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The Enderby Progress
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erDy
NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3.    Number 8
ENDERBY, B. C, JULY 13 1906.
Price, SI.50 a Year
Fruit Jars
" "Never eat to-day what you can put up   tomorrow.
9
Agricultural Implements       j
•Make hay while the sun shines."
Summer Drinks
• "Cool as a Cucumber."
HARVEY 9b DOBSON
i
i
KODAKS
ana
Photographic Supplies
We keep a  lull  line.    Sole Agents (or
Eastman's goods.   All supplies sold at list
prices.
Mall Orders will receive prompt attention
Enderby Drug 9b Stationery
Company Ltd.
«••
W
HEN IN ENDERBY
=i>
STOP   AT
TSb KING EDARD HOTEL
THE  LEADING  HOSTELRY  OF THE OKANACAN VALLEY
Visitors to ihe northern part of the Okanagan Valley, whether
land hunting, or for pleasure and sport, can do na belter than
make lhls house their headquarters. Table and cuisine un-
eucelled. Bar replete wllh lineal wlnei, spirits, liqueurs, cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
BELL A- MURPHY
Proprietort
d"
Wines & Spirits
known brands lo choose from.
and Olher drinks    We have I
large as3or'.ittint ol all the well
4
PAINTER
A. J. LAPWORTH
undertakes
SIGNWRiriN".
PAPERHANOi:;
DECORATING
Eic.
Btlltnatea  Purni:,!!-. t
Add
LOCAL   NOTES.
Mr. Geo. McCcrmick wai I .
ger on Wednesday's train »n t -il- fat
Sicamous, on an Inspection l;ur ot the
cc rr new In progress on iht C
entenalve timber limit   u .
wap lake.
Mr. Russell, of Bathgal
: allied by Mill Ruistll, -ante
ln by Monday's Irain and is visiting
wllh his daughter. Mr.-,. Heggie,
■   Ranch
Th- . ai menden are it * •
cn lha Ma's ' ad.   Waller Gardner la
FRATERNAL
The  liutlllatl u    !  lh-   i
the eiLunin v-sr .1 Knlghli t Pythlai
Lodge No. 35 took place on Monday
evening laal. Al lite dote 11 llw core
mony the aaaciiiibled bto'.lircii parluc k
ul an inloritial supper and enjoyed a
short time spent In social chat. The
officers are: C. C. Wm. Anderson;
V.C., R. Jchnion; Prelate, J. C.
Engliah; K. cf R. & S-. C. E. Strickland: M. ol F. A. Faulkner. M.oIE.,
F. Pyman: M. al A.. J C. O'Connor;
M. ol W„ J. Folkard, I. G„ J Graham: 0. G. R. Bailey.
On Tuesday evening the Installation
ol the newly elected ollicers ol Eureka
Lodge No. SO., I. 0. 0. F. was held.
The ceremony was conducted by Bro.
S. A. Shatlord, D. D„ assisted by
Bros, S C. Smith and W. A Cryder-
maii, of Vernon. Labors ended. Iiglil
refreshments were served. The follow-'
ing are the newly installed ollicers: W
Vack. N.G.; R. E. Wheeler. V.G.. J.
C Metcalle. Sec; H. N. Hendrlckun.
Treat.: J. Hodson. Warden; M. Dun-
woodie, Ccindudor: J. O'Connor. O.G;
R. P. Btadley. 1,0 , J. Eastwood. R.
S N.G.: P. Mack, L.S.N.G: R. Blackburn. R.S.V.G.: A, Raul. L.S.V.G..
\ A. Matthews. R.S.S.: F. Gibson. L S.S
The steel cuing for the drill ol Ihe
Enderby Coal Mines, Ltd,, came in on
Monday and waa taken wil to the 111111-1
lhat alienism, Drilling operations
have now commenced on this property.
j Mlu Macgregor arrived tan week
Irom Victoria and is lhe guest ol Mra,
: J. E. Crane.
James and P, D, Murphy, ol the
: King Edward Hotel, lell on Friday lor
e Michigan, hiving received word ol the
serious lllnoaa ol a siller there.
Mrt, Albert Johnson, who hat been
1 envying a holiday at Luinby for lhe
■ past few weeks, returned home bat
The Kelowni clly council have been
ollered 10] lor their first issue cl
debentures. Does nol this slier ot two
I above par show the standing ol the
; Okanagan in lhe linancul market *
: We think li is the nut eloquent testimony
The weather has been "on the whole"
|ust 9 lillle coaler this week ihan Ihe
"sidling" kind meeted out last week
by the "weather clerk" lo Okinigmttej
j   J.   Venter, son ol Dr.  Ver net.
i arrived in town last week Irom I amnio.
to |oln hu parents here. He hat
secured a position in tha oillce of tha
; Kamloops Lumber Company.
Mr. Grade, accompanied by Mrs.
i Grade, arrived in Enderby Irom Scot-
j Una cn Friday morning.   Mr Oracle,
; in  partnership wnh Mr, Wylie. has
purchased lhe Fortune taitch, ol which
he will take the management.    We
undetstind thai the new owners com
template making many improvements
. In this, the puneer ranch si Ihe Okanagan valley, and lhat dairying and hull
growing will be g-.ne into on an eaten
sive scale.
