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Array •
erby Progress
and  NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3.   Number I
ENDERBY, B.C.. MAY  18 1906.
Price, S2 a Yi:ar
BY-LAWS DEFEATED.
CLOTHES COMFORT
as an aid to
HEALTH and HAPPINESS
Too few men realUe the importance of clothes.
In their relation to one's health of body and
peace of mind.
Take the question of Spring Suitings for an
Instance.
The  man who Is wearing   20th  Century
Brand top coat or " raln-or-shlne " this Spring
has a tremendous advantage over mere
ordinary mortals who have yet to discover th?
merits of these garments.
To be well clad Is to be 20th Century
clad
Gill and see samples
V_DH^BMII^HBa-------H---_l>^---_-^---_--lMHVVBS^------__K
HARVEY 9b DOBSON
We have Installed a
Soda-Water
Fountain
Come and Try an Ice Cream Soda.
ALL FLAVORS
D.   NAIRN   &   CO.
The veil we-Hli-r    'i   in- lay   : i
ii i ;.•.'■■ni a,;    :   ','j'ieber  ol voters
COIIIIHg U llle- fa_.ll led-     tjlllfirwl-
oii lhe Recreitlon Ground by-la* and
the Columbia Flouring Mills Agree
itieiil bylaw.
When Ihe poll was declared. II waa
I.und lhat both had been overwhelmingly deleiled. Tht result ol the:
voting vis: Bylaw No. 28: For 23,
Agilnst. 27.spoiled I: Loan By-liw
For, 24. Against. 28.
ODDFELLOWS ATTCND CHURCH.
Tht members ol Eureka Lodge No
| SO, I. 0. 0. F„ commemorated tht
Ihe 87lh anniversary ol lhe bunding ol
Ihe order by attending divine worship
In i body on Sundiy lm, it Si Andrew's church, Tht church wis
crowded, t Urge number being turned
twiy it tht door, unable io giln id-
million. A number ol brtthrtn Irom
Coronation Lodge, Armstrong, journeyed hither, and wtrt present it the
service, among whom were noticed
W. J. Smith. T. Marshall. H. C.
Wyitt. H, Cumming. A. E M.'rgin
V, Young, R McPtitrson, E. Rhltn.
M. A Bimes and N Ferguson
Rev, D. Campbell preached an In
•treating sermon, Nol being I intni-
ber of tht order, ht said he could ml bt
tiptcttd lo speak in any way at to tht
btnellta ol belonging io such One
| thing he could say. mat. thit hi km*
l nothing against tht order which was
Program
FOR THE
11.00
I.30--
3.30--
SO0--
6.30-
t-JCrr
Mid tn church lhat morning,
H"    1-
itvtd'ih'ir teachings tnd in-
t-   Ic
t were worthy ol support an]
rr.i '.r
Item ■ ibt   • >, ithj    lha
Miy     Mr.   CmipVII   made
tlmelv rtmirki on "How to
l-e-4   ll
Young Men," Specul moat: wai
rendert
id by ihe chair,
nana.»iittt
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—TW3
HEN IN ENDERBY
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..STOP   AT
*Se KING EDWARD HOTEL
THE   LEADING   HOSTELRY   OP THE OKANASAN VALLEY
Visitors to tht northern part ol Ihe Okittigan Villey. whether
Und hunting, or forpttuure tnd sport, can do no belter than
make ihli home their headquarters Tible ind culsint un-
excelled. Bar replele wllh limit wines, spirits, liqueurs, cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
■UX IB. MURfHY
Proprietors
A-
\f/;^„,   JL>    Qra^nl.    *****  r>*>*9' *******     W" ****** '
W ineS Ot  Opll IIS  \„g. assortment ol all the well
known brands lo choose Irom.
4
No Need lo send away new lor your
Stumping
Supplies
We have now in slock BLOCKS and
CABLE and olher nc »   a- H
j. h. McVeigh
BLACKSMITH      ENDERBY
DUCGY PAINTING i Stttttlty
Ml n D Num. G.  McCormlck
ALSO IN STOCK   WUIU--.nl A. Shut* relumed thli     ■ -.-
rawi »nd Bugify Wheel* ffDii
LOCAL  NOTES.
The bankrupt stock Ol Wlllia'tv. k
Co., of Vernon has been bought by
Geo Bell
A meeting ot Ihe   Enderby Base
ball club i-. called  It   this   evening
in the parlor of   the   King Edward
hotel
A ratload ol wire lence. bilM
lor ft  Bailey, came in on Thursday's
tram
Tht drill which hid been ordered by
'lhe Endetby Coil Mints. Limited
tmved on Tuesday As reported I
week or two ago. tht drill hu beer,
secured to prospect lor coil ll a point
indicated by iht taptrt in the employ
ol the eompiny
At toon ai tht ttpert operator
lor the michtnt imves Irom Ntw
York, work will bt commtnctd. tnd
tnd tht Company art contident ol
liitdntg coal btnttlh tht rack through
I which it u intended ta drill.
