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 <���������������������������'���������������������������'���������������������������'"���������������������������' - i'.-. *������������������������������������������������������-. ���������������������������'*  *7'   v." V  if  COMMONER  0  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ARMSTRONG ADVERTISER AND ENDERBY PRESS.  at  VOll XV.: No. 16, Whole No. 734.  ARMSTRONG* B.C.. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1918.  Subscription. $2.00 per vear: 5c the codv  Mr. W. Cavers left on Saturday last for Calgary, Alta.  Mr. and Mrs.'Tiegrocb and family are now living on Patterson  Avenue.  Mr. and Mrs. J. R.-Smith  to    Vernon  At present the weather is fine and  we are not Avorking very hard."  Pte; J. F. Duttie: "Just a few  lines to thank your club for the  fiye franc note which I received  from you today.    It is very kind of  here  on^you all to remember us over  were   visitors  Tuesday. ������������������ j in that way.    The letter arrived at  ;   Save paper  for the Home Com-.a very opportune time too, for our  oil   Club   collectors.     They   will   battalion is but on rest at present  ";all-*for them. | and we are billeted in a small vil-  Mr. A. Wiser, of Prince George, *]age several miles behind the firing  ���������������������������ame in last week and has bought' }jnCj and as there are few stores in  he Reigan Ranch.   ���������������������������' r '[the place we are able to buy any  Dorothy  and   Bessy Waggctt  .are; sm.,]] things lhal we need. As Capt.  spending fhe Easter holidays with  Pearson said, a dollar bill seems a  friends al Knob Hill.  Mr. I). C. Leary reports thc sale  small   fortune   out   here.     As   you  doubtless    Know,    our - pay   while  of a Ford to Mr, .1. F. Moore, on'ovcr ]iere jllsl amounts to aboul $8,  the back Armslrong road, near En-j)M,t we niam.ge to get along on it  derby. jal] righ!, for when in the trenches  there   isn't   any   chance   lo   spend  The   HoHofcr   cottage   laicly   va  cated by him is now rented by Mr.  Parkhurst, Sr. They moved  in last  Saturday.  Mr. A. Mallinson of Toronto, arrived in Armstrong last week and  lias acccptod lhc position of manager of the William McNair exchange.  Rev. W. Stott will conduct  communion service ih thc Presbyterian Church on Sunday  morning next. Evening service  at usual hour.  Little Miss Yeila Wollcn was  lhc proud holder of ticket No. 105  and therefore the lucky winner of  the handsome box of candy rallied  to swell the funds of the S. H. C.  Club.  i Mr. W. W. Rodgcrs returned to  Vernon on Wednesday to resume  his duties as accoui.tant with the  Graham Company, whose evaporator at that place will open up  next week. ~ *'  Miss Frazer, fit the Molson's  Bank stall',--' of Revelstoke, spent a  few days in 'Armstrong this week,  visiting her sister, Mrs. D. C. Leary.  She was accompanied by Miss  Tomlinson,   also  of  Revelstoke.  Mr." H. Gamble was blowing  stumps near his house a few days  ...ago. A huge stump fell through  lhe roof and smashed to bits-a  "'->air--,that' Mrs. Gamble; had. ytjor-  .Viiiately vacated but a "moment before  to  go   lo   lhe  door  to "secVf  - there- was   any   danger.        -,jr'~  The dance, held in the Avalon  Theatre  Monday   night  was   a   big  - success   in   every   way..    Everyone  - enjoyed lhe affair until lhe wee  small hours. . The refreshments  hrought by the ladies were delicious.       The     next     semi-weekly  .dance-will be given in the Avalon  ���������������������������Theatre, Friday, April 19. The  same admission will bc" charged.  ,. Pi vine service will he conducted  :in the Methodist Church on Sunday next, at 10 a.m., and 7.30 p.m.  by the paslor, . Rev. R. W. Lee.  Special attention is drawn to the  ���������������������������evening , service, "Which \ will,, be  in harmony with thc spirit of the  day, taking Ihe form of a national  -and. intercessory service. Special  musical items will be rendered. Mr.  Harry Smith will sing by special  request a very tine song, "The  Field of Flanders." A hearty welcome extended lo all.  fetters from the Front  Pte. W. F. Funk writes from  France to thc ladies of lhe Enderby Trench Comfort Club: "With  great pleasure I write Ihesc few  lines to lhank you for the parcel  sent me, which 1 received today iu  good condition. Thanking you  again, I must close, wilh every  good wish I'or llie present year."  money, so lhat on a time like this  when we rive back in civilization  we generally have a few francs  saved up, or.ly it doesn't last very  long, fo- I believe when the French  people see "Canada" on our  shoulder badges they think "here's  something easy" and up goes Ihe  price a few cents. However, that  is the least of our worries. Ve  are enjoying lovely weather here  at present. It i.s more like April  weather lhan February, and wc  sure hope il will continue, as it  makes a big_(inference not having  the wet and mud "to contend wilh."  . Pte. W.R.Forbs: "I take this op-  portunily to thank you for that  five franc note that you sent me.  I received the note alright, and believe mc, il came in very handy as  wc don't get any too much money  to spend over here."  Armstrong Red Cross  Armstrong ocllections for March:  Mrs.   Marry      $1.45  Mrs. Allison .,   1.35  Mrs.  Becker     1.70  Mrs.   Ball   3.50  Miss   Ball    :   3.50  Mrs.  Bailey   3.85  Mrs.   Collis   . ... .". . .-.*,. ......  - 3.35  M rs IC. 'Hiihlei-"-:-.7 '.'V\ .'.'-.'.'".'"'  -3:20  Mrs. Frank Becker :.   5.15  Mrs.'- Empcy     1.75  Mrs. C. Wnggett    : .. .  11.10  Mrs." Hitchen'  ���������������������������  0.50  Mrs." C.  Pel ley   11.25  Mrs. T. J. Phillips     3.30  Mrs.   Buckley      ���������������������������7.S0  Mrs. S. E. Thomas     1.05  Mrs. T. Thomas      6.40  M s. G. C. Pclar    7.50  Mrs. Toolcy   ,   3.25  Miss   Edith   Seward      l.b5  Miss Gertie Reid      1.90  Miss Pritchard   1.40  Mrs.  J.   Cox      ���������������������������  Mrs. \\. Wood    ���������������������������   1.10  Mrs.   Whi laker   1.00  Mrs.  Colin   Harris      7.S0  H. T.  Sue Yci:      .75  Wong   .lone '   .00  Mallear���������������������������  Miss Florence Smith     S.30  Miss   Pringle ' '.   1.35  Miss   Matheson   1.75  Miss   Parkinson      2.25  Miss Wismer      .70  Larkin���������������������������  "Mrs.   JXilzril       5.15  Mrs.   Mitchell       7.00  Miss   Haves   ^9;0.x  DEATH  FROM  DIPHTHERIA  Mother and Daughter Die within Few Hours of Each Other,  One of the saddest of afflictions  came to the home of Mr. A. Norman this week, and lhe heart of  Armstrong and district will go out  to him in sympathy *"in this, his  hour of great sorrow.'  On Saturday last little 5-year-old  Viola Norman was takeli-sick, and  soon it Avas apparent that the  most virulent type . of diphtheria  had settled upon her. On Monday  Mrs. Norman went to her bed suffering from the same cruel disease. On Tuesday night the mother died, and on Wednesday her  little girl followed her. One  casket served the two, interment  taking place at Armstrong cemetery Wednesday afternoon at 4, the  Rev. Mr. Lee administering prayer  at the grave.  On Wednesday the Norman baby  had developed the disease and was  reported to be in a precarious condition.  Mrs. Norman was aged 31 years,  Viola 5 years.  The. city health department immediately took action, quarantining thc Norman home, and has issued a general order that all refuse  be removed from back yards that  a general rclean-up of the city may  be had. It behooves all that*, immediate steps be taken to comply  with the clean-up order.  HOME FROM THE FRONT  A   Party   of   Four   Armstrong  Men Come in this Week.  Enderby Trenchv- Comfort  At the meeting of the Enderby  Trench Comfort Club held in the  City Hall last Friday afternoon,  Mrs. S. H. Speers, secretary-treasurer, made the following financial  statement:   ,  In bank before sending first  boxes,     made    by    whist  drives,  etc    &.......  Market  stall   in   R.C.rooms.  Chain   teas,  1017      Whist   drive,'1917   Donations, Aug.  boxes   ....  Superlluily. sale   . ..'   Armstrong  Minstrel   show. .  Quilt donated by Mrs.Carefoot  .304.41)  50.00  29.35  .30.85  42.55  34.95  13.00  8.00  Market Stall and. tea  Chain   teas,   1018 a   Donations for last boxes  Last whist drive,  net   .. ,  30.00  17.20  17.05  35.25  Total.  "Total  received,  paid, out'  $403.50  ; 353.80  In  bank  "Summary of money  Xmas parcels, 1916   .  February . parcels,   1917   . .  May   parcels.   1917       August and .Xmas parcels.  March  parcels,. 1918      S49.70  .... .8_49.58  paid-- out:  ..388.45  42.96  .   36.20  130.50  ,   55.69  3353.80  As Mrs. Speers and Mrs.'-Mackay  both wish to" resign their ollices,,a  meeting will be held next Thursday, Apr. Ulh, at Mrs. Mackay's  home at-3 o'clock for election of  officers.          Canada, said Mrs. Muldrcw,  is getting lhc hest ilonr and thc  best loaf of bread in the world.  Canada is not suffering at all;  ancl if the proper economy is  observed, and thc people co-  .opcra.le with the government  authorities to see that all waste  is cut to the minimum, there  need not be any suffering from  1'oocl shortage here.  Armstrong citizens had thc  pleasure of welcoming home some  moie' of their returned men on  Thursday . last. Sergt. Whitmore,  who j has been returned from  France, will receive his discharge  and will go on a visit to his home  in the Slates. Sergt. Whitmore  was in much of the hard fighting  experienced by the Canadians in  France, being wounded at different times. It was he who carried  the commanding ollicer of his  company (LcDuc) from the field  seriously wounded, under fire.  Sergt. W. W. Warren also returned from France and will receive.his discharge.  Sergt. A. Munro of the poslolficc  department (military) in England,  came home wilh lhc party on a  furlough. He expects to be home  three weeks or a month.  Sergt. W. Phillips of Knob Hill,  was the fourth man in the party.  All arc looking in fine health, and  while reporting the food problem  in England most serious, there is  an abundance of money in circulation, and it is difficult to restrain  the men who" wish to spend it for  unnecessary things.  During his three week's furlough  at home Sergt. Munro is putting on  a big: clean-up sale, with the object o'f reducing his- stock so as to  readjust his business to meet present-day "condilions.  ENDERBY NEWS IN BRIEF  Rev. H. .T. King Says Goodbye  Rev. H. J. King preached his  farewell sermon on Sunday last in  the Anglican Church. The congregation enjoyed good Easter music  and appropriate hymns fiom Easter-tide were sung. In the evening  '.he rector, chose for his text part  of the Lord's Prayer: "Lead us not  into temptation, but deliver t us  from evil.". Preceding this sermon, he made a few remarks, ia  well chosen <Avords, wilh regard to  thc changes which have taken  place during his twelve years' pastorate in Armstrong; also the many  pleasant., days he has spent here,  >thevjncny---ki.ncl^erson<5'lic^hasJme^ty  etc. ^ After thanking the people for  their kindness to-him during his  stay, he bid them goodbye.' 'He expressed the hope tliat in some future, time he might re-visit Armstrong, re-visit his friends and^the  Clu.rch and note the improvement  during future years.  "TUP GATES QF EPEN"  Rig Attraction, Avajoj? Tlt^re.  Saturday Matinee and Nigjtf.  Viola Dana, the clever, ingenue  of the Metro Company, will be seen  in "The- Gates of Eden,"' as a  pretty modest Shaker girl. The  slory is a beautiful one, full of  pathos and fun. It is one of the  best pictures ever produced by the  Metro Company; a treat for all  those who have read this beautiful  story. There will also be a favorite Metro-Drew' comedy in two  reels.  To thc Soldier's Home Comfort  Club of Armstrong, the following  appreciative Idlers were written  by Armstrong boys in France:  Pie. N. A. M. Hcaltic: "1 received  vour letter a few days ago with thc  live   francs   enclosed,  and   I   thank  /on  very much  for* your kindness.  1   can   assure   you   it  was   a   very  pleasant* surprise, indeed, and that  it  came in'very handy.    It shows  'hat wc are not forgotten 'when we I  'ire away.    I hope it won't be long\.n    ,        . .       . ...     ,_    '  e��������������������������� ���������������������������  ,     ,    .      .        . 1 Cash paid  out   in March  jefore  we  are back  in  Armstrong V.    . ......       _.-   ���������������������������  Deep Creek���������������������������  Miss Jessie Pyatt 4.30  Donations���������������������������  Proceeds   from   commission  on  Victory  bonds       100.00  Power House sewing circle 2.75  Radio by Mrs.. Phillips ... 1(5.00  Afternoon   teas            9.87  Expenditure,   March,  191  8:  Cash   I'or   freight . ....  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   .  . 3    2.25  Foreman & Armstrong  ���������������������������   *   .  .     01.12  Mclntyrc  &  Co.,  wool  Han  ..233.31  Postage   and   slationcr>  .   .  .70  Summary���������������������������  Cash'on hand Mch-1' .'.'  *   ���������������������������   t  .$110.13  Collections   in  March   .  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������  144.80  Donations    ...........  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   .  118.75  Afternoon   leas    ......  ���������������������������   .   ���������������������������  -9.87  Pips ontheTCafcJs of"ftfe fcy^PmwPrpplrf  igain."  ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������'   Pte, P.  M.   Cowan:   "Your letter  o hand containing five franc note.  [can't say how I appreciate .your  ixtreme   kindness   and   thoughtfiil-  les.s    in    sending    same.,     I    will  urely   say   it   will   come   in   extra  ..sefulas it arrived just al the right  :ime.       I   can't   begin   to   say   on  iaper how grateful I ani  to  your  ���������������������������lub    and   ils   different   members,  md  wish  to  say  that  these  little  dome comforts from home help us  mch-a lot in this very trying life.  Cash on hand Mar. 3.1  3390.15  . $335.69  ,  34.46  $390.15  Conservation Meeting  Mrs. Muldrcw of the Food Controller's oflice, Ottawa, will speak  to the citizens of the Armstrong  district Saturday afternoon at 3  o'clock, in the council chamber of  the City Hall. Mrs. Muldrcw'is a  very clear, incisive speaker, and  has a message that ijllv.will benefit  by hearing,  Team work, that's what counts.  "Will you co-opcralc or will you obstruct?"  Girls are nol wasting powder on lobsters these days.  The way it looks now, the rising generation will be aviators.  Boost, and the world boosts wilh you; knock and you���������������������������but  every knock's a boost, so go lo il !  A Loiiclpji-;;cob.Ie:ysa*5:s,._,.38j()00 petitions for divorce have been  filed in Russia since the "boys" threw down lhcir arms ancl quit  fighting ihe Germans.   11 looks like it !  A lol of girls are now gelling a business training so as to bc  able to support husbands when thc-world gels back lo normal.  "No, madam, 1 haven't seen your husband; and if I knew  .where hc was the probability- is'lhat J. wouldn't Icll."  Warls on loads arc sort of."rudimentary piaccs where eggs  were once deposited by llie toad su lira gel lc, who evidently hud  othcr work to do, and so put her duties on lhc back of lhc old  man, for him lo carry around until ihcy were hatched oul. Say,  Percy, leave that woman bee !������������������������������������������������������'*..  - Those knighthood honors seem to us to bc a sort of booby  prize, winning which you get attention wilhoul being anybody,  or doing'-anything or voicing a thought that sinks deeper Lhan  tlie bacon rind.  Tlie person who leads in prayer, and stops at lhal, seldom  leads in anything else. As if one thing to lead in were nol enough!  Now comes one-of those parlor chair military experts who  wires from Washington to .say that the British knew all about  the coming Gcrman offensive in the West and long ago planned  the present retreat in the direction of Amiens. It's just such bunc  as this that creates distrust in .the average Canadian mind!  General Sam Hughes is a brave man. He told the newspaper  reporters the other day that he was prepared to stand up and be  shot at by that big gun now shelling Paris from a distance'of .75  miles, at ten cents a shot.. Presumably, General Hughes would  demand the right to talk while the gun was being fired, in which  case hc would be perfectly safe���������������������������at ten cents a shot.  J. MacKay and Chas. Nelson left  Tuesday for Calgary.  Mrs. Lambert left for the coast  Wednesday evening.  Miss Beattie is spending Easter  holidays in Kamloops.  Ed. Sparrow Sr., left on Monday  for thc Prairie provinces.  Miss Lawrence, of Hupel, has  gone to Kamloop's for the week.  Ole Hanson left on Monday for  Vancouver to don the King's uniform.  Mr. J. D. Stacy, of Vancouver, is  visiting his sister-in-law, Mrs. J. F.  .Landon.  Miss M. Thomas, of Sicamous, is  spending Easter holidays with Mrs.  \V. Mack.    -. c  Born���������������������������At the Vern.on Hospital,  April 2nd, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  Andrews, a son.  Douglas Dow and Jimmy McMahon have gone to Alberta under the  S. O. S. movement  T. M. Lewis, manager, of Okanagan Saw Mills, is on a business  trip to Coast points.  Mr. G. Matheson, of Revelstoke,  was in town this week buying  milch cows and beef cattle.  