Mayor and Mrs Geo Bell. Mr  and
Mrs, J. W, Evans, and Mr   and Mn
F. Pyman lefi cn Thurtdiy t
Tappen Siding summer school and
camp on Shuswap lake, which opened
lhls week and will c .rslimi- llll August
20.   Nn belter place can he I und,
says Ihe hland SenlitH. Ic
hoi   SUiniii-r    ra    ■      '.    !  batty
and bathing with an absoiv-
beach lor the leitl-
inusl provide themselves wllh It  I
sleeping accommodai  1     but baird
may be had at reasonable ra*
grounds.   Regular jingle Ian
purchased  between the above dates
will eiiiiii- ih-   ,       tot return free
1 asks lor 1        111 cetnli-
cale when purchasing his lickel    In-
■•■•,•• will be
given  at  suitable   timet during the
Fruit   Growers'   Meeting. JULY 12 AT THE ARM
rheB C. Frull Growers' Association
held iheir periodical meeting on Situr-
day afternoon In the Orange Ihli. 111
tder thu the local memoct     I the
Association might have the o,e   1
of listening to addresses delivered by
Messrs. Brandrlih and Kipp. who have
been louring Ihe Interior and lecturing
In the interest of ihe  Association.
Owing 10 lhe   prevalllnj heat, Hi*
attendance was very small,   Mr, Elson
icd to ihe chair and In ihe
course ol his   inlr ductory renurki
said lhat the hot weather was causing
a gteat loss in Ihe small Irult crop, asi
a large quantity ol raspberries, goose- ■
berries and currant* were being cooked'
on lhe bushes.
Mr. Brandmli. secretary of the
Frull Growers' Association, was the
nest speaker, and began his lecture by
reading 1 letter from Mr. Cunningham.
Dominion Frail In peer r. who wu to'
have been present at the -r.ee! Ing, but
as the letter stated, was detained from
so doing by having to go to Agaasii.
where he is trying to subdue the in-
testation which has already ruined
some forty acres if lisps, Mr, Brand-
nth went on lo ipeak ol lhe importance
ol spraying Iran trees. He said that
the ma|»rily el Iran growei
sprayed their trees did not seem to
know why or when to do so, He
showed Iht importance ol spraying
with the right muture and st the tight
time, and tuned that hi wjuld be
quite willing ti give any enquirers all
the ittlcrtnalicn on these sul>,
was at hu disposal He alto uld tint
Importers ol Iruit trees could not bt
too cartful in regard to where they
get their trees, saying that trees Irom
tht coast wtrt likely to bt infested by
injurious insects Ht said thai the
Oksnsgsn Valley was very Ireeltom
pesU ol all kinds and ilia! n was up ta
those who wtrt engaged in the trail-
Cng industry lo keep It so. Mr
irith alto slated that members ol
Fatmers* Institutes could receive
•praying materials Irom tht Institute
.* ■■   t
Mr Ktpp spoke ol the ketp!iq>qualities the different varieties of frail whieih
have come under hia notice and gave
those present tome very timely advice
upon tht varieties ol li
pUui tn ihu m
and upon the manner in wnich prani-g
'ic.-i'i bt i m  idi   ng tl      1 •■ *
in the hanl
Cattle along pr
that line, at thu wat on* ol ■
important events in the lilt  '
11! lh- » itl
line?
Thea'.:*' ■    •!
great alienti n bv s'l present
vote ol thank-, ■
Ihe lecture Ua
nth and Kiup :
the same evening   .
i-i rend a!!r-.,s-s
Wllh such accompaniments as (lne
vealh-r. a good programme, as prel'.y
nld wish 10 v   II    I   I
■ ■  .
great
The special pulled oul ol En I
9.30. and was well tilled with a large
crowd of happy passengers, all Intent
on crowding as much enjoyment and
sight seeing inlo Ihe day as possible.
That Enderby sent her share of the
vUltors was apparent, and the town
was quite a "Deserted Village." From
reporu which lie.
clear lhal one and all enjoyed the tup
immensely. All speak 111 Ihe highest
terms of the arrangements made bi
the committee In charge of the celebration lor lha comfort and amusement of their visitors.
Salmon Arm won from Armstrong
al baseball by a scoit ol 7 to 3. while
RtveUtoke beat Enderby at ioolbsll by
3 toO. The lacrosse match between
Kamloops and Vemon did not material ■
Ue. much to the disappointment ol a
great many.
COUNCIL MEETING
A special council meeting was held
on Tuesday evening, the Mayor and all
the Aldermen being present.
The principal subject ot dUcustion
wu ihe waterworks scheme, which
was comider-d at great length, A
number ol amendments to the By-Uw
were passed, and it wu finally, on Ihe
motion ot AM Evans, seconded by
Aid. Barnes, read tor tht third time
The date lor Uktng the vote ol lhe
property owners upon tht By-Uw wu
llttd lor Tutsday. July 24th Tht
Clerk wat instructed U write to tht
Health Department, asking them to
provide analysis ol water sent them
some lime ago. In order that the Clly
may be in a position to oompty with
tht requiretnenu ol Iht Health Act
before commencing cantlm -
weeks, which, unlet* an early start were
made, wjuhl have to be postponed till
neai year. He wu also ihsl.
advertise lot tenders, so thtl il the
By Isw u c.nlit'iied by the electors.
subject lo the approval .1 Ihe Health
Department, ihe council will be in a
paitton to close a contract lot construe
imi ol the works wnh.ut deUy
liai AT AMOWHtAD.
