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^^he Enderby Progress
SEP 4-1906 i    MfiDTHPDM     nVAMAriAM   HF.DA1.T.
-TORIA.
ana   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN  HERALD
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3.   Number 15.
•.NDERBY. B. C. AUGUST 31  1906.
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Ladies' . Children's. Men's
Your pick for
25cts
Many worth $2, but we must clear them out.   The early
bird gets the fat worm.
Ladies'shirt wai&s
—MUSLIN and SILK—Cul down to Nothing or nearly so
from   Twenty-Five   Cents
You want these goods—we don't
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Our Ladies' Dept. is rapidly nearing completion. Wait till you sec our Slock.
HARVEY   9b  DOBSON
W
HEN IN ENDERBY
STOP   AT..
TO KING EDWARD HOTEL
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THE   LEADING   HOSTELRY  OF THE OKANACAN /ALLEY
Vliitort to the northern part of the Okanigan Villey. whether
land hunting, or for pleature and apart, can do no betier ihan
make thu hsute their headquarters. Table and cuitine unexcelled. Bar replttte wllh flneat wintt. spirit*, liqueur-, cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
aili. te. MURPHY
Prearkt^irt
&•
Wines & Spirits
known brtnit lo choote from.
tnd olher drink*.   We h»vt a
large: assortment ol all th* well
■^   AT THE COAL MINE.
Replete tilth polenttillllet lhal mutt
make 11 one ol die richest districts In
Brlltih Columbli, aiu iliai Implies
Canada, the Ok'iiugtn yet lacks one
great essential to development as a
manufacturing region coal. It must
nov be brought by rail for long distances
and ctn then only be obtained at prices
that prohibit lis general use. Al length,
however, It appeals possible, even probable, thai al Enderby, ai least, this
drawback will be removed.
Far up among lhe rugged tcenery of
Lcgan's gulch may be hoard Ihe chug,
chug of a gta .lint engine tnd lhe familiar rattle of a drill. For several
month! Ihe Enderby Coal Mines S>n
dleaie have been prospecting at till!
point and there appears every probability cf iheir ultimate success. Coal his
been lound. Far back a lead wit
itruck and hu been traced lo within
.iters da mile vi the ait* ol
the pretint prospeci. where experts
ire csnlidont ilul the bttck wealth also
underlies. Chilled shot is uied in the
boring, tnd tiler having p-netrated a
ledge ol quarts, the drill It now miking
rapid progress through a conglomerate
lorinatlen.
The Phoomss drove loth* prospective mine on Mondty. following a
picturesque and rocky read up the itsep
hillside for * considerable distance
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-.,[•..    al'.     i ll.-  •-, ic     *■   .   ,:
! creek. where tents and log beta** hav*
; re-    •..;-. ;|.. „   -        -    r   ,    ., , .
Now a hundred le«t d.wit. it uetpceted
'...'.       . • '   -   1  . '        ' r
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J thu venture
:i -.    t  Ki :-i.- i: i    '      .*.    .:
ling district can barely t-
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sur* fuel I.r domestic use ei.sapaiid
shsu'd Ihe supply pr;ve plentifut. the
' eat* wiih which it cm be In
; to the railway would bt the meant ol
'opening Ufa vsilouuid* trade and
would alto null* Enderby a manuHc-
tuting city. *h«n combined with in
. Iitmtng inl fruit growing wealth.
The Btbine Indiana, ilitymiliscatl
ot Hatleton, h*vs defied slid intuited
th* tithery gutrdttm aid ofltciats who
hid lorn down btmcadet erected by
th* Indian* lor catching luh.
E, B. Saltwell hu evidently lhe
utmost (tllh In the Oktnagtn valley,
tor he hu now become th* owner ol *
**coitd pi«c* ol priptrir in ti - *
by the purchase ot C. E. Prippspro-
perty. Thu ranch ti tlluated on the
Silmon Arm raid about live mile*.
•• - • .   . -. ■ ,.    . •.
•nd about five icrt* ol orchard in tear,
ing A good creek runt thr.ugh the
'proper).   • it u easy to
irrigate th*land unpaid
was S2.900.
4
End-, by Flour on
Yokohama Streets.
■ ■    ••  i iht Canadian cottimer-
il lalnstome
Inleresl ng and Instructive i .
especially In reference lo the Japanese
market lor Canadian Hour. The representative slates lhat Iht reason this
product Is not taken by the Orient In
greater quaretli
direct a„-nt that
in lite kingdom of lhe Mikado. Mr.
