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 j  1  ) ')  I L   vy  ARMSTRONG,  B. C.  EN DERBY,  B.C.'  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND ARMSTRONG ADVERTISER.  VOL. XV, No. 36 Whole No. 758  ARMSTRONG. B.C..      THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1<J1S.  SubscriDlion, S2.00 per vear: 5c the conv  x  X  X  X  xxxxxxxxxxx  ARMSTRONG NEWS  X!  X  X  X  X  and  Visit Armstrong for the Fall  Fair.  . R. J. Fletcher unloaded a car  of coal tliis week.  Mr. Lee Morris has moved inlo Uic Schubert cottage, on  Railway avc. ������������������  3 x  Miss D.Williams has accepted  a pt .ilion in J. C. Adams'  jcweiry store  x  Considerable sidewalk repair  work is being done by the local  board of works.  X  ��������������������������� Mr: I. Heard, an old-timer of  Armstrong, is confined lo his  bed by an attack of neuralgia  of the spine.  x  The ladies of the Presbyterian  church will serve dinner, afternoon tea and supper both days  of thc Fair.  ��������������������������� x  IMrs. Harris received word thc  past week that hcr husband, Pte.  S. Colin Harris, had been gassed  on August. 27th. '  st  St. James' church service on  Sunday ncxl: morning praver  nnd holv communion; preacher,  Rev. J. R. Gretton.  On Sept, 18 and 19, the two  days of the fall fair, the proceeds of the grandstand in the  fair grounds will be given to  the local hospital. Tliis institution is sorely in need of furniture and new floor coverings,  and in these days of increased  prices of everything the hospital  sometimes finds it very hard to  make both ends meet.  x  Major E. Sims. Superintendant  of the social work of the Salvation Army from Winnipeg to the  coast, with present headquarters  at the prairie Mentropolis, joined  his wife at Armstrong this week  where she has been visiting her  brother, Mr. A. ���������������������������!. Norman.  Major and Mrs. Sims left on  Tuesday for Winnipeg.  SITUATION NEVER BETTER  Flight Lieut. Harold  Freeman Meets Death  Great  sorrows seldom  come aeroplane accident on Sept  singly.  Especially in these days in England.  9th,  Prisoners   of   War   committee,  x X  to raise funds in any way they x  "may sec fit." It was suggested X  that a regular monthly donation !x  xxxxxxxxxxx  ENDERBY NOTES  of world strife, when the war  god rules in the minds of the  peoples of all nations and whips  them into line with an iron will.  Homes are rent asunder in a  day   and    cherished   hopes  of  Harold enlisted with the R.  A. F. last November. He completed his training at Toronto  about May 1st last, and spent a  month at his Armstrong home  before going overseas in July.  Hc   was  well    along    with   his  ycars wither in  an  hour.    So training in  England,  and  was  common arc the casualties that flying a scout machine.    He cx-  they arc passed ordinarily with peeled to go to Fiance soon  only a  sigh   of sorrow  for  the  mother and father, or the wife  Harold  would  have  becn  20  ycars of age  the 25th  of  this  and mother at home. But now  and then communities are hit a  blow that casts a shadow over  all.   Such a blow fell this week  upon Armstrong, in0the ollicial- hands in the great beyond  ly  reported    death    of   Harold      Words    cannot    convey" the  of the community  month.  The two boys, Eric and Harold, never happy when separated   in   life,   have   clasped  be sent to headquarters in Vancouver. Tliis is but onc branch  of tlie Red Cross work but it is  a most important one. Your donation may not only be the  means of cheering some lonely  one in captivity, but even of  saving his life.  The Red Cross year is drawing to a close at thc end of September, consequently all the  ollicers of the executive and  Dorcas committees will bc va-  XXXXXXXXHXXX  X  X  X  X  X  Miss B. Jones leaves for Vancouver tliis week to complete a  course in stenography and office  work.  Mr. Ruttan and family wish  to thank Uicir friends for the  sympathy and kindness shown  in  their recent bereavement.  Mr. J. L. Ruttan will return  to Fort Fraser tliis week    Mrs  cant. The most important busi- Russell and Miss,Ruttan will rc-  ncss meeting ot the year will be main  in  Enderby  in  order  to  General March Tells W. S. Senate Encouraging Facts About Freeman, following that of his deep sorrow  Call and  very.latest  sec Mrs.  iii Fall  Bray���������������������������The  and winter  War  Thc situation on thc western  front,  General  March   told  the  Senate   military   committee,   isj  more satisfactory  now  than  il  has   been   for   many   months |  Good progress is being made, he  said, and thc outlook is bright.  At no point along thc front arc  thc   Allies   more   than   twelve -  [miles    from,   the    Hindenburg-  [line, while upon the upper parti  I this line has been pierced by the  British troops. The Gcrman lines (  ire now  sixty miles  from  the  brother Eric only a week or two for Mr. and Mrs. Freeman, who  ago.    Ptc.  Eric  FreeJman  was have borne up so nobly,under  killed in  action.    Thc death of thc blow that has fallen upon  Harold came as thc result of an them.  ll"'  1/  -������������������!  j������������������?:  ���������������������������'������������������8?.:  verv latest in Fall Millinery for French capital at their nearest  Ladies and Children.  **     - ������������������  Ptc.  S.  J.  Winter,  of  Armstrong, was  reported  amongst  ithe wounded in action-in Saturday's casualty; list. V '"���������������������������-��������������������������� V. -.  Mrs. E. Burnett of PH chard,  after yisiting.   her y, brother  in  JArmstrongia.jn^  "Victoria for tlie "winter.  - sr      ,' - '     ���������������������������  , Chief P. O. Strudwick came  in on Mondav from. Esnuimalt,  and will spend a week in Armstrong looking after" his business interests. "' )i .-  , ������������������; ' -,.:  This month will sec the wind-  up of the groat sale of drv  goods wliWi has boon carried  on by A. Munro Sc Co. during  the summer months.  MV. G������������������ Whitlcv. of Okotoks, AUchtio��������������������������� of sc|,00j chJWren  Ala., returned liome tins������������������ wijpJc u ^ to ^ < ' ciaV ^cs  after spendm<? a wook with lus offerJJ uv the Fall Fair man-  brother and sisje^r. and Mrs. $$&$*CJtfW  J,. Sharpe, Knob m\\. manual training work clone hy  Mr. J. C. Adams lias re"MArmstrong pupils,  the  store   roccntjv vacated  hv|    In   Prize  f-ist   tbe  Matheson  Simington   &  Co7.  for "the Ing memorial  cup   special    should  miction sdc nf icweh^ he is to read:    "The   Ponald   Matheson  point  as  compared  with  forty  miles.as late as July 15.    The  committee  was   told   there  are  now between 90,000 and 100,000,  American- troops .with the Brit-.j  ish forces."       ;'VV      - - "'V'; V" I  j\ Organization of the first Am-'  erican field armyy,iii'' France is.  Pro^^Mi^^M^Gemr^  March-stated,    that   nearly 95  per cent of the,American troops  brigaded  with  British  and  the  French  liave  becn .withdrawn,  and are being assembled at a  point he did not designate. This  accounts for Jhe small number  of Americans  engaged in  thc  .present  forward move  of  the  Allies.  FAL^ fAHi NOTES  hold on the 18th and 19th.  x  W^rd has W��������������������������� received that  Cc-rH.   H"'"'*v   Wi'^terj.   biW^r  to F. W. Whiter   is h? hospital  in   France   f������������������v    'ho   th'?*d   fj"-������������������o-  wilh a gun shot wound in thc  face.   x  Tn our rcn^rt ^f the S. O. *���������������������������������������������.  badge awa������������������'ri<? l.^j week, th������������������  nnmc of Wilf'id Ownps. <">f  Mara, was in������������������d**'^rtc"tlv omitted as onc of thc boys thus  honored.  X  Dr. and M'-*. W. F. Fi-^eor  returned lo '^riv limine in Victoria on Wcdncsdav. M������������������-s.  Fraser h'-is b������������������������������������n visiting bov  *n:*������������������rpnts here. Mr. and Mrs. G.  Schubert, while hcr husband  practiced dentistry.  memorial    cup,    presented    m  1918 for the best plate cf apples,  each as follows:  Fall Cooking,'  Fall    Desert,   Winter   Cooking,'  Winter Pesert, Crabs; one plate  of five pears, and plate of 12  prunes and plums each; to be  judged cn points." j  T*ri>scs=w i 1 rbtrgivcJfrf or^s ma 1 *,  ! fresh   fruits   as   follows:     Rest;  pint of strawberries; 1st, $1.00;!  ��������������������������� 2nd, 50c; 3rd, 25c.   Rest pint ol  !raspberries; 1st, $1.00; 2nd,50c;|  3rd, 25c.   Rest pin I of blackberries; lst,$l.C0; 2nd,50c; 3rd,25c  For best Plymouth Rock ic-!  male in show,* $2.50.    For besl  Plvmouth Rock male, $2.50.  Entries   close    on    Saturday,  Sept. 14th.  The interest already taken by  prospective exhibitors is most  encouraging, but the Fair man-  want everyone to exhibit  Contributed  Blessed arc they lhat mourn, for they shall be comforted.  God's ways are past our comprehension often, and he who  seeks "the solace ofVhe Inner Light in times of great stress finds  unexpected paths of consolation. ' The deeper the misery, the  deeper the hidden compensation and joy that wilt be found by  the earnest seeker, who has to fathom the depths of grief. Go  on, and keep your faith at all hazards, you sufferers, for- a glorious dawning will ,I)e yours! Bear} your Gethsemiine in fortitude,  The Light is coming!  ,       ���������������������������- ,;t -? . ,. _ .  agcrs  Mr. J. tt. hidings l^ok a four-  dav trip hy an to lo visit friends  in Kelowna. Penticton, Oroviilc,  Brewster;-' Okonagan. and We-  nalrhio. .last week. He reports  hc had a fine trip. The "-coon's  looked well at every point he  visited.  x  ������������������������������������������������������  The regular-monthlv meeting  of fhe W. C. T. IT  will be held  on Fridav. Sept. 13th, at 3 p.m.  in   theVb.nll.  of    the  Methodist  Church. The Mnthov Circle will  meet at 3.30. Mrs." Kma will ad- ___  dress tho meeting, ber subjectresident��������������������������� 0f Enderby before go-  hoin.g   "Everyday   Training  of ing to Armstrong.    He  was  a  Children." young man   of   excellent quali-  ���������������������������xit      n ii c    /- i ties' and  had   many  friends'in  Mr    Galloway     of    Calgarv, ^   ^ trf t  snont a  couple davs  last we^k  something.  Killed in Action  Another Armstrong-Enderby  boy is officially reported killed  in action���������������������������Pte. J. A. McKcnzie.  Pte. McKenzie-was a resident of  Armstrong a number of years,  being employed in Murray's  butcher shop most of the time.  He came to the Okanagan from  the Old Country' with the Grade boys and for a time was a  GRIEVE NOT,  OII. MOTHER !  X t  Grieve not!    Oh.grieve not!  For this is the morn  When souls from their fetters to freedom are born!  Though :great be the loss, yet great be lhe gain,  And great be the guerdon.that  conies  from, the; pain.  . For. those \yho,4heir.  r,;In^saprifice;i.  Are hlessed in the givin gy beyond; all compare,  And enter the ..ways ofya freedom-fix)m.carei   -, - .V  Oh, gone be the terrors, and gone be ithe strife-* -7S  .  Of he-who has entered' through sacrificed life,     -'"���������������������������"���������������������������  ��������������������������� And glory is spread, in the path of the blessed  Who fought that tlie wrongs of our earth be redi;essed.  And, oft does the seeder in freedom new found  . Go straight to his Joved ones, and, hovering round,  Say  "pother"���������������������������or "J^oved Ones"���������������������������ye seek in the dark,  Raise eyes of thy spirit to happier mark!  "Lo, bere J stand!   And ye seek,but in vain c*  for the JxkIv now left on the field of tlie slain;  for here am I���������������������������happy���������������������������right here by fliv side,  And lack but thy happiness gloom to deride!  "Oh, look ye, dear mother, and weep ye no more.  And search not for slain, nor *j furthermost shore;  In freedom of spirit f roam with my thought  jn joy at the life that my sacrifice hought!  "As yc call me. J answer, and, swift to commune  With thy soul in its musings, wc, doubt will impugn,  And, soaring together, in freedom shall hie  Where cares have no power, and angels belie  The power of darkness, and Love hovers nigh!  "So, rise thee, oh rise thec, and nevermore grieve.  For thy soul, too���������������������������in sleeping���������������������������thy body shall leave.  And, joining in our love, wilt thou come back prepared  _ -For-life, in-thc-body- thy- soul-hath-cnsn a red,  Fcr thus is thy beauty of spirit declared.  "For many havc fallen, and  many thc friends  Who help us to rise lo more glorious ends,  So, you on your part, by example and faith  Re silent declarer lhat death is a wraith!  "Let the holier glow in thy face so betray  The glory of spirit that's yours, dear, today;  Let thy pride bc that I have my duty fulfilled.  And thv jov bc that death but thc body hath killed!"  A. R., Sept. 10, 1918  held in the Red Cross rooms on  Wednesday, Sept. 25th, when  elections to fill these vacancies  will take place. Some two or  three of thc more important officers will hot consider re-election. The Red Cross work in  Armstrong is your work and a  give  Joyce  high school.  the   benefit of thc  Mr. G..G. Camnbell. of Kam-  ��������������������������� loops, is Uic, proud owner of a  'Willys Overland Six, and has  ! established a tip-top auto jitney  service   in   the  Inland   mctrop-  great deaf of the success of this I oUs������������������ "l 1lhe4lCi\11 ?.f aI1 fiends,on  important    institution   depends a visit; to that city.  portant institution depends  upon whom you put in office.  Re sure and remember the date  ���������������������������September 25th���������������������������and come  prepared to take an active part  a ihe elections.  A Pleasant Surprise  Last Saturday Mr. H. O  lett    came    to   Enderby  Mara,, and   returned   that  ning with a bride, the Rev.  Grettoii officiating.    The  . Kcl-  from  cve-  J. H.  bride  was Miss J. G. Hamilton, formerly^ of Winnipeg, but morc recently she has been .residing at  the heme of her parents at  Mara., Three weeks ago Mr.  Kellett started the erection of a  brick residence7. oii th prettiest  spot on the Jkcllctt farm, ontlic  banks;:of^heXriver.^'fliesbt*iek;  rX  Provincial   Constable   Patten  and Mr. Geo. A. Rands leave on  a   two-weeks'  auto  trip   to'the :  big  game  hunting  grounds  in  the  Cariboo  today.    They will  'live in a   trailer built for two.  and cat off the tables of a Ford ,  diner.   ' ���������������������������   - -     ��������������������������� ���������������������������  se  Owing to complaints received,',  police court proceedings are to  ljc taken against motorists who,  notwithstanding the' .warnings.,  alrqady given, persist in using  their cars without proper Uail  lights and ih other ways disrcr,  garding thc l requirements of  the Provincial Motor Vehicles  Act.'"   ��������������������������� '   '   \  '        -���������������������������".���������������������������'"'"'.  I  :1  \  ��������������������������� m  - M  - e-l  :4  $1  -.8  n  I  1  -,5*1  ���������������������������'I  a  '.'fl  '-i  ENRJ2RRY WO CROSS  Tea   Room   Report  .$ 51.05  ������������������������������������������������������''siting  M������������������\.   and    Mrs.  A.  W.  Hunter,   Hp knew Mr. and Mrs.  Hunter in Ontario.    Mr. Hallo-  ���������������������������u-av is greaflv nleased with the  district.  word  th  been killed in action.  . .-J"'!''  By Contrast  Teacher���������������������������Jimmy,  While here he received lDalT? this morning.   Are y  at his  second son had      J���������������������������������������������ny���������������������������No,v   teacher  washed   my   face  you    look  ou ill?  Ma  herself   this  Receipts   for  August   . .'J  .Disbursements���������������������������     .  Prisoners   of  War   .     25.00  Water   -...-.-  . . . .00  Prisoners of War Fund���������������������������-..,  Forwarded to Mrs. Sillitoe for Enderby's   adopted   prisoners. 50.00  Donations received���������������������������  Tea   Rooms   . . . . V. .... . -.-.    25.00  Miss   Gibbs    ....... V. ...     10.00  Mrs.   Jones - (3  months) . -.*. .      G 00  JXYZ    . . S'  .       2.00  Friend    ..... ....... ...    .1.00  Sale   of   ice   rren"i   donated.  bv Mrs.  A. D.  Stroulger   . .     ?1ft  Mrs.   Winter        2.00  ARMSTRONG RED CROSS  kins.; " When the- building is  I finished Mr. and , Mrs. j, Kellett  will have .one of the finest -located, ' and Vinost" coinfortablc  homes in the district, and their  many friends will join' in wishing them a long life of happiness and service*  punch - in" tlie 7 nose^i"or ^calufPi^r.'Vrv-  tlie,defendant a bad nameV~-lL-!  cost the ;Jack" Johnson lad. $2.50"  aiid costs^and- he' said ityiwas  worth;it. " '''--.y- '���������������������������'-''��������������������������� SS-~S-  r*'  ��������������������������� -��������������������������� -^M  if  Trustee Convention Relayed  The following JeRcr explains  itself: L  Editor Commoner: I am just  in receipt of a communication  from the secretary of the R. C.  School Trustee Executive, advising that tbey have decided  not to hold" the Trustees' Convention until the latter part of  October, .as they find that several of the delegates will find  it" difficult to get away until the  fall work is done.  All conimittccs lhat were ap-> . ,  pointed at the joint meetings of jminmiaKaply  the trustee board and city council will stand  A "rcprescntaUvc , of "the, Food  Controller's department visiled  Fnderby - this week and . found-  some things ������������������ppt .strictly in .accordance with the Ta test' food  regulations.- The attention of  the local police was 'drawn -.to  the* lax ,ohservahcc, and .orcjers  were given for ayinore stjin-  gent enforcement of the 'law.:  The Walker Press staff was  this week presented: with three  vases bf cactus and variegated  dahlias of  the ijnost cxgujsjtc  coloring  and    perfect  development by Mrs..A.-McPhcrson. R*  Mrs. .McPhcrson has any favor-  litcs in.llic flower family, they  j must J5e dahlias, for these show  .   thc training of a  master hand.        - ~  delicious.  --; :il  -'  fl  The    most  .straw-  I will be glad therefore if you  berries have been oh lhc Ender  ^wiUJcindly=scerthaUUicsc^t_acts_]1y_nu,pjccL_ljlc_p.^t^^^  arc mentioned in the ncxt issue  of your paper.  Yours trulv,      A  C.  Skaling.  Will Visit Interior  Huge War Expenditures  It has cost Britain $34,930,000  a day to finance her end of thc  war. The expenses.of the war  to the United States for August  were at the rale of more than  $40,440 a minute, reaching thci0f War;  enormous   total  of  $1,805.51.3,-land"Mrs  morning.  000; a daily expenditure of $58,-  241,240.  A good business meeting and  pleasant afternoon tea was held  on Mr. D. S. MacLachlan's lawn  on Wednesday, August 28th.  ���������������������������Mrs. King, president, was in tlie  air. A request was received to  help furnish Christmas stockings for our men in hospitals  and .homes overseas. This year  it is estimated 35,000 stockings  will be needed. It was decided  that owing to the shortness j of  time givipn to prepare these .it  would bc better to send funds  to help in furnishing some of  the gifts to be enclosed. Fifty  dollars was decided as the  amount Armstrong would give.  The following resolution was  also passed after some discussion "that tlie time has come  when something more definite  must be done for thc Prisoners  that Mrs. White, Jr.,  Frccm a n, wi th power  Mr. F. C. Wade, K. C, newly  appointed as 'agent-general I'm  British Columbia in London,'Mr. Miller, of  left on Monday evening as the. preach. '  guest of the Grand Trunk Pacific on a tour of Central and  Northern British Columbia. On  thc same steamer will bc Lord  Atholstan and his parly. They  will meet Mr. G. C. Hinton. gen-  morc. They came from the  Pemberton farm. The excessive  August rains, followed by tlie  warm September days brought  on rather a heavy second crop.  Divine service will be held in  lhc Methodist Church, Enderbv,  on Sunday, Sept. 22nd. Rc^.  Armstrong,  will  Girls for Canning Factories  A genera! S.O.S. call for girls  for canning factories has been  issued by  the National  Servic  oral manager, at Prince Rupert, ���������������������������Secretary. Vancouver. The call  and aboard a special train will was received locally by Mrs.. H.  leisurely cross to Edmonton. < T. King, a.s .president of the. .Ro<".  Side trips through the Bulklcy.Gross Society, Armstrong, and  and Ncchako Valleys will be'reads:  made by motor in order to af-,|     Vancouver,   Sept.   10.���������������������������S.O.S.  ford the visitors every opportunity pf seeing thc country and  its possibilities.  'call   for  canning  Air Raiders Bothered  During their recent air raids  on Paris thc Gcrman aviators  were greatly disconcerted by  rockets which the French sent  up and which discharged before  dropping,  brightly  girls and women for  factories at Kelowna.  immediately. Take bedding.  One twenty-five per day; ca"n  earn more and board assured.  How many can you send a I  once.    Reply collect af once.  Rather  Uncertain  Hearing his watch dog  lo  add   to   lhcir  number,  bc  a  ��������������������������� bark-  parachutes with flares ing, a farmer went to the' fron'.  burning.    These para-1door.   He saw a*darky-standing  chutes dropped slowly and their timidly out at the gate  flares cast a brilliant glare upon  hostile airplanes,; making them  a  good  target for- the anti-aircraft guns.    It is a safe guess  the irec fireworks were no.t enjoyed by  the Germans.���������������������������Popular. Scince.  "Come on right in," the farmer called out. "A barking dor-  seldom bites, you know^"  "Ah knows"dat," replied th  negro, "but Ah don' know hov  soon dis dog's gwinc stop hark-  ���������������������������       5   ������������������*������������������  in . OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 12, 1918  BLAMES ENGLAND  Registration���������������������������and After  Fcols' Paradise  Savs  German    Crown    Prince  Kaiser's  War Party Are Not  Fire Eaters  GIC  A KING  DER  CONTAINS NO ALUM  MADE IN CANADA  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier. Healthier Lif������������������  By the Philosopher-Physician  GEORGE F. BUTLER, A.M., M. D.  Fortune is often against ua,  th������������������ cuffs and buffets of experience dismay us for awhile; but  above the disaster springe th*  proverbial "eternal hope In th*  human breast."  No, you can knock a man  about a������������������ much as you please; if  ther* Is anything good in him It  will surely survive. The oyster  is tossed about by the wavee,  but finally finds footing in some  friendly soil, and become* a luxury.  _ Courage I* the attribute, th*  prerogative, of noble nature*.  Anyon* can bow before the  storm. If you will you can turn  defeat Into victory, and overcome and conquer the adverse  circumstances which threaten  your  destruction.  There le more sunshine than  cloud, there Is more to awaken  joy than sorrow. Cloud and  shadow are necessary���������������������������nature  would be Incomplete without  them���������������������������������������������o let us exercise a little  more philosophy, acquire the  cheerful, hopeful habit, and remember we can surmount all  difficulties and be happy. It Is  up to us.  (Copyright. 1310. by W. a.  Chapman.)  fl      Can   Food Heard  Licunis No. S-C337    \)  1 FREESTONE PEACHEoS |  X Now iu stock. I)  i    ECONOMY J \RS    jj  ||- Pints, quarts, and half gals.  Jr  j'WH'UE STAR  YEAST j  I   Fer pk! -. .   Sc jj  J IAKGE CANS IAINGS \  ROAST PlEf  Special    ���������������������������   75c  (J  f.   . 'HONEY IN TINS    jj  U ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2.V.     5s,     10s. ~  Just      right      for      sending  Jj  Tho German idea oi* victory,  as defined by the German  Crown Prince, in an interview  published in a recent issue oi  'the Budapest Azest. is' an intent ion "lo hold our own and  not be vanquished." The crown  prince is quoted as saying this  was clear to him the moment  Britain  entered  thc war.  Regai'ding   the  Americans  in  France,  the crown prince said:  "I've found lhat the majority do  not know what  they are fighting for, but we 'feci, of course,  lhc effect of the entry of Americans. They have sent over much  material, ancl are now sending  much    human   'material.      We  speak  openly  of  victory.     The  word victory must not be under-,  stood to mean wc want to annihilate the enemy, but only that  we mean lo hold our own and  not let ourselves bc vanquished.  Thc   moment   England   entered  the war  lhat was clear to  mc,  and I always emphasized it."     K'  Reverting  lo  the question  of  what nalion wanted lhc war, hc  declared that "it was clear England   would   take  advantage  of  the opportunity.   Belgium after  all was only a pretext, England  intervened"'    because     German  competition was unbearable. We  are fighting i'or our existence.   I'  repeal our  aim,   therefore,  can.  only bc lo safeguard ourselves.;  The   enemy   assaults   doubtless  will be continued for some lime  but   thev   must   themselves   see  they will not bc able  lo attain  their aims. Our troops arc lighting splendidly,  and  I  attribute  Figures are being made pub-! Hy \Vaj.t Mason*  lie by Ottawa dealing wilh lhe|. Thc German people live in  man and woman power regis- hope because'..they're fed on  tralion of June 22 last. The corV faked up dope.-The .public prints  VusVn drawn from them is lhat J don'l dare to tell if battles are  the government could, if occas- not going well. A German'  sion rose, supply all the" farm j army meets defeat, and pulls a  labor necessary for Canada's hxiuieky retreat. About a mil-  needs. Further, it is said, it lion Huns are slain, and stacked  c-uld mobilize labor for anv j to mildew in the rain. "Odsfish," j  Sxnd. of production.    This is all;we cry, "the startled Tents will  very interesting, for it indicates |.shrivel now, you bet your i  what could be done as a result j boots'! When they have, read oi" (  this "defeat, and see their armies  can be beat, they'll shed all kinds j  of scalding brine, and doubtless j  will.'take in   their sign."  Alas! I   CT       thq   registration    was!they do not hear the news, andj  taken for the purpose"'of ration- * so escape a siege of blues. The J  ing the people, a*.method of food war lords call the printers in,'  conservation which it appeared and sav. "Announce; that we still...  possible some months ago might win! Of course we dropped our j  become necessary. Later devcl-jguns and ran, but that was Lu-  of registration, but what is more  vital still is wlrat is the govern  ment going to do? asks the Vic  toria Colonist. Originally it was  thought    thq   registration  opments, due to greater produc  tion of foodstuffs and ships, has  made rationing on this continent verv unlikely at the present  time, lt appears, too, lhat il is  possible to get all the farm laborers needed.    Thc demand in  denhinden's plan���������������������������a rn aster  stroke of strategy, as all of you  will la ten see. Go, print a lot  of cheerful hunk, and if you  hint the luck is punk, we'll back  you up against a shed and drill  vou with a  ton of lead."    Thc  **���������������������������  CHARM UNIVERSAL  HEATERS  For UIVL' foot wood  o'i,;,  27K  .$16.00  ijUS.OO  $21.00  These stoves have a heavy  polslied steel body, cast top  and bottom, heavy lining,  .nickle swing .top,' end door  side foot" rails and air tight  dampers.  <S  Stove pipe, stove pipe elbows, stove board?, stove  pipe  wire, stove pipe  T's. roof sheets, etc*.    We rue well stocked in   all   these  lines   and   will  be  pleased to give yon prices.    McClary steel ranges always on hand  that direction is not as great j printers then got out their sheets  owing to a smaller crop. Thc land make big triumphs of de-  question that now arises is for.feats. The people read, and say,  what purpose the governmentj"G Whiz, how wonderful, our  will use thc registration. Over,armv is!"Our Kaiser undefeated  two months have elapsed since!dwells, and Hindcndorf is wear-  the inventory was laken, and it ing hells!"   Some day the Touts  Maelachlan Hardware Go.  ARMSTRONG, B.C. PHONE   47  is about lime lhe public were in  formed oi" any proposed re dis  Iribution of labor lhal is in view  Helping Dumb Animals  overseas.  J   KITCHEN    PRANP  j        MOUSSES       j)  c   Pdr ti i  .. 53.:    A  I  0 P.- r:;iH & Wliitehause l  Phone 43    Armstrong        [J  v  %  \  <���������������������������  %  %  <;���������������������������  ���������������������������i'  i'  ���������������������������.<.->���������������������������:������������������:������������������������������������������������������:������������������������������������������������������> ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������:":":-*>*>*M*-M"M~:������������������������������������M  i  MAT. HASSEN :  i  *r~rv**rs*.j. '  I  Auctioneer and Livestock ;  Salesman        ,      ;  ARMSTRONG       B.C. :  I h-ive    .'-    wide   :icr|iiaiiit:iiice ]  anion '..L    bi:vers.       Consult     me '  wlicit \<>t' want   to    hold   a   sale. <  Also tii-ii'! ine   particulars  of any \  sin |ilu:������������������ slock yon wi*h to   dispose  of.  to   their  courage   thc  fact   lhat  such colossal superiority in men,  docs not crush us." j  Discussing  the  fighting qua]-'  itics of the foes of Grinany, hc  said: "The French fight brilliantly  and  arc  bleeding  to   death-  They do not hesitate al any sacrifice.   With thc English the individual man  is good and  tcn-  acioiis, but thc leadership is deficient.    Among thc Americans  I've found the majority do not  know what they arc lighting for.  