Miss Margaret Campbell returned  to her home in Vancouver on Friday, after visiting her aunt, Miss H.  Rae.  Miss. Kanahan arrived from Calgary Monday to assume the duties  of stenographer in Okanagan Saw  Mills ollice. c  There will be service in the Enderby Methodist Church on Sunday evening, when Rev. R. \V. Lee  will preach.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Johnson  and daughter, returned Tuesday  from Vancouver, where they spent  the winter.  Lieut. Howard Logan, who left  for England a' few months ago, returned to Canada in charge of a  body of men invalided home.  Mrs. W. A. Mack returned to  Vancouver Friday, after visiting  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.  Wheeler   for the past   few  weeks.  Thc regular monthly Red; Cross  .business, n���������������������������^^^^7-y^)7i.^^M^J^'^^  Uie'Cityt HallT"o'n 7Wecln'e'sdjy,>April:  10th. The public is. invited to-attend. - ' ",  - Do not forget to come to see the  Junior members of the W. A. of  St. George's Church give the Missionary Play entitled "The Great  Muster" on Thursday evening "at  8 p.m: at the Parish Hall. Admission:   Adults, 25c;  Children,  10c.  Manager Geo. IT. Dobie/ of tbe  Okanagan Telephone- Company,  was in from lhe coast on Tuesday,  where he has been held .for some  weeks superintending the ejection  of a new system at Chillawack to  replace the old washed but lasl  fall.  Will all these who own lots in  the town suitable for gardening,  and are willing to have them cultivated, leave a memo of 'the same  with any of thc following members of the civic production'committee, Messrs. Winler, Fulton ancl  Welsh.  Mrs. Muldrcw, of Ottawa, director of domestic economy in thc  Food Controller's oflice, will speak  in the Prcsbyierian Church on  =SmuIa^nioniin"g^t^l"^'cllfck7=l>"h"  thc subject."Food and Patriotism."  A cordial invitation is extended to  everybody.  On Wednesday evening, April 10,  at 8 o'clock, in thc assembly room  of tlie Foriinic school, Mr. J. E.  Britlon will give an illustrated  lecture on thc "Care and Feeding  of Slock." Over 50 slides will be  used. All people interested in  greater production are urged lo bc  present.    Admission  free.  IMe.   Leonrad   Funk   returned   Lo  MILITARY WHIST DRIVE  Very Successful Social Evening  Spent by Enderbvites in K.  P. Hall, Guests of Tillicums.  The ladies of the Enderby Tilli-  cum Club won high praise from  all on the well-merited success of  the military whist drive given on  Tuesday   evening   in   K.   P.   Hall.  The hall never looked better in  its decorations, and the excellent  arrangement of the tables and the  general management > precluded  any possibility, of confusion.. The  games were pulled off in good time  and everybody who enjoys dancing took advantage of fhe excellent music played by the orchstra,  ancl danced until the early hours  of morning. Thc gross receipts at  the door amounted to something  over ������������������50. A pleasing feature of  the evening was the ^attractive  dresses of the eight ladies of the  Tillicum club . responsible for thc  splendid evening. Mrs. Jas. Martin looked the picture of Brittanisi,  Mrs. Hendrickson was quite as attractive in the attire of Liberty,  draped - in thc stars - aiid stripes;  Mrs. Walker as Canada; Mrs.. \V.  J. Mack as Italy; Mrs. E. B. Dill as  Serbia; Mrs. F. B. Dill as France;  Mrs. Wm. Duncan as Belgium and  Mrs. Skaling in the costume of a  Red' Cross nurse.  .  Pte. Funk came in on fhe Tues^  day   morning's   train   direct yfrom  the   front.     The   ladies ��������������������������� conceived  the idea of turning the-whist ever  ning inlo a reception to Pte. Funk  and   Pte.   Niven,   who   is   visiting  Enderby from the coast, the guest"  of Mrs. R. E. Peel, his sister.. The  idea took well, and Enderby's-citizens  turned out to a man to meet'  these soldier boys and to welcome  them.      This    important  -part    of  the exercises was in the hands of  Mayor   Dill,   who   made   the- boj's  feel at home in a few well-chosen,  words.-.    Rev.   J.   R.. Grclton   was  called upon to say something conveying   to     the    returned -heroes  the    feeling * of.   gratitude ;>yhich  j'jvelleel-;,from^the^liearts vof\.al^fqiv  th'e.'great'and glorious'figlit..'piitrup���������������������������  by   our   Canadian '"bovs1-wherever'  they  have  been   put in -the -front  line.    Mr.'Gretton spoke "in a {"most-  earnest   vein.. -  He <saicL failed, to  adequately express the deep^sense'  of gratitude of the people.-    Ptes;  Funk ancl Niven bear.the scars of  battle  with   them",   and   lliese,   he-  said, mean more than if the boys  came home wearing the straps of  an army general.*     - _,_ _   ., -,  i.  ,-^-  1  1 1  V\#  : VV  VI,  ��������������������������� ���������������������������<--.��������������������������� T.I  7- 3"1  '���������������������������VVV>V������������������1^H  S "..." . S7'SZ.:~������������������S%"1  1.5Q  .90  6.25  36.00  75.00  Endcrhy "Retf Cross  Tea Room statement for March,:  Proceeds for March . .* $57.85  Expenses��������������������������� ,  Water   tap   Water rate      Supplies       Donation   to  prisoners   .:���������������������������.  Donation to Red Cross .. .  The committee gratefully acknowledge the following: Mrs.  Avery, milk; Mrs. F. B.-Dill, cake;  Mrs. Twigg, cream and cookies;  Mrs. Gray, cake; Miss B. Jones,  cream.  Donations received for Prison-  e rs -=01���������������������������Wii r=Fu 11 d=T>i n e e ^=1 as 1=^1 ist  was published:  Tea   Rooms    $36.00  Mrs.   Winter        2.00  Junior Boy's Club         1.25  his   home   on  from   France,  youngest   son  the trenches.  Tuesday,   invalided  Pie.   Funk   is   the  who   has   served   in  I ie was wounded bv  shrapnel    in    thirteen    places,  carried   many  scars  of  battle,  i.s   the   same   old   boy,   and   i.s  lighted     to     again     hc    with  mother and  Enderby friends.  It will bc welcome news lo  scholars in Miss-Mac's room,  well as the parents of the scholars,  lo learn that the board of school  trustees have bcen unable to get  a teacher lo take that room, and  the resignation of Miss Rae, tendered in. March, will therefore not  be accepted. Miss Rae has done  excellent work in thc Fortune  school, and il is>-thc feeling of the  gryeat. majority of th'e parents who  have children in her room that it  would be a distint Idssto have heiv  give up the work now.  and  but  dolus  thc  as  JF WE WANT OTHERS  TO THINK WELJ, OF THE  DISTRICT WE MUST S������������������T  THEM A  GOOD EXAMPLE  BY THINKING WEU, OF JT  OURSELVES  4'  Hi  C*l  All    yc good    people   of   Armstrong  conic to    Iiiulcrby   Mav  24-th.    Ye   old  time celebration  in   ve   old-time   way.  Bring yc pretty maiden and yc a tint and  ve mother and mother in-law.  Our White Canvas Boots, Shoes  and   Pumps    have    arrived,  and:  owing to the fact that we are clos-  ine: out,  the   prices are   cut particularly  line.    A. Munro & Cd.  ������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������'-> r\i  \)  r\ ���������������������������.  THURSDAY. APH-L 4,  1018  FARM LABOE PROBLEM  An Ever y-Bay Craed by Rev, Chas, Steizle  Lcok  s More Serious Throughout  America  than  m  Thai  the  is   ye iiei  i!  -horlage  hro;  r  o!  ..n>ut  ���������������������������ports  i'riide  Shite  i  ���������������������������>:IioNvn   by   thc  York   Board   of  porta lion    from  of     Agriculture     ani  Slate   Granges    ilu:s   presonk'd.   in  subslanee������������������b.v the New York Times:  ".Maine:*'   Great shortage of farm  f-rm labor ;  Air.e*-*ic:i is j  to lhe Now* I  tnv.i Tnius- |  Conv-nUtt'es !  Masters     ofj  l  UCA'C  I    i  nv.pcra  is ('rod's )���������������������������'  n my  io!)  ,..]>, bul it i  b For me  It  mav not  a  ! "U  He  ll  vv  Isn  : crence  No oil  a big pb-  lo His ..pi  icr fellow  :e. to bc si  *la!)or; acre;:  urobablv- will he re-  mine, r. iirthermcre. u  lias a purpose in my life  .an for lhe ..world's pro-  can lake my place. It  ire, but For years I have  been moulded in a peculiar niche in lhe* world's  work. I could take no olher man's place. Ve  has thc same claim as a specialist that I make  i'or myself. Inothe end'lhc man whose name  was never heard bevond thc house in which hc=  ���������������������������1"-"1   mav have  S*;'lwcc:*i   tlie   Okanagan   and   Sum  Imcrktnd    companies    over    cerlain  i .rights !o the highway through G-ar-  in   Summerland.  Lhe  duccd by-one-fourth or one-thinl.  Texas:,: "-More labor needed I turn  o.ver before, but supply is much be-  iow aornral. North Dakota: Alarming shortage: farmers discouraged  aruP cannot 'plan*:" IV.r normal crop.  Vermont. Shorfage means a cut  in       prr.ductior.. Massai-l?usels:  Serirms situatiiin: fanners eannnl  go ahead . with only the help of  buys and unt: ci^ed worker-.. ' Coii-  (le'i-licul: l)e!>ri-;:,:ng ciindilions:  oirmors    i:i:.y    only    try    to    rais ���������������������������  l-i  t'ru.".!gl"  iheir  iamir.es  hns  e  not   plant   as  New   Jersey:  i)!."!\tini  ��������������������������� 1- for i!  [sia:i.!: Many will  nuu-li .--s last year,  i-'ai.-ncrs think lhat. iil.-n.ting u  cviv llie usual a'-reagv will he very  hazardous. I'enr.sx'lvania: Very  jireal siu-rlagc: of skilled farm  fa!)or; the ex ���������������������������<!'.'* l'iv,;-ii farms has  heen contimy.-u.s. Deieware: L'n-  le.-s relief come"**. I!1'* usual acre-  a.i."- '"anno! he pn_'p::sT  lived, or lhe shop in which lie -worked,  a larger -place than the chap whose name lias  been a household word in two continents, "i^s,  I helievc in mv job. "May I keep true to lhe task  which lies before me���������������������������true to-myself and lo God,  who intrusted me -with it.       *.  .     ���������������������������  1 believe in my fellow-mam He may not always a ������������������*rce wilh '.me! -I'd Feel sorry for him ii'  he "did. 'because 1 mvseif do not believe some ol*  the tiling l";-'1 were* absolutely sure in my mind  a dor'.cn vears ago. "May hc never lose Failiiin  liim:-eli'. "because"; il* lie does, he may lose Faith  in me. and lhal would hurl him more than lhe  frrmcr condition, and il would really hurl him  more lhan it would hurl me.  | net I - Valley  j defendant, il appears, had invaded  .���������������������������the territory occupied by the.plain-  j I if T company, which had some  jyerrs previously bought out the  lilac of tne old Lake' Shore Tele-  I phone Company, bul had fa'Jied  | to. purchase ihe franchise, and had  i actually cut ,cl  poles  and  remo  %\..  ���������������������������:-.-v=������������������.-K*;a  V-v-S^tf  Q  fl*  *1iV\ s':: iP^^^Vi  mm (m  i irancnise, ami nau p  town some of ihe |  oved  the  wire  from   a  in  the   poles   of   fhe   Okana]  phone Company for a considerable  distance. ~     -   ������������������  The judgement was^ thai ihe defendant  company must-restore ihe  ! destroyed  line in  three monihs, or  i  juilgemenl  would  go  for  *;>/;>  and  costs   lo   the   plaintiff,   thus   rec<  nixing   tin  Okanagan  priority   rights   of  Telephone   Company  .a  M iryland:  l/ifjor silualii.i5 is acule. Virginia:  ?-ae!c of labor, -and acreage re-  jluc-fd accordingly. Georgia: ������������������\\\\-  passible to cuJiiyaLe as much as  last year's area. Florida: ,Af-  fcc'-tsci by loss of negro workmen  Jrawn lo the North: hope go vera-  i'.ient brir.g.s Porta-Pocans. Ohio:-.  Mariners discouraged and ni their  wils' enrls. Indiana: Probably a  reduction of acreage. Illinois: Tlie  fumiber of idle acres will be in-  ���������������������������crca.sed."  In   the   lalior   forces   represented  I 1-c  il  C.in'l  lieve in mv counlry.  A.  believe hi  because  is made up of mv fellowmen���������������������������ancl  mvsell  i  Cans  by people in  cilics. towns and  lages is the chief hope of  a.  >o back on either of us and be true lo mv  creed.' IF il isn't lhe besl counlry in liie world  il is partly rbecause I am not Lhe kind of a man  lind i should be.  1 believe in my home. !t isn't rich. 11 wouldn't  salisi'y some folks, but il'contains jewels whicb.  cannol be purchased in the niarkcls of the world.  When I enter ils chambers, and shut out the  world  wilh ils care,  I a in  a lord.0   Its mollo is  There  Service,   ils   reward   Love.  is   no   olher  spol in all thc world which fills its place, and  heaven can only be a larger home, wilh a Father  who is all wise and patient and tender.  I .believe in loday. 11 i.s all I possess. The pasl  is of value only as it can make lhe life of loday  Fuller' and freer. There is no assurance of tomorrow.    I musl make good lodav!  jjj   Poors, Large  if]  Regular 40c. Special 30c ^ I  1 c i\' *  i y "  Pork and Beans     ^ ���������������������������'  jj  2 cans for  \ ,        Honey, ...  (j.. Per bottle  25c.  increase in  the  producti.  any  r. of  large,Steps  fooi  in Oanada in I'fiS. There must he  re-adjust ment between producers  and no'n-producbrs if the present  dangerous crisis is lo be relieved.  Tbe Canadian farmer today is  doing his utmost. V.\ en the inducement of higher prices would not  result in  because  done there is no reason lo fear for  liie    succcess    of    Use    fruil    crop.  being lake by the ('.P.I!.       \iy   bringing  oul   Maruuis   wheat  to  assist   the  fruitgrowers  in  every, Ihe  Dominion   Department of Agri-  '"'"���������������������������i,o   .V-,.,.1   /if   lhis   will   be i culture   did   a   service   to   Canada  way.      .Iu   e.-eil   ol   this   nmii   i^;.ind   thc   1{mpire MJuil   n   wolllf,   bc  hard  to over-estimate.    On account  Valuable New Wheat  seen   in   due   ruurse   on   the   lakes  ihis- coming  summer.  Phllosoohv of the Selfish  An  Alberta  heard    to   se  i *=  back  yard should  bc used ,i]ie s;!ine way and said  much greater pr'nlurlioii,  grealer production i.s for  him a physical impossibility under  present conditions of labor sear-  .i-ity. Tiie dwellers in cities and  (owns must now do 'lhcir pari. The  need of-.food is .indeed grave, and.  now is IheVlime when plans must  |)c made  for .ihe  coming season.  J"-:very i  far the cu Hi vat ion of fruil and  vegetables. Suburban areas should  bc utilized for food production.  .Much, could he done by individual |CI1()l,gj,  households if the people cnly realized the duspcrale seriousness of  'die situation and the fact lhal each  ounce of food i.s a necessary and  important contribution ir. the light  against defeat. Hundreds of thousands of men and women, hoys and  farmer  was : recenlh  "Vo   more,   swim  of its vigorous habits of growih,  excellent yield and suberb milling  qualities this variety which year  after year as an exhibit from Western Canada has carried oil' premier honors at the International Soil  Products  Exhibition  in   tlie  United  ��������������������������� r    ^ sed    r���������������������������i::.iStutarsr,i,pli;.ile������������������l   the  old  standard  growing   Inr   me.    ,1    ijislii    ioii.n   He(,  ,,irc lhal,  .|ls0 j,.line!i  fo|. (:.,n.  head last vear aud could have sold   .u]a   ,,n  c.nriL,|jic  reputation  in   the  - ,. ,. .*   f. i. - \..........     i.  . ... i. .: i   . - _ i*    i i. ,.     ..1,1  flour markets of lhe world.  A service-rendered  by the i-nInduction   of   Prelude   a   few   years  ,        ,.       later was also of great importance,  and I know wlign f.ve  i,U|Smuch"as it extended the .whcal-  '-���������������������������   "      ' (growing   area   of'this   counlry-by  the  grain   for  8200.01)  more mono}  IhanYgo!  for the hogs, because of  the buyers' strike Jast week'  I got  caught once  ol enough.  girls could snare a short lime each  day to cultivate a garden, and thus  grow I'niKi which wnuJd release  oilier food r.pnimndilies for ship-  moats overseas.  Soil   Analysis  These are days when old methods are passing away, .,and the  falcsl tiling i.s the selecting of farm  land by settlers on the basis of soil  =Tnfrrf*<r^rf^7\^mi=4i-n-g-it-f)^l-l-i e-^De p������������������-rl-=  ment of Colonization and Develop-  iih.'iiI of the Canadian Pacific Pail-  way Company such an instance rc-  venCly came to their notice. Soil  from Western Canada was submitted to Professor Sievers, soil pliy-  iiciht of the State College of Wash-  trgh ���������������������������!!.  But suppose the soldier reasoned TiwIIior.s   of, acres.     To   Ihesc'Iwo  oui s..ppi...i- V0J.V    v.,],,..,^^    accessions    to    the  ,,������������������ . . hard wheats of Canada is to be ad-  liuhting for me. I was in Cambrai f!c{j ., I1CV..��������������������������� sr������������������rt Unit comes midway  1-ist w������������������ek and gol hurl. I've bcen between Marquis and Prelude in  iii"l once and know when I've got lhc'. way of ripening and yield,  nil   once  .um jThis new sort  has been  introduced  ,     .   ' at the Central   Experimental   farm,  The   soldier   who   undertook   to  Ottawa, by  Dr.  Chas.  E.  Saunders,  act    on    that    kind    of    reasoning  ||,e  Dominion  Cerealisl,  who  gives  i-i   i,.-.  i.,'-..!-!   mil   and   shot,  be-  the   following  account  of  thc  new  would   be  ta-ven  ou|  ���������������������������'"������������������   ^"l' - wheat   in   lh^ Agricultural   Gazette,  cause lie is expected lo loi get him    i|]c   ^.^.