• Mr ind Mrs. Siillingfieel. tf Ktl-
owm. wtrt pissengers on Tuesday
momtng'i train,
Mrs H. N HtfldriduMi Mt on
Thursday on in eiltndtd vim to her
home in Portland. North Dakota
R '11 Titnmiitt, II C. Ringer ol
the I 0 ft. wis a passenger on
Thursday's train. Mr. Timmtni wat
on his wiy to all etui a tnetling cl
: tht executive ti Vineouver
' Or. Geddtt, cl Kelowna. wis a
: pttienger on Fridiy's  train on  hu
way h.'t.e-
hasbeen:- '. ..», Government
Agent it Vemon. taking that tht route
ol the Mabel Lata r ad be charged in
somt places. It being circulated ind has
t»"-n -slensively signet Th; n»w
:*■'■- asks thlt tht road be Ml .
it is now. suiting n ii data, Mm
tty ol the settld'
It.
24th May
An excellent list ol attractions has
been prepared lor the enttrtllnmtnt I
ihe large crowds who will be in Enderby ntxl Thursday Given line weather Endtrby will welcome lhe biggesl
crowd thai ever gathered htrt lor t
24th ol May Celebration, lor fully
two thousand people are expected to be
present.  The following Is the program:
10,30   Water sports
Baiebill, Armsirong v Enderby
Athletic Sports
Licrosse, Armstrong v Vernon
Horse Riclng
Football
A vtried list ol events hive been
arranged In the wiler sports, athletic
apoili tnd horse racing, ind brgt
money pruts irt ottered in eich For
lull particulars set program which will
bt issued In t diy or iwo
The Special Train which hai beta
arranged lor will leave Okinigin Und-
tngil91 m . Vemon.9 20. Armstrong,
10,00. trrlving in Enderby it 10.30,
Pruts art oil-red by Ihe celebration
commute! aa fellows: lor the best
decorated dwrtltnghouM. lupine SIO
2nd SS. and lor the best decorated
house ol business Isl prite 510. 2nd.
SS,
I. O   P. RK-OHCANIU.
Cjurt Enderby. No 4227.1. 0, F..
wai ie organized on Monday evening,
with a membership ol fourteen,
Thu it t result ol tht libora ol
D S CR, J. Irvine ol Vino uver. who
hid spent I number of diyi in tht town
working lor tht tt-ergimuiion ol thu
lodge Aiiutei by R W. Tim-tuns
ol Vemon. H. C. ft, Mr. Irvine
duly instituted the lodge, and instilled
tu otliceri. who art as lollowi: -
Court Deputy. Wm Hancock: De-
puty Physician. Dr, Venter. PC R
Geo MeCormick. C R. J A Morn
ua: V.C ft. Mr, Taylor. R S. W.
Fitter. F.S.. A Shields. Treasurer.
F, V Moflet, Orator. J. McMiho-i.
S.W. J. Bogirt. J. #f„ F. Gibson.
S B. Mr, Slebbing. J.B.. W. Monk:
Board ol Trustees. Geo, MeCumick
tnd F V. Mollet. Finance Cotiimlllee.
Dr, T, Vomer tnd Wm Hancock.
Al the Close tf Iht Ceremonies Mt.
Irvine Mid Ihu lhe lodge hid tuned
under happy auspices and he taw no
reason why it should not Irom the outset flourish, tnd he exptcted lo tee II
at strong in membership in a lew
months at any other lodge in Villey.
H C ft, Timmtni tbo spoke ol
Iht great promise held out to tht new.
ly termed lodge, giving the olltctra
some well-timed tdvtct. ind wished
them every success In their ettdeivors
COUNCIL MEETING
The City council held their usual
weekly meeting cn Wednesdiy evening
No business ol any importance caniji
up ai the meeting, which was ol short
duration The report ol the returning
ollicer. re the voting on the two bylaws, wis received and adopted.
Two letters Irom lhe Mainland
Board ol Underwriters were read deal.
Ing wllh Ihe question ol Ihe prosptct of
i reduction ol riles on Insurance on
the town pulling in a gravity system ol
waterworks They re :comended lhal
the pressure at the itandplpei be Irom
80 to 100 pounds, not less thin six
inch mains be laid around the town,
2.000 Ieel ol hose.wllh reels, etc .that
hydrants be not more than 300 leet
apart tn the business section ind 400
leet in the residential portion ol the
city. They would not give aty promise
ol i reduction In rites, uyl.ig that the
system would hive to be reported upon
liter it hid been In. tailed.
A Matthews, as (Ire chlel, reported
thit l hose reel wis required The
Clerk was instructed to get prices
on such.
The Clerk was Instructed to write
to Superintendent Ktlpitrlck. ot the
C.P.R., at Revelstcke, asking lilm
when It was Intended to put lhe crossing In on Mill street, tnd cirry out
other Improvements which hid been
;t nlaad
Some leeiuiks were mtdt ibout
the amount ol rubbish which was lying
around lown. at tht backs ol stores
ind on the streets It wis seen thit
tht by-laws covered auch, but no
..:■::.,-
We hope thai ill our aniens will
mike tn extra btgeifort lo clean up
their premises ol the rubbish lying
around, and to give our viuion on the
24th. a good Impression ol Enderby
See to n!
