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 ARMSTRONG,  B.C.  NDERB Y,      I  i B . C. I  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND ARMSTRONG ADVERTISER.  Vol XV. No, 30, Whole No. 752  ARMSTRONG. B.C.. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918.  Subscription, S2.00 per vear: 5c the copy  ENTRANCE   EXAMINATIONS  Excellent Results in the Armstrong and Enderby Schools  CROP CONDITIONS  Every Armstrong candidate  Writing in the entrance examinations passed: 20 out of 20. The  results iii the Enderby school  were nearly as good, 15 out of 16  passing.  Following arc the names of  those passing:  Dominion Bureau of Statistics  Forced to Revise Previous Estimates.  ARMSTRONG CENTER  ..793  Marjorie   Dimock      ..744  Marguerite McDonald      ..727  Grace   Ralledge      ..700  Ada  Burnslill      ..691  Dorothy   Patchelt      ..(571  ..008  Ellis Maas      ..6f>7  Nellie Wright   1'   . .055  Stanley   Waugh      ..().3t  Edith   Lingings      ..628  Clara   Wilson    ".   ..617  Einmey Morgan      ..612  Neil McDonald "   .  60S  Viola   Gregory      ..587  Leilla Empey      ..5G9  Evelvn .-Murray      ..553  . .550  Hullcar  Candidates, 4;  passed, 3.  Evelyn   Kenney      ..COG  Doris E. Stockdale -.. .  . .575  i ������������������  .630  ��������������������������� Lansdowne  Candidates, 1; passed, 0.  Otter Lake  Candidates, -2;  passed, 1.  Cornelius O'Keefe     Pleasant Valley.  Candidates, 1; passed, 0.  Glenemma -   .  - Candidates, 3;'passed, 3V  .'Alan .Fretz,....'..". .;.;..;'. V V..  .'Charlotte ,E. .Simpson���������������������������-J7^.:^..  Florence   Gillis - .V 019  _ V Grande Prairie . ...  '   Candidates, 1; passed, 0.   "-  063  021  J3NPFBBY CENTER  Candidalcs, 16; passed,  15.  Vera M. Sharpe   ......".. 825  "Walter  Kirkscy 756  JMona C. M. ^Winter.  754  Matilda G. Oakes  ......: 726  .Jtennetb S. Jprown 722  "Roy I7. Strickland   C55  JpdAvarcl  Rawkins  654  "Winnie Funk    :....JG33  ������������������tliel ft: Feel .606  Joan A. Campbell 601  Norman Qppertsliauser   598  Grace  3rash    597  Martha' K- Antiila ............596,  Alexander Golightly  ���������������������������.. ��������������������������� 566 j  |3enjamin - W. Folkard  550  Grindrod  Can di (l ales, 4; passed, 2.  Carl M. Anderson  .586  Jfvathleen M. Monk ��������������������������� 550  "        ~"���������������������������WupeJ���������������������������~~~  Candidates, j; passed, \.  Russell W. ^. ]Large  586  ftfara  Candidates, 1 ; passed, \.  Elsie J. Witala    .620  .Draftees Not Numerous  Valcarticr camp will break up  lhc first of next week ami the  troops encamped there will return to their former barracks  at Montreal, says lhc Star.  It is understood that lhis  change in the summer military  Iirogram has been necessitated  iy insurmountable difficulties in  handling two small units such  as the first and second Depot  Battalions, divided as they are  now between Montreal and Val-  .earlier.  In well-informed circles it is  said that had draftees been secured iii; anything like the numbers hoped for, the summer  camp program as commenced  !early twoj months ago would,  have worked out quite satisfactorily.     *.. v ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������  NOTICE TO  FARMERS  All growers of grain north of Enderby will please note that a.s soon  as 'the grain i.s harvested 1 will  make the rounds with my threshing  crew as heretofore.  A. TomkixsonV Grindrod, B. C.  According to the Dominion  Bureau of Statistics, all estimates of crops sown in the spring  have had to be revised, the decrease being caused by unfavorable '.weather conditions in the  West. For Wheat, the total estimate is now 15,838;000 acres,  or 7 p.c. more than last year,  spring wheat occupying 15,497,-  000 acres, or 10 p.c. more than  last year and fall wheat 340,700  acres, or 53 p.c. less lhan last  year. For oals thc area sown is  now placed at 13,748,000 acres,  or 4 p.c. more, than lasl year;  for barley thc area is 2,403.750  acres, and for rye 228,700. Peas  occupy 205,730 acres, mixed  grains 501,400 acres, hay and  clover 8,015,250 acres, and alfalfa 102,900 acres. In the three  prairie provinces lhc area sown  to wheat is 14,964.000 , acres,  comprising 2,618,000 acres in  Manitoba, 9,101,000 acres in  Saskatchewan, and 3,245,000  acres in Alberta.  In general, thc condition of  grain crops in lhc Atlantic provinces is not so good as it was  this lime last year, and there is  also a slight falling off as compared wilh a month ago; but the  prospects for good yields are  fair. In Prince Edward Island  thc condition of wheat is 2 over,  in Nova Scotia 1 below and in  New Brunswick 1 over the decimal average. Oats arc two  points below average in Prince  Edward Island and Nova Scotia  and 1 above average in - New  Brunswick. In0 Quebec condi:-  tions have gone back in June  but arc still much more favorable than they .were ;a year, ago.  Spring wheat is. 103, oats\are  101 amJVbarJcy is<l00. .Jii^n-  tario'"fall wheat remains poor,  being 70, or 30 p.c. below average, but spring .wheat- is 101.  Oals and barley, arc equal to the  average. In lhc three prairie  provinces drough and continuous high winds during June  havc caused serious damage to  wheat crops, and large areas  have had to be rcsown to other  crops. Jn the northern parts of  these three provinces, however,  the rainfall has beep sufficient,  anc| conditions are fairly promising, "for spring wheat the  condition is expressed numerically bv 88 in Manitoba, 85 in  Saskatchewan and 83 in Alberta.. This is ten to twelve per  ccnl below average, Jn British  Columbia hot, dry weather in  May and the early part of June  retarded growth, and the condition of oats is J4 and of wheat  JQ^p.c. below average.  Tbe estimated acreages of  later sown cereals and of hoed  crops, as compared" with J917,  arc for alt Canada as follows:  Buckwheat 407,800 a^ against.  395;977rflax~927,30Q as "agailisT  919,500, corn for busking 213,-  400 as against 234,339, beans  105,560 as against 92,457, potatoes 680,300 as against 356,958,  turnips, etc., 216,970. as against  218,233, sugar'beets J3,20Q as  against M,000 and corn for fodder 344,700 as against 366,518.  The area under beans shows an  increase of 14 p.c, and that under potatoes an increase of 4  p.c. The area sown to both of  Ihesc crops is lhc largest on record; lhc increase of beans is  chiefly in Quebec and of potatoes in Quebec and Alberta.  Prawn From Comedy  Lee Morris, Martin Kinney  and Mrs. Walter Reid. all actors  in Fox film comedies, were  drafted into the dramatic department of thc V/illiam Fox  studios to appear in street  scenes for William Far mini's  ncxt picture, "A Tale of Two  Cities." This photoplay deals  with a French Revolution story,  and these three aclors were  taken from lhe comedy department because they were "types"  -���������������������������that is, they exactly looked  the part of the meagre. Parisians  of the eighteenth century.  "A Tale of Two Cities" will  be-shown at the Avalon Theatre  on Tuesday, August 20th, with a  special matinee at 2.30.  SCHOOL TRUSTEES MEET  Decide to Call a Public Meeting  to Consider the Question of  Manual Training and Domestic Science.  GOOD GAME OF BALL  Farmers Beat the City Chaps by  a Single Run���������������������������Game Ended  in Seventh Inning.  At a meeting of the Enderby  Board of School Trustees held  last ".week,'*;"the-' application of  Miss Allen, late of Kerrisdak  B. C, was accepted as teacher  for Division III in the Fortune  school. In all some twenty applications were received for thc  position.    These were  to Inspector Anstey and later,  Miss Beattie, who as principal  expressed the desire that the applicant to bc selected should  have had practical experience  for a year or two. Under those  conditions and in view of thc excellent qualifications of Miss Allen, shc was chosen "for the position. Miss Allen has had two  or lhree ycars experience in Kcr-  risdalc, and also taught in thc  Model School, Vancouver, and  comes highly recommended.  Thc board officially congratulated Miss Beattie on thc very  satisfactory results in the entrance examinations.  A letter from thc B. C. School  Trustees' Association inquired  about holding the annual School  Convention at Enderby this fall,  and thc secretary ���������������������������was instructed  to advise thc association as to  accommodations. *'  It was  decided  to have thc  school fence painted before the;  opening of school.    "  Mr. Kyle, provincial organizer for the Manual Training  and Domestic Science -. department, appeared before the meeting, and iirged that action bc  taken in the matter. It was decided to call a. public meeting  to be held in the assembly hall  ,of thc school, .Aug. 9th, for the  purpose of placing the-matter  before thc public;'     -: "   '-��������������������������� ''-'  It threatened rain last Thursday evening, but that did not  lessen the crowd that attended  the baseball game played on l"io  Recreation Ground at Armstrong, between a team from  the district and one from the  city. And, although J. Pluvius  did threaten, hc did not in thc  referred!'cast dampen lhe ardor of the  rooters, the players or the spectators. Indeed, most of the  crowd would havc relished a  real old-lime soak���������������������������bul it didn't  materialize. And the game  went on.  Thc farmers took ' the field  retired lhc cily chaps in 1-2-3  order, and added to lhis, when  Ihey came to bat, two full-  grown runs. Then in thc second '  the city chaps wakened  and puf lhree men over thc  PHONES INCREASING  GOVERNMENT  STATEMENT  Acting Premier Doherty Tells  Why He Will Not Meet Postal Employees'' Demand. ���������������������������  Hon.  C.  J.  Doherty,  acting"  Premier, has sent to the board  1 .  letter carriers have not returned  to work, a  telegram in which  arc on the Enderby-Grindrod-!"- T1;- "���������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������ Ss "a iSn���������������������������  Mara circuit, and two on'ihc^^^^^^^^  back Enderby-Armstrong road. J cl>' ������������������!l.uscf ��������������������������� Mr- P������������������ "l>Q5f J  Following are thc names of the Jhul���������������������������,t ������������������ absolutely in possibl.  inning  up     "  inning, when the city tela m II  plate. Thc farmers still led,  and continued lo lead, with  seven runs to five, right up to  thc first half of the seventh,  when lhc'city boys got two ovdr  thc plate and tied thc score. It  was now getting too dark to sec  the ball, and it was decided that  the first to win another run  would take thc game. Il didn't  take those farmer lads long to  get thc winning tally. They had  hone out when the run was  made.  Mr. Taylor  umpired  for   the  farmers and Mr. Ratledgc for  Manager Dobie Succeeds in Adding Number of Names to Enderby Exchange.  Within  thc  past  two  weeks  twenty-six names have bcen ad-  ded  to  the Enderby telephone **remicr, "oa1Isen{ ��������������������������� "ELf^TE  exchange  board.    All  of  these PAA^-eJ.^uP?���������������������������?-^^?^  arc not within the limits of En-  idcrby city.   Eigl.it aro._ Fifteen ^ "������������������������������������������������������,������������������������������������?������������������ ��������������������������� board of  defin-  s  ble  new subscribers: jf01! l.h,c f vernnien t to allow any  Enderby-Jas. Graham, Rob-!������������������u,!H<te body, not responsible to  erl .(ones, S. Teccc (residence),!  S. H. Speers (residence), Geo. R.  Sharpe. butcher; A. Dale, liverv;, , i n  Sam Skjeic, Okanagan Saw Mill!      'SlcPs were taken to have all  bt,rn     ' j postmen informed ol lhc result  Grindrod-Mara���������������������������George  Fol-!01* the conference with their re-  -  -       -      - ---     ' '''��������������������������� "      lhat result  ^as lhat upon the men returning lo work, a sub-committcc  of thc council would bc named  which will confer wilh lhc representatives of lhc anen to,  hear, look "into, and discuss  with them Iheir representations  Parliament," to fix thc salaries  of civil servants. The telegram  is as follows:  kard, P. WfS. Pemberton, Wm.'iwcscn la lives here  Jones. Mrs. M. Weir, R. Blackburn, II. Tomkinson, store; W.  Ellison, store; Mara Trading Co.,  store; Wm". Owcn/T. Skyrme,  Thos. Gray, Jas. Bell, A. Olson,  Wm. Anderson, Mrs. I. Glen.  Back  Enderby  Road���������������������������J.  W.  Glen, A. L. Glen.  ASK FOR QUOTATIONS  Allied Buyers Looking for Supplies of Fruit and Vegetables.  Increase in Freight Rates _  tlie city; with Mr. Adair official  scorer. -        "' L  Playing for the farmers were  Messrs. Holtby, Howard, Farr,  Fuller, Lindsay, C. Watkins, L.  Watkins, G., Cole and Smith;  several of the old original Armstrong team. Playing for the  cit'y.-iMcssrs., .Waugh, Lingings,  Bray, Glillivan, Murray, Morris,  Hunter, Iddings and Finlay.  Wc have bcen instructed by  the Canada Food Board to announce that quotations on the  following commodities are required by the Allied buyers:  500 tons of Julienne, tin boxes  and composed of 10 p.c. cab-  ':bage, 35 p.c. carrots, 40 p.c. po  . The3 order-in-council covering  thc details of the increase in  freight rates granted to the Canadian railways so that they may  be in a position to meet greater  disbursements arising out of the  McAdoo   wage   schedule,   was  published this week. Jt provides that the pew rates, wftfeb  are 20 per cent higher than the  rates now in force, will remain  in force at least for the duration  of flic war, commencing Aug.  1st. ���������������������������".'.,'  Bc sure to attend thc public  meeting to bc held Friday niglitJ sweetened  Aug. 9th, in the assembly hall of  Fortune School to consider thc  question ofV establishing in the  school a branch of manual training, and domestic science. Mr.  John Kyle, provincial organizer  of-technical education, will give  a lantern lecture showing views  of the work being done in Canada, Britain, United States ancl  'Germany. ,  Tbe local demand for creamery butter is rapidly increaswi.'.  relative to the matter of  or  salaries,   and  report   to  wages  the  X  X  X  K  X  X  A  X  X  X^  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. X  fawrtji Anniversary of pecjiimtfo??   of  August 4ttl, 7.30 p. m.  War,   SwiHfoy,  A Detention Service will be JieJd on Sunday evening, In the Aval on Theatre, at 7.30 o'elocH.   Tne ejwlr  of Trail, with tne resident pastors, will take part In tne  meeting. .United ennren choirs will lend in the singing.  A solo will be rendered by HJrs. R. R.  Perry.    Reeve  jieary and B������������������ S- Freeman will move and second the reso-  Intion.  