I   asked  an  American "prisoner  what they were lighting for and  he answered. 'For Alsace," and  to thc question. "Where is Alsace,' hc replied  that is was a  big lake."  The crown prince denied he  was a '"fire-eater," and continued:  "If Germany had wanted war  wc would not have chosen this  moment. No moment could have  been more unfavorable for Germany."  In replv to the question as lo  how he thought thc end of thc  war would come he said:  "Through lhc enemy perceiving  the colossal slake he is not equal  to winning, and that hc can nol  win as much as he is bound to  lose."  In discussing thc present operations on the western front  thc crown prince said: "Thc enemy attacks and thc withdrawal  of our front at several piaccs is  often wrongly interpreted in  some circles. Some of our people are accustomed lo a continuous advance and when a battle  occurs wherein thc enemv at-  -lack-s-and-w-cJia-\:c4o-defciKUour-.*  selves, the situation is not always correctly underslood. In  iudging lhe situation both military and political we must nol  forget one lhin������������������*. that we are  waning a war of defense. The  war is onc of annihilation for  the enemy, not for us. We want  lo annihilate none of our enemies. We mean, however, to hold  our own."  How often do wc sec men  abusing horses and 'mules, giving vent to their own inhuman  natures, by lashing lhe poor animals who are Irving so hard lo  understand what is expected of  them.  Did you. ever slop to think  thai we can do a great deal to  prevent such treatment by  speaking nicely to these rough  men?���������������������������for some of them can  be reasoned with and made lo  sec that they, crank! do. more  with lhcir-animals by kindness.  And those who will persist in  their cruelly should bc reported  to the humane society, which  will t'-v to make them do whal  is right.  are bound to wake, and sec how  they've been fed on fake; how  they've becn made a kaiser's  iokc���������������������������and then, perhaps, there'll  be some smoke.  A congregational reunion  1 social evening will bc held in  the Presbyterian church Friday,  Sept. 13th. commencing at 8 p.  mi. A hearly invitation is extended to all the members and  adherents of thc church. A  short program will be  after which refreshments  be served:  given.  will  Newsprint paper made from  sawdust is now a fact, and The  London Times is using it..  Are you going to do any  Building or Repairing  This Season?  ' - 0  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  ,,���������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������..,!B     10.00   per  thousand  No   2  ifinicns'ion,' 2x4  nnd* '2x6      15.00   per   thousand  Green  Blocks    ���������������������������    *-00 Pcr load  Planing Mill Wood        ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������    2.25  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. &**?  Cleaning Camera Lenses  Keep lhe lens absolutely clean  and you will have very little to  complain about poor pictures.  A little dust on thc lens will interfere with the exposure by  dimming lhc light, in much thc  way that a curtain will darken  the illumination of a room. The  glass from which lenses arc  made is,vcry hard, but particles  of dust are invariably gritty and  minute scratches are likely to  .ui into the'polished glass after  much dusting with an ordinary  handkerchief. For cleaning the  lens a fine square of silk is the  best material to use. This will  clean and polish . without  scratching.  Spud Speculators Warned  Dealers and others who may  be. am bilious in regard to this  year's crop of potatoes have  heen warned bv thc Canadian  Food Board against speculation.  "In negotiations for thc purchase of apples, potatoes and  olher roots, dud consideration  should-be-given-lo-theypossibility  w owiiio acuun Doing taken by  this hoard." declares their  cent slalemenl.  Mtv  re-  Nolhing: A negative which is  the reality behind everv ghostly  allirmative. 2. Something that  has density without weight, like  a barber's breath.���������������������������Elbert Hubbard.  Moonlight  Effects  nhotrifr:M)hs taken in daylight may bc made to very closely imitate the effect of mellow  moonlight by taking the photograph directly against the sun  and over-expose thc print by  printing fairly dark and carry  development farther lhan for  davlighl effects.  "It lakes two lo make a quarrel." How about husband and  wife, who are one?  LET THE COMMONER HELP YOU MAKE  BUSINESS FPU YOURSELF, ANP BOLP TWE  BUSINESS OF THE PJSTWCT JN THE PJS-  TRICT. THE COMMON^ js WW TO WW  VOU. BY CO-OPERATING WE CAN WW  IN THE PISTRICT TflOySANpS OF POL-  LARS EACfl MONTH, ANP AT THE SAME  TIME GIVE TO THE PUBLIC THE COM-  PLETEST SATISFACTION AS TO PRICE,  QUALITV ANP SERVICE-  THE BUSINESS |S WW-      IT IS UP TO  YOU,  MR.  BUSINESSMAN,   TO    GET  YOUR  SHARE.   IF VOU AW NOT,   IT JS UP TP VOU I   HELP US TO MAKE THE COMMONER  AN AIP TO VOU IN BUSINESS.  HELP US TO PUT THE COMMONER INTO  EVERV HOME FROM LARKIN NORTH TO  SICAMOUS.  HELP US TO MARE THE COMMONER A  BUSINESS GETTER FOR EVERV BUSINESS  ENTERPRISE IN THE PISTRICT.  HELP US TO MAKE IT THE MEPIUM TO  WHICH ALL MAV LOOK TO FOR THE BEST  STAPLE GOOPS AT THE LOWEST LIVE-  ANP-LET-LIVE PRICES.  HELP US TO MAKE EVERV "AP" SPEAK  FOR QUALITY ANP .RELIABILITY.  Phones���������������������������29 Enderby; 35 Armstrong.  A call will bring our ad man to see yon, 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.  OKanagan Commoner  Armstrong or Enderby. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1918  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  r'JT  The Home Town and Wage Earner  # #> # # #> *������������������������������������ *������������������������������������ # ^'^ *S������������������4* 4* -4* 4* 4s 4* 4< 4"  '<&   <&.������������������?*  great  *#  What  would we do but for      The   writer   knows   a  the wage earner?    What would many laboring men who arc in  become of all our boasted social aU ������������������������������������������������������l {l}f .most lo3rai.t m.cn  ., .     .       . ,    . ,.      possible to their comnuinitv in-  .and economic structures but for Jeresls    And tMs ig ag -t sl{ouW  the invariably happy and light- ke  hearted soul who kisses the good Some say: "I don't owe ariv-  wiie andI kiddies goodbye at a Uling to the businessmen of this  comparatively    early    morning  (property, by sj'steniatically set-'  {ting  out   to  injure  or  lull  his  j town by spending his wages to  , help build up some far-off com-  munitj-. i  '     The   wise   man   warms   and  keeps alive his home community by coverirfg it with thc blan-'  ket of local loyalty. Who wants!  ���������������������������to  slcen in a hou'se* without a  rooi ?  x x  x        Facts About Canada  x x  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  -shop, the town works depart- /������������������������������������������������������."������������������ ;u/ *e cheapest  ment, factory, farm or mill. It .4 That Js all very well as far as  matters not���������������������������he is the laboring }\ S?es, but as many can testify,  man, the specialist in some line l4 is left-handed logic in jts  or other of wholesome manual worst form. ��������������������������� Surely it is-hardly  effort, who keeps the hum of in--, necessary ��������������������������� to repeat what is alr  dustry humming. And. thouah ready so well known���������������������������Uiat the  few stop to think of it, that man retailer is the hie and soul of  is in the majority. He is the practically every town omthe  man  whomakes  up the great'.cpnUncnt-worthy of the name  V Canada has one telephone for  every 15 of population.  Value of Canadian  livestock,  end of 1915, $750,667,561.  Censorship Secrecy  infuse   enthusiasm   among   thc  I people at home.   The main pur-  War correspondents are  fre- Posc seems to be to take the hu-  cjuently  tellinc stories  of indi- man note out oi eveiy story of  els per' acre on 1,000-acrc farm  * of C. S. Noble, of Nobleford.  There   are   79   specified   religions for a  population of 7,- ^ ^      173,513, in Canada. | viduardeeds of -'bravery but are  the battlefield.���������������������������Victoria Colon-  Proportion of denominations not   permitted   to   mention   the,istV i  to    total    population:    Roman names of tlie men who are re-1  j Catholic, 39.31  per cent;  Pres- sponsible.    Censorship   of   this  VnlnP Af r^nnHi-m w������������������nl fnn   byferian, c    15.48;       Methodist,j characterVs childish.    Thc'om-  Vdlu^VV5?n^cIian vessel ton" 14.98; Anglicans, 14.47; Baptist,'mission of names destroys half  5.31;    Lutheran,:   3.19;    Greek .the news  interest in such  dis-  Churcli, 1.23; Jews, 1.03. J patches.    There is no  nage,  $30,000,000  British investments in Canada  nearly 3 billions, United States  nearly Jl billion.  Canadian   field   crops,   1916,    ���������������������������  -_  occasion  Canada has 1,111,250 church for such secrecy. It does harm  members in nearly 15,000 instead of good, for not once nor  churches:'Anglican* 2,500; Bap- twice, but hundreds of time wc  tist, 1,307; Christian, 74; Con- have heard members of tlie  gregational, 199; Friends, 22; public say such stories are made  Lutheran, 500; Methodist, 5,600; up on the spur of tlie moment;  "^ ' ' '"       " and passed by censors because  they are harmless inasmuch as  no  names  are  mentioned   and  adian   communities.     Without wn>r ^1C *? bound to patronize as France and 3,000 miles long. j clergy 1,268 religious, 2,795 sec  his support and influence  the homc business houses or sufter  community cannot get very far. I consequences in several ways.  On the othcr hand, he is dc-| The best wages are paid in  pendent directly upon thc sue-: the live towns���������������������������the worker who  cess and prosperity of the com- !>knows anything knows that. Hc  immity for his regular employ- knows, too, that if hc has pur-  ment and his weekly or monthr chased a little nest for his better  ly pay check. Should tlie com- half "and little brood of children  n*vimity slump, hc is thc onc jand is payng for it.monthlv, he  ho usually feels thc slump thc is foolish to cheat himself out  Canada has developed only 1.- ular, 13 seminaries, with 1,662  712,193 of its 17,746,000 avail-' students, 72 universities and col-  able watcr powers in populated leges, 327 charitable institu-  regions. tions.  Exports    of    Canadian    pro-      ������������������,,.,     ~\     "    ... .  ducts,  manufactured  and  agri- ,     U?        i     ^TS8 ti"*   "������������������  cultural,  1915-16,  $741,000,000, -flight   and   sold;      Uiey   arc  compared with $409,000,000 in  1914-15.  ^Canada won world record in  stolen and kept.  lost.  of a job and the value of his 1916 for'wheat yield���������������������������52 bush- friends.  SttiKSS always find liveprosperous re-1D���������������������������������������������drt^vmgs aver^^lOO  opinion  is  one  that must  and tail businesses  Take these busi-jPer head, or total ol $800,000,-  should bc respected.   Thc man ncsses; away and you turn a live OOO. ...... .       Presbyterian,   4,422;   other   or  who toils with his hands at a town into a dead one, just as the I . Canada s   industrial   produc- gumzations  (estimated), 250.  hundred -md^ Catholic   church   in     of labor comprises most of the night.    Your wideawake work-|    Canada's  farm  lands   would,Canada has  2,428 churches,  8 the tales can be disputed by no'  citizenship of most all our Can- higman realizes this, and that is fill a strip of country as wide archdeacons, 27 bishops, 4,053 one. j  What would thc public think!  of the value of a local story pub-'  lished in this newspaper in i  which thc names of the principals were omitted, for instance,  as follows: "A gallant,, rescue j  was effected this morning, by a\  member of the community when j    f* cortam la'dv from  the ma'"-'  "A fool and liis money are land who was bathing in  the  soon narted," when tlie fool has Gorge was caught in the rapids  and in imminent danger of be-J  ing drowned. The gentleman'  concerned sprang from thc  bridge fully clothed and after  five minutes succeeded in gripping the Mainland lady who had  now become unconscious. It  took him ten minutes to bring  her ashore as no assistance was  available," &c. ������������������ I  Time, place and personalities  concerned are indispensable if  human intesest is to be aroused.  We read of the incidents re-j  corded by war correspondents  without the slightest sense of  any mental participation in them  because they have been made  in? personal by the censorship restrictions. If a western chaplain  <*oes over the top and works for  hours helping ;the wounded,  thereby oroving an inspiration  to his brigade,we,want to know���������������������������  AUCTION  ]FOOD  ABOAPD  1   fay/: ^  Cut sweets  and trim  subs  Ax  \  il  I  'hi  71  tBARY: GAttAGB  jv  FORD DEALER  Opposite lawyer's Cahqy vVtore  .S������������������W|i.I*f ISfNnd  the Chaplain's name at the IBi- 'Repairs to all makes ofcar*.    l������������������.iotie 22s  S?������������������n tu   bravery * ^c?^������������������ A������������������������������������fstrong; ������������������c  not m three or six months' time    ���������������������������'.':.'        ^ -4 : ; '    ���������������������������  when he may be a recipient of  some war decoration and wften  interest in his achievement may  be eclipsed by the crowding episodes of a war sucji as this, fjiir  censoi^lup appears utterly dc-  void, of the Knowledge of |iow to  ^iJJiStilSil-f-i'l'il^  -iea.  A rU   foVr oilr WpN.  POB S AI>V7SKR,which will be sent free*  j   * -  7 !  .:'*" si  il  Sf>  ���������������������������<���������������������������-������������������*.������������������.f.  4- t'Mlim N pM4 W������������������ wWrf iltocH pf W*fc frtfy 4PWPI-RV w flit  or MWfTi wpwtipy of  ao^p anp go^p nwvv wwhtiy* or a^ ppscpjptiuxh anputppr  GQQW TOO XP^PBQPS TO MENTION  iapies arm mcom  Your Price Will be the Auctioneer's Price  Remember the Pate and Come Early  J. 0. ADAMS, JEWELEIU^  \STANLJEY THORNE, AUCTIONEER  ,  -p*(-    :'  All lcin������������������l* of AeratH wateri. cigar* ancj nan alcoholic wines.  Agent for the famous C*lg*rv non alcoholic heer an4 *\o\)f.  ^Tl^sorn-of-oqr4ot-we^ther sp2ci9l������������������r3elfast GingerAlerMwc^  Juice anc| Socfa, Kola Champagne ancj Poot 3eer  Special price on h������������������rrel| lot������������������  Send for Price List  Mail and phone orders pftone 49  given prompt attention. Vernon, frC  C. CREEP  Real Estate and Insurance Agent.  Auctioneer and Live Stock Saleman  'ARMSTRONG,'-!}. O.  R9V"  mmma-fs' 4c  m  THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1918.  ������������������fcanacmu Commoner  In   which   is  merged   the   Ar  Enderbv P  nslrong -Advertiser   and  REGISTRATION OF OKANAGAN INDIANS  Published   everv   Thursday  al  Armstrong,  B.C.,  al  a year, by  Wai.kek  &  Cauv.  