The M (tinted Police ani Specials
hive ill been withdrawn by Superintendent Husaey. as all irt conlldtnt
thit the right men hive been secured,
who weie concerned in the recent
hold-up on tht C.P.R. netr Kimloops
Several Mounted Police pissed through
yesterday on their way to Calgary
The three men, Christie, Moir ind
Wilson, who were htld in Vtmon. is
suspects, hive been diichirged Two
ot these had been arrested by Provln-
cul Constable Gardom ll is absolutely
Certain that Edwards la none olher
thin Bill Miner, i man notorious years
ago li a stage and train robber It ts
alto said lhal it wu ht who wu rt
sponsible lot the hold up ol Iht C P R.
which look (dice near Mission, a lew
months back, when $7,000 wu secured
Irom tht eipress ear Tht robbers
hive been liken lo Kltnloopi tnd
l"dged in tail there They appealed
belore J. ft. Gordon. J P. lor Ihe
lint tune, yesterday morning.
I'rinc»: '    .,        • .     -        ...
Ml "   •
Okanagan Ager' lor H  I' Let
tl •'■■
Hav
Man
Kilclt»i
arvey fc I
Grtnilt -
. You Will Want a New .
Underwear
Shoes
hat
hosiery
We have COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF THE VERY LATEST GOODS
Enderby Trading Company
THE STOKE OF QUALITY THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY. B.C.. MAY 18  1906
THE PROGRESS
' Jt    SVJIS    PRET."
...
PROFESSIONAL
W. P. GOOCH
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
>
■   .
. le in   bl •:."■:     ■   Hello,
:'! ■: rei -i nculous
.... .
clubs may be. the promotion of
i PETER   BURNET
.ar sur:::   ml
:,:::  :'.,. . .,  •      :: .   In tl ll    "
:    t they xi        great ani
reason
M re |     ■■ '   them."
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RBY B. C.
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LAND SI
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EN   ERBY I
if
Notes and Comments
:
I  ■
able tei ■■■- irds -.he two
their
■■ '
the
..
stai   •    ■ *.he case ha
nderby at tl
•    i
I!
■   .  • meeting
e lut April or
'
.n agreement
■ the land, on
.
ner.   If
a represent-
. . It Is now
claimed it »as not. land those
•who consintuied the ccmmlitee
: have sren thi', 11
■   . •• ii "
- ••  voters have
lerably since a yt -
'ing at the clrcumsi
li t above point
"-:tik that lhe
-
.: .. '    .i::. II 1:1.1.
■ nkage of thc
umber res urccs of this contl-
ill be relieved to learn
lhat Hon. Frank Oliver, M
ter of Interior, has Inti   luceda
ettln-j    pa    11   i .
FRATERNAI
A. F. & A. M.
Pleasing thingsforsunnydays
The hot weather Is upon us, and with it comes the
need of lighter and cooler wearing apparel.
\l.       Ha
■
pro)   I and improve lhe
for the purpose oi malnl
a permanent supply of timber,
to maintain conditions favorable
to a continuous water supply,
and to protect as far as the par-
11 iment  fCanad  I
■ e animals. II
■   ii :aries of the
• i reserves.    T
er are   bt
■ ill .'•■ i. and rangers will b->
ui charge of every one
in British Columbia.
Every year sees lhe sources
of limber supply becoming less
and harder of access, and it Is
time that some steps were taken to reforest denuded areas,
\3 provide timber for the gener-
tions to come
C.O.F.No 1058
I. 0. 0. F
Eureka Lotg<<, No. SO  -
t
^We buy The Best for You
Our stock embodies every excellence, and you can
make no mistake In dealing wllh us. Take advantage
of our big Inducements for cash.
J
J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
Clean Stabl<
W" !-,- .. n*.* ■:■: '.lie
Public that all. ur horses
have been tested for
Clanders. Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned out and
disinfected, and Is as clean as the day it was built
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
Knights of Pythias
"     ay ev«ni|.f,
'.' e vtethreti
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K.C.C, A.B.B
L. 0. L. No. 446
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,  S»Ca.   C
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all pied up. 114.000,000. aril.. SIO.000,00
Hellaee..   rcea.lt. and Ul. a..Oleic! . $171,958
HtAD  OFFICE.   MONTREAL
' -. |hi Han. Laid Stmthotnti ftlO. C, M.O.
.   * I'iruJtiit. Sit Ota. A. Dianmar.4 L. C M G.
A General Banking   kmlntrt transacted
. . .  - at til tht I   ■-:  "te%t. Eurapt widCtitili,
Get a New Fence Savings Bank
Department.
i
May 23rd, Ihis year will be
celebrated as Empire   Day.
During the past two or three
.   • ient has been
inaugurated, striving i   mal
lhiscay a day ol re   ..
•
length and breadth of the British Zmplre. To this end. many
Is have taken up the uea.
pressed    Outsiie o! days ol
'
'
r the bylaw's
ildhavi
Thu
■
I not farl
ild re
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a
died one wi
'•
• il  ereitl
e
itive in a
-
*iaieiy ceieuraling cm'
pire Day. The usual mode of
celebrating is by lhe glvli.