Arrowhead. July 12. File brokt
out at ihu puct early thu morning,
Dtapite all efforts to stem iu progress,
it spread rapidly and at diylight the
•whole ol lht bualneu section I
•   in   Two Hotels. Isur
lencea were de-
Ion u appii-(imttefy
■
The Grand Challenge Cup lor rawing
at Henley wu won by the Belgian
lied Trinity Hail Cam-
I   Iht   Hi!   *
'
A Ud named R, Mr'-
tw! inSicait- .    -•
le was swimming in the lake.
islinring a  b at which ctntsltwd a
he suddenly tank, no
d uM be Mind wllh cramp.
lilt lacrosse    it
•■ ng tnd Enderby on Wed
evennii; ... ne  200
pecUtol    ■  :
lltl   .   ■■••   ll
erf tven one,
.- had an advantage
ring that Ihe Ender
■   t'v    •.. ■     ■ 1
/ Mdllabtcand >■ rti
. •    in lh- future
2
Hot Weather
 GOODS	
Lime Juice, Grape Juice, Raspberry
Vinegar, Fruits
Ah) full line Canned *•   li lhat wil! save you from
standing over a hoi siove
Enderby  Trading  Company
THE STORE DF QUALITY THE PROGRESS
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ab il sh utlng i
n i authority to do
v,; table time rva
had
mch
ir.d
Notes and Comments
V
llll   CATALOGUES.
He •   me n ilentfli  !";. i t   in
be h.'li tyr-iiier here  ■
ther? is a [wi Ichlel    engl
thoroughly Instructed In the run
nlng oi the engine and
,    .. icultl      hould ll
bi ikd '.n Suchaman h ill
I: .i small monthly sum as
celve ::ii pay I r each time of
i, al the rate of $5 per
lire    :-   "        lartei    houl
he DroviJei aratls i ir '.he chief
Thoss who buy
PROFESSIONAL
W. P. GOOCH
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
BHU BLOCK
ENDERBY B. C.
PETER   BURNET
DOMINION k PROVINCIAL
LAND SURVEYOR
BRLL ni.o :r.
ENDERBY B.C.
Miss B. Manton
STENOGRAPHER
BELL BLOCK.      noun:',.
ENDERBY IOamtoS.30
■ ntlal w.irk a spe   iltj
FRATERNAL
LO.L.No.446
■..I.   i: I ihi 3rd Friday
■■- j- ' M p. m.
Ill '-i.  W«| ■   fl.f
Men's Chip Hats        I
Just the thing to shade you in the Hot Sun.
Ladies' Summer Blouses
In the very latest styles and patterns.
Boys' Summer Suits
Good-fitting, neat, light and comfortable.
We alio keep Itt  itoel*   FRESH   GROCERIES, cn.pn.„n
tlw K.'-c luiown earand. ..( le.....l-     I'ruiti ., !..cc prua-tiralilt.
;.■■■• .. •
ir oiler to pay cash
Vetnge goods f;>r yeur but
ter. eggs, hay and grain ? Ho*
much do they pay for cattle.
sheep and bags?   Ha* much
taxes Ml! they pa. *
a is an.t h*. .
support ol the ;>   -       lh
On i.-hat page is I
rvices li
-• •   itabltshmcnl   .
ild be paid   .■ $3 per nre.
rt p ay might be allowed 'or a
•  ghtlypractl •  Ane llclenl
.•   .t : ten men
: : ■• maintains at an annual cost of about $6001 rpay,
allowances and fuel.   With a
nucleus of so many trained men.
the willing general public could
bs made use uf under discipline
.: hither and
Ihllher, and tne time saved tn
becking  • are at its outset
• I ibly be the means
.    .   many buildings thai
. :  'Itemise be destroyed."
The foregoing cannot be gain-
"i: by any one resident In
lown. and xe ask. ag .in. have
'.- council no in'
or concern in the mar • '
j   Mete
Metcalfe   <&   Wheeler
. S«a.. C. Cakd«
'* "      _wn.. _>, uaamn    	
A-I-AAJt Clean Statli
nearly Si.00.000 will
be the  total  revenue derived
by the pr .'Incial ,; vemmenl
irom the operation of Its
department  during the  fiscal
year which ended on June 30
All records for colleen
• ■ i enseaand-
>roken during ihe flsca
En latley l^^____^^^^^^^^^^^^
tuat Stice  . ■ ,"-   the fu   moan al
H p.m. in Mticiti- Hall.   Visittics I'ttthttm
:.ieliRiiy li
F.H.'a
D. A. He 5. e,-, S«;.
C. O. F. No 1058
v.... ...     -   Frld
■ h iiatith.    Visit.ltd llt'ihttii
cordially lev
t. CR H Fruit* See,
I. 0.0. F.
il a v*_iti!tf Halt «i i
..... ,.
invited i
Knitfhts of Pythias
l.acfjt N '■'      a, nre
■  .    -
-
!.' «....  •.,(*. C. AB. B ■ •■ >:   IR.kS
^^^^^^^ We beg to Inform the
PIlTi    iltahlP   P-blic that all cur horses
.can w/iauic have been tes,ed (or
Glanders    Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned out ana
disinfected, and Is as clean as the day it was built.
MATTHEWS 8a EVANS ENDERBY
Bank of Montreal
Capital, til pale up, $14,000,000. Kelt, $10,000,00
BalaiKt Prallt ana Loal tccounL, $1?l.lrtil
HEAD  Olliri.   MONTREAL
Pmldtnl, Kighi Hon. LorJ Sitatheaiu uid Mount Rcyal C. C. M. C,
Vtrt I'tuicltiii. Sir Gta. A Diuiimi.'iiJ L. C M C.