II. JNI. Wai.kkh, Editor & Manager.  Advertising rates: Transient, 40c. an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1  an inch per monlh. 0  The Commoner is in receipt of a lengthy review by J. H. Christie of what may bc taken as  | the Indians' version of thc Registration Act and  'the manner of its enforcement in relation to (he  Indians on the Okanagan Indian reserves. Tiie  writer. .1. 11. Christie, has been the promoter, if  not llie prompter, of a great deal of publicity���������������������������  THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1918.  WHY BE SATISFIED?  thc proper word to-day, we believe, is propaganda���������������������������in connection with the Indians on these  reserves. Hc has probably stirred up morc  trouble I'or thc Indian Department, and brought  on more investigations of Indian all'airs than any  other single person in thc Province. We arc not  in any position lo criticise Christie's efforts; nor  One cannot travel the roads between Enderby j would wc question his good intentions, He has  and Mnv\ will ml noticing the remarkable im-!Tom. lime to time made some ugly accusations  dim ������������������ux. a   NwuiuuL &��������������������������� .,,.���������������������������]���������������������������'m connection wilh the handling of agency affairs  nrovoment in manv wavs wiiitii nas ijcen jiwkic  . ���������������������������  /-m i,        ,���������������������������     i     -������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������  i ,  in i^iee^vears.   But wilh this recognition all hasl.��������������������������� lhc Okanagan.    How tar he is right or wrong,  ot been sakl. The improvement is only mediocre  cannot  he   discovered   by    he  usual   superficial  to that whidi lhe dislrict is capable of.    It is an observations.   Rut he must be some right it he is  while recognized, should not'f0"^ wrong.   Ii he is all right, then there should  eninq  Autumn Creations  improvemen t .which,  satisfy.    Grealer  things  thing" vet  done.    There  arc  arc  possible' than  any-  thousahds  of acres  change  in the administrative policy of thc  agencies.    If he is all wrong, then he  of the "finest land in the dislrict vet in swamp and snoiua ������������������r. suppressed     No doubt Christie repre-  *     " senls lhe views ol a large number oi the reserve  bush. Where there are hundreds of acres in cul-  tivalion or partial cultivation, there arc thousands  of acres which lie idle and arc producing nothing.  .'. V/hal ii district this will bc. when these acres  are Cleared and brought under cultivation! Whal  this dislrict will produce when Uk'HC acres are  tilled and cropped to their "capacity 1    How much  -'better it would be for the farmei-s now on the  land as well as for the. district ll' thy.se"unused  lands were cul up and sold, even at a low figure,  ������������������**o men who could and would clear and get them  into crop. r       0  It seems to us lhal now is lhc opportune lime  .for some concerted action to bc inaugurated looking'lo closer seillemenl and I'ujlcr development  of this favored section of the district.  wSoon, in fact even now, men arc looking to lhe  Okanagan from lhe Northwest seeking homes.  They are the type of men required on these lands.  Could nol sonic agency hc established which  would act between lhe laud owner and thc home  seeker, bringing Ihem together? The result would  certain lv be beneficial to each and all.  be a  Okanagan  should be.  Ill  Indians. And if there is any great percentage  of thc Indians on the reserves holding the views  hc claims lhcy hold, it is not much wonder that  so little progress is made by the Indians, or thai  tlie .reserves continue from year to year to bc the  home pf discontent.  MUST CONTINUE PRESSURE  Nature docs nol hurry. Shc Inks all the lime,  she wauls, because she has all ihe time there is.  Shc can be a.s deliberate as she chooses. Wc musl  make basic, because our lillle, lives arc so soon  clipped off. The darkness soon rounds off our  day. Our work must bc pul through with speed  and under pressure or wc shall not finish.���������������������������Philadelphia Public Ledger.  THANKSGIVING DAY  Thc Americans havc done a wonderful work  in hurrving men lo the front. Bul they have nol  done half what is yet lo bc required of  Ihem judging from the late utterances of Lord  Milncr, Brilish minister of war.  "You fell mc that in certain circles in lhc United  Stales the ..view is current lhat our recent successes on lhc west front have made thc necessity  less urgent of hurrying over American troops lo  France and that America's splendid Avar effort  can now proceed al a /more leisurely pace.  VT quite understand how this view may bc held,  bul I profoundly disagree wilh il.   Il seems lo me  thai,  on  thc contrary,  lhc moral  of our recent  successes is'jusl the opposite.    The remarkable:  achievement oI"llie Allies since July 18 is of first;  importance,  for it shows wc can win  the war. j  But. more assuredly wc can nol win thc war if wc;  gel the idea lhal wc can slacken our war effort.  This applies to every Allied nalion. It is the duty  of the European Allies to abate nothing o'f their  energy, and. indeed, to strive as if America were  not behind them.   America's strength, great as ii  is, can only bc relied upon to bring about a decision if it is added to thc forces of the European  Allies and not substituted for them.   From a military viewpoint, thc successes arc of no value unless Ihey arc followed up. and to reap the fruits  of them the enemy musl bc given no rest.   Weakening of his civilian as well as his military morale  depends on unceasing pressure.  Again, avc cannot permit Germany to recruit  E EXTEND  a  most cordial invitation  to everyone in the Valley to visit our  store during our DEMONSTRATION  of  the   best    and   newest  in  FALL  STYLE  CREATIONS.  FOUR DAYS' SPECIAL DISPLAY, commencing Friday, September 13th, also on Saturday, September 14th, Monday, September 16th  and Tuesday, September 17th.    r  Special Opening Tea and Afternoon Music  fnom 2.30 to 5.330.  An Extraordinarily fine showing of most  recent fashions in  Millinery Suits, Dresses and  Coats; also fine under apparel for LADIES.  DRESS FABRICS, WOOL and SILK;  Household Draperies, Curtains, Etc.  Glassware,   China,    Carpets?  Rugs,   Linoleum and Hardware;  New Footwear,  Gloves,  Handkerchiefs,  Men's Wear and hundreds of thc cleverest  in    THIS   SEASON'S    NOVELTIES,    including  special display Japanese baskclwarc.  Cordial invitation to everyone.  Thanksgiving Day has been fixed this year by  the government for Monday, October 14th. "In  selecting Monday," Ottawa informs us. "the government has conformed to thc recent practice.  Formerly Thanksgiving Day usually fell on a  Thursday, late in October or'early in November,  But thc Commercial Travelers' Association and hcr strength by exploiting hcr occupied territories  other bodies agitated for a Monday holiday earlier iii the East and the only way of nrcven ting 'such  to increa.se the opportunity for family reunion recruitment is to allow her no leisure. Lastly, it  during thc Thanksgiving season." is  of vital importance to Allied belligerents to  ^When, may wc humbly inquire, _ .will bring thc war to an end at thc earliest possible  Canada adopt the larger policy of America, and(date, with a view of-.conserving a reasonable bal-  make Thanksgiving Day a standard, set day in ! ancc of resources for ithe workof reconstruction,  the year, instead of fooling with it, changing it to Surely every military.man must agree that to win  suit thc wish of some society or individual? |an early victory is better than a languid and pro-  Thanksgiving Day should be a national affair traded campaign. Costs in both men and money  the same as Christmas Day, or any other National will be increased and hot lessened by delay."  holiday, not subject to thc whim of government  ministers and other bucolic considerations.  ,   Wc had hoped to sec tlie Dominion join with  our cousins of the south and make the last Thursday in November thc great American holiday.   It.  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  Mail  Order  Department H.  Canadian  VERNON,  B .C.  Food Control Liccns  BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR ST  c No. 8-21018.  ORE  pa  "JN N������������������W POSITIONS'  The statement in the German communication  we are everywhere in our new positions" is in  flations are big enough in. spirit to fight under j try to mafce a stand op the present line. It is re-  one military head, we should be big enough to ported from Paris tbat the German artillery is  'rive thanks to God on one grand Thanksgiving thundering along the whole battlcfronf as it has  Pay, instead of making our Thanksgiving Pay to j not done for several wccKs and the general indica-  meet the desires of this or that society or com-j tions are that the German counter-attacks nncj  inanity. | other activity confirm ^udendorf's supposed in-  Just so long as tliis day is made thc plaything; tention.   No belief, however, is expressed in T-on-  of society just so long will it be of little *or no don but that thc Allies are still holding the in-  ment as a national institution.  Tho. drydock to bc built at St. John, N. R., for  which lhe contract has been let, is to bc one of  JhcJargest _i i wUi.e^vocld ..-lit  will ..he-f,1 r>0 . fort  itiative and will compel the enemy to continue  his retreat. It is pointed out that although the  Germans arc still holding Afcssines Ridge, forming thc northern bulwark of their line, thc French  seem^toj3c.stea<fi.L>^ma.noeu-\:cring-them-from=bc-  Jong and 125 feet wide at the bottom.    It villi fore the Laon-La-Fcrc positions and the St. Go  carry thc largest vessel now afloat or planned  EDUCATING CHICKENS  Wc have some highly educational stuff from  the various government departments from  time  lo lime, sent lo lhc press for free publicity.    Thc  latest is from lhe department of agriculture. Onc  item (\specially worth}' of note conveys thc aston  ishing information lhal "chickens can bc  laii'dil In feed by lamplight.   This is a  venience."  convenience I'or lhe chickens,  the   present   price,   it   seems  education   lo  give a. chicken.  consume enough in an ordin-  le average poullrv owner,  bain Forest which form the. southern buttress of  thc Hindenburg line ancl there arc no indications  of any cessation of this prcssurc.   *  *i  WHAT TS A COUNTRY?  great con  a  Yes. il  may b(  but   wiih   feed   a I.  sea reel v  a   desired  Most chickens can  ary day's wnr'  and   wilh   the  course, put in  which   makes  house appear  men will no doubt bc obliged  for lhe valuable informalcion.  il   might  be   pointed   ouL,  hovrcver  means of conservation might readily  by   lhe  government  which   seems   lo  lost sight of, and lhat is lhe conserva  energy   nnd   brain   powcr   necessary  such inl'orn  lamplight.  o:  toil  : lo suit  clock   forward  an   hour   Ihey,  an extra sixty minules.of daily-  artificial   lighting  in   the  lo heam necessary.    Still, po'u  lo the government  , lhat. one  be adopted  have been  lion of the  o produce  alion a.s leaching chickens to eal by  Speaking to the Italian nalion Mazzini said: "A  counlry is hot  a  mere  lerrilory;   the particular  ierritorv  is  onlv   ils   foundation.     The   Country  readily|'s 'he idea which rises uonn its foundation; il is  the  sentiment  of   love,   lhc  sense  of   fellowship  which hinds together all lhc sons of that territory.  So long as a single onc of your brothers is not re-  ! presented bv his own vole in the development of  I Ihe national life���������������������������so long as a single one vegetates  j uneducated  among  the "'educated���������������������������so  long as  a  j single one. aide and willing lo work languishes in  ���������������������������poverty for want of "-work���������������������������you have not got a  I Country such as it ought, to be. the Country of all  chicken '{infl for all.    Votes, education and work are lhe  [ry_| lhree main pillars of fhe nation: do not,rest until  'your hands have'solidly erected Ihem there. And  whe.n-llicvhavehe.cn erected���������������������������when    V.    .   you-  advance  in   beautiful, and  holv  concord   toward  Ihe. development of "your facilities and Ihe fulfilment of the Italian mission remember that that  mission is the moral unity of Europe; remember  (he immense duties it imposes upon you  Your duties lo vour counlry ave proportioned to  Ihe. loftiness of this mission.    Yr>u have lo  >m eonvicect,    writes one aulnorilv on busi-  A.  "I  ncss, "tha  out advertising m some lo  who are. too busy to give  due. attention���������������������������or who are  them iV such a wav so as to  no concern can properly succeed wilh-  ���������������������������m.    Business  people  tneir adverli  incapable of  bring lhe bes  will  liabJ  gam  e  much if thev hand them  over  semen I.s  wriling  I resulls  lo a  re-  il pure from  lic-ff! ;mr| bv  whicb  thev e  egolisnr, uncontaminaled bv fa!  Hie arts of  dl. diplomac  ceep  lhal political Jesuit]  5J  ->e-  m  !>������������������������������������������������������  advertising  igcnt.  P.anids Press.  we have, i  cexsilv ha.v  plasters, ;  ���������������������������m   lhan  ���������������������������ecv, an  been  c  n-'l  lhere s  lhere   used  lo obs  down  m  !,  :%rve. e  ii) size  > be ���������������������������  ���������������������������e  t  JRy the United States Military Service Convention Regulations,  approved by the Govcrnor-in-Council on 20th August, 1918, Wale  Citizen* of the United States in Canada, within the age������������������ for the  time being specified by %bt f*VW9, of the United fft&tei prescribing  compulsory military service, except those who have diplomatic exemption,, are made wtyect and Jiaple to Military 8ervic������������������ in Oanftdft*  and become entitle^ to exemption or q>ch&rp* thtrefromt under tno  Canadian ������������������&ws and Jtegnlation*. The regulations governing this  liability are published in the Canada Gazette (J3xtra) of 2}st Aug.,  J9JJ8; copy whereof may be obtained upon application through the  post to" the pi rector of the Military Service Pranch of the Pepart;  ment of Justice at Ottawa. '  JTnit������������������4 fltate* Pitfren* of the description aforesaid who: wort in  Panada on 30tb juj7f xnB, have rtxty dayi from that fax* within  which to exercise aw option to enliit or enroll Jn the forcw of flw  United State* or to return to the ^nite* fftfrtei; and those who for  any reason mhwqntntly become WahJe to Military Service in 0ana4>  tyve thirty dayi from the <|*te of the accruing of iwcfr liability  within which to exercise the like option.    