^   ^j^   ^   [hc   Vcdeval  self and to sutler and, il -need be, j)epnrt:nont of Agriculture:  die for his countrv. The farmer in "The new wheal, which has  ciucstion felt no tlutv" resting on been named Huby, Ottawa (52:*, pos-  qucsuoii ki ,.,,B"uv .���������������������������.i������������������,i on sesses characteristics in ripening  him, yet his philosopln .clccl oi ^ a{hcr clualilies ]ni(i,vtiv be-  in a large way is just as likely to lsvt!e:i M^-quis and Prelude. It is  L"ii'������������������e us' to lose this war as would beardless, possesses hard, red ker-  lh-it'  of   lhe   soldier.      In   the   Ian-, nels, gives a  fair yield, and  makes  OOC  j Whe3f Flakes, Bulk  (]   Per pound l"c.  s  Soda Biscuits  Per package  Seeds! Seeds!  Choore now.  3oe.  5  S  I ��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Si  fi Phillina & Wiiltshosae' 01  x       Phone 43    Armstrong        |J | a  ��������������������������� Y.ki arc free to play with the Baby or perform thc  hundred   and   one   tasks which fall to the lot of the  -   busy housekeeper  AN.   ELECTRIC   WASHING   MACHINE is an invaluable aid to the Home-maker ���������������������������-,  It minimizes tho labor of wash-day  11 saves wear and tear on clothes  It ivdnces the hours during which you must  pay your laundress at a high rate. v.  The   cost   of   operation   is   only   a  f  week's, wash  few cents for the average  Mac1*  PHONE 47  Chl'a  egnjft  ulPPB  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  Armstrong , ��������������������������� __  guage of the Country Gentleman a  "fiflv-iiftv" obligation rests on all  of us. That of the soldier is fighting: that of the general public is  producing and saving what is necessary to keep the soldier in fighting condition.  at     Pullman.    Washington.  =nCo"*i*npeTitivir*'System-"Goins-���������������������������-  Anvonc of even ordinary good  sense can see that the competitive  systems of this age must bc their  own destruction. Krror always destroys itself if left alone. Hut there  'higher power at work lhal will  Hour of the highest cpiality in regard to color and strength. Bread  made from it ranks in the first  class. This wheal is the result of  a cross between Downy Pdga and  lied Fife. Downy Riga was produced from two early sorts, CJchun,  an Indian variety, and Onega from  i Northern Russia. Ruby i.s recommended for trial where Marquis  jdoesnol jjpen ssitisl'actm-ibj' A  fveiv iVmfled Tlisfribtitiivn "<rp-"f)"-lb."  sample is being made to farmers  requiring an early sort. A .sufficient crop will be grown on thc  Experimental farms Ihis year for  a generous distribution nexl  spring."  ,. i  )/  ssor Sievers iepori on Ihis  ������������������������������������������������������hould n.i d.Hil.d further cn-  ;::> settienieut in Western ''.anil reads as f.>lli>v. s: "We  a-.-dysed Ihis sample and lind  runs   IV.irlv   high   in   lime.  il  i'lol  ���������������������������> a:  ."���������������������������jii:  ..da.  lhat  j;i'I iiitn  su;;!d.\ o  J n *: ��������������������������� i.'csl  Thf.-c  is  i.-iii from the standpoint of crop  production, and I am satisfied that  it v.ijl give splendid results wherever  put  under cultivation."  up   a  of lhe  i  build  place  is no v.  lilion --- man  ���������������������������j'ivci iimeiil  permanent   system  impermanent one t  (���������������������������onsurtiing itself  in  hat  in  rompc-  inan     and  , "If I give you one kiss will you  he satisfied?"  "No. 1 expect the sample lo assay  heller lhan that."  The  ligh    in    p-'lush,   ph'.spiiorus  jen: thai il has a splendid  org:Mii'.' matter and  is in  of     physical     condition,  nothing  wrong with   this  againsl  againsl government,  condilions cannot lnsl, :������������������!-(i  their end is ar. assured fact viewed  irom any standpoint. Thei'r day is  surely passing away. and. none will  reg.-.'l il--uot even those who now  sustain it. A new day ia being  ushered in, a dry V which right  and- truth shall come uppermost  everv   lime.���������������������������"Unity  "Magazine.  CANADA  ft  ??,  re  Okanagan Fruit Crop  is authoritatively stateil lhat  fruit crop is going to be  Jfeavtcr this year than in 1017. A  ���������������������������i'firge number of young trees will  :?e bearing for tlie first time, and  She only question troubling the  itfuitgrowers is whether there will  ye sufficient labor to gather thc  ������������������rop." The work that tbe women  :ind girls of Vancouver did last  .year was highly appreciated and  (-efforts are to be made-this year to  dire a large number of workers  sent from this coast.   If i'.hat can be  "Know Ye the Lord"  fi  of   rt  thc, IJ .  Let the people express them- e  selves freely. Truth will stand the I  test, and all things are working to- M  gether for thc ultimate good  mankind. Cod is redeeming th  earth and the people, in it, and in'X  due time a right equilibrium and (J  relation of all things will be estab-jc  lished. Then we will not need to, II  say one to another, "Know Ihej-Sj  Lord, for .all .-will know him from j jj  the least unto the greatest." Thei^  earth shall be full of the know-1 5  ledge of the glory of the Loid, as.jl  thc waters cover the sea."���������������������������Unity, j";  Magazine.       .... ^.^-mli-xiM3m\  We have for sale:  WHEAT  OATS  BARLEY  RYE  GRASS AND  VEGETABLES.  All Government Tested |  William McN������������������ir  Armstrong. 34-4  i  Military Service Act  Important Announcement to AH  EXEMPTED MPN  ...Mi4 to tbe Public Generally  'N dealing with the very large number of claims for exemption  brought forward for consideration in connection with Class \  Wider the Military Service Act, it has occurred, as<was inevit*  able, that as a result of false statements and difficulties put in the  way of investigation,  some  individuals  have secured exemption  whose proper place is in the Army.  It is not the intention of the Government* to allow these men to evade per*  Inanently tfiSro^BSti-or^^  0  yesyvx  r  Cour.tr/anTof "theldeais for which we are fighting. To do so would defeat  the purpose of the Act, and cause grave injustice to men in the second oass  necessarily called out to fill their places.  - Exemptions Granted on FaSss Groups  It is, therefore, proposed to scrutinize carefully all exemptions granted to date  in order to separate those which have been granted on false or msufficien,  grounds from those that are well*founded.  WiHi this object in view the various Registrars under the Military Service  Act have been instructed to issue a series of questionnaires to exempted men.  These Questionnaires muct be filled u? correctly and returned prompt.y under  penalty of forfeiture of exemption for iailure to do so.  Exempted Men Who S-Savo Changed Address  It is* therefore important in their'own interest that all exempted men who  have changed their address since their exemption was granted and who nave  not already notified the Registrar of such change should noafy him_*. om.e.  Under the Regulations it is the duty of exempted men to keep tiie Registrar  advised of any change of address, and failure to receive t������������������e q-stxonna.re  by reason of neglect of this duty must be treated as equivalent to failure to  return the questionnaire after receipt.  Citizens Urgod to Assist  In many instances information has been furnished b-y members of.thejubhc  which has led to the cancellation of exemptions obtauied by .false or ���������������������������s  leading statements. Further co-operation of this character is mvited. The  Government regard it as the Puty of all loyal citizens, not ^^^SSSi  but to the men at the front, to assist in this way m secunng ">nf������������������c.e���������������������������f������������������*  on V just mn* legal basis. Correspondence of this character will be treated  as ������������������trictiy confidential and will receive the fullest investigation.  CHARLES J. POHERTY, .  V*^ Minister qf Jushu.  C������������������rr������������������nK^en^������������������t������������������i^ ^^\i^^^'' ***?** "***  tbe Military Service Act, Vtacowwr, B>C. 1/  THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 191S  OKANAGAN COMMONER  AFTER DRAFT EVADERS  Touching Tribute to Pie. Percy Stevens  With Particulars about the Sinking of the Tuscania  U=  sirov.s thai  citizens would take Lhe  .same   course.  Captain Clover was formerly as- ' ||  Capt.    F.   R.   Glover    appointed: sisiant manager of the  13.  C.  Elee-   ^  Chief Inspector of Police ,       i trie Railway.    In the early days of  The following touching .tribute than the rest of us and because  to the valor of his chum, Pte. Per-' they were really fond of him. On  cy Stevens, was written to Mrs.* F. j the way across on ihe ship he did  S. Stevens by Pte. Roswell P. Blake j'nel get seasick but some* of the men  evaders  After   today  likely  to  have ^  much  more  dUli- j some time  1   I* u ���������������������������        ,  ! Vancouver he was a newsnaocr ed-  t -  j icor.     His   home  today  is  in,..Arm-,  .ire': slrong,  where  he  has   resided  for  I  dated   "Somewhere  Feb. lGth:  in   BngiUmdyi  did.    Hc would search for his sick  chums  and buy oranges and  other  cult lime in escaping the clutches  of..the military authorities, for in  the appointment of Capt. F.R. GIo-  A-er  as  chief  inspector of the  Do-  Subdue the Submarine  Ii  "I am. writing to you in heart-, fruit and take it io their bunks. 1To mi,iion p0ijce Force the announce- B*v substituting economy for Waste,' o  felt sympathy for you and, your! was always doing little favors for j ^'^ .^ m.^]e th.,t n'Q ^lone AVjn be i co-operation for criticism; know-j[|  family in thc loss of Percy.   I post-, everyone   and   it   was   a   tonic   for ]ef|. urit,u.^ed to'take into custody ^edge   of   prices   for 'gossip -about; 5  poned, writing to you hoping to get i these    men    to    have    him    come  some favorable news of him. This  around because he was always so  cheerful. "  "My- heart goes out to' you and  your family for I know all of you  must he heart-broken. I fell terrible-myself for I have been very  fond of him. He was the best  little pal anyone could wish for,  and you have thc consolation of  knowing that he died for his country just as much as any man killed  on  the battlefield.  "I hope lhat the people of Rend  will pay fitting tribute to his memory and that his schoolmates and  tlie pupils of the Bend High School  will erect a tablet in his. honor.  Personally, I can pay tribute to  him as thc finest, manliest and  best hearted boy I have ever  known, and that he was a little  hero   all   lhe   way   through."   ���������������������������  morning Ave received-a list of the  men who had been buried^and it  was', with the deepest regret that..I  saw his name among those. I inquired at the olliice and ascertaned  that he was buried at Kilnaughton  Islay, an island off thc coast of  Scotland.  "I had been sleeping on Percy's  bunk in lhe stateroom which hc  and three others occupied. I had  ? been put out of my slaicroom some  days before this. Percy was talking to several othcr men and had  just shaken me to wake me up for  supper when the torpedo struck us.  The lights went out instantly and  Ihe olher men ran from Ihe room.  1 jumped out of tiie bind; and goi  my life preserver in the corner  where 1 had tied it. Percy called  lo me: 'Rlake. have you gol my life  preserver?' I told him f had not  bul to fee! under lhc bunk and I  would Avail for him. lie found it  in a moment and we weni out into  tlie passageway and fell along the  stairway. Percy while pulling on  his niackinaw dropped his preserver at my fee!- on the stairway. I  picked it up and handed it to him  and saAV him put il on properly1.  He was assigned io a different boat  and a different squad from mine.  His boat was on the port side of  the ship ancl mine was on the starboard side. When we reached ihe  top of Ihe main stairway we were  separated lo go lo the ladders leading lo, Ihe boat decks on our respective sides. YVc had these boa!  drills every afternoon. Those were  our orders and wc wsre supposed  to carry them out. Somehow I can  never forgive myself for not violating.those orders and keeping him  wilh me. l-lmvc bcen reproaching  myself continually forever letting  him leave me.-The firs I  four nights  all eligibles who have hitherto sue--| Profits;   cornmeal  and oatmeal  fotjjA  ���������������������������white-flour;-fish for beef and ba-jy  Broad  Meaning  of  Production  The word production now rivets  our alien I ion. II suggests thought  wilh power, intelligence and organization. It rep resen Is nol a  spontaneous quantity only, in r.  ragged, slipshod fashion but, when  coupled Avilh conservation, it implies enterprise, expansion, dcvcl-j  opment, ' co-operation, thrift, progress, prosperity. It' suggests the  occupations of more lhan 75 per  cent of lhe people, the great problems of distribution, of 0transpor-  taiion, of lhe accumulation of real  ceeded in remaining in civilian  life. "^  Capt. Glover recently returned  for a three-months' furlough after  two years' service in France with  the 72nd Battalion, and has 'now  been called upon by lhe Dominion  Government to undertake the inspectorship of the Dominion Police  for the province.  "At the present time," said Capt.  Glover, "the Dominion' Police is  organized from coast to coast, with  chief inpseclors appointed in "each  province. The work of this force  i.s to enforce tlie provisions of lhc  Military Service Act. It will now  be necessary for all who appear to  be of military age to carry some  kind   of oflicial  paper;   an exemp-  conj_vegetable oils for animal fats; I X  the~garden hoe for the golf-stick; JII  s.er-1 o  performance for argument;  vice for sneers; patriotic pus  peevish  puerilities;   perishable   for Iii  preservable foods; greater produc- \A  tion for a German peace; the. beef jlj  you do not cat for thc rifle you can I X  not carry; conservation for con- II  versation; common sense for com- -  mon gossip; marketing for telephoning; production for pessimism.  One Wise Woman  A farmer's wife in Connecticut,  hurrying from milking the cows lo  the kitchen, from the kitchen to  linn certificate for those granted j ihe churn, from the churn to the  exemption, a marriage certificate i woodshed, from the woodshed to  in case of the married men and a ; the kitchen stove, was asked if she  bii'ih certificate i'or those, over or j wanted to vote. She vehemently  under age. Mneh inconvenience j replied: "So, I certainly do not.  wiil be saved the public if those af-| [ say now, if there's one lillle thing  that  the   men   folks   can  do   alone,  for heaven's cake let 'em do it."  ' fecled will f&Jiow these instructions- and have their documents al  all   limes   upon   their  persons."  I The inspector i.s clothed with  wk!o powers and Avill be a court of  Jast  resort   as   I'or  as  'iho  enforce-  jmanl    of    lhe    act    is    concerned.  .While headquarters will be established   at   Vancouver,  Capt.  Glover  King George, in his message to  Parliament, speaks of "my army,"  "my Dominions," "my empire,"  and "my allies" which gives the  impression- that the Queen must be  .vay from home.���������������������������Seattle Post-Jn-  Avill   have his  men   throughout lhe! tclligcncei".  province   wherever   draft   evaders!  -        ,          .                       , .are supposed  to  he Avorking or in  wealth, or vasl enterprises of lhc,hiding_ Thl.OUjjht tiie work 0r thu  world democracy, and il demands Doniinion forcc lhe ncw bodv will  education of lhc most direct and j .,<., jn hai..,lonv with ihc civk. po_  substantial character���������������������������R. Sleeves ,;cc Thc 0Iiuy of p���������������������������oof in cvcrv  Oireclor,  Ncav   " - '-  Brunswick   Elemen  tary    Agricultural    Education,  Rural     Educational     Monthly  .lanuary.  in  for  ������������������.  Encouraging Agriculture  Rural   Educational   Monthly,  about ITim.    Every 'iinie a bunch of  survivors were.brought  in  1 would  - jump-up. and run oul to meet them  ���������������������������hoping to see him  among them.    I  was ,   doomed     to     disappointment  .each time and began to lose hope.  1  still  thought  there was a .chance  lhat" his" boat  had   landed   at some  case Avill be upon thc man affected.  j     Asked as to the personnel of his  staff,   Capt.'-Glover   stnted   thai'as  far   as   possible   returned   soldiers j  would be used but eflicicncy would I  be the'first consideration.    He ad-l  0r i decl that 50 per ccnl of.the force in '    ~  ,������������������  I Canada    were    returned    soldiers.!    ~  I\could nol sleep o win,; worrying  N{JW Bl.unswickf SJ1VS on  lhc ques.  tion of leaching a practical know-!Smcc thc formation of ihe Domin-  ledge   of   farming  in   our  schools-Iion   fo,*ce  ������������������   f'<-'w  weeks   ago,  over  "The greater proportion of thc  teachers of our public schools are  country born, and in most" cases  have some practical knowledge of  farming,     ft behooves everv leach-  , cr, whether holding a Nature "Study  isolated  spot or  lhat hc might   be;ccrlific.,lc or  ,lotf  Jo prcp:.rc  now  in the hospital and unable to com-. f  municate  with   us.     I   have  talked'  to men who saw him on that side  grealer   production   next  year.  2,000 were arrested and -turned  over lo the.military authorities'for  attention. , ������������������   .  