W. H. KEARY, Reeve J. M. WRIGHT, Mayor  XXXXXXX)|XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  x=  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  tatoes, 5 p.c. turnips; balance,  celery, onions,'. leeks , and parsnips Delivery last six months  of 1918, f;a.s:������������������Montreal.  Also quotations for" immediate shipment and^estimate of  available supply for all kinds of  jam/packed, for export, and dc-  hydratcd-applcs.CAll --quotations,  to 'beTfia.si* Montreal and samples to be sent to the. Allied  buyers along with quotations.  Also the manufacturers bf  condensed milk arc  asked to advise the Dairy Products Commission, Montreal, of  any quantity they arc able to  offer. .  Referring, to Canada^ Food  Board Order No. 50, paragraph  3, section J2, dealing with flour  substitutes, the labelling of, the  bread is now made permissablc  and not compulsory.  . With further reference to. the  use of flour substitutes we are  informed that successful results  in, every case has attended the  tests recently made in two Ottawa bakeries by the bakery section of the food B-onrd, in which  20 per cent substitutes���������������������������corn  flour, a. bland of corn flour and  rice flour, and oat meal���������������������������were  used in the manufacture of  bread* The formulae used in  these tests has been mailed to  all licensed bakers and it is an-  Ucjpa ted_ that, they. will_havc_ng  difficulty in obtaining equally  successful results.  Ail field crops in this districl  arc turning out much stronger  than was promised a month  ago and an average harvest is  now certain.  ������������������������������������������������������ '���������������������������'-<V:\a  C.#(������������������T  cabinet, which will at once consider and decide upon that report. Reasons for'objection on  the part of lhc governmcnl to  appointing a conciliation board  arc that it is obviously impossible for the government to  hand over its functions to any  outside body. Onc of the executive functions of the government is to carry on public service in accordance witlv decisions of Parliament, and sec that  public servants are fairly and  justly remunerated within the  limits of thc provision made for  that purpose by Parliament, or  such, provision as the government in'thc exercise bX powers  conferred by Parliament, "niay.  make. ' _ -_ ��������������������������� - " .--.    ' ;  ~ "The"government; in thc/pcr?  formance of'"these 'functions' always has been/ready, to hear and  endeavor!- to   equitably   adjust  any"claimsymadc on behalf, of  the employees in  thc civil service.    It  has,  as  above  staled,  expressed its readiness to do this  in  connection  with   the  postal  employees'  claims.    It .has appointed a sub-con unit tec composed  of   Sir  Thomas   White,  Messrs. jVfcLcan, Calder Carvel J,  Robertson and Blqndin, and has  notified the secretary of the federation that that committee is  now ready to take tlie matter  up at once wilh the men's representatives.    It can not consistently with its duty submit the  determination of fixing of civil-  service salaries to a conciliation  or arbitration board. *Tlie men  must accept  this as absolutely  final.  .. "There will be no conciliation  or arbitration board, but the  government will give every opportunity for thc fullest possible  hearing and deal with claims  madc=upon^lhcir-=meritsr-=As=-re���������������������������  gards employees inDthc West, it  may be pointed out that������������������ those  in receipt of maximum wages  arc receiving within a few dollars of the maximum asked for  and if any allowance bc made,  as some certainly should be  made for unifo*rms provided.  lhe men in lhe maximum class  also arc receiving a.s much or  more than thc maximum asked.  "The position taken seems to  bc that the men arc on strike  to maintain thc absolutely inacini issablc contention lhat the salaries in thc civil service arc to  bc determined neither by Parliament, nor by lhc government,  bul by an outside body who are  absolutely irresponsible to Parliament. This is clearly inconsistent with the simplest principles of our system of government. It can not bc too clearly  stated, nor loo clearly understood, that lhc proposal of a  conciliation board is impossible  of acceptance and will not bc accepted.  "Charles J. Dohcrty."  IN THE  THICK OF BATTLE  Where the Franco-American forces arc  forcing  the enemy back.  Armstrong's daily shipments  of early vegetables and small  fruits have reached several tons  by express, in addition to carload Jols, which already reach  10 lo 15 cars per week. Early  n -*50 a ton to the  $70  per  potatoes brin&  -rr.-Al  - "* "'I  j-    j- ���������������������������..  s-m  growers,  Ion.  and  cabbage f.^M,mnHMU '���������������������������--> '���������������������������  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, AUGUST. 1, 1918.  j SUNSHINE SERMONS  ; Cheerful Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Lifo  ' By the Philosopher-Physician  !GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  i:  If   there   la   any   possible   exception  to this   rule as  applied  to human strength and  development,  it is with the young and  growing     child.     However,   surfeiting even with proper food la  never     advisable     during     any  stage of life.    Old  people, after  the  actlvitieG of .life  have  In  a  measure   passed   by,   should   use  especial   care     In     relation     to  food,   air,   and     exercise.     The  latter  should   be   performed   out  of choice,  and  because    of    the  pleasant   associations   attending  employment  practicable  in  moderation   and   for  the   love   of   it.  Proper    and     needful     exercise  stimulates appetite and digestion  and  enables the aged person to  eat to   live,   in   lieu  of   living  to  eat,  or  going  through   the  ceremony of taking  food  at   regular  intervals   regardless   cf   the   demand  of the system.    Eut very  little   food   even     if    of     proper  quality  can  be  digested  and  as-,  similaled   by  the     aged     except  continuous   physical   activity   is  kept   up.     An  excellent   rule  for  people  of advanced  life  is, first,  to never take food  except anae-  o  tite   demands   it,   sscond,   nsver  eat until appetite Is fully satisfied. While this ruie is good  for all, It is especially desirable  for those who have passed the-  middle mile post of life, and its  observance will prevent sluggishness of the liver and consequent hypochondria, enhancing  much the enjoyment of life.  The observance of proper hy-  gience is of special importance  to those In the evening of life,  to the end that their last-days  may be spent in peace and comfort.  ������������������8 .       .     28  I   Community Building and Empire    1  Every man of good business  sense knows thai the first-essential for a vigorous national pal-:  riolism is" consistent loyalty to  lhc home.commimily. Not only  every mci-chant, but every individual in thc coninninity should  energetically proclaiin the merits of the home community and  ils resources and possibilities.  Not only tliis, 'but every dollar  spent al home, or wilhin tlie  confines of thc Valley is a dollar  gained for thc Okanagan.  Every farmer and every artisan should bear in mind that  lhe home merchant and thc  home businessman arc absolutely necessary foil jlho development of the lown and dislrict.  And every merchant and busi-  nessmifn should remember lhal  every farmer and every artisan  lis as necessary lo lhc community as lhe merchant or business I'oi  man. ���������������������������  All should remember! loo,  lhal the home paper is an inslilulion of lhe community that  lhcy cannol gel along without,  and lhal il must receive lliciv  support if it is to "cany on."  You cannol drain your home  community of currency -without  kiUing' il commercially, and  making il an undesirable place  fo������������������li vert is the amouni of business  Irnnsaclcd in your cominunih-  llial regulates \hc value of vour  cial organ of the administration  but  ohter appointments  to  the  civil service staff will, it is said,  hc no longer made public. Thus,  changes in thc staff cither in the  way of appointments or dismissals, or bolh, will not be given  lhe .publicity  which  they have  vidual benefits will build i'or all hitherto  enjoyed.    To  succeed  better lhan any can know.       ?   Government   Agent   Jarvis,   at  Every    man,     to     be    .loyal-Nelson,. who  was  recently  dis-  to. himself and his family, must missed after a service extending  be .self-supporting.'.  Make your over a number of years, Mr. W.  community   self-supporting   by Ferguson has bcen named act-  being loyal to it.   .Loyally and ing agent.    Chief Clerk Ron an,  liberality never harmed a town of  the  Nelson   office,  has  also  or  a   community,  but  lack   of "been,   dismissed    after    eleven  them has killed many a promis-j years' service, on the grounds'of  ing place. I economy. Mr. Dodd, mining re-  Go to your hoinc dealer and corder at Hope, has been moved  tell him that you believe in him to Barkerville, to succeed Gold  and his importance to the com-; Commissioner Grain, recently  inanity." Tell him you arc a dismissed after a service of over  member of thc buy-at-home,twenty ycars wilh the govcrn-  campaign and thc community ment. Mr. Dodd's place at Hope  loyally league. Pay cash for all has been taken by Mr. Beach, of  you buy, and buy in your own (the Nicola milling recorder's of-  communily. ~ |fiec.���������������������������Victoria  Colonist.  Let your commercial religion  The Eden  Electric   Washing   and  Wringing  Machine  jp  (Copyright,  1910,   by W. .O.  Chapmtr.:}  properly. The district that is  mosl strongly entrenched wilh  community loyally is lhc district  thai will profit "mosl by lhc  greal aftcr-thc-war revival.  Always remember lhal the  farmer and the workingman  and lhe ollice man arc jusl. as  dependent upon lhc business  man as the businessman is upon  Ihem. It is a strictly mutual  game and should bc. fairly  played. Individual products arc  few, while individual needs arc  many. Keep lhc interchange of  products and money circulating  at home and thc joint and indi-  bc home loyalty���������������������������don't make a  false god of lhc big city department store's catalogue or yearn  :'ecn fields far away.  Don'l blame your boys and  girls for wanting lo leave I'or  the big cily when j'ou encourage  Ihem by buying your goods of  lhe big cily mail-order concerns  lhat are indirectly robbing your  locality of all.ils attractions.  Keep the community .fires  .burning with the fuel of loca.I  loyalty. Serve your home commimily: "He who serves best  profits mosl."  Keep your cash at home and  jt will continue lo work for you.  Send il away'lo Llie big cily and  il will work for the big city lo  your disadvantage. Here is whal  onc home pairioL said recently  lo thc writer: "I never allow one  of those big. bulky mail-order  catalogues in my home. I figure  Ihcy do harm in every locality  wherc Ihey arc accepted and  studied. People gel a craze for  sending away for goods and do  not stop to realize that they arc  at the same lime selling out a  good inhcritcncc at home for .a  mess of pottage elsewhere."-  Get a place on the national  roll of honor by joining thc  community loyalty league.  C7d  *"- \     .  V J~~ "cyri������������������*lll  Fresh line of -Mcar's  Chocolates just in.  Cniuuli.'iii   Food   Control   License  5-S60. 8-9089 ���������������������������  Xos  tar ISaliery  License No. 9-3409  Soldiers and Food    t.      i)  0 Canada   Food Board    License =  0  I  No. 8-6337  |   APRICOTS FOR  I      CANNING  j] leave  your   order   now x  3    JWAPPM* *  X  Large cans    45c  (J special   35c ^  j     PUCK TPA  "Regular 60c lb.  special lb 50c  0  | WHEAT SU&SWUTfS j  J!  IN-SfQGK���������������������������������������������jj  (J  White corn   flour,    Rye =  ^ flour, Oatmeal etc. |)  5  D  3 Phillips & Wiiiteliep  ll      Phone 48    Armstrong  >:���������������������������������������������:������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������:������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������>���������������������������>���������������������������:������������������������������������������������������:���������������������������'  1  MAT. HASSEN  Auctioneer and Livestock  Salesman  ARMSTRONG       B. C.  1 have a wide acquaintance  jiinnnysl buyers. Consult me  when you want to hold a sale.  Also seiul mc particulars of any  surplus sioek you wish to   dispose  oi.  PHONE No. 34  ^"^^"J'W"!'****'^^***.^  LE&RY   GARAGE  .D. C. LEARY,  Proprietor  FOKD UIJA.LF.Fi  Repairs to all makes ofears.    Phone 22  ARMSTRONG, B.C.  Our own efforts to care for  our soldiers aflcr the war can  Ibesl be fulfilled if wc keep up  wilh what others arc doing. The  :British 'Empire is taking long  |steps toward providing for thc  soldiers aflcr thc war in a way  lb increase lhc supply of food.  In England. Wales, ancl Scotland some land lias already been  bought for thc purpose, by the  Board of Agriculture and Fish-  cries. Canada has set aside land  and arranged lo lend $2,000 to  each applicant, as a 5 per cent  first mortgage, running fifteen  .vears. A,pplica)n.ts must have  had previous farm experience,  though intending farmers can  go to demonstration farms and  he paid current wages while obtaining the required experience.  In New Zealand thc rules are  much like those in Canada. Australia has set aside $190,000,000  to a similar end, and others besides soldiers may apply. The  capital of thc government will  bc used in all enterprising coun-  "tncT^ftH^lhT^vnT'tTrscttlcniicn-  on the land. It is the way not  only to migitatc thc threatened  unemployment situation but also lo meet lhc threatened food  shortage. That food shortage  will be met successfully, if wc  arc wise. Our consul at Trinidad. Brilish West Indies, points  oul thai in a hows' reformatory  f)0 per cenl of lhc cost of feeding i.s saved hy using only locally grown food. Anolher in-  teresling slep in lhis direction  is being laken in Canada, with  great possibilities in the future.  Land is secured near a town or  village, the cultivation is supervised by an expert farmer, and  under him lhc work is done by  men from the lown factories  and industries. Sometimes this  work is co-operative. . In any  case il is an answer to the seasonable aspect of unemployment. Tn lhis connection we. recall Ihe slalemenl by Victor  Boret, thc French Foo|d Minister:  "Thc Allies should, be grateful to two men after victory has  bcen obtained. First, to thc general who leads his men to win  the decisive battle, and second,  lo Herbert Hoover, who rendered il possible for lhe soldiers  lo eaVso tbat they might fight."  