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 ARMSTRONG;  S B.C.-    ,'V '  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND ARMSTRONG ADVERTISER.  Vol. XV.; No. 42; Whole No. 764  ARMSTRONG. B.C..   THURSDAY, OCT. 2-1, 1918  ~Z  Subscription. $2.00 per vear; 5c the convV  LIVE STOCK SALES  An Association Formed to Hobl  ,    Periodical Sales in Interior of  the Province  moA'cment A'ery free.    Growers  are inclined lo sell Avhile. prices  rather  lhan  run   the  pitting.���������������������������Va ncou-  A meeting of stock breeders  Avas held at Kamloops on Oct.  16tb, and a proAincial committee appointed to go into thc  matter of forming an association Avhich Avould best serve the  hVestock breeders of lhc ProAr-  incc b yway of holding periodical sales of liArc stock at points  to bc arranged in the Province.  Thc Provincial commillcc consists of Mai Hasscn, Armslrong;  Geo. Heggie, Vernon; M. Hcr-  ron, Kelowna; H. F. Mytlon,  Kamloops; Wynn  Johnson, Al-  |. kali-Lake; J. Redman, Knuts-  ford with (Geo. C. Hay secretary-  I At-a subsequent mccling of this  committee il Avas decided to organize thc B. C. LiArc Stock  SIioav and Sales Association, and  in order to get a morc rcprc-  scntatiArc meeting of all  branches of the industry it Avas  decided to call an organization  incccling lo bc held in Kamloops  on thc date of the seed fair. It  is desirable to have at this meeting a delegate representing each  branch of live stock, horses,  cattle, sheep and SAvinc, to bc  appointed by the Farmers' Institutes in districts Avhere no ag-  I' ricultural association is in existence.  good  -=*!.-  are  extra risk of  ver Province.  OK AN AK AN APPLES  Will Be Sold at Vancouver at  from $2.10 to $2.70 Per Box  WILL CLOSE SCHOOLS  Enderby   School   Board   Takes  Precautions to Meet Flu.  LOCAL BOY DECORATED  Lieut,  in  L. A. Christian  Forty-Seven Air  Engaged  Raids  London Gaz-  contains lhc  thc  bombing  Armstrong  people  nafturally  feci proud of thc fact that one  pf our local boys bas  taken  a  prominent part in strafing the  Huns behind their oavii lines. A  supplement to lhc  ettc of Sept. 25th  'folloAving:  .    '"The extent of  ' Avorilc  done, by   the  Air  Forcc  '; may "'be gathered from' thc fol-  ' loAving list of ollicers avIio arc  decorated    with     the    Distin:  guislicd Flyina Cross Avii.hVhc  .number of raids "they have participated in��������������������������� ^  Captain P. H. Cummings  Captain E. Dickson   ....  Captain JJ2. T. Mayncs ..  Lieut. L. A. Christian ..  Lieut. J. B- Bell   JJeuf. C. Clark   Lieut.v W. Grossart     Caofain  E- Chisholm  The   |l.icut. ��������������������������� ]L.   A.  Animated by a desire to reduce the cost of liA-ing in Vancouver, Mayor Gale, Avhen in  the Okanagan recently attending the convention of the Union  of Brilish Columbia Municipalities, took occasion to im7cs-  tigalc the ccsL of producing apples and the price the up-country groAvers Avere asking at shipping points. After ascertaining  lhe carrying charges to' lhe  coasl his worship Avent carefully  into thc Avholc question, and as  a result has announced that be-  binning on Wednesday of this  week when twenty carloads will  arrive there Avill be a continual  floAAr of apples, wliich will be  offered to Vancouver citizens at  cost plus handling charges  which, hc says, Avill bc kept at  a minimum.  The apples, wliich will cm-  brace all of the best known varieties in British Columbia, will  bc handled at- the city market  on Main St. and will be handled  at from $2.10 to $2.J0 per box.  according* to variety and quality. Current wholesale prices  on Okanagan apples range' between ahout $1.50 for cooking  apples lo $2.75 for No. 1 stock.  Thc initial shipments Avill consist of about 15,000 boxes of  Jonothans, Wincsaps, Mcintosh  Reds, Northern Spies and Gra-  vcnslcins. Should the demand  keep up, an average, of a car a  Aveek Avill he brought lo the  city during lhc winter, according lo tbe mayor.���������������������������Vancouver  Province.     '  100   ������������������4  ., 48   47  bbbbbbO/   27r  Christian  jnentfoned as having taken part  in forty-seven bombing raids "is  1 jhe son of the late John Christ-  I ian bf Armstrong.  PJsanagsn's Crop Yield  Now   that   the   threshing   is  about; coin ptc ted in  thc OHan-  aganJand the crops all have been  Jiarvfestcd it is easy to arrive at  definite figures as to yield.    