The information was given out  that the transportation companies  were co-operating, in every way in  the granting of facilities for the  enforcement of'the act.    Capt. Glo-  of the ship and  Ihey said, thai he1  Your  counlry  calls  for you   lo  as-<?VCI"  pointed   out  that   anyone  who,  sisl.     You   will   inculcate   greater j employed a draft-evader was' liable j  unity 'between   schoool   and   home  to  heavy penalties  as  provided   i;i|  J hey told; jf   you   encour.,ge  aRi\   ;issjst  vour .the act.    He also pointed oul that:  bc correspondingly benefitted. You  may help in this work by encouraging your., pupils to cultivate any  available  fertile ground."  was cool and cheerful  ine that when their ollicer called  for men to go on the lop deck and  lift some' lifeboats thai jammed,  Percy was one of lhc first to go.  My boat was the lasl to bc lowered  on my side of the ship and while  Availing with my squad for a  chance to lower it f went over to  Percy's   side   looking   for   him.     J  called out for him and one of the j pany issued the March number of  men told me he had got aAvay safe- |]1C telephone directory this week.  ly with a  number of others in  thc   These directories arc put oul every  six    months.      The    iicav    number  pupils; and your school work will, every train coming oul of Toronto  New Telephone Directory  The   Okanagan   Telephone   Com-  boal to which he was assigned. As  far as I can find ouMiis boat was sIioavs a very satisfactory increase  headed for a lighthouse on thc in the list of siibscribersjndicalinj,  coast of Lhis island. Tl was* dark j������������������]-,;,[, even in limes of stress such  and'the men did nol reckon on lhc| as these, there is a demand for  rocks   and   cliffs,   and   before   lhcy j quick    service    in    communication  ._kne3<L.ij_'.hc.V..\VCrc..-CtllTicd_b.V_.thcilri.n<;.iii>;������������������iinn ������������������������������������������������������Th^ny_;PV1������������������nn.^i:e10r-.-_  ���������������������������'wind  and  sea right onto Ihe rocks ; phone Company has inslitiitcd con-  pcrs  and the occupants of the boat were ! linuous     service     throughout     lhc  killed. Out of thc fifty or sixty men j Okanagan,   and   is   conlfnunlly   ad-  in  fhe boat aboul   four escaped  by [ding   improvements   lo   the   system  a sea  ca'iching them  ancl  throwing  which   menu   heller  is inspected by lhe Dominion po-:  iice. and in every case where the'  necessary documents are not forth-,  coming,^ the men  are taken off ihe  train.  Trains  passing ' through  <or'Ai Hay are also inspected, and  the same action is taken. At the  latter point tribunals and medical  boards are in attendance for the  immediate heari'hg- and examination of the men in Ihe first draft.  Tlie inspector added thid the appointment hud lhe full approval of  General f.eckie and the military authorities, and lhat from today on  the ollicers of tlie forcc would apprehend anyone who was not prop-  e rl y^eq trip p eil^wf t irlfx em p fi oh~p a^  We may  Jwe opr  troubles.  but  otjien  have-'cm  fco.  Tlie   chief   inspector  geslcd  that lhe public could  be of  great advantage in lhe carrying out  ,, ���������������������������   , ..... c ...        , service  to  Ilia  of their ilutics.    Fn  other cities in  Ihem   into  a   lullc  cove.    Some  ol   pubiIc.     The   Okanagan   system   is,! lbc E,sl hundreds of IeMers are re-  mea   mjn  facl, Ihe equa" "  our company were in H������������������at boat ancl i mission  Ihey had absolutely no chance Avilh  lhe   largest   and   slrongcsl  ;r  lhe Doniinion.  Dropping Her "H's"  Mary's    Sunday   School  teacher  Ihe  fhe sea.and suffered a fate si mi  'to Percy's.  "The majority of thc hoals were  smashed   in   lowering   them,   from  Ihe ship,    i am going lo spare you   had   been   giving  a   lesson   on  tlie   delails.     I   Avish   to   God   thai'flood and  Noah's Ark.  Percy's boat  had  been  smashed   in !     "Xow, children," said .she, "what  liie lowering before he got inlo it.'other    ark    is    mentioned    in    ihe  lie would now be wilh us. j Bible?''  "I  cannot   Icll  you   how much   i ������������������������������������������������������     There   av;is   a   prolonged  miss him.    He  had   heen  Avith me, Then Mary ventured:  for ihe best part of every di\y since1     "Please,    teacher,    the  . wc    were    in    Vancouver.      There:'erald angels sings about!"  f  Keep  fcestnoig.  '4  <L  //  X  so  iar as trans-, ceivod  from  persons iule-i! on  thei  is   concerned,   of   any   in   v.-imiing of lhe Avar   giving details!  of   the   local ion   of   the   slackers,!     J$7      ^k^s^jh^^    ?--VX  these   letters   in   every   case   being ^^^^^J>i ^sSV-^----  trealed   confidentially.      lie   is   <k  0  \  (I  v  i  i  s  i  8  i  ii  i  I  silence.  ark    the  DiHion Kits Hard  mm  im  wei s a greal many hardships avc  had in -contend Avilh anil conditions to Av'nich I know he was unused, but he never utlered a word! Jf)ll������������������ Dillon. avJio s'lcccedcd Mr. !  of complaint. I knoAV lhat he never, H<,(In,')n(1 !!S I'^-'Icr of lhe Irish j  let you folks hear o.f'the u'nplensanl! N;llion'"lisl's' i'cplyii-.g lo -congral-j  side. He was ohvays cheerful and Vdalory addresses at Enniskillen, j  smiled through'it all  like lhe little ; ^'cland. a   few days ago, said lliat  \sk would be to Icll Eng-!  u'e. flie world lhal her '  musl cease io talk of a  league of nalions or prelend to carry on Ihe AA-ar in defence of small  n.ationnliiies unless* she firs! sei.  .her oavp bouse in order and sel  Irrc   a   nation   lhal   for   700   vears  tnoZ&irTsj TKjAEf'i-Ci  juan   he   a  -.'as.'     Me   was   vei\v   pop-  his first 1  ular  wifli'  all Hie men  in ihe com-  hind   bef  j-.any  and  every-day since  he has  states men  been missing f have had lAvenly-  five or ihirty men come up and ask  me if 1 had beard anythiiig .of him.  They called 'h;;n 'Jiaby Lamb' bs-  ca.use   lie   was   so    much,   younger  t^D^^miMJOTOD*]  .zrQ-MfijAcJ  J872  tal Authorized, S5.CC0.C00  t.-W Paid-up, - ?3 000,000  !us, $3,000,000  p RAV AT WJ-  KAhs \\\)\c FOR  Can be used to buy little ccmforls, close  behind the Filing Lines.  FOR SALE BY  .  Ik  ii  :5  rrv  ���������������������������r'v ? i!  id  :U  groaned  under her misgovei mncnl.  M   ^WW*       W.   SMITH,   MANAGER.  ii  Ih,-,������������������. so?  The Ladies' and Children's Specialists  Ladies  Now is ths time for that new pair of  Spring Shoes. We have the most  up-to-date range of Ladies and Misses  Shoes in the city. High tops, colored tops and all shapes and sizes. Not  only do we stock the Fancy Lines,  but have a large range of strong  heavy shoes, suitable for the farm  well.  as  Our stock of Children's shoes is the  largest in the Valley. This is the  store that sells that extension sole shoe  without the heel, made specially for  children with weak ankles.  There is no time like  the  present   to  save money on shoes, for   the  prices  are advancing ail the time.       J  H3klv $ SON  <&  ������������������o.  More Profit to the  pottarmaker  The Dominion Jaw against tlie selling of  butter without"'the- words "Dairy Buller" or  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as llic.casc max- bc���������������������������printed  on Uic buller wrap, is a blessing in disguise to lhe  average fanner. In thc firs I place, Jl* iiis buller  wrappers are Jicallj- printed'..with his name and.  the brand of the buller on the label, the storekeeper can readily sell thc butter at 5c a pound  more than hc can gel for butter wrapped in paper  tlial is not printed, and the hutter-makcr geis the  at!vantage in 5c a pound more for his butler from  thc merchant. Add 5c a pound to thc butler you  sell. Sell 100 pounds and lhe additional amount  yoii -would gel for your butler in .printed"wraps  means $5.00 in your pocket. ">l.75 or $dV50 will  pay for 1000 buller wraps nicely prinlcd wilh  your brand, name and address thereon. _ You will  sec. therefore, that U) have your buttcrwraps  iTrTnlctl^ffeTThT^ffroncy" iTryour "poc!"ccT  It is thc duly of every buller maker to comply with ,Lhc law in this matter. Some buller  makers have only a cow or two, and make so lillle  buller ihaL iL docs nol appear to litem that they  can afford lo have lhcir butter wraps prinlcd.  They do not like llie idea of having 500 or 1000  buller wraps on hand. To accommodate/this  class of bnllcrniakers. we have printed up  a quanlJLy of "Cusl'om" Buller "Wraps. They arc  printed wilh lhe words "Fresh Dairy BuUer*" but  do nol hear Ihe name of I lie maker. However,  these wrappers fill the requirements of 11 ic: law  governing Ihis point, and can bc ivuighl in small  quantities al Ihe rale ol" (Vie a hundred in 100 oy  50 iols. If you <lo nol require bullerwT.'Tis in  larger lots, lake Ihdso wraps in lesser qua:i[ilies.  A  y.  'i  1000    "  $3.75  ^  7 s  When    run    v/ilh   other   orders,   $3.50   and * $4.50  THE WALKER PRESS  Enderby, B.C.  THE GARY PRESS  Armstrong**,,  B.C.  <jC)<  8  XTTj  \  0  0 OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1918  ClK ANAHAN      fOMMONF R   form "rivulets in the roadways and wash thc read, jw***^**^^^**^**  uiyAimvjriiN    v^ivim^mi^rv ,  d h    E   h        the roads in some dis_ i -  , ME[TIN6  .} **  THURSDAY,  APR It.   1,  1918  SALUTATORY  ?  In  which   is   merged   the   Armslrong  Advertiser   ana , trie Is have to be rebuilt, and by the time they be  " Enderby Press. j come  fit  for   travel,   the  fall  rains   start,   then  Published everv Tlmi-sclav" at Armstrong, B.C., at, *2 ' cpriics winter,  then  spring, and  the road  gang  a year, bv Wai.kkh & Cahv. ! starts all over again.  H.-M". Wai.kkii. Editor & Manager.        /       1    Another unfortunate feature is that as soon as   L��������������������������� : '-���������������������������;���������������������������~ :���������������������������^���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������r ! lhc snow is off the roads, and before they have  Advertising rates: .transient, -die. an inch first inser-i, , ���������������������������ivinf>fl )o u(.0!i,P o,.,,, Pnou"1i to hold  tion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract ad-,Jiacl. a tliancc to laconic mm cnouaii lo uoiu  vcrtising, si an inch per month. | against   the   wagon   arcs,   some  ot   our Inrmers  !load to the limit of the carrying capacity of their  'wagons and with four* horse's haul thc loads to  ! market. . The result is that llie roads become cut  ! up and deep with mud holes which cannot be  j "'  ."   * I repaired for weeks, _ ���������������������������  Shop !    If vou are not interested in knowing'     Right now, when the water is washing away  - Am ore about the Okanagan Commoner than you  the road beds is the lime for onc or two men to  g  can see'on lhe surface,"pass .this up.    This is to be employed'on .every trunk road, ditching them  *  introduce to vou an idea.    It is not a new idea.'so as  to lead  the waler away from   the  wagon  It mav not be a particularly bright one.    But it  tracks and to drain thc roads from thc high side,  is an idea, and we are convinced it is a  good J,.   One dollar spent in .lhis. way as soon  asy the  one.    It is a war babv���������������������������lhe idea.    Conservation snow starts lo go. would mean llie saving of $20  is in "llie air, and whether we like to or not we; dollars  later in   they season,  when road  work is  are   forced   to  conserve.     In-this   particular  iu-1 undertaken  stuiicc we  feel  that we of the North Okanagan  iire  lo gain  an immense advantage by  the conservation  ling getting  inlo  Ihe eraniums  of  the  publishers of The Enderby Press and lhc .Arm-j*    To our businessmen,- we would say:   The Corn-  strong Advertisers and inducing them  lo merge moncr is determined  to work with you  to hold  &-%??-&  VALUABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM  Sat, April I3ih  At 2 p.i]i.  In the Gounci! Chambers  For the purpose of organizing ������������������  an   Okanagan   Branch   ofthc ������������������  Canadian   Co-operative   Wool ���������������������������!-  Growers      Limited.     Geo.     C.= ������������������  Hay     of   Kamloops    will     be *i*  <���������������������������      present   and    direct   the   meet *  ��������������������������� .;.  * "       ���������������������������         .. .4  '.������������������       ���������������������������           ���������������������������                           <��������������������������� ~ ,:  ck-:������������������<":������������������:������������������j������������������:������������������������������������:..:-:k-><k������������������:������������������<":.-<������������������:~:������������������<������������������������������������m������������������:������������������<������������������  Are you going- to do any  Building- or Repairing-  This Season?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  Cull   Boards      No. 2 Dimension, 2x4  and 2xG  Dry  Blocks   .........  Planing Mill Wood"..  10.00   p,3L-   thousand  15.00   per   thousand   ���������������������������$ 2.50  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������      ������������������������������������-*<y  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd; Enderby  A war expert i.s one who knows  as lillie aboul lhc Russian situation, as you do and admits it.  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  strong Advertisers and -inducing I hem  lo merge moncr is determined  to work Willi you  io now  a ���������������������������  their'small  lown  papers  inlo  one covering  the  lhc business of this district where'il rightly be-j IJ Bnlnwiniram fl-  districl   from   Larkin   north   to  Simmons.     Thc longs���������������������������-in lhc'district.'   Tlie combined circulation  ~ DdlUl LDCdl! fl  merged  paper  vou  are  now  reading.    Wc   feel  of lhc merged newspapers is now al your service, {I! 3     ^3  proud   in   having   accomplished     Lhis    merger, and in addition Ave have added lhe facilities f()V = &-*z&-4&  Mavbc vou don't think so much of il.    Bul lhe  making your district paper as large and as bright: ft -,,      Onnrc1prP,i   cXi,A*cA������������������x������������������    fl  nici'gcr'is onlv a start in  thc working oul of an'and newsy as lhc field will permit.    In a week j U Inc    Registered   Clydesdale    (J  idea"    Thc idea will evolve as'time passes, and !or. two wc hope to have a live correspondent inS Slallicn                       ft  we feci sure that when you perceive ils develop-' every pari  of  the  district   lo  give  us  the  news | (J  ent, and gel a clearer sight of the goal aimed  from week to week.    It is up lo the businessman  ���������������������������will stand   for  pcrvicc  at his  0  ut, you  will  then become as enthusiastic in its who is interested in  lhc building up of the dis-M      own yard  on   the Creamery    fl  retain  lhc good will and 15     K������������������ad;   suu-iiug    April    15th     5  King Edward Hotel, ������������������  H. MURPHY  oprietor  Enderby  development as we  tricl, and who  would  Prima rilv. thc idea is to give lhc North Oka- trade of llie buying public, lo make liberal use If! ami will stand till August 1st ft  nagan a newspaper worlhv of ils importance as'of the advertising columns of thc Commoner. "J The fee u-in be * 12.00 to in- l)  the choicest part of Uic famous Okanagan Valley. I Wilh eight pages, all home print, and with "lhc | X     sine    mare    whh    foal,  ah     X  W  bv  i  wi-in      10m.   AH a  he   properly   at- (I  _.-.cl   brought   back c  [|      at   Lhe  riyhi   Lime  which is 2L []  v      clays   from ilic time   of service X  'fi  II      mares must  c      tended   to   and   brought   back      c  ,Vc have fell, hi lhc past, lhal neither lhe Endcr-'added facilities for quickly adding morc pages if  >y Press nor Die Armstrong Advertiser were'lhe occasion requires, we feel thai wc can now  ullv representative in the larger and truer sense .'oiler you thc best possible advertising medium.  of lhe natural wealth of tliis great dislrict. Thev!And wc hope to have a fine showing-sol" Arm- _  were published as town papers; Ihcv filled a'slrong and Enderby ads; as well as something!rt And any person disposing ot ft  limited field, and covered restricted ground, from Grindrod and Mara. Noihing speaks so j IJ "'are after she isbred and be- Ij  Thev  did   all   that  could   be  expected  of   them,' well for a  town as to hyve lhc columns of the j ft     lore she proves to  ijC with or    9  limited  as   that   was.     Todav  wc  wish-   Io   for- home  paper brighi  wilh   live ads.    They arc a  without, foal   (haviiig- been  ii  Our Full Line of Vegetable and Flower  Seeds have arrived���������������������������Package and Bulk  Also Timothy, Alfalfa and Clover Seed.  We sell at Rennie's Prices.  A few sacks of Marquis Seed Whedt i'or sale.  Complete Stock of Fresh Groceries '  TEFCF   &>��������������������������� SON      'PHONE 48  1 lU-ZJL,-_*     QL    OW1N, Bell Block, Enderby  get  lhc Lown  paper idea  and  to replace il  wilh  sur-  criterion  of  tho  public  spiriiedness  of  ils'c'   spceiori   hy   the ownw of the  --       - ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ... ���������������������������.  ..,..., rt���������������������������       ........       ,,, ���������������������������    .      .,        ,.   .   .   .   i the stallion) will   be   iiable  for  the larger idea  of a  dislrict newspaper.    There nierehanls.    They bring sclllers into thc dislrict, if  is a  larger mission  for all  lo lill. * There is the am{  '"������������������oid i'1   lhc district  the business belonging V  call for'produclion and  for cHiciencv.    There is there. _ Our motto Should be: Buy in  llie? home! A  need for releasing more men from the non-pro- [own first: buy in ihe Valley second; buy in thc  y  duclivc vocations so they may take up the work Province third  the fe  of the farm.    Ve believe liie districl paper can1  be made more effective in  urging lhe one great!  NEWSPAPER MERGERS  0      I.-- GIBSON  need   of   Ihe    Empire���������������������������conservation���������������������������lhan     the'    r���������������������������,        ,        . -~~.    - ��������������������������� 1 IS     (\wnap     ^^A    fmr,m      ll  lown papers possihlv could be.    Co-operation is       I1,c   changing   conditions   ol     the   newspaper j k     vrViitM      GIlCJ    Utl'Uill.-   ���������������������������  now lhc slogan,    '.fhere musl be brought uhouVl}U*lrK>ss  'm  Canada and  Hie I'niled  Slates have  A 0  more harmonious  team   work���������������������������-on  llu/ farm, in 9  llll'eel and serious inleresl for  the people  of: tJ o<==.o<==>o<==>oc==>o������������������==>o<==3ll  The More You  Know About  Cream Separators  t*������������������e more you  will want to  examine the  11113  m*t&kl  the shop, behind the counter.   Thai is lhe present b''[h countries because of the.vilal part lhe press j =  "mission of liie (Vmmon  plays as ;m or/(tm '--A   democracv.    ri he j/rowin:.i  ���������������������������>' -: ,,--������������������>:������������������x������������������>.:������������������0'  euliliiui'i  No. B Size  3o0  lbs  capacily -... .SZo.OO  ,   ,       .               Guiirii!ilc:o(l   lo'tlo  good   work.  Just   being   intro-    duced   into   the ������������������������������������������������������.,...   r,,..,. ,r , '     -  '  United States; more GhLAn   ^II.-\M-.S,   2-l-in   long,  of them   sold   last  .^     S8.00   ]icr   1000  year   in   Eus'ope  "'^  than of any other   i?ir\-,^ T-      nr,M���������������������������,7V/-.       -,  mnXrp. Hl(i\(.i.f.     Iil'.l'AIliiNG     done     al  make,  Made  of iha very  rcasonr.blc rules.  years over a s-;i:rc of dsily papers have dropped : v  oid 'A' (he-iif-ld or jjeen am'd^amated with eoni-i ^  Salesman  X ARMSTRONG       B. C. X  Incl v-.lll  gam   i:v  11.     ii   y.i  your fi-icud.s; jf vou den'I like ii  We   wi"..!;   e-\-rv   i\rSr->   f>!*   Ih.     .,.,.   .    .    ,, ..,",. .,..---  feehVliat   IhV'V  vear   V:V*iV   ww   Hot   du> i;'Vf;;������������������������������������������������������      '���������������������������^���������������������������ll'   c!(i-csianiisnc<!    L ruled   Stales,..  heljervcc:=n mrkc i!. Ihe heller ilAvillrcireser.l 'r''1.^- ������������������V*  {h7  i^psnm  Join-nd,  ClevelmulTlahi-'X  lhis  greuL  dislricl.     NVr"uis]i  you   to  fe--l   !hpi   i^'cr. Cleveland .Lender, New York Press, New, ������������������">        ]''������������������������������������������������������'"���������������������������   ������������������   widt- .������������������������������������������������������.fr1,:.-1i,u:.iico'' .< , |  Ihoiiii'ii vou mav nol,.I all lii's'cs'a^ree v.-ilh everv   * f''rU ^UP' iin<! thr ^������������������������������������������������������!^'-'"^> h'bn'-Ocean have en-: % -"������������������'h:m   ijnyt-rs.     Cr.i.sniL    mv. t  _  opinion e:;pre:,sed hv  lhe Cou-m-ner. v-i  >nuV -c'r:'(r  "'^Lgrrs.    and    luuuJreds    of   others   less**  ^nf������������������ ^u wnnt to  i,n|,i  a sale. $.  give  to  us   lhe same  privilc.'e v5:ii  <!<-i>iand  j'or !<n;nvn  ]lv''^ H'-'^e io  lhe wall or bcen absorbed  f Aho "*'"',11(* !,'inia,lai'y'11';i"y '���������������������������$ ,  vourst-h"-   -!->.'���������������������������   r������������������'hl    to   ho'-'f an   f-oi'i' '���������������������������>��������������������������� "   '���������������������������'"[���������������������������  J,-v Ji'f'l,<' prc-sjierous rivals.    Such important ecu-: t surplns sioeh y������������������.n u ish to tii-p(,.-c % i ^  Commoner vSiii he iud.-i.vnik nl/noll-f-'al!-'--.    We  !;vs-i:s V'!i'.vi:lj!r,(!; J>t'lr(lj^ '^Vierlo. Seranton. Si. V; <''*���������������������������  believe Canada Ji,u; had'c;k,;iVi c������������������f oarlv ")Vii;"s  i'i,'!l i,1H: .' vvr ������������������r|cans are icll wilh onc morning1 *        *'  ���������������������������parlv  eorruplion- io   lasl   a   lif.--������������������ime   ' "i'her"  !'aJK'r   '^"ecy.     In   Canada,   lumdr-eds   of   small'o ^^~  arc isMUs c<m:iuL' iiij  which will  demand  mo-c   l(n\n   -"cckiies   have  given  lip   ihe  ghost iii   Iho.X  of  Ihe people oMVmrda   lhan  anV  p;i:-iv  ,,.--11 H_  ^>s! 7^:7  %. hvo-   <}M /������������������������������������ly   i'xe  olhrr  day   Iho: ���������������������������*<  cians can give, and we do nol desire lo lei Van-   ljn,c!;vl!lr    < "���������������������������������������������-.. 'c������������������'^   -ih   years   a   strong   Cen-j ���������������������������  best.Swedish steel Gel   your   repairs   for   "AIOVn'RRS  and iron; simple in and    PLOWS;    we    sell     lhe    well-  !   conolrucUon, eaay to operate. I^grico kll(nvn    ,.-,.,   &   Wood, nnd    Cock-  j   ���������������������������will surprise you. ��������������������������� ,     ,,   ...  J r r���������������������������-S                     ��������������������������� . slilill Mows.          .  :.   Come in atid see it. Ef you don't'Icnov^    ��������������������������� ' 1   Cream Sepayators thoroughly,  bririfj ,.           ���������������������������,                ���������������������������      -  ;> y|   along a jfriend who does, and let him <}jK! - Gaiilaji'il   Incilbiiior.  sccond-  *���������������������������-"''   tell you what he thiiiks of the Viking,   hand   ia  good   sluipe  al $15.00  PROFESSIONAL  t ' A   CTSKALLNG, B. A. '"  [ONE No. 34  "^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������i������������������v*;*-  ;i; i Barrister, Solicitor,  ������������������>! Notary Public.      , .  ������������������ ������������������ "~ INSURANTIC .  ���������������������������:������������������:������������������:-:-:���������������������������  Rf.t.l Bi.k. Enokkuy. B.C.  :|Try a Want. Ad in  1  The "Commoner"  for quick results  leanings   inic rfere   v.-nu   liie   n:\mev  solution   ,-, ,        ,-..,���������������������������,-  I hese   great   i-ucs.     I enders ' a;v   iv(mi-e(i   lhal   CitnlvV ������������������'' LjKlL t>!l-v*  can produce results, and we fee; IhuVil dees net'  mailer mmh wii;d  parly i'  iri-   lhe   part   <���������������������������]���������������������������   mav   Jx-inu:.'"  ser\'a 11 ve [laper, \vas amalgamated "with the Re-  .",���������������������������!,���������������������������^���������������������������m-,,"~=^-���������������������������������������������=*������������������=������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������>"���������������������������������������������-  "���������������������������^���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������ ^r������������������v*ij-JW������������������jc:������������������w,ii������������������*j������������������js.ti='-������������������/i_r^cyrr**^*is=r^-wji wjwjusxx^.^ vwjz&zi  -^���������������������������<^rx*i.-^\f.**rrv*n^M.t'*^���������������������������-j~iWT':^Wi*sjuw-^+^  .ttWMaVkUJ  \  Ki-ehener. Out., aideiinan has been keeping j  1-pig in his cellar m-d ol.*i<_'--ls to {hv urotesis o? ;  Todtiy"s" issues   are ' nnram< Vml.     Y\v>   worh-i" is .:('. . i:i,i:r' !'iry  .lI::;iJ-'.'-'[" V     'i--*   (,I:'J;1'S  he   has   liie  undergoing  a   new   hi  V      Wir.-'   h--s  h t .\   v:A j'1".    '7 S'-'-'V llls i);^ ^ hciv h<- likes and dedans >  not he again.   The pj.-i lv.r,<\ [;;ke wA'.h i' i's e''������������������:- V"' 1S (,������������������V'" h,s ijjl lcAVa!'" Js-Toasing ]/roduciio:i ;  ruplion.    'iV.-dav is "iV.ne ir.--;:-.>-.'anl      '{'.'.���������������������������5.'-.r>'0'-- {    P'''^   , .' [nrsv (Jll>'s ;1 >'li^ ought to ]>e allowed i  will t;:!:e care of   iis fv-;:\.  In   pui'   N:;rih   OhaMii-ian   disiel  others,   wi-   nuisl   rebuild   i-n   f:>.-i>.  or   md   a|   ad.   _r-!yiy_ 1^\*   eeiy' jn_iji   eiferj__<'an  =thert~j-e'lTiT\H>roiT(:s7',7''r-"'I !":Ti;rV; k~u\. \7r \\"U  lo keen his pig iu \\\v parlor, or'under the bed. if  ������������������.������������������   ;���������������������������,   .,11  i)c v--i,������������������ls lo-.-so long as he keeps it.  ���������������������������i-rat  t ;, -  ������������������>"������������������(������������������  PYJ/VJA TROUBLES  Send  -(*��������������������������� A-  ���������������������������\ v  going  lo  1.  'ire  g; ing  these 'V. .-..  ''!>  ���������������������������e  ..i-.-v, .   ,   i: -,.:..,���������������������������.::-..        Ml.  ,..   , .   ?*D">   ^   vew.liU-   writer   in   Salurdav  e   help   of   evr-.-v   -.^d-r   uf        '!   ''   tU!S   V~ ������������������������������������������������������'""    ^'oV.bh^      just      like      olher  ~T1  x - o; i; 1. i' a *��������������������������� e i ��������������������������� s   1  We  i'.Ui    \.f   V>!i     ."(,11  iliai  men.  going io :.:\v von (he ! 1 -.{ in  us, and we > !i-dl >.u ���������������������������:���������������������������������������������������������������������������������<��������������������������� \ ia  dislri.'! a u.-v. s\\,\,t y ia r\,   -.  of   our    '..":\ ;,!     iv :"[\\    .    .       \\'  .-very re ������������������������������������������������������',������������������������������������������������������      ,   !��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� --v \S.]' s ���������������������������,  hal  w;   \)-^..-  ]S-[   liivii)   ;h.-. < '  ������������������      i . .     .    , ' ,  leJKl ..   '.-;���������������������������! m   !*���������������������������  :'���������������������������.��������������������������� i'i  '!>������������������ <'(���������������������������", i','e  'I h'-   C-.ii   i!..  .:;���������������������������;��������������������������� V :J!   h  ,1 ���������������������������  an  ii  T  Willi     .,1  a 110 u  1 civ is something-cniireiv absurd, he Ihinhs.'i  *!  .--;\-s|('m   ijv vvfi'rh  "   liav   ir-iiie"  !'���������������������������  '!���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������!   im   !  0 1,  I'fli a  li/a'O spends a whole  ���������������������������'  up  his  eh.ilhes,  and   l-icn  at  m-.'.'il.  whcj*i lie i- ne!-''.   worn < ul  iu  ihe slri"-*--  le.   ! .Kes   llMil  .1,  or tnese in ew Fabrics-  They will be mailed vou bv return  .  /^ f\T- f\ ~\-i-TT-T-'v -P.r-TTn-\Tv.r r-<���������������������������t-t^ T-T-n-t r...  !i-r   |;i!'   lee  ; I   >\ 1.1    I....  !!'. (  !.,���������������������������   '!-.  :--u  !'M  ami ].\i-  pie*-] ('M.1  ;t(" iu:,er!  *��������������������������� ;  '���������������������������" 1';, \. ���������������������������   t><.  mlo a  liimv or--   !  .1 '���������������������������  mnsoii  i :���������������������������- ;  : <;iitk-i*."id|,     1  TOBRALCO WASH GOODS-In all colors; also fancy stripe.    Pr{rp  INDIGO PftlXTS-Fast dye; best on the market; SC-in. wide, p^ice  ENGLISH CHIFFON VOILES-In all Lhe new colors and. white, p,,-,'  FAST CO COR GTNGT-fAiVTS-In plains, cheeks am  t :  .0 r\  a^c  25c  he   V  IK  mal  ���������������������������;���������������������������,-*:<  w   ��������������������������������������������� 1'  ; i*' '.'n  slii'e  Sli"ll     li'i!)'  ; 1.-.   \\  Enderbv  ; s   \\\   [\  "    fl  Will'!"'  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But !h.. e;pialor in  ims ease has no .relnlion whalever ^vilh'anv torrid zone���������������������������it is more lilce lhe Arlie iareie iiVfacl.  A "ri nos. j )-.t, -5/-,  X 1J C-c;  KINDERr; A.KTEN CLOTH-A"Premier romper cloth, in stripes. TSr.;nCi    prn  G.ALATEAS���������������������������The best ih the world; stripes and plain.  NEW STRIPE IN" ZEPHYRS-All fast colors and reliable.  t nce���������������������������  5 DC  If J rouble ���������������������������comes, end  trouble wii),  _ When others HK-ke o  ones!   of ii.  Keen '>n a smiling faeo, isiid slili  Slrive on and mahe (he .best of il.  Pricey  SILK FINISH POPLIN-For Suits and Skirts; splendid colors pw:^'0  ������������������������������������������������������.... il   iL i.4^'C<5  TUSSORA SILK FINISH WASH TAFFETAS-AImoat like Silk.     ������������������  SUPERIOR CHECK VOILES-In new plain effects, all white. ������������������  BIG PLAID ROMPER CLOTH-I.n splendid colors. Price  <W <������������������J *.'  GBc  0.(r (Lj **s  a  (,(���������������������������  a  a  a  a  a  a  u  66  iC  ii  ii  ii  Ci  CC  Ci  Ci  Ci  u  ii  If "there, could  be a   more  unsaiisf'aelorv  >-oad  policy  adoobV   lhan   !ha!   in   voeoe   in   lids   l>r;,-  ���������������������������'���������������������������'nice  rl   shouhl   be  adojifc-d.   for   (ben   ||������������������e  people  ���������������������������'���������������������������.*ouid bo so.arouseO lhal  |iie-v v.-oul-i coamV  |b,V  fovernmenl   b>  I7u'.  some  bVvr  .vV;iv   p, '),;1!,(!j(". j  he   road-.     .V!   stoea-r   Su<:.  ;,   SJi:;,|;   r,)|v;.' ofo  .men   is   eimdr-c^:.   irMdhig   'e-;iV!.|   ;.,,,)   Jevedno^  1,1 "��������������������������� V  lhe  fall aud spring of iho" j  mellini; snow ere allowed  [u I  .���������������������������\r.<i  if Jhe "worst  And b!*o b  come.'v lo  ie worsl  1 1  MO BETTER VALUES PROCURABL  ftmm  :p the  road1-  ear. die rains ;a  no me nas no more n :-i in i-..  V( II.   lhere are fewer clouds, lo burs  So why nei. make lhc i*<*V '"-���������������������������'' ;* ������������������  Then learn  io leave hchin.**  A  lool Im!  walks ;  I>-V  |-... .-.  vi..-!i:i;  of V so  01   n  a) care  urns!  i'  J5Ui always make. Ihe besl of it.  !>   Mail   Order  Department  H.  vnKa*tw.Ti+*JV r������������������iw*#Jti.*.|i ;-"v i*u e t������������������\^svc;ir������������������>c.L������������������.<j4A������������������t������������������.\.������������������^i  VERNON, B.   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"WE ARE GOING TO SELL REGARDLESS  OF  PRESENT-DAY  VALUES   OUR  STOCK  OF  ' ...    D-RY ��������������������������� G O ODS  INCLUDING  WHITEWEAR,   HOSIERY,  UNDERWEAR,   TRIMMINGS,  LACE,  EMBROIDERY,   COLLARS,   GLOVES,   COTTONS,    LINENS     DAMASKS    AND   GINGHAMS  MEN'S   WEAR  O O in  INCLUDING. SHIRTS,   HOSE,   HANDKERCHIEFS,    HATS,  PYJAMAS, BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC.  Whitewear  ������������������.������������������  ��������������������������� ft  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� R  ::  ::  ::  ss  ss  ss  ��������������������������� R  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� R  ���������������������������.���������������������������  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ia  ose  c ~  Ladies' all-wool Cashmere Hose, present values, 75c and -'pL.OO  lo  clear    .' ^ ,. 4-S and 65c  Dr. Jaeger's Black Cashmere Hose, regular $L25;  lo  clear    ".....' 9Sc  Very line finish Silk Lustre Hose, Fast Dye, snap    4-Sc.  A  large slock  of Super Lisle Mercerized  Lisle and  Silk Bool  ,.    Ladies' Hose, in several shade's oi' Tans; lo clear  . . 4Sc pair  'Ladies' Black Silk Fiber Hose, your opportunity  . . . . 9Sc cair  Ladies'   Black   and   While   Silk   Boot   Hose,   splendid   viJluc;  ��������������������������� R  R.H  ��������������������������� R  Lt\CoCdL^inbl'0ideiCd NJShL Gowns' 11UKlc of finc soJ'L Nainsook;  Ladies' "colloii  NighL' Go^nsj' dainty ' ivtnS^?"* 95������������������ ^  to   clear       . to ., _������������������  iSainsook Drawers, lace trimmed; beautiful value  Cotton  Drawers," wilii' "lucks";' snap' value'".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.lie. |������������������������������������  Laches   Combinations,   Crepe and Nainsook;- these arc a snap  Li!^wl^������������������fernn  *, "**  P'1'1"8'8' '^ fo Ph^ "ancVpale blul;  legular,  -^2.00;   to  clear    - ; _ _ .-32,4.5  ���������������������������i> .  *-. -M;l  t. -..'-" I  r&--;;  Heavy Corduroy Velvet, in Saxe, Green, and Grcv; regular 95c  a  yard;   to  clear "....."       ^"~  All-wool Panama. Clolli in.sand color; to clear'   Colored  Cashmerelle;  a large range    !   ALL DRESS GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES'  [.Jap Silks, all colors; 27 inches wide  . .. 7. S    39c yard  Fancy Striped and Light Colored Silks, for waists  or, evenin."  Dress;   lo  clear    -    4QC  ypr2  Ladies' Heavily. Mercerized-Cotton Crepe Pyjamas; rcg. $2.45;  "lear    ���������������������������  T \<������������������_.���������������������������?'������������������  Embroideries and -���������������������������  rimming's-  Our entire stock of Laces, Embroideries and Trimmings, to be  sold al Clearing- Prices.  