And Mr. Hoover is one of  those who realize that the problem of lhe war should not be  separated from the food question alien lhe war.���������������������������Hapgood  in   Leslie's.  No Publicity to Appointments  The old-time practice of regularly gazetting appointments to  'the Provincial, civil service has  been suspended to a great extent. Hereafter appointments of  such officials as notaries public,  justices of the peace, magistrates, and such minor officials,  will he duly gazetted in thc ofli-  Wc  can   always , supply  you  with Poultry ancl Fish in season.  Choicest meats  obtainable.  Geo. R. Sharpe  Wholesale arid Retail Butcher  pndcrby  While yon arc wringing out your batch of clean pieces thc  "EDEN" goes right along washing the next soiled batch.  The motor can't be burnt out because oF over-taxing. It automatically disconnects if the washer or wringer is over-loaded.  Even- at the high price of 15c per K. I'or electricity, the cost  of running thc "EDEN" would riot be worse than 6c per hour-  We would be pleased to have you call and examine this machine aud see it working.  Ma^laahSaira Hardware Go*  ARMSTRONG, B.C.  PHONE   47  Are you going* to do any  Building* or Repairing-  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  ���������������������������-  s- s  Cull   Boards      10.00   p^r  thousand  No. 2  Dimension, 2x4 and  2x6   15.00   per   thousand  Green" Blocks     $2.00 per load  Dry Blocks $ 2.50  Planing Mill Wood      2.25  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd, --**,  CANADA'S BIG PAINT COMPANY  An'important evolution'of the large paint industry controlled by Brandram-Hcndcrson. Limited has just bcen announced. This concern has  acquired.' lhc plant olVthc Alberta Linseed Oil  Mills at Medicine Hat, Alberta. '  "The purchase of these mills," said Mr. Henderson, "piaccs our company in a position of independence, in the matter of an essential raw  material. Until lhc present time, although we  operated our own lead-corroding and dry-color  plants, it was necessary for us to buy our JinscecJ  oil in the open market���������������������������frequently with competitors. This was something in our practice, winch  wc were anxious ,to eliminate,' and tlie action wc  have now taken will eliminate it.  "This matter of independence as regards raw  materials^' added 'Mr. Henderson, "gives emphasis to another fact that J am anxious to have  generally known, namely, that Prandram-Hen-  dcrson limited is in every sense an independent  company. It has come to my knowledge that  statements have been made by irresponsible people that our company is closely allied with other  interests in the paint and varnish business. Jn  some cases our name has been JihkccJ up specific-  ally-v=.with-ona,of=our=leading=,competitors,=possibiy=  to their annoyance as much as ours."  Jf you are looking for  a home in the Okanagan-  the Jl,an4 of Promise-do  not overlook the advantages to be found in the  Armstrong-Enderby District.     A real homeland.  Mo������������������t Heat  from Fuel  One reason why the  Kootenay Range gives  the most use of the heat  generated from the fuel,  is that the grates have  ample vents to make  perfect combustion in  the firebox, which is  properly, and scientifically proportioned according to the needs of  the range.  For Sale by MacJaugWan Hardware Co  McClao*  London Toronto     '   Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver  St. John, N.B.     Calgary Hamilton Edmonton        Saskatoon 79 THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918.  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  f't  Loss  in Exchange  wMuj  ���������������������������l=2"s":l   fey/:  "Every cily, lown and  in Canada should have  charge  village  a farm  of some  for lhc man who is willing to  go on thc farm to find out where  lo- go and leave his name and  adddrcss for the farmer looking  for him."  Made  To the preacher life's a sermon.  To the joker it's a jest;  To thc miser life is money,  To lhe loafer life is-rest.  To thc lawyer life's a trial,  To the poet life's a song;  labor bureau in  good, live local man. Farmers  want help and it is the duty of  the towns and cities to provide  it if there is no other source of  supply. Able bodied men of all  classes havc already been enlisted for, thc army, and thc fac-  Iroics had already drained the  country of regular farm assistants. There is no immigration  to help the situation. Thc United  States wants aboul a million or  morc men lor its own harvest.  Some of these men will doubt-'  less bc available in Alberta, Sas-1  katchewan and Manitoba for  the Canadian wheat after thc  American crop has been taken  off, but the great bulk of thc  extra labor required on Canadian farms this year, will havc  to come from Canadian towns  and cities.  _ "To enable these men to be  distributed when they do conic  forward, as by their registration  cards they have promised to do,  there should bc machinery ready  and organized. In some provinces thc local government has  established employment agencies. Every province might well  have similar agencies supplemented by voluntary organizations in every center. Businessmen in this and in every  Canadian town, should become  active in tliis matter because it  vitally concerns thorn. Emnlov-  ���������������������������.crs of,labor should do everything in their power to arrange  Turning  Out Finished Product  Four canneries arc being put  in readiness at Kelowna to take  care of the tomato crop of that  district. Three of these arc located in town, and arc large  enough lo put up large packs  during the season. A smaller  plant i.s located at Bcnvoulin, a  short distance back of the city.  Another cannery, wc believe, is  to be operated further up thc  lake at Okanagan Centre. Some  of thc Kelowna plants arc canning fruits, making vinegar,  j pickles, sauces and othcr byproducts. Evaporated fruits and  even crystallized fruits will go  out from Kelowna this season.  To lhc  Thai  doctor  needs  along.  life's a patient  treatment   right  To lhc soldier life's a battle,'  'To lhe teacher life's a. school;  Life's   a   "good   thing"   to   the  grafter.  It's a failure to the- fool.  To lhc man upon thc engine,  Life's a long and heavy grade;  It's a gamble to the gambler,  To the merchant it is trade.  (Life's a picture to thc artist,  I     To the rascal life's a fraud;  ; Life  perhaps  is  but  a   burden  j    To thc man beneath thc hod.  | Life, is lovely to the lover,  |     To thc player life is play;  Life may bc a load of trouble  To the man upon thc dray.  Farm Help at Right Time  long vacation  who  loves  his  The Canadian farmer docs  not want gifts next Christmas.  Hc wants help for thc hanvest,! 1o  and harvest time will bc soon.  Twelve thousand men arc required in Ontario, 12,000 in Quebec, 10,000 in Manitoba, 20,000  in Saskatchewan, 6,000 in Alberta and 2,500 in British Columbia. New Brunswick needs  all her own men shc can enlist,  and has none to spare.  Scotia, needs all her own men,  so does Prince Edward Island.  Help will have to come from thc  towns and cities, and the time  to make arrangements is now.  Life is but a  To   lhc   man  work;  Life's an everlasting effort  To shun duty to thc shirk.  thc heaven blest romancer  Life's a story ever new;     ,  Life is what wc try to make it���������������������������  Brother what is life to you?  ���������������������������S. E. Kiscr  An Unconquerable People  Great Opportunity for farmers  ' Allied Europe depends on, the  North American Continent for  half of its food supply.    After i  -niiai When the history of the, war  Nova is written," says a writer in the  Chicago Tribune, "it wilt contain some inspiring chapters ^devoted to.the part played by Bohemia in the conquest of Prussian imperialism. By Bohemia  wc mean ,the Bohemian people,  .a nation which for centuries  has maintained its moral and  cultural . ihtegritv tliough~ surrounded Hy perils and unfriendly pressures. . Look at the map  the  This monlh the premium on  Xew York Funds over Canadian  Funds went to a new high record, tlie rate on New York  money heing at one lime 2 5-32  cents on lhe dollar. It means  that for every $100,000 of Canadian money transferred into  United Slates money there was  a. dead loss in exchange of well  over $2,000. As trade and financial relations between thc two  countries involves tlie transfer  of large amounts of money, the  loss to bolh parlies- is serious.  Tlie reason for tbe adverse rate  of exchange is lhat Canadians  havc purchased morc goods  from tlie United Stales than  Ihey have sold lo lhal country.  In fact, lhc trade balance has  becn running at I lie rate of  close to $200,000/-00 per annum. Willi a view to correcting  exchange, Sir Thomas White,  Dominion Minister of _Finrm������������������v.'  has gone lo Washington for the j  purpose of arranging a credit  to meet Canadian liabilities in  that counlry. Canada is in a  peculiar position, in that shc  is a creditor nation, yet owes  money. Great Britain owes-  Canada about $400,000,000,,for  which Canada has given Britain  credits. Meanwhile Canada is  in need of cash wilh Avhich to  pay  the United  States. I  A. McCULLOGH  Succsssor to  A. J. O'BRIBN, VERNON  Manufacturer  and  Wholesaler  -of-  All  kinds of   Aerated  waters, cigars and non alcoholic wineS.  Agent for the famous Calgary non alcoholic beer and stout.  Try some of our hot weather specials, Belfast Ginger Ale, Lime  Juice and Soda, Kola  Champagne and  Root Beer  Special price on barrell lots  ������������������Scnd for Price List  Mail  and  phone  orders  given prompt attention.  Phone 49  Vernon, B.C.  I  Much of the sage formerly  used in this country came from  Europe but it can easily be  grown in any home garden. It  is a perennial and lasts several  years when once established. It  should bc started early. Set the  plants A\;herc they can remain  permanently. Half a dozen of  thc plants will furnish an abundance of leaves.  As a female entertainer the  young man is not in it with a  cheap looking  glass.  -i  C. CREED  Real Estate and Insurance Agent.  Auctioneer and Live Stock Saleman  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  ��������������������������� !     "  FOR SALE���������������������������Cow, to calve early in  August. H. F. Cowan, Enderbv  ._  ���������������������������.49-3t|  thing m their power xo arrange .   "~*    ���������������������������Tiie:iive stock nopula  their work so as to re case> men ^\^in^S^Pl&  half of its food supply. m Aiierr^- r-"jr;- tiiat tile fieocratoti-  whole world is short of food  who arc witling to go to the md  of;the tanners. Every encouragement should be given these  >nen, for this worH *��������������������������������������������� of first importance, farmers, of course,  prefer experienced* men, and  men wbo pave been brought wp  on farms or spent some years  on'tbe Jam* sjioujd fce speedy  encowrafletf   \Q   devote,* few  weeks of tpeir time anfl tbe capital pf weir experience \a fhe  harvest of \W> ?*tw mefl for  the barvesf arc wanted m every  province���������������������������jn- PritiftJ^"^*  in SasHntcbewan 20,000; m  Manitoba, WWQ: lQntroo. lfc-  000; Wee, 12.000; New  Jfrwnswicjc, 2,000; Nova Scotia  ancf Prince ������������������dward Mand all  tbe men locally available.  "Leading businessmen in each  centre should get together in n  -com mittce^ancl=opcn=iip-a^f arm  labor bureau, where there is not  one already. There should be no  trouble for the farmer in learning where to find such an office,  and there should be no trouble  tion has been decreased. Russia  has been socially: disorganized.  She is not producing sufficient  to feed herself,    farmers of  Germany on the north, Hungary  on the east, Austria on the south  ���������������������������all neipbbo?;s,J ambitious ,for  power���������������������������tells the story of this  conquerable people at a glance.  ������������������������������������������������������Few realize bow mwcfi tbe  F���������������������������ws* win *;������������������;><>' on PYnort spirit ������������������f We Pobemians in Am-  %&%$&&%&%������������������ JWl~,*������������������.!*>** enemy  never dreamed.  propaganda and stimulate loyal  ly to oiir cause among tbe -for-'  , eign: Jwro* of cmr population;  Few realize tlie courage ff pas  stwdwfsjmjbe Farm  ������������������oJlej������������������ stndents, particwlarly &^^^^&  tbose who bave fad experience ffi ������������������ffiU^TCm    AndPSy  KSthL veaf^TnLs aK'Wfr tpe llaiaifcv while one^of  Mo^  can. well forego tlteir iwwl v^a^&jg wm$6f anM  caMoiit we 1 earned tlHTOgh it ffiwSXKtwfiS  jx, to aid In tlie saving of tbe ^S.J^^^%^W.  crop  Ressie came running to ber  motheMioJding^a^dry^pre&sed  you s'pose it belonged to Eve?'  ���������������������������Boston Transcript.  may do more ,.,     ,,..  jean threat to fwtwre peace ttian  anything yet hoped for."  A flaig Story  Columbia Flour MtU*  FO*  TWm MlhUXG MACHINERY;  ENGINES  P ELECTRIC GENERATOR; SWITCH ROARP  ANR ENGINE.  Platform Scales; Corrugated Iron; Wire Netting; RricM; RJacksmith's Outfit; Tools; Ruiid-  ings; dumber;' Windows; firewood; Coal and  quantity miscellaneous material.  Apply on premises.  OR  CbarlBB p. CqIbb Co. ltd.  Grain, Hay and Produce Merchants,  402 Pender Street, W., Vancouver, B. C.  A Scot bored his friends.by  boasting about \vhat'a fine country Scotland was.  *'* 'Why did you leave Scot-  ijand?' said a Londoner, since  vou liked the place so much?'  "The Scot chuckled.  " 'It was like this.' hc said, 'In  : Scotland everybody was as  clever as myself, and I could  j make no progress, but here'���������������������������  and hc chuckled again���������������������������' here  I'm getting along vcrra wccl'"  ���������������������������London Chronicle.  I RAY CASH for POULTRY  and EGGS  Shipments solicited whether  large or small. Remittance  made on day of receipt of goods  at prevailing market prices.  A. E. SAGE     Armstrong, R.C.  It Qott tP Tlit Homt  Mtf It raid mm unta-MiMf fhtra.  , yw w' www wwi wifppfnuf wviv*>.  wfff? W������������������f nHH Wlw if w������������������t?Htw������������������ '  Wwwnfffww fww Pw (Wifw nlfwMM  ' WwWf * G^f*' fXXfw W WWW!  'wi, IWim ^"FwwW If If  ?t "  ������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������i  Mr.  