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 ARMSTRONG.  B. C.  ENDERBY,  B.C.  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND ARMSTRONG ADVERTISER.  Vol. XV., No. 32, Whole No. 754  ARMSTRONG. B.C.. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 1918  Subscription. $2.00 ber vear: 5c the copv  Enderby and Armstrong  Will Have Joint Tuitors  KILLED ON DUTY  On'  Flight-Lieutenant J. M. McCal  lam Meets With Fatal Ac  cident While Flying  meeting  Friday night a public tory that Vernon was nowf Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McCalluni  Avas held in the As- anxious to secure them for their of Armstrong received the sad  scmbly Hall of the Enderby' entire time. This change, if n0Ws this week of the death of  school to consider the advisabil-. brought into effect, would leave their son, Flt.-Lieut. J.M., -while  ity of installing Manual Training ' Armstrong Avithout instructors, on duty as fcrrv pilot operating  and Domestic Science Jn the necessitating the giving up of between England and France.  Public School and becoming tlie classcshelcl there unless En- Jhe accident occurred oh. Aug/;  partners with Armstrong in en  gaging  I derby would join with them and 8th.    Thc hcartflt sympathy ofthc services of instruct- j obtain  other instructors  to di- the comnuinitv goes out to thc  ors. flic meeting was addressed I vide their time between the tAvo stricken parents, \vhohave been  by Mr. John Kyle, Provincial Or-; places, and hc earnestly trusted residents of Armstrong f  ganizer of Technical Education, | that Enderby would co-operate, cral years. , :  and  thc  reasons5 for  commen-j and   so   secure   for   its'school      Fit-Lieut.   McCalluni  ring lhc work at thc beginning population  thc inestimable ad- years of age.. He sp&it  of the school term were forcibly vantage of this form  of train- or two as a printer in thc  stated by thc speaker. "      ing. besides helping out the situ- User   office   before  joining  Wc must give the rising-  era tion lhc type of training suitable to thc limes in which avc  JUa'C, said thc speaker.   The peo-,  pic. must bc  trained  the raAV resources of  Armstrong City Council  Hears Many Letters  V  At the regular meeting of the the purpose of taking action to  Armstrong City Council, held in diminish the'loss.  ! the City. Hall on Monday eve- The clerk Avas instructed' to  ; ning, a letter AAras received from, write Mr. Daykin that the coun-  'the Armstrong & Okanagan cil could not undertake tlie  iLand Co. regarding tax arrers,' whole expense of the sideAvalk,  | in which it was explained that and that the amount appor-  i steps Avere being taken to make tiohed   to  his    property   would  mg,  gen- a tion in the neighboring town, colors.    Hc enlisted,in January,  Acting Mayor Coltart said that 1917, and after training in llie  as far as he was aware  there living schools  in  Ontario,'  was  was no one in Enderby who was laken overseas.    Owing to phv-  to handle j opposed  to, the training which sical disabilities hc was not per- to Mr. and Mrs. P. L  the Prov-jthese classes A\<ould afford, but milted to take front-line work,!of. Enderbv as'follows:  payment of these arrears and  asking thc council to allow fur-  then time.  Another communication AA'as  read from Mr. G. H. Meredith,  wriling on behalf of Mrs. Alice  Kenneth', with, regard toa the  sidewalk aidjcining? her, property  on   Okanagan  street,   and  "H.-hc en-  incc. Without a knowledge of j there was a difference ot opin- but was put at thc most hazard- closed Military Medal 'awarded  chemistry and metallurgy/ rich |ion as io whether the town ous work of piloting machines'to No. 81299 Cpl. W. I. Garratt,  mineral deposits arc but so could afford to increase its ex- from England to France, and is forwarded to vou in accord-  much'worthless rock. With un-ipenditune on the schools, this bringing the damaged machines lance with his wishes. In for-  traincd    brains    and    unskilled llcm already consuming so big from France to England for re- warding thc Medal it gives mc  a proportion ol the revenue.       .pairs. Hc frequently crossed the sre-at7pleasure to convcv to vou  Mr. Kyle submitted figures to Channel four limes a day. | the appreciation of the Hon."the  show that Willi the aid ol  thej    Flt.-Lieut.   McCallum   passed Minister of Mih'iiS of thc gallant  Government,  arrangements arc,through   thc. Armstrong   High!conduct of Corporal Garralt, to  possible whereby thc necessary School  and  later  he  took   the!which  I wish  equipment   could   bc  provided cNorma 1    course,    securing    his  and   the    teaching    carried   on teaching certificate.    He taught  from    thc   rc-opciung   of    thc j one term at Lansdowne, and a  schools ncxt month to the end Vear in the East Klowna school.  of   thc  year   for   the  compar-;A young.man of sterling char-  ativcly  small  sum   of  $350.40, jactcr. hc had a host of friends  and lhat the teaching could be; throughout thc district.  One j  hands thc fertile soil, limbered  land, watcr power, and mineral  deposits must forever lie idle or  bc ignoranlly squandered.  The concrete evidence of the  effect of education in increasing  industrial eflicicncy is oArcr-  Avliclming Avhclhcr considered  from a national standpoint or  from that of an individual citizen's.  The    phenomenal    industrial  n     xu t  r������������������ , saying that he had. written Mrs.  Cpl. W. I. Garratt ]Kennedy, iioav in England, ask-  Thc military authorities write'ing  her   authority   to   pay   thc  Garratt j amount    apportioned    to     thc  property.  Mr. C. T. Daykin Avrotc regarding the same sidewalk, saying that hc considers the council  should replace the sideAvalk at  no charge to the property.  congratulations  to  add mv OAvn  amount, to only $27.  On motion of Aldermen Creed  and Gregory, tlie Mayer and  Aid. Fraser were appointed delegates to the annual meeting of  the Union of B. C. Municipalities, Avith Aid. Halladay as reserve in case either of the for-  .mcr Avere unable to go.  i Aid. Halladay reported for  the board of works that a sum  of $350 had been spent1 out of  the appropriation of $500.  j    Aid.   Creed, ���������������������������for   the  finance"  committee,  said  that  tlie committee.^considered   that  it   was  time to collect the poll and dog *  taxes    and    suggested    that   it  , would bc Avell to appoint a collector for this  B.  n,. . e .,    TT .        c  ~ tor this purpose.    It Avas  lhc secretary of thc Union pf>rcsolvcd that Ald. Creed should  C. Municipalities wrote ask-* sclect a man to do the work on  He Answered the Questions  ing the council to appoint dele  gates -to the annual meeting to  hc held a* Penticton oh thc 18th,  19th and 20th of September.  Mr. Wm. McNair Avrotc with  [regard to*A\rork done in fixing.a  success of Germany is thc direct continued  throughout  the  sue-]  ccedmg year   tor   the  sum  ot  $676.00  result of her educational system  As a' result of industrial training Britain and Germany put  .four times morc labor-value into their manufactured articles  than the United States. If America only equalled these two nations, instead of'manufacturing  goods to the value of twenty  billion ^dollars, she would increase their value to eighty billion. For this 'reason the'United  States of America has laid down  an cxtensiArc educational policy  since--her entrance into, thc war  which has for its avowed object  the increasing ancj improving of  production.  Britain and France have determined an a progressive move-  inept for the training of adolescents, for they are convinced  that education > a paying investment-   ,  . 1 TJie educated mind is the  greatest producing agency in  the world* without which fertile  soil, timpered land,and mineral  deposits are only usejess material. The country ihat fails to  appreciatively train its children  doom them to industrial sub.iu-  , gation hy those from countries  'that do give such training.  A resolution was proposed hy  Mv. C. p. Winter, and second  hv Mv*. A. Peeves, "sactioning  the Poard of School Trustees to  establish Manual Training ancl  =^Pomestic^Scicnce=in^the^puhhc  school of JSnderby at the com-  picncemcnt of the school session." it was unanimously  adopted.  AcHng-Mavor Coltart ablv occupied the chair and introduced  .the speaker. He declared himself in hearty sympathy with lhe  work.  Mr. Rosoman explained the  financial situation of lhc city and  the movement was supported by  Bev. Mr. Gretton and Mr. D. J.  Welsh, principal of the high  school.  JSnderby Council Approve  A special meeting of thc City  Council Avas held in lhe Cily  Hall on Monday evening lo take  up lhc question of Manual  Training and Domestic Science  in lhe Enderby public school.  Avith Mr. Kyle, representing the  Provincial Educational Department.  City Treasurer Rosoman, being/asked what amount the addition of, one mill to tlie school  tax would bring in, replied that  one mill would realize, on the  present assessment,. the sum of  $619. Acting Mayor Coltart re,  minded the council tliat,-owlSf^  to -��������������������������� thc maturing, during the  present year/-of a $2,000 issue  of debentures, there would be a  small .reduction of taxation on  debt account; and that, therefore,'a slight increase on school  account would not he severely  editor  Guide,  Al\rina,  Vancouver,  Miss Mary P  arriv<  to be  Jtiihe.  teaching   school  McCallum will  thc same terms as last year.  Loan bv-law No. 57C Avas'put  through three readings.        '  The   council    went   into   thc  matter of the report of the inspector   of    Electrical   Energy,  new   hydrant  in   his  yard,  de- and after careful consideration,  ie possession or a naval jCliiiina to pay for same as he and with the advice of the sup-  in   kan   b rancisco   is   a  considers   the" property  should erintendent* it-was decided that  sent   to   a   young jlllvc tjlc hjxlrant for fire^pro- as much as possible of the work  who  had  cn-jtcction. ���������������������������      :,...-. -     1 recommended  should   be done;  .       i fr n        Mr. F. Timberlake, Avriting ihcprovided    that   sufficient   help  ......    ..   t������������������oug,ltluI1y.respect to tax arrears, asked for could be obtained, and it .was  iforwarded it to the young man further- time'in'which to make left in the hands bf the cKair-  1 and it found  him '  In Ih  officer  istcr, Mary P, is associate 'gucsUonoirp  of   the   Grain   Growers' ?.on F������������������������������������������������������"coan  Winnipeg, and another, ^cd before it was mailed  is   teaching   school   in ',oslal authorities  ,'e in Armstrong this week, 1 , "r.1?. ?j ]  e with her- parents a short _um\ll ?  fighting  in payment.  France, already a soldier, but he  in  man of  tlie  of the  light, and  Avater-  "- Enderby Patriotic Fund " ''"-  The treasurer ~ of the Canadian Patriotic. Funda acknowledges the following *contribu-  tions received, since publication  of the last list:  ftev. J. ft. Gretton -..9 500  A report froirv the.Provincial committce,_to get the required  - ���������������������������  "     -j   *."    ' ��������������������������� J  the council'  sat down, answered all Inspector of Electrical EnergyVhelp.  the.dratt questions .andmailed |was received, aivina numerous I : Mr. Berry asked  A.  Peattie  ftev. J.\A. Pow .  A;  Jfteeves      A. Jeeves'.  haing   1.00  9.00  2.00  2.00  1-.00  $20.00  "PwW������������������y Pp<jr* flaw**  The matter was discussed at  considerable length, the council'Mrs  finally; concluding tfwt, as the Wss  amount require*! to provide for  the classes to the end of the  present year .was so small that  Jt would  "neither  make   nor  hreajt" the  city,  it  would he    ^Jl Jovers' of the works of  well to  grant  it.  leaving the Charles Pickens wiJJ have an  question of making provision opportunity to see his greatest-  Jpr. Wje cwmog ^ar to be set- ������������������\ Tale of Two Cities"���������������������������in th<  tied  later on;    Tiie following pnderbv Opera House, Wednes  resolution Ayas accordingly put day nightvAugusf 2Jst.  upon the niinut.es, aimed with-1 day night, August 2?. \William  out a dissenting voice: ^Tliat: farnum in the dual role is seen  WC * * ------ -.  ki   -. - - - . t   t   ^    ... .was received,; gi\ring numerous i    ___          ���������������������������_ _        _ _  the, document back to. Uie pro-|sniaH ^^^ of work .suggested to approvelhe amended plan of  per authorities.-  These are the;foV the safety of tlie plant and;Map 637^'whichvhc put in on ac-  f>,s-' employees. V j count of there being an error in  A letter from  the Attorney- the-.original'plan..-The request  General's department explained was granted. -" ,   ,  sr=   c  the enormous loss to the coun-! On motion of Aldermen Creed  try through fires, and asked the. and Parks the report of the  council to appoint a delegate to finance committee was adopted  the bureau heing formed for and the accounts .ordered paid.'  sanction the School ������������������oard!at his best, abby suported hy an  :eedmg with the proposed excellent cast of Fox players.  ���������������������������������������������.i TVn.,������������������������������������������������������,T n���������������������������,i f^m������������������i.-. jee ^^^ ^e Armstrong manager, portrays the part of "Gas-  par," the French vagabond. This  is a guaranteed attraction. Po  not miss, this-wondcrful-picture.  Admission. 25c and 50c.  proci  Afanual Training and domestic  Science .Classes, at an expenditure not exceeding the sum of  $350.40."  . ftomantic jpscapade  Provincial Constable Patten  intercepted a J|4-ycar-old Heroine of the Saddle "on the road to  Salmon Arm a few days ago and  thereby spoiled what promised  to he a romantic career. The  young lady "lifted" a saddle  horse from a ranch at Okanagan Landing and was on her  way to Salmon Arm. Where  shc intended to go from Salmon  Arm she did not know, but shc  was going somewhere and from  lhis point she was going to send  lhc horse home. She was  equipped Avilli a loaded shotgun,  a lariat, a skillet,a cup and a few  of lhe ordinary things to cat,  and three or four dime novels  of the Kit Carson type. When  placed under arrest lhc young  Miss Kit fought like a tigress,  but shc was finally brought back  to Endcrhy and lhe stolen horse  turned over to thc oavii cr, avIio  came from the Landing to get it.  ������������������������������������    NPWS ANP VIEWS     Cg  86  Mr. Kyle appeared before the  council and placed before Ihem Canada is to havc a new lhree  particulars of the classes it Avas,ccnt slamp according lo official  proposed to establish and urged announcement. It Avill-be sim-  the council to inaugurate the ilar in design to the curj'cnl Iavo-  classes here. Pie explained that cent stamp but Avill be printed  at the present time Armstrong in broAvn instead of red. Post  and Vernon are sharing the ser- office officials are instructed to  a ices of two instructors betAveen "dispose of all one and tAvo cent  them, but that the results of the j "Avar-tax" stamps none of Avhich  teaching had been  so satisfac- will be used again.  The W. M. S. will hold A  social on the laAvn of Mr. G- JL  Gamble on the afternoon and  evening of Thursday, August  22nd. Refreshments will be  served.  The funeral cortege of the 7.-  000,000 men killed in this war  Avould reach from Paris to  Vladi\rostock, if onc hearse followed the "other.���������������������������Berlin Tagc-  blattc.  