Ginghams, Cottons and Linens '������������������������������������������������������ '        ���������������������������   '  M^ hav/^on.fo^^^^   T������������������TCJlt   ^   RmCy"  MusUM   nnd ~E"*lish   CotlonfUnion  Damask Tabic Linen;   lovely designs;  regular ������������������5c vard,  /    poriunilv   al   this   price   ...7. 10   vds   for   $1.00 '    .I)Cs;   lo cIcar . *��������������������������� V.   15c  yard jPJ'e-war  price;   today   .......      ���������������������������".... 65c'yaVd  Ham and Striped  Ginghams;  a large assortment   of natterns;! Lmcn Tea Towels, made especially for A. Munro & Co |f*:,"cn   '{lblc ^"'"usk; regular 9oc; to clear   - 75c yd  lo  clear  at    _   f5c  yard ���������������������������     lo cIc.u.    *  " f ,Lxlra  Heavy Damask   J able Linen;  regular, $1.10;  'o  clear  at  Extra safl-finisli Nainsook, exceptional value  Is-'A  IrC-.W  las  I5c  yard '     to clear  ��������������������������� 20c yard Beautifully Mercerized Cotton Table Damask  -si ���������������������������  2 for 2ac j     no   clear      .45c & 50c yd*.Very line  White Nainsook,  SSc yard  .15c vd  la'a  last  ism  last  ls������������������  ten  Iv.-rf  is in  um  1*2 M  hn  \m  ha  ISA  |!*������������������  trm  lis  li'a  i>-  li'ra  I'm  1st  ������������������  I'-  la  la  Ira  I si  let  \'&  let  Im  Ik-  1st  m  tvi  1st  Ik  ���������������������������ss  Ih  In  l������������������  Id  l������������������  I'J  1^  ll  V  u  h  I*  11  ���������������������������i'fliAiijxe.ir^  V/c arc clearing out all our Trimmed Hats; values up lo 37.50;  .  Lo c,cl11' lxi      95c to 52.50  Any ot our stock of Flowers or Mounts for half prices marked.  ALL SALE GOODS  STRICTLY CASH.  Our entire slock of Lnlrimmcd Straws lo be cleared al 35c up  Children's Hals al snap prices; a large variety iu slock  Lo   clcar    25c. up  s>  en's Wear  Men's    Heavy    Gingham    Pyjamas,    in\slripcs; regular $1.75;  lo   clear     v; f *���������������������������������������������cr     -,  A.    .    ���������������������������      .. .        V   ' &*��������������������������� -<������������������& suit  Mens hue AamsooK Pyjamas; regular ipLG5; clear  ..$1.25 suit  Boys' Twill Collon Night Shirts; snap at    05c  Men's Wursled Hose; a genuine Bargain al   25c pair  Men's Lisle and Lustre Silk Hose, in Ian and colored;  worth  loday 50e, for    ,       SSc  Fine .Silk and Lisle Socks; highest grade; 3 pairs for . .$1 OO  Mercerized   Handkerchiefs,   colored   border    3 0c,   3  for   25c  Nvlufe  Cambric.  Handkerchiefs,   lo   clear  at  Men's  Hemstifched Handkerchiefs,   lo  clear at'.  Tlie Price of .these Goods  due !    Boy's Slriped Shhis, lounge collars;  ������������������������������������������������������Men's All-Linen  Handkerchiefs;  snap;   .  Boys'  Striped Lounge  Collar  Shirts .. . . ...  . . oc. each  lOc each  2   for 35c  ;\ *Se  t!>C.  Makes il Impossible for  11s to Charge  or  S*  md  *t 011 Approval  Fxtra  Value '  at l������������������.  C\ytV   * *V ���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������,*; ,' ���������������������������' 73c* ^ch  Mens Heavy "Mercerized Lounge Shirts;  regular $l.iS5;  lo   cleai-  c? -1  oc  Mens Japanese Crepe Shirts. 111 striped and plain;  lo   clear    ^j ,3=;  Men's  Fancy  Lounge Shirls:  a  snap  for       #L0')  Heavy   Striped   Giughmn   Shirls;   jusl   lhe   thing   for  summer  work   shirt    '. . , .    75 .   C.K.]1  .Jaeger Ur.dcrwear. Shirts. Etc., sit Reduced Prices  r.i'JJ:ir  Cc.Ih.is;   all   sizes;   lltryS   and   Men's   al       2   for   25c  Linen   Clolars;   some  good   shapes,   at    \   10c   each  OUEJBNTIRE   STOCK   OF    MEN'S    STETSON    FELTS   TO  CLEAR.-.AT  .,..$2.50   to   $3.50  'Oofs and ^J  $2.25 pair  LADIES5 SHOES  Black Calf and Velour Bals  ................  High  and   Medium.   Top   Tan, -.Russian.   Calf;   Button    Bals.;  ^regular  values,  up   to   $6.00;   for $3.95   pair  Tan Welted; Button and Lace Oxfords; reg. $5.50; for  ..$2.95  Black and Jan Pumps and Oxfords; selling at   .$2.25  REMEMBER THEDATE  IRIDAY, APRIL 5th.  American-made  Fancy   Pumps;   smart  style,   at  Colored Poplin   Pumps ".   "Women's   Black   Shoes,   with' rubber  heels,   al.  MEN'S   SHOES  HaiTs-Patent Oxfords, worth  up  lo S(5.00:  for  Tan and Black Oxfords, worlh, up  to' $5.'">(), for   $2.50  af $1.50  pair      $1.25  .$2.75  $3.50  pHHBHHBHBffi^^  KM  SO  jaru   sa..  ���������������������������073"  KM  '   VSZl  ���������������������������   _<%  rest  tea  a'st  ClfiS  KN  U.M  Ea  MM  f&'tt  w'n  is*rt  an  wa  V'.yi  yS\  nut  ia.-i  U'l  u;s  _n  a'a  ������������������a  ci'r-t  na  K'������������������  at*  nvx  K-FA  Bi "M  aa  c?s  HOT  K15-X  s'B  ran  te"3  KM  a'a  RC3  K.7I  ������������������'������������������  s?a  n'n  "ejs;  e:'s  CSiS  i5*a fi  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  Boost your cily, boost your friend,  Boost the lodge that you attend,  Boost the street on which you're dwelling.  Boost the goods lhal.'you are selling.  Boostpthe people round about you,  They might get along without you,  But -success will quicker lind them  11" they know lhat you're behind them.  Boost for every forward movement,  Boost for every new improvement.  Boost the man for whom you labor",  Boost the stranger and the neighbor.  Cease to be a chronifi knocker,  Cease to be a progress, blocker, ������������������  If" you'd make your city better  Boost it lo the linal letter. ���������������������������Exchange.  "URGES  COW TESTING  Manager   Okanagan    Creamery  Makes a Liberal Offer.  '���������������������������! beg to urge upon the dairying  EASING UP WASH DAY  Valuable Patent Being Put on  the Market by Local Men.  Four   vears    ago,    or   there-  section the ���������������������������importance of inslilut- ahouis, Mr. J. Pilkington made  ing a thorough system of cow test- j pjs fn-s|. efforts in the. evolution  ing for the season now opening, j 0f u Avash-day burden bearer  The necessity of eliminating Hie I tliat is destined to become a  non-p-aying members of the herd j great blessing to every house-  needs no pointing out. Iu these '7vii'e fortunate enough to obtain  rave> times   it  \l\-i absolutely   im-  onc>    Since that time he has im-  ARMSTRONG  SCHOOL  "Reports for March Showing the  Standing   of   Scholars.  Division   I���������������������������Standing  in   Class:  Margaret  Milchell       77.G  Marjorie Dimock    :������������������������������������������������������ -72.7  Rita  McDonald       72.0  Edith   Li agings       08.5  Ada   Burnstill       00.1  Cordon   Patten       0-1.7  Nellie Wright       <>2.Q  jMargaret Adair       02.  Ixdia   Empcy         50.3  Neil  McDonald       57.-1  -Grace  Bailcdge   . . - .'   "Mussel   Cooney      Annie   Gibson      Ellis   "Unas       "Viola  Gregory      Emmy   Morgan      Clara  "Watson      Leonard   Eckford       Thomas  Davis      Stanley   AVaugh       "Wilson   Cross      Alice   Banham      Evelyn  Murray      Thomas "Fowler      Ei-aik Wright      Beriha   Wilson       Roderick Finiey      Valborg -Killleson       55.0  5 4. P.  53.5  5 3.-4  51.  50.2  00.0  -10.0  '���������������������������18.8  .-17.2  "-17.  -15.S  4-1/  ���������������������������12.-1  ���������������������������11.1)  Allan Patchett, Muriel Somerset,  Willie Stokes, Arthur Thomas, El-  ma Binkley. Norma Mass, Evelyn  Patrick, Willie Teward, Harold  Chambers,  Peter Tinchrocb.  Div. VII; Begularily and Punctuality���������������������������Helen Becker, Helen Best,  Eva Clayton, Irene Gamble, John  GrinLonJ Ra-'hel Hope, Charlie  Howard, Billy LemLke, Lila Wit-  ten, Harold Naylor, Ere (I Norman,  .lack ��������������������������� Scott, Perris Smith 'Percy  Ada Somerset, Nellie Genard, Agnes Thomas, Charlie Wagget, Ted  Chambers, Grace Hutchinson, Jack  Lembke, Willie Boss, Henry Peck,  Cornelius  Tinchroeg.  Must Think Seriously  The average Canadian household  today has been but lillle afl'ectcd by  the������������������war so far a.s food supplies arc  concerned, and for tliis reason too  many ol' us. do not fully appreciate  the seriousness of thc situation at  home���������������������������as well as overseas.'-  Meal!ess days and olher regulations  already  passed   may  reimnd   us  of  Marv  Austin  Division   II���������������������������Proficiency"  Molly' Holliday      Basil   Bailey       Hazel   Boss      Bealricc   Milchell    ........  Milliard   McCallan      Jean   Stokes       - Ei-ncst   Fletcher      Barbara   Piggolt       Lucy   Waugh       Harold   Sncesby       Louise   Killiesoi.;   Eddie" PaUen       Frances   Swanson ;   Grace   Wilson       Bernardine   Cross      Leonard   Wood       Elbert   Aslin       Cyrii   Tooley       Willie   Phillips       .lack    Ratledge       Irene   Eckford     ���������������������������? .  Ada   Warner    . .'   Dale  Milncr      the necessity of being economical  but a feller understanding i.s necessary if we are not only lo save at  home but also lo-economize sufficiently lo permit lhc export of thc  necessary foodstuffs wilh which lo  help iUI the already grcally depleted  larders of our Allies.  The principal factor, if the effort  at greater prod ncl ion is to bc sue-  ccsssful. is to have sullicienl farm  labor I'or seeding and the harvest.  VrjiThe land i.s waiting���������������������������hut we must  ,������������������j'p j have farm help lo work i".'.  Vy, j Greater production is only pos-  ,1'V' ; sible through augmented labor facilities and wi'h thc drain on our m -n  power through tiie call for fighting  men: the call of liie munitions plant  periitive that every means be adopted to increase production. This  cannot be done^by keeping a cow  whiciv eats; food value equal to its  production and in many cases nol  producing a relative amount. If a  thorough test is kept (not a cornea-day go-a-day system) it Avill surprise more than one farmer ut thc  number of non-producing coavs he  has bcen keeping, instead of passing them on to lhe butcher. (As t  understand, the provincial authorities call for 400 coavs before a tester is appointed, but in our case  perhaps this i.s rather a large number to guarantee and as a result a  cow-lesting association seems a  tiling for the future. To get us  moving toward a permanent government appointed tester 1 am wil-  ling to do all possible to assist and  Avill only be loo pleased lo offer  my service free in testing farmers'  cows from one upwards. The cost  Avoud be negligible but the results  Avon Id be considerable in enabling  the farmer lo 'know Avhere he Avas  getting olf at.'  This .offer docs not apply to  Creamery patrons only but to all  i\nd sundry who have lhcir herd's  interesl suilicieuil.y at heart to lake  lhc small amount of ex Ira effort  req|!ired. I have all the necessary  equipment and will be glad to assist  in  every Avay  possible."  M. B.viev  32.4  74.0  -70.4  OS.4  58.4  515.3  53.7  52.8  52.5  51.3  50.0  40.0  4 ". O  -1   / . . )  4 6.4  44.3  4 0.7  ,'38.5  36.7  33.0  30.0  PATRIOTIC FUND  Do you know lhe local branch,  of lhc Canadian Patriotic Fund is  today making-: grants lo families,  children and individuals���������������������������dependents of our soldiers and sailors,  whose loyalty and patriotism enable you lo carry on your everyday occupation'?  The Canadian soldiers overseas  expect ihat every Armslrong and  Spaihimchecn citizen Avill nobly do  his duty at home, by giving liberally, of their monies to con lin tie the  good work done in lhe past by the  Canadian  Patriotic Fund.      ��������������������������� -'  If you have given monthly, keep  proved on his first effort, and  now lhe article is duly patented  in 'every nation where clothes  lines arc used. Mr. Pilkington  has been joined by Mr. P. H.  Murphy0 of Enderby, and novv  these men arc manufacturing  in a small way, at Vernon, lhe  appliance that is going to mean  so much lo thc homes of our  community and land.  The appliance is a clothes line  pully which hangs parallel, and  makes it possible for both lines  to he used. Thc clothes, pinned  on the line, can be run around  lhc pully, thus making it possible for any article on lhc line  lo bc taken olf without having  to remove thc rest of thc washing hung on lhc line. "They  call Lhcir patent thc "Tryme"  pully. and arc now preparing  a sales campaign that will introduce lhc pully throughout  thc Okanagan.  The patent ollice highly complimented Mr! Pilkington on his  in ven lion. Like all successful  inventions, lhe pully ^ is very  simple in" construction anci  operation. The parallel lines  are held in position \by two  pully rollers which are hung in  such a- way as Lo prevent any  slipping off of  the ctolhes 'line.  One "musl see "lhc pully ih  operation to understand the  principle on which, it operates.  But if is sure to be. a winner.     ,  The "Wall Street Journal thinks  liie Russian bear looks morc like a  daschvtnd   every   day.  The Joy of Motoring  1ET the Ford car introduce you to the beauties  i . of Nature and the outside world.    Let it  <** take you into the country, or along the  lakes where the air is fresh and sweet.  A.Ford car will open up new fields of pleasant  possibilities for you and your family and at the  same time serve you faithfully in business.  No -jloubt you have felt the need of a car���������������������������  your wife has often said, "I wish we had a car,"  so why not buy one^now ? There is no other car  that gives such good value for the money invested as a Ford. This is why the Ford car is  so popular everywhere.  The Ford is powerful, easy to drive, economical, enduring.   It is the car you need.  - $575  - $595  - $770  - $970  - $535  THE UNIVERSAL CAR       One-ion Truck $750  F. O. B. FORD, ONT.  MACK & RANDS,    Dealers,    Enderby, B. C.  Runabout  T������������������    c  curing   -  Coupe  Sedan   -  -  Chassis    -  D. C. LEARY,  Dealer, Armstrong, B.C.  rr  Division III���������������������������Punctuality and Regularity: Guy Bray: Edith Cross;  Ernest Empey; Clarence Eletehcr;  "Marion Gi'inlon: Theodore liamil-  'lon: Stewart Howard: Ivan Iiun-  ���������������������������1er'; Francis kijdis: Flora McDonald; Bert Xapper; Harold Palchelt:  Jennie Peters: Sarah R:*<ss: Toin-  3ny Thomas: Beatrice Wilson: Earl  Young: Carl '"Ma a.s: Janet Freeze:  Irvina Hamilton.  Standing in  Class:���������������������������1. Bert Xapper:   2.   Carl   .Maas:   ?,.   Winnifrcd  "McDonald:   -I.   Calverl   AVagMel:    o.  ..lan.cL .F.re_cze_;,_ li.__Mar.i(M-ic_..Freeze:.  7. Guy Bra>: 8. Harold Patcheit:  i). Dorothy Wa.^tl: 10, Irene  Stokes.  nnd othcr war-time industries, ihe;" "/->  fanner- finds himself so short of begin again  help lhat even to bring his crop  prodiiclions'up to ordinary'standards would be a hard task. But  ordinary standards will not suffice.  Not only must wc feed Canadians at  home, but avc must feed our Canadian boys overseas and also nelp  feed the-pcople lighting side by side  with oar men. With lhis end in  view and with a full understanding  of all -ilic conditions prevailing, the  Canada Food Board i.s calling upon  Ihe oider boys of lhe Dominion.  you   have  dropped   off,  Do  not  wait   to  be  canvassed.- .,   -  President. Reeve Keary; .".secretary, A. E. Morgan'; treasurer,  Mayor "Wright,  .'     -  After Optical Business  Canada in the War  The  Mr. TT. S. Timber!akc has been  up.proachcd on sever;;! occasions  to Avork thc Valley optically and  has decided lo do this, and Avill  work every? tOAvn from Salmon  Arm''' lo Benlictoii. Whal prompted  Mr. Timberlakc in this- decision is  lhal  there  is hardlv anvone in the  ])i=su!ution   oi;  Partnership  Notice is hereby given that ihe  partnership* existing between .myself and George Rands in the Garage business under the style of  Mack &. Bands has been dissolved,  solved.  .���������������������������Ml debts owing to thc said partnership are to be paid io George  Rands, to whom [ have disposed all  my share in lhe business, and ail  claims againsl lhe said partnership are to be-presented lo-the said  George   Rands  Ha-  whom   the same  o  will  be settled.  Daled   at   Enderby.   B.   C.   lhis  3rd  day  of April,  1918. ���������������������������>  EDWARD   JAMES   MACK.  tper 1-1. G. Davies, his counsel.  Unreserved Auction Sale  pr^**^MM***M W ��������������������������� i ������������������ aiv^iMHicMriM^kjrMRC nuu-ra  I have been inst i itc'cd by lir. K. A. Mack, (who  is   yoing   to  Alberta) to sell by public auction, at his  Livery   Ham,   Enderby/- on  Saturday, April-6th, at l.30������������������>.iii. sharp  All ill p stock of his Li wry Barn, consisting of, wagons.   Buggies. Cutters. Democrat. Robes.   Implements, "etc.   and   one  Ford Touring Car in first, class shape  *��������������������������� C*  Terms, Cash  !v  Valley   fully   qualified   lo   do   this  magnificent   qualHv   of   lhe   v.'cri:   and   in   many   cases   people  have eilher had to come to him or  :;o to the coast. Mr. Tinvberlake is  purchasing a car for lhis purpose  so will only he away about two  days from his slorc. The slore  will slill be open and Avatch repairs and repairs of all descriptions will receive the prompt attention lhal has built up the reputation of the firm of Timberlakc,  -So n���������������������������<,v^8or"     Division  IV.. .������������������.rd  Reader���������������������������  Edna   E i nglands   Hul.ii   Thomas       Dor'.Ihy   Thorn:.'.'-.       2nd   Header----  Howard    Armslrong.    . .  