Merchant  *    The next time you require  anything in  Commercial  printing-  Letterheads :  Loose-Leaf &/-  Standard  fill heads;"  inveiopes  justness Cards  Teiiws youx-ne&ds and jet: us.give you, w .estimatg on4be' -  wkw ������������������������������������������������������ Wecan erive omck service and, produce Jot? Printwir  ttat satisfies,: at live and let live prices, PjioiKLPjr write,  W:W *****  ���������������������������/������������������ v-smar  V,1'  ���������������������������V.  aus,T ;n������������������ta^i^ep rv  ,>.';,_!        V'-Vt.-A  ATEiyT'S  %imm&:mm:  _.  all  countries.   Ask  for  our  INVENTORY ADVISER,-which will be sent free.  MARION & MAKION.  completes the equipment for turnining ou  MeadowbrooH'  and ������������������������������������������������������Armstrong" brands of butter and ������������������* Arctic Velvet  WATCH VS GROW  icecream,,  Okanagan Commoner, Subscribe Now Two Dollars a year 4  THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918.  ������������������feanagan Commoner  In   "which   is   mergod   tlie   Armslrong  Advertiser   and  Knderby Press.  Published  every  Thursday  a vear,  by Walker  &  Cahy.  at  Armstrong,  B.C.,  at  c2  H. M. W.vi.Ki-n, Editor & Manager.  Advertising rates: Transient, -iOc an inch first insertion, 25e each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, SI an inch per month..  "THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918  THE MAIL CLERKS' STRIKE  , It is dillicull lo sec how lhc Union Government "is going lo justify its course in dealing with  the-mail clerks''strike,'in'view of lhe position  taken by tlie Minister of Labor-in dealing wilh all  olher disputes between employers and laborers,  which have persisted in disturbing llie commercial life of lhe Dominion*within the past year or  morc. The one demand made by the Government in dealing wilh the coal miners' strike, lhc  ship builders' strike, the threatened C.P.R. employees' strike���������������������������in short, all labor disputes���������������������������has  been that both parlies should submit their,case to  a board of concilialion.and that the findings of  that board should be final. This position was  backed up by the public;'because'it was believed  to bc the only fair way to reach a settlement.  What musl have been the feelings of the public,  therefore, when the Government '-leaders at Otta-  was refused to listen to'thc demands'of the postal,  clerks thai a board of conciliation should bc appointed lo hear the points at issue between the  clerks and the poslollicc department? All the  men have stood out i'or has been the right to bc  heard before a conciliation board. This Ottawa  has not seen fit lo grant.  In othcr words, what the Government has proposed and demanded of private individuals and  corporations in settling labor disputes, has been  refused when it becomes a question dealing with  employees by thc Government itself. What is  sauce "for thc goose should, bc sauce for thc  gander.  Thc Victoria Colonist well stales thc case when  it says: "The government has exhibited a weakness and followed a laissez fairc policy in the  present circumstances which arc fairly reprehensible. Thc public fully realize the.unusual  inconvenience they arc laboring under at the present moment, yet there is no doubt that thc consensus of opinion is in favor of the appointment  of the conciliation board for which thc employees  arc asking. And such board will, no doubt, recommend, the demands of thc employees be  granted. Thc Government, by temporizing with  an acute situation, is aggravating conditions at a  time when conciliation in internal troubles should  be the watchword of thc hour. Whether or not  any individual at Ottawa is responsible for the  present impasse'it would bc dillicult to say, but  what is certain is that the influences at work,  which prevent thc men's demands being met, \yill  have to be swept aside. Wc regret exceedingly  having to take this' attitude where a Union Government is concerned, but there is no other course  open in view of the circumstances of  tions. Nor is this all. There will be a new code,  as well, among individuals���������������������������a code that shall be  not only local but international, world-wide .and  common to all men. Thc code will not be able,  'of course, to disestablish nature. There will always be men physically stronger than other men.  Nor will it be able to subvert the design of thc  Creator in the gifts of superior skill of hand or  brain in some than in others. But the strong  arm shall not awe the weaker, nor tbe cunning  brain exploit its less gifted neighbor. The rich  shall not oppress the poor. It will be a. new world  for men, and, also, it will be a new world for  .women. j  "Upon the crazy^/pendulum of time has woman,  been swung���������������������������now to one extreme and now to thc '  other;   sometime  a   slave   and   wearied   drudge,!  sometime  a  pelted   thing  of  luxury;   her  place  never firmly fixed, her destiny never secure.   But;  for woman as well as lor man, not in vain is the''  world drenched in blood. Beside her mate, slrong, j  respected, loved, bearing her responsibilities as hc  must bear his���������������������������but always by bis side and equal  wilh him, shall be woman."  Are You a Member of the Red Cross Society?  T  HIS WEEK we devote the entire space  of our advertising column to bring forward to all the very necessity of sup-  .    porting to the utmost this great cause  of Humanity.  Remember!      "Vernon's  SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd!  Big  Tag   Day   on  COMMUNITY CANNING  The Women's* Inslilulc of Ontario has made  arrangements for several community canning  centres in that province this year. A remarkable  record was. made, lasl year by the Parkhill Canning Centre, for shipments overseas and local  .military hospitals; $4,500 worth of canned goods,  and the Ontario Department of Agriculture has  worked out a concrete plan similar c.to thc onc  tried al Parkhill last year. In each case a committee appointed by thc executive of the local  Women's Institute will bc in charge. The Provincial Government Institute, through thc branch,  will pay for thc equipment, will send a demonstrator to assist in starting the work and will lend  further assistance from time to lime.  Why should wc not havc a community canning  centre here, in each lown in thc Valley? If it  is a good thing in olher piaccs, il is a1 good thing  here, and we Okanagan people want all the good  things that arc going; and il is nobody's fault but  our own if wc do not havc them.  The community canning centre will evolve,  through the growing scarcity of household help  and the need of conservation in food and labor,  into the community kitchen; and when thc community kitchen arrives, then will come the time  of really comfortable, happy, home life. Co-operation is twin-sister to conservation. "All other  work is being unified, grouped and standardized;  why not housework, too?  Licence No. 8-21012.  Vernon's Greal Aim is lo raise at least $2,000  in this BIG RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN.  How you can become  tions arc as follows���������������������������  Life membership  Associate member, per  Ordinary, per annum  ,  a member: Subscrip-  annum     2.00       1.00  THINGS THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW:  .Remember that the Red Cross reaches the entire  length and breadth of "thc immense battle field. It is  the great salvation of our disabled soldiers.  it  Wc must support  is our backbone.  this greatest of all causes, for  DISCOURAGED?  Downhearted?  Discouraged ?  were out of it?  Take Sill's "Opportunity"  lo  not in the soul of thc king's so1  Wishing   you  your heart..   It's,  to give up.   'Tis  only,tlie cravc.ii who quits. And lhe broken sword;  flung away by the craven, becomes Excalibur in  the hand of the king's son. L ���������������������������>,��������������������������� 77)  Discouraged?   Try prayer.    Perhaps youyhaye  the present hccn one of those who say, '-Let others work bV  dispute. Right undoubtedly lies on the side of .praying, let me pray by working." Nay, but can  tlie post office employees. Government appointees j there be any "versus" between praying and work-  on many conciliation boards of recent creation'ing? Isn't it true that hc who toils and docs not  have invariably, approved of increased wages Jje"S| ask GdjfVis all one with him who asks God and  of the-enormous increases in thc cost'of (does not work?���������������������������all  They  again.  care  for  our boys  and  bring them  home  It requires money and money wc must give.  All visitors to Vernon, Friday, Aug. 2nd, and Saturday, Aug. 3rd, will bc gratefully welcomed by the  members of the Red Cross Society.  (fhr fiti dso n's  INCORPORATED 1670  HERBERT E.BURBlOOt STOGES COMMISSIONER  Mail Order  Department H.  Canadian  VERNON, B. C. BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  Food Control License No. 8-21018.  The Rank of England  cause   .  living. The public now rct'lfxc wages must keep what God hath joined? God waits to be askecf.  pace with the increase in thu cost of the neces- Jf you have been keeping him waiting, it's not  saries of life, and the time is coming when tlie | strange tbat you have waxe4 weary, fainting in  whole country wilt blame the Government for hot your ininct,  y  having controlled prices to the extent it ought."  TW COMING PAWN  Two hundred and twenty-four  years ago, on July 27, 1694, the  world's,, greatest financial institution,  the  Pank  of England,  one, because, both separate'was granteel a.charter. No other  .j _-._���������������������������*_ t-_ i i.-j financiaj institution in the world  possesses so 'many privileges as  the 3aok of England. It issues  bank notes ancj acts as agent of  the government in the matter of  the national.cjebt. Its stability  is famous throughout the worjej.  <  8  ���������������������������O'  ���������������������������o������������������  Piscouraged? Get jn toucb with tbe kord. You  may pe near him, but nearness does not count.  The wire may be near the dynamo, and stilt be  dew)." Jt may approach so near almost to toucb*'ancl "as strong as the Pank of  ncl still pe "dead"   you may be near to Christ* iftoglawT is a comparison tbat  um, not nearness, that sup-  endless life, endlessly to tbe  Jt is certain now that the world will be made; but it is. union with bim, not nearness, that sup-[has Income proverbial*  safe for Pemocracy, as it is that Pemocracy will plies the power of an enclles0 Vtfa *������������������������������������*"������������������������������������������������������i������������������ ��������������������������������������������� *������������������*������������������������������������   be made safe for the world.   Autocracy is not yet soul-   M������������������ke the connection.  crusbed. but its doom is sealed. Tbe German ptscouraged? Seek tbe uplands. Tliepoets and  dream of the nations in vassalage at her feet is a prophets are bill-top men. Tpe voices from judsb  dream and nothing more. "In another year or two j which have spoken peace and strength to the ages  or it may be five years," says one, "there will be were those of men who walked the summits, with  peace and  absolute  security.    Then,  as  14oyd,tbe sky above and the earth below.    Stevenson,  Under tbe charter, of incorporation granted July 27, fW,  fbe privilege was given the hank  fof selling beer without a license. Tlie "OldT-ady of Tbread-  needle Street," as the hank is  opularly   called,    has-  never  peace ancl absolute security, inen, as Moyq the sky above and the earth below. Stevenson, popularly called, has- nevei  George has said, 'there shall be a new world.' Yea, driven to seek mere health far from home, out of ��������������������������� taken advantage of this provi  a new world and a brighter.   And happy will it his discomfort and pain spun smiles and songs, sion.  be for those who shall be spared to live therein.  "Out of thc night shall come a great glory of  =the=daw nr=We-=sha 1 Hi a ve=t he-n ei gh borli ness-o������������������  tiie mountains, and the friendship of the seas.   Jt  will be a good world, and happy.   And they shall  The uplands for bim���������������������������and for you.. J  Pisconraged?   You?   You, the child and ser-1  .-|-vant=of-^the-greatcst-=of-=causes  greatest of masters?   Arc you  you have the right to bc discour;  'William Paterson, a Scotch  be blessed, indeed, who shall inherit it.   "It will because you have not winnowed your amibitons, JJ������������������J"g"j^fsinews of war for a  Ever struggling onward, always gaining a" little  on the desperate path it trod, the world looks  back on many a fateful'epoch. Bul this is the  most fateful-epoch-of-all. It is the great hour,  and wc shall sit upon thc heights, or very near it.  "The student of history is keenly aware that a  new code i.s to bc put into action. Even the person little given to .thought must realize that so  much that has hccn can never bc'again. The cause  of this war was the cause irom which nearly all  other wars have sprung. Germany, grown deliberately strong, lusted to acquire by conquest territory which was not hers, to dominate the seas  and to-oppress: in to. virtual'slavery the weaker  peoples of neighboring stntes. Well, Germany  wdll bc balked and.wholly defeated in her lust.  She will not be permitted to realize her unholy desires. And, moreover, it will bc set down as the  everlasting and irrevocable law that no other nation will ever bc permitted to even attempt that  which Germany so blindly sel out to do. The  Prussian, so forehanded in othcr ways, still failed  to grasp thc sublime fact that the world has lived  down its oldest tradition. Thc little nations shall  be henceforth and forever free. No threat nor  menace shall hang over them. What is theirs  shall bc theirs. No-newborn barbarian horde  ���������������������������will ever be again suffered to oppress and rob  them.  "There will be a new code, indeed, among na-  subscribers being incorporated  as a bank. The bill was violently opposed in Parliament, bul  the measure obtained thc royal  Considering the amount of traffic on the Mabel assent and thc charter was  Lake Valley wagon road, and the importance of  KOAP JN JUJ") SHAPE  thc logging camps to the lumber industry, we are  at a loss to understand the apparent indifference  of the government to.thc needs of that district in  the way of road work. For the past few years  thc Mabel Lake wagon road has bcen a, joke, and  the character of the work put upon it a farce  comedy. Perhaps we do not know anything about  road building. For lhe sake of peace we will admit that we do not. But, even knowing as little  as we do, we arc convinced that the Mabel Lake  road is a very bum affair, and is in no way compatible '-with the magnitude of the industry and  the district dependent upon it. Wherc arc the  men who are supposed to be looking after this  piece of roadway?  