x  Wc are facing an epoch of international and private hatreds,  reinforced by a desperate struggle for economic advantage.���������������������������  Shailcr Matthews.  St  JS  The first carloads of this season's Avheat were shipped from  Armstrong this week. It netted  the growers $70.00 per ton.  It seems inconceivable that in  this day and age, human beings  could crucify,- droAvn, tear to  pieces, burn by -wholesale, .other  human beings.���������������������������Armenia  sr  Aeroplane ambulances are  now in use on the western front.  questions and the San Francis  coati's answers:        .    . V  Q'.���������������������������������������������Are you ���������������������������anrexpertin any  occupation?,.       V  A.���������������������������Fgbting-Huhs with a bayonet.  Q.���������������������������What language do you  speak?  A.���������������������������Pidgin Vrench.   .'  Q.���������������������������What enterprise are you  engaged in?  A.���������������������������Fightina Huns.  Q.���������������������������State the name under  which enterprise is conducted?  A.���������������������������European war.  q.���������������������������WhatJs produced hy said  enterprise? '  A-Hell.  Q.���������������������������ffow many persons are  em ployed in _ The plan t where  you work?  A.���������������������������Ten million.  Q.���������������������������Are you engaged in agri  JJNJQN JfPN'S SJPJS  Al? Returned SpWJwi.Nit Jfow$-  A returned soldier was given    -.,.     . .     .. -  ,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������. ..  the floor ������������������ a WS nwetlM of the C&K/fe ^&2WSSS  committed by our.officers.in,the  discharge .of their functions, we-  helieve that we are capable and  broad-minded enough to talce  measures that may in our opinion seem necessary, witbouMhe  tyetaj Twtfes Council at Hie ������������������a-  bor Temple, says the Vancouver  federationist.  He informed the  delegates present that the Great  War Veterans' Association did  not endorse, the action of the returned soldiers in creating a riot  idations from the JManufactur-  ers' Association, Poard of Trade  or any other outside hody."  Taking a >irro Hand  Speaking in connection with  the spirit hack of the recent 24-  or  C"a!^fjowfnf *No fail's jmnd: ������������������* Fr������������������<lay a,n<!i s-������������������twrcfay.   He honrstrikb in Vancouver the B.  - - a|so mtormed the council that C; Veterans' Weekly Avell says:  from what lie |vne\v of the other i "This has got to stop. The tem-  rcturncd men's organizations per of Vancouver is aroused,  that they Avere opposed to the Hie .citizens of Vancouver may  action also.   Private Pcvcreaux, .have been recalcitrant in  their  Q.���������������������������Are you an employee  head of the enterprise?  A.���������������������������Pear of the-enterprise.  Q.���������������������������State what kind of farm.  A.���������������������������poor farm.  are you engaged in?  A.��������������������������� Pigging trenches.  Q.���������������������������What is produced by that  branch?  A.���������������������������Shell craters  Q^\y j w I-k|.a n^ 0f^^  leader of thc mob. is not a mem-1anything that savors of disloy-  ber of any of the Vancouver i alty or mockery at those who  branches and his actions are vig-.are endeavoring against many  orouslv condemned on all sides, idifficulties to do what they con-  It is alleged that he has becn sent sider their duty to their country,  q. State   the   number   and;'lcrc for "1C purpose of creating is going to be quashed with a  kind of livestock on the land  A.���������������������������Crumbs   and  other   Acr  min, including Huns.  Q.���������������������������How  many persons  on the land?  A.���������������������������None, very long.  live  fled Cros* Pance  Thc big dance  given  in   the  AA-alon  Theatre Tuesday night,  by the Armstrong Band, for thc .Vancouver,  look a stand at its  trouble among union men. His fir.!?1, hand. In limes of war.  actions would certainly lead one patriotism should bc a fetish to  to believe that such is the case, the people. The socialists in con-  He Is hobnobbing Avith thc pluto- trol of the Labor Temple have  crats \yho arc back of thc dis- for far too long dragged the  turbanccs and appears to be a name of patriotism in the mud.  -nan who could bc used for such , There arc too many followers  a purpose. ;Of the Goodwin type in Vancou-  The Boilermakers' and Iron v������������������r, but they arc either going to  Shipbuilders and Helpers Union, stop this sort of thing hereafter  Avith a membership to close to or Vancouver is going to be too  fifteen  hundred  in   thc  city  of hot a place for Ihem lo live in."  benefit oi lhc Red Cross was, a 'regular mccling last Mondav to  decided success bolh financially j Uic cllcct thai il was quite cap-  and artistically. A great num-'abic of looking aflcr its own af-  bcr from Vernon. Enderby. and;f.,j,.s 1)m| f]j(i ,iol w.lnl anv ,.lbor  Lumby and the surrounding 'employers bulling in and"telling  district were in evidence'.Special |hcin Vhat thev should and  mention should be nuif.c ol lhe 'should not do. "The member-  supper served by Mrs. Maundrell s|,jp js firmly convinced that thc  Mrs.  Andrews   of  Enderby and ivenomous altitude ancl tactics of  a few labor union haters was the  Mrs. JR. W. Kelly, for the Bed  Cross. The next dance which  will bc given by the band will  lake place in about Iwo weeks'  lime, notice of the exact date  will be'.published, later, for lhe  benefit of thc Home Comfort  Clid).   It will be an "old .times"  cause of Ihe action of the returned soldiers lasl Friday and  Saturday.  The following resolution was  moved and imanimously endorsed:  "That  in   thc  Substitutes for Wheat  A supply of substitutes for  iAvhcat flour in Canada is being  rapidlv augmented. The Quaker  ,Oats Company of Petcrboro installed a mill recently to produce cornmeal, ontmcal and oat  flour at the rate of 7.000 barrels  a clay. Two mills to produce  200 barrels of substitute flour  per day are being installed in  ! London and Penetang,  tivclv.  respec-  opiiuon  of  the  dance, when all of the old times;membership of this organization  dances Avill be given, and all the! we have Uic ability and-wisdom  old times dancers avi'II be in evi-,to conduct our own affairs, and  dncc.   A big lime for all. - (should any mistake in policv be  A tutor who tootled  the flute  Tried to tutor two tutors to toot;  S������������������id the two to thc tutor:  "Is  it  harder  to loot,  Or to tutor two tutors to toot?"  a'*M  'V- V  je'S*  * -  *   ^~  --1 -/  t* <-?'*?���������������������������  i%  K.X"1  ^S-,f  "r  -7- r-������������������y  ������������������.  ,  *;.J  . * -    l  -/.--������������������������������������������������������ "iV?  ,,'"? '\������������������-  '- - !*;-;  *   -*  '-"*  A J  ���������������������������   i  :. -it,  ,          \  > ~ s-���������������������������  \    fj  -   >r OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, AUGUST 15  1918  Summary of Fruit  Outlook for Dominion  The monlh of July has been'  j unusually rainv in eastern Can-  lada, especially during the first  two weeks. The development  o'f apple scab in Nova Scotia has  been thereby encouraged, and  except in orchards lhat have  been kept thoroughly sprayed,  the quality of the crop is not as  good as it Avas in June.  ^'tput will eoual lhat of 1917.  We consider this doubtful, even  Poor Peter  allowing  ior new orchards coming into bearing,* and admitting  lhe possibility: of the fruit being  of larger size. The Jonothan is  one of lhc most popular apples  in "the Okanagan, and probably  has been more heavily planted  than.any other; a light crop of  BUNSHTNE SERMONS  Cb������������������������������������rAil QmMjuic* to * HavmiBt, MaattM* IJfc  By xhm phUo������������������oph������������������-Pty������������������ki������������������a  9BORGB   F.  BUTLBR.   A.  kL,   M. D.  8ur*i Yeu cant amll* and  frown or lauflh and groan at tha  ume time, and do either on* ao  one could notice It. 8 ml lea and  groans are as Incompatible aa  castor oil and rain water. And  the smile Is the stronger of the  two. A smile or a good hearty  laugh clears the mind, tones up  the body and adds grace and  beauty to the face. No matter  how despondent you are, If you  will force yourself to smile' life  will soon look different to you.  Smiles beget cheerfulness, and  without cheerfulness there can  be no healthy action, physical,  mental or moral.  Tha person who carries a  smiling countenance, keeping  his troubles to himself, ever  finds a welcome. He makes a  host of friends, and Impresses  others with the belief that he  must be successful in order to  be so cheerful. This fact inspires confidence, and he consequently makes his way in the  world where another with more  brains but less buoyancy fails.  "The glad smile that makes the  face radiant Is but a glimpse of  the soul's sunshine," and in order to be healthy we must have  the warmth and light and radiance of the soul m well as-that  of the sun.  1 Smiles lubrisattt the machinery and disp������������������l friction, pro-  . mote health ancl all the inner  forces by which life is sustained.  If you don't <se*  like smiling,  6mile   anyway   and   try    to    acquire   the   cheerful   habit.    The  more   you   sm'.le,   the   less   you  rwill   groan.  ".In  Ontario   the  weather  has 'Jonothan  must  mean   a  heavy  n^^e^ i^n^v S^e^ outside ofearly, varieties,  particularly in the Niagara pen- and possibly Mcintosh all yai-  EEuta"Site tender fruits 'and ietu* a������������������ M"^^ &kl^  lhT c a SttK has been and 95 per cent of last year..  experienced in British Columbia I , In..: the Kootenay Valley no  XA Jdly lis heen mostly dryichanges arc.reported, -.since last  with extreme heat. Conditions month and the crop is.likely to  have improved, however, during bc - verv much better than last  the past week, and recent rains year; in iact, many experts pre-  havc been very beneficial.  When Peter Parks was taken  sick,  As men have, been before him,  Six doctors came at duty's call  And held a council o'er him.  They felt his pulse, they viewed  h.is  tongue;  They   looked   profound,   sagacious;  They  said  "Appendicitns���������������������������all!"  And Peter said "My gracious."  They carved poor Peter liken a  ���������������������������    fowl;  Thev cut and sawed and sliced  him;  They found���������������������������Lord knows, and  we do not;  Then they together triced him.  "Successful operation, quite;  All surgery adorning,"  The   learned' doctors   then   remarked���������������������������  And Peter died next morning.  ���������������������������A. J. "Watterhouse"  Fruit tjar&  Apple  Situation  diet 100 per cent increase.  The British Embargo  The only changes in lhc Canadian  apple situation  since  the  beginning  of  Julv are  a   slight  falling off in prospects in Brilish  Columbia and lhe development  of  apple  scab  in  Nova   Scotia.  Neither of these changes is very  serious, nor do they greatly upset  earlier  calculations.  j     Praclicaly  no  conlracls have  been  madc"yel but il is certain  ilhal there will be a fairly slrong  movement of Nova Scrilian apples  westward  lo meel  lhe demand   in   Ontario,   Quebec   and  lhc prairie markets. In this connection it is interesting lo nolo]  j lhal last vear. wilh a total crop;  of 730.000 barrels in lhc Annan-I  jolis Valley, Ontario received 950,  'cars, Quebec (500 cars and mar-j  i'kelis'vJesl. of the Great Lakes 350  | cars.    This year lhe Nova Sco-  jlian crop is approximately 400.-!  i000  barrels,  and  thc Avcstward  I movement will bc proportionate. *  It must be borne in mind, how-  evcr, that there is an estimated  Dear Mary  Marv had a lillle Avaisl,  She'laced it smaller slill;  So many inquiries havc been A   s[onc   0-cr   Mary   has  received al this office-as to thej     placed  possible   removal   or   modifica-;Upon a silent hill,  lion  been  of   the   enmartyo   on   smp-  .menliS of apples lo Brilain .lhal  some   definite   slalemenl   seems  .necessary. Inquiries on* this subject have been prompted bv the  I failure of lhc fruil crop in England, ancl the English trade arc  jiusl as desirous of receiving lhc  'Canadian fruil as tbe Canadian  !shippers are of gelling it "over.  The' a^ilalKMi   -is    therefore    a  , double-barreled onc.  j     II  seems .quite  certain  i ever, thai lhere will be'no aiier-  ialien in lhc situation.   Explanations are not necessary.    Every  foci     of     available     steamship  I space is reouircd for thc transport a liomof men. munitions and  food.    The Canadian  apple,  as  avcII  as  many othcr articles of  food, is nol considered essential,  ancl until shipping facilities are  in a much more stable condition  than  at   present,   all.  efforts   to  Ancl on thai stone these Avords  arc Avril:  i "Oh. let us hope she's gone  i Wherc angels never, care a bit  i About what they have on."  E-Z  Seal     Pts.   $1.50 per Doz.  Qts 1.75     "     "  .������������������Gal. 2.50   ���������������������������'     "  Rubber Rings   10c    "  .PRESERVING "KETTLES  Enamel   ��������������������������� 5* Quarts  70c  1 2  15  Aluminum 12  14  $V25  2.40  4.00  4 50  CROCKS WITH COVERS  1   Gallon  2  3  4  5  70c  $1.00  , 1.40  1.75  2.10  MaGtacMan Hardware Go*  ARMSTRONG, B.C. PHONE   47  how'  Bill had a billboard; Bill also  bad a board bill. The board bill  bored Bill. So Bill sold the bill  board to pav the board bill. Aflcr Bill sold llie bill board to  pay the board bill the board bill  no longer bored Bill.  (Copyright,   1910:  by  AV.  G.  Chapman.)  shortage of 5,000 cars in west-,modifv thc apple embargo must  crn States, and lhat British Co-Ji3C ruiilc.  lumbia Avill havc a .smaller crop,     ,   than last year. Tbis Avill shorten j  thc supply in thc Avcslern mar .  kcts from' those Iavo sources and'!  increase thc demand for eastern  The  mind  instrument,  is  a  like  a   musical  violin,    for   in-  Are you going to do any  Building- or Repairing*  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  Cull   Boards      'NTo.  2   Dimension,  Green  Blocks   .  2x4  and   2xG  10.00   pjr  15.00   per  . ..   $2.00  thousand  thousand  per load  2.50  Drv Blocks   Planing Mill Wood     2.25  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  Too High a Price for Life  thc  Canj-iia  Pood Board  No. 8-6337  License  EACHES  grown  apples.  Speaking of conditions in  province   of   British   Colu  )orl adds:   "Jonolhans are'  light crop in   the Okau-i  Mcintosh fair, and,'  Wealthy good. The,  9 U--Jr. ior1  varieties   arc   generally1  II light.   Some correspondents arc  still of lhc opinion lhal lhe lolal  .stance,  Avhich, 'no   matter  how  provin  ���������������������������"'(Inhere;  ; ci'<"i ^'ery  fj agan Valley,  U .Duchess and  excellent it may be, requires to  ,. .    | to be put inlo tune every day,-if  1]3,a':jt is to con for in- to the laws of  harmonv.   So the mind must bc  attuned "each  dav to high"'standards, thai  lhere shall bc absolutely no'discord between it and  the  great .instrument  oi*  life���������������������������  ruth itsel  fOf-  ii' cht*  '.IV if'  w  Why not make your  meals a  pleasure by  using Marigold Tea.  Canadian   Food   Control   License  5-SGCVS-09S9  Xos  .Star BaHery  Armstrong Jl. C.;  Leave us youi order i'or Free  stouu Peaches to be delivered  'ea c lies  on arrival  Ro  TgA SPECIAL  uleir (>0c lb  Special SOc lb  High Gra^e Extracts j 'g  Mal:di<s   Btst   2  ez    bottles  (old price) 25c  | Local Honey in Tins  j   MALKINS BEST  Shaking powder  ^J-2=os^and=2-JrJ-bs   1  I  s  i  srrs.  