Tt is. stipulated by the  Convention also that certificates of diplomatic exemption may be.  BTotited within the optional periods aforesaid,   livery citiwn of the  United State* to whom the regulations apply l������������������ reqnirecj to report  to the Jfcejrfstrar under the Military Service Act, 1917, for the prov-  "incc"or_district-withih-whiieh^h"e^  prescribed, within ten days after the expiry of "his optional period,  and will be subject to penalties if without reasonable excuse he fail  fo to report. JPor the information of those whom it may concern,  Sections 3 and 4 defining the requirements of registration, witb  which it will be necessary strictly to comply, are set out substantially as follows:  ftEQUIJlEJMJSNTS  3. Every male citizen of the United Suites within the ages for the time  being st^cil'let! in the laws of the United States prescribing compulsory  military serv.ee, not including those who have diplomatic exemption, within  ton days after thc expiry of thc t.inc limited by the Convention within, which  Die Ciovernincni of tlie United Slates may issue him a certificate of diplomatic exemption, shall truly report to the Registrar by registered post, and  in writing which is plainly legible, his naifie in full, his occupation and tho  date of Jus birth; slating also wiietner he is single, married or a widower;  and if the latter, whetner lie lists a child living, also if married, thc date of  his marriagx; and slating, moreover his place uf residence and usual post-  ott.ee aciurcsa in Canada; and, if hc reside within a city or place where the  streets and dwellings are named and .numbered,, tho name and number of h.s  tavci and usveiliiig; or if iiu reside in another place, the lot .and concession  number,  section, township, range, and  meridian, or other definite description  -whereby his place'of resilience may be located, having regard to the custom  of tlie locality in wli.ch lie l.ves; and if without reasonable excuse he  neglect or tail to report in the manner and with the particulars aforesaid,  wiuiin 'the time linuua as alorcsa'ul, he shall be guiity of an offence, and  snail be liable upuii summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding Kive  Hundred uoilars, and to imprisonment for any term not exceeding six  ntonins, and moreover, lie shall'incur a penalty of $10.00 for each day after  the time when or within which lie shoald have registered during which ha  biiull   continue  to   be   unregistered.  4. Every United States citizen who has diplomatic exemption, although  not otherwise subject to these regulations,* shall within ten nays after tho  grant.ng of tne same truly report to the< registrar, in like manner and with  tne same particulars as required by tne last preceding section; and in addition he snail embody in his report a true and complete statement of the  particulars of his certificate of diplomatic exemption. Ncglect.or fail'ura  without reasonable excuse to comply wilh the requirements of th.s section  6ha.ll* constitute an clTonco punishable in tho manner and by the penalties  provided   in  tne  Uibt  preceding section.  Issued bv the Bepartn-snt of Jintice, Llilitary Service Eran-ch.  Vj j-'ga-nrrsvi?, '-w   -....ja��������������������������� s^s;-.c>.c������������������-v?-s-.;~  [THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1918.  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  THE OLD FALL FAIR     x  Hsitory Repeats Itself  [  Keeping Vegetables for Seed  I' sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr  vr ' -;       .       . . .  tp ������������������������������������( ������������������ ������������������ jt. ������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������ s, ������������������ ,, ..n *** ������������������ ������������������ or  non-union  shop, history rc-  Some   folks   go   .learin'   round,! peats itself*.    In the records of  Even in the matter of disputes j  , By the term "biennial" vegct-  over the question of the union ablcs is meant one which takes  fc^^ECgggCEE^^CECgEE^Sj^^^^^^^^^^^^sn^^g^  ������������������������������������������������������  light seein' here and there, and  jryin' to fill their lungs and works  Ivith sixteen kinds of air. They  lash oil' to the station for to catch  string of cars, while still the  noon's out talkin' and communin'  frith the stars.  They go to cities hot and dry,  faise blisters on their feet and per-  [piration gravitates from neck unto  lhe feet."  They have to get dolled up, they  Jo, and take away a box, wherein  lo pack an extra shirt, a dickie and  ~peir socks���������������������������and women trail a  farpet bag, a shawl strap and a  trip; they carry fourteen hundred  pounds upon their pleasure trip.  What fun there be in goin' about  It this here time of year has never  lawned into my skull nor lodged  |ehind my ear.  I'd rather wait, by heck I would,  Intil the fall fair date, and pull my  lavins' then and go a mad and  tizzy gait. -And take a hunk of joy  j.iat's trimmed with peanuts and  J/ith fizz, and meet the neighbors  lolin and Joe, likewise their Ann  |nd Lizz.  We'll take the calf, we'll lake the  lhe ;city of Exeter, England, re  fercnee is found to  a struggle0  by the Tailors' Guild during the  years 1475-b-7, in its ell'orts to  bring about a thorough organization  and  force  all  tailors  to  pay dues to the guild, on thc one  hand, ancl the non-union, non-j  guild  tailors,  supported  apparently by the city authorities, on  the other.   Wc are informed in  two seasons to ^produce seed, 1 ^j  wriles lhe Dominion Horticul-jLffl  turist in an interesting ��������������������������� leaflet! 2  giving advice on the "Selection j ^  and Wintering of Biennial Veg- j ^  etablcs for Seed" which can be j ���������������������������g  had free from lhc Publications <=1  Branch, department of agricul-;^  turc, Ottawa. The vegetables A-  are stored over the first winter j|  and replanted for seed the next ^j  spring. Some well-known veg-' ~~a  etablcs of this  class  are beets,   ^  the most unique language that cabbage,   carrots   'celery,   par-;  the   membra   of   the   guild   de- snips, salsify and turmps, Seed  stroyed  the  shops  of  the non-  members.  Thc record would make it appear that the non-guild tailors  were good citizens ancl independent workmen, and a credit  to the city, while the union or  guild members were a bad and  desperate lot; but the story is  told by the city authorities who  were fighting the guild and doing everything to put il out ol  business.  They did succeed in putting it  out of business, just^as has been  done lo modern trade unions,  onlv to discover that the motives  and   principles   which   prompt  from these can easily be grown j  in Canada if the vegetables to I  be so used are kept in good cori-!  dition all winter. Unless a rigid  selection is made each year(i of;  specimens which are true to i  type,: it will not be long before*  a large proportion of the crop j  will not be true to type; hence!  great aire should be taken to se-j  lect well-shaped, medium-sized,  roots, typical of the variety, of*  beets, carrots, parsnips, salsify j  and turnip)!*, firm-beaded cab-:  bage true to type, firm stalked;  aiid disease-resistant plants of-  celery, and firm, shapely onion  bulbs.   If thisnis done and var-.  lolt, we'll take thc old grav mare,! workmen to organic arc morc Inches are kept far enough from,  Ind   fatten   'em   in   ways * what's ! powerful than thc mere edict of others, so they; will not cross thc ;  Itrangc   and   rare:     We'll   take,   of,a court that, they shall disband.  Jigs a whole durn  pen, of shoats]     The guild-hating city fathers  lixlecn   or   more,   we'll   show   'cm  prepared   a    strong   case,, and,  /e've got pork enough to win this armed wilh affidavits, presented  lloomiiti' war.  We'll wander through the patch  If corn where punkins trail the  [round, and look for one that's like  tub, 'bout fourteen feel around.  Of mangels too we'll dig a few,  lhe whoppin' gatepost kind; ,lo-  lia'locs likewise smooth and fal and  it before the king at London.  Thc. king, Edward IV, sided with  the Exeter authorities and issued  a decree disbanding the Tailors'  Guild. Two of thc king's commissioners, John Fortcsque~and  John Courtney, went to' Exeter  and oflicially decreed lhal lhc  guild was no morcJ afterwards.  |ooth.i'n'r lo the mind.  The women folks dust off thc as wc are told, jubilantly drink  iats, the Jancy dizzy mats, and ing wine wilh the mayor, John  ancy shirts and raiment what's ,Dcnvs, in the house of Matthew  nit to warm your slats. ITllbbc a I the expense of thc city  The old green  dog with yellow I     This celebration however, was  ars  and   eyes  of^pink  and   blue;  premature,.for the union tailors  refused  to  surrender  their  organization, and at last the city  [hat's painled on a velvet strip,  he'll take him thither too���������������������������the Ply-  houth Rocks, the R. I. Reds, the  rJdyesdalcs, and the Shrops,\and  amples oY the"--finest wheat that's  Swell in' in our crops.  We'll decorate the old nag's tail,  Ipin r.ribbons- in1 her . mane, ,and  jtherwisc proceed to make thc  La'rbcr pole" look tame:  fathers compromised their, attitude, and the guild not only held  its own, but remained in existence some four hundred years;  in fact, long after it had lost its  original character and had become an employers' organization in-the modern sense of thc  Go- travclin' off just when you term.  lXcase,~and tramp the city, street, J The experience of the Exeter  Intil the corns six inches high are. tailors in the fifteenth, century  jproul'in' on your feet���������������������������but give to was similar, to tliat of several  lie that outin' time, that bang-up other guilds, and our trade  lid fall fair, when we used to spin unions have had to contend Nyitli  lie ribbons to deck, the old gray similar.antagonism of the au-  V������������������re.���������������������������Ark.  '..-:-. thorities,   on   many   occasions  having been declared illegal organizations, yet the final story  lias heen the same, the wage  earners' organizations Jiave not  only reroaineq* in existence, hut  Jiave Jaecqmc stronger.     ������������������  The QHanngan ������������������*r?y  for several years Mv> *wwj  tyrs. A. tycpfierson Jiave heen  experimenting in \jhe propagation of a new, variety of early  sweet corn. They Jiave sort of  purbanjted the Yellow Bantam  an<l another variety* until this  year the product Js the hest one  ever set tooth to.   Jt is as far  crop, Canadian grown seed  should compare favorably with  imported seed in regard to purity, as it docs in other characteristics.  Thc methods of wintering  vegetables for seed will vary in  different parts of Canada, but  in most piaccs it will bc neces-  sary to. give them some projection. When possible, it is better  lo slorc Ihem in a frost-proof  cellar. But, if necessary, the.  vegetables may bc stored outside, both in small and large  quantities, except in thc case of  onions, which must bc kept dry,  and stored in a cool place where  there is little or no frost.  Wednesday and Thursday  [ pon't forget lhc motion pic-  [irc sjiow, and grund\ J>aJJ in.  he Avalon Theatrd. ,on these  [vd jdays, Wednesday at 8.30 p.  ll., the great coyvjaoy feature  jicture MThc Tenderfoot" and  Hmrlie Cliapjin in his side-split-  [r coiriccly "ffis Musical  litreer." On Thursday, contains spow from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.  fwrsday night: grand hall at  Wf sharp. Augmenteq orches-  iu.  ays Lcf i  ake advantago  of  A. Munro & Cos  Armstrong, B. C.  CLOSING OUT SALE  The End of the  Price Slaughter  Is in Sight  You must not delay if you want  to save ttidhey  liaaaaas  t_ _.  ikVk.fcJfe.&.K'fekKkH Ii.il:iimm  '!'-  ���������������������������m  J^nderhy Opera ffo'mf  lieo_.iL in  |;rhy people the Jacst pictures  Ii the market on Friday night  I each week, commencing on  Hday, Sept. 13th at 8.J(5 p.m.  Wp. The opening picture, cn-  led  "The Wife He Bought,"  Enderby Patriotic Fund  .  The treasurer of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund- acknowledges  the. following contrihutions receive^ since publication of tlie  last list; *   '   '  C. B. Winter .-..'..��������������������������� *t000  H. ft. Mowat  '.     2.00  S- f.Jlartry        1-Og  ft. f. forster         o-OO  A. Adams       1-00  A. fteatfw ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������    H2  Rev. 4. A. pow .....;..    p.OU  ftev. r. ft. Gretton   5.00  YOUR PART AND HERS  $31.00  ���������������������������conjimeUon_with:the ,*t?������������������k and have made two ears  rmstrong Theatre.   Jt wijj be^gro>v,where one w usuajijrto be  |r. Morris' aim to show the En- found on a stock-   And the ears  -     -     - are filled from end to end-    Jl  is their purpose to grow this  year's stock and next year's for!  seed  only.    With   proper carcj  in the growing tliis corn ought;  to make a name for thc Okanagan and our esteemed fellow  citizens.  Next Week   ,  Pcig up and  SPECIAL MA TINEE  |l?cgilining   Saturday.   Sept.   Mtn,  Avalon Theatre will give regu-  !��������������������������� matinees ill 2.30 sharp, and con  faring meters  hiing each  Saturdav.    Blue Bird 1 ^^'SSi .   o l?nn   7  ���������������������������       ������������������  atures   will   be   shown.     Adults, l,,iU������������������>'ol,ght   2,500   guineas  c;  children.  10c. world s record.  At a record Australian merino sheep sale in Sydney 95f>  lots realized ������������������JJ7.00Q.   One stud  a  ESTABU5HEP    \Q7Z_  BAHK. OF HAMILTON  Thrift is of vital importance, but alone it is not  sullicienl at the present stage in Canada's de-  velopmen t. The money-.-saved must be used for  the production of new wealth in ������������������������������������������������������order tliat the  growth of lhe country maybe unhampered Thc  IBank of Hamilton assists and encourages increased production.  ARMSTRONG BRANCH  H. L; Paynter.  nnm  Lee JWorris, Proprietor  SATURDAY   SEPT    M���������������������������Thc   Blue  Bird feature "The Wife He Bought"  and  a good  comedy.    Children's  Matinee at 2.30.  WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18���������������������������the great  cowboy feature "The Tenderfoot" and Charlie Chaplin in "His  Musical Career" at 8.30 p.m.  QN������������������ Y������������������Aft AGO; on September  8tJi, we opened our store; and. aj:  tbougk we Md a very small  amount of stock, tlie store seemed  to spring into favor at once, and  in the year that followed we nave  en j oy ed_^an^e vejM ncreasing.. trade  with the people of-Enderby and  district. We thank you for this  patronage, and hope by fair dealing and courteous treatment to retain it during our second year of  business.  The Popular Variety  Store  CJ4FF ST- :-= ENPEF^V  C. V. fi. License No. 10-0227.^  TITURSDAY.SEPT 19^-Conlinuous  show from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. A  grand ball at 9.30.  