If you've a horse that will not sell,  Finance it.  Or a barn that's but a shell,  Finance it.  Tack a fancy name to each,  Put the shares 'way out of leach;  That's the game the bold 'uns teach���������������������������  Finance it.  granted. Sir John Houblon was  Uic first governor, and the bank  commenced operations at Grocers' Hall, issuing notes for ������������������20,-  000 and upward and discounting  bills for 4"^ to 6 per cent. The  foundation for the building in  Threadneedle Street was laid in  1732, and the bank moved there  three years later. Great additions have been made from time  to time. It now occupies the  site and nearly all the parish of  St. Christopher-le-Stocks. The  churchyard is now termed "The  Garden."  ENTRIES WANTEOv  for  COMBINATION  PUB MPAUPTIQN  Of  HVMIOW  to he JieJd *\      '   .    '  stop NP. MM  Grmrad, also far snje **t Enderby letter part of  Aug.   Entries to close \Qf\\ Aug. write for entry  forms to tbe undersigned*  -  IU  AFMSTFONG  COMBINATION  AUCTION  OF {4VP STQCJC  SAJ-E  Dr. W. F. Fraser  of Victoria  will be in the Brick Block, Armstrong, Monday, Aug. 12th, for  two weeks  Highest class work only  I have been requested to hold a sale  of live stock on the fair grounds  Armstrong in August.    Several entries have heen received, hut all  entrie* should be in by Aug. 10th   apply for forms to.  Mat. Hassen Auctioneer  Armstrong, 0. p.  Armstrong Real Estate Bargains  residence-year Pay"raents of $73 and no inter-  _      - est*  Owing to owner leaving district,Avenue, facing City Hall. Spot cash  the following must be sacriiiced. 5900 or $300  down  and ten half-  Splendid   seven-room  large hall, scullery and bathroom; Ten acres Young Taylor Road;  on one large lot on corner facingadjoining Wolfenden property;  the property of Mayor Wright andabout seven acres cleared and in  Dr. Van Kleeck. Spot cash $l,650crops. Balance useful timber; un-  or $850 down and ten half-year-finished bungalow on it- Spot cash  payments of $135 and no interest.$1.500 or $400 down and ten half-  Two acres bottom land, with ayearly payments of $135 and no  large building;  frontage on Wood interest.    Apply���������������������������  F- Timberlake  Grand Forks, B. C- f  THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918.  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  S|4rmstrong District  News in Tabloids  it    ARMSTRONG RED CROSS  June, 1918  Miss E. Turner left * on Mon-  Fitlay for Naramata, where she  jfwill visit friends.  1/   Mrs.   W.   T." Marshall    and  rdaughter,   Lillian,   are   visiting  [Mends at Salmon Arm.  J.-   '   : X .���������������������������������������������.  ||   Chas. McLachlaii returned to  JJArmstrong on Tuesday froiii a  fti-ip as far east as Chicago.  .$ 1.70  gram  Pick out that sheaf of  [,before you thresh, for the Fall  |Fair, 18th and 19th of September.  ii **���������������������������  I Mrs. W. F. Fraser of Victoria  is visiting at the home cf her  ���������������������������parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Shubert.  ll Miss Doris Williams left last  [Friday for a month's visit with  I Friends at Summerland and  I\Pcnlicton.  Collections���������������������������  Mrs.   Harry ���������������������������-.-:. j. ....... .  Mrs. Allison   .'....'   Mrs. C.  Becker   ;  1.00  Mrs.  T.   Ball   ... .  2.50  Miss   Ball   Mrs.   Bailey  4.40  Mrs.  Collis    *..--   2.45  Mrs. Essie Hunter   ......... ,2.00  Mrs.   G.   C.  Petar   Mrs.   Frank  Becker  3.25  Mrs.. Empey   1.80  Mrs. C. Wa'ggett ...... 0. . ... 0.85  Mrs. A. E. Sage  ...:... . . ... 5.50  Mrs. C. Pellv   Mrs. T. J. Phillips   ......... 3.15  Mrs   T  Thomas   .'. .  13.00  Mrs.  Whittakcr    ...... .80  Miss Tooley   . .,.  3.05  Mrs.   Bucklev   .........  12.25  Mrs.  S.  E.  Thomas      4:80  Miss   Edith   Teward    .. .  2.10  Miss  Ciertie  Beid      Miss  Pritchard     1.05  Mrs.   J.   Cox      1.35  Mrs. B. Wood     2.00  News Boiled Down  of Enderby District  Mrs. W. Rciswig .  Mrs. C. Harris . . .  Miss  Bella  Howard  II. T. Sue Yow      A.   Long   Lung  Wong Jone  ,  Miss  Hullcar  Florence   Smith  2.1)3  3.15  12.35  .00  .85  .70  /.oo  H. "W. Bischell closed down  his Deep Creep sawmill this  week.  Mrs: Walker and children go  into camp this week at Leighton  Beach, Mabel Lake.  Thirty dollars a ton, in the  field, is the prevailing price for  hay in this district.  . A. Tomkinson will "go the  rounds" wilii his threshing crew  as soon as the grain is cut.  "Constable and Mrs. Patten  and her sister, Miss Moser of  Mara, arc camping at Mabel  Lake.  Miss   Mathison  Miss Wismer  Mr. and Mrs. S. Bray, of Keb ...    ,-..   . . .,....  wna spent .he weck-cui o��������������������������� I ;;;**! **������������������������������������>���������������������������.:::::::::::: iZ  [visit to their son, Mr. B, G. Bray ���������������������������  I'bf Armstrong.  Thc Methodist Sunday school  ['picnic will bc held on Thursday,  JAug. 8th, in Mrs. Empcy's grove Mrs  ['on Otter Lake road.  s������������������  Mrs. S. Church, of Vancouver Donation from II. R. Sturl ..    5.00  Larkin  Miss  Haves   ..  Mitchell   .  Mrs.   Dnlzicl  Donations���������������������������  1.75  .85  11.05  10.05  G.75  came in from Salmon Arm by  [motor this week and is visiting  1 Armslrong friends.  Mrs. A. E. Lowery and family  (left on Monday for Rivcrhurst,  I [Sask., and arc visiting friends  land relatives there.  X  Mrs. H. Christian returned on  IFriday last from Prichard,  rwhere shc spent the past two  I'wccks visiting friends.  - X  ri oHay from Montreal is being  jbought by lumber camps in  ���������������������������British Columbia. It. is some-  llhing over $17 a tb;i, delivered.  j' Dr. W. F. Fraser, dentist, of  [Victoria, will practice in the  j/Brick Block, Armstrong, tor  [two weeks, commencing Moh-  |jday, Aug. 12th.  ,, J. Burnstill came,in on Sat-^  Jiirday to assist in the local C.P.  B. .office. In addition to the reg-  jular staff, four young men are  (kept busy in the express department.  Several autoloads of JSndcr-  Ibyites visitec| Armstrong Saturday evening, taking in the pic-  I lure, show antf doing a little  [shopping by tbe way. }f surely  jibes pay to advertise.  Mr* w.Connatty awl family*  bf flairier. fl.C, who bave Jieen  'visiting tyrs.Connatty's robtlier,  J\fr������������������. s. A. T������������������������������������!ey������������������ tbe past  [month, is returning lioroe to-  Inorrow with Mr. Connattyt  [Wbo motorect to Armstrong tbis  [veek to bike tiiero Jwc|c.  A garden party was:he|4 |*y  he Realm Sewing Circle upon  hhe lawn of Mr. ������������������wwl Mrs.. P-  Brabant, on tlie 25tb inst, for  [be benellt of tbe f\e$ Cross;  j Threaten ing weatber somewhat  >ef|uced tbe.attencjance, tbougb  11|| present Jbprougbly.enjoyed  \;fW~occasion.   Tbe~ybungpeo^  i|e wound up the proceedings  l^vitb a dance.    w���������������������������������������������������������������int������������������_ ssi-  Expenses, $4>75.  Proceeds from Baseball game 20.00  Donation from Larkin Sewing  Circle     2.50  Donation from Municipality of  Spallumcheen   "      S.3S  Afternoon Tea  Armstrong  ..    5.85  ,   FxnenfMt������������������"'C���������������������������  Choa'.o  A. Munro .S; Co 25.58  Cheque' Foreman' & Armstrong  u ���������������������������   47 r.n  Cash   for  freight  on  wool   ���������������������������    1.30  Summorv���������������������������  t������������������tip 1.  Cash on hand    $ist.**>  r.ollpr-tinns in Tune    1'^'J s"  Donations  in  June        3^ *'*  Afternoon  Teas  in  June   ..      5.85  Dr. and Mrs. Keith and children arc spending a few weeks  at their bungalow at Mabel  Lake.  A tractor���������������������������thc first in the Enderby district���������������������������is at work on the  De Hart ranch. They are plowing up thc old alfalfa meadow  and will put 150 acres into.fall  wheat.  Why shouldn't Euderby follow the. example of other progressive    towns   and   instal   a  are these men paid.less than an  ignorant  street  sweeper.     The'  hick of action on the part of the j  Dominion   Government   is   be-j  coming very detrimental to the]  service.    Good men are leaving I  consequence,    businessmen    in!  competent hands cannot he se-[  cured  to  take  their  places,  1(5 j  year old boys are beng employed]  at the rate of $2 per day, and in I  consequence,    businessmen    in J  large centres of population, in  place of having their, mail-property handled as of old, find that  the work is being done in a careless and haphazard manner.   In  these days of high living cosls a  va hied    Goveriimeii t    employee  should not he asked.to keep himself and his family on less than  $1,000 a year. ; /  Submarine Sinkings  Official figures on submarine  sinkings for June emphasize the  necessity for speeding up construction on American and Canadian ships. The tonnage of  ships sunk during the first six  months of this year was 1,312,-  315 tons. Ships built were 763,-  246 tons showing a net loss of  548,069 tons. The estimated net  reduction in tonnage since the  beginning of the war, allowing  for enemy ships seized and new  vessels, is now approaching the  4,000,000 mark. Commenting  on these figures Archibald Hurd  Cash  pnifl  ont  in" Juno  Cash on hand June 31  $3<*������������������ no  '7J.8-1  .  292.42  360.90  Receipts, $22;  Enderby Patriotic fund :  Thej treasurer of the Enderby  Canadian Patriotic Fund acknowledges . the., following - con*  tributions received since publication of the last list:  CvB. Winter {-   H. E. Mowat   I'. A. -Adams    ,  S.  F-  Hartry    V...  Okanagan ,Sa\v Mills, Ltd  Ti M. Lewis  Vi Pavies. .  ff: Nichol  .  A. Plack  SB     ���������������������������  ' ���������������������������     ���������������������������     ���������������������������  J. Kneale ...  G. Robinson .  l4iH������������������ Singh  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Sinri ." ,..  ft. pr>Vbeel^r  Total  ......:  ��������������������������� *������������������****������������������  $10.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  J 0.00  10.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  1.0(1  2.<M  2.tl������������������  ffi  CHURCH   SERVICES   $ft  drinking fountain, for man and says in the London Telegraph:  beast, at some convenient point     "Our seamen are fighting the  ���������������������������say'lhc station? piracy of German  submarines  wilh greater success. Americans  arc speeding up construction,  and in the past half year it is  officially announced that a considerable number of neutral  ships have bcen obtained by the  Allies.  "Nevertheless there is a continual decline in the tonnage of  our own mercantile marine upon which depends our commercial ������������������position. This occasions  justifiable anxiety in view of  present and after-war conditions, but more particularly the  latter."  Communion service will be  held in St. James' Church at 11  o'clock Sunday morning.  Rev. Mr. Miller will conduct  lhe union service in ,the. Methodist Church, Sunday " morning,  at It o'clock. After the regular  service the, sacrament of -the  Lord's supper will be celebrated. The evening-service in the  Presbyterian, jChurch is, withdrawn in favor bf tlie public  service arranged by the Mayor  and Council To be held, in tbe  theatre *at 7.30, anniversary of  the'declaration of war.'    "/. f 7  Give Postmen a Fair Deal  CwJ, E<W|!  "Jbose wbo wi|| |je wsing tfus  fuel during tbe coming winter  would he we|| .advte������������������t to place  their orders early as it is very  difficult to obtain coal even at  this date and tbe shortage of  transportation, and mmers  majce������������������ tlie out|oo|c uncertain as  to the winter's supply. Orper  early by pbone or otherwise,  phone 77      Okanagan Garage  When out for a motor-drive,  dinner at.' the King Edward-  JSnderby^   . The mail carriers of this country-certainly deserve far better  treatment than they are now accorded by"the Post Office Pe-  parfment, says, Toronto, Saturr  day Night., Some tune, since the  postmen applied for a reason-  abJ$"mcrease in pay. Tbey; aske'd  for a minimum of'91,000 and a  maximum/of: $M00, as compared witli tiie 93 per d^y tfiey  now average.. JJp to tlie present  writing, tiie Government lias ignored tiieir request. Tlie fiest  tbe men got was tfie statement  from tiie Government tliat, "the  matter was being considered."  The "bandlmg of our mails in  every department is a most important Twnction, entailing large  responsibilities and no mean inr  tellectual attainments. And bere  Xee Morris, proprietor  l������������������  (M  *>()<  A (UM UP IN STRAW HATS  Regular 5.50 for ....  4.50 "    latest Style 4.00 for  $3.95  $2.50  93.25  Vhlp H^s  Regular 1.00 for    <oc  "    2.15 for 91'50  Roaters ....; : ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ^l-50> l-25������������������ I-00 a������������������d 50c  A large assortment of Men's fancy vests, at 50%  reduction.  Cotton underwear, to elean up, broken line @ 35o aud 50c  per garment.  SUITS ANP QWQATS  MAPE TQ MPASURP  We have just received samples of Fall suitings and overcoatings. We have a good range to show you.  Sack Suits .................,..'.'............ $27 50 to 60.00  Coats and Pants ....   $24. 5 to 51,75  Winter Cvercaots  $30.00 to 60.00  A. D. RENAULT 1 Co.  0  <������������������  I Abbot'* Cpre fitfg  for cantankerous, cranlser  Abfolutely guaranteed to take  off corns and callouses.  25 centt ^  Prugt and Stationery  Armttrong, P. C.  P. S. Don't torget that  we take  subscriptions for all daily   papers   2  and magazines.  SATUWMY NJGHT, AUGUST 3^P:  The - great'-. serial,  "Tbe Mystery  Ship.",    bttb     episoae:     "The  Afasked ,Piders.'f ;  ;      ^  and   -  . four reels of Comedy..  ;; coming!  '���������������������������A Tale, of Two Cities" by Cb������������������rles  pickens. on Tuesday.VAapii.st 2������������������tb  A mammoth Vox pro^wction fw-  lurin^i William jp;arnHm.   /*    >  '������������������������������������������������������Get thf Morris ffi\WX"  IIIEM^i  ���������������������������<)���������������������������  >o<  We; just wanted to let. yow  know tbat we are agents for  Columbia Grap|iono|as and records, if you nave a machine,  buy your record)* bere. If not  we will be please^ to demon:  strate the Columbia and explain  to you the good qualities of tbe  ever popular Grapbonola.  ===;=We=have^a|soJ-received-a^new-  sbipment of goods, including  stationery, toys and a. great variety of choice candies,-all of  which you will now find on sale  here.  