• ■ by lhe children, ihe
;   .;• .'ume naturally consisting
nal and patriotic songs
We nne that
in the valley Intend lo  - in '.he
i xt make
.1 au-
- nu                        ild be
Iht b' '
BA FROST WIRE FENCE
-ndt wholly ol htavy hard;
ail advantage* of lhe;
• ■. •■ •  lliemln
ly  and
h. BAILEY
St.-owborry  Plants
I hive for sale i large number cl
igan    itiawbtrry
'   tiS&OOper 1.000. or
75c per 100.   Arrlv. W. 0. Pnngle,
•tR.i' ■ tby. B, C.    4t
Farm  for Sale
PK* aSj^ar.._w-_~ *
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a        '.•.•.■ ,     ... ,        .      , .,
Wllteele .».■!-.   Oct de,ac< without
dtlte, *
am (ivtn tptctil ilitmitn.   Municipal and aithtsl Ditttiet arestinu rtetitrtd
. .,, ... . .....,,   Sratml ttttmitti gtvin la iln handlini ef Muttiiirail ind
■   ibtntum.
OKANAGAN      DISTRICT
.;   J,   Hl-.lt.    •■   '.'a  If'   .-
ENI ERBY <•-*■*    -   '- KELOWNA
A. E. Tiyw. Sib Ajl.   ES V MeClr.e   .        a.      rMi.Kaa'.ire SufcAii
■     .
til in block or
ill cuilcttieri,   Terms
npreitii.*- *
ARMSTRONG.
Salmon Arm, B. C
MOWAT 9b BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY. B. C.
Real Estate, Insurance.
Mining end Ceneral Land Agent*
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
TO   US
Wm She-        •    .millon
Ihe Marathon
• the Olympic gan
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The city Is preparing
r him.
■
gift of |
ilgoven
«en appi
.
.,■ I   (he gift, an!
re than likely that the
ill   at
east : il * Ontario's contrlbu-
-
Mii apt
and will be gral eSher
Ma    - •
than  m re glory
For Sale-
House for Sale
' t-, A   Richa
^rVe   make   It
Our   Busi
City    Barber   Shop
SOc
a
SIX SHAVES (or •        $1
usiness
To supply (he best of everything In cur line, at a price lhal an
• •:<:-•; • 'a: mil sliov Our line In lu lei 5l vei »■■,: Kitchen
Utensils. Carpenters' Tools and Builders' Hardware, Garden
Tools. Hose, etc. Paints. Oils and Varnishes, and everything
that a hardware store should keep
We are making ice cream   Pay
a visit to our parlor these hoi
A partake of a cooler.
R. P. Bradlev - Entlerbv
ICE CREAM
(.hwih  Nolief.
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pin.
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Vtctr
Look
here ! for
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
• ii
tru
ngle   ■
lhe to*i •        ire thankful i
„ ■       .
m for
nda
■ ■■ impbi
Church
-
■ . .        lytl? 30 p.m.
IteeJB    •    an. 1
■    a.
«...      R, Piaitt
Hll   -   • Mil the ChuRh
Dry Boards and Dimension Timber, (nm $8 to $10 per M
Shlplap. -       -      - $12 per M
Flooring. Ceiling. Siding, from $15 per M. up
M'Anv other information will be furnished on Inquiry at
our office. We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage,
which will have our careful attention.
ft, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO   LTD
Ea.J<r.r. B C THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY. B.C.. MAY 18   1906
TRAIN ROBBERS
ARE CAPTURED
Kimloopi, May 15. Tht three
bandits who held up Ihe C.P.R. westbound express near here lasl Tuesday
night, and whohavogivi*n ih» pr< vlnelal
police so hard a week's work, were run
lo Ihe ground In a secluded thicket
near Douglas Lake late yeslerdiy afternoon. The three were captured, and
lhe loader nurses a wounded leg as a
resull ol a short but sharp skirmish
wllh Provincial Constable Fernle and
l detachment ol Northwest Mounted
Police A graphic iccounl ol Ihe
capture ol ihe desperadoes wis given
by Provincial Constable Fernle:
"Yesterdiy Provincial Constable
Peine ind I hid coma to iht tnd ol
Iht trill through lhe limber, and nol
being able lo decide is to which route
wis most likely to prove the one taken
by tht robbers we separated," Mid
Constible Fernle, "Peine going toward Grind Prairie ind I toward Doug-
lu Ukt, I wis moving rather ilovly
keeping a shirg lookout lor signs ol tht
bandits, when I suddenly camt upon
thtm, I kntw then lhat wt were lurt
cl our men. so I it onct rodt back toward Chappercn Ukt lo stcurt Mounted Pollct autitinct to mike tht
irrest. It wat a good thing I did not
tackle thtm ilone, is subsequent tvtnti
provtd. Alttr I made connection with
tht redcoat! we relumed to when I
hid spied tht quarry, tnd liking up
iheir trail wt cime upon them in a
thicket where a thin curl cltnukt dit-
cloud thtlr lurking plice, Tht camp
wai quietly surrounded, and wt commenced lo cleat in on thtm, A
luitUdt (I shot! (rom lhe brush showed
that thty hid spoiled us ind intended
tc put up i light. Tht arrested mtn
art all strangers, and answer hilly iht
description given ol tht robber*, whilt
thtir tracks correspond etietly with
thote followed right ihrsugh from tht
railroad Thty were wtll armed, haying a carbine and three lutomttic
plinth, tht Utter vtry wicked weapons
Tht gang wu prepared to put up a big
light but wai overawed by luptrlor
numben and tomewhit cowed by iht
piulesi persistence displayed by the
al pellet In tollowittg thtlr trail
ever tht rough country through which
iheir lint cl neapt led."
Their nimei ire George Edwards,
William Dunn, cailed Shwiy. and
Loutt Cotquhoun.