I  Maple Leaf Milk    f  1 Piling & Whitehouse  8  Phone 48  Armstrong  o  >o<  *  1  I  ���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  t  t  i  t  MAT.HASSEN  Auctioneer and Livestock  Salesman  ARMSTRONG        B.C.  I luivc a wide ricquriiiitaiice  :iin<ni������������������;sl buyers. Consult mc  when vou want io liold a sale.  Also send me pfirtii.iil.-irs of any  sin |>lns sioek yen wish to dispose  of.  PHONE No. 34  **<**-*���������������������������  !  LEARY   GARAGE  D. C   TvEARY,  Proprietor  P.ici-io 22  fori.) di.-:alkr  Kcpairs te all makes ofears.  ARMSTRONG, B.C.  The Peace Table  When   the   war  is  over,   thc  conditions of peace will be settled and formulated by a meeting of diplomats who will discuss, arrange and compromise,  at day must come sometime.  Why not now?    Why not  lay  down arms now, appoint our representatives and let them meet  wilh   the   enemy's,  statesmen?  Germany has won much territory  and   suffered   much.     We  have all of-Germany's colonics  and havc "suffered much.    Why  not have both parties come together and on a basis of com-  p rom i se^o f-ba la ncin g-o n e=i tem=  against   another,   havc   peace?  Thc  only   reason  is   lhat   Germany is not defeated yet.    No  matter how lhc war ends, if it  leaves Germany  with an  armv  and navy, we arc beaten.    Wc  U , did not enter thc war to win ler-  = ' rilory. nor arc wc out of thc war  if wc lose territory. We entered  the war to end a menace; unless  we end thai menace, we are defeated.     Let   Germany   restore,  every  foot  of  ground  she   has  taken, and kecp"*licr army and  navy,   and  shc  will   remain   as  much a menace as shc ever was.  The. world will be no safer than  before.    It would be. nearlv as  difficult To  meet   the  threat  of  peace with'"an  undefeated Germany as it is  to carry on   the  war." What is victory? The military .definition is "the destruction of the armed forces of the  enemy."    Germany ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������must coine  lo a. new spirit before we can  talk peace; and before lhat new  si>irit  arises,  it  is  pretty  clear  that thc soldier's definition, will  have to come true. We are quite  willing,  in  Wilson's  phrase,  tb  have peace witbout victory; but  neither   wc  nor   our  allies   are  willing to havc war without victory. " Peace by negotiation lias  a   charming   sound,   and   many  are allured by its specious rhetoric.   Tt looks like the easy way  out.   Bul lhc easy way is seldom  the right or the safe way.���������������������������Canada Weekly.  There is no reason^ to doubt  that, by following any.one of  the current recipes for long life,  onc could keep himself on carlb  a hundred years-or a hundred  and fiftv. Bul in each and every  recipe There is this flaw, it would  involve such an intermidable  deal of "bolher to follow it. One  would havc to go about in the  world 'thermometer and food-  scales in hand."wholly centered    in oneself, -yvilh-no time for wife microbs  or childrenjor friends.    As Tor  fun,  lhat  would bc oul of  lhe  question.  There isn't anything,.not even  life,   for  which   one  could  hot  pay   more   than   it   is   worth.  And a scientifically corresl rcg-  jimen  would  mean  not  a   ccn-  i tury or a century and a half of  Tile* but a dreary waste of.ccn-  luries���������������������������long years of death in  'life. ..  j Unlil some more attractive  plan for ecu ten aria nisin, is discovered thc most of us-will prefer to take lhc chalices and tb\|  ; think al. least .part*, of the time,  iboul    something ' more    lhan  GOOD DRIVING HORSE, 1G hands;  snle or trade for'cow. 1-V Hawes, ,|  Enderby.   ���������������������������'��������������������������� V.. 48-tf  MADE IN  ARMSTRONG  laics'suits'-:  Men's Suits  Ciotlies Cleaned f������������������resse4  Altered ui Repaired  AJPX,AP1W  C. F. B. license No. 9-34Q5  Choicest meats obtainable.  GOP  Wholesale  . R. Sharp*  Fntlcrby  If you are looking for  a home in tfte Okanagan-  the Land of Promise~4o  not overlook  ages to be found in  Armstrong - Enderby  the advant-  the  Dis-  Fowr-W^y  Tested 8������������������ng^  trict.     A real homeland.  When you buy a  range why not have  the Kootenay?���������������������������  tested four ways for:  Easy Management  Economy of fuel.  Durability  Best results.  for Sale by MaclacW&n Hardware Co.  WClsryls  Kooten  London  St. John, N.B.  Toronto  Calgary-  Montreal  Hamilton  Winnipeg  Edmonton  Vancouver  Saskatoon THURSDAY, AUGUST 15  1918  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  j+t    J%    JS    js  **" t* ** wr ������������������,r hr %* v w *r w"  s*t   **   **.   *\   js   jS   j*   js . K 3? ss  LIVE FIRST, TALK AFTERWARD  By Ella Wheeler Wilcox  *������������������ fcr sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr    sr    sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr    ������������������*- sr   sr   sr   sr  #������������������ #"������������������ ������������������ #S .������������������* JS    ���������������������������������������������**������������������ '���������������������������������������������  J* .������������������* .������������������> *��������������������������������������������� ������������������ ���������������������������������������������> J"> JS    ������������������  rt J,  rt rt **  Are yon a student of tlie power of mind over  matter? Are you talking to everyone you meet  about "Universal Life Principle," and "Vibration"  and "Menial and Spiritual Science," and all the  other expressions so in vogue today among advanced thinkers'?  If you are see to it that your life illustrates your  theories.   Do not end it all in talk.  I have know a ������������������self-suppor,ting woman to use  all her income in literature'aJnd lectures and lessons on these subjects:   "How to Grow Success,"  Wc have so many people leaching and so few  living, the truth.. Because yon have gained a little  light and begin to understand the philosophy, of  life do not set yourself up for a teacher and .'an  X exhorter, until you have proven by your life that  what you teach and preach arc practicable.  Wait until you can keep yourself in health before you begin healing others. Wait until you  arc successful in your undertakings before you  tell others the way to win success. Wait until  your face expresses peace, and calm, and happiness, before you preach the power of your philosophy to produce these results.     V  What Death Is  COME HOME, COME HOME  Fields once I walked in, faces once I knew,  Familiar things so old my heart believed them true;  How to Control Destiny," "How to Attain Self-'i;  Mastery," "How to Be Well and Prosperous." Yet!s;Sr s; ������������������ s; M s������������������ >; 5i  she was always ailing.    She had not one penny j ������������������    :.    .  saved, nor respectable" clothing in her wardrobe;, Come home, come home; and where is home for mc  slie -slighted her work aiid forgot her duties and, Whose ship is driving o'er the trackless sea?  'J was'.-altogether an  unsatisfactory'; human 'being. I To the frail bark here plunging on its way,  At almost  any gathering of people identified To lhe wild waters shall 1 turn and say,  wilh, or interested in. Mental Science, or Christ-      You are my home?  inn Science, or New Thought, or any kindred subjects, a large majority of the unkempt and nervous and erratic beings are to bc encountered.  This is true wc know of all new theories and be-j These far, far back, behind me lie; before  liefs, for thc disappointed and dissatisfied souls!The dark clouds mutter, and the deep sea roar,  of earth naturally turn to new avenues of thought1 And speak to them that 'neath and o'er them roam,  hoping to find peace.   But when wc find these un-     No word of home.  fortunate types representing a religion or a theory  and talking its precepts to every passerby, it is a  matter of more than temporary regret.  Until you can indicate by your life, your ft.ee,  your manner and your work that you have found The old forgotten semblance may renew,  a solution for the problem of existence and a pan-'And offer exiles driven far o'er the salt sea foam  acca for human ills, do not talk about it. Wait in     Another home  thc silence and grow.    It is a simpler matter to  bc filled with a conviction lhan.it is lo prove it lo  thc world.  But while there arc thousands of people today  talking and writing the philosophy not ten in any  thousand arc living what lhcy talk. A woman  who was all nerves and hysteria and who kept  herself and every onc about her in confusion and  excitement oven her troubles was urged to try  Spiritual Science.  "Why, I teach it," shc said. "I do not need  anyone to help mc in that way, as I have a class  of young women to whom I have been revealing  thc truth for sonic time."  That is the trouble with thc world today:  What's death? a little broaden-  t ing of a ripple ���������������������������  Upon the eternal shore;  A little loosening of the bands  that cripple���������������������������  And it is nothing more!  What's death? a parting of the  clouds above us  Which hide the siin;     " ', '  A golden vision of thc souls .thai  1'ivc us  And labor done.  c ������������������ .       V..  What's death? the opening of a  perfect flower  No watcher sees; ���������������������������  The silent spirit who at twilight  hour  The bondman frees.  What's    death?    God's"   mercv  strange'���������������������������un comprehended;  The undiscovered goal;  Thc Land of Promise when thc  toil is ended���������������������������  The day-dawn of thc soul!  ���������������������������Arthur Goodcnough.  One's Meat Another's Poison  Beyond the clouds, beyond the waves that roar,  There may, indeed, or may not be, a shore  Where fields arc green and hands and hearts as true  But toil and pain must bear out many a day,  And days bear weeks, and weeks bear months away,  Ere, if at all, the weary traveller hear,  With accents whispered in his way-worn ear,  A voice he dares to listen to say, "Come to the true  home." ;-,  y-  Come home, coni-'e home! 'And where a home hath he  Whose ship is-driven o'er the driving sea?  Through clouds that mutter and o'er waves that roar  Say, shall we find, or shall we not, a shore  That is, as is not ship or ocean foam  Indeed our home?  ���������������������������Arthur Hugh Clough.  XA  VC  =^  [L.S.1  CANADA.  PROCLAMATION  GEORGE the flFTH, by the Grace of ; God of the United Kingdom ot  Great Britain and Ireland and of the British-Dominions beyond the  Seas, KING, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India..   r  To all to whom these presents sball come or whom the same may In any  wise concern,���������������������������GHEPTJNG;  A Proclamation of conditional amnesty respecting men ^belonging to  qjass j wmjer ffte Military Service Act, 1917, wfco bave dJsafceyed owr  proclamation of l3tb October, W7, or tbeir orders to report; for tlnto  or are deserters or absent wltnont leave from the Canadw^ ������������������>*$*#)'  tlonary Force. ^ v  t,  |t; ;,. NPWCOM3& \ Wtf3|l|&AS comWtT'  VmmfrWym^m������������������m-   ) ^fc^^ 0f ^  belonging to Claw J wn4w our Military Ser-  vie* Acfc 19; 7, cajfccjoirt on active wrvice m  our Cinif*4i<ro. ������������������xpe<Jitionary force for the  defence of C*n*4a wrier Our proclamation  of ;$tl������������������ October. W7. a!t|H>u#i tbey Imye tfcw  become by law ������������������o|<tter* enUete<* in tl������������������e M������������������Utary  Service of Canada,. ,v  ��������������������������� Have failed to report for duty a������������������ lawfully  required of ^em under tjie ������������������aid Military Service Act and ti������������������e reflations thereunder, including tbe Order in Council duly pawed on  April 20 last,  t^t Or~bave^de������������������erte4. -  Or absented themselves without leave  from our Canadian j������������������xpeditionary.Forcef  And it i* represented that the very serious  and unfortunate situation in which these men  find themselves is due in many cases to the  fact that, notwithstanding the information and  warning' contained in Our Proclamation aforesaid, they have misunderstood their duty or  obligation, or have been misled by the advice  of ill-disposed, disloyal or seditious persons.  ANP WJKEREAS we desire, if possible, to  avoid the infliction of the heavy penalties which  the Jaw imposes for the offences of which these  soldiers have thus been guilty, and to afford  them an opportunity within a limited time to  report and make their services available in Our  Canadian Expeditionary Force as is by law  their bounden duty, and as is necessary for the  defence of Our Pominion of Canada.  NOW KNOW YE that we in the exercise  of Our powers, and of Our good will and  pleasure in that behalf, do hereby proclaim and  declare and cause to be published and made  known THAT THE PENALTIES OF THE  LAW WILL NOT BE IMPOSED OR  EXACTED as against the men who belong  to Glass I under Our Military, Service Act,  1917, and who have disobeyed Our Proclamation aforesaid ; or who have received notice  from any of Our registrars or deputy registrars  to report for duty on a day now past and have  failed so to report ; or who, having reported  . and obtained leave of absence, have failed to  report at the expiry of their leave, or have  become deserters from Our Expeditionary  Force, PROVIPED THEY REPORT FOR  DUTY ON OR BEFORE THE TWENTY  FOURTH DAY OF AUGUST 1918.  affp ws po HBKB& *?fil������������������S&  WAPN ANP SOPBMW.V flftW*  ypON AJ4* SUCH MSN, and ** weH thote  ,wbo employ, harbour, conceal or awiet wtro  in tbeir disobedience, tbat, if tlw^perott m  their failure to report, absence or..deiertion  until tbe eipiry of tj������������������e Jaet mentioned 4w������������������  tbey will Mt punued and pwifhedjwthall tl������������������f  rigour and severity of tbe Mm, SUBflSCt  TW   JVPGMJWT   OF   WKJPMW  Martial   ww-OB  w;ll  be   co:  VfENJEp TO TW SUCH CASS- or otber  competent tribunale:. and alio that thoee w?������������������o  employ, harbour, conceal or aisUt mcb men  will be beld ftrictly accountable ai offender!  and tubjcct-to-thc-pain������������������,_ penalties _aad-forfe.������������������-_  tures in that behalf by. law provided for tbeir  said offence. i  Provided however that nothing contained  in this Our proclamation is intended to release  the men aforesaid from their obligation to  report for duty as soon as possible or to grant  them immunity from arrest or detention in the  meantime for the purpose of compelling tbem  to perform their military duty; Our intention  being merely to forego or remit the penalties  heretofore incurred for failure to report,  absence without leave or desertion incurred by  those men of the description aforesaid who  shall be in the proper discharge of their military  duties on or before the said twenty-fourth day  of August. 1918.  Of all of which Our loving subjects and all  others whom these presents may concern are  hereby required to take notice and govern  themselves accordingly.  JN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. We have caused thete  Our Letters to be made Patent, and the Great Seal  of Canada to be hereunto affixed. Witne������������������: Our  Right Trusty and Right Entirely Jieloved Cousin  and Counsellor, Victor Christian William. Puke of  Pevonshire, Marquess of Hartington. Earl of  Peyonshire, Earl of Burlington, Baron Cavendish  of Hardwicke, Baron Cavendish of Keighley.  