Alexander MacLean reports as Icllows:
"It continues to be a matter ol surprise
to many people in Catitdi that Can
adim Hour does nol ligure more largely In lh* Japanese market This
surprise finds expression In public
speeches, In newspaper references io
the muter, and In not a few other ways
Having given tome attention to thlt
subject tor two yeirs put. I think I
may ipproprutely submit the result ol
my observations.
"There it no prejudice agaiiui Canadian Hour, and certainly no discrimination operating I have lound. without
* single exception, a readily expressed
desire both by Jiptnesiind foreign
dealers to lake Into consideration all
thai,' uldbeuid.sndallthequotiliora
lhat .* uld In i;iven them, with the
•lew •■ pticing Cantdlin flour in t
lev rib!* light b*i *• th*1 Th»
business up*ci of the esse is whit ap>
pells to them, and they hive a keen
or pi*|udice u lo ihe seine* whence
il ■•An
inntHieY rid** is Miami,
"What imprest** the observer and
Ihe enquirer at lir.', iight ti lhat Cana
dim mtitutaetui-a ire not either on
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haps I ihould ml say nothing, since
being refreshed a diy or two ago by
ii..    ,:■   ".     -..   -■    • ft   ;■• -
B. C. (lour, so heavy thtl the attached
horsepower wit unable to take them
upgrade to a little Japanese bakery,
where (rom personal knowledge I can
tay bread U made ol a utulon
lencequileupto ihe Ctradfinttandird.
"This Hour wtuld be evidence cl the
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• .i«« ol Ctntdim Hour in Japan, at allowing attthiy to compete H
supply could bt . . • :
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lh* warehouses ar i
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plain lUng th- • I *'avtl ar*
Vimtthed ettispitSattly by reminders
of the brands and Kends ol Scotch
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ind many ether foreign tnd
necessaries; but tf i*
there is ntne done. p.
esthetic scruples, sn
CIVIC BUSINESS.
Althinn».»l;uji   - ' >'- ;
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j li io bring ihetnai-
- .   i a (era r«t>re..iiutiv«
jt thi City 10 | . .        .-■  I
with the •■ rtmi     .* ^olnla of
diHtroiice,   At tht raqutsl   ' v.o council
Mayor Be. 1 u lorl .1 ^uughni
aamo ptnontl uieonvanmnct. u h« ts )uat
•■  . ■  i    ti a ■   ''  lht Ewte
. > a^utcktnp. 1«4.
. u ■'•" ■      I yesteriay
vejdng tho 70.  ,,
-  I   tm        -t aitJ bach, Usttjei itati-
uctiiig impoitatii business, in 36 hcura. We
are pteiuea to state that alt diMerences te-
tween the city and csittraiMvu were jatisla:-
I ■-1. and Miy'eT-r Be ; had the pleasure ol MuRinc bach, duly Blpw]
and delivered, tht contract which «
Endeity a water supply.       -      tra
be alci.td by lht city adtcert 4- .1
meeting which hu been oslltd (or I
It u, we think, very untariunate. lhat the
Mayor ahuuld have 10 c? **■>' '*' •* fti*
lent ed period al thia imp 1 <
doubtIe*an»tiyqut»Uai« *i.i artae duriflf
tht pnj{ieu of tht work tmlch ihjuld have
tho atteiitlott of the city'a chiei eat
officer,
LOCAL   NOTES.
ITtteJ
TJt. Jt I
Mr. and Mrt. B Gardom at-. :
in Vemon.
Mra. Proctor returned to Enderby en
Siturdty. alter i lengthy visit to her
sen. A, Proctor ol Chilllwack.
We are pleased lo see Ralph Harrup
aretmd again after his recent illness,
aid lo note thai he ia rapidly recovering
' his ususl suength.
Several ol our townspeople hive hid
the opportunity ot a bear hunt Ihli
week Up lo lime ol writing Mr.
Bruin has not been captured.
Mr. J A Morrlton. accompanied
by Mrs Mention snd family, returned
! on Thursday morning's train from an
extended holiday speni visitntg friends
al Portage la Pralri* and olher prune
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Rev F. V. Venabfes, wiih Mrs.
Vtrubles and children, arrived en
Thurtdiy incmlng tram lhe coast,
where 11K 'taking a long
tlty.   W* jr. It    ',rn lhat
'at entirely recovered
* Inch he
.
tng-car tcrviee ol the C. ft. ft. vu a
passenger tin W*dt**dty's tram He
'ins very pleased with the pirlorcar
studied to the local train hu been
palrmtlMd-especially by the lidles.