Tlie popular Vwtety  Store i  PHA8. PATPHPTT  BUJkDjSH ANP CONT'HACTOH  Shop   Work   of all   kinds  IS ywrf' t������������������ptritnvt. ������������������������������������������������������tlft������������������9tlM vutrtntttd  PQX100, ABMSTR0N0, PX.  BANK. OF HAMILTON  ."BUSINESS AS USUAy*' is not possible in time  of war, but the production oi" field and factory  should be greater now than ever before. Thc  Bank of Hamilton will,, therefore, give preferential consideration to useful and necessary  enterprises.  ABMSTHQNG BRANCH  H. t. Paynter.  A. Munro & Co., Armstrong  OUT  We still have some goods left to clear, and you  will do well to visit us and compare our prices  MILLINERY  Unheard-of  Bargains  in  Millincrv  Btock of SUMMER MATS to clcar'at  Values up lo -$3.00  Flowers, Sprays, Elc.    Your choice at half  .market prices  Millinery  Ribbons  at  greatly  reduced  prices���������������������������  away under present-day cosl prices.  Our  entire  .  50c each  the  HOSIERY  Girls' White Cotton Hose, to clear 25c pair  Ladies' Tan Silk Lisle Hose, also Tan Silk Boot,  Kvorth today 75c pair, to clear     45c  Colored Hose, in pink, pale blue and Mauves,  worth today 50c a pair, to clear 2 pair for 55c  Colored Lisle Hose, splendid value; worth 75c a  pair, to clear at ; _ pair for 85c  TABLE DAMASK  72-inch wide Union Linen Table Damask, beautiful designs, worth today $1.50 a yard to clear  '"��������������������������� 75c a yard  70 inch Satin  Damask,  exceptional value now  only    85c a yard  60-inch Union Damask, pretty design, to clear,  only  .'  65c a yard  Linen Huckaback, 16-in. wide, clearing at 30c yd  Union Huckaback, 18-in wide, a"snap at.. 25c yd  Pure Linen Huckaback,, Fluer-dc-Lcs design,  25-in wide, now only  50c a yard  WASH GOODS  Searsucker, Crepe, fancy designs, now clearing  38-in Striped Voiles, clearing*at 25c a yard  Cain Spot Muslin, a snap 15c yard  White and  Green  Striped,  and  awning-striped  j. Suitings, 36-in wide, now clearing at . .35c yard  'Colored Mulines,"in pink, sky, green, champagne  and rose; 36-irir wide, now only 40c yard  34-in White Pique clearing at 35c yard  mm big m  I':  V  .~*F  ...  \.'l-S*.  ���������������������������'*"'   ':<!  ;^4ii irto;(et the Belaborsr of  ArimtrorKVal vicinity ,fcpaw tliat  any time their leave or;-$ye, g|a������������������*.  ("e������������������ gat'broken op lost, new ones'  ;v^if:':l������������������a4tfPpUe4 aad-fitted tiie ,  ������������������*m3 a* the.old oxt&$ at-a., irefwoa -  ab|������������������j,ppioe. \ fove the pr^feijpMoi^4  ��������������������������� of all the.eyeRla^es fitted for two  years biok by T������������������wWlake & Sbn.u  ���������������������������The Qiality jewelers'������������������    -y  ���������������������������?:i^  ^tVp^ i ^������������������taff}j*  ^wccttiar_|p^  T(HP^JU,,V|v|C, SON & CO.  ';   ������������������>-  ������������������*���������������������������  llpven Indies Sold  . tlSfflBS WANTEP  WE HAVE SOLD ELEVEN RANCHES IN THE NORTH  OKANAGAN DISTRICT SINCE SPRING, RUNNING  IN VALUE FROM $1,000.00 TO $20,000.00, AND FROM  TEN ACRES TO 2000 ACRES. OTHER BUYERS ARE  EXPECTED DURING THE SUMMER, AND WE SHALL  BE GLAD TO HAVE TIIE LISTINGS OF PROPERTIES  FOR SALE IN ARMSTRONG AND ENDERBY DISTRICTS.    FORMS   WILL   BE   SENT   ON   REQUEST.  G. A. Hankey & Company Limited  Financial Aseats  VERNON :      :      :      :      :        B.C.  Subscribe for the "Commoner" now $2 a yrf 6  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918.,  5* 5' 5* 55 55 5' S>.������������������ *��������������������������������������������� *��������������������������������������������� *���������������������������* *��������������������������������������������� *** <������������������  Tlie-Dear Girls  .   v������������������- ������������������r i.r u ������������������/��������������������������� s/- ������������������.��������������������������������������������� ������������������.*��������������������������� ������������������j " ������������������' j; j* ii j; i;  .When thc graceful form of Venus  rose, unfettered, from the sea,  All the ladies of Olympus cried in  chorus: "Gracious mc!"  Some of us are tall and bony, some of us are short and  fat.  None of us would be attractive in a bathing suit like thai."  So Ihey hurried up the mountain,  That ail women who went bathing  So the statute was enacted, but  To observe if all were bathing in  and to Jove they made appeal  should be clad from head to heel,  when Jove eased down next day  the   duly   legal   way, .-,-.  He was shocked to see the females who complained  the  day before  Dressed exactly in the costume that the  daring Venn's  wore.  "Yes, these suits arcVnbecoming," they informed him with a smile,'  "But we'd 'mlher be unlovely lhan be; thought behind  the style."  Vainly Jove called down policemen  from   Olympus'   frowning  top.  In the water slid  the ladies and  defied  each  worried  cop..  Vainly did thc great god thunder thai his law must be obeyed  Anil command the precinct captain lo pull off a wholesale raid.  Tn lhc water stayed the ladies, quite serenely satisfied  To be costumed in the fashion and in nothing else beside.  So through all  the following ages, female history has been told,  Vainly statutes are enacted, vainly clergymen may scold.  If the fashion be immodest, modest    clothes will  not bc worn,  Till anolher era happens and another style is born.  Law holds neither awe nor terror for lhe fairest of the fair;  Re it overmuch or nothing, what the style is they will wear!  ���������������������������James J.  "Montac.uk..  SOLDIERS' LAND POLICY  Sugeg-stions as to What May Be  Adopted in Canada.  7f  ta.-  soil mr m  Iron  payment QiiptJivery  Willi lhc returned soldiers organized and organizing as Ihcy  arc, wc clo not anticipate lhat  Lhere wilr bc any dillicully in  Canada in arriving at a solution  of thc question of getting lhc  men imon the land on a basis  lhat will give the men every advantage they havc so richly  earned. Nor do wc believe the  civilian, nor thc politician is going to hc permitted to have very  much to say about what the  conditions shall be. We believe  thc returned soldiers know pretty well what they want���������������������������quite  as well as thc average politician  or civilian, and wc believe, further, that thc returned soldiers  arc going to make their wants  known. .  However, here is a plan .which  the .Secretary of the Interior,  Franklin B. Lane, has laid before President Wilson for the  States, which throws light upon  the plan which'will no doubt be  adopted in Canada, when action  is taken. In Sercetary Lane's  letter to the President we read:  "A milion or two dollars, if  appropriated now. Will put this  work well under way..  "This plan does not contemplate anything like charity to  the soklier. He js not to pe  given a boinitv. fie is not to be  made to feci that be is a depend"  ent. On the, contrary, he is to  continue in a "sense in the service of the Government. Instead  of destroying our enemies, be  is to develop our resources.  "The work that is to be done,  other than the planning, should  be done by the soldier himself.  The dam or the irrigation project, should be built by him, lhe  canals, lhc ditches, the breaking  of the land, and lhe building of  thc houses, under proper direction, should bc his occupation.  Hc should bc allowed lo make  his own home, cared for while  hc is doing it. and given an interest in thc land for which he  can pay through a long period  of ycars. ocrhaps thirty or forty  years. This same policy can bc  carried out as to other classes of  land, so that thc soldier on his  return would havc an opportunity to make a home for himself, to build a home with the  money which wc would advance  and which hc would repay, and  for the repayment wc. would  have an  abundant security.  "The farms should not be  turned over as thc prairies were  ���������������������������unbroken, unfenced, without  accomodations, for man or animals. There should be prepared  homes, all of which can be constructed bv thc men themselves  and paid for by them under a  system of simple devising by  which modern methods of finance would be applied to their  ueeds."  after    assume     the    necessary  financing  of   lhc   otherj Allies,  Brilain, which has liberally sup- .,  'ported the other Entente powers]'  since   lhe opening  of   thc  war, '  could look after her own financing.    The shipment of gold to  New York  is  the beginning  of  the   realization   of   this   statement.    In thc depository at Ottawa   there  has  been  accumulated    (including   lhe   $15,000,-  000    above    mentioned)    some  $52,000,000 in gold, and it is'expected  that  much  of  this will  find ils way to New York in the  near future.   The movement is  an indication that for the time  heing at least Great Britain is  ceasing    lo    borrow   from   the  Uniled States and will pay cash  as she goes. An interesting question  is" where docs Britain get  her .'gold?    The fact is that the  British  Empire   controls   some  two-thirds   of   the  world's   annual   output   of    the   precious  metal.    Thc chief producers in  the  Empire   are   South   Africa,  Australia,    India   and -Canada.  South   Africa   alone    produces  $180,000,000 a year. During the  past year some $200,000,000 in  gold0" had   mysteriously   disappeared.     It  had  nol  gonc_ into  lhc reserve in Great Britain to  back up Paper currency, for the  total reserve hardly changed. It  was so'neA'here.in lhc Empire.  The sudden shipment from Ottawa    disclosed    part    of    lhc  secret.   Gold has evidently been  coming   to  Canada  during  lhc  vear  from   both  Australia   and  South Africa.    When  thc war  broke out the financial balance  between thc United Stales-and  Great  Britain  was in   Britain's  favor, and lhc United Stales had  to pay in*1 gold.     Instead of undertaking the risk and cost of  having it sent across the ocean,  Great Britain asked thc Ottawa  Government to act as her agent  and receive  the gold from the  United States into its new secure depository.    Now that thc  financial   positions   of   Britain  and  thc  United  States  are reversed, Canada continues to act  as agent, only this time the gold  is going the other way.���������������������������Canada Weekly.  Dr. Dent  wishes  to announce the opening of his Dental  Parlors in the W. H. Smith Block, Barnard Ave., Vernon, B.C.  Dr. Den t   will    give  Britain Pays In Gold  |rV7=SAWPP!HS0r  Will pay you $7.00 per ton for old  iron and steel, etc. old implements  free from wood, deliverd to John  Tedford, Enderby. Hope Bros..  Armstrong, or at his own yard in  Vernon. B.C,  One of the most interesting  and significant recent events,, in  connection with war financing  was a shipment of $f5,000.000  in go|d from Ottawa .Jo the New  >'orJc federal "Reserve Rank on  account of tbe Priti&li Government. Some wce|cs ago, Mr.  Bonar J-aw, Chancellor of, tbe  pxebequer of Great Pritaih. in  making bis budget speech, said  if the United States would berc-  E. O. WOOD, B. C. L. S.  Armstrong and Salmon Arm  Subdivisions, Mineral  Claims,   limber Limits, Pre-emptions. Drainage,  Irrigation and Road Surveys, Maps  and plans.  Phone 02 Salmon Arm, B.C.  SECRET  SOCIETIES  S. H.SPEEKS  W. M.  A.F.&A.M-  Enderby Lodge No. '10  Regular meetings "rst  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in Masonic Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  CHAS. HAW1NS, C. C  H   M. WALKER. K. R. 3  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  PROFESSIONAL^  ���������������������������  A   C. SKALING, B,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  ..Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  1   periscqpic Pips ty JfenK ftyifiw   J  # ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������  Goodness mc! Are wc everlastingly to be  "weak and unworthv, miserable offenders"?  And if not everlastingly, then how long? Until  wc have "bcen to God?" And who is to say when  that is? When wc have joined some orthodox  church? Perhaps. 13ut, really, friends, thc most  persistent complaincrs I have known havc been  .members of some orthodox church. Sunday alter  Sundav. year in and year out, lhcy carry lhc  same slorv lo God about their unworlhincss and  miserable'sinfulness���������������������������jusl as if God wauled lo  hear Ihem complain. "Mind you. I am not saying  thev are worthy or unworthy.'We havc their own  word for it. And thev ought to know. Do you  think God is going lo give His love to anyone who  is ever complaining about his unworlhincss? I  wouldn't; would you?  The man or woman worthy of God's love���������������������������or  tlie love of anyone else, gels if.   And the best evidence, wc can have that a man has "been to God"  we qet not from his words but from his life.   God  docs not want man, "made in His image," lo go  groveling about  like a worm.    That is nol humility.    It is downright shamcfulncss.    Even in  business lhc ordinarv employer does not mind a  mistake now ancl then, but the employee who is  everlastingly making mistakes and then whining-  ly confessing them, is on the greased plank tipped  to Failure.    Confession of guilt is nothing���������������������������repentance is nothing���������������������������if it does not lead a man to  quit the offense.   And what is true in this respect  of business is as  true in matters pertaining  to  man's spiritual condition���������������������������if we must draw any  distinction.    It is psychologically impossible for  an individual to become anything but a "miserable sinner," while he carries that thought in his  mind.    Our thoughts make us.    And when we  -  allow such thoughts as "being good" and "meeting  God"  to control, one is not liable make much  head.   If one's highest ambition is to be a "miserable sinner, Nature stands ready to boost him  .that \yay,_    .  K 35  x Epitaphs in the *  X       Cemetery of Failure       *  %t .X  X XiJJJXXX )C X K X X XX X X X  !* ��������������������������� .  He lacked tact..  Worry killed him. V  a He was too sensitive.  He couldn't say "No."  He did not find his place.  A little success paralysed him.  He didn't care how jic looked.  He did not guard bis weak  point- ' ft  He was too proud to \in\e ad-  vice. ~- j  He did iw>t "f������������������W in Jove witb  his work* ~  fle got Into a rut and could  not get out. ,    ,'  He did not learn to d������������������ things  to a finisjv  He loved ease; be didn't liHe  to struggle.       /,      -..!_;.  "fle was tbe victim pf tbe last  man's advice. ��������������������������� '  fte was loaded down with use-  Jess baggage.  