1 ..I lh*  -          ' ■
1  ',-
'
-
to    lh*
■
I
I
■
m
Wrlj-ht.
?>e
.
LATE •
tO*. CHURCH r. WO*K
P. Pyman
IMilRRV
TBc H.imrr.cnd ii Pcrfcdlon
■•
.-. •
i
■ 1 and
■• ni
A HlfTlr ' ' •
It ll
■
Ti'L   HAMMOND   ;■■■! v.?;iia
rpairANY
Toronto. *} AeJataiC. Ilef.l tail.
Monl.ial. 10% it  Ittlttt .'. ENDERBY. B.C., FEBRUARY 23   1906
.1    .•«_£_* .-___-J!__U :;___Jl__l_b^a.o'il.;-,ie--.». •
Spring and Summer
SAMPLES
CARNiVAL AT THE KINK
'
LX. . ..~J-*t>am1>*:~i\X,..\..^^£taiCi.^
lhe Union Restaurant
Ol  I'lIU'
WVM$
! Itilfif S
yi    ''''
■v *~~
F   STREET,    ENDERBYBfisSia
KETS. $5.00.      BY THE MONI:
'      M
* BAKERY
■
i
:.'.:. I
Call tnd See Son., les
■
i
-
. ■■  tht Rt la
.,   a:. |1«
--■i Ireah.
A nice  line   -A  Contoctlcnery Is can:. I
Iruit In season.  Don't bak* bread when busy, TRY OUKS.
f"
Enderby 1 fading Company
ft  :.  * l.'l . II H HIIIM   I.  ,
: tf.kr <S Tins'ii.iith
■ systi house
Everything Strictly
First-class
S P. CREYELL, Proprietor. Enderby.
..s~_    . .    -r »TaKna«««'i:iw___K/!
Lumb<
- ■  .
II cos'.s you ■
. ...   '.v..-- ■
e. and Air ll
Look        f>]
i-e - fu, Lheap Lumoer
What do you
Think of this?
A. FULTON
Are you intending lo sell
ihis Year
\
:>ry Boards and Dlmensi:
shlplap.
•"louring. Celling. Si
■   S8 to SIO per M.
S!2 per M.
m lib per M tip
:,-  SC
List
with
II. I'. I.IX
'
Civ.)' roll.* Court.
-
i ■     '.v other information will be furnished cn Inquiry at
solicit a share of your patronage.
.
■/*, kAMI.OiH'.*. It'MilU CO. I I'D
Bark-Ay. U C
'U*
^4-
Enderby Flour
e*' - v, is mace as g.'wO as
the bes- in town.    In supporting h >me Industries you
are. indothe make the town
Those are our brands:
Moffets Bed, Hungarian. Premier, 1 luce Star,
AiPiHA. Strong Baker's or XX.
Wi ■  h . ' >    iam, W   le Wheat
Patronize 'IF. Homo Mill
Tt~m Coin'!•.■'!_ Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.
Enderby.
tTOWN (tb d:
. NOTES
1STRXT 1
5    J
City   Barber   Shop   &■
Halt
SIX SHAVES lor
SI
.ee,.  e.
!
For Sale!
A strong constitution
healthy mind
.    .   work—and
... .    .     .
•     ement    Ta have
'•    SuiUb!*' • . .
e-rHr <» one must have ihe best
meats, and that's what
- -     .        -t   i '  ■ vl" e|r|d a*;
Merchant lailor       brick block
y and tender.
Gen. R. Sharpe
Now
.
For Sale or
-
Renl
"
■
FRUIT  TRE.ES
for Sprinj Delivery
.
Nut.
t4    60 veahs'
7>   EXPERIENCE
-i.       -   J     YOUTI
•.,   lui  U   •
•  ■
■
Stray Steer
■
. ■
^ll__^___a_v  lnn* M**""
'-*-    ny**w*y' cw,n"i°T»v«
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Ski ♦ ********  tt* -
la   ■ ■» j -   ' 1     * I     ',-,'*_ "     '
(».. '-,» ii -,,• »*>nrf f -j *     il    .[»••■■*.
Il -I*     'V.Mri Mititi .llr       •»
Scicnattic American.
»•■»-*. - • ».<i-t   i*-«»«> e r
MliiJN & Co.*".b'o.'*U,* 'fievi Yoi k
nunc* one*, m t ft. «fl»Mut .r.. ii. t

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