Edwardi is aald to be Iht celebrated
Bill Miner who hu beta connected
with several hold-upi In tht wtll.
Thert it Itttlt doubt that thu ii correct
Miner et Edward* hu been lor tht'
lut two yttn In Nicali and tht Slmllkameen district! prospecting. Ed-
waidi In an interview with a ccrrn-
pendent this morning uld neither he
nor tht othtri hid anything to do wllh
tht hoM-u;, He uld they hid tinted
Irom Pel Holt Lake, neir Atptn
Grove, mte-.ling to prospect eauwitdt
toward Armstrong., behind Giand
Prairie, and returning toward. Nicola
hid came vu Btlcheloi'i ttttadowi
acrou Douglu Ukt trail, where thty'
were irrttled.
When itked lor a reiion lor carrying tueh an irnument ht replita thai
prcspeciin usually curled llrtarmi.
ind ht did not think they cimtd lot
much.   Ht slid thty could pretrt an
alibi and especially asked that!
no bt condemned unheard
swtra te the descriptlat atom  I Iht
r-bbere.   Edvards Is wtll kl   -    I
Ihrough Asptn Grovt copptr camp and
Iht Nicola country.    Ht  ts rather
pleasant to talk to tnd his in A
tcctnt.  Capt Stavty ci ThttTi de
Itctlvt igency   believes he   Is Bli
Miner.
William Dunn, called Shorty, an
WiarS lh' I ."'      r.i    ■■--,'.
He ha? been r* ,      mat Ash
nola. near Hedley. and claims lo be
.... || | . ■   •,;•-    I iht Nidi i
Pllltmin»'n..i'.'crali|einingfe
Ht ihowi    Iht , m nam  I da
three and there ll n- -.   •
other two put up th*: It:     I
■ lit had a I srd time
....
probing lor the bullet In his leg, Dunn
laughed and joked wllh those around
him and repealed his Inner remark
that 'twas a pity Ihe bullet hid not gone
Ihrough his head. Colquhon answers
description except In age. He cannot
be mora than thirty. He comes Irom
Phoenix in the Boundary country and
claims to have been In lhe district only
a lew months. He Is rather reticent
and li ui appearance Is hrardlv likely
to be taken as a member cl 11
gang.
Among ellecis taken Irom th" prisoners are goggles worn by Ihe leader
tnd some olhtr articles supposed to
hive been tiken Irom the mail car.
Provincial Constable Fernle la the
hero ol tht arrest. He hu been on
the track ever since Ihe holdup nil
it Is due to his Information thu thi
Northwest Mounted Police were able
to make the arrest.
Thtlr will bt no cessation ol wuch-
lulntss on iht part ol tht pollct until
thty art assured that tht right men
tnd ill ol thtm have been irrested,
News From Near 9b Far
The Cinidiin Bisley team (or 1906
li chosen. Utul-Cel. E W. Wilson,
ol Montreal, will command Ihe leirn
and tht adjutant will bt Lieut Col.
0. E. Talbot. M. ft. Nearly all lhe
marksmen who figured higheil on tht
tcorta ihli yen were able lo accept
positions on tht Bisley iggregatlon.
tnd tht Dominion will bt represented
by t very elllclent team. They will
tail on Junt 14th. on the Allan liner
Tunisian, and will have ibout tin diy's
practice btlort the competition bights,
The meeting ol the National Rifle
Auociailon it lixed lor July 9th it
BiUey. England
One ol lhe Cinidiin Northern en-
glnierlng Mil is authority lor tht
itittintm thit ihe comninv hive located a splendid put through tht Rock-
its It turn between the Athabasca
and Yellowhead passes and will nol bt
more thin 160 mtlu north ol Revel-
•toko. By thli pui it bic wit* posil-
ble to run a direct line Irom Edmonton
lo Butt Inlet. A large nutibrr ol
lurveyon art now ti wotk on ihis
portion ol tht line, ind II It expected
thit plant lor thtl pus will be filed at
Ottawa within the next lew diya. In
order that conilrueiion may be rushed,
A discovery ol hat gold in large
quantities hu |uat been madt on Woodbury creek The lucky linden hive
- .--,.>. .h- ■ miry which li -
whal dltlicult cl icctai. with cliinu.
recorded al the Aintworth clflct. The
Irtt gold dlteovtttei ate deelirt 1 io be
equal to mything ever lound tn Poplar,
when the gold tin on the Lucky Jack
and olher claims to s me ll   I n .    I
dollars lo the ton, and has the idv in
tage ol being In a permanent country,
instead ol merely a slip.
Between three md four thousand
ccrds cl shingle-bolls and long      III
\ bolls are burning In the vl "Inlty si llie
McNatr   shingle mill back    I   '. ■::.
| Vancouver, and Moodyvllle In lite
Lynn Valley, according to Timber Inspector Skinner by a very much excited
resident ol the valley.
The richest claim ever d tred
In Alaska Is on Bessie Bench on
Holyoke crtek. On Wednesday lasl
It yielded $37,003, and It averages
more ihan $103 lo the bu:kei Th-
payslreak Is seven feel wide, and ll Is
estimated that more thin $4,000,000
will be tiken out ol the mine.