He lacked tbe faculty of getting along with others.  . He  couldn't   transmute  lus  Knowledge into power.  ���������������������������He-tried-tQ-pick the,flowers  out of his occupation-  He knew a  good deal,  but  could not make jt practical.  Nature study  A nature study and biology  teacher somewhere in America  sends to the Nature Study Review (ilhica, N. Y.) the following casket of jewels culled from  her pupils regarding lhcir observations and conclusions in  the domain of nature:  "Organic matter is when you  have something the matter with  your organs."  "Five devices by which seeds  arc scattered arc wind, watcr,  explosion, torn up, taken out,  and thrown away."  "The peculiars of an insect  arc some of them bring diseases,  others destroy food, suck the  blood, spoil lhc flowers, lay eggs  and kill babies."  "The grasshopper, when he  walks, he either, jumps or  hops."  "The jaws of a, grasshopper  move cast and west."  "A larva is an' unfinished animal."  "The flower is to show what a  plant can do."  SMOnt  rite:. ���������������������������  ORINOCO  i^UI     FINt    FoH   CIOARE1   Itb  special  town patients.  Phone 343   or write for appointments.  P.O. Boy 51   Vernon,  B.C,  !     attention     to   ouf   of  tAlM  OKanagan Garage  Phone 77 Armstrong, B.C.  Agent for McLaughlin, Chevrolet, Dodge and other  makes of cars.  REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED.  A   full line of tires, tubes and accessories always on  hand.  Presto Tank   "Exchange  Fairbanks Morse Gas Engines ~  Oil and everything   required b\r  the   Auto   owner.  Use our Free Air Station  Man was a polygamous brute before affectum  was developed in bim by a helpless child. Children arc the creators of gentleness in women.  They havc made the world's mothers thc greatest  in the world. Childhood's influence has done  more for civilization and humanity than all the ,  wars and othcr influences put together. Pitiful,  little has civilization done for the children. And;.  little for thc mothers upon whom the children-  depend. Our governments pay many scientists  to take care of thc health and the welfare of the-  pig. Not one to take care of thc health and the  welfare of thc children. The London Times says  this war is costing a daily, loss of 7,000 potential'  lives, adtcd to which arc thc millions of men h*  their prime who have becn slain.  ><)<  ���������������������������o<  >o<  ������������������><  MX  MOo>  Profit lo #  ii  I  Jbe pominion law against, foe selling nf  butter without the words "Pany Butter^ w  ������������������������������������������������������Creamery Hutter ���������������������������as the case may pe���������������������������printed  on the butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer.  It is the duty of every bntter maker to comply with the Jaw in this matter. Some butter  makers have only a cow or two, and maKe so little  butter that it does not appear to them tbat they  can afford to have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like the idea of having 500 or JGQ0  butter wraps on hand. To accommodate this  class of buttermakers, we have printed up  a quantity of "Custom" Putter Wraps. They are  printed with lhe words "Fresh Pairy Butter" but  do not bear thc name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill thc requirements of the Jaw  governing this point, and can be bought in small  quantities at thc rale of 05c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not require buttcrwraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  500, Single 0r4er,  1000   "      "  When   run    witl  $3*75  '*   -      ���������������������������       4-75  other orders, $3.50 and $4-50  fi  W  fi  fi  ���������������������������������������������*  I  i  fi  Classified   Ads]  Cost little but reach many, and are. first-class pullers oJ  business.    Try one in The COMMONER. 2c & Ac a word  THE WAOTEH PRESS  Enderby, 3.C.  THE CARY PHESS  Armstrong* B-C.  i  i  i  i  >^ i  **���������������������������** i  is ���������������������������&<  THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918.  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  TECHNICAL EDUCATION  Mr." John Kyle, Organizer,  Writes on Enderby's Opportunity to Have Branch Established.  V  the production of manufactured  goods she will he subjected to  very active, competition of other  manufacturing   countries.   Canada's aim for the future should  bc to increase production of the  factory as well as  the fishery,  farm, forest and mine in order,  to create an exportable surplus;  and thus assure at least a reasonable proportion of the pros-,  Last week Mr. John Kyle, or-Jpenity it has enjoyed in recent  ganizcr  of  technical  education years.  for the Province of British Col-| "This timely brochure goes  umbia, attended the meeting of straight to the root of thc mat-  the  Enderby  Board  of  School tcr and states to thc Canadian  in establishing and furthering  tliat training which makes  directly for individual efficiency  and greater,pioduction.  p" JLet every school board begin  such  work by establishing.  Manual Training and Domestic  Science centres. Such centres'  make the solving of the Night  School problem possible. Money  is well spent on "such training  and il will bc found that the investment will bring great returns." ������������������  f Trustees, and explained the im-  f Porta nee of having thc Enderby  school take advantage of the op-  people what is perfectly realized  in  Britain,  France and  United  States:  that greater and better  portunity now offered to havc a production than has ever bcen  branch of manual training and made before must be the aim  sr sr *������������������ <.' w *# sr sr sr sr wai sr sr sr sr sr  ������������������������������������������������������������������������< ������������������ Js j* js rs js js js js .#* ������������������* is <������������������ js js js  '���������������������������*������������������.-  Can Canada Say the Same?  x  X  X  x x x x s; x a x x x x x x s;  News' and Views  x  x  X  XXX  domestic science established  here, in connection with thc  school at Armstrong. Thc matter has becn before the board  for some time but no definite  action has bcen taken.  After the matter was fully cx-  |V plained the following resolution  [/ was passed:  That a public meeting bc held  on Friday, August 9th^ lo consider the proposal advocated'by  Mayor Dill and proposed by the  school board; lhat manual training and domestic science hc installed in the public school, and  that placards and handbills bc  printed and distributed lo invite  the public to same."  Mr. Kyle writes thc Commoner: "'Our aims for ll\c future  should bc lo increase thc production-of the factory as well  as of lhc fishcr.v, farm, forest,  and mine in order lo create ah  exportable surplus and thus assure to Canada al least a reasonable proportion, of the prosperity il has enjoyed in recent  years.'  "Thc above quo I a lion, is from  a brochure put,out by the Canadian Bank of Commerce. The  brochure explains lhc present  industrial situation .in Canada  very aptly and lells how war  orders have been deluging factories during the past few years, |j��������������������������� natural resources but having  how manulactunng plants have;good schools and a great ouN  put; Russia, rich in natural resources but having poor schools  August  him swell up.  JS  "The fate of the world will bc  of onc and all.  "Sir Herbert Hambling, one|  of Britain's financiers, has well  said: 'All our problems of cost  of living, finance, exchange, position, trade and the maintenance of a higher standard for  the workers, all are to bc solved  in one way and onc way only:'decided before  the leaves  turn  by a greater production of goods.brown  and  perhaps before  the  and  a  sparing consumption  of,harvest is gathered in."���������������������������Philip  unnecessary  articles.    Only  by Gibbs, war correspondent,  obtaining a greater output" and      rrI     ,. SS.    ,    . .  shipping as much of il as pos- Jhc lovv cardinal virtues nc-  siblc lo foreign buvcrs can wc ccssary lor community building  restore our economic position 'ar{? enthusiasm, encouragement,  find liquidate our war debts t0lPubllclly tind. co-opera lion. Any       lhc  Secretary of the Navy Daniels  recently  said:     "The  time  was when avc thought some of     the Republicans were pretty bad; America above  fellows    and     sometimes    we  proved it.    And sometimes the  Rcbublicans thought that of us  jand sometimes they proved it.  de- But  now men of  both  parties  riding hero worship, just pour arc fighting in the lines, fighting  a little flattery on bim and soe.'  at home. America is above decreased by 46,000,000 head  party every hour of the day. since the war began. Forty per  There isn't a man in America to- cent of the hogs in France have  day who will get a following been killed, and 35 per cent of  wilh the people unless he puts sheep.   It is estimated by French  Kelowna will hold its  annual regatta on  next.  sr  When  you  hear  a   man  twelfth  15th  party.  Killing  the Breeding Stock  Thc live stock of thc countries  of thc Allies in Europe has been  officials that French live stock  cannot be restored to the prewar basis until from five to ten  ycars after the war. ���������������������������  TRY COMMONER WANT ADS  war  lorcnjn   creditors.'  "From America comes evidence lhal she realizes that she  is in a similar position, and with  a view lo increasing her production shc has alrcadv voted  $7,500,000 to stimulate technical education.  "Brilain and France havc increased their educational expenditure nearly 60 per "cent  since the war began.  "Industrial training and production arc co-partners. Thc  amount of production and thc  cosl of training will bc found  lo havc a direct ratio lo each  othcr. An example may bc seen  by Comparing Germany wilh  Russia. Germany, poor  been extended, skill in work  iiianship improved, and production enormously increased. But,  a time will conic, says thc au-  'thor, when war . orders will  cease, when there will be little  .use for the plant extensions and  numbers of workmen be idle.  This   situation,  moreover,   will'  and a small output. All over thc  world and in the different states  of America this ratio can be  traced.  "The Dominion Government  of Canada, however, is slow in  coming    to   thc   assistance   of  be aggravated by the return ol Technical Education and the!  H1? soldiers Irom the front. ,, j propaganda-is left entirely to  Very large sums of money individual provinces. Thc warn-  havc been borrowed both Irom jIlg rtolc sent out bv the Bank of  Great Brilain and the United Commerce should bc brought to  Stales the principal and interest the attention of educationad au-  on winch thc\ Canadian people, thoritics in British Columbia  inust endeavor to pay in goods - am\ CVCry advantage should be  Canada is Jibcrally endowed taken of the assistance offered  with natural resources,. but hi,by the Provincial Government  town possessing these is m  list of progressives.  "��������������������������� sr  ,s  Onc of thc largest shipbuilding concerns in America will bc  creeled on thc St. Lawrence on=  positc Quebec to cost $5,000,000.  Thc firm will build-steel shirs  for the French government.  An exchange says: "Whenever, you secca town down a I thc  heels and out at thc knees, you  will find an overworked and unpaid postmaster who is kept  busy sending away the people's  money lo the mail order houses  in thc cilics.",  fcr  mm*  Acting on instructions received from the Secretary of  State last Friday night, the Victoria citv police raided the office of The Week newspaper on  Saturday morning and put into execution orders of the Ottawa authorities to suppress the  publication. In-thc message no  reason is given for this action  and it is merely stated from now  on under pain of a fine of $5,-  000 thc paper shall not be circulated or be in possession of  any person:  French Zouaves  storming  through barbed  wire  On the West Front ''"'',��������������������������� ,       u * <  o..i,���������������������������.i   ,.,:..,.  entanglements  erect ed before thc German trencnes.������������������  Overseas Correspondence  3  fulfills ^e Requirements  of Quality Street  Whenever you require White Lead, make sure  of getting the one White Lead that is unequalled  for fineness, whiteness, covering capacity and  durability.    Ask for the guaranteed brand���������������������������  PRANPRAM'S GENUINE  B.R. WHITE USAP  Whether tinted or used  as white, the finish established by "B.B." will last  longer, protect  better, and  remain more  beautiful than  any other  White Lead  yet produced.  Just as White  Lead generally has prov-  ed by its  long continued use its  value   over  all othcr pigments, so  Brandram's B.B. White  Lead has proved its  superiority  over other  makes by its  survival as  the leading  brand for  nearly two  centuries.  Thi������������������ White Lead  it invariably tiled  in the manufacture  of B-H "English  Paint."  BRANPRAM.HEN PERSON  ���������������������������OMTRHLH������������������LirftXST.JOHHTOROMTOWIHHIP(ae������������������L������������������������������������llrCOMOMTOII VANCOUVER  A  IULT0N HARDWARE CO. LTD., ENDERBY.  L, Private correspondence for  destinations in terrritory occupied by the enemv���������������������������excepting  enemy occupied Belgium and  enemy occupied parts of France  ���������������������������may pow.be addressed direct  in thc ordinary way instead of  being forwardecf through an au-  tliorizccl intermediary. Such  correspondence, however, must  onlv deal with private news and  will be subject to censorship.  Items which contain any information whatever in regard to  military, economic or political  conditions obtaining in Canada  or in any allied countries or  which contain undesirable information of any Jdn<l will be  detained.  Business communications  from Canada to destinations in  territory which has been ccrti-  iied_e_ncmy Jcrritory. under_,_th_c  Trading with the Enemy Proclamation require a license from  the Secretary of State for Canada.  Correspondence intended for  destinations in enemy countries  (as distinct from enemy occupied territory) or to those destinations in enemy occupied Belgium and enemy occupied  France to which correspondence  may be forwarded, may still be,  sent through the medium of  Thos. Cook & Son, 530 St. Catherine St.. West. Montreal. Application should bc made in lhis  connection lo Thos. Cook & Son  at Montreal for information in  this connection.  mrfrgEiKiElt^^  *!