A regalia will be held si Okinigin
landing on Thursday, September wh
next The programme will be issued
she nly. and will prov. -
attempted tn these enter* There tie
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fer launch races, ind Ml. Cl -
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The day's ap..rti will be w.unj up wnh
* grand dance in th* Strand Hotel.
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ol the tutute holidays ol ihe Domini
This htdidty is always observed cn lhe
tint Mondty tn September, and btrks
ind til public offices ire closet
i..- • -     •»
Hint    netl  1- a 1 .
 ..nts   it
' .1 Ihe gresler number will
ScKool has Ot)ened
'penei
and \V.   T.  Broderlck is
STILL IN BUSINESS
in   the    same   old   Stand
And has Ihe Finest and Campletest Slock (I SCI IOOL
BOOKS and Ne* Stationery in Ihe Valley    Price*
. a'. r:ck bottom. —	
Send us your order by mall
Tfi* Enderby Drug & Stationery Co., Ltd.
Cliff Street P.O. Box 77
SPECIAL CASH SALE
White-wear
AT      COST
WAISTS,   COVERS,   SKIRTS.   Etc
One Week Only,    mmenclng Sr.jrJay. August 18
Enderby  Trading Company
THE STORE OF QUALITY
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.    Hi it :-s:f la C la-aider Ihe fUE    ROCRESS, ENDERBY, B.C.. AUGUST 31. 1906
THE PROGRESS
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(arming Ian
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PROFESSIONAL
VV. P. GOOCH
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
DHL!   Ill
ERBY B. C.
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PETER   BURNET
DOMINION ic PROVINCIAL
I.AMIi SURVEYOR
EN   E
sen   :i
B. C.
year
Miss B. Manton
>TEN   1RAPHER
Note, and Comments
hi'Alan i)l   fRADE
(vake BEL
many *■**'*
But
IIO'JKS,
10 am to 5.30
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Ion ol    tatwhlcl  he) are aiming,
and practise
as not I    il      themselves
FRATERNAL
a.O.LNo.446
For TWO WEEKS we are offering at
Greatly Reduced Prices
LADIES' summer Blouses
—AND—
MEN'S summer Shirts
Also few Lines of splendid Prints
NOV/ IS YOUR CHANCE to Secure a Cheap Bargain
■ n these Goods
We »lio l«r i" itoelt FRESH GROCERIES, compritinj
the \*e*\ Known br-m.* ot Goo J...    Frui!> when nrtu'iiraplc.
Metcalfe   <§_»   Wheeler
as   the p:
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ive happened but lot
srson's carelessness
rs, be careful al   hai
i been tern •
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■ Ise all the
/ might to pi
liS     ilOlll
it
br uj intotl
puttlngfanl    into Ini thedark a las n
»which don      •     ,4 sun of a week or so ag
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a.    A. F. & A. M.
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C.O.F.No 1058
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Kuril,* I e.-t.-.e. No. SO   "
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Wc have just added to our equipment
Knijjlits of Pythias
ne b^xes 0  fruit li ••   d •
•shipment to prairie ; '" '   "
«h«* "ai -   e let standing .
time
tilittn'
2-Seated Surrey
Of latest design. It Is an elegant and comfortable riding rig,
and just the thing ln which to drive a friend around the district
MATTHEW: & EVANS ENDERBY
Bank of Montreal
Casual, all patt tit, M4.<|00,000. BwL. 11(1.000.000
Mlancv Miom. and l.ott account,. It.'.'.Sin II
MEAD  Olilil.   MONTREAL
Han. Pmilntt. Kt(Kl Hon. LotJ Stisth,-. nt sid Mtunt N.vt; 0. C M. 0.
CtiiiJtnt, Sir Cos. A. DiutttmtinJ L, C. M C,
Viet I'ltttclttii • E. S. Cltiutsn
A Conir.-l Banking   tv'finrss traniaded
Droits t.tUsvsilit>:t il til points in lht Unwd Swat. E»t.*po tod Csnsit,
sen blaze of ihVsu'n beueen the
<■•<»•* ***** •      ' Urns that they were brought lo
'..'i n .nd thi atrlv,il ol
*•' UP *■*"■ thi train   The heat alone has
Ing  st by i,jen enough to damage
•  ^selves jrU|, ,n transit. with
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Savings Bank TT1:
MraWtaMIK c'iar. . ra$vaS___l   Wlit.teo.voH on okmont without
data,      ■ .      .••.,!      ..-c, ll.u
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OKANACAN      DISTRICT
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ENUERtiY ARMSTRONG *•
A, E. To»»t. SiS Ajt.   E S. V. MeClintoc*. S»t> A«t.   P. UuUattUa, Sat>A|t
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Thu
an age ol advertisement.   This *.|j| see in- It." Ifth*"" mpany
"  •      •        • f have no such' regulations pro
purchase!