Yell,"    V/olU r,       Douglas   Hubert sun      V ������������������������������������������������������ Sr.   2r  ���������������������������cd    Wai-:..:i  :   :*.   F'aI������������������t  sacrilice made by Canadians on the  "Western fighting front is pretty well  fixed in  Ihe minds of all who have  followed thc record of the war, says  the New York Sun.   The offering of  10.000  lives  at   Ypres  alone  was  a  glorious deed, bul'11 has  becn  followed  up by lhc steady support of  llie Dominion wherever cabled upon  to carry arms.    Moreover, thc sup-  TT^t^flTO^lTy^CT'mTfrll^  is not to be considered less impor-  i lani    than   her   faithful   service   in  | France.     We  are just  beginning Io  | realize,   in "the   L'hifed   Stales. 'Iioav  330   integral and necessary a pari of'the  Dissolution   of  Partnership  Notice is hereby given lhal the  partnership of Dill Bros has been  dissolved,  from  April  1st,  1018. _  All accounts owing the said firm  should-be paid forthwith, to E. B.  Dill or F. i>. Dill, al their established place ,of business. All claims  against the said firm must bc rendered lo Ihem before Ann! 3D, 101S  F. B. 'DILL  I**   13   i^i rr r  Enderbv.   13.   C."April   -Uh'  IMS.  CITY OF ARMSTRONG  Beard of lieal-ih  Soldier's Home Comfort Club  Pa per  Wii n.lecl.     The   col iec-  ling" unci shipping-of old papers  SANITARY NOTICE  _ Noljce is hereby _gjyen to prop-  "efly owners "ahd^lumselWiTl^rf-r^iTf  the* cily. iiiat ihey are required to  remove all garbage and refuse, etc.  from lhcir premises forthwith, and  keep  Ihem   in  a  sanitary  condi-  ;o  Hon  hereafter.  Any  person* guilty  of  an  infrac-  3Mjwork  of war  is  the  industrial  and jlaS, *^Cn   ll'anS'7VV<7    '''O'"^  ^3lc ! Hon of lhc provisions of the Health  2S:i Veonomic and financial work which     ^d   Cross   lo    he:,Homc   Com-   By-law is subje^^a fi,ie^   .io.00  I is done far back of the fVhting line. I  .art... .-tl.uk      At ...prcscnl. anouL  3_,_2      ...,;,,    Ll^'-'^   l^lv Cl^rk  si.-i   -n,..  ,i'nvniiri'h ..���������������������������������������������,;>!  v.���������������������������,;i;,��������������������������� ��������������������������� ;.r  nS��������������������������� -hull   t\   au*Io;ul   ol   pnpor   is  on   L-_.-1~~~ZL ���������������������������. ���������������������������~-���������������������������=z=S======^.  i\   airlor.d   of  pnpor   is  on  "Divh.ion  Win n if  Wat-.'in  Jr.  2nd.   I  cirii:   2  d.    IU-.-wi.-r  3L")   The  devotion ant!   sacrifice, of  llie  30-1 ' Canadian- people a'l   honie ii as l/ociVy-'VV!  27<;;s-,g,-pa! asiocouHnand unquaiified | a   ^i; ^nlhlly V;)liciIs   Iho j 20-kailwav A v,.,* Xc-ar  C.P.R. Depot  j   jvilied .in* splendid rclnevemcni.and \ l,)* (1" t,nn   coluu.ii,   .s-:iieius.   ut'. ( .......  The club bus lliis work  ) .(.;-'illi\  n-irr-VMlinn hi.s ,.,.."! W-ojKTUlion / ol  W'. i I   11  -ad! r  C!<m!  .i,  'A I'lla'-cr.  .   !'i-:<<..,lina   Mi  lira-.:   3.   Ernie  .:!���������������������������.���������������������������'.Klanci  <!���������������������������  -.i \  lin.  Agn.-s   Ran!  Make!    Cl-:yh.ii,  Walter      Cir-d*:.  IMarie  Hiiinillon.  Roberl   i.  Erncslir.;  '^Hiy.   V.':  .(h's-irud.--  Collo-l  "Ftm,-!:--!  jVO.35.  a.u,  11.:  Ch) It.  i;.  /.'<  Elsie      (">  ���������������������������:=!ik   H  Tdahi-l .Lin  ucnlgcid.  inf.. sn,  11 lersoii,  a.'I.'ni'raiifin.  lias.    incidcntaUy,    broughl     anon  '/"ali Hying   coiis-'cjuuii'-e-;  r-.unilies and  individuals.In a won  il has paid them wc!!. both  in <  '���������������������������rcle . result''   i'i,r   v.'-;r   sujqdic-  a'l   !:!nds   and   in . lrainfaining  l.'cl!v-''i:*;g ihe ger.erai morale of  civilian.  all  those  v.-ho j  patirrs.    Members.  Dash Kaiser Bill  will snve oi<  lo   co!n-VVI" i'!,l!l>('1  I-11"- R'UH'r on  n cer  'loin day Vk-I) nini-lh.    l).-iic will  be. ;'.nnou!!ce<l  Inlcr.    1-iense re-  niendjer lo save papers.  dmdy Ral;l"." The .Club desires lo <*x press appreciation  and. .Ibank.s lo iSiv. Sawyer I'or  a 'box of ctndy donnled for a  re.nie.    The proceeds sun aim led  Mini*;  nil!  lie:  i.-  ���������������������������iCil.    I-.'/lO!'    I  tsi.'n,    Wii-."ifred  Wilson.  I'ris'-.ncrs  S/.'���������������������������!���������������������������)'.  ir-H.:  he cj-'.ndy AViis won  ;is  ���������������������������r  ISS.   i .������������������or-  WlllS.jM  ..March.  Tuesdays  Wednesd:  "r.\   gciliu.'.  dav.  R  \.  is  I)! v: s: i  Arthi*.;  <>ivni ?  !-'ii-.f i  Ilcl'.-ii  Th  !'inkle.  \;-  !lT  i I :  f;  lev  cr.  A !..  ! I'  Alien  -ci   i-'i:  est  (\v  - r  '.:.'���������������������������  ! i 1 !v'  in\s <.  _   \r  >rc jv.ei  ys   are  morc  heallc;.  lu-lii-.-  '���������������������������'    ('i     ii'  ms   ar:  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'-.'!    pel's'   i'c  .'SS.  l-estlc  a Less  ea  ch  >y '��������������������������� ede \vor;!cn.  Menii.-ers pie':se i-e in ember  the nexl meel int;', Vv7edhcstluy  evenin*'". A*oril lOlb.  C  I.VI--K    IMPf-.S.  e*N^sui.:icr skins  WI'XiT..      I'I'll,  TALLOW.   IIt)K>lv   IJ A IK,  ul.li    AI-'I'u   TSICICS.   KUIMIKU!*.-  SCK.VP    JriSTAI..   SCU.M'    IRON".  i:.\e.s. ic.S''.s. I'Ai'iiK.  M.so   m;;i>osr-:  oi-'   i.had  CIHIM'LMK  STOCK   .  w :���������������������������:  IM<  :.M.r:���������������������������\.  '.'al.les:-:,  Suffr.  .���������������������������men  igisis  (,S  have  irinv  ior  in   llie  lie   agi-i;  done  in  ji'anaio  I'm  labor.  Lniled  .'���������������������������iiitur.  KnS  Si ales, |  ii work I  md and i  .���������������������������onian's \  2  ���������������������������!!o  ���������������������������vise;  R2al  Estate and  Insurance Agent.  Auctioneer and Live Stock Salercan  iVHMSTiiONG, ii. O.  V   1  4-  erenant  The next time, you re.quire    Z'l7&r~f^  anythiiiiV in   Commercial     '_^Vs\/^jf������������������  6M  fern.  Printing���������������������������  Letterheads  Loose-Leaf &  Standard  Billheads  Envelopes  Circular Letters  ~~T31isi nslTs^CBTd s~  Etc.,  Tell us your needs ancl let us give you an estimate on the  cost      We can give quick service and produce Job Printing-  that satisfies, at live ancl let live prices.     Phone or write.  THE WALKER PRESS THE CARY PRESS  ..!:.,...; ..^Enderby Armstrong  Don't  simply  "WATCH  "US  GROW"    bul    ralher  GROW."'    Until Turlhcr notice we will pay���������������������������  SO cent������������������ per pound  'or P.iiMcrrat F. O. 13. anv slalion in the. Qliansigan, delivered at lhe  'voamrs-v or O/liice ni the Secrelary. Wc pay all Express charges  in.-l   return cans free.    Cream to be   shipped   should   lesl   at  least   oi)  i)er cent.  I   hale  lhc D-  A-.a:!"idian   li::-:h  sc-!!o'  \vir.x  insir;!:'!ii.!i   in   il  !ir::i|.:S.  ;;n:|   ;[   i,   i-Jsn  !:  Hohcrl:  Gibstm,   ik-h  Is are now  c .la;)ancsc  cin;; lauglil  V VlVeM'l'n!:-! ���������������������������.--.   ^.-1<   for  our   IXVK.V- Wffl   t   *  , i< ia  !i::i:r  m   liie  minlarv  !!!..  hoois.  nit:-: ���������������������������..-.   ^.-1<   for  our   IXVKX-  i\'ISi''i:..v,-hic]i will bo sent free.  SLVxnox & "SLyiiiojr.  36-1   Uriivfci'iiv/ St.j ���������������������������IViOii':^:.!  Won't yoe try m ad. in tiie ."..Commoner?  it pays others���������������������������It will pay yoia.  V/ ITHURSDAY.
OKANAGAN  COMMONER
4
Wool Growers' Association
Conservation in the Kitchen
Tlie following are some of the
[recipes used by Aliss Olive li.
'Hayes, the. government war-lime
(cookery expert, whose demonstrations here a few weeks ago greatly
lintcreslcd tho women of the dis-
Jlriel in the (] nest ion of thc saving
|of food:
Jiran  Loaf:    2 cups bran, 2 cups
[wheat  Hour,   !6   cup sugar.   Vi   cup
raisins. 2\/n Icaspoons soda, 2 table
[spoons sail.    Sour milk to make a
������������������!il;c   in   a   mod era !e
one
-Plow, Plant, Hoe
day
h
el'orc
Surveying the bread   supply  the
'world   over,   the   New   York   Wall
| Street Journal lolls us lhat the pro-
! ducts of Argentina are for lhc most
part unavailable, because of lack of
' shipping, and adds:
]     "The Uniled States, Canada, and
j India are lhc only exporting countries in thc group reported  by lhe
' International   Inslilulc   of   Agriculture.     Their   estimated   crops   will
fool   up   lo   1,2()!),()'J(),000   bushels.
jTh'.s leaves about IJUO.OOO.OOO bushels in the crops of lhe Entente and
inner oi
tlie   small   neutral   countries.     To-
Ihick   ballei'-,   na
oven    and    keep
Mice Miinins:    1  pint soft boiled ' aether,   Ihesc  countries   bei'orc   lhe
rice, 1 cup milk, 2 eggs well beaten   w-.u- consumed an average oi 1.2o0,-
1  teaspoon  butler.    Flour lo make  000,000   bushels
a  thick  baiUM'.    J3sike  in  a  modcr-J Now-' lhc>*
bushels.
are
of   wheat   a   year,
short    050,000,000
"Lord    Mhonrlda- visualized    the
situation in  fewer words when he
in  a
alo oven.
Corn Bread: 'Y\ cup corn meal,
Ihird teaspoon sail, -Ticup Hour, :}\ ,
cup milk and walei- mixed, 3 leu-.1*'1'* l������ the Unilcd Slates: Unless
spoons sugar, 2 tablespoons short- .vou can send us 7o,000,000 mishcls
cning or butter. Melhotl: Mix ancl *'c ���������"������������l hold ollt untl1 >'������1"" unn>*
sift '"dry ingredients, add liquid
nnd beat smooth, add melted fat.
Bake in a well greased shallow pan
20 minutes. Note���������Split lefl-over
picccs.  butter and  brown  in, oven.
Boston Brown Bread: 1 cup rye
meal, 1 cup cornmeal, 1 cup graham   Hour,   1Vi   teaspoons   sotla,   \
\ is ready lo strike.' On the basis of
prewar consumption ancl reserves
250,000,01)0 bushels would represent
the limit of wheat America could
supply. This e'ounriy has already
passed its limit and Canada is being
swept clean". What dependence can
be placed upon the other exporting
leaspoon sail, ."/, cup molasses, 2 countries in the present state of
cups .souj- milk or 1';',  cups milk or] shaping? Vnce thc ������'"st oi^January
Australia    has
3,380,000
water.    Method:    Mix and sift dry!""������������������������������    'u,'V.'';hi,\^ ftAn ,
-ingredients: '  add     molasses     and , b"shcl*>���������Argentina   3,080,000,   and
milk, stir until well mixed, turn in
to a greased mould and cover -with
light   fitting-  lin   or   brown   paper
lied    down   lightly   ancl    then'top
greased    well.      Don't    fill    mouds
more  than,'Iwo  thirds  full.    Cover
closely     in     steamer    ?>Vi     hours,
where water is boiling rapidly.
��������� Corhmea)   Biscuits:     1   cup  corn
mcai. -1   cup   bread   Hour,  one  lea-
spoonfiil   of  baking  soda   and   one
leaspoon   .cream    tartar,    ���������'/>     teaspoon   salt.   1   tablespoon   shorten-, |o "the'Vnrmers ������nd","ns a nation; hoe
ing, about 1   cup butler milk.  iFnlt   plow and planl, or our soldiers fight
,cup sugar and .1  cup raisins, and.l
India 800,000. Almost enough to set
the tables two days, shipped in six
weeks!
"These are the facts.    They lead
to llie conclusion tha'i since the war
began a food crisis has been slowly
developing. A famine in Europe i.s
a possibility this year. Should the
war alst through the next year the
situation will be more perilous. The
farms and gardens of the Unitell
States and Canada are ihe hope of
thc world.    We musl extend credit
While there appears to be* mere
prosperity   in   the   Dominion   than
there has been  for sonic time, the
people  of  Canada  must  remember
that "prosperity  is   only   temporary
and thai al any moment there may
be    a    slum])    in    the    commercial
world.    This is lhe opinion of men
who have been in touch with Canadian    linances    for    many    years.
They argue that the present highly
satisfactory    conditions    will    con-
jlinue only so  long a.s  thc demand
for  ships  and   munitions   is   maintained.    There is plenty of money
��������� in   Canada,   and   the   banks   were
never  in   belter  condition   lo  meel
lhe  demand   I'or  money  lo   finance
| various   undertakings.     "But   many
I people have yel to realize." recenl-
' ly said one. "the necessity of cui-
: ting down their rations.    While the
'situation al present i.s not one that
need   give   any   alarm,   it   calls   for
morc     careful     handling ' of     all
classes of food on the pari of each
jman, woman and child in this Do-
' minion.   -Greater   co-ordination   is
, required   in  order that there shall
be   greater   economy   iii   all   directions.''' '
Crops this' year promise to be
magnilicant, and prices are certain
lo be maintained all round. Bul it
mi!si. not be lost sight of that this
prosperity is to some extent artificial and, in enjoying this temporary prosperity, the people do
not fully realize the necessity that
exists   for greater economy.
Large storekeepers are warned
against overstocking at prevalent
high prices as the day might come
sooner than expected when the
prices of those goods would go
down with-a. rush and merchants
would be- left wilh heavy stocks
on iheir hands and n-.usl sell at a
loss.
be=used to make tea bis-
m  vain.
yo
Couldn't Die Without It
Mrs.    .Toh'nscn���������"How    does
feel dis mawuing, Joe?"
Mr. .Johnscn���������"I feels bad;���������
mighty bad! I wish dat Providence would have mussy oh mc an'
take inc."
��������� Mrs. Johnson���������"How canayo' ex-
paict it to'ef yo' won't cake the
doctor's medicine?" .
egg may
' cuits.
Oatmeal Cakes.    2 cups fine oatmeal,. Vi    cup    flour,    1-third    cup
shortening.     Vi     teaspoon    salt,    a
pinch   of   baking   soda.     Method:
Mix soda, sail, meal and Hour. Rub
in  shortening  and  make  inlo  slill'
paste with boiling water. Turn out
on a hoard with some dry oatmeal.
Cut in  four.    Moll each piece into
a round.    Cut in four and bake in
a moderate oven until light brown
in color.    They may bc rolled out
very thinly or he left about Vi inch
���������Ihick according to taste.
Baisin    Brown    Bread.     3   cups
graham   Hour,   1   cup   Avhite   flour,
?>Vi    teaspoons    soda,    1    teaspoon
salt, t cup molasses, 2 Mi cups sour
milk, ���������'}'������ cups seeded floured raisins. Combine and heat well all ingredients except the raisins which
are   added   last.     Put   batter   into
greased   moulds     (1   lb   or   Vi   lh
baking    powder   tins     arc     best).
=Go ve r=-w-i t h=1 i gh Uco-vcto u_gueas.Ci.l_
paper tied down tightly and steam
1 VI   hours, then bake f> minules in
oven.
Corn  or Johnny  Cakes.    2  cups
corn meal, 1 cup white Hour, 1 cup -irnn
sour  milk,  1   cup  sweet   milk,  1 V_ ' "P lo  lMU
want
Subscribers
Can we get tftem?
XSVWm WE CAN ! .flJ3J4> JJS. .^j, yqtjb fflJENPS
THAT WE NEJSD THJSJR HELP. TPJ^ THP1 WtfAT W������
AJty TO PO, AN������P ASK THEM TO FORWARD. T������E PRICE
QF A YEAR'S SUBSCRJPTION.
OR S������NP JJS TflE NAME OF FRJENPS TO WHOM VOU
WOPU) UH& TO PAVE US SENP A SAMPLE COPY, OR TWO.
WE SflA������J_ BE GMP TO SEND THE COPIES, ANP WE
WIW. DO OUR OWN TAUKJNG.
^"'^Wc^are-inslilutiii^
c   C.   iiay,   district   or-
le  Canadian   Co-opera-
G rowers'    Association,
visited Armstrong lasl wejk looking
into  the possibilities of organizing
a   branch   of  the   Co-operaave   As-
ociation  here.    Explaining  to  ihe
Press  the  purposes  ol\. the, organisation  Mr.  Hay said  that the  Canadian   Co-operative   Y\"oo]   Growers
Limited  is  a joint stock  Company
if Canadian wool formers, formed
some few weeks aDo at a delegated
convention of wool growers in Toronto     The shares in the. company
?,re valued at SI0.00 each and only
wool   growers  are  elegible to  hold
stocky  Payment for stock  is made
as follows: 20 per cent.with application  and  the  balance on  call  of
the directors, said calls not to exceed   20   per   cent   and   not   to   be
made    often er    lhan    every    three
months" until amouni subscribed  is
paid   up.     Shares   bear   interest   al
the rate, of G per cent.    The sale of
shares is in charge of the directors
of lhc diU'erent  provinces.    All ap-
Mccilions   for  shares   in   the   Okanagan   district   arc   lc   he   made   lo
Geo. C. May, Director, Kamloops.
The purpose of lhe organization
is to protect lhe interests of the
wool growers as a whole. Provincial organizations have been
successful bul by co-operating
still furlher it is believed lhat better results will be obtained. It is
also believed that a central organization of this kind will have more
weight in dealing with matters
which, affect the sheepmens' interest as a whole. Furthermore, it
is believed that this central organization will have greater weight in
dealing with factors which militate against the interests of wool
growers in Canada. The proposal,,
"that all Canadian wool should be
embargoed," ought to receive an
expression of opinion3 from the
sheepmen themselves. Such an expression can only be brought about
successfully by a Dominion-wide
organization. It is therefore hoped
that every wool grower in this province, as in the other provinces in
Canada, will familiarize himself
with the workings of the company
and realize lhat it is to his advantage to connect himself with the
organization which has becn
formed purely and simply for his
benefit a.s a wool producer.
K2BSES5S
Charles Lamb was once asked lo
say grace at a dinner. lie was surprised! and asked: "Is lhere no
minister,, prcsci-t?" . Ke was. told
there was not. "Then," hc continued, "!el us thank. God."
Wc want to ixdd another two hundred names to thc list before lhc end ol* April.   We can do il!