Knight of Our Most Noble Order of the Garter:  One of Our Most Honourable Privy Council ;  Knight Grand Cross of Our Most Distinguished  Order of Saint Michael and Saint George; Knight  Grand Cross of Our Royal Victo ian Order; Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Cur  Pominion of Canada.  At Our Government House, in Our City of OTTAWA,  this FIRST day of AUGUST, in the year of Our  Lord one thousand nine hundred and eighteen, and  . in the ninth year of Our Reign.  By Command,  ^^Oj^iM^^krCcJc.  Under-Secretary of State.  There is a substratum of truth  in the old saying, "One man's  meat is another man's poison."  Here is an extract from the Nu-  ropnth:  "We must always remember  that our dispositions and constitutions differ, so much so tliat in  every hundred men there are  scarcely two that have the same  power of resistance. What ten  men may stand without any apparent evil result, the eleventh  may have to pay for with his  life. What is meat for thc blacksmith may be poison for the  tailor. The truth of this statement was once brought home to  a vouna phvsician. He treated  a blacksmith, prescribing a very  strict diet. Getting tired of ^this  the blacksmith asked his wife  to prepare for him a substantial  dinner. The wife yielded though  reluctantly to his request: He  consumed a large portion of  sauerkraut, and the ��������������������������� next day  he was restored to health. Thp  young physician, amazed at this  r������������������������������������!idt. r������������������ofPd it in his memorandum. Very soon a tailor was attacked by, the'sanie^diseaso., 'Py\  physician having ih mind the1  good effect^of the .sauerkraut  prescribed his patient, a good  portion'of it���������������������������and the next'day  the tailor was deadV " :V  ~ "The physioia n ��������������������������� told his experience to an older colleague who  replied: "A* tailor is not a bUicJc  smith.'"  Schoolmaster as|dng for a'-fler  flnition of VThe Quicjc and, the  Pead*" sniaJJ urchin says:   -'.  ���������������������������'Please,,sir; the man as gets  out o{,.the path of the motor cur  is qmc|c, and 'im as,doesn't is  deacj.*'���������������������������Sporting Times.  "flow many m������������������He *������������������ million?'*  asked the tocher of the clufe-iti'  arithmeUc. . ' ���������������������������   ' ,  jhe dullest boy in the cjass  raised his hanq.       .  "Well, Willie," *������������������i<! the tether, "you m������������������y te|J us.'*  "Not m������������������wy " ������������������n������������������wered Willie;  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby "given flurt  Henry William Pischel. carrying on  business at Grindrod, in tbe County  of���������������������������Yale, -Province jofVpritisb^Cck.  Jumbia. as a lumberman, lias by  Q*eeq of assignment. ma<ie in_pur-  suance of "The Creditors Trust  Peeds Act, |901" and Amending  Act, dated the 6th day of August.  1918, assigned all his personal  property, real estate, credits and effects, which may be seized and sold  or attached under execution of the  "Execution Act" or attachment., to  John Monk, of Grindrod, im the said  Province, Postmaster, for the general  benefit of his creditors.  A meeting of the*creditors will be  held at the Grindrod School House,  at 3.30 o'clock in the afternoon on  Saturday the 17th day-of August.  1018, for the giving of directions  with' reference to the disposal of  the estate.  And notice is hereby further  tfiven that all creditors and others  having claims against the estate arc  required to file the same with the  Assignee on or before the 16th day  of August, 1918. v>;ith' full particulars of their claims duly verified  and the nature of the securities, if  any, held by them. All parties indebted to the said estate are required to pay the amount of their  indebtedness forwitn to the Assignee. , v, . .  Arid notice is hereby given that  after the 31st day of August, 1918,  the Assignee will proceed to distribute the assets amongst the creditors of whose debts or claims Hp  shall then have had notice and will  not be responsible for thc assets or  any part thereof so distributed 'lo  any creditors of whose debts'��������������������������� or  claims he shall not then haye had  notice.  Dated at Grindrod,'B.'C, this Gth  clay of August, 1918,  John Monk.  Assignee.  a. Mcculloch  5uccsssor to  A. J. O'BRIEN. VERNON  Manufacturer" and" Wholesaler  . 7 ���������������������������of���������������������������  All  kinds of   Aerated  waters, cigars and non alcoholic wineS.  Aaent for the famous Calgary non alcoholic beer and stout.  Try sorns of our hot we^thar specials, Belfast Ginger Ale, Lime  Juice and Soda, Kola  Champagne and   Root Beer  Special price on barrell lots  Send for Price List  Mail  and  phone  orders  given prompt attention.  Phone 49  Vernon, B.C.  i  C. CREED  Real Estate and Insurance Agent.  Auctioneer and Live Stock Saleman  ARMSTRONG, B������������������. O.  s't  V JL        ''  . ^ '  cw t#*mm |ioBf Pbtwlw |n������������������w fy w  r������������������t������������������.  Py ������������������������������������ mm y������������������n ���������������������������*#.!������������������* torn*  t|������������������> w������������������������������������! Ii** |������������������r y������������������w wwy������������������wtli>ii, witli  no incrww in wit.  r.  ercliapt  The next time you require  anything in   Commercial      ^  Printing���������������������������  ^etterMacb  ^oosc-^caf &  StanJarcJ  Billheacjs  Envelopes  Circular Utters  business Carcjs  Etc,  Tell us your needs and let us give yya an estimate on the  cost We can give quick service and produce Job Printing  that satisfias, at live ani let liva pric33.      Phone or write.  THE WALKEK PRESS THE CARY PRESS  Enderby Armstrong  Okanagan Commoner, $2.00 a year THURSDAY, AUGUST  U 7 1918  ���������������������������������������������feaitBctan Commoner-  In   which   is  merged   tne   Armslrong  Eiulcrbv Press.  Advertiser   and  RAW OR FINISHED PRODUCT  Published   every   Thursday   at  Armstrong,  B.C.,  at  c2  a year,  by "Walicek  &  Gary.  IT. M. WaUvF.k, Editor & Manager.  Advertising rates:  Transient,  -tOe  an  inch  first inser  tion,  2yc  each  si;!)se<[uent   insertion.     Contract  ad  vertising, $1 an inch per month.  THURSDAY, AUGUST IV  1918  FACTS WE MUST FACE  It is cslmialed Unit llie Chinese vegetable growers haw already-received from S20.000 to $25,000  i'or lhe early field Inick Ihey have shipped from  Armstrong ihis sermon. And lhe shipping season  lias onlv starii'd.    Whal will be Iheir relurns for  lhe eniii  money e  conies f'r  Canada's  men. It  brothers.  season'  Where   does  lhis  e   shipping  me i'reni and where does il go? (I  ��������������������������� m  lhe Northwest, from lhe poekels of  wheal growers, artisans and business  goes inlo  lhe poekels ofcour Celestial  Verv. verv lillle of iI  It is not our desire to repeat whal we'have so  often iterated: that the country, the community  of tlie individual that persists in selling the raw  material instead of making il up into thc finished  product will always be "poor" in wealth and  "poor" in development. But we note in the Canadian Railway Board bulletin of recent issue an  article which"Ills so closely in thc argument we  have so persistently put forward lhat wc feel'.justified, in making use of it to impress concerted  effort to seek to establish here various concerns  in order to make better use of the raw material  which is produced in this district so abundantly.  The bulletin tells This story:  "JonesTanned ncxt to Smith. His family drank  Smith's milk. Every night Jones' boys carried  five pails of the Jones' milk lo the line fence ami,  after waiting half an hour, received for their return journey one emnly and four of llie special  milk From Smith. Four pails for five! Smith  grew fal, but the empty pa.il troubled the Jones'  boys. If seemed a waste of energy to be carrying  il home emnly when il should be full. Why should  Smith's iVmilk" be worlh 25 per ccnl more lhan  their own? Thev shadowed Smith and Ihey found  encin  Witl* absolutely new goods just to Hand  SPECIAL SALE OF  PURE WOOL GOODS  ON FRIDAY,  AUGUST 16th  THESE WERE PURCHASED IN MONTREAL   BY   OUR   BUYER   AT   A  GREAT DISCOUNT. AND COMPRISE A   WONDERFUL    SELECTION   OF  NEW MERCHANDISE FOR FALL 1918.  THE FOLLOWING ARE "A FEW OF THE MANY WEAVES MARKED AT  ^ 0NLy QNE TftEEli.  SPECIAL SALES PRICES FOIi  NICOTINE SUITINGS���������������������������       BLANKET COATINGS���������������������������        FRIEZE CLOTHS���������������������������       NEW TARTANS���������������������������  HOME-SPUN COATINGS��������������������������� ASTHACHAN YELOUR���������������������������        CLOTH���������������������������Black  and While  Checks���������������������������  PURE WOVE CHEVIOTS���������������������������    AND   SEVERAL   NOVELTY   SUITINGS���������������������������  circulation in Armslrong.    11 goe:  1 .; *ri,in.   ii,?ii  ' ������������������i������������������I Smith was"mcrclv selling thc Jones their own  ,.   , rri ���������������������������    ,,       ...      ', imilk.   All he did with il in his milkhousc was to  o! it now.    1 he majonty will go later. |slmia u>   H(J hH(] no nii,ch CQW8 of Ws QWn     Vqv  We are not speaking thus lo reflect upon  the slrnjnjniT |ol���������������������������. paiis j-or Jones lie kepi lhc fifth!  "Jones is Canada; Smith, thc United States; the  Chinese.  We do not believe the problem facing!  na-  He  us will ever be settled by damning thc Chma-'niiik Canada's raw material; the Jones bovs are  man and finding I null with what he is doing. He the Canadian railways. Canada pavs lhc Uniled  is here and apparently here to slay. He is. just states live loaded cars of Canadian produce fox-  now,  most  essential  in  supplying our, needs  of   foui. i().KlC(l cavs GJ' American, produce and still  production   unc  undoubtedly be  V  labor.     Our   production   would  greatly reduced were hc not here.  owes money on the deal!    Since lasl winler the  Canadian roads received back from the American  KIMONA FLANNEL  Send  for samples of the best Kimona Flannel,   shown   in mixed   colors   and 'pinin  shinies.    Ple;;se mention Beacon  Flannels  when  wriling.    Price       98c yard  BIG SPECIAL IN FLANNELETTES  OHt������������������ yards of a strong warp stripe Flannel-  are   very   difiicult   lo  inches wide.  Special      25c  yard  ette   goods which  procure loday,  l'rice      34  These facts musl  bc admitted.    It  musl bc ad-;roU({s ,18,000 empty freight cars over and above  milled, .further,   that..lhc   Chinese  gardncrs  wc|lhc snuill mmlbcr of empties sent south by Can-  have here are a good type oi workmen: they arciodai    xiiat mca.nl 48,000 loads of net gain to the  quiet, industrious and very dependable m every | Americans.      Five    Canadian    "nails"' for    four  business deal.   For this reason wc musl do more American!    This is nol lhc "fault of Americans.,  than damn  lhe Chinaman if we ever expect tojT]lcv arc paying thc part of good businessmen,  solve the problm of what arc we going lo do with; Buf |-rom Ljic'sc facls lhc Canadian Railway War  him.    Our while farmers and truck growers ctmjBoar(] suggests lo lhc Canadian shipner these two  prochue as good if nol a" better quality ol vcgGt-:sjgnjf]c.mcCs:    First, thc effect on thc car situa-  ablc than  the Chinese.    White men do-a higher tion.    Second, lhc effect on Canadian,industry.  class of work.   Individually lhere can bc no com-      "Taking the second first, consider: Raw matcr-  parison.   But. collectively, thc white man isn't in jal is the while of an egg.    A woman adds labor  il with the Chinaman when it comes to working Vvilh s]cm nni\ jt becomes a stiff while froth.   Em-  togcthcr each for lhe benefit of all.    Wc do not;p]ovs. AVilh her, labor and skill, art���������������������������in putting  seem to recognize the First principle of commun-| jnto thc dish first lhc right amount of sugar ancl  alism.-  They recognize thc need ot working to-(flavor���������������������������and creates a stiff, white, highly palat-  gelhcr lo save themselves.    Wc do not.    Herein ablc material for icing a cake.  they arc succeeding while our white produce | "There is nothing new in this. Her raw ma tor-  men arc so split up into factions tliat they suffer ial is worth one cent. Plus labor���������������������������two cents. Plus  from each others' selfishness,  ������������������ There is much to bc said on this question.  There is much to bc done if wc are to deal with  it correctly.    Are wc, as a community, prepared  SPLENDID BOOTS FOR BOYS   ,  A Boot made for the British Colninhia climate, and warranted by us as the very  best heavy and reliable boot for boys:  Bellows tongue and stitched thick solos.  Sizes. 1, 2, 3, -1, 5; Special Price, ."?3.J)tf pr  GREY WOOL* FLANNELS  500 yards of soft Grey Wool Flannels for  Shirtings, Skirts and Children's wear:  Medium and dark grey; 29 inches wide;  85c value for    48c vard  BIG DISPLAY OF CRETONNES  If you cannot visit us send for samples of  the finest stock of Cretonnes yet shown.  Prices lhat arc exceptionally low���������������������������far  below the big citv houses. V Prices,  from  . . . . V   29c to 61.00 yard  BIG IMPORT OF BRITISH  INDIGO PRINTS  700 yards of the famous Indigo Prints, in  Navy ami Butcher Blues; small designs  anil plain white stripes. -Very special;  29  inches;   Price    '29c  yard  PARCELS PREPAID  We pay transit charges on all Dry Goods  parcels, either by mail,express or" freight.  We do nol issue a price catalogue, but at  any time will be pleased to send samples  and prices of any goods in stock. Use  our .Mail Order Department often.  Mail Order Department  H. VERNON, B. C. BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-21018.  Cup Offered for Bast Wheat  The department of colonization   and   development   of   thc!  PROGRESSIVE FARMING.  When it comes to using up to  date farm machinery the prairie  prod  Wc  must think, and  think seriously, on this  question.   11.will not solve itself.. 'V  WAR AND POPULATION  The  Registrar-General   (Sir- Barnard  Mallet)  gave some striking figures of the effects'.  war on population at a  recent meeting of  "Sells wheat at 1.8 ccn  could get 2.5 cents a pound  And buys it hack in the form of unsweetened  biscuits at 7.2 cents a pound!      .  "Sells a carload of pulpwood for ������������������* six-gross  ts. a pound, when she "it is hopc^that aniMg th<aijr'thc|in'   this    district   as elsewhere  1 for it as wheat flour, successful   competitor   will   be recognize   the   fact    that   for  bended. It is presumed that tlie  number of deserters today is as  high if not higher. In addition,  on that date, there were 11,276  id reported for serene granted leave of  thout pay, making a  116 men at,that time  who were available.-'  carton of American tooth paste!  "In other words, instead of  making each ounce  ������������������f t,\0 of raw material, lifce a ship crossing the Atlantic, u������������������" ������������������J.���������������������������c Pe?SvtmeJ,,rf\  of the ������������������������������������ry with it the highest pcksiHc addition of Can- S5?Sj^������������������fr J^S^^!!  found.  j Wheat has become a vital'factor in tlie conduct of the war  j and, the railway company hopes  in tliis way to encourage production of the hest.varieties. At the  s com-  successful crops you,, must plow  deep and this can only be done  with power.  