**• manner refen I
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i      tsements aboul suchgoods nerc )s  t,0 our t.,,.
an:;* : i rile     I   nay be     • grievance
i have • •      •, hen tl it  fruit
vancement To have
a strong constitution
ne mast have the best
meats, nnd that's what
you »1II find at the new
brick bl cV Always
fresh, juicy and tender
Geo. R. Sharpe
MOWAT <& BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY. B. C
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining and Ceneral Land Agents
PROMPT  AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION  CIVEN  TO
BUSINSS    ENTRUSTED
TO  US
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Columbian College
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church ,; ,ide. an:; I
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p   ing ".tf*  the  t • •
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•i  Art, Music.
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Sealers y Granite ware
We have everything you want (or PRESERVING
Come and see cur fine stock of sealers, preserving kettles, eic.
OUR HARDWARE is the best on lhe markel
Cooking Utensils. Carpenters' Tools, Builders' Garden Tools.
■'.•■    Paints. Oils and Varnishes, are always on hand.
GROCERIES
Our Stock ol all Staple Commodities is large and comprehen
ilvi    Fresh country butter and eggs
R.P. Bradlev - Enderbv
Look
here ! for
Cheap Lumber
lei il ne
.lly be
•;x-alpaper, shlch
isiheir best medium 'hereby
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th-ir pai "let, and be
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II   iVO have hi:
•   (late, we I ;
' 'ihi-se silver ton
gue! Indlvl luals seeks to work
irlth   any  wildcat
. he will be pr mptly;
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What do you
Think of this?
Dry Boards and Dimension Timber, from $8 to SIO per M
Shiplap. -      -     - $12 per M
Flooring, Ceiling. Siding. from $15 per M. up
(W-Any other information will be furnished cn inquiry al
our office We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage,
which will have our careful attention.
ft, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO. LTD
I .ec 1,,'te,     B   C THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY. B.C., AUGUST 31, 1906
'
Stolypin Faced a Bomb.    Thanksgiving Day Fixed.
Twenty-sigh! persons are dead and
twenlv-lour others wounded as the
result cl a dastardly attempt on August
25th to assassinate Premier Stolypin
wllh a bomb while he was holding a
public reception al his country house
on Aptekarsky Island. The Premier
was badly wounded In the lace and
neck by Hying splinters. Among the
dead are tlte Premier's lllteen-year-old
daughter, who had both legs broken by
tho explosion and subsequently succumbed lo iter injuries; General
Zamaely, Ihe Premier's personal secretary ; M. Khovosiell. former governor
ol lhe province ol Penza; Col, Freder-
oil. chlel ol Ihe Premier's personal
guard's i Courl Chamberlain Dadldoll
and lour women and two children,
The wounded Include M, Stolypln's
llireeyear-cid son, who Is seriously,
though not lalally wounded, and a num.
Iwrotpeioni prominent In ths social
and official world. 01 lhe four conspirators who committed Iht outrage, two
were killed with their victims, while I
third, who acted at coachmtn (or the
parly, and the fourth, who remained
Inside lilt carriage, were badly wounded,
and are now in the St, Peter md St.
Paul fortress, Whether the auasilm
who entered the crowded reception hall
threw the bomb or accidentally dropped
It probably never will be kn:wn. ti all
the immediate eyewlineuti wen
killei. Liter rep>.-ti ny thit Stolypin
will tuccu nb lo his Injuries.
MMIUACl WAS NO t Vt.USE
D. McBride. th' proprietor ol ihe
Bridesvillt hotel on Rock Mountain,
hid a thrilling osptritttce lut week
with a dags who hid been working on
the railway. Tht digo ilirltd in to
cirvt tht landlord up. Mr. MeBrWt.
had recently untried a blooming young
widow, and belore the digo hid to-
moved loo many delmoniea then
trim Iho Itndlord'i tMrson lht wilt
came to htr husband'! rescue, and in
tru** Aiiiaton lithlon, tht bid out Mr.