By lhc end ol' 1918 we want to bring lhc subscription list
Wc can do il.
teaspoons   soda,   Vi   cup   molasses,
The more subscribers wc have lhc belter we can make the
Vj  cup sugar. 1 tablespoon butler, (j)MpCr.    ][ wjn heip ule advertiser; it will help thc buvcr; it will
1' teaspoon sail, one egg.    Method:; jiejp .,n 'roUnd.
"Mix   cornmeal,   Hour,   sugar,   soda
There  is   mutual advantage  in   lhis  co-opcralivc  business.
Each, helps'llm other, and. is in turn help by others.
Individuals knocking each  olher don't lead.    They always
live! come up al the tail end���������nnd gel oil' there.
Where Ihey should.
Tlie subscription price ol' the Commoner is $2.00 a year.
To all now subscribers and. all old subscribers who pay onc
year in advance from the 1st of April, UJ1S, wc shall send il for
tlie special introductory price of $1.50.   ������
Remember, this introductory price is for thc monlh of April
only.   Thc price of newsprint, and thc advance all along the line
irintcr's supplies,   makes  thc  $1.50   price  a   losing business
! of pri
and sali together. Make holes in
center, add molasses, butter melted
sweel milk and well beaten egg-
Mix thoroughly and heal foi
minutes. Bake in a Hal greased
baking lin in a hoi oven about .'15
minutes..   Serve hot wilh butter.
Potato Cakes. 2 cups mashed
pola.tocs, 2 cups Hour, 4 tablespoons dripping. 1 leaspoon salt. 2
rounding teaspoons baking powder, Vi or !>i cups grated or shred-
ded cheese   few grains of'cayenne j pro%)osition.    frui ,vc intcm,  lo  ajvc  you  ten  fold  more at  thc
pepper, milk to make soft  r ough., fefo      {cc t} ,uwc       t ]lcrctoforc at thc $1.50 price, so
Sif   Hour  baking powder and salt;   ^    ^ g(je thflt ^ wm b(f ahcad in tJlc en(K
add potatoes, cheese and dripping; | AU pakl l|p subscriptions to thc Enderby Press and thc Arm
strong Advertiser will bc filled by the Commoner.    To all sub-
Com-
r re-
continue a subscriber.   By the end of April we hope to have a clean,
paid-up subscription list of 900 or 1000.
It will be better for aM, subscribers, advertisers and publishers, if it is so.
Won't you help us to make it ?
*.. Address���������
��������� :;v,:.m^-        walker* caey,^
Either Enderby or Armstrong.
MADE IN
ARMSTRONG!
Udies* Suits ."'
R?en*s Suits
CJotlies CUnnefl, presse4
Altered an4 Repaired
Atpx. mm
J. Z. FAFJCS
��������� a, mm
.makes y
grow ������Id
It's the time you lose in the
ordinary run of business by
hanging on to out-of-date
methods.
Our   LONG    DISTANCE,
lines   are   at your   service.
At a moment's notice
you can get a "clear
track" over hundreds
of miles to the ear of a
friend or business associate, and  you can
knovv  in   a minute
what would otherwise require   days.
Give it a trials   ���������
THE GKAKAGKN fELEPKCNE CGKPANY
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-Shoe Jgepairer
nib   well   together;   add   milk
Some women exhilarate one like
a glass of old wine; some chafe
one like a badly laundered shirt;
some soothe one like a pipe of tobacco; some affect one like an
aching tooth at three in'the: morning- '       ,-_."���������...:
Every class of repairing clone
Hand shwu work a spucialty.
Come in and see   my  special
lint:s of boots und .shoes.
"Leckie's" Byst in   the   West
in niciny varieties
Also many other \vt;ll   known
makcis in stock
The Shoe Hospital
Armstrong :-: 13. C.
. TRY THE NEW
War Rrrail
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Star Bakery
Armstrong. B.C.
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**    To think about Spring Cleaning, we have a plentiful supply  of
all kinds of
*&.
X Sofijfs,   Washing' Powdorst /"AwwoTifir
r;. j������owc|or������   J^ye, Po|}t������liin8T Soups, s^qvo
X Polishes,     Jirooms,    HruMit?s,    Wops,
4 l^lquitl   Veneer,    O'ceclar  Polish    ������Hf|
-���������������
S-l~
su
Verlbrite i^iiriiHure Venoil.
Our prices a������*e right-   Our phone number is 28
The Armstrong   Grocery Co.
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m**4    ,
OKanag'an Garage
Phone 77 Armstrong, B.C.
Agent for McLaughlin, Dodge ancl  Chevrolet
Automobiles.
REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED
Tires, accessories, oil, etc. alwaj's on hand. Storage
batteries recharged. Prestolite tanks exchanged.
Fairbanks Gas Engines. J. I. Case Machinery.
"Storage."   Use our free air station G  OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 191S  \ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������..  Two loenl Chinamen were taken  before Magistrate Patten last Friday on a charge of disturbing the  peace,;, having been found fighting  in Chinatown. They were fined  $10 each.  CLASSIFIED ADVTS.  I-'OK SALK-���������������������������I still have some Victor records and hooks io sell.  Mrs.   heighten,   Knderby.  FOI-i SAI.K���������������������������Young pigs. Apply���������������������������  A.   W.   liunler,   Armstrong.     .'M-l  WAXTKD���������������������������A maid. Apply, "Mrs.  Van   Kleeek,   Armstrong.        3-1-1 f  "WANTED���������������������������By n young girl: house  work, to he done by tlie day or  hour. For further information  apply lo the Okanagan Commoner ollice. . 3-l-tf  FOH SALE���������������������������200 100-lb sugar  sacks at 10c each. Dill Bros., Enderby.  I PAY CASH for POULTRY  and EGGS  Shipments solicited whether  large or small. Remittance  made on day of receipt ol" goods  at prevailing market prices.  A. E. SAGE       Armstrong, B.C.  EGGS FOR HATCHING  Pdiode island P������������������cd Eggs, for  setting, from prize winning  stock. "   Write or phone���������������������������  L.  E.  SMITH  Armslrong  BULL FOR SERVICE  Registered ' Holstein Bull, with  grand dairv records. Service fee,  $2.00.   "  TURNER   &   DONALDSON,  Enderby.,-.  HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE  From S. ,C. W. Leghorns of hest  laying strain, having made a  grand record for'lhcir "poultry  vear. $1.50. per setting of 13  or $8 per K)"0.  A. C. FULTON Armslrong  FOR RENT  OR  FOR SALE  20 acres land. 3'/l> miles from  Armstrong: 7 acres cleared and  plowed; -I acres wheat; well  watered: good house and ham.  JOHN  MOOR  Armslrong  TAKE  NOTICE  f wish to give public notice tliat  / am no longer manager of thc  farming operations carried on al  [he Schuberl farm by Sing Lee Co.,  and will noi bc responsible for any  debts contracted in connection  therewith  after this date.  VVAUGH KING.  ._-Vrmsjrprig. ,J3.,f������������������._Ap.rj M ,_101S.   Take advantage'of our weekly  shipments of fresh fish.  GEO. R. SHARPE  AVirOLFSALE - META1L BUTCHER  SECRET  SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.  S. H. SPKEKS-  \V. *M.  Enderby Loclpe No. ���������������������������!(���������������������������  Regular nit-'t'tiiiKS first  Tliursilay on or after the;  full ni'juti sit S I>. m. in Masonic H.m.11. Visitinp  brethren cordially  invited  C.  11. REEVES  S ccretr.ry  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, X. of P.  Moots every  Monday evening  in Masonic Hall.    Visitors cordially invited to attend.  CHAS. nAAVINS, C. C.  H. M. WALKER. K. R.S  11. J. COLTART. M.F.  TALK ON  CONSERVATION  Mrs  Muldrew Speaks Clearly  on the Great Work of the  Canadian  Food  Controller.  The assembly hall of the Enderbv Fortune"school was well  filled" Tuesday afternoon to  hear Mrs. Muldrew speak on  the dillicull and intricate work  of the Canadian Food Controllers oflice; what the Food Controller was called upon to face  when the war broke out, and  how thoroughly the work had  been carried out.  Mrs. Muldrew was in close  touch with the work of thc  Food Controller, having been  called in to;, assist the Department early in the organization  of food control work, and the  information given by her,  showing how the many problems had been, tackled by that  department and the success  .which had crowned thc efforts  of the Food Controller, was intensely interesting, to all. Mrs.  Muldrew told of the harrassing  experiences of the Food Controller early in thc campaign,  when he found it as dillicull to  meet the demands ol" hosts of  well meaning people who gave  "freely Iheir advice, as it was to  satisfy lhe jobbers who seemed  lo be" laking advantage of conditions lo increase their profits.  Mer speech was not one of exhortation, but in a simple,  clear-cut way shc forced upon  her hearers thc recognition lhat  condilions are indeed morc serious than ever thought of before, and Die realization that  any waste in thc home of a  single ounce of bread, or bacon  or beef or fat of any kind is a  crime against the community,  thc  dominion  and   the empire.  In view of the vital need of  England and her European allies for cereal J'ood^and for bacon and beef and all fats, it was  no longer a question shall we  conserve, but rather onc of how  much wc can get along wilhoul 'in order to increase our  contribution to the needs of the  Motherland.  Tlie Food Controller was not  making any demands upon lhe  homes of Canada, but ihe department relied upon Ihc-honor  of lhe mothers and fathers of  Canadian homes to induce  them to go as far in their determination to save foods as the  government had by law compelled public eating houses lo  go. And,hin view of ihe saving  already noted by the department it was "evident thai the  confidence'of the -Government  had not been misplaced.  Thc saving in wheal in Canada, said Mrs. Muldrew, had  been less lhan was hoped for.  This was accounted for by I lie'  fact Thai wc cannot get corn  and oilier cereal substitutes as  readily as the people of the  United Slates have bcen able to  get them, with lhc result that  our people arc demanding  and' are getting, a belter loaf  and morc while Hour than our  neighbors. But, the speaker  "said, wheal flour is now the  most precious thing in Ihe  world. Not onc spoonful should  be wasled. Italy has only 40 per  cent of her normal requirements; France i.s living on lhe  smallest possible ration thai  life can be maintained on. Tlie  situation is grave; thc men cannot he permitted lo have lo  fight in the trenches on shorl  T"a"li-oiTST1^l"i~i-h"c"}*i-i1a-i-hiiS7"^'e_ca I r  do  noihing.  Speaking on llie question of  lhe government's success in  gelling upon the ma licet a sufficient quantity of fresh fish,  the speaker referred to the experience: of Toronto in this  connection, wherc lhc sale of  fresh fish increased from 12.000  pounds  a   week,   lo   00.000   lbs.  She urged lhe development  of a food conscience in every  hwine: also the planting of  increased gardens. Another  means- of conserving, said-Mrs.  Muldrew,    is    Ihe    com muni tv  IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW  "*������������������<>������������������'������������������3  _.\\v_\  n^MmsTsi^  lAW"  ������������������.  It is manufactured  tobacco in its purest  form.  It   has   a   pleasjng  flavor. -"���������������������������  It is tobacco scientifically prepared  for man's use.  canning  factory, where the  women of the community assemble during the canning  season and put up their vegetables, fruit and potted meals.  She pointed lo several communities lhal had bcen very  successful in thc pasl year or  two in developing this idea.  While0 there was not likely  lo bc any serious shortage of  sugar in Canada, Mrs. Muldrcw  poui led fo the fad that it' every  home in Canada saved only onc  pound of sugar a day, it would  mean that one ship per day  could be withdrawn from the  Cuban trade and diverted lo  carrying supplies  to the,Allies.  FOR SALE  Strawberry plants; live of  thc best known varieties for  shipping. Price $10.00 per 1000  J. DEMOREST,  Box 83 Armstrong  MUSIC CAN TALK  ���������������������������toyoti in tones you in tones you  can not fit il to understand. It  "Cheers up" and yon feci better.  It ssivs '"Wake up" .'im! vour mind  is more alert. The ViCTROLA brinjis  the greatest music of the whole  world to vour home  New records  and  sheet music al  ways coming; in from time to time  Use Tungs-Tone Stylus Needles  . 5. BEST  Armstrong, B. C.  -V*  #  su  -���������������������������>  c-4*  su  su  -1  .-1.  St*  ���������������������������ih.  -1.  c$*  Su  Su  Si*  -r *? *r *ir *fr  && *T *r *ir *r *r *i* *fr *sr 't"Mr ^ V  WALL  PAPER  We hare received our line of 1918 Wall  Papers.  "Is there anything you can put on your  xv alls that make your homes so attractive  as chosen wall papetS "  "Thecosjt of really good wall paper is  indeed slight when you take into consideration the service if performs as a setting  for every other article in the room. "  Prices range irom 10 cents per roll vp.     We have some  special bargains in odd lots.  Sherwin-William Paints and  Varnishes, Japalac.   Ala-  bastine there arc othcr finishes you require now.  w  ���������������������������'!���������������������������*  Si*  Si*  ���������������������������3:  NSacfW We Co. ltd.  CORNER HARDWARE ARMSTRONG, B.C.  PHONE 33  ������������������   > ��������������������������� ,;  -,   ���������������������������������������������   ���������������������������<   <*. -*. /������������������. ju -* iu^ -^ -a;'- -^'���������������������������-"������������������������������������������������������* -.-?=} ������������������& <&< -3* <������������������* ���������������������������$���������������������������  ^*  v*v  X  O  H<3  i   FOREMAN & ARMSTRONG  9  THE STORE OF VALUES.  0  A  o  Our New Spring Range of  Middies and Wash Skirts  Have just arrived.   Now is the,.time to  seleot your  style and  size���������������������������ejoods are scarce.  Ladies' White Hosiery in cotton,   lisle and   silk.     We  have  a  splendid range line, '.. 3 pair for $1.00  White Canvas Shoes for women.    8 inch top  in low  and high  heel.    White canvas strap slippers.    See our styles  0  5  i  i  1  Made to Measure  Clothing.  See our  sample, cloths��������������������������� these are  a  very  large  'and   oompiete range  at  prices which are reasonable.  Prices from  $25.00 to $35.Q0 Suit.  A fit guaranteed.  Stock Suits  Extra good values; sizes '46 to 4-1.  $12.50 to $20.00 per suit.  0  Men's Waterproof Goats  Special $4.95  Willi!"*!   "3ll[lllllllim:  .S.HIIilUUUilll.,  U'llllllK       ,11111 ._  . Niiliinlninluililifl  ^Ti.Niliiiii^iri !l|i'!i\  ''-���������������������������iiiiiiHw-i^iiiiinrV,  ..j9  IKrIX  lll|ll>  Jllth  *i>ll^  "llUll>  mill !>  ..-.IM>'  ���������������������������vsr1  i i ������������������'k     ^  MADE -TO - MEASURE  CLOTHES  FOR   MEI*  \  FOREMAN a ARMSTRONG  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  0.  *mt   -  I  5  o  V  0  \  0  I  0  i  i  i  o  ) H. S. Timberlakc B.O.. Graduate Optometrist |  Graduate  of the  Northern "  Illinois College  Ophthalmology  Otology o������������������    .>  Chicfigo.  Graduate  -���������������������������   of the  Canadian  College of  Optics.  I)  0  0  5"  ft       ' Are you suffering from headache or in any--way troubled   with |j.  I) your eyes?    If so, come and consult me.    I make  a  thorough. re: 9.  (i tinoscopic examination.    Children's eyes receive careful attention. Ij  9 An exclusive optical parlor with all modern equipment at   ��������������������������� ' j]  0 -  S Timberlake, Son & Co.  Armstronq, P. P.||  >o  .()  '<)<  X).  >()'  >()<  O  'C  "Commoner" want ac}s. tripg results  ������������������)"S=>-o������������������;  >()<==.<)<?==><)<===>()<===>C>������������������==><><===><)  ���������������������������CO  j  We stock Oils & Greasesf or all Purposes  at the following prices:  Ell'cclo Aulo Enamel; can bc applied by anyone; leaves a  perleclly smooth and glossy finish, and will nol crack.  $2.50 worlh will repaint your car complete.  Numidian Aulo Oil. $1.25 per gallon    from    lhc    barrel;  $1.05 in 1-gallon tins.  or  :>o  ll  i  8  V  Water .Glas!  iy early,     [)  Frocure your supp  J-jv liurchasiiisi early, the      fj  reliable brand put up  by the ���������������������������  NATIONAL DRUG- AND    jj  CHE.MIUAL-CO. ^  (j  E. X. ABBOTT  (j Drugs, Stationery and  IJ Tobacco.  H        AEMSTRONG-.'B/O:  To the Dairymen  S,ll vour poorest cow nnd buy    ..    SHA'^f    5^^  -   . Ymi  ,--;11  u.ive monev    and     labor.       J ncsc     iil^  ^'l���������������������������f!piV.��������������������������� 'i n.������������������l ������������������rr& ������������������ki.nmln������������������ machine over ln-  v, ,'led -nil lhc sin.i.lesl nnd easiest lo operate and to was i.  We will 'deliver this machine lo yon and set ,t i,p m your nulk  77Z, .fl,c S we'have'on^uu, is so.d oul the prices ou new  *ltcZnl ^cesll7l!^0S35.00 and ������������������100.00. Let us have your  order NOW. ,, .  A new shipment of KOOTENAI KANGE^an^na^,  ware   and   Tinware   is  We handle the best in  Cleveland Standard Bicycles  Price, $50  KOOTENAY RANGES and Enaroel^ ^ Q^ sLockof Bicycle supplies will be in about April 1st.  due thisweek, direct from the 1 acory We Vvill be able to supplv you with inner and outer  every line, at the lowest market prices. ^hQ^ sa<jcueSj bells, cement patches, coasler brakes etc  save ^dollars at the cost of 25c or 50c.  0  i  o  ^ -  o  #���������������������������""*������������������  t  I;  .t.  ��������������������������� ***  >0  0<  >0  0<  hi  O   9  =5   O)  Fulton Hardware Company, Ltd.  x ,  ��������������������������� -i-i- c,.���������������������������������������������  Hir. rt^oni lvmd soan..25c       Sliptivilv Cup Grease in 3-lb tins    75c tin    H      l|  []���������������������������simimir^^G^^^Tv^^,nrssA   ^ ^sh i^tin cPtAiarpoiisii vtt::::;t���������������������������ln-25c1^nrcr50^BoMcrHrH  y       Glosso, thc greal English mclul am. biuss polish    ... ...-oc ^^ ^^ ^ ^ Uns  ,i  a   . _..-i.      u���������������������������  .,,-.,-.1^/1   K\r   Mi-wnnr-   lo.flVCS   i\ ' fl

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