At Vancouver Provincial Fumigation station, upwards ol 7.003 condemned Iruil trees, consisting ol apples,
pein. plums, cherries, peaches and
ipricots, wert cremated In one huge
pile. All the frull trees cremated had
been received from the United Stales
and were stated to have been fumigat-
ed tnd frte from disease but they did
stand the test ol close individual In-
spt:llon such ts applied ai Ihe station.
This stock wu intended lor distribution
in Okanagan. Slmllkameen and K«t
enir.
Tht Turkish Government his accepted the deminds ol Greit Britain
conditionally. It is anticipated thai
this It only a preliminary to the complete acceptance ol the British deminds
tn regird to tht Tibih b.undiry question.
Rough lumber hu Increased In price
two dollin per thousand In Vane uver
during tht put week. The price has
gone up Irom $13 to $15. The San
Francis:* fire it undoubtedly having us
tiled upon prlcei. snd making thr
market stiottgir thin ittculd otherwise
bt.
Have you paid your sab
scrip-Jon.
NOTICE.
Iiiv.011 1 ION 01 PARTNERSHIP
■        .
Dtc-Sti.-«in iht burnt!
Sian.er.eu. which btainttt hat Uf
en wetti lhe tiro name tt D
! Cemptiiy. in thi City et Ei.detly. B. C.
' wit bt ditMtvtd tt. lilt tilt! de
A, D. IWr>. ly mm Ji .-
Itl.. W56. it ituve mtmientd, all «tiu
**tng is Ihi till paiintrttiiri lie to be pud
la W. T. Bredene* il the Cily of Endettiy.
8. C Uld III Ca - - atitieiihif
lai   -..  ■ .
at IV T   If
Will be tented.
:  a. ' .. ' I    •'    .  -     a.   *
/'/i|i\\\#N'
nshine
V/hy be ->
LATE •
FOR. CHURCH or WORK
Whi    . Reliable Ck.-k H si cheip
WE HAVE THAT KIND   All atylea
i  I prlc     Call Hid Ituptcl
F. Pyman „„„„
Ai;eiii lot N rdholmtt and Ntt ■ ih
',*..!'.cms Planoi,
Don't Send
YOUR JOB PRINTING
Out of Town
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after dale we Intend to apply to the
Chlel Commissioner ol Lands and
Works lor special licenses to cut and
carry away limber Irom Ihe following
described lands:
1. Commencing al a post marked
"F.H." on the west bank ol the Spallumcheen river close lo W. Cartwright's i
north pre-emption line running east and
wesl: south-eist corner post: thence'
north IfcOchains: west40chains: southj
160 chains: east 40 chains lo point ol.
commencement.
2. Commencing al a post marked
"O.K.," planted about lour chad • I
ol Spallumcheen river and aboul ,lwo
miles north ol W. Cirtwrlghl
tmpilen. south east corner past: run-1
nlng ilong tht* bank of the river 1601
chains north: west 40 chilns: south
160 chilns: east 40 chilns to point ol;
commencement.
3. Commencing il a post mirked:
"O.K..' cn the wesl bank ol Ihe Spall,
umchttn river, soulh-eisl corner-post.,
lb:ut four miles north ol W. Carl-,
Wright's pre-emption, Ihence north!
ilcng lhe river 160 chilns: west 401
chains: south 160 chains: east 40
chains to point cl commencement.
KtMLOors I.UMMt Co., Ltd. |
Dated at Endert-y, B. O, April 25th '
1906.
NOTICE >s hereby given thlt 30
days alter dale I intend to apply to the
Chlel Coimnttloner ol Landa snd
Works Icr i special license lo eut tnd
carry away timber Irom iht following
'     •*.'..•:
1. Commencing it I pest
"J A Jthnsitn." cn the west rank cl
Turn-Turn river, ibcul cnt-hiK milt
Irom tu mouth .hence 80 chants west:
60 chains tiitih: 60chains etsi, thence
60 chains south to point ol commence-
mini
2. Commencing it t post mirked
"J. A, Johnston," cn i creek running
Into Turn-Turn river, ibout 7 mites
(rom its mouth, ind tnd ibout 6 miles
up the creek 40 chilns south-west.
Ihence 160 chilns northwest: thence
40 chilns norlh-eist,   thence   160
' chains lo point ol camtntnctnmit
3. Commencing it ■ post
"J. A Johnston." on a creek tunning
imo ihr .■ ■■■ rum Turn
river, about 7 miles Irom IU
ind 7 miles up lh- .'!•
.-'   »■• ■     l( e , .
| .......
4. Commencing at a|
"J, A Johnston," on I creek i
inlo the west side ci Turn Tuitt river.
ah-lit 7   tin!"- Itr in   it-, m-uth  an-l c.
Hal
cyon
Hot Springs Sanitarium
No*' under the management of
Hakky   MclnTor.ii.   Hoffman  Hcuu
Rowland
The Me ileal V,'nt«u ol Htloyon at* 1K1
mcit curative in th* world, A perfiei
naiuial lemedy Ict all Nervous and Muicu*
'.ar Ptrra&ei. Liver. Kidney and Stcmach
Ai.nitiiti. Ml Baths never fail lo curt
Rheumatism. An abtolut* guarantee ftvtn.
Terms $12 to $18 j»r weeV. For further
t»!t Bttlin «;; f \
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Uke. B. C.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Cue' loi.-ra il.4  Seed Hruttt
VANCOUVER  _ B.   C.