Digo with a battle, but mi btlora iht
turn, had rtcelttd a tilth or two
Irani hit knife. Davy It ttrongly of
the opinion thit ittittugt It no folhire,
HeJIey Gazette
I AM. CMY TO Of*. M WC t A.a
New Wttlmimter, Aug, 27. Earl
Cray. Gctemor'Central ol Canada,
hti accepted the formal Intuition ol
lhe provincial lllr lo bt htM in thlt
cily in October, and hi will cptn tht
big tihibtilen. Nottlieatisn to thlt
tftect wat rtcelvtd to day Tha lair
manigtmtnt wai Inftmted thit Hu
Etcdltttcy will amvt in Ntw West,
mimitr cn Ociobtr lu. ilttr hu rttum
Irom Vanecum Istand. and ht will
cptn the lair on tht following day.
SteMlltM't Bonl, fc. o.«.."clH
Chicago. Aug, 27. Tht crginuatisn
at tht Milwwktt Avtnut Bank at an
siitilury or brinch ti Iht Flttt National Batik u soon la bt begun. Tin
new littiituiiMi will atari wnh a capital
ol $250,003 and i turphii ol 150,000
01 IhU amount SlOO.000 will bt sub
scttbtd by lht buuntta mm o* tht
Northwest Side. For Mm hours a
lint el depositor! tiitttdtd Irom lht
ttutn entrance cl lht BMk along Car-
ptnttr tltttl thundiy About 1.700
dtpntltort wtrt ptld and about $100.
000 dutwntd, 01 the maney nlmttt
60 ptr cent, wat immriisld* deposited
in tht salt deptall vtulU al Ihe Bank
More than $160,000 wis placed in the
bout Friday tnd Stturdty
will ana quickly.
Ait rebuild the s:!w«lid courage
01 lhe f*jple. and with iht e: cptratkn
ol tht cily government. Va"; --•
be rebuilt within » few rests oft liner
and mote beautiful litv»; thai. M ti
the dttS-.terol August I6th Aboul
ten thousand trctkmen ire ettipbyed
in dealing awaylherulrsarid in s.arch
tng let I wiits ol IhiMe who petuhed
during the leCtr.t eailhtptake art! lire
tnd ovtr 1.000 bodies hatt been buried
la dalt lh the ruins tf a house workmen toutid t Child litre in • barrel
which had prelected it Item harm
Canada's thanksgiving lor a bountllul
harvest will lake place on Thursday.
October 18th. The railway companies
were making a strong ellott lo have the
day changed lo Monday, so thai II
would be taken advantage ol lo a greal-
er extent lor holiday purposes, but ihis
Is not the object ol the day, and llie
request was declined.
Through the Okanogan.
Mr. S. Baiter, governmenl toiler
inspector, has returned to Victoria alter
an absence ol over a month. Mr.
Baxter was surprised at the general
activity In evidence all over Ihe different districts he visited. When In the
Okanagan splendid crops had been
secured and large crops of tools. On
one train he saw five carloads ol potatoes going oul and nearly evtry day
Irom two to Ihrtt cars go out. Many
bush lirts were raging in lhe Bnundtry
dlslilcls. and at Garrln lht station
house, freight sheds, tic. were burned
down and only smoking ruins were lelt.
The lumbering business wai much In
tvldence throughout tho Interior and
ovtry (tw tulles • mill wis busily running. Mr. Bailer rtmirked about tht
small legs which wtrt tawn bui was
much itruck with tht celerity with
whuh thty wen tawn up.
The Yo'.low Peril.
A itaitling nimr ii published in a
Vincouver eichingt. to lht effect thit
the Chinese government, acting through
ctrtiln Chtntst merchant!, hiving
b-ught an Inlluenliil newspiper In a
provincial cily art about ta Inaugurate
a wir cl aggression (or tht repeal el
tht Chinese htad-iii In all lht hug*
Cinidiin cliltt. esubllihing a cliim
ol newiptpen Iriendly »o tht scheme
Irom iht Pacific lo tht Atlantic and
embracing Ottawa in the conspiracy.
Suspicion previib thai certain heal
politician hivt lent thimi-ttvca to the
conspiracy which it believed lo be
widespread In lu ramiliaiioni and to
havt htapa ol Chlntte money behind
it. II lht rumor ihould bt verified it
can bt ttgsrdtd at nothing ihon ol
trtucKble iMtntlm la hind lht Dominion over to Mongoliin influtnces lo
lht turn of cur whilt working and buti-
,:.•■ rata
SMALL SALMON PACK.