A Ceneral Banking   business transacted
Drtlta taid avatlabla tl all ntlntt In lht United Statea. Eurtpt and Canada,
luJltir AlII --Ja--aa________________B
inoluJinf Atlln and Dtwaon City-
Savings Bank De»*rtm*rt•«
JUVIIIK3    Waill.  anjin,„„i,||0„daieuttt
MtV-HBO-aUS^.. £__■■:*■    Withe. .«.<.!» on tmani
itctiwJ
upwarda
etitrtnl met
-
•••   il itne of err: :r, Mil
ttendto you Mien crops
.    -mney gone, Mi^n
thr,ugh illness or misfortune
you are nol able to set-
cash Mth your ortet
.•e.drygjods. etc* An:
where Is thelt   ei      nttlbutc
In *hat department do ihey
explain M the increased value
■ . .* pr petty i  a result ol
sating Ml in th*
:ai. - i que3
:i iis an?*-- .* enure
.
and most to*>n merchai
irming an: let the
lo*ns go to grass
Under such     ndlll na n-»
- needed, further than to
i ra
I post of
B: Mih
-
,; ie ■     -    ihli •-    -er the
-ti make
ihe taiine* :
a
FIRE I'RoTM \\o\
In Iti
Ke   vna Courier, reprin'     a
-.        *,,
-'    .
.....
" Here is a les: ■
11     ••• We
are investing In an ex|
fire engine, and pr
be made loi
•
will in! IU| |
■
. ■. •
a'l re >
■ ■   ■ .-   ••••.,.
.......... ,
burn'     P ire 'unning
the eve *xpan-,
ston. A conservative prophecy
made Is that the fiscal year of'
1906-1907 Mil show a revenue
from the limber department of
n-A less than $750,000.
The month ol June was the
banner month for collections
since the days when the province first commenced selling
timber locations. Ap;
ately $100,000 was received in
payment of ll • ne dur
ing thai monlh. That
is over Ilve times greater than
d collections ma le the
first year the Government commenced to derive revenue from
the sale of lis timber The
revenue from timber during the
fiscal year 1904 05 amounted
to $412,000 in round numbers,
while collections for the calen
-a-        I ,    ,*
31 last, totalled nearly $579,000
The number of licenses taken
out for timber Is steadily In
creasing   The amount paid in
ll ii nol increasing in
the number ol license:  ■ Mch goes tj
— timber held under
licens'*  ,      • : -ing taken up
' immediate
use.
MANITOBA FROST WIRE PENCE
■ ■ -  - ! heavir hard
.     a .
woven leneea, but aurpastea ihem Itr
-. atrejeejih, durability   and
economy.   Sale Agent lor Okanagan.
R. BAILEY
ENDERBY B C
^^b^^^^^^^^^^_ delay.   Kaiirittra'and Country Bun-
ntaa civan spinal atttntean. Munictptl ani acttual Dtliu'l tfcautits ttctivrd
tn laaaiatilt ttttna. Spt .*ni attt-iiitti fivtn to tht handltni ol Municipal and
oihtr dtbtmutta,
OKANACAN      DISTB.ICT
C. A, HtwiDiei. Mant{tr, Vernon
EMOERBY ARMSTRONG KELOWNA
A. E. layer. SihA(t.   E S. V, McCllntock. Sab-A(t.   f. UuMoulin, SubA|t
City    Barber   Shop
IS THE PLACE FOR
A NICE CLEAN   -
SMOOTH   .  SHAVE
.:.,,.,.  . Ball Black
MOWAT 9b BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK. ENDKRIY. B. C.
Real EsUte, Insurance,
Mining and General Land Agtnta
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL
ATT   NTION  CIVN  TO
BUSIN SS  ENTRUST D
TO   US
A sirong constitution
means a healthy mind
and good work—and
good work means advancement To have
a strong constitution
one must have the best
meats, and that's what
you Mil llnd at the new
brick block Always
fresh, juicy and lender.
Geo. R. Sharpe
ENDERBY ^^^H
CITY of ENDERBY
NOT.CI.   TO CONTRACTORS
• I up l»
■ -
Berry time is Here!
Come and see our fine sleek ol sealers, preserving kettles, etc.
OUR   HARDWARE la the best on Ihe market
, Cooking Utensils, Carpenters' Tools. Builders' Garden Toils,
Hose, etc., Paints. Clls and Varnishes, are always on hand
GROCERIES
Our Slock of all Staple Commodities Is large and comprehensive    Fresh country butler and eggs
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
Look
here I for
Cheap Lumber
■    •    . ■ :
to thi
Mulr, the
-  •    «'   )'   1>«   »c'
■■    |
C,i>. irt
What do you
Think of this?
MaoleLet
.     ..*..„■
oerailon   I
■   Educatl ■    and   Insepclor
)'■ Hugh-   ■; " i committee to
carry   ittl vemenl Newa*
■    papers thi igh -it the Dominion
■...,    m    .    -. parate with the
o the !'•     '  tribute to Ihe mem
v.; m thai   ry ol the -lan *ho has done
muCh i mlfy the nationhood
Board' of     ing Canada.
Dry Boards and Dimension Timber, (rom $8 to $10 per M
Shiplap. - $12 per M.
Flooring. Celling. Siding,        •        •        from $15 per M. up
M"Any other information will be furnished on inquiry at
our office We respectfully solicit a share ol your patronage,
which will have our careful attention.
ft, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO. LTD
EetdtrW. 11  C ,i
THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C.. JULY 13, 1906
N6WS   From  Near   9b  For     Anoiher mutiny has started among'
= ihe Turkish army reserves In Yomen
Miss May Sutton, ol Calllctnla. lost province. Sixteen battalions demanded
Ihe tennis championship ol Greal Btl'.-i thai they be rer.altlaled and the com-
ain which she won lasl year, being it- ! mander-in-chlel. Marshall Felil Paiha.
lealed by Miss Dcuglass by 20
scores were 6-3, 9-7,
Charlie Smilherlngale, late cl the
Slocan Drill. Intends publishing a Internal paper to be called The Pylhian
Shield, ll will be devoted tr. the Inter
ests ol Ihe K.P's. In British Columbia.