Amnesty to Evaders  Ottawa, Aug: 3.���������������������������Official fig-  &    nETMichS    ^4 the London ������������������*"������������������" ������������������^or- SKW and art. Canada wholesales her If U^n ^ focxls ������������������������������������c"^1������������������" .������������������" ures of the number of deserters  SSlv -Tdcwanh     Pe dingwith tiie dSdBno?S nat������������������ra* endowment.   A fool can sell raw mater- ihc .JJJW���������������������������8f J*rt^������������������cmg in each district who will pe af  hiSrs SSl   bv   th^w^frtiTttSt  Sn>*S' W-WW, *.������������������! and art are ������������������r  *" *--   n���������������������������-������������������h.l.t.������������������' of Western HnnnA.. r^~A   u���������������������������  ^  ���������������������������., ^   :.  W --------  and in 1916' to'785,520'   The digVnras'oHhcTfaJj *,aye.\  The more we sell of our Jahor,  from the previous year was -undoubtedly due to  the boom in marriages in 19J15, while the num  art. the more it tend* to grow.    -'". T'  7       T T i<l������������������ct* Exposition^am} the win- pnplic shortly.   They are heing \������������������5  Tn an average cellar's worth.of Canadian nro-' *������������������wig of Wis cuphy one of their compile^ today hy .the militia! r.  ��������������������������� **������������������#,  TfrtWM*F*roiJy  Ne������������������J flew Sjioft  Wf con supply tbriii with " -V ~*  Solict Leathtr Ones -      J.,  Pubbin polishes l^ncps, Irnicrsoles, Ptc  Pring those Shp^s that i^ccd tixitignow  Ijcforr the i>od wrnthrr srt������������������ in.  GOOP CITOPNSH^  \fnd the births continued at thc same level as  in 1913 there would have been 3,500,000 births  recorded on to the end of the present year, hut  there .would probablv bc only 2,850,000. u     .. , .    .,       , .    ..     ,       ,  ������������������T , "     ii       ,,     ��������������������������� i o-    t������������������ i       rhis ff ever occurred to the mamritv of reaclers  I am not among those,   said Sir Bernard, that (hose priceless things���������������������������ideals of Jibertv and  8|ipf ffotxp  Calgary.  Commen^ahlP Scheme  An ambitions scheme loohing  a<Jing the ^raf t hy hi<Ung ancl,  arming in inaccessihle regions,  as has been allege^. j  . The last official figures issued  J>y the Militia Service Council  ph*s. nm\m  ^Pi^p^it anp poanucro*  Shop Work of all kfncjs  showed that on July tstthefeT, W *wnf t^fiffffwf. Ift������������������ifwilfw |������������������ini������������������������������������H������������������  were. no-lcss_Jhan. 22,140-_regisr  rter^l detUulfers not yet apprc-    POX 19Q,, AVW*TVH)N0������������������ IW  less il'.-m the other belhVcrcnts.   Wr may assume  tl'ml  C**MMnany-lias l^sl in potcnlia' lives cquiva-  TIicsc facts offer focxl for serious thought on slructing him in a useful occu-  thc part of tliosc who arc responsible for Can- pa tion. was launched at a mcct-  r.,'..   r..i        \tti-.-i :j..i.   h  ;.   j..!...n'    r_-_   J.^^  ������������������f  ^~*. l-...r.A-r.A   r.e   il**.   rt,,,.  lent of 1.5 per cent of its pj-c-war population. A us- tK{a's f���������������������������ti,re.    Whatever ideals it is desirable for ing of onc hundred of the Bur  tna oyer:, p������������������rrpnl.an;l H'.11?'?"'.**' * pcr_ccnt. 'Hie the citizens of tomorrow to possess must be in- rard   Unionist    "        '    "  hv the fall in births which it occasioned .has stilled into the. consciousness of the children of Friday night  The process is thc tedious one of "line1    The plan in brief is that the  ,vcs- |upon  line.,.precept upon  precept,  here a  little. Pominion Government shall rc-  uis  filU-d  Ihe  graves, it has, there, a liltle"���������������������������a  process at tims inspiring but strict thc fishing areas of Cow-  At  the present time everv more often  lhan not discouraging.    It is a pro- ichan 3ay and adjacent walers^  Association   on  war.  rosl   Hie l-elJ!rf(Tnnt���������������������������^ounlries  nol less  than  12,-  lodav  500.000 of potential lives. '  "While  the w������������������r h  empiied Ihe cradles.    ;u  me present nine everv more oncn  than not cfiscouraging.    u is a pro-  ,Um- :i-.i xho W!ir contin,.ns m*;>ns a loss of 7,000 cess little realized in thc main because its work- for thc exclusive use of relumed  potential lVcs lo the United Kingdom. France, ings arc unseen. Not until the generation stands soldiers, and under a commis-  Italv and the Central 'Empires. Race suicide of rcn<\v for citizenshin can it bc seen what damage sion. shall receive a thorough  the European peoples, in short, on a most colossal has been done. Only then is one aware of the ex- |training in the various branches  scale lias been thc result of Gcrman militarism."     istence of the harmful influence.   Human careers 'of the fishing industry. The plan  are too precious to bc submitted to this cxploita- j is to pay the returned men a  tion and the most serious dutv confronting the jgood living wage,--.market the  patriots of today is the provision of influences j fish under the direction of cx-  tha.t will produce high standards of living for;perts, using the profits for the  Re.rhiclion of household consumption of sugar generations to come. , development* of--the fishing and  in Canada lo a ration of onc and one-half pounds Had this truth been recognized from any other allied industries, viz., fish, food  a -person a monlh is requested by thc Canada Than a purely theoretical standpoint by the men and other products, _ utilization  Food Board in a statement just issued.    The ut- and women of the preceding and the present gen-  MUST REDUCE SUGAR ALLOWANCE  mosl possible con'servalion is urged in addition  to the restrictions now in force upon all manufacturers who use sugar  era tion it would not have becn possible for the  vicious  theories  promulgated  by Frederick  the  Householders arc also Great to be working themselves out today in Prus  asked lo use. yellow sugar instead of ��������������������������� the granu-j sian atrocities. There cannot bc too vigorous  laled product whenever possible, because in or- pushing of baby welfare movements or the. estab-  dcr lo get the most efficient economic results .lishinent and maintenance of supervised play-  from the. refining of sugar it is necessary that' grounds. By Scout movements, national health  ahout 30 per cent of yellow sugar bc produced by boards, carefully considered housing schemes,  the refineries. The Food Board's appeal is made j city planning and every other movements that  as a result of a conference of thc International | centres in thc cleanest, finest living. An exam-  Sugar Commission and a full review of the sit- ina tion into the things in which all were most  tuition, thc balance of crop on hand and thc Allies'* keenly concerned a decade ago will now result in  requirements. a List of these things as national interests.  ESTABHSHPP    1878]  BANK OF HAMILTON  Intensive cultivation of the soil and improved.  factory methods arc essential to increased production. Prudent expansion in both farm and  factory is urged by thc statesmen and financiers  of the Dominion, and the 3ank of Hamilton encourages its clients to develop their business and  enlarge lhcir output as far as their working capital will warrant.  AHMST3QNG 33ANCH  If. JL.. Paynter.  of by-products,-development of  fishing, agricultural districts and  other   trades   and   pursuits   of  benefit to the men and the ad- the following must be sacriiiced  van cement   of   the   province  Vancouver Province.  Armstrong Real Estate Bargain *  Owing to owner leaving district, Avenue, facing City Hall. Spot cash  $900  or $300 down and ten balf-  c  , ���������������������������   1..       ��������������������������� ��������������������������� i^��������������������������� ���������������������������. year payments of $73 and no inter-  Splendid   seven-room   residence; ^st    *��������������������������� J  large hall, scullery and bathroom; fen   acres  Young Taylor  Road;  on one large lot on corner facing adjoining     Wolfenden     property;  the property of Mayor Wright and about seven acres  cleared and An  Dr. Van Kleeck. Spot cash $1,650 crops. Balance useful timber; un-  ,j , . ., t . , . i or $550 down and len half-year finished bungalow on it. Spot cash  ing added to the list last year ' vments of ������������������135 and no interest. $1,500 or $400 down and ten half-  according to the annual report Two acres bottom land, with a yearly payments of $135 and no  of the commissioner of internal large building; frontage on Wood interest. Apply���������������������������  revenue. This brings the total ��������������������������� __ _ _ _ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������ w ��������������������������� . _ > mm m������������������  to 22,696 American millionaires, f. TiltlbeHake         X Graild TOftS,  B- C.  Millionaires are increasing in  America; 7.925 new names" be- , THURSDAY, AUGUST 15  1918  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  ;; x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x  xx x  x X ENDERBY NTJTES        ������������������  ARMSTRONG NEWS  h?  XX  XX  X  XX  i\ X  XXX XXX  X XX X x n X  X  XX  JS     *.������������������  Little Charlie Wagget is stay-  ling with Mrs. Smiley, Mt. Ida.*  Rev. W. Stott will preach at  [Larkin at three in the afternoon,  Pte. R. P. Hamill was reported  Ins gassed in Tuesday's casualty  ilist.  X    o    ���������������������������  Mrs. Main has returned from  IEnderby "where she has becn  (visiting.  iff  Mrs. F. J. Murray and Miss  |C. P. Murray left last week for a  [short visit to Vancouver.     .*.*-,.*  Mrs. E. M. Rochester and bet-  Ida lighter left'on Tuesday .for  lOtlawa lo visit her mother.  .������������������������������������������������������'..���������������������������-. sr   .-.  Quite a number of folks from  lEnderby" attended the Band  I'dancc in������������������Armstrong on Tuesday.  Born���������������������������To Mr. and Mrs. J.  j Wesley Miller, Armstrong, on  iMonday, August 12th, a daughter.  sr  Morning Praver and Holy  [Communion will bc held in St.  1 James' Church next Sunday at  111 .a.m.  sr  *^  ' Mrs. IT. J. King returned on  Tuesday from a two weeks' visit  jlo  points  down   thc  Okanagan  /Lake.  sr  Mr. MacBarnes,' an old-lime  (resident of Armstrong, came in  [last week lo visit his many  Ifriends. -  58  Mr.  A.  N.  Ra Hedge received  J the sad news on Sunday that his  [youngest sister had died in Oro-  Ivillc that dav.  x  Mr. John  Kyle, organizer of  (Technical Education for British  Columbia passed through town  last Saturday.  - X  Mr and Mrs. Wagget, Calvert  [and Dorothv are spending a few  [weeks'   holiday   in   Vancouver  [and rVictoria. "' .  X  Little Miss Jean Stokes is hol-  lidaying with her grandparents,  Mr. and.Mrs. Daykin, at Port  Hammond, B. C.  S. -��������������������������� X'  '������������������������������������������������������      '��������������������������� ���������������������������'���������������������������-  V Mr. and Mt������������������. Geo., H.^ W[ells  of Grindrod: sp*������������������nt Lhe week end  [at the home of her iparerits. Mr.  land Mrs" T. Carv of Armstrong:  v. ��������������������������� \ X ���������������������������  7 Mrs. W. Carson cnnie in/from  IVancouver toy visit her* parenty  |\Jr. and Mrs: A. J. Nohfe. ."Shf.  Iwas accompanied hy her chiJd-  Iren.  n  Mrs. (Rev.) R. G. Stewart, the  |wife of a former pnsror of fhe  lanfisf churches of Armstrong  fend Pn^erbv. cped at her nome  In Nfcojn Fricjav. the 9th inst-  7: A mee^inff will he hehl m the  brieve hlw$ ha||.for tlie purpose  hf re-orgam������������������m������������������ the Armstrong  ���������������������������ftoard of Trade. ARr inferesteq  ������������������re invited, |o attend, at 8 pm.  \ Mrs. KiNien ha* decked fo  Hiscontinne pie sewina njeefinss  [or the J^ed Qy**;; Anyone re-  ruinna ma|erial������������������ fo ,mn|ce up  hn nef Haf tlie fled Cross  hx>ms.     v /'    /?'; \ ;,f;. *-  The. wnfan services w}|| he  )e|d ro^t Sundav in the Arm-  Jtrona Rreshvferian Churchvit  H^atmf=andHn="the-evenin ^''n5  Jhe Methodist Church af 7.30.  Rev. j. Wesley Miller will hold  lor^h at h<������������������th services; Subject  In the morning. "God is a Spirit"  }nd in the evening, "What is it  |o Re Spiritual."  The Provincial S.O.S: R'vnrd  [tas chosen Tuesday. Aug. 27t|i,  [t Armstrong, as the date for  ic presentation of the Government badges to the boys of the  irmstrong   and   Fnderbv   dis-  'icts. The Hon. Pr. McTcan.  Minister of Education, has been  |s|ced to make the presentation,  [he place of meeting and furrier particulars will be an-  lounced next week.  Mr. and Mrs. August Antiila  are spending a .few days this  week with their parents* in Enderby.  w  MS  Mrs. Kennedy and licr little  girl arrived on Friday last from  Winnipeg, on-,a"yvisit, to Mrs. K.  Osborne.  .     x :  ,y Bruce Oldford is now working in the Coughlan shipyards,  {Vancouver  ,and is  handling  a  drilling machine. :~  sr  js  The ladies of the Presbyterian  Church intend holding an ice  cream social on tbe church  lawn, Friday evening, Aug. 23.  sr i  js  Aid. Nichol received word a  few  days  ago   that  his  son   is  again in hospital in England as  .the result of another wound in  action.  X  i     A.u auction sale of live stock  , and   farm   implements  will  be  held at Weir's ranch, Grindrod,  Thursday, 1 p.m., Aug. 22nd, by  A. Ogden.  x  Mr. Abel C Noakcs, general  superintendent of the Coles  Company, wrecking thc Columbia Flouring Mills, is spending  a few dajrs in Enderby.  X  W F. Hart, of Edmonton, was  in Armstrong a few hours this  week. Hc was delighted with  the country and its possibilities  for small truck farms.  x  j Don't waste sugar at thc fountain. Sugar for, sweetening 500,-  000.000 soda fountain drinks  has been sent to the bottom of  thc sea by submarines.  X  T. F. Adams, (Mosc) returned  from thc coast this, week, being  granted a leave of absence of, a  few weeks before going East for  training in the flying,school  * /  A dance will be held in the M. M.  and A. A. Hall at Mara, in aid of  the Prisoners of War Fund, on Friday, August 23rd, at 8.30 p.m. Good^  music and refreshments. And everybody welcome.   Tickets, 50 cents.  ������������������������������������������������������V   -VV    -..-*'.* :  J   AriC error, pcctired in the da tes  given in   the   columns   of *thc  j Commoner   last   week for the  {Opening of'the hunting season  lin this district.. Sept. 15th is the  opening date^for all game birds.  A tire catching in the slashing  near the Trinity bridge last week  quickly destroyed the structure,  poad Superintendent Pever visited the "bridge site this week and  i it is expected that work on a  new^ hridgc will soon he under  way.  Mrs. tyat ff utchiuson, who has  heen visiting her friend. Mrs. p.  Brash, for,the past month, returned on, Monday to Edmonton  accompanied hv Miss p. Presh  pn her way Jfo tyoose j^w where  she' h**s accepted a position as  principal of a school:  Tiie Okanagan Telephone Co.  {ias issued an announcement to  ' ?ts. swhscrihers to . the effect  that owing tptye increased cost  of operation it is - compelled  to make an increase varying  from 50c to $J.O0 per month  for all-town, services*.:ss. .  'Ci/v^^^1  Sayr.  ci  y^fc.fc.fc.k.fc.1  Whereas members of the British Columbia Bread Manufacturers' Association wlio manufacture the greater part of the  bread in that Province, have  agreed'that.bi-cad should not be  sold which has not been made  at least twelve- hours and have  requested lhat the same be compulsory.  !*���������������������������' The Canada "Food Board"hcre-  ' bj*- orders: V  i     1.      No bread'which-has'not  jbe'en made al least*twelve hours  shall bc sold or offered or exposed i'or sale in.lh.c province of  -British Columbia.  2.     Order number 52 is hereby revoked.  Daled al Ottawa this 24th day  of July, 1918.  sr  The   Canadian   Food, Board  says:      "Notwithstanding    any-  I thing contained in Order No. 40,  'relating to public caling houses,  pork, as defined therein, may be  served at any time."  x  1    Fruit will bc scarce lhis year  land jam will bc needed badly  inext winler. If you havc a wild  berry patch near your plac.e pick  all you can, and can all yeu can  pick. Jam saves buller. Save  sugar from olher things and use  it for jam-making.  Ql  _4\  A  _ri  'A  S EI!  K  K  E.  WL  E  E  E  E  E  E  For Closing Out Our Business  NG HAS TO GO  e  E  E  E  By September 30th  Mr. G.G. Campbell visited En  derby on Mondav, shaking hands j.  with his manj* friends and well- >  wishers. Mr. Campbell is still  with the C. P. B. running oii the  passenger from Kamloops east.  Hc reports Mrs. Campbell and  children and Mr. and Mrs. Grey7  ell in fair health and, doing well  in the vicinity of Kamloops.  Thc. C. P. R. has closed the  Glacier House indefinitely. .  When out for a motor-drive,  dinner, at the King Edward,  Enderby.,\ - ;      - ���������������������������     ...  ,_  mc  l<r  FOR  Ci&a r? F I  T h s  It is claimed py auto drivers  that the worst hit of road on the  >yay from fnderby to Ann-,  strong is that within the city  limits of ������������������nderby. for thc good  name, of Enderhy this should  not he . Jf country roads can be  kept in condition city roads  should he.  sr  More" than five tons of foodstuffs were condemned in June  by the Winnipeg health department as until for consumption.  Pespitc warnings to conserve  food 3,970 pounds of vegetables  could not be used while 2,115  pounds of fruit were taken off  Uic market-  ir^w'cinr^  Whether in Sterling or Plated Silver  Ware we have almost everything one  . could wish for.  AH displayed for easy'viewing or selection in our special Silver Selection.  To view is to enjoy���������������������������to buy is an added pleasure  further enhanced by our  reasonable  prices.  J. O. AisXeixxxm  \ Successor to  TIMBERLAKE, SON & CO.  S AMwft'������������������ Com Cure  for cantankerous, cran der  j'VvjCww ;,,  Abnolateiy gaaranteed t������������������ t^He  i>' t '-���������������������������       ���������������������������        ��������������������������� *-  [   of^ coyns and . callowspp,  "''8������������������'cwtf  7&TAWWT $  Prwff and Stationtry.  - Armttropf, p. C.  f.'S. poiV't forget that we t������������������lce f  8Hl������������������sc*fiptioRs for all dailjr. papers  Wet magazines.  *  mim  Lee Morris. Propriflor  SATUKDAY NIGHT, AUGUST  17th.       "The    Mystery   Ship."  Kith episode:    ''A Forced   Mar-j  riago" . " I  THE PIG NIGHT I  Th jrs, Aug. 20th  Charles   Dicken's JNiasterpiece  MA Talie: OF TWO .CITIES"-  In 9 reels   ,  A jiiaianltjed. Attraction !  Big Matinee at 2.30  JUST ^RFIVEP  A shipment of strong, well-made  toys for the kiddies, including:  Rocking  Horses   ... .....$3.00  Dandy   Coasters   ..... J ..... .  2.50  Engine with Tender .........  1.25  Tenpins (in box)   ...   1.00  Doll Cradles (blue or white)   .    .85  And ' don't''forget that our ice  eream parlor is open until 11 p.m.,  six nights in the week.  J  The Popular Variety  Store  CI,IPF ST. :-: ENDERBY  C. F. B. License No. 10-0227.  GREAT DRIVE  Commences Friday, Aug. I5t-h  r _ * *      0  All Goods will be   reduced. : Tfour opportunity to buy at less than  present day cost  STOCK UP WHILE YOU HAVE THE CHANCE  LADIES* & CHILDREN'S  UNDEttWEAft  it      *  Ladies Winter Vests, clearing at. .35c each '  Heavy Cotton Vests, white & natural.. 40c  Ladies' Cream Wool Tex Vests, snap... 50c  A   BARGAIN���������������������������Ladies'  Wool   Vestsiwhite  &  Natural ��������������������������� last     Fall's     Price,   \ $1.25���������������������������  TO-DAY V ... r:...  95c ��������������������������� each  Ladies' .Wool  Tex  and  Fleeced  Combinations;' clearing at  .$1.75 suit ;  Ladies'  -Woolen    Mixture    Combinations;  elearirig at  .    ...:.-... .$2.45 suit  - Misses '*': Combinations, . -fine-ribbed;' - wool  '-'finish  ..-:.'. S.-S. S..-...'..-".. :..-/ $1.50 suit  Children's Wool Tex Combinations 1.25 suit  Children's Wool  Tex  Vests  and ;Drawers,   '.-.. .35c, 40cV45c"and 50c a1 garment  P'*  :    HOSIERY       ; u  Heavy Silk-Fleeced Hose ......... 30c jiair1  Extra heavy fleece-lined, 45c pr; 2 pair 85c  Women's Out-size Cotton Hose ; 40c pr.  Ladies', Black Cashmere Hose,. .���������������������������>. -.< .60c>pr,  2 pair for ' '...' 95c?  Black iPure Wool Cashmere Hose ..t>5c pr;<  - 2 pair for : -........ S .'.:. ! i.25  Soft-finish Pure Wool Cashmere A.- 75c pr  2 pair for ... V '... .:V.'.. x .-. i$1.45  Jaeger's Black Cashmere, last Fall's price,  $1.25 pair; today,       95c prJJ  Boy's-extra-heavy -Wool Hose ;. ���������������������������;'��������������������������� ���������������������������"���������������������������". 45c pr*  .    Boy's Worsteds Seamless Hose, pure, wool;:  Boy's Scout' Hosej  pure wool; last' Fall's",'  ���������������������������   ,'   price,*size 10, $i.25; to-day  95c  FURTHER CUTS ON ALL OUR ROOTS. SHOJSS, PUMPS, AND ChffWWlSS  SlfO^S.  Come In ai?<| sp������������������ If we hav^ vour six^ hefor^ sendinar away.        f-  PR^SSGOOPS  for  .  .IS*  . T-  .V "  48rin Reavy Grey. Tweed, .clear af'$1.35-yd  5t5-in heavy, Suiting Tweecf, for ..,.. 4.35, yd  ,56-ln Shepherd s Checfc, pwre wool fipods:  Prown Wool Serge, cjearimpaf ...'. ,95c y< <���������������������������  j^-fn Navy Serge, SNAP af���������������������������'. ..> 85c,y<  clear,.... L35 yc  ClofJ������������������ :. ��������������������������� f.5Q y<  , 27-in... 75c y<| '  k v.  Macfj Wool Cashmere, to clear, J.35 yc  Jure Wool flJacH Armour CJof}������������������ :... J.5Q yc  irey and Creen CordHroy,  ^MNJNGS  -Colored silkeft-liiiing douhle width. .20c yd  All colored Safeeiif, 30-in wide.. 22 i>2c yd  , Gr������������������y Jining, 27-in >ide : 10c yd  , ^|wj;and:hrown;"Coaf fining, very srifffff/  . .doiihlf-.wi^h *y- ���������������������������-    ���������������������������   1Pe yd  fancy   while ,poaf-lining; ^oMhHs-widfh;.  -very sfyfish {i..^..........?.'. ���������������������������>-.....,% yd?  27- n 4������������������p Si M e ewinggf*. V; :39c *myd  -Wx  aj,^ worn mwrw  JTJ -A   '  Ymf^iM   pown,-,.Cwihfom^rtivtrtf #l������������������wtoMotff .". Mc each  fwfhufz? Comfort mm, nl^rlmr *r,,...,T $1.35 e������������������ch  F^ANNp^s and n,AXWWTW9>  27-in White Flanneleffs; SNAP....  15c yd  -3MnJkV_hifeiFlannelene^fo^clear^.=.20c-yd^  36-in White Flannelette, bargain .. ..25c yd  6 pieces only, striped Flannelette, 31-inches  wide; clearing at  22 1-2 c yd  Extra heavy,, 36-in Striped , Flannelette, fo  clear   .' .' '..   25c yd.  28-in heavy Grey Flannel. This is a'bargain  at ��������������������������� '   50c yard  Natural   Flannel,   extra   heavy   quality,   to  clear at   55c yard  s\:-~   pamasksv ptc:  5$-fn Mercerised Pamask, sellingj>qf grice,^  =~-.-=.-.-w>^.-.. .-...v.,.-......:..:..;. ; 65c "yard  66-in pamasfc, a snap at   <��������������������������� -:.  ..... ������������������5c yd  72-in^ Union Linen Pamask, worth foday.  ff.50 a yard; our price   75c yd  ������������������xfra Heavy Safin Pamask; clear at $5c'yd  24-i������������������ pwre linfn half bleached Hucklvback, .*50c yd  18-in heavy plain Huckaback .. 25c yd  18-in Striped Huckaback, ex. heavy, 20c yd  lo-iq Pure Linen Huckaback, onr price, 30c  Safin Pamask Servjetts, J5c each, fjf.65 doz  WP WlJvJL NOT PXCRANGP SAP^ GOQPS  English   JMarcclla   Rcdsprcads,   68x8Jf;  Clearina at SL95, $2.75 & $3.25  44-inch Circular Pillow Cotton, ,40c vd  A few Hemstitched Pillow Cases left.  NO GOOPS ON APPROVAL  f^Spacc docs not permit of us descrihinc all our Rarcuins.   The ahove arc onlv  a few.   Do not leave it until too late. Shop carlv and1 save vour jnonev.  MUNRO  tar  Armstrong, B. C.  ��������������������������� Kl  p  h  fa  * El  IB  .E\  E  j -  v,'?.  A OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, AUGUST lo 1918  *./���������������������������    sf^ far    far    ^    far  5; i? x s? s; s; s; xx x x x x x x x x, x x  .������������������'."'     ON THE ROUNDS WITH   THE LOCAL PRINTER      55  Hi*       mooistorod in Accordance with the Copyright Act.)  ?S j Cr sr sSsrsSsr s.V' sr ������������������ - - j; K 5; 5< 5? J? 5? X X XX X X X X XX"!  ���������������������������   \   JS    JS   JS   Jl   J~S   J"l   JS    JS   **   "   *^  hc is today. When everyone  ['eared for lhc safety of Scheffcr  and Litzmann,' who appeared to  be hopelessly surrounded east of  Lodz, Hindenburg retained his  calm, and when the anxiety was  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  at  its  height  asked  where  thc  Tho  nviir-rilv  (if  community a ' systematic  round  up   of  lhe splendid   cake    on '��������������������������� lhe   dinner  reforms   md enterprises.arc ex- business houses of lhe town. It | tabic   had   come    Irom.'      The  Ledited  i   I     existence- through did nol take him long to figure mother   ot   a   young  lieutenan  he ifor   o   the*local newspaper oul that outside stationery trav-:had sent it and Hindenburg did  e'en   r bev are not originally . clers  were, "lifting" .practically not neglect to send his thanks  conceived al Hal source. * Nine- Iwo-lhirds of his legitimate job .The      apparently     'surrounded  teen   lines   o       of   Iwciitv   the work   from   the   local   business corps broke  through .with  tha  loc'il."wspaper, no mallei- how houses-and only in exceptional cold   decision   Lhat   Hindenburg  tsf-incr^o^ ciiscs   were   the   outside   prices 'seemed justified nv expecting ol  uen te    h  sVstic  community lower, or lhe work such as could  ihem and took 12 000 prisoners  booster     There" arc'occassions, not he  turned out at thc local* in  the bargain!    Such absolute  oSve'r   w  en the mind of lhc print shop. jcalm is for the mosl part a gi  Sr   becomes depressed   and      He found that in the majority of nature, but ihs also a result  his enthusiasm is put ��������������������������� lo these- of  instances   the  local  business 'of lhe training to bearVicavy rc-  ���������������������������    -ind of lest -people   had   handed   oul   their -Sponsibililics, m which German  NcicslkiiKioi  i.csi. ro| thouglillcsslv.al-;0|Iicers are drilled from,llie be-  NK 0FM0NTREAL  In   order  convev the silualion in  lhis re-  tbough  in no case was  the ex  ui nning."  -B.  C.       Veterans'  ^....j   ...~ ....-- cusc SOUnd or loval.    He talked Weekly.  spect lo the mmd ol 1 c.it. Iu, n m.,,iei-ovcr with Ihem quict-  lcl the case o a cimUuii nc^s- |y .md cycn wcn, .m[Q lhc'sllb_  paper   proprietor   jji   a   cci Uun ([Uality, price and other  medium-sized   lown   in   Jjntibn ��������������������������������������������� '        ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������....  Columbia be cited:  Learn the Job Thoroughly  ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YEARS  RemittancestoSoUiers  Remittances to soldiers in  England, Belgium, France  or Eastern Countries may  be made through the Bank  of Montreal either by cable,  if haste is essential; or by  Draft or Bank Money Order  if to be sent by letter post.  I^^atows^i''  HEAD   OFFICE. MONTREAL.  D. R.CLARKE,  Supt., British Columbia Branches.  VANCOUVER.  E. J.  White,  Manager,   Armstrong Branch.  BRANCHES IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  Enderby.       i,   ���������������������������       P.nlicton.       -       Snancrlul,  KiImu,  .       -       PrUeeU.,       -       V������������������n������������������������������������.  trade terms.   Bill hc had an cf-      One ol" the first things a sane  .feelive auxiliary argument, and man will do when undertaking  The editor of thc paper was jlc dj({ nol hesitate to use it.        a new business is to learn all ne  m hirtblv important figure in lhc      Here hc had, through his pa- can about it. He inspects it Irom  il   m&i     J I ._.,,,     ...1,:���������������������������K     I,!,.1  K���������������������������,.���������������������������        il.������������������        ������������������������������������������������������1 l���������������������������r\,r,.-A       *,nA,.,nnint     nnd    looks     I OI'  lercsts of thc district and was ai concerning thc well arc ol the tirsl tliougm is now cim uc =>n>^  all times rendv and anxious to businessmen whom he served that money. He docsn t want lo  serve the public welfare to the Avith a highly creditable week- lose his investment. On Inc con-  fullest extent of his ability and ly paper; be liad borne the brunt Irary, hc desires and expects to  influence. Thc people of the dis-.0f manv a campaign in the in- make more. 1 herd ore be goes  lrict; recognized him as a live teres Is of the town and for the! inlo the smallest detail and silts  wire, amfthe businessmen con-.(ijstrjcts future welfare. Hc had | the Ihing to the last ho lc so that  fessed that they were fortunate beard thc appeal of merchants Jhe will nol make an untorlunatc  in having such a results-bring- jbal people bc induced  to buy mistake ���������������������������--.:>.  ing booster in their midst. :at home instead of sending out  So far so good���������������������������but this abroad,  printer had to live thc. same as In short, he soon convinced  otber people. His advertising the right-minded businessmen  columns were fairlv well patron- of tbeir own unpatriotic, policv,  ized, but the rate "was low and and the situation was speedily  in order to keep things going adjusted to the entire satisfac-  propcrly bc had to depend large- tion of all concerned,  lv upon thc job work branch of It is to bc regretted that there  liis business.' In taking stock of are many other towns, not a  things onc day be came to thc thousand miles away, wherc a  conclusion that bc really was readjustment of the personal  netting but verv Uttlc of the job policy of some-local business  work' business". Then hc did men could be effected with high-  some tall thinking, with thc re- ly advantageous results for thc  suit that ncxt morning hc began general community interests.  Peace River, District  The recent reservation in the    .interests of soldier settlement of  The Peace River district, has available Dominion lands has al-  for many years been tbe subject so necessitated preparation of  of much interest and specula-la map which would show the  tion     Alluring  talcs from  ad-1 area  in  Northern3 Alberta  that  venturous pioneers, of ils won   '��������������������������� ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������i < ��������������������������� *m. ���������������������������  derful resources, charming cli  mate and varying scenery, have  long since lent to thc district  thc charm of romance which the  distance and uncertainty bjend  with glowing promises. Now,  however, the land is so long celebrated by legend and mystery  is being proved, a reality^ tnoq-  ZHW tnmsporUUion h������������������vta& s<> to  sneaKi WUfcht H to &w floors.  