The total lalntcn pi:k ta Brliuh
Cohanbta u apareiimattly lour hundred dwutand rates thu year. 01
that imouM lht Frattr river hai tup-
plied a hundred and tetrtniy Uuuund
catta. ind tht rrmtining two hundrtd
and thirty UiMMitd casts win be Irom
lht numttoui cannery paints along th*
itorthtmBiiiuhCohimbiteom, This
u about a third iht pack of last year,
and aboul two hundted and iwtniy.tu
.=       .  I     :■■■ tt, ..iy  ;„■«.   ■
1902, the eHietpondltig teamn in tht
four-year cycle,
laouclll n ■>< a THE CUP.
Bearing wiih him a wtll travelled
vatitt c ntuntng lht lamsut Kolapor*
cup. Ccloncl Wilton, iht eentmudaM
cf lht Unity Item, attired tail nighl
by Iht special tram Irsm Quebec lor
Hit accomodation cf lht patttngtia ot
tht Empress of Brittlti, tart lit* Mint
tet* Star clAugutilrnh THwCottwitl
• itd and beany met his trip,
cl which ht spt-ke Wllh lhe greatest
pteaiutt "ll was a great -
laid, "and we were rectivtd on the
o.ihsll sh- traditional ht»»
pnaluy ol tfi England. Nothing wis
Ite ff»td for ut. Mil our tuco
greeted ehfev.l a lh Is invh  etittnis-
latin is that* cl iht Brill A it
We are ail cl us delighted *nh the
t ",Ted."
tie* tea.rl.ll nl  tttt.
Lend *a   Aug 27    Sc tar as Ihe
LeiAtiJI lcil:wert ol 'PtolfT |   . •
Chicsg- a- • ■ : Ijiey
ihtir Intl..h   l-i     - .
"Iwectel' iti London.   The tara-risad-
inEuttonrttdifiKbe!*:'
Stepped It lh- IMM re' leV- i
poMire. tom* tre-mta *%. ai4 hteve
bttn vert inaiffe till tret since
Itootenay
Range
Kootenay Steel Ranges
Burn all kinds of fuel
London* Toronto
Mon*reahWinn^2g
Vancouvcr-SK John N.S
! ML J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Crt.nhouica .■..«! Ucd Houifi
VANCOUVER B.    C
BEE SUPPLIES
Bedding Out Plants
NOW KEADY Celery. Cabbage,
Cau'illtv.'.-r. Extra nice Id ol Iruit
Ireei c inlng on for fall delNery. No
less, da-lay il fumigating, Inspection,
tier cu:.t<.u.s lo pay on
Horn* Grown Stock
V.'e hr.ve the geeds.   Cet yeur orders
In early lo secure prompt delivery.
French. Holland and Japan bulbs
vill be ready (or September shipments
Catalogues tree.
M. J. HENRY.
3010 Weitmlnttoi Rood    Varcouvtr
IC.
eo viam'
TRY   OUR .   .
Wheatlets
•   .  For Breakfast
Contains   all   the   NUTRIMENT   In   Wheat
For Sale by all Grocers
1ft Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd., Endeiby
._._j Mam*
Oman*
COPVWCHTt Ao
«P». n« t-itAi  | ft |IHr*i _"■! rWrit tl. -i ■ •*
•■Mil M •" . .1 t..ir ll   i-i." f(M oliMhtl U
■tttJOmi tii'i'-iif 14*_f_____i_J —*_W*__
n«  ***• 'l.i  MleQUOl ■ -I •'••*»
H..l ft,.   OMMl MteWI I'** »*t-|Ml.i|<4t»»i«.
KtHU IHM ibttt'iili Mtiltti kt« ik«i««
■^.'t il nMIt*. *"'-ii cltiarvm III IM
Sclentif >c Jlmerlcan.
!»,»...«.,...,.I-    :_tir««t>1 •Milt    I a*am\<ru
mX3Sm *<i m •**■*• ut* fini it"*i n»
wsdwP
Newa From Nt ir (tb Far
Tht week ol cricket it Vtctcrbi vti
brought te a close hit Saiurdty alter-
noon when lh« Vtctarii team, irurni
mtnt chiinpiont and holders ol ihe cup,
defeated I combined eleven lurmed ol
picked pliytrs Irein til the ether compiling clubt.