���������������������������������������������  LPT TPP COMMONER HELP YOU MAW  BUSINESS FOR YOJJRSPLF, ANP flOLP TPP  pusiNjsss of TPP pjstpjct JN TP PJS-  WJCT\ TW CQMMONpp JS,pp TO WW  \QV. py CO-QPPPATING WJ3 CAN HOPP  JN TW PJSTPJCT TWHJSANPS Of POP-  PAPS pACH MONTH, ANP AT TW S^MP  TOPS Gjvp TO TW PPPPIC TW-CQIf-  PLPTPST   SATJSJrACTJON   AS   TO   PPJCP,  QJJAPJTY ANP sppvjcp.  TPP ppsjNpss js WW. IT is UP TO  TOP, MP. pjJSJNpsSMAN, TO OPT YOUP  spAPP.   W YOU APP NOT,  JT JS JJP TO YOU!  o  r������������������������������������  MADE IN  ARMSTRONG  ladies' Suits  Men's Suits  Clothes Cleaned, pressed  Altered and Repaired  -1  WW ys TO MAW TPP COMMONER  AN AJP TQ YOU IN PUSJNESS.   ,  WW US TO PUT TW COMMONER JNTO  EVERY POMP FflOM LARKIN NORTH TO  SJCAMPUS.  HELP US TO MAW THE COMMONER A  BUSINESS GETTER FOR EVERY BUSINESS  ENTERPRISE JN TBE PJSTRICT.  HELP US TO MAKE JT THE MEPJUM TO  WHICH ALL MAY LOOK TO FOR THE BEST  STAPLE GOOPS AT THE LOWEST LIVE-  ANP-LET-LIVE PRICES.  HELP US TO MAKE EVERY "AD" SPEAK  FOR QUALITY AND RELIABILITY.  a  ALEX. ADAIR  Ii  ������������������4  'J  Phones���������������������������29 Enderby; 35 Armstrong.  "A call will bring our ad man to see you, with  illustrations and suggestions for business-pulling,  interest-awakening, and good-will building ideas.  These will cost you nothing, but advertising  space in the Commoner will cost you 40c per  column inch, transient, and 25c an inch each  insertion on contract.  The rest is up to you.  OKanag'an Commoner  Armstrong oi* Enderby.  Eaaaaaaaaaaaai: aaaaaai  IkJklk^iKfMfclkllufcJki  aaaaaas OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918  RIDE TO YOUR WORK  Those hot, dusty days���������������������������do  they not make you wish  you had some other means  other than walkrhg-of getting to your work? The  quickness and ease of  reaching your  work would  only be one reason why you   should "buy  one  of our bicycles.  "MASSEY   or "STANDARD"   .....      ......    $SO.OO  Ask for catalog- discribing above wheels.  BINDER TWINE  STANDARD 500 ft to lb...........  MANILLA 600 ft to lb......,*.....   29c  32c  ANOTHER LABOR SAVER  ^-^sswjRSsa  WA \Jh  |llP^������������������tll  Is our power washing machine, besides saving you  much work they ' wash  cleaner than most hand  machines. They will not  injure   the   most   delicate  j       piece   of  embroidery  and  ������������������������������������P     yet    will    Avash'"  blankets.  This machine will pay   for  itself   inside  of  one year.  Kkm^ PRICE $24.50  Other     hand   machines  at  9.SO    ll.SO   and  $20.00  Wringers   $G SO and 7.SO  Also keep in mind that we cany   wash boilers,, clothes baskets,  wash boards, clothes pins and electric irons.^  I-  Dr. William's   fly  spray   will   keep' the  mosquitoes off  your cows  those   hot  days and   increase   flow   of   milk  PRICE    .75   1.25 and $2,25 per tin  Sprayers for applying same ' 75c aud $1.25  E-Z SEALERS  -J; pis. per doz. $1.50  Pts. per doz $1.75  ���������������������������h y;al per doz. $2.50  .Jelly glasses doz 75c  "Rubber   ri^s   doz 10c  3 P hay forks ea 1.35  6P potato forksea2.(i5  Sack needels ea25?40c  Sack twine per lb G5c  and ������������������1.00  Heavy machine oil  per gal 75c  -  Cups   and   Saucers   for threshing   time.    Good   heavy  porcelain    cups     and  saucers  with    clover  designs  at  2.50 per doz. -  hail-Smitli HaiU'e ft Ltd.  CORNER HARDWARE ARMSTRONG, B.C.  PHONE 33  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-JJ.7JJ.70.  HOT WEATHER SUCTIONS  MEN'S FURN1SPJNGS  STRAW HATS  SPORT SJJJRTS  CANVASS SHOES  BELTS, ETC.  p.V.p. UNDERWEAR  RATPJNG SUITS  LIGPT-WEJGPT POSE  Lime Juice, Grape Juice, Raspberry   Vinegar,   Lemonade,   Orangeade, Lemonade Powder, Pickles,   Olives,   Catsup, Canned  Meats, Canned Fish, Etc.  All Kinds of ScJiram tops, Economy tops,  E-Z Seal tops.  Tops, jars unci rubber bancjs  The Slore for Quality and Quantity.  13"}.   13  ENDERBY, B.C.  AUCTION SALE  I   have   been.instructed by Mrs. E. M. Rochester to   sell   by   public  auction at her residence, opposite my residence on  SATURDAY AUGUST 10th  At 2.30p.m.  All   her  household furniture, and kitchen utensils,   also   silver   ware  Chinese dishes and portier.       Everything in this sale is pratically new.  TERMS CASH  C. Creed       Auctioneer  "The   Commoner" now   $2 a year.  'You will like it"  THE VICTROLA  iia  HOME ORCHESTRA.1  of  the Best   pos������������������iWs Kind  IT IS THE  EASIEST ORCHESTRA  TO MANAGE  It will play foryou the music vou love  best in the way you love best J L-Yom  the simplest song to the most brilliant  opera, such music 3-011 maj-have in per  fection through  H. S. BEST  Armstrong,   B.C.  sr    sr    sr, sr    sr    sr    sr    sr    sr    sr    sr    sr    sr  rs    js    is    js    ������������������ js    js    .11 j* is    H js    ts  Beauty in the Banks  sr    sr  I  In Toronto Saturday Nigh I  j "P. O'D." writes facetiously" oi'  1 banking conditions since ihe fair  I sex have heen pul in charge ol*  : lhc Avickcts.  "SomcliOAv, says he, "wc enjoy going to the bank nowadays  far more lhan avc used to. ll  isn't thai avc arc more solvent  than heretofore���������������������������our solvency  does not seem lo increase, with  our years���������������������������bul the banks are  much more interesting rcsorls  lhan in the old days before the  war. They have morc animation and color, so to speak���������������������������especially since lhc girls havc begun to wear these gaudy pull-  minded of this chaUccllask  over ' sweaters. We Avere reminded oi* this changed aspect  of our sternest financial institutions   the  other  day,  when   wc  going in to have  caught oursclf  our bank-book made up for the  third time in thc Aveek. Formerly it has been our custom to  wait until avc got a short and  nasty note from the accountant  asking us to call around and fix  up that overdraft. But now Ave  run right in and havc a little  bookkeeping done for us J.  "Thc Avorsl of il in the banks,  hoAVCArcr, is that lhcy .keep  changing lhc girls around. Jusl  as soon as avc Iuuc got things  going" nicely, and have^ reached  the point Avhere avc can talk of  thc young lady's preferences in  the mailer of supper, bv can  IhroAv out general suggestions in  thedircction of an cA'cning paddle in lhc Island lagoon, they  remove her to an inaccessible  portion of lhe building, perhaps  they confine her in thc main  vault, and avc have lo start all  over again. II is a little discouraging. Managers and chief accountants seem to bc jealous  devils."  This writer advises banking  earjy if onc wihes to Iiua'c a Utile  "visit" before thc busy unsentimental businessman.gels ahout.  But not too early.. One must  give thc girls an opportunity to  exchange their little confidences,  with onc another about thc sort  of time they had the night before, and what Hying camp he is  in, and Iioav many fox-trots shc  had with him and what shc said  to-Art=-when-ApUobjeclGd-to-her-  going around Avilh aviators, and  the othcr vital topics lhat ladies  discuss the morning after. He  says he made lhe mistake onc  morning. A fellow ought to  bank, say about 10 o'clock, but  hc went in lo cash a cheque ten  minutes after the bank opened.  This is Avhal hc found:  "The young ladies were present all right���������������������������the most of them,  avc should judge. But they had  not as yet turned their minds lo  thc business ol' the day. Aboul  a dozen of them avc re gathered  in chalty little groups, from  Avhich strange snatches of con-  A'crsation reached us.  "I think I'd have have frills  on it, my dear," said onc. "You  know those net and muslin frills  arc all thc rage. Gertie Avas over  to Buffalo last week, and she  said that all the girls avc re wear-:  ing them all over."  "Wc perked .up our cars. 'We  will confess lo a certain curios-  it}' as to the nature of the application of the frills. Occasionally  in bashful glances, as avc have  hurried past department-store  AvindoAvs, avc have seen garments of a highly frilly and intimate nature. But even in Buffalo Ihey Avould hardly Avcar  such things all over. We Avere  anxious to know, but another  fairy burst right into the conversation.  JU LY  BLUES  NOW    ON   SALE  If you own an  Edison and do  not receive the  monthly lists  write to ns lor  free complete  catalogue and  we will see that  yon get them  regularly.  90c each,  postpaid  Hood Stationary Go,  The Edison Distributors  Vernon, B. C.  " 'Say, have you seen Maud's  new baronclle skirt,' she burbled. 'It's jusl loo sweet���������������������������bul  don'l you think baronclle silk  is an awful nuisance? Eaciv-  thing sticks to it, you know. Ancl  it gets fuzzy Avhen it's rubbed.'  "This Avas interesting, and avc  dccitled nol to rub a baronet te  skirl���������������������������not if it Avas going lo get  all fuzzy ad give us tiAvay like  that. Wc CA-en made a brief  mental prayer lhal thc vogue of  baronclle Avould bc short-liA'cd.  Then avc Availed patiently for  another five minutes, Avhile thc  conversation turned lightly to  chenille bals and knitted sweaters.  "'I'm doing-mine in old rose  silk,' onc young lady,informed  the othcii girls and the banking  public generally, as represented  by us. 'Wool is getting so common, don'l you think? And thc  silk clings to thc figure much  better. You don't get that bulki-  ncss around  the waist.'  "Under the circumstances avc  were slrong for silk, and avc  were glad to think that the girls  were taking it up. In fact, wc  found the Avholc conversation  very pleasant and improving.  But avc could not help reflecting  that our financial purpose was  not being furthered by it, and  that the Managing Editor might  bc impatient lor our presence at  llie ollice. Of course, his humor  would all depend on what sort  of golf hc had played the afternoon before, but one mustn't  count loo positive!}7 oil a good  score.  ."So avc coughed. Wc coughed  gently at first, and Ihen louder  and louder, until finally avc were  tearing the asbestos lining out  of our throat. At last a couple  of fair bankresscs glanced at us  as if we Avere an obnoxious June  bug. And then onc of them���������������������������,  wc think it was Claire���������������������������sauntered over to us humming one  of Al. Jolson's new records. She  laid a powder-puff on the desk  and stretched out a languid hand  for our cheque. She read the  cheque. She seemed to read it  over several times. Then she  laid it on the ledger and waJkccf  CMSSIFIPP APVTS.  2c a -word   first insertion; lc a word  thereafter.    125c minimum  WANTED���������������������������A tractor engineer. Ap  =p I y^AfToin ki 11 so nr Or i nd rod*rU*itir  FOR SALE���������������������������One set of double harness; 1 buggy, tongue and neck  yoke; G lengths vi-in. pipe. Apply Mrs. H. W. Kelly.  WANTED���������������������������One or two high schoo]  girls lo board Avith Mrs. Ii. J-J.  Davis, Armstrong.  FOR SALE���������������������������Light Avugon, complete  Avith box, pole, shafts, etc. Also  light democrat. i3olh in good  condition. H. A. Allison, Ann-  strong. .|!)-2  0  >o<  ������������������o<=������������������(0  FOR SALE���������������������������Comfortable 'l-roomed  cottage.     Electric   lights.     Apply  corner  Avc.  Becker  St.   and  Rosed ale  2t  I have a large list, of enquiries  from lhe Prairie. Provinces for  Mixed Farms and Slock Ranches.  Mail your descriptions of proper-  tics direct to the oflice. ������������������  GEO. JMICKLEBOROUGH  Box 39.8 Vernon  GOOD DRIVING HORSE, IC hands;  sale or trade for cow. F. Hawes,  Enderby.  48-tf  WANTED���������������������������General housekeeper;  one child. Good home for capable person. Apply A. J. Norman.  FOR SALE���������������������������One motor truck; 32  horse-power engine; 3 new tires;  all in running order. Can be  seen al Fletcher's Garage. Fulton  Hardware   Co.,   Enderby.       44-tf  LOST���������������������������Yellow scheps and bridle;  on way from Enderby to Salmon  River. Reward of $15 paid on  return lo Jimmy Charlie, Enderby reserve. 31-2  FOREMAN & ARMSTRONG  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  A la  Grace  corsets are the Ideal corsets for a  back lace stylish, graceful and comforable  corset. New styles. Prices from $1.25 to 3.50  Gossard Corsets, the world's leading front laced,  corsets, full range of sizes. Prices fron $2.25 to  4.00  Corset shields, prolongs the life of a corset, 25c  .....  '<% set.  0  i  I  5  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 vests  with short sleeve or  without, Splendid values 30c, 35c to 50c  each; Summ (combinations, 85c, 95c  and $1.25 each.  Outsize Gingham and print House Dresses.  Size* 44 te  57    Gaad patterns. Prices $2.00,225 to 300 each  Canadian   Food  Control  License  No.   S-22.36G  O)  >o<  >o<  i  I  M  Between the hours of 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. you  can talk over our Long Distance lines for six  minutes at the regular three minute day  rate* By this means you will have double  the usual time for your conversation with  no increase in cost  OKANAGAN TEIPPHONE CO;  ������������������  back lo thc group. An idea had  suddenly slruck her���������������������������avc sur-  hiised that she was going to call  a policeman.  *' 'Oh. girls.' she saicj, 'do you  |cnow what that dirty little cat,  Pdith ...'  "Wc wouldn't have minded so  much il' we had heard the rest  of it, hut she lowered* her voice,  their heads all drew together,  and wc were left to heat our  forehead against the brass grating in impotent rage. Wc also  thumped.on the desk with_the  head of our cane. They heard  us, but they heeded not.  Po not spend so much time  criticising thc good work of  your neighbor. Get busy, and  let someone find fault with you.  Shoes for ALL We fi%m\]y ,J  can he obtained nf |j  j. ?. parks!  The Shoe Hospital  Come in ancl  inspect my stock.)  Solid  Leather   Footwear   is   my|  specialty.  Don't send your work out of j  town, bet me setv the soles on]  your boots.  All branches of repairing done.j  oo nr nqwj  Have that new lical ing syslcm installed or that  old one overhauled and put in shape for winter.  Do notVvait until the fall rush comes.  It costs less to do it iioav.  \ *'   Haying tools of all kinds.  McClary's Famous Kootenay'Ranges.  ' Screen Doors, .Windows, Wire Netting, Hose,  Refrigerators���������������������������in-fact-our line of hardware is lhc  most complete in the country and our prices are  always the loAvest. V  ���������������������������plumbing, Heating and Tinsmithing. Mail  your orders or enquiries to us. They will receive  prompt attention.  I  Fulton Hardware  PLUMBLNCHEATINGTINSMITHING

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