A journey from pdm&won .to  tbe town of peace Jtfver, for instance, that five year* ago consumed nearly two weeks of toil  has been reserved for this purpose. This publication is now  available for distribution and  should prove of considerable  value to the returned soldier  .who is considering the advisability of settlement in the Peace  fliver country, likewise, to tlie  . ��������������������������� ���������������������������*'    * ������������������ _*��������������������������� ��������������������������� r.  How different it is with many  men entering into employment.  Their capital is tbeir reputation,  tbeir ability to work; perhaps  tbey have a reputation yet to  make. nBut tbey don't'go about  it like the businessman investing  bis capital of money. Tbey don't  look into tbe job and sec what  the other fellow preceding them  did and how that can bc improved upon. Their sole idea  seems to be to draw the salary  and to do a certain amount of  work automatically. It is all  thc difference in thc world, it  a duty is skimmed over or ii it  is done carefully with a complete knowledge of detail, of  possibilities for improvement  and of results to be achieved1.  The worker who has his heart  aiid soul in his work is bound,to  succeed in. the end and he ..is  worth a halfrdozen of the careless sort who aim at nothing but  the serving of so much time between tbe weekly paydays.  pfams Falling  When the Hewitt near Silver-  Prize Lists are ready for the  Big Fall Fair at Armstrong on  the 18 and 19 Sept. " Get your  copy from Mat. Hassen, Sec.  1  I  ���������������������������o������������������  0  **s  **s  i  i  s^  \  More Profit to the  i  I  Iron  payment on Pelivery  proflppetivc nomcste-Hler. as iV.^on Was operated by Monty Pay  sjiows the areu within which-aialMj 0qiers it rain heaviy intc  homestead may he procured, al- ^cj,t. 'J'be mill, compressor and  so the total mjmb&r of quarter- flmr>e, etc were given as secur-  sections lhal are slill available' jtv |0 several creditors. Clarence  in each township within reason-' Cunningham took a. lease upon  nhle distance from a railway. A1 tv,a i���������������������������M%Aftv snme time ado. and  ahle clistancfc from a railway. A i ^e property some time a������������������o,  copy of the report or map or agreecl to pay the creclitoT  VtntVi   ������������������viiiv   ho   t\rnr������������������iirp*l   frop.   nf   a..^...c*      Trie  i������������������������������������r������������������r4i������������������l*v1  thai  and  |. V, SAUPPR CO.  "Will pay you $7.00 per ton for old  iron and steel, etc. old implement*  free from wood, deliverd to John  Tedford, Knderby. Hope Bros..  Armstrong, or at his own   yard   in  Vernon  B.C.  -niles north of the International  '>oundarv line, 'carrying P<>th  sleeping and dining-car accommodation.  The Department of thc interior,   through   its   Natural   fte-  sourecs-In tclligcnctj=3ra ncluhas_  oreparcd and is ^stributinff a  new  illustrated  report on   this  district based on investigations  made bv officials of the Branch  luring   1917.    The  publication  -ontains interesting information  with regard lo climate, soil, ag-  -iculture. minerals, game, watcr  lowers, transportation and cdu-  ���������������������������ation.     A  map of the district  4iu,4i������������������iuiiui, vmct>*������������������*' must pavu ji mfffi^ t^j^ ���������������������������" ������������������"?  ��������������������������� pocjtet. After coming the Hew-  Pewl mi] Allvis Hindenhurg   Vu for six years Harry Wilson    'will   get $29,600 next month'  Is hindenburg dead? There Herman Clever, $16,000 and  is plenty of material for obit- palma Angrignon, $H������������������900; The  uarv notices if it is so. One hears capitalists are getting thicH at  -with -surprise,. _ahouL_his��������������������������� apo- iSlocan f^ike.  peptic fit at a stormy meeting  P. O. WOOD, B. C. L. S.  Armstrong and Salmon Arm  for Hindenburg was noted for  his imnerturable calm. This is  what one who knew him wrote  about him: "Just  has bcen unable to  denburg's mode of  WOOP SAWING  Having  purchased   the   gasoline  ��������������������������� ti.-uiMMtt ~  ....���������������������������   -,  ���������������������������   ���������������������������,_ cordwood and TpoJ .       .  rigor of lhc war and its events prices;  consistent^jyith  the���������������������������  tirnes_  of world-historical bc������������������rin*^  -Uion        \  nn\]) m   i>>v ........ .v,.  not becn able to disturb bis com-.-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������attention-to your wood-cutting re-  ������������������������������������������������������.iiowina general topography ac- posurc.   He was unrumc^at the quirements^at;oll'times. -  companies  tbe  report. j time of thc Mazunan battles as ^   Stamilro.  Subdivisions, Mineral  Claims., Timber Limits, Pre-emptions, Drainage.  Irrigation and Road Surveys, Maps  and plans.  Phone 02 Salmon Arm, U.U  SECRET  SOCIETIES  Enderby Lodge No. 4(  Regular meetings nrsi  TViurBday on or after th-  full moon at 8 p. m. in Ma  sonic     Hull. Visitin?  brethren cordially  invito  C. H. REEVES   Secretury  en5erby lodge  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every  Monday  evenini-  in Masonic Hall.    Visitors cor  dially invited to attend.  CHAS. HAWINS.C. C.  H   M. WALKER. K. R. b  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  PROFESSIONAL  V C. SKALING, B. A."  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  jijy be-r-prih, ,  qj^huftef wrap, is a Wesswgin $*$$������������������& the  average farmer.,.  It fs the cjwty of every hwtter iM^r to.wp-.  ply with the h������������������w in this matter. Some butter  in������������������ker������������������ have only ������������������ eow or two, ������������������������������������������������������d m������������������He ������������������o mtle  hwtter that it iloes not ������������������ppew *������������������ ���������������������������m ^ W  Jan ������������������ffor4 to .have tbif rhwtter wraps prwted.  They ^o not hHe the i<Je������������������ of \mx\n$ m or 1000  butter wraps on mmf. To accommodate thw  class of hwttermalcers, we have prwte^ np  -a quantity oPfGustom^^  prmted with the worcls *f resh Pairy Putter hut  do not hear the name of the matter. However,  these wrappers fill the requirements of the law  governing this point, and can he bought, m small  quantities at the rate of 65c a hundred m 100 or  50 lots. Jf you do not require hutterwraps w  larger lots, taKe these wraps in lesser quantities.  500, Single Order.    -    -    $3.75  1000   ������������������      "   -      -       475  When   run    wilh   other wdwit |3.5Q ������������������w| f4.W  Cnderby, P.C.  TW.P CAJtY PRPSS  Armstrong, P.C.  Classified   A4  Cost little but reach  many, and are  first-class^pullers  business     Try one in The COMMONER. 2c & lc a ayo.  Shov/ing how soldiers of  CHARGING  lhc Allies go inlo  IN  FACE  OF  DROPPING   BOMBS  action in open formation when enemy bombs are dropping.  [PROMPTLY SECUBEP!  ir  all  countries.  Ask  for our INVENTOR'S ADVISER,which will be sent fre*  MARION & MARION.  ^M Univereltw St.������������������ Montreal.  I PAY CASH for POULTH]  and EGGS  Shipments solicited wheth  large   or   small.     Remittal!  made on day of receipt of goc1  at prevailing market prices.  A. E. SAGE      Armstrong, B'j THURSDAY, AUGUST       1918  SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP  iKANACtAN commoner  Whatever Else It May Lack  Must Have Organization  It  or the administration did nol  support him properly, or he was  waiting i'or the enemy to get into a more favorable position i'or  attack, but Lincoln at length in  Grant found a man who never  made excuses, and never apologized, but acted.  A born leader, the typical efir-  cient man, utilizes whatever is  to hand. He does not ask for  imitators impossible condilions,���������������������������be accepts the situation, makes the  most of it, aiid acts.  The world is full of semi-suc-  those  of medi-  Whatevcr else a successful  leader lacks, he must be an organizer and know how to make  successful combinations. Born  leaders are not imitators, but original thinkers. They have  slrong individuality,  are always "trailers."  Successful leadership depends  entirely upon one's "abilitv to  multiply himself through others J cessful  people  for the great leaders must not ocre achievement and those who  only lay plans which are prac- j are dead failures simply because  iieal, but must also be able .to.they, are so organized that  call around them those who can they will not act until the con-  carry out their orders efficiently  merely a conference with no executive authority, and it does  morc than make academic recommendations to the British  Government. A-t the end of 1916  the summons came to all the  Dominions to take part in executive decisions of the highest  authority, and that day market  a definite step in the development of the British community  of nations. It is, for Canadians,  a proud acknowledgement of  our place among the free commonwealths of the Empire that'  we are asked to have a share in!  these executive acts. The Brit-'  ish constitution has grown according   to   necessities   as   they  Common Sense and Success  Some years ago I was instrumental in securing a place for  a young man in a business insti-  . arose.   To meet new situations,'J tution.    His education was lim-  ditions  are  just  as   they  wish' new devices have becn arranged, itcd, circumstances having com-  and vigorouslv. them, and everything is favor-.But the strange thing is that os polled him to lcavo school"at tho  The strength of leadership is able. |the new devices arose out of a age  of  eleven.     He  could  add  measured verv largclv by one's j But what a relief for the head, sort of national instinct for gov- correctlv, spell fairlv well and  ability to profit by the work of, of a great enterprise to find a crnment, their full meaning and write a'good hand, but in addi-  others. As a rule, great leaders, Grant among his employees who implications were appreciated ticn to "this slender stock of  arc not men of detail, but they .does not ask if the enemy is in j only after they had become full- knowledge, he had onc qualifi-  inust know what lhc details are,'a favorable position or if every-(fledged institutions. That has cation that is oflem of much  and  bc  able  lo  havc them  at- thing is in  an  ideal condition, been lhc normal course of pro- greater assistance to a man than  bul makes lhc most of things as gross   of   thc   constitution���������������������������not anything   else.     He   had   com-  tlicv arc and pushes ahead. ihy the method of devising ways mon sense.    He said to me, "If  It is a thousand times belter  at-  cx-  lendcd  to with  thc  utmost  acti tudc.  A general cannot do lhc duly  of a private. If he attempts it  he will fail: and if hc commands  more lhan one army, hc should  perform as little detail work as  possible.  In tliis thc generals who ore-  ceded Granl in lhc Civil War  failed. They could not grasp  lhc principle of large leadership.  Have, you common sense? If  you are doing your employer's  will in his way, you have. If not,  you don't possess the article in  question. If you have common  sense you will succeed because  tlie mistakes will not be yours  but your employer's. . If you do  not possess this quality, you will  fail and become onc of the class  who drift about the,world, seeking but not finding a place  where  thev can stav.  While ten men watch chances  j one man makes chances. While  j ten meif wait for something to  . turn up, one man turns some-  | thing up.     So, while ten  men  fail, one succeeds and is called  a man of luck, the favorite of  Fortune.   There is no luck like  pluck and Fortune favors those  who arc most in different to Fortune.  beforehand  to make a mistake now and then  than to never move at all.  The Imperial War Cabinet  sense.  to meet dillicullies you will help me to get a posi-  that might not arise. Thc mem- \\0n 1 will try to keep H. I don't  hers of thc Imperial War Cabin- kpr>w verv much, but if I am  el may perhaps feel that their lolcl how to do a thing; I'll do  work   is   not  appreciated  as  it it."  should bc by lhe public at large, i Thai voung man was true lo  Some Canadian newspapers 'B"l wc believe they arc building his word. When I met him thc  arc complaining lhat thc Prcm- tI'uly and sincerely the founda- other dav hc lold mc hc had  icr and ministers should bc at tions of a broader Imperial fed- succeeded in working his wav to  home attending lo matters in oration, and lhat time will jus- an important and ^.sponsible  Canada, instead of bcina' in Lon- [\h" , , their       labors.���������������������������Canada position  in   the  service  of   thc  j company   lhat   had   employed  him   (cn years before.    Hc did  It may bc a little farther  around the corner of a square  deal, but the road is much better.  So live that you each year may  bc.  While time glides swiflly by,  A little farther from the earth,"  And nearer to the sky.  *  McLellan built up his own armv ,       Avilli greal cllicicncy, and disci- don al the Imperial War Cab- Wceklv  plined it wilh skill.    Mis army.incl nicclinas.    This .complaint,  made   a   splendid   appearance, is an annual affair, and no one  Thc  sup' irb  condition   of  Me- need be disturbed  by it.    The  'papers Avhich grumble because  Sir Robert Borden is in London  woidd bc llie first to assert lhal  Clcllan's army,  thc love of his  men I'or him. and lhc eflicicncy  of his discipline led Lincoln  lo  think   lhal   a   man   who   could Canada's  make such a  splendid showing neglected  Obliging  not know very much but hc  know enough lo do whal hc was  lold to" do.    His common" sense  wilh his own armv could do the if hc had remained at home. Thc  ���������������������������e'lmc wilh several armies, but,Cabinet this year is complete,  this was a mistake. McClcllan where last year it lacked the en-  did not seem lo havc the ku-ucjergy and decisiveness of Prem-  view of a commander-in-chief.' icr Hughes ofP Australia. At-  The same Ihing was praclicallv' tendance upon it entails a sacri-  truc of all lhc generals Lincoln,lice in lime and labor on the  tried before hc selected Grant, j pari of the members from the  In him hc Jound a man who overseas dominions which is not  could do things. [appreciated by the average cit-  Whcn Lincoln ordered an-,izcn. But thc sacrifice is well  othcr general lo advance, he worth while. The War Cabinet  sent excuses for delay;, thc cav- is morc lhan a glorified form of  aIrv horses' tongues were sore, i thc pre-war Imperial Confer-  or he did nol have enough men, !cncc.   It is really a Cabinet, not  Thc  man  of   this  slory  is  a has enabled him to win, it has  verv light sleeper,  onc who is j covered a multitude of deficicn-  inlcresls   were   being'readily awakened aud who is'a'cics and it has gained for him a  at thc seal of empire long lime getting to sleep.   In a .position that is to bc envied.  hotel hc had at last got sound  asleep  when   a   loud   rap,   repealed, awoke him.  "What's wanted?"  "Package here for you."  "Well, it can wail till morn-  inf. I suppose?"  The boy departed, and after  It will do as much for you if  you use it. Employers* desire  men who will do what they arc  told in thc way they arc told.  Thc failure or success of the  business is a matter that concerns thc employer more than  it docs the employee.    