The Chicago Tribune ol Saturday
publishes Its ninth annual summary of.
lhe deaths and Injuries caused ihrough
cul Ihe United Stales by yesterday's
celebration of Ihe Declaralic.ii ol Independence. The figures up lo an early
hour were as follows: dead 38, injured 3,351.
Earl Grey will visit the governor ol
Newfoundland during August. Later on
he will visit the Ncrlhwest and British
Columbia, but will not go to the Yukon.
He will attend the lorestrv association
meeting at Vancouver, and will open
Ihe exhibition at New Westminster on
October 2. He will return to Ottawa
al lhe end ol October.
A Jams won lhe five-mile swimming championship contest at Putney,
England, on Saturday. The time was
an hour three mlnules and forty sec
ends, beating the previous record by
thlrlei n at.d a lllih lecenda. Taylor, ct
Camtrd.n. was second. It was a very
ctcte race, Jarvii being only iwoyardi
ahead ol Taylor at the finish.
Mr. Maxwell Smith. P. minim trull
Inspector says: "There Is little need
Icr this province to spend money In
trying to Induce Immigrants Irom other
countries to come here and settle. The
best Immigration work that British Col
umbla can do Is lo develop the hull-
(tewing Industry, and to send Urge
quantities ol first class frull, properly
grown, harvested, packed and shipped,
to the Ntrthve■ i: this will bring our
cwn people here as ttcn as ihey be
•rente tired ci the more rlgcrcua ell
male ol the praries.
The ordered Ihe lotls to open lire cn Ihe
I mutineer:.
A new Island has arisen In the :ea
near Bernslov Island, Alaska, which
Itself was litre wn up by a v.' ina a
hundred years ago. Fishermen say
they were unable to approach the island
because Ihe waters around were still
seething liom heal.
Robert Fleming, teller In the Bank
ol Montreal, St. John, N. B„ lias had
539 pieces ol glass removed from his
eye, which was Injured nearly a month
ago by the breaking cl an Incandescent
globe near his desk. His physician
vouches lor ihe count, and says the
case Is without parallel In medical history. The sight ol lhe organ will be
saved.
Lord Aberdeen, the lord-lieutenant ol
Ireland, had a narrow escape while
travelling from Haddo House lo Aberdeen, Scotland. A stone crashed
through his carriage window and slruck
Ihe door on lhe ether side ct lhe compartment. A young lady tn anoiher
carriage of ihe ume train was struck
on the forehead by a atone that came
ihrough the window, and was severely
Injured.
The board tl trade Inquiry into the
wr ck of the Hut cuih steamer ex
i press on July Isl hu formally begun
al Salisbury, Eng. It will be thorough,
and all the expert testimony possible
will be taken. Tlte police have been
Informed by one ol the relatives of a
person killed, thai a large aim ol money
was stolen at the time ol the disaster.
Unofficially it was learned that lhe
time In which the boat train should
cover the I IS miles to London it 113
minutes.
A poor but worthy old couple had a
rare stroke ot luck, Some relative died
and lelt ihem a loitune of $100 The
night ol the arrival ol the lawyer's let
40N.R'_^„-&^
down n "Sunshine"
:  • '        furnace   without  getting
covt*rf<l with   nshots nnd dust—hits a
dust lino tliwiiKli which oil tho thus
and iislios  oscapo  when yon  abake "~~~"
down the fine.
This beator la so ffwily rogtilatetl and opcrntwl,
and so olenn, thnt it iiiiilifs the entire household
bright nml gonial.
Sold by nil entcrpriain'j donlors.   HouMet free
uusr6-
0ftwn>
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Grteittiouiti and Seed Houitt
VANCOUVER B.    C.
BEE SUPPLIES
Bedding Out Plants
NOW KEADY Celery. Cabbage.
Cauliflower. Exlra nice Id ol fiuil
Irees ctnilng on Icr lull delivery. No
loss, delay cf lumlgallng. Inspection,
ner customs tc pay on
Home Crown Stock
V.'c havt the geeds.   Get your orders
in early to secure prompt delivery.
French, Holland :.i.d Japan bulbs
will be ready Icr September shipments
Catalogues Iree.
M J HENRY.
1010 Wnlmintltr Head    Vancouver
IC.
ao vaanr
exPintiNci
.Mao*
Luskin.
TuiliiST.1.
ST
M0NTR8AL    WtSKIPM,
JOIIM.    li.Mli .•■:.
vasftit-vi-K,
Further'tl^ting between the i»tive|,_'««1N'l'«'«ol ****** 8«od fortune
' they ut up late, discussing the lulure
and what they wete to do wiih the
greal aum they had inherited, When
they had dene, and were ruing to go,
lo bed. the old man uld with a grand
air ol magnanimity. "Well. I autpete
Janet, thu 'till tmk' me difference.
We'll |uit speak to the neeboun u
belore."