Al-  Ihough wheat acreage this_y"ear  showed an increase of 25 per  cciit Jovcr last year, the yicldis  onlyt-.iT50T0"0Uri5usliclsr=tlic" acreage, increase being offset by the  |light yield. In quality nothing is  LsaidHo be bcUci\lhan No. 3, and  I some" smut, bul not enough  to  do  material   damage.     In   oals  thcre\Avas an increased acreage  J of .'25   ncr   cent   Avilh   average  /yield.;'While lhc quality is good,  f the ..oat crop is not sullicienl to  L'supply llie Valicv demand. Thc  |barley crop is light, and is only  I for local consumption. '  Timothy   and   alfalfa    crops  jVirc hot 50 per ccnl of lasl year.  'Nobody   reaizes    lhis   shortage  hbnlfcr' lhan   lhc  hay   farmers,  [who are holding for $ 10 a Ion.  Anniversary Entertainment  On Monday evening, November "4lh, the annual cntertain-  mcnt-d'ollo.Aving, the.anniversary  services[- in the Presbyterian  cliurch, Enderby, will be IVclcl."  Thc program will consist chiefly  of a humorous play put oii by a  number of Enderby ladies. This  play was written by Miss |<Jelly  of this city arid promises to give  real enjoyment. At,the beginning of the eA'ening's entertainment will be a. short musical  program . Tlie admission wijj  pe 50 cents.  In vicAv, of the fact that many  cases of Spanish Flu havc de-  vclopcd a I Vernon and of tbe  alarming spread of the disease  in various parts of thc Province  a special meeting of the Enderby School Board Avas called on  Tuesday afternoon to discuss  thc situation. The Board decided lo close tbe schools of the  city in lhc event of any case of  Spanish influenza developing in  tlie school or district.  Thc Secretary reported thai  Mr. R. J. Hogg, Secretary of the  B. C. Schools Association, had  telephoned lhal it might be necessary to postpone the mccling  of the trustees' coiiA'ention oav-  ing to thc spread of Spanish influenza. The Board, however,  decided that the}' would take no  chances in ihe matter and a resolution Avas passed requesting  the B. C. School Trustees Association to postpone their con-  A'cstion until all danger of the  epidemic is past.  A resolution Avas also passecc-  instructing thc secretary to haA'c  notices or cards printed containing simple rules and recommendations for the prevention of the  disease, similar to those distributed amongst the schools of  Vancouver,- and lhat these cards  bc distributed in the schools of  the city.  Thc trustees also request that  all parents keep their children  Avhen out of school at heme as  far as possible, and that thcy  be not alloAvcd to attend picture  shows or any social cr-public  gatherings. The trustees bclicA'e  lhal if.the parents, children and  the public generally co-operate  Avith lhe teachers and the board  of Trustees tliat this dislrict may  escape the ravages of this disease.      - . ,  ANNUAL DONATION DAY      good start in raising this amount    on Donation Day.    An isolation  Enderby   Hospital   Board   Ask Avard is most essential just noAV,  Public for Things Needed       jand if our not haA-ing it is to de-    .-        jpriA'e us of thc government hos-  This Aveek Mrs. Anna Pa lien, pilar grant it is poor business Vo  as   score tan'   of   thc   Enderbv bc Aviihout it for lhe small cost  of building it.  No Trace of Mr. Elson  men's., night gowns,  bedding  set oi" baby  for child's cot,  un-  for  Other Feed than.Wheat  *- In -the/;New" Zealand two year  test, in which two. pens of Leghorns rccciA'cd aa Avholc Avheat  ration and all the othcr,pens no  Avhcat at all, the results" appear  to sIioav that wheat is nol essential   to   egg   production.     The  Avheat-fcd hens produced 239  and 243. eggs per bird and the  non-wlieat hens 238 and, 24JJ  eggs per bird. '  Are you saving for a Victory Bond?  Hospilal Board, addressed a  circular letter to Enderby cil-  izns and ratepayers,, asking for  public donations to the hospital, and staling that, while a . Every day for lhc past week  number of improvements have<scarching parties havc been out  been made lo the hospital, there looking for thc bodv of Mr. El-  slill remain a greal many things son. reported lost last Aveek. No  to bc added, and lhc Board, be-! trace of him has been found  ing short of funds, appealed to ; which could-lead lo bis wherc-  Ibc generosity ol people lor lhc;abouls. A walking stick leaning  membership fee ol $1 per year, i up against lhe fence near thc  and lhc following list ol ar- . Indian church, and a bouquet of  tides urgently needed: rBlank- j ciOVer and Oregon grapes, such  els,   qomtorts,  bqcif bnen,   avo-yas   t],c   old   man   would   carry  Avere found, but these may have  been left thcrc by him on a prc-  Arious occasion. At all CArcnts  thcy indicated no morc than  their presence Avhere found.  