Mirlln Dile and H McGrtth. whilt
billing in the gorge tt Niigira lut
Situirjiy, were caught by the cuttetil
and carried through tht whirlpool
rapids, Date wu drowntd but Mc-
Crtth miniged to swim tu shore.
Jimri P. Sleane. ot Spokane, was
killed on Tuesdiy night by hit tevtmeen
year-old ion Henry with an ait. and
hit body cat found Wednesday behind
a pile ol rocks in an alley ntar hu home,
Fire t-imiged the Hi ur mill cl iht
Ogilrle Co.. at Montreal lut week lo
lht etlent.! J2.C0C
Tht  repon lhal  the  *•■ tbtad
Lumber Cs hid stld   ut 'l   t
>>.!  I  '    .-  i   i     -:a--t ;    ■ *.
oltotlietl Iht weatlhltst lumbermen
ol the State cl Mumeso- Is cailumed.
Tht aaton ol tht lew rtneh-n in
thr nelghbtrh'sd tf titfim in uklng
for tht ttm: nl ot the head III on
Chinese tttiltsl thty may gel berry
picket! cheaply, tt eicitlitg much un-
latronble ctnmtai lonlly, tspecHily
,    .(,.;, ., ....     - . .-. ■
Bear Held Up Ranihura.
;-.*••,/ H!       •-   r, «.,••       -
Wllh a big br ,»r, bear -•
Kaglt ft*     . -        - ird mis
mgM thty were - •*,* home
doorbeic gelling oul
••ho lh" itiliutcr »-o
itr to l    -    ' tiishiiittit an etturmraus
,
owty It in then.    Ret
H     .--:.••' .'.'!•'
■    ■
back.  There wtt
-
lly itl It - "titling
c      I    .
got through
the Wind
HIM
■     . .-'.'''
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given lhat 30
days alter dale we intend loapply to tht
Honorable, tht Chltl Commltloner ol
Landi and Works fer a special license
to cut and carry asty umber Irom i'»
following described linos' situtted in
Oaoyoos Division of Yalt Dlttrict.
No. I. Cammoricttic al a nest an Dr-mtn-
Survty Lint, olsut rme atuiltr mile ficm
Ukt. matliel'*K L.Co„T. Be"
lhti.<r ItO e>.oint Snulh  40rtioii» W«>t,
•eO ehtiru M ith ihtt,e» 40 choir* ta iwini
al e^tnmtrkemeici.
Me.I,Comnwrtttt at a pott markttd
K I. Co., T. h.". mii to iron pott or,
» Stirerty Lint niimtatel XVIII
'     -holies Semite. M choiu
Nctth tOdisittt East to
rrum.
I at a |
' K.I.. Ce   iitiiUoemiloupo e...
■■■■■(   •   '•■  --    -•   *  -   	
chtw. Stunt. *•! reha'm Eati.M) ctioint
....
menretntrii
KaKeC-cei a LuMIIR Co., LTb.
Endetby. 1} C. August 22. 1906,
Notice
TlT'r".-
lhal JO
'    eitytc the
Honorablt Chltl Commissioner   ol
Umlt, and Woiks lor t'eeeial ln»a-,es
io cut and carry away timber from the
following described Itndi. Mhuted in
Otoyot* Division ol Yalt Dlsli i
I. CcemtnenftteK at a p-M c      ■
■
a   fej
"  ' 'mom.
Synoptlt of
ran-.tin. lleim. at. «0 » ry .,lil lool.
ANY ova. a   . I • 'hll. lit
Roilwov B. It i.i lit.ie.l. Colutnl It, moy
btttamotttadrileyotey joiiii who it lht
toll tittd cl a ttmtly. cr tny malo over 11
Viatt cl ot» te. the etlti.1 ct cne quatltt
e' trrn cr Itu.
mutt be miilt iwit.-no.ly ot lhe
-. c llteo Iti itu cuti.ct in ol.ich the
lOtcct tt tttutlt.
Tito Itcmnteodct It leaulrtd t-
lh»rcnditttu t..      •    ll lh i,ie«r
...     ■ " . e        . , ,. ;   ,
•    "c*t upon
■.tor fer
■
'-,'.-.-   m
e    -e .     t    |
> . ihoteautterrceiittasioietidtnct
■ > e ly met. efontt, icoa.itie;
orirj ibt '.■ trort
" MUltr leu lilt pttmorcttii imi*
-   ■        loi     . •    ■>- Mrn tn
' -.iticiliid. the re|uiie-
■ottiltr-e moy be toiulieej by
- ■
 c   -t-culct U
rirtii ittre» the . >•  'tinmtmca
-     1      ' '     '     '     „■;   .     .   ,
patent.