ENDERBY OPERA HOUSE  Lee Morris,- Prop.  EVERY   FRIDAY   NIGHT���������������������������At   S.30  sharp: the famous Blue Bird pictures.  GRAND OPENING NIGHT. FRIDAY, SEPT. 13. Blue Bird fea-  'tn re: v"The Wife i He BottahI,"  and   a   good  comedv.  PniCEs:   15c and 25c.  It Goes |o The Homo  Our paper goes to the home  mid Is read and welcomed there.  If you wish to reach the house*  wife, the real arbiter of domestic  destinies, you can do so through  our paper and our Classified  Want Ads. form an Interesting  and well-read portion of IL  .Good...telephone service. depends  not only upon the telephone equipment and fhe skill and intelligence  of the telephone employees, hut also upon the co-operation of the  telephone USERS.  It is the responsihility of tye calling person to pc sure to. (give the  operator the right number, speak-  ing slowly and distinctly.  The operator's responsibility is,  in twrn, to answer the caller!s signal and to *five the desired connection cjwickJy and accurately.  StHl further, the called person  co-operates toward good service by  ANSWERING PRaWTLY; ������������������"d  each helps by spealuntf distinctly  and py practising courtesy and  patience under all conditions.  vwwpiwy  We ftqve a few Sftot Guns  ������������������tlll in stocH winch, can be  Jiaught qt tl������������������e oW price, "finest  quality. ?t will pay ynn to investigate Get ready for the  opening of. \he hunting season.  xoficp  To  real  estate  dealers  and  all  whom it may concern: Take notice  jhat-my���������������������������property^, is_no-longer- on LIJ  tbe market, and agents are hereby  notified to take it ofT their books.    ,_,._. _t  W. Powkes, Armstrong, ft. C.      Llllt 5>t.  C. P. 3. ticense No. 8-12^80.  pmlcrhy  ^l  A. P. Renault 4 fa  ARMSTRONG,  0. Q.  Gooel vafues for all. {buyers in Men,s hose  TRY COMMONER WANT ADS  Jager's all wool, heather, per pair  75c  "    "      cashmere  "    "      75c  Pure W^ool, lama, per pair 85c  Pure silk in brown,  tan, grey and   dark green per pair   $1.25  Silk lisle in tan. grey  and   black,  per pair 50c and 6Cc  Work Hose  Grey cotton, per pair     30c, 2 (or 55c  Grey ribbed,  per pair        35c, 2 for 65c  Grey worsted, "per pair     40c, 2 for 75c  Khaki, all wool, per pair    65c  Khaki, all wool,  per pair    75c  Khaki, all wool, Jager's, per pair      75c  Boys'   Superior     Ribbed    Hose,    per   pair 40c   and  SOc  .ji������������������|  ���������������������������5 I  $\  Vil  i  -" St  ft  r'_  ���������������������������/~ --StX)  ss������������������\  ���������������������������~si  ���������������������������ll 'X "'���������������������������-  ���������������������������"��������������������������� ?���������������������������--.  ������������������>  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  18 and  s������������������n Your m  Iron  payment on Pehvery  t,   .JU   .Jf,;   ,-2*  .J^   ^-^  .,"��������������������������� ^ t/ U v-������������������ -r ���������������������������������������������  #��������������������������� *#��������������������������� % # *#" #���������������������������  THE SPORTMUN DE LUXE  fi  Additional Sugar Restrictions  Interviewed  with   regard   to  ^Jtt <���������������������������������������������< -^ *?- -2*-i -S* -^ ^ -'*  **���������������������������{ <^S ���������������������������?*������������������ ������������������& *&  U Lv w Ci Cf  Perhaps vou've met the kind of chap who wants to go to camp;  . Who talk's of trout and mountain game and woodlands deep and damp  The man who reads a bit of it and follows movie shift  And thinks that if you kill a deer the life is awful rough.  Well      Jones is onc of those who camp  by   proxy,   as  it  were,  He wouldn't know a mess of eels from bales of beaver fur.  For years he pestered mc until I said: "Oh come along,  I'm off to spend a month in camp, June up your hunting song."  And Jones reported in  a suit that only showmen wear;  A. comic opera suit of duds to camp in, on a dare.  "<Vt heart," said he, "I am a guide. Kit Carson's dad and mine  Once trapped a herd of beavers on the blooming Brandywine."  But once in camp, his swagger talk, bravado and the like,  Took wing .. .skedaddled ...-lied afar, .went quickly on a strike.  He grumbled at the sort of grub that sizzled  in. the-pan;  He said a blanket and the ground were bed unfit for man.  He fumed because the bugs at night worked through his skeeter net;  The morning bath in mountain streams his finer moods upset.  He missed his daily paper and the bootblack's tendc^/care;  He shaved in mortal terror lest a worm fall in his hair;  He couldn't get it through him that we ought to rise at six,  Hc wanted lights for readng that were not produced by wicks;  Hc thought the woods were horrid and hc thought the camp a bore,  And he thought a tent, i'or comfort, should be fitted with a door.  Onc week of it sufficed me ...Jones was bundled to a train; <.  Back to lown I sent the beggar to his native haunts again.  When I returned, weeks later, at the Club 1 heard him say:  "Camping is the life, 1 tell you ...every fellow needs to play���������������������������"  Then he got a crowd around him as he sprawled upon his chair  And hc told them of the adventure of his search  for grizzly bear.  ���������������������������W.  Livingstone  Lurried.  SNOBBISHNESS A  Is to be Found Among Working-  men, Yet It Will Never Get  Them Anywhere.  By Rev. Ciiaw.kscStelzi.f.  7.: ! thc additional restrictions that  ^Vjarc being placed on thc con-  :���������������������������*-resumption of sugar by.the Canada Food Board, Chairman  Kingham of thc Provincial committee staled that according to  instructions received from the  board at Ottawa, afterr Sept. 1st  it will bc necessary for dealers  and others using sugar for commercial purposes to hold sugar  certificates to enable them to  obtain the sugar required for  their business. The list of dealers to whom sugar certificates'  havc bcen issued by the-Canada;  food board comprises the fol- '  lowing: Candy manufacturers, I  bakers, confection manufacturing druggists, soft drink manufacturers, public eating piaccs,  canners, ice cream manufacturers, abattiors, tobacco manufacturers, syrup manufacturers,.  1 manufacturers of jelly powders j  and allied products. Retail grocers, Mr. Kingham pointed out,  do not require certificates to buy  sugar for their retail stores, nor  do wholesale grocers need certificates to purchase sugar for  their wholesale business.  For thc benefit of licensees  who havc made application for  certificates but havc not yet received them, Mr. Kingham announces that in thc ease of licensees who made their application prior to August 24th, thc  Provincial committee is authorized to issue permits to such licensees to purchase sugar up to  September 15th on thc basis of  60 pen cent of their average  monthly consumption for 1917.  These permits must be presented  Thc London Times, referring to the dealer from whom the  to  the criticisms in Canada of j f"������������������ar is purchased and ail quan-  Sir Robert Borden, says: VUcS ^PP1"1.,010 h^asax. un:  -   -        --     - ���������������������������" der such permit must be entered  on   their   certificate   when   rc-  ! dominates   among   thc   various  ���������������������������curse to labor1^.'���������������������������81"1"0''0*  Canada's Premier  "Sir Robert Borden will ccr-  rc-  Ina little Minnesota town thcrc tainlv go back with a great ic-  ���������������������������.   ���������������������������-.--    ------    --  are  three  women's  clubs���������������������������onc putation decidedly enhanced. His ceived over the signature ol thc  composed of the wives, of the /influence at thc Imperial Confer-1 dealer supplying same,  engineers, another consisting Oi'oncc j^s been strong.    Hc ex-  uiiply aren t in it. o about Sir Robert  Borden.    ������������������c:       .rf������������������ markct between now and  he average machine shop  is nol quick to speak his "."J11 digging time.   We may say that  are at least half  a dozen,| perhaps because he is not quick Al?������������������st;!OI1g potatoes are offering  tlie  wives  of   thc  firemen   and crcised it always with discretion  still  another  made iup  of  the Jailtj sclf-restraint and succeeded  wives of  the brakemen.    It is jn   treating   with   dignity,   yet  absolutely   impossible   for   the [without  undue self-abnegation,  wives of the firemen to join the \\1G difficult path of a Dominion  club of tlie engineers, and as for premier   here   now.     Thcrc   is  the   wives  of   the  brakemen��������������������������� -------  they simply aren't in it.  In the  different grades of society. The U0 make it up, but when it is  ���������������������������draftsmen���������������������������-who regard thcrii-1 m'adc up, he chooses the oc-  sclvcs as professional men���������������������������feel casion to speak it, and can be  they are just a bit above the, trusted not to change it lightly  pattern makers, who wear j or because opposition" gathers,  aprons instead of coats as they 'fhis sturdy, deliberate will is  work. The pattern makers con- wliat the British look for in  sider themselves a whole lot sii- statesmen, and even critics con-  perior to the machinists, be- CCr\_ it to Sir Robert Borden,  cause they wear white shirts in- The great majority of Can-  stead of overalls, and because adinns. trust the Premier to  they-earn-about half a dollar a know what he is doing at the  day more. Rut the machinists; Imperial war cabinet. Tlie pub-  have a notion that they are bet- lie here instinctively take his  tcr than the moulders, because I presence here as an excellent  the moulder's job is dirtier and evidence of the reality and value  in some ways appears less scien- of Ids work."  tific   Tlie moulders look-down  Potato Market  Thc Provincial Market Commissioner says in his latest report from Calgary:  "Wc have been asked for information as to the prospect for  little that is showv or dashing \  clUn     R c   .ipplalocs   0n ��������������������������� the  nhnut Sir. Robert Borden.    Hc; . .������������������ ,_f tV., ��������������������������� .������������������������������������������������������,., ���������������������������,<a  \. V; SAUPER CO.  Will pay you $7.00 per ton {or old  "iroFlTridTrteelretcl"oldV m piemen tb-  free from wood, del ive rd to John  Tedford, Enderby. Hope fcSros.  Armstrong, or ut his own yard iu  Vernon   B.O  E. O. WOOP, B. C. L. S.  Armstrong and Salmon Arm  on the tinsmiths, and tlie whole  bunch despise the common laborer. They decline to cat their,  lunches and drink their beer  in the same corner with him,  md when he goes out on a job  with tlie machinists lie is treated  like a parkborse and often he is  not considered worth talking to.  The average clerk ill a department store regards himself as  superior to the artisan and laborer. He doesn't want to be  recognized as a "workingman"  =notHics==-Hc=imagines=-he=4ss  thc same grade of society as the  owner of the store. He tries hard  to live the part, even though hc  sleeps in a dinky hall bedroom  and dines on a chocolate''eclair  and a glass of milk. He wears  better clothes than thc mechanic  and hc tries to bc counted as a  m  Subdivisions. Mineral Claims, Timber Limits, Pre-emptions, Drainage.  Irrigation  and  Road Surveys, Maps  and  plans.  Phone; 02 Salmon Arm, B.C.  Glucose Is fttcammtmM  If you lack sugar for preserving try glucose. Glucose prevents fermentation of fruit and  crystatation of tlie syrup in  jams and jellies which sometimes occurs on the top. Glucose can he thought in all grocery stores in the form of syrup  put up in cans under different  names, or you can buy glucose  five pounds at a time and make  the syrup at home, adding ten  poimds-==of====sugar==^and_=^thre_c  quarts of water to each fiye  pounds of glucose. After boiling for a few minutes the syrup  is ready for preserving purposes.  In ten ycars Canada's Catholic    population    increased    by  SECRET  SOCIETIES  s. n. fri i-.ks  \v. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby I.odKC No. 4(  KuKular meelinKs first  Thursday on or after thi  full moon at 8 p. m. in Mil-  nonic     Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially  invited  C.  II. REEVES  Secretary  Am  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. :������������������, K. of V.  Mods every  Monday  evening  __ ���������������������������������������������'-:������������������* -_-- Mocta every Alonday e  W&fJbJtSl >������������������*> Masonic Hall. Visitc  V^r^^vOj?      diall.Y invito! to attend.  tors co r-  CEIA8. HAWINK, C. C.  H. M. WAIjKEK. K. Ii. S  II. J. COLTART. M.F.  PROFESSIONAL  A   C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  mechanic gets twice as much as  the clerk in wages, and that usually thc mechanic's job calls  for iwicc as much brain power.  Talk about the arictocracy of  labor. There's a sense in which  labor has a right lo be proud,  because it i.s producing something that's-worlh while, instead  of grafting on lhc rest of thc  world. But this is the only reason it bas I'or counting itself of  belter stuff than parasites who  live on the labor of others.  Any sort of aristocracy that  causes one. laborer to look down  on another because he happens  to -wear a difl'ercnt kind of  working clothes, or because he  earns, a few cents a day less, or  because be has a job that compels him to do sonic things that  most of us don't like���������������������������such aristocracy i.s a curse to labor and  the workingmen should be  heartily ashamed of it.  Labor will never advance so  long  as   a   cheap   snobbishness  78,877; and Jews, '8,1(53.  here at $28 per'ton at the prcs  ent, and that in our opinion is  iioor business. It has a redeeming feature, and that is that it  permits the Alberta grower to  let their spuds stay in the wound  until fully mature. In Edmonton this, week a Stony Plain  grower tried to sell some good  spurts at a reasonable.price hut  could not get a look-in owing to  the low-priced P- C. spuds.  "Jf the crop were as large as  the acreage we could understand our growers Hooding the  market bwt under the conditions  as wc understand them, it would  he hetter to stop shipping potatoes and vegetahles, other than  the market here calls for,  until the local supply is diminished in some degree. We ought  to cater to the early and Me  potato market. The cities of the  plains have all good potato crops  ami some tine vegetahles.    The  general crop in Alh^rta will not  far exceed half a crop of rather  small potatoes, due largely to  early frost and drought. Taking  aU the circumstances into review wc would say potatoes will  seM=b^tter^later^on^and^tbose  kept in P. C. till November will  bring a better price than those  marketed now.  