Many of thc farmers in the  vicinity of Hullcar and Deep  Creek made a search of their  farms on Sunday last in the  hope of.finding somc trace of  Mr. Elson, with no results.  It Avas learned on Saturday  last that the stick marks tracked  by Mr. Paradis from the Worthington corner to the Fear  place onJhc road to LansdoAA'ne  Avere similar to those found in  tlie vicinity of the Pringle farm,  and AArere made by old Mr. Pringle and not by Mr. Elson. It is  n'oAv believed Mr. Elson turned  back or into tlie woods not far  from thc Worthington place,  and was lost on one'of the trails  or roads\lcadirig aAvay from thc  canyon road between Mr. Wor-  thington's and -the . Indian  church, though this, of course,  is-only a surmise.  \  AWKWARD ACCEPTANCE  Germai., Replies to President  Wilson's Last Note Making  for Peace  ermg  KXXKXKXXKXXXXKKK XN H }f KXKK������������������������������������XKKX������������������K������������������������������������  K ������������������ET THESE  FACTS SJNft JN X  *       V      ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������:      ' k  ������������������KKXK������������������HX������������������5(������������������X������������������X������������������KXXl(5Un(5UU)n(K������������������'fSUUU(  Potatoes at High Price  Mr. Harold Footil of F.- R.  IStewarl & Co. has returned  ���������������������������from an extensive trip inlo the  fpotato fields ol" Ashcroft and  ^illoct. While potatoes this  Iwinter Avill not, in his opinion,  Ircacli thc high prices of two  ���������������������������years' ago. be believes lhat the  Inarket will bc firm and lhat the  frilling prices Avill be around $50  io $60. The evaporators havc  been heavy buyers in each of  lhc localities he visited and this  pas a tendency toAvard higher  prices. From 85 to 90 per cent  bf the Ashcroft crop, which is  Ii good onc, has been sold. Thc  ���������������������������lemand has becn good and the  Canada has authorized a loan,  of three hundred millions. *" !  ..Canada's finance Minister is  asking for five hundred .millions.  This figure works out at $65  per capita. ..  Sixty-fiyc_dollars fojiy every  man. woman arid,;child in The  Dominion., .        ,   ./  Every individual, every family,' . every-- 'community,'; every  cily, every proA'incc may'readily  estimate fhe a.mounl bc, she,  they cii.it should' subscribe. ������������������������������������������������������ V  .The quotas fixed for.District  No. 9���������������������������embracing thc Ok'ari-  iifffin and Similkameen���������������������������lolal  $8-17.000.00..'  -'These quotas havc'been fixed  lOAV. . ;  Every locality.is expected lo  oversubscribe lhc amount fixed  so thai every point in  the dis-  two  trict - may   add ' at   least  crowns to its honor flag.  One million two hundred and  fifty ���������������������������,thousand dollars Avill be  expected  from  Pistrict  No.  9.  Here are the irreducible min-  imums for each point in  the  district:  Jf ed ley-=^.-.-.--.-.-.=.-.-,-.-.-.,.-,-r^$-30.000  Princeton   .'     50,000  Allenby         20,000  Keremos -      15,000  Enderby .. . .;     35,000  Sicamous' ..'.        7,500  Mara ��������������������������� .'. :      10,000  Armstrong '      80.000  Vernon        200.000  Kelowna        200,000  Peachland   --.      15.000  Sumrherlan'd'        80,000  Naramata   ���������������������������. .-���������������������������        5,000  PcnEic'lon        100,000  Shell oul here, and lhc boys  will shell Ihem oul there!  Thc big" drive starts ncxt  Monday,.October 2Slh.  Arc vou rcadv?  GOf        .  clothes  muslin  filling afor  screen,  bleached muslin for filling  screen curtains for Avard,, table  linen, men's night shirls, dresser    coArcrs,    trays,    individual  creams  and  sugars  for   trays,,  individual salts and peppers for  trays, table call bells, baby baskets, .old magazines, and men's  bedroom slippers.  There ought to be, and no  doubt Avill be, a generous response to this appeal. The ladies  of thc Beard were intending to  bc "at home" lo the public at  the Hospital on Saturday afternoon, but oAving to an influx of  patients this-week thcy have decided to postpone this pleasure  and at this time to receive donations only.  Since  Mrs.   McPhcrson   took  OA'cr   thc   hospital,   under������������������ the  agreement   Avilh   thc   Hospital  Board, six;.months ago, she has  given entire^ satisfaction bolh to  the patients and the Board. Her  records sIioav 290 patient days'.  