Cool Undo mat bt |.'je.'Ut- i ai Itt* ptr
,.   ■   .       e.        , , ,
•.   ■ . '. .. ;
by one individual   - ■       ■   .-
t>"t ciy if it. *■- ii tenet.
i
For Sale
Fanning Land tn tots to sun fur.
.   ring and
buying   Arply to
J AM. M.CAl.U.'K.SjIttt.nAim.
Hal
cyon
...
KaMLoonUnii
• B.C. Aujuil 22. I
City . Bakery
■   MetcaWeft ■■.	
■■•ct
.t
•I cn.
....,
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Later  B  t
Notice.
ii-:;
J. W. Bacon - Proprietor
Suticribc ''•'pfeoRESS SS. E Nl 'ERBY. B.C.. AUGUST 31. 1906
TOOLS
TOOLS
A Klr.i' Ri'tiiUnct'
." .w-JM
r
_ The Union Restaurant
h ho has built, I  CUFF   STREET,    .iNDERBY
j   v.K ilCKETS. $5.00.      BY THE MONTH. $20,
i struct
i Heal lion.   It Is painted a ll|
rVOk ■ I -     ■
BAKERY
A. FULTON'S
\
Are you intending to sell
this Year
7
- in  jti . . :ii 'in i- utaurint I lltal   a*   I iki
:..-....        obtalnad tht
the oven.   Alwayi (rath.
A ntctt  line  ot Conltctlonery It carried In il   k     Fn le
Iruit In scascn.   Don't bake bread when busy, TRY  OURS.
Everything Strictly
Hi   '.     i.i:
I  .inli he toasts
It l
.... ,
3 .!  McQUFEN. Proprietor. Endeiby,
•mplt £»-,,
J
nnplelL
'   : ..ir
xn n.t
IF  SO-
l
Lis
wi
ith
•» ill have
L,
I
Angus) 31 I
"Behind each dark cloud Is a silver lining."   Buyers
will come again.   Rome was not built Ir. a day.
List your Froprrlv with Us!
.'.—TcA'n Property. Business Propositions and
:        i- ..■::: !'•  ;f"
i-   Remember, tt have the "Bell Lots" for Sale
v..
Cull and see us
KIRBY 8. W^.BY. Endetby 9b Armstrong
mm   maetaiwiieW..- — aaocB-H,>____ »i wr«.**_ am
1  C ,f^   A  I     F* f ^j   I !!-.     —in.I.-t-,i»n/Repairer. Trunks,
j5tALs-Ji      . i a,,,   j
-' «t    -
J'    1
" SCALES
whal   ■ / fanner and housewife should have I
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS, ENDERBY
,.
..
■
j. h. McVeigh
, ei KSMITH      -     -     -      ENDIRBY.   D C
Has  tliem
blAlv^lxu
NOW ON
HAND
i    :	
'.iffjl-ilii WC
r"
—
SilMI'iV. POWDER
■    Weil burnt bncki al tcastnablr .
•.'-■
1F« Enderby Brick 9b Tile Co.       Endbkby, B, C
Notice.
FAINTER
!   T>W<     •
undertake
'STRICT
. NOTES .
Shootin;; Notice.
SIGNWRITINO
WEKHANQING
t'ECORATINC
Etc.
Team W     r>.
Poles Wonted.
WANTEI    i.e.'.   •     ■
_.
-
C. W. LITTLE,
Mara. B C
. City   Barber   Shop
■
- i.-ikton.
.-■••■
■
it win       - -   ■
Id a church bi
ii S
t
■
-
IS THE PLACE FOR
A NICE CLEAN - .
SMOOTH   .  SHAVE
tfell Blot*
Tender., Wented.
1
■   ' ' . ■ .
■    ■
■
,
•■
:■•-,*■        rmonat
lor Manll ■ ' '
■
.
;; Mafi-
l relui • •    .;•-.•• M
■
ill qllKl
B ||rl ■: || ||
i    -•- Manliobi,
Al
A. YOUNC*     -
Dr. C.W.Cross
VETERINAi-Y I-   ft   *.i   /-.'.
DEI.
BNDERBY    •    ll C
it i
h ma   i Tut
ind,
Sewing
Wonted   .   .
"
*
-   Ettiletby

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