Cake Without Sugar  Here is the way to conserve  sugar and make a delicious  cake at thc same time. Take 2  cups white corn syrup, Vi ���������������������������cup  shortening, 2 eggs, 3 cups flour,  fV������������������ tablespoons baking powder.  t cup milk and V\ leaspoon of  salt. Cream-the shortening, add  thc syrup and the eggs and beat  up well. Add the milk. Sift  thc baking powder and thc flour  together, "add it slowly to the  mixture and beat. Bake in n  medium oven as a loaf for lavcr  cake, or small drop cakes. One  quarter of a cup of raisins added  to thc batter gives morc flavor,  and sweetens.  Wall Street  s-~&  How  About   Your   Understanding  ���������������������������ol'our lfirge sfcnek of .women's, men's  anil children's shoes? flOnly reliable  jioods handled. '|Otir specially solid  leather.    , liRepairiig-    in   all   branches.  j 2   PMKS  The Shoe Hospital  "What are  thc  bees doing?"  "They   are  working  hard   to  make honey."  "And what is thc man doing?"  "He is loafing around till the  honey is made."  "And what will he do then"  "Bless you*������������������" innocence!    He'll  rob thc bees."  "Thc second blow makes thc  I'myr -Iju't  not  iJ!   the  first  is  'veil placed.    Darn  o  OX  THERE NEVER WAS OR  EVER WILL BE MORE THAN  ONE   CROP    OF   LAND.  o ... -  BETTER GET YOUR SHARE  NOW.  WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT  WEEK.  Prize Lists are ready for the  Big Fall Fair at Armstrong on ������������������  the  18 and 19 Sept.      Get your  copy from Mat. Hassen, Sec.  Wore Profit to the  PHfterplw  T\v Dominion law ������������������$Hins| tlie *e������������������lws of  tower wiftout tlie word* "Pwy Butter: ojj  ^Creamery Putter"---** ������������������*. case fW-^rfniilM  on tlie butter wrap, is a hJesswg w d������������������sgw*e to tlie  average farmer.  j[t is the duty of every hutter maker to com-  -ply_wjth -the law, in-this_roatter- ^Soroe _h.nt.ter_  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  hutter that it does not appear to them tliat they  can afford to have their hutter wraps printed-  They do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  hutter wraps on hand. To accommodate this  class of huttermakers, we have printed up  a quantity of "Custom" Hutter Wraps. They are  printed with the words "Fresh Pairy Putter" hut  do not bear the name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill the requirements of.the Jaw  governing this point, and can be bought in small  quantities at thc rate of 65c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not require buttcrwraps in  larger lots, take these wraps iu lesser quantities.  500, Single 0r4er.    -    -    $3.75  1000   "      "   -      -        4.75  When   rim    with   other or4ers, $3.50 an4 $4.50  THE WALKER PRESS THE CARY PRESS  Enderby, RX. Armstrong, R.C.  >o<  I  Classified   Add  Cost little but reach  many,  ancl are  first-class pullers cj  business.    Tr>- onc in The COMMONER. 2c 8: lc a \\oil THURSDAY.  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Live  the hest and highest order of this  life before you attempt another.  Be the best wife, the best mother  tbe best friend, the best woman  possible before you .try to become the best saint or angel.  To be the best wife to the good  , he never would amount to much  lin the world and perhaps would  jlose all his money.    At the lime  jl gave no thought to the fact that  he was spare beyond all sense.  He  was  emanciatcd,   thin,   and  cadaverous.    Kis coat hung like  a bag over a stick.     His cheeks  were*thin! his hands were bony  and his feet stuck out beyond his  I trousers like prongs cr a nick.  prongs c  a  At every  turn-he was dodging-defects  others.  Oddities of the Human Body  The two sides of a person's  face are never alike. The eyes  are oul of line in Iwo cases out  of five and one eye is stronger  than thc olher in seven persons  in ten. Thc right-eys is as a rule  higher than the left. Only one  person- in fifteen has perfect  eyes,  thc largest  percentage  of  wmLmam%  ^W^^S^S^SS^^-SfSia^jar-  being  among fair-haired  few years. It is not a sudden | self-controlled husband who re-  emotional phase, but a growing spects vour'. womanhood, your  flame of desire for greater free- neeci toT be human, as God in-  dom diVUhought and greater; tended you to be when he made  knowledge. It affects every j the human beings. He made the  class, and is to some degree felt (trees, the plants, the animals,  and understood by the most ig-j and the human family all with  various  impulses,  and  had  He  not   respected   these   impulses  norant as well as the most friv  folous.  "While it is certain to bring-enough to make them universal  humanitv to a higher standard j they would not exist  eventuallv,  it is  causing many!    "To starve or destroy, by un  'abnormal    phases    to    display natural methods any part ot the  'themselves   in    the  I Most   abnormal   of  meantime,  all   is   the  nature is as wicked as to abuse  and misuse it. You have no right  7>ha/c which strikes at the root, to brand as base or ignoble what  of domestic Hanpiness and dc- God created,  Is troys conjugal happiness in tbe  [name of religion  "To bc thc best mother, friend  and woman possible sympathy  His whole life appeared people. The smallest interval  to be taken up with getting out of sound can be distinguished  of the way of more forward per- better with one ear than with  sons. both.    The nails of two fingers  "But now all is changed. I never grow with the samp ran-  met himcrecently and he is the idity, that of the middle finger  chubbiest, roundest, j oiliest man growing fastest, while that of  you ever saw; filled out all over, the thumb grows slowest. In  And he has emit making way fifty-four cases out of one hun-  for others. He is boss of the dred the left leg is shorter than  business house and every one the right,  stands  up  on   tip-toe  when   he ���������������������������  heaves in sight- He is the whole White Corn Syrup for Canning  thing in the concern, having got   [  so aggressive that his partners For home preserving the pure  became tired of his insistence white corn syrup gives the best  and domination. Tbey sold out results. The yellow or golden  to him at his own figures and corn syrup, with which many  he is making a fortune.    It is a people arc familiar as used on  Controlled  eat  "I am consianllv in rc^int of a"<1, charily and understanding  [letters from women who believe  thev    Ivvc    becn    "awakened"  sniritnally.   and   who   arc   fon-  [vinced by their "Teachers" first,  [and through Ihei'- own "Higher  Convictions"     afterward,  [love  should  exist  onlv  on  'spiritual   plane,   ami   that   men  of thc everyday life of your kind  must be cultivated. You must  bc human and wholesome and  natural and loving. You must  not attempt to stand upon a ped-  that cs'al and pose for thc admiration  tnc of those below you. Instead of  ' trying to call people up to a  [ami women should live and i0Vc|chilly height, you must go along  I onlv as disembodied spirits arc.Wil.h lhcm' an(1 lf>r������������������u stumble  ''supposed to live and love.  "From reliable sources comes  the astonishing and almost incredible mfr>iMvali������������������n ths������������������l an c-  dcr of "religious" enthusiasts  exists which employs the mutil-  iSitiop of lhc b^dv a*c a m^ns of i  spiritualizing the mind-   This is  case of fat, nothing else."  not among savage or ignorant  people, but among Ih^ odu^ated  and refined women of the land,  mind you.  "Could thcrc bca more insulting act shown thc Creator?  Could there be morc utter abandonment of the divine power,  and will, and self-control, which  are thc God qualities given to  Us to use in the development of  character? These same religious  devotees will tell you that thc  'Hindoo who holds his arm in  one position until it becomes  paralysed,  to show bis. love of  I'^God, or that thc Lhassa  "who discni  and fall now and then, show  'them how quickly a human being can rise and brush off the  jdust and go on higher. This W*N  do the world tenfold more good  than all your fastings and soarings and all the crucifyings of  you normal nature.  "When God is ready to take  you out of the body it will then  be time for you to practise  wholly spiritual methods of  life.  "When He indicates His desire  that you remain in the body live  like a good, sensible human being and make every ~ one about  you happy and comfortable. Of  course humanity needs high  ideals to lead it away from self-  indulgcncc. Bul it is a poor way  to trv and cure a man of gormandizing by starving him to  death. The wiser way is to make  understand the delight  .  ..     *, ���������������������������    . him  understand the delight of  at the Lhassa priest scif.control, and the purpose for  bowels'himself alive whieh the appetite was bestowed  dor the same purpose is a pagan ,)V lhc_creator. To remove bis  and a savage \c .common <|igCsiic organs and sustain bis  sense tells us that all abnormal life bv |lvpo<lcl.niic injections of  and unnatural methods ot lite food ln-,lt rcUevc Mni of ,um  followed in the name ol religion  purpose. Just as your hands  peed the ten fingers, and your  feet the ten toes, and your face  two eyes, and cars, and a nose,  and mouth, to be a perfect hu  Get Fat  for the timid, shrinking souls  num." body, so you need all your there is hut one road to courage.  [emotions'and appetites and de- Get fat.    Most meagre persons  sires   to   be  a   perfect   human arc timid and most aggressive  heing.   Just as you need.-to use persons are stout.    Thus holds  the���������������������������_ organs  ql^ your bcdy_ for a medical authority. To prove  worthV service, "anil^yfiur-'fcelr=liis"^sta1"������������������FTOnts=="li(&i  service, an<i~~your  for willing journeys at the bidding of good, so you need to  turn all your impulses to thc development of a perfect character.  "Tbe craze of fasting has be- push  come a disease in America in after they had grown stout. A  many orders of religious fan- little investigation and research  alios" Without doubt an occas-'fo.nds to confirm this physician's  ional  fast  is excellent  for  the theory  our  many men and women who  were of thc hesitating, afraid-of-  mv-shadow class while they had  little flesh on their bones and  who became bold and ready to  themselves   to   the   front  overtaxed digestion, as a day of  rest is '��������������������������� excellent- for- the overworked man or beast. Occasional seasons of living upon raw  " I have known many men  and women whose characteristics seem to undergo radical  changes, changes so tremendous  I foodsand milk are good for the you  would  never  believe  tbey  were the same pcrlsons, as- thev  grow fat," thc doctor said- "A  body and mind-   But long agon  mug fasts and the idea that we  must exist like the air plants on s few specific instances will illus  01111 respirations and aspirations trate  A Grumbling Grub  A horseradish grub and a  cabbage snail have met by  chance on a patch of neutral  ground, away from their abodes  and, after their salaaming ceremonies were over, sat quietlv  down for a chat. Said thc snail  to his neighbor:  "And how is the world treating you?"  "Well, to tell you thc truth,"  replied the grub, 'I'm fairly dis-  dusted with my position and environment���������������������������there!"  Snails may not possess thc locomotive velocity of a marconi-  gram wave, but they arc pretty  well gifted with lhat refinement  so essential to gossiping etli-  quctte, vulgarly known as  "pumping"; so be just said  "Ah?" an cxclanio-inlerroga-  tiye ejaculation, which incited  further admissions���������������������������admissions  such that a respectable grub  would have kept to himself.  "Ah?" ,  "Of course, I am, and always  was! continued the grumbling  grub. Mv dwelling is dark, narrow, and badly-ventilated;. my  food is acrid, dry and pungent,  my life .lonesome,.-monotonous  and miserable. It is no picnic,  I can tell you!"  "Have you tried the beet on  the patch,"yonder?"  "Tried the beet! -what a farce!  Tried the <beet,'V retorted the  grub, cynically. "Tried the beet.  What's the use of trying? Tlie  beet, the parsnip, and the lettuce; in fact, every available billet has beep invaded and taken  up hy other loafers and good-  for- nothing wretches, long before J was ever thought of."  "Have you tried "  "What's the use, my friend,  what's the use?" interrupted the  gruh; "I'm sick and tired of���������������������������of  everything. I would rather stay  where I am than to lower myself-to things beneath me. You  know, I'm of that nature that  wo-ujcl rather starve than be servile���������������������������there!"  .   The snail could no longer endure   the   grumbler's   paradox,)  and abruptly crawled away, at'.  a  somewhat accelerated speed,!  saliricaUyy   remarking:     "Stay,  there, loathsome worm, stav in!  tlie horseradish!    That's about  all you arc entitled to!"   Then,  stoically condemning self-justification,       added���������������������������"a       fellow  creeper who is badlv off. but is;  too lazy to better himself, deserves to be treated as an outcast.    Now,  if,  in  addition   to  that, be tries to justify bis inac-  livity, he rigidly deserves to be  thrown in a lime bucket."  ithe breakfast table, may bc em-  j ployed in preserving, but it has]  a distinctive flavor which makes  jit  less suitable  than  the white  j corn syrup.   Thc jars should be  filled   with   the   prepared   raw  fruit,  then covered with syrup  and  finished  oil'  in   the  usual  way.  The oven in the  Kootenay Range is surrounded by an envelope  bf heat which is at every  moment under your instantaneous control.  With the Kootenay  Range the heat control  is so easy and accurate  you can use all the heat  from your fuel without  waste.  For Sale By Maclachlan hardware Co.  McClaiy&  %anga  London  St. John, N.B.  Toronto  Calgary  Montreal  Hamilton  Winnipeg  Edmonton  Vancouver  Saskatoon  to  "Honesty is exact to a penny;'  but not always to larger sums.  Why not make yotir  meals a pleasure fcy  using: Marigold Tea.  Canadian   Food   Control   License  5- 860, 8-9939 ,  Nos  vvas, Jones..  VoUR TttEPHONe  15 SWfflM'-  Star Bakery  Armstrong, &. C.  C. f. ff. Mcense No. 9-3109  Choicest meats obtainable.  Geo. ft. Sharp*  Wholesale an4 RefaU PUtef *r  JSnderby  The Cost of Bacon  and never cat. anything we like,  [/in-order to become "spiritual"���������������������������  [that is a phase of emotional insanity  "Several years ago I had as a'  patient a junior partner in a  wholesale business. He had inherited money and a: shrinking  "The wife who loves her hii's-; disposition. He was a man of  band and who knows he is her -exquisite manners and was the  loyal lover, yet who is carried soul of kindness.'But- this didn't  [away by her religious mania to j count to his advantage to any  the extent of believing*she must;degree, for he was so rruiet and  live only in the realm of the' backward that most of the em-  spirit with him���������������������������she, too, has.ployees ran over him,, and* he  become insane and needs a  specialist to look into her condition. She is sinning against  God, who made men and women  not only to be spiritual and mental, but physical mates.  "We have no right to attempt  to overturn God's kingdom on that the man's timidity was due  l-carth and to starve and mutilate to his temperament. I liked him,  and crucify ourselves, to estab- but with a kind of pitying, pat-  lish any order of life which is ronizing regard, for I felt sure  was snubbed and received less  consideration in the establishment of which he was the biggest owner than did the husky  teamsters or the rotund elevator  man.  "I was convinced at the time  George Allen, the long-distance walking champion, stated  in a lecture at Hull, England,  that when be visited the slaughter yards at Chicago, he saw one  of the pigs trying to swim in  the huge vat of scalding watcr  into 'which it had been thrown  aften having its throat cut. As  about 20,000 of these animals  meet this fate every day, in this  one packing house alone, it is  impossible to imagine the sum  total of cruelty inflicted to satisfy The demands of flesh-loving  Christian nations for ham and  bacon. Thus humane sentiment, Bibical proliibitions and  hygeienic considerations arc  alike ignored at the bidding of*a  depraved and unnatural taste.  ���������������������������"Herald of tlie Golden Age."  Pr- Pent l,as opened one of  the most modern Dental Parlors in the Interior of British  Columbia in the W. H.  Smith Block, above the Ok-  miugnii Grocery, Wrnon.B.C.  Special attention to out of  town patients,  Phone  3-13 or write  for   appointments.  PR. PENT  V������������������RNON,P.C.  i  ���������������������������  "Everything comes to the  man who waits," except tliat for  which he waits. -    .   '  MAP* IN  ARMSTRONG  ladies* Suits  Men's Suits  Clothes Cleaned, Pressed  Altered and Repaired  i  WHY YOU DON'T ANSWER ,  - -      ....." When "Mrs. Smith'/filled the tcle-  The story of the telephone com- phone bells so- they might not ring  pany who requested its subscribers find wake fhe baby, it caused "Afrs?  not to place their spectacles on top Jones" t'o������������������ report angrily (to the  of-the telephone was true,.because telephone company.that she knew  any metal laid across the wires or "Mrs. Smith" was home and that  binding posts on top of the tele- "central" would not ring her when  phone will short-circuiti;the line so she called. A  "central" can't ring the telephone.      Take care of your Telephone..  **W%^W#N^0**NM^0M4^0  pefter subscribe for  Tj>e Commoner  now w(ii|e ttie  subscribing is goo4  $2.00 Yegr  Armstrong and Enderby  Winter Cream  The success or failure of a Creamery depends  largely on the amount of Winter Cream that can bc  secured.  We have made a success of the Creamery during the Summer ancl if we can, this coming winter,  keep up the output success is assured.  Our Directors appeal to you as a patron to  tixk<t acl vantage oi thc high prices which must bc paid  for butterfat during the coming winter. Make preparations now for winter cream.  Our Directors also appeal to the sm^ill producer to continue patronage even though the amount  be small. A large number of small producers can  help out the output to a wonderful extent.  Northern Qkanagan Creamery Ass'n-  imww  Help Boost the District  ALEX.   ADAIR [ b^ getting your friends to subscribe for  ,     ,, , ,  -j   The   Commoner.      32.00 by the ypnr: $1 OO six months.  I'M  4  2?X  "j* r  w  I  M  fit  il  'SI  t.cl  i  *M  4 8  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1918.  The Corner Hardware  Armstrong  No better time for painting. Lumber,, is in the  prime  of      condition,  Whether it is a house," barn, buggy or auto we can supply  the paint.    Ask- for color card.        . -���������������������������- .  Electzic Lamps  The season is at hand when you will have to  renew your electric lamps, our stock is complete  with Tungsten and Nitrogen lamps 15 to 40 Watt  Tungston 50c each-60 Watt -60c; 60 Watt Nitrogen "it. 50; 100 Watt $2.00    o  Beautiful lamp shades for electric globes in all  shades each 50c  JJJ5,   1 --J0,   2.00,   2.25  batteries and lamps.  Flashlights.    We carry the famous Ever Ready line.   Prices 1.00  and   $3.50.   We   also carry   extra  Special in aluminum  sauce  pans 1 qt. sizes ~. 40c  We carry two makes Massey  and Standard. There wheels  are worth to-day S55.00 but  we are selling balance of  our stock at S50.00. Buy  one for your boy' and let  him  wheel to  school."'  Lanterns at  #1.50 ea.  Wheelbarrow s���������������������������Buy  one  5-00, 7.00,   7.50 & $7.75  Fiult  Ladders  4.50 and  S6.25  Royalite Coal Oil.    In bulk at 40c  per  gal.    Five gal.  galvanized oil cans with tap for carryingcoal oil ea 2-50  Handled Axes at 2.00. and $2.50  Building and Tar Paper in rolls of  400  sq.   ft.    Male  : your buildings warm by covering with paper.    Saves  fuel, saves vegetables from freezing.   Building Paper  J. 25; Tar Paper 1 50 per roll.  We have a snap in floor mops  the "Marvel" at 75c This will be  the last time we can sell polishing  mops for this price.     Oceclar Oils  at 25c 50c ancl Si-25 pea bottle.  Are you prepared for the Fall Fair. We have leg  brands for hens, bull rings and leaders for cattle; and  milk bottle for exhibiting milk.  Twines  Standard (500 ft. to lb.) at 32c lb.  Sack twine per lb. 65 and JP1.0U  yWtt!fl^  Loaded Shells  1.35 per box  MacPhBil - Smith Hard'e Co. Ltd.  CORNER HARDWARE ARMSTRONG, B. C.  PHONE 33  You will want heaters  before another two weeks  better buy early, See our  lineV Also remember s'ove  pipes, stove pipe wire, stove  polish and enemel, elbows  stove mats.  c������������������<  >o<  ������������������><  THEJNEW  TUNGS-T0NE STYLUS  Needle will play from 50 to 200  records  without changing.  Victor Records  90c for two selections  H.S. BEST  Armstrong,  ,B.C.  oods Arriving Daily  v  I  0   Buy Early as stocks are very limited and it  is getting more ^j  5     '"'"   5 =  difficult every day to rely on shipments and quality  A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT  ARMSTRONG WEATHER  REPORT FOR AUGUST  H  Dale  1  9  3  4  5  0  7  8  <>  10  11  12  13  14  15  IU  17  18  li)'-  20  21  '>2  23  24  25  2(3  27  j2S  | 2!)  i 30  31  Max.  77  78 -  75  79 v-  82  82  8(i     '  GO  (>(>  (53  Gfi  73  78  78  74.5  72  74  G4   '  ���������������������������  G7  71  75  72  81  81  81  71  (JH>  70.5  75  78  80  ~     Women's Coats  A good   assortment  of  tbe  latest .models  in serviceable coats.    Black   "Salts"   Plush  Coat, Beaver   plush    collar   and   cuffs,   exceptionally good value  -$55.00  Beautiful Burgaucly Beaver Cloth Coat?  new roll collor, well made and finished, lined  to waist      $4-0.00  Women's Overall Aprons  Excellent materials, short sleeves  $1.25  Women's overall aprons, same as above  without sleeves  .... ...V ........ ..$1.15  Ladies' High Top White Kid Boots  Goodyear welted sole, very neat style, ouly  six pair left, while they last, ... $7.25  Ladies'Gun Metal Button Shoes  The famous''Inuictus1' make; a very  substantial wearing boot, sizes 2������������������ to 5,  $6.00  V  Min.  5G  Gl  55  4 7  45  45  4 1  53  43  51  50  43  4 3  5G  52  50  51  51  49  44  51  55  50  G2  47  53  48  30  48  42  40  I  Sr>  5    M  Just arrived, a complete but small stock of  fall and winter weight underware for women  and children. Now is the time to buy these  lines as they are extremely hard to procure in  sufficient quantities.  Men's Work Shoes  A complete line in all sizes, calf skin, kip,  chrome and elk, all good values, $5 25.  $5.50 and $5.75  Men's Overcoats  New lines, full military model, very heavy, t  all wool frieze, full circular belt, a swell coat i  for  young men $32-OO J  Other models, all new styles, very "-good  materials and workmanship. $18 to $30  Youth's overcoats all designs $15 to $SO  en.    Our new style book is here, shewirg all the newest  designs in suits and  overcoats  moderetely priced.     Come in and see them  Foreman & Armstrong  ARMSTRONG'S BIG STOKE  Can. Food Control License  No. .S-22.3GG  ���������������������������(>���������������������������<  >o  CLASSIFIED ADVTS.  Mean temperature for the month,  01.70; maximum Tor thc month, 87  on the 7th; minimum for tlie month  3G on the 28th. Rainfall for the  month, 2.09:  Rainfall for thc month of August  i for six vears: 1912, J.3C: 1913, 1-02;  1914, .23; 1915, .84; 191(5, .91; 1917,  .77; 1918, 2.G9.  Supporting Home Industries  The cry of "merchants in all  our small towns, cilics and municipalities to support home industries    and    home   markets  while they send away for their  own supply of printing and stationery  outside   their  own  districts, does not appeal as a rule  to   lhe   local  nimrod and  very  often rouses his ire against lhcir  hypocrisy.    The local paper, as  | a rule, can give belter publicity  service lhan  thc outside paper,  though of larger circulation. No  city paper can give a  town or  city  or  municipality  as   much  concentrated service as lhe local  paper. Alter a struggle of three  i ycars, the Burnaby Record has  i convinced ils Council that it can  ! render   lhe  Council  better  ser-  jvice in publishing its Tax Sale  ilisL than any of the Vancouver  ..dailies^a.iull-this^yeiiiwlhcuJlcki  word   tlrst insertion; lea word  thereafter.    -5c minimum  Forcing Recognition of Labor  LOST���������������������������Strayed or stolen; from my  my place, Hullcar; a hay horse,  with white face; branded "li"  on left shoulder: had on a  leather halter. 910 reward to  finder.     Geo.  W.  Sterling.  FOR SALE���������������������������Three Jersey heifers;  two-year-olds. Apply, J. Mun-  sell,   Armstrong.- 58-tf  LOST���������������������������In Armstrong, Aug. 31st,  top of one-burner oil stove. .1.  Cox". ' 58-1  PIANO FOR -SALE���������������������������Mason & Risch  Apply Miss Grace Munsell, Armstrong. 2t  The -men who were discharged by lhe Rogers Sugar  'Refining Company of Vancouver for joining the union have  been reinstated. This was ac-  complished'by lhe union recently formed deciding to send a  communication to Mr. Rogers,  asking him to meet a committee  of this organization. The discharged men, in eompay with  Mr. Bulger, fair wage officer of  lhe Dominion government, met  Mr. Rogers, and aflcr the matter  was discussed, Mr. Rogers said  lhc discharged employees would  be reinstated.  "The result must bc satisfactory to organized labor, for the  attempt to intimidate employees  from   joining   an   organization  cord will get fat on a big Tax  Sale list.  SPECIAL  FREE TRIAL  JUST     ARRIVED��������������������������� Luetics'     Heavy  SilkcCaps;  hew  range of colors;  .-,  also Crepe-dc-Chime Collars. Mrs.        ,       - ~ , ,   ..  Brav.   (Next to Foreman & Arm-, has  been Irustratcd,  and It ap-  -   strong). 'pears that Mr. Bulger, acting on  STRAYED-A   sorrel    mare.     Last I bchairof the government, docs  headed  for Deep.Creek. Branded   not intend to have any ifiscriin  "Li" on Hank. Reward paid for  bringing to Mrs. Bobbitt, Enderby. cp  FOR SALE���������������������������About 3 acres of good  cultivated land. Within easy  reach of Enderby; on good road;  splendid site. Terms: 10 years;  no interest; light taxes. Apply  B-G.,   Commoner,   Enderby.       58  WANTED���������������������������Will pay cash for 10  good fresh cows. Must be heavy  milkers and test over 4 per cent.  C. M. Henderson, P.V.S., tfhone  39-4,   Armstrong. 5(Mf  FOR SALE���������������������������Three good milk cows  Apply lo Mrs. Percy Kay, Armslrong.   FIRST-CLASS HAY FOR SALE  .���������������������������Timothy. ���������������������������and    clover,   aljidhi,  and  someVvhcaf feed.    What  am  I    offered ?      Apply,    IT.,    Commoner  oflice.   Armstrong.       5G-tf  FOR   QUICK   SALE-  Canaries;     great  from choice stock  Enderbv.  -A   few  Roller  singers;    bred  F. Wr. Collin,  50-2  I have a large list of civiiiirics  from the Prairie Provinces for  Mixed Farms and Stock Ranches.  Mail your deserip'.ions of proper-  tics direct to the oflice.  CEO. MICKLEBOROUGH  Box 39S Vernon  ON AND Al-TEK SEPT. 15th���������������������������the  receiving days will be Mondays  and Thursdays instead of Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Northern Okanagan Creamery. oO  We will send this ' New  Diamond Amberola and Selection of the world's best  music to your home for  FIVE   DAYS'   FREE  TRIAL  Write TOD4Y io  Hood Stationary Co.  The Edison Distributors  Vernon, B. C.  WANTED���������������������������A   'maid.'  klceck, Armstrong.  Mrs.     Van-  Send us votir  Subscriptions     |)  S  your    favorite   newspapers  and magazines.  LAYRITZ NURTERIES  Victoria, B. C,  I am   now   taking orders tor  fall ancl  spring delivery.  I        H. A. ALLISON, Agent  Armstrong, B C.  We will  be  your  (J Private Secretary ^  O   And save your time   aud expence   fj  of" writing. ~  fS Our Drug Srore Service (j  [) Is yours for   tlie asking. X  Armstrong, B. C.  fi  fi E. T. ABBOTT  5  inntion against any workers desiring to organize. This is in  Keeping with the decision ol' the  government, to llie effect that  workers must not bc denied the  right to organize, and that they  must he recognized when organized.   When out for a motor-dri/e.  dinner at the King Edward.  Enderby.  We Okanagan Garag  Phone 77  Armstrong,B.;  A FJPVJNG Bf ACtf INE  may go faster, but the automobiles ;f|  leave tliis Garage cannot be compel  with. i  We can   tell'von   of several  satis'  customers ami   tlicy  will tell vou h]  well they are pleased with the treat������������������:|  their automobiles received at 0 t]  rms gajuge     I  One trial means a continuous patr  McLaughlin and Chevrolet 0  '  Vi  1  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-J17J170.  T bave a stock of^tbis year's S'raw Hals for Men and Bj  which 1 do not wish to carry over. Am offering Ihesc hatsj  25 per ccnl oil* regular price. '  This Fall's Hobberlin samples just received.  Complete slock of Stanfield's underwear and Clarke's \Vt,  cn Goods, Shirts and gloves ^  The Store for Quality and Quantity.  FNDERBY. B.C.  Guns and Ammunitio  ��������������������������� -j  ��������������������������� r��������������������������� ��������������������������� j- . -     U *1  We can satisfy all yol  We can supply your wants during    the   hunting    seasol  Guns and Ammunition.   Heating Stoves, Cook Stoves, Rangij  Furnaces; Pipes, Elbows, Dampers,  wants in the heating line.  Plumbing goods.    Granitware, Tinware and Shelf Hail  ware.     Estimates furnished on Plumbing and Heating work}  n  O)  (1  >o<  ^LUMBINtivHEATlNG TINSMITHIN

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