Canadian Pacific Railway earnings
rebels and the British cohimtu occulted July 4th. The latter camt tn
contact with the enemy's vanguard,
killing 35C men: bui the main Zulu
lorce. numbering 8.000. It still at
Urge. A band ol desperadoes, shout-
tng the rebel Zulu Chlel Bambaata'ti
name, and terrorising tt-e southern sub '
tubs ol Johannesburg, attacked a mim
bar of whiles, slabbing them with use
gala, and robbing Ihem. Mr. Madduon j I** "he lut rttlt in June, the lut week
a Wealeyan mlntoter. who. wllh some *** **** "»~»* ***** <* '905-6. showed a
others, tt in a precailom condition.      tt** <* M06.000. and this the greatest
Opposition to tome ol the features J*" " ** ***** ******** *>** *•■**<•>
of the Sunday Observance BUI la so,c * *****   Tlw **">*<*'* *- ***9 ****
amounted to $61,612,410.
 The toad
showed a steady string of weekly glint
throughout the year, and in live months
outol the twelve the incresut were
bigger than those shown by any rail.
day. Senator Bollock declared ll.u ****** J***9****-   The war the stock
 _ . _.__.„ t ... ik.i Itaa held in view ol the slump in New
strong thai many believe the Senate
wtll lay the matter over till next session, particularly in view ol the (act
that the meuure is nol lo take effect
llll next March. In the senate on Mon-
York indicates thai the earnings have
created a very strong tmpicuion upon
ihe speculative mind in Wall street
and Europe.
At a result ol a conierence between
the Canadian Pacinc and Allan steam-
no use passing a Sunday Uw that
ccutd not be enforced, ll wat one thing
lo put a meuure of this kind through
Parliament, and quite another to en
lorce It agaitisl the wishes of Ihe peo
pie.   In Btiltsh Columbia ll would be
difficult to gel a jury to llnd a man or!   __^^^^^^^____________
company gutllyol violating the claute'»h,P|ln*»',*1<i,ne|>Mio"l«««i'iho'Hi»,
which fcrbldt the publication oi Sunday " hu been itrartted that the steam
papers. The people ol lhal province !»I«P»<**")*"S *• Canadian mails will
knew by experience thai there were; *-•' ***** Montreal on Knday msming*.
lower objections to Sunday than Men- and Itom Liverpool on Friday alter-
day morning papers. ' noons, Ihe call at Movillc lor mails
The firs. G. T. P. constructkn irain ****** « ***** " " "'*c,rt **********
lell Toronto lor the west on Friday. It W,M ,etu" ln * <x«***9***** ****** **
consisted ol  ihree loccmolives. i»t *'""
steam  shoveh. 91   flat cats, seven     The   ctev rtpresantlllg   the Club
kitchen and dining cars for Ihe gangs   Naulique L • Gaud, t U-lgiuml July S,
a machine shop on wheels, and live deleattd Trinity Hall. Cambridge*, b,
tool can.   ll will cost $18,000 to con- ,h'ee lenglhs in the final lot th- Grand
vey this large order lo lis desllNllon. Challenge Cup.   Time 7 mln  •  ■
whichwill be Ihe G. r R lo Ndtih Bay. The cup thai tat       I   .     I for thr,
thence lo Forth William, tor use tn Ihe firs! lime in its history, and dr lhe
Lake Superior Branch, and to Pcttage nMl *2 months will aim lhe head.
la Ptaitie Icr the prairie seen. n.   Il ll quarters cf lhe Belgian Rowing Club
undeislttd lhal Ihe laying tl lh? adual The ease wilh which   Ihe  Belgians
ItanaOMItlnanlal   track will be com- beat the crack  British crew was t
menced in a fewweekl   11  mt i/5 ralhtr roti|>ri shock Ic Ihe complacency
miles cf Ihe trad have been graded tf the li-nie DatHIMII aid their belief
already cn Ihe Lake Sutierirr I'ranch   in th» hilhetlo imshakeaWe invlncl-1
At Fori William an immense terminal bililycl Iheir ttelhultof rawing Apart
derf I will be equipped. The Company Irom a momentary advantage at the
has secured 1.600 acres for II   build-. start TrltlttJ Hall was never  in the e
Ings Irom the Indian Reservation race.
To Our Subscribers
and the Reading Pubic of the
Northern Okanagan Valley . .
The publishers ol Thi Ph- cress announce
that commencing wllh the Issue of May 18. which
was Ihe first number ol Volume 3. the subscription
price has been
RFaDUCED TO
$1.50
a year, payable strictly In advance All back
subscriptions must be paid lor at the old rate ol
$2 00 a year. Do not forget that a yearly subscription to the Enderby Procrbss now costs I bO
KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE HAPPENINGS
OF YOUR DISTRICT. Ihe lown in which you do
your trading, and the Okanagan Valley Tu do
this you should read the local paper. That paper is
Tht   Enderby   Progress
which Is rapidly becoming, and will be. the papu
OF THE NORTHERN OKANACAN.
Ol
MAY WK HAVE THE PLEASURE
'if you arc not ilrfjJy »  ■  » rfitwi
ENROLLING  YOUR   NAME ON  OUR
PAST-GROWING LIST
Thaoc Mams
OffllQNt
COMfliOMTt At.
Atllr4|*t«le.1tc 4 * •l#trt|»li,1 .*, •aili^l, n *.,.
ejuirilf _a.-fi-i.i • ..i uteim. it ttwm •Utt.i tk
lht»mi.rti i( t-i.,t._..,t t'»f*_*_l_a''_J_* -«eitai»ii.lf«
It- • eatn.tit. ■ i.fl .••.tut  KlhOtOOl ill I'auwu
M'et f't* lilelMl MMM I f>_ tl l*iei ta
faia.te ■ ••• •  " '■ ««'i  Mutnt Al.. • *-*iet
tmttM «Mlt*, • ''■  -t thug*. Ill 11 •
Scientific Hacrican.