Headquarters torTACIFIC COAST
GROWN garden, llower and lield
seeds. New crop now in. and cn test
In cur greenhouses. Ask yeur met
chant Icr ihem In sealed packiges. II
ht does n:t handle ihem we will mill
SO asserted Sc packages ol vegeliblt
and llower seeds (our own selection,
suitable Icr B. C. gardens) for $1.00.
Special prices cn your bulk seeds.
B. C. Crown Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
now ready lor Spring shipment.   Entra
nice sleek ol 2 and 3 year applet trees
at $20 per hundred: $180 per 1000.
Maymrd  Plum. $1   each.    Italian
l-iuiie. 2 yr. line. $25 per 100: Sugar
Prune. 2 yr.,line. $20 per 100.
Noetf*   . >'ay el luir.lgatliB
rlniptci       Lett i pitct your Hat Mloit
yew iv    -       rtenhoint Plaata.
'•   ' la eajtl
fernititn. etc,  Catalceue tttt.
M J. HENRY.
1010 W.,indictee Kott    Varaeuvtr
a.c.
Columbian College
\'«.>   Wc.llttin.tct. I) C
Residential School  lor  Udiet  ind
gtenllemen    Regular course
Prepsrilory, High Schwjl. CollegtMe.
and University work.
In the regular course Instruction ll
given in ihe tdvinced public ichool,
high school, Collegiate and umvtralty
iht ipecial counts include
the vocal, instrumental and technique
it. An    Sketching. Oil
i ■   ' -,' •   ; I .• ,"..'       A     I'h,
• •    .   • ■
Sptlng term begins on Jlttutty 6lh
Nine resldenl
itt  builditigs lor
■e
: ■• 1   1 r
'
For Sale!
■ • -
•••
dairying    a.
Ynu ran
,'
• •
trie
'     th-   T.
.   ..   |
'.*   .
io viina*
_xptmt.Nct
down a "Suiieihiiir"
(ttrnarc without •■•'imi;
WivorMl wilh ashwi nml tlust—haa a
dtiitl lliit llimtii'h which all tlir* ilttiit
and  nthr-a  rM-a|io  whrn  ynu  shake —-—
down the Brn.
This bettor in io easily regulated and operated,
and mi r.h in. that it n tl.'- tin* ontiro household
bright nod gonial.
Sold hy all enterprising dealers.   Booklet tree.
Mary's
L..M.HH,   tOBOWTO,    MOKTHBAU   WIXKIPKO,   VAS-.crMli,
ST   lOIIM     IIAMIIl'i:..
• rtl       M   a  Lake.
■•    thi    •
Scientific American.
I »_Mt. -»»l*«ii»tiM •mVt    I I'iMi - ■
a • _  tf   .".f» } ,..«    i.      . f   a
i%HlCC0j!VBri*!_«tTO
!• a     -■--• m » -.Haa'ii.-       Ill
Get the Credit
' making Gc
..iri h^ve
Printed Butter Paper
Prl     and Q. tall ns a- 'Lis
Sped   Cul   nd Inks. THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY. B.C.. MAY 18. 1906
Combine Pleasure (§_» Profit
I lining   TOOLS : - Garden or Farm
At A. FULTON'S
■ ■•    ■■ i ■ •    .   .:      Sho\ ... • 8 SI
Netting. Lawn Mowei
i-    .v      Plumbing, F irna g and Y  11 n
::   rl •    OUR WORK GUARANTEI
Are you intending to sell
this Year
7
IF  SO-
List
Town a 1
sPs;m   with
11. P. LEE
"
-=^
TOWN 9b DISTRICT
.NOTES.
■ which wis an
.   ii
om Lathi •  .
J. McD&nal: i
n buslltt
-
■
'
-
I!   .-       ,-
lie lir   a'1
. rate    i the
rlh bend lot the Albll
ut and it    -     led that a 111)  '■'
-  "
ited .   ,gtoiwhi
-
'    K-'r. j
-
let
■
■
"
■
■
-
■
vhlcha ...
" -
■
gel   lit
- "
si   .
the
-
.   . .   .
rY?m. No,
-    . ng train had I
neatly 2 p in. before thi l.-cal pulled
We hear lha' ' tillable
i
he had agaiitit
galni I
■
lhe Chlel i
•hole llib*
Hurdaj
at  Nina
■
it N
■
-
lire .
It ind
■
■
gi .
...      ■
Ma
"
■
"
■
. a    ..i      I   .ill   •     ,-ii ■  I
Ihi  mh  ;: . ui lay b und I i Sun
S Sj mi ■ • hi    ptntd up a palm
■ rail :   . . :!: McVtlgh
blacl     ■:.   I: |   ..: : i   thai
repired l    eindi rltkt ill dn.a
Ihousoand arriagt painting
Two cars ol Enderby Hour, billed let
na, Japan, vert attached to
trail
lhe  . • :•'   .i   pulling Ina lolol
• rl     ihe S. ItO. Had
. ties are being
bid. and Ihe while I Ihe permanent
way ballasted wnh cinders. Those
win travel over the line vill appreciale
lhe increased comforl which will be
aflcrded thereby.
Mr. and Mrs H V.
■   • liya In
it the  capital cny
,' ■      ' .      lllel
F It on Monday on a
:■ . -een.