These records  arc kept in  accordance ;>Avi th  the  regulations^  'of   the   Hospitals   Act.     On   a  ���������������������������Rowing el' 365 patient days, application will- be rii fi de for': the  ������������������������������������������������������provincial hospital grant. There  is a "possibility of the grant bc-  fing- refused   until- tin  isolation  ."ward is provided .as required by  the   Act.     This . object!or*   avms  cited seAcral months ago by .'he  gOAcrnmcnt inspector sent  to look over lhc hospital  Luihby Red Cross  At two p.m.  on Monday, Noa\  ,4th,5 in'-Lumby; at" Mrs;'.Moran's  hall,i*aVt^Ifctiont������������������sale--underJ the  auspices* bf the "Red Cross ahd  Farmers' Institute Avill be held.  Tlie  articles 'to' bc  sold  will  consist ��������������������������� of foodstufi's, 'said  articles to be donated.-  Thc proceeds from Ibis-sale will be cx-  herejpended    in   >the   -purchase    of  The I Christmas boxes for the soldiers  Hospital Board hopes to be able j from Luriiby and district noAV  to   forestall   this   objection   ���������������������������      ---- *"   -1      ^--~   *  by  providing the isolation ward,  fh'ey'-'bave a feasible plan that  can,be carried out at a cost of  only,two or three hundred dollars, and they hope to make a  overseas. All donations from  any source will be gratefully received and duly, acknoAvledged.  ���������������������������father Mclntyre, on behalf-of  Lumby Red Cross and Farmers'  Institute.,     o-  :     ���������������������������<  . *" '  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx������������������i;xxxxxxx  k TW GKEAT OPPORTUNITV   '    , >������������������  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  ,tf  Liberty Loan Oversubscribed  Washington, Oct. 21.���������������������������Estimates and figures showing the  success of the fourth Liberty  Loan poured inlo ihe treasury  today indicating tbat Jhcre"Avere  about 25,000,000 subscribers  during the campaign Avhich  closed Saturday night, and that  thc $6,000,000,000 goal was  passed by several hundred millions.  Although thc exact number  of bonds sold Avill not be knoAAii  for seAreral weeks, officials estimate that it is about thirty  million. In the third loan, a  little less than 25,000,000 were  bought.  Anolher Armstrong Boy  Thc sad news Avas received in  Aririslrong thc pasl Aveek lhat  Pic. Dan Crozier had been killed  in action.' Ptc. Crozier Avas a  native Armstrong boy, being  born on tlie Chas. T. Crozier  farm twenty-Iavo ycars ago. A  year, or two before enlisting lie  avc nt to the coast Avhere he Avas  employed.1 Later hc had a position with' the C.P.R. at Field,  and it Avas'from lhis point that  he joined thc colors. He Avas a  young man of splendid character and promise, and his untimely end is but another evidence'of thc great loss Canada  is sustaining as a result of thc  great Avar.  Sheep that rush over a precipice, pushing each oilier, going ,to destruction to escape  an unreal, imagined danger,, arc  no more foolish than, those avIio  today talcc seriously the, present  Avar conditions and treat them  as though they were permanent.  ;^Tli"c^AAlfi^vill=15c~6vWV^Jt==isi  draAving lo a close iioav. The  end is in sight. The Allies are  winning' a glorious victory.  Soon avc shall sec thc militarism  of Germany put under the foot  cf civilization, and peace*-shall  reign. '  Thc man Avho-Avisely hfuys  stocks, real 1 estate, or government bonds��������������������������� tilings of acLual  value���������������������������at this moment, Avill  congratulate himself . before  many months have passed..-  Canada's   1918  Vic*oW  Loan  bonds   offer ��������������������������� the   ideal   invest-j  ment.    Aside from the patriotic'  duly all Canadians owe to  lhc j  Dominion it's lhc clean business'  opportunity of ti  lifetime right  now to invest one's earnings ir  Government bonds bearing 5'/^  per cent interest, and Avhich arc  free from federal taxation.  ��������������������������� Think of Avhat this means!  ��������������������������� Think of thc hundreds of,  millions of Aveallh in Canada,  already  dcArclopcdi!  Think of the hundreds of  thousands of millions of Aveallh  in Canada undcA'cloped!  Ail this is back of these 1918  Victory Bonds.  , The potential prosperity of  Canada is beyond .conception.  The opportunity for success today is beyond exaggeration.  Today is the day for the hard  worker   and    thc   level-headed  thinker. -.  .. In thee Middle Ages every  once in a while some ^goo.se  of a prophet , would announce  the end of the