The em  it long time the man was sound plover has his capital at stake  and hc wants men who will execute his orders, men who will  carry out instructions to the letter; not those who will insist  upon doing- work some other  way.. ,'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"..  asleep again, when there came  another resounding knock at his  door.  "Well, what is it now?"  "'Taint   for ������������������you,   that   package."���������������������������Exchange.  Northern Okanagan Creamery  . Association  WATCH US GROW  Our   output   for   the month   of July   was    11,161  pounds of the very best of pasteurized   butter  143 gallons of Arctic Velvet ice cream  WE WILL DISTRIBUTE OVfR $5,000,00  to the patrons this month.    This is paid in cash and  will be in circulation in the Northern Okanagan  PREP-RE FOR WINTER CREAM  Butter and butterfat prices will-be the highest ever-  known   this  coming   winter.      Get readv now to-  make your share of   the  profits and   at   the same  time do your patriotic duty in the way of production!  fr~  ���������������������������������������������.���������������������������  35  tQ fit YQHNWlVM PHf  Fall and Winter Underwear  fallowing lines of un4erwear:  ���������������������������\  MEN'S AH WOPl  Stanfield's   fljwe   l-abe| per garment $3.50  StanfieldV Red  UM   per garment  3.00  Ribbed* all wool  per garment   3.00  Ribbed, grey wool per garment   2.00  The Store that will give you the maximum  use value for your cash  MEN'S WQQIEN  Stanfield'*   Truro JCnit per garment $2.50  Ribbed JCnit, medium  per garment  200  Penman* woojen, nudium per garment J.25  Elastic, Bibbed, medium, gar. J.25 and 150  Stanfield's union suits,   Red Isabel     per suit $6.00  Penman's worsted knit  per suit $4.00  Watson's worsted krit per suit $4.00  Penman's Fleece Joined cotton per garment $1.25  BOYS' UNDERWEAR  Penman's   Plain   Knit size 26, $1.00; 28, $1.10;  30 and 32, $1.20  Penman's Fleece Lined Cotton per garment  85 OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, AUGUST 1?, 1918  The  Corner  Hardware  Pieserve and Can all you can!  E-Z  Pint Sealers ,per  Quart      " "*  -1 Gallon "  doz.  $1.50  $1.75  $2.50  BINDER TWINE  STANDARD ��������������������������� 500 feet to a lb   32c  In  SACK TWINE  half pound hanks @ 65c and $1.00 per  Sack  Needles   @   25c and  -10c  lb.  Automobile Tires, Etc.  30x3������������������ Plain Tread  ���������������������������:     Nobby    i:  ;:     Tubes  Polarine oil (Bnlk)  each $17.00  (;      $21.50  "   sa.eo  cndlon  $1.00  Moboil;   (for motorcycles)  per  SI. 90  Rumember Dr. William's Fly Spray for your cattle.  For Sale Here  MacPhail Smith Harde Co, Ltd.  oCORNER HARDWARE ARMSTRONG, B.C.  PHONE 33  PENTAJL ANNOUNCEMENT  Pr. Pent wishes to announce the opening of  his Dental Parlors in the W. H. SmiUi Plock,  Barnard avenue. Vernon, P. C. Pr. Pent will  give special attention  to out of town patients.  Phone 343 or write for appointments.  P. O. Pox 51. Vernon, p. C.  NEW  TUNGS-TONE STYUS  Needle Avill play from 50 to 200  records  without changing.  ���������������������������.,"���������������������������'  Victor Records  90c far two selections  H.S. BEST  Armstrong,   B.C.  Try EDISON'S NEW  DIAMOND  AMBEROLA  in your home for 5 days  Must Push Offensive  $7.50  down  $7.50 monthly  Ambcrolo '-30" and 12 Records  $63.80  Hood Stationary Co.  The Edison Distributors  Vernon, B. C.  Washington,    Aug.    10.���������������������������The  Poultry Husbandry  Arc you interested in main-  time for 'XmcrlcJs^reaiest^e^ U^nimfjhc poultry industry of  fort in the present war has ar- British Columbia/  riml" General March declared I War time conditions have  lodav in his talk with corres- brought our poullry industry  pon len s. This counlry must hit face to face with many problems  ard ancl keep thc foe running, nnd considering he industry as  c sad, indicating that there is a whole, or tlie vital part it plays  >o������������������  XX  XX  >(><  ������������������o  FOREMAN & ARMSTRONG  Ml*  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  A la  Grace  corsets.are the Ideal corsets for a  back lace stylish, graceful and com'forable. corset.  New styles.  Prices from $1.25 to 3.50  Gossard Corsets, the world's leading front  ll  corsets,.full  range  iced  Prices fron $2.25 to  of sizes  4.00  Corset shields, prolongs the life of a corset.  25c  a set.  Ladies' White cotton  hose, good quality,  all sizes. 40c per pr.  Children's White cot-  tan hose, 40c, 45c  and 40c pr. all sizes.  Ladies' summer vesta  with short sleeve or'  without. Splendid values 30c, 35c to 50c  each. Su ui in er co m -  biu'itious,... 85c, 95c  and $1.25 each.  Outsize Gingham and print House  Dresses.   Sizes 44 to  5.7    Good patterns. Prices $2.00, 2 25 to 3 00 each  in  to  bc  no  relaxation  driving tactics/  Hc discouraged any talk of  lhe war's being over. The greatest advantage of the present military situation, he declared, is  dial lhe .Allies now have lhc enemy guessing instead of guess  ina themselves. He said tliat Am  Foch's in our country's food supply, il  .is important" that everything  should bc done to maintain il on  sound lines.  | In consideration of these facts  a convention is being called to  meet al the Vancouver Exposition on Thursday, August 22nd,  'at 5.30 p.m.   The "purpose of lhc  Canadian   Pood   Control   License  No������������������.   S-22,300  OK  >o<  >a<  ><)  >o<  >o<  thciil  ^^"^^^^���������������������������9^^^.^^^^  erica s    power, is caused by lhe need ot  striking lhe hardest blows possible from this time on.  Reading a confidential cable  regarding- thc Allies offensive in  Picardv, the General disclosed  thc fact that Brilish prison  camps can not hold thc prisoners-being taken. He confirmed  thc capture of a German general  and his stall", and said lhat in  thc centre of the line the Aliics  encountered slight opposition.  Discussing  thc situation  cre-  inlCL-csls pertaining lo thc.pou!  try industry in our Province, to  consider and discuss thc vital  problems effecting Uic production of poullry and poultry products.  A program is being developed  that will bc of special interest in  these critical times. Tlie discussions will bc led by some of the  best and well informed men in  the country.  |    Thc    Exposition    authorities  have - very   kindly   offered   the  juries and restored their cour  age, and which is fighting with  such unconquerable energy to  restore to them their liberty and  independence."  Britain's Sugar Policy     ���������������������������  Britain has given six months'  nolicc to lhc signitorics of lhc  Brussels sugar convention-* lhat  shc intends to resume complete  liberty of action in regard to her  policy respecting sugar.  Thc Australian embargo will  prevent the importation of any  jB.C.   apples   into   that   counlry  ! this year.  Woman and Electricity  ancl  0     .     . r t]     banquet hall at thc  oted. by the aj^ncc * as tot Am- convcnlion.   T,^y havc also of_  icns, thecgcneral said *at it h*l , provicfc   suppcr   for  caused a new P^ ������������������mitai to .    attendance free of all  that   on    the    Soissons-rlncinis f      .  line.   Its chief peril to thc Ger-jCOSI-   lines is-tlie. threat-to the  man  railroad line--of communication  running south of Chaulhes.On  this line thc German troops in  the Mont Pidier section obtain  Belgian Refugees  There are still Jl70,000 refugees in the United Kingdom, and      ,.,  -...._ ^ :_ Ulc  ^,������������������������������������������������������,hW ��������������������������� commission,  lighting on the Veslc tropt, saidi jhcsc figurcs arc taken from  Uie general Jiad been promptly \9 vc���������������������������oH rcCentty made by the  met hy JVJarsbal Foch, Jjy the Cjlcv*alier Carton de Wiart and  "��������������������������� "wnl* Mv. C. Smesters, on Jrfhalf of  the Belgian  official committee.  Sir. continents are involved in  the world* war���������������������������Europe, Asia,  Africa, Norlh and South Amcr-  tyade JHimJfojnesick  After not  seeing each  other  blow in picardy'where* events  of thc Marne seem likely to be  duplicated.  God W*s Limit  Jle was the four-year-old offspring of the beloved minister, Tr _   T_.  of  a"well-known  and  popular'munition  zcrland and Spain.  Happiness  In earnest  Jn onward  cmg.  In overcon  which was established by royal  decree in J9}4������������������    ft is most interesting to" note, says  the report, how the Belgians have become   adapted   to   their   exile.  They   have   erected   their  own  factories,    published  ipers, organized  jm"s"chwls7~iarid   ��������������������������� CT number of com-  jm it tecs fori the purpose of pro-  One day the young son was viding comforts for the soldiers  having trouble" with his toy or comforts for the wounded,  ins replied: "Well, mc laci is, I when a neighbor passing by was and to lhe civilian population  striving, in pursuing, iold chap, that it's not through  moving and in chan- M-will  or  bad  -=N.-A.=-Wayes^\vilUbe  son with his machine,  anteed.  thou'll find in doing.  ma and  advancing.  We are at lasl destroying war  ���������������������������liie b-'-asl from tlie bottomless  pit���������������������������-will) his own weapons.���������������������������Israel ZangwiU.  never conic and sec the wife and  mc any morc. Why is it?" Jen-  replied: "Well, lhc fact -.,, W,IV#11 ��������������������������� 11Ub,lll���������������������������> ,,.._...��������������������������� ���������������������������;     ~   _   ,--_  appealed lo for help. The neigh-:of occupied Belgium, or of as-    or  bad  feeling,  or any-ljj0r fclt incompetent  to advise sisting thc war efforts of their  thing like that, you know, only! and t,skcd: j British hosts. They have, for in-  '   " '     " '       '       "Why don't  you  go to your stance,  formed a Belgian Pood  father "and  find" out'what's" tlie Economy Commillcc and a Bel-  matter?    He'll know." | gian   section   of   thu  Women's  "No use," said the litllc chap Land Army.    In conclusion, lhc  in disgust. "He won't know. He authors of the report sav  vou and Mrs. Possniirc havc  borrowed so many things from  me lhal when I sec your place  il makes me feci quite homesick."  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-17170.  HOT WEATHER SUGGESTIONS  MENS FURNISHINGS  STRAW HATS  SPORT SHIRTS  "CANVASS- SHOES  BELTS, ETC.  GROCERIES  B.V.D. UNDERWEAR  BATHING SUITS  LIGHT-WEIGHT HOSE  Lemonade,   Or-  Catsup,  Canned  Lime Juice, Grape Juice, Raspberry l Vinegar,  angeade, Lemonade Powder, Pickles, Olives,  Meats, Canned Fish. Etc.  All kinds of Schram tops, Economy  tops,  JB-Z Seal tops.   Tops, jars and rubber bands  The Slore for Quality and Quantity.  ���������������������������H  'TV  ENDERBY, B.C.  don't know  God!"  anything  'ccpt about  "A Tale of Two Cities"  Great  mas-  Not only will England have  welcomed individual refugees  who came to seek shelter while  the invasion was raging, but a  lillle Belgium will have lived  Charles Dickens' great mas- and worked in England���������������������������a Bel-  tcrpicce "A Talc of two Cities" ygium that has been able to  in 9 reds, will be shown at the breathe freely, has preserved  Avalon Theatre, Armstrong, on her ancient traditions, her fac-  Tuesdav, Aug. 20th. featuring tori cs, schools, works of charity,  ���������������������������William Farnum in the dual and the quiet and courageous  role. Book lovers will have a endurance that enables the coun-  chance to sec Dickens' work try to pass the most tragic  true to life in this beautiful pro- crisis in her history. It would  duclion. A picture that will be paltry and unjust to attach  please the old folks as well as importance to petty criticisms  the" young. Starting promptly lor individual failings. There is  at 8.30 in'thc evening arid a big no doubt that thc exiled Blgians,  matinee at 2.30.  Uncle Sam's food bill for his  soldiers alone is $800,000 a day.  On a foundation of universal  brotherhood, wc can build a  war-proof world.���������������������������James S. Mc-  gaw  by their energy and their stren  nous work, won over the sympathy ol" the British nation. In  the'same way thc general feeling of thc exiled Belgians is a  feeling of real gratitude toward  lhc noble and generous nation  which has so kindly welcomed  them, which has healed their in-  CLASSIFIED ADVTS.  2c ji  word   first insertion; 1c a word  thereafter.    -5c minimum  WANTED���������������������������Ten cords of 18-inch  sound fir wood, or five cords of  birch. Must be delivered by  Sept. 1st. The Walker .Press,  Enderby.  FOUND���������������������������A * pair pf gold-rimmed  spectacles in case. Owner can  have same by proving property  and paying for this adverdsment.  Apply Commoner oflice, Armstrong- ' V-t  When a woman is sulky  will not speak���������������������������exciter.  If shc gels  too excited���������������������������con-,]  trollcr. ..  If shc  talks  too  long���������������������������interrupter.  If her way of thinking is noij  yours���������������������������converter.  If shc will come all thc way|  ���������������������������receiver.  If shc wants to go further-  conductor.  If shc wants to go still further���������������������������dispatcher.  If shc wants to bc an angel���������������������������  . transformer.  If you think shc is unfaithful]  ���������������������������detector. '.'-"'���������������������������'  If she goes up in lhc air���������������������������con!  denser.  If shc wants- chocolate���������������������������feed^  cr.  FALL ft\E VQft SALE���������������������������Clean seed  5 cents per pound. Pring your  sacks. C. E. Strickland, pnderpy.  53-2  WANTPP���������������������������One or. two high school  girls to hoard with Mrs. ft. IL  Pavis, Armstrong.    ,           J have a large list of,enquiries  from the Prairie Provinces for  Mixed" farms an<t Stock Jpanches.  Mail vour descriptions of properties direct to the office.  OFX>. MICKMSPOPOUGH  Pox 398 Vernon  EQft SALE���������������������������One motor truck; ^2  horse-power engine; 3 new tires;  all in running order. Can he  seen at Fletcher's Garage, pulton  Hardware  Co..  Enderby.      44-tf  THRESHING NOTICE  .auJUthis- sear  Work guar  2-t  WANTED���������������������������Improved farm Armstrong District. State improvements, cash price or terms.  J. Henderson,  Kamloops, B. C.  Canada's War Bread  Canada's war bread is made]  from 90 per cent wheat tloutj  and 10 per cent substitutes. ThLl  makes thc loaf a little, darker!  but it is just as palatable as eve?|  if. properly made and just as nuf  tritious. The Canada .Food  Board warned bakers i?ot to us.j  artificial means of whitening  war l>read. - *��������������������������� <J  fhont* 77 Armstrong, PC]  ON TW mwi<  is where we want to stand  always  our  relations to our patrons..  ���������������������������.If.you.l'ave.not .yct.t'omid.n.placc.thj  is entirely satisfactory, try  QVft. AUTQMOBIJPB GAKAG*]  Wc offer the best supplies nnd acc-,j  sories ancl do-prompt, careful work J  Repairing.  McLaughlin and Chevrolet C������������������  STOVE REPAIRS  We can supply you wijh.repairs for all makes  of Stoves and Furnaces. Heating Stoves returned  and made as good as new as quarter the cost.  We still have a fine line of Community Silverware and Carving Sets. Also a few pieces of Cut  Glass���������������������������all at 1913 prices. Don't overlook this  when vou wish to give a present to your friends.  Ammunition and Guns  in and complete.  Our fall stock is now  F������������������nONHARDWi  PlltMBING.HEATINC.TINSMITHING


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