The rain ol the past lew days has
come ai a moat opportune time, lot
the earth was beginning to get very,
'■•■ tli ihe prospect now ol warm.
sunny wtaihet. regeltl      vill mike
Ntvtr was tain
:omt, i-r the month tf April
have been the dryejl an re
Alex. Held, ol Kault. Umber la-
: nectejr. his been appointed lirt ranger
'    All persons should
bear in "
«f the law to itt out llrts bttwttn Miy
Ist ind Octcbst 1st, unless ihey ate
adequately watched
. uarrle. tht mail, clank an the
C P R. tram that wtt held up list
aai a passenger on Monday's
It had been ci'.ltd ta Vtmon
. any si the three nitti held in
inswerlhe d_:rtplion ol iht
h-.ldup " - 1 thlt Christie
an who cams 1.1 the'
al lhe titan who mtt tht robbtn
H the pbet ol tht h id Id Mi
Miliar tie »ya thli the men ttttj
•"*.',:'■
. uch amoved and disturbed when tl.ey
lound thf had not ttcurtd tht tvpttati
car    Thlt Hint* itemed to uitiwve'
them, and evidently upttlaU then plsnt
dty Irom Victoria, whtihet h- had
beta la mend the Mtlhsdlal Coder
.--  '•','
hfsen at a lay delegate l»|
the Oenetal Caiiltrtnct Tht loHotr-J
It tht dralt tf lhe atationing com-:
Endtrby  Aiihut J; "
John H Wright
Vslhy and Okanagan E. ti, Biadttt !
Ke'evra A■ !<•* Hendttion Sutn-j
merlind and I'eachland 13
BaMtDeen. B. A Hedley FtibeaJ .
Rulhertit! 13 A Ketetttew tube
•'•*   .    J    S.   Pfeej.
The Cutler•!)£» viH mtel tn Vemon
-    Mi E        M.P.P.. U
- • taid that ht valid
■
Mr V
■   ■ .
early •»- • Mr   Jihnmn
'illing hydraulic t-gtneei tf
'    ■
-
■
■. • It the mantf
unty ranch have hai
■
-red by
i
• ttenlloli
-firi la
.   ,- him the
h Ihe supply »ai  ;•
-
■ Mr  Johntsn
■    - . I
I   City's
It ' I II u»-tel  lhe
-  '
■ a repMI is U Ihe
lhe Union Restaurant
HiCI.II-F   STREET.    ENDERBY^^i
WEEKLY riCKETS, $5 00.      BY THE MONTH. $20.
BAKERY
In conneclicS'i with tht Restaurant a Iini class Bakery Is es-
tablishtd from winch can always be obtained llie cholctlt from
•   .en    Alwayi Ireah.
A nice  line  ol   Confectionery Is carried in slock     Fresh
Iimi :nseason.   Don't baki bread when busy. IKY  OURS,
Everything Strictly
First class
■n
J>
J. McQUEEN. Proprlelor. Enderby
B.ta____-j- '»-t7M-___a_---ra-H--a-i
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks,
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS. ENDERBY
;r
TRe
\
Aylmer S5S5 Force Pump
w.i. p.-ne I. atiatiit a-neucct «t aaeae .       ■-
at     "wr,   tu-'ap|.*tiy it 1: Ite. I
|a . par hour.
II yac aatit tht bttl JJCi  -
Una it in Ihe AYLM I   I turn
mince ytei et c- I ..-« will
.ntyt re We *ini to tiy luithet ttyou order
tat ol itittt pimw you tut lltl n btttit tuying for it.   If nol
■ Mtn ll it ejui a*ti ttptntt.    We have
Ma r»paattiat. t «>tt had a pump rente
l ■
J. Johnson ■*"lf»B c
-AGENT	
Moffet's Best
HONEST FLOUR
We do nob use any bleaching process to make
our Flour white      When ordering INSIST on
TSt Columbia Flouring Mills Co., LU., t*..,; t.
A LAHGti
STOCK OF
BRICKS
NOW ON
HAND
The bttl die in lh* Vallc*.   Will burnt btickt at icatmiblt pr'ctt.
Tfie Enderby Brick 9b Tile Co.
Ehderhy, B C
Ice Cream!
Whal
is
more
Delicious Ihan a dish   ot Ice
Cream these hot days   To be
had ai Mrs TINCSTROMS.
CliS Street
rmmm returned to Vtmon
■   .     Mi Tirttmitii cimt in
an Monday tu astitl in the institution
I 0. P..
- is D D S C Rangti
th- tat A A PUlM'a luidwire
-1 by receiving
ll   N  HendnckMfl'i t»-
-    .    .
,, -tt the artist
D. Nlitn mt a
Hut*. M  ' Mather. Mm.,
lad a hai! idles
Mi. McKiwwrt
... ...
lhat put
• .eat intends Is t****
A sirong constitution
means a healthy mind
and gc?d work—and
good work means ad
vancement To have
a strong constitution
one musl have the best
meats, and that's what
you will (md at the new
brick bkek Always
fresh, juicy and tender
Geo. R. Sliarpe
Seed Potatoes for Sale.
Early   Harvest, bliss  Rei  Rivet,
Triumph nl kinds tf tot-
t-:lal:.-; Cmbt I
w. Bl
t7l Vartklee*. tf Atmtlronj   .,
li*n on Mcniiv

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