A fftflfterietiatf Ht-alrVe-l **+%'* I I'.MI fir*
r»'«t. '. • t t-t tmfUM MMlft   T»in*» II
• IV    l-vclr..    tti|,ll    e».-.4 If Ut •••••*■* *l
MUNN J Co»;•*«**M:„
eeae-.c IAN, ale. Waaacaac.... Ice
S>roatkef
rtnteitn Homril.ae arKulalloM.
^NY avalell it D mllelf tl Lttedl wlllelli lht
Railway Bell it. Hiiiiah Ccluml it mty
. e .., -.:,'>* tya'v t-iic-ti who it tttt
a It twad tt a ttmii)'. r t tt.y male ever IS
yrart et apt. It the ttttiet of tr.* qutrttt
Mftcc ti led tc in or tttt.
Entty mual bt mie> rtnttMy at lht
local lane ctttce Icr Iht QtaltictIn which lht
lane! ti annate
Tlte hotnetteader la required io retterm
the r«r.ejiiitsni nnrieciee tha"wiih under
tne ol the follcawinr, ralttet
ill At Itati tit inaieiha' leuotiece uren
and cultivaiion ol lhe land In each year lor
    .-alt
t2i It lhe Itihet lor tn< ther. II lhe fattier
It doweled!, tl lht hometieader rtatdea
upon a (arm in the vicinity cl the Und
ticteradtei. theieauittmetiitatlc tettdence
may be tatittied by luch fwrtsn retldmc
wilt, tin Itthei ci mother,
•.'. II the leitlet haa tita tetmanent retld-
•   - ejimiief land coned by him In
■ homeitead, the lequne
-    ".re may bt tarttlied ly
ti utet ".. laid Itead.
■ht' itttice in wrttinr* ttieuld be
DiheiheCemmutlonerolDernlnioii
ie.* il Ottawa et Internet n It trtly Icr
■   •
Cot. Unda may be ntichattii al SIO r»r
acre trr tell real and IX let thtltacit.
U   ■ ■     •• ■   .      -.'     a   •••      .'.,...'
ley cite individual er comreny.   ft
"■■-■■'
than le coliecin Mi Ibe |
W I.       **/
Dereutv af Um m      lulu i
- et Ihu
For Sale
Fatintttg Lared in lit: tr. ruit pair-
SuitiMe fer fruit growing art!
dairttitf;.   A|rly to
J V.   M CAl.l.UKt. Salmcn Arm
P
Hal
cyon
Get the Credit
' • il i-,-   1      B itler an^ have
Printed Butter Paper
Piles and Quotation? a* Ihli Olfl I
Special Culs an
rider the tnanaf*ement ol
""ian  lloute
'i tl Ha cc. ate .he
a etitd     A rtt'.ei.
le'.lcea.
I      '.   Ud S'eeTe<«l
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Lake. S. C.
Notice.
TG WHCM IT MAY CONCERN
Any   pty.n   damaging  limber cr
uinirrlriiah   upon   Ihe   land!
• •  ,-• : vill be
II  .
ati.lt.
G  H  ' IcWl .■ THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C. JULY 13. 1906
TiTe Joy & Health of 'liTe Home
Wc
depends on The Rattle or Cook Stove
" ■"• In all tyles    Steel  r li n, fancy  r plain    All
.1    . ■•  ' i* :   "vi ■- :in i .' -. jj ), rk
s: .
parts a .;:<■ ilalty
ti. We do Plumbing, Furna    H  itlng and R   ling    You run
no risk.   OUR WORK GUARANTEED
A. FULTON'S  »AMRKEAND
;:; SH ll
Are you intending to sell     \
this Year
7
IF  SO-
List
Your     Town ".1
r^ST    with
•
H. P. LEE
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Valises,   Ete.
J. W. EVANS,
i:\dkrby
TOWN (m DISTRICT
. NOTES.
Communiciticns.
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■    - rge'i Ch.tr -h, will be
II
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irtien
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•
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have It pul u? .-
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We *-i   *     * -     ry grateful tl any
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CITY of ENDERBY
LOAN BY-LAW Nu. 1
A   By-law   lor   raiaincj  llie   -inn   uf
$18.11(11)00   tu provide  for the
e .etc   l! ece'tlceee ell 3 ..'atcTWUrlll .>'»-
tem lur tile Cily eel litulcrrjy
WHEKKA3 it is deemed expedient
lutruel a   waterworks  system
within llw Cily ol Enderby lo provide
a supply ul water lar ordinary household
md ' Ion purposes, and (nord-
"i'.   I     II   .; ryl i ilsebyway
oi loan n; n the I •:■; A the said Clly
ilic .nm i 5ld.O0O.O3. payable on the
III I :..; -I August 1936, bearinu Interest In lhe meantime payable half-
yearly al lhe rale of live per cenl P"r
annum, ihe principal of such turn whan
raised to be applied lor lhe purposes!
.• resald;
AND WHEREAS lor lhe payinem
ol the said principal and interest it is;
necesstir..: ■. ithesamof$1170.92
bv rale in teach and every J  H
AND '.. irhole rate
able properly cl the Cny of Enderby,
-   ng to the li it revised assessment roll Is $172,516.90;
AND WHEREAS there is no ex-
benture debt due or owing by
the Cily ol End' i
NOW THEREFORE the Mayor
and Council ol lite City ol Endetby, in
open  meeling  assembled, enact  as
-
I. It shall be lawlul lor ihe Mayor of
the City ol Enderby lo raise by way cf
loan from any person cr persona, body!
or bodiea corporate, who may be will- j
ing to advance the suite on the credit
ol the said City by way ol the debeu-,
lures heremalter mentioned a sum of
money not exceeding in the whole the
sum of $18,000.00. and to cause all;
such sums so raised and tact     I l
be paid Into the hands of the Treasurer of the said Cilv. (or the purposes
and   with the objects hereinbelote
recited.
2 It shall be lawful for the said
Mayor to cause any number of deben-
lures lobe made for the sum of not;
less   than JI.OOQ.CO each, baring
.1 lhe rale ol live per cenl
per annum, nol exceeding in the whole'
the ,uui ol $18.00000. and all such
tta shall be sealed with the,
■  t Enderby, signed by
•'    ran-l countersigned by thee
im said City;
3, The said deb-Mures shall bear
dale ihe tirsi day ol August, and ahall;
be made payable in tinny years fr.:.. <
ihe dale hereii nitti named for thu;
iv total 'iank «l
■ al, in the Cily ol Eitderby.
4, lhe aald debentures shall have j
coupons attached fur the payment ell
it lhe rate of five per cenui
per annum m ihe amount of the said
debentures and auch ialaretl
payable hall-yearly on the lirsi days cl
February and August in each and!
ever/ year, and the signature
coupons may be either written, stamped. I
• "thcpaphwl.
S A  rale cn the delist shall be
*. shall be ratted annually in
addition to all olher rates on ail the
rateable properly ol the City, sullweM,
merest on the debt hereby
•.jringthe currency of thesaid
letteiiiutM. slid lo provide fir Ihe pa,
I Ihe Uid debt when du?.
o The sum al $900.00 llttll be
ratted and levied annually by a rale sit
all ihe rateable {.roperiy in the Clly ol
Endeiby, in addition lo all oil -
lor the payment A Ihe mierejl on the
:.;:>92 jhall b?
i levied annually by a rata on
all the rateable property in the aald
Enderby, in addition ts all
lymenl   i th»
iti
■ ■
.....
leputchue ah. - Hmturej
at audi - -nay be
tthlrl.fi b« can
-twnture
■ -.,
, e .
lhe Union Restaurant
CLIFF   STREET.    ENDERBY
WEEKLY  TICKETS, $5.00.       BY THE MONTH, $20.
BAKERY
In connection wilh the Restaurant a lust class Bakery Is established Irom which can always be obtained the choicest Irom
lhe oven.    Alwayi Iresh.
A nice line ol Conlectlonery Is carried in slock. Fresh
Inin in season.   Don't bake bread when busy. TRY OURS.
Everything Strictly
First class
J. McQUEZN, Proprietor. Enderby.
Another Snap
Several City Lots "at a Sacrifice"
Suburban Lands In lhe same boat.
Call and see Us
^___MM___-_________________-r___i
"Dollars Saved are Dollars Earned'
Kirby, Elsom and Kirby,
We handle Real Estate. We handle Loans and
We handle Home Seekers,   List with us
Office • BELL BL0CK- Endfrby-
VyllltCb.   MURRAY BLOCK. Armstrong,
Moffets' Best
HONEST FLOUR
Wa do not use any bleaching process to make
our Flour white. When ordering INSIST on
getting our flour.
Tie Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd., Enderby
.*'. : e\R ,:■
STOCK OF
The beal clay hi the Valley   Well burnt brlcka ai leawttabie pr'Cct.
Large ar Small (jua
ISe Enderby Bri.U <& Tile Co. B ;
CITY OF  ENDERBY
Voting  oe  Propowd  Watt-matt
Lee* a, t.«    >
"
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'      '
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A By a»  • t  raktag *'« lam all
< -  -eauree
•I  t:  h
-
- -     . '
and th'   .      - •       •
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... . . iiii)     imbet
I tow
- ,     ■        revet, thai I
tbte
-
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II  ai
'.'•   ■
ll   .   .    •
...       .       .
•uses A :l. 1896.
10 A          ■■   hall come into
 Ida)
,.   - if bi    ■•
The City tf '■   let
■ •    • ■
TAKh N       - li .• Ihi ll
lhe M      . alily will
- Knderby.
.  ;i-     lay   I July.
•     19 a m ani
rklothl '.lunicital Council
...    ■  .  .
■
lal   -.,:•:.,. ■ .  ••
..... ...       .,
Owen ar,lft ry'•ani frta i.'tl, jay al
:.r •••
.-
. . I" lejl
which ', '       ■ Ic »aia:t!y fit
The n'ght trvt at the  awmill hi
I manaijemenl
will cltiy run in the daytime
Waller  Madt  r-lumei   ft- •
a rlill ts hu old
e
CITY OF tNUERDY
Notice.
TRAM LKHUM, Katite latrnthy
ftvee. thai, ta la eoe»rdar>ce mil. the ere.
mi." »! By la. Na. 12 si the City al
....
"    ■
Any otfaee earning ia tt tt*'
 »' r ' •  a   i
tantt< Iran, die Careerman a Heena* >a i>
er. mreey naiiri tmaeij 'a,-:* to a mat -
5
a -    ."      "•     -    - '"
Tie C-. !.«<n 13 a.m. la
GRAHAM ROSOMAtl. Oly Cut-.
$5 REWARD
.
s.tI, •:   ,:   a. .,-,    Hj.JtjJO on  lel!
-1 halter
, t aeen.  tutftt fttta, t«i«m
H WOLU ?
Walter ft. Tnttailal; ot Nelscn, trav
tHing distnet agen' *' *ht C -
lion Life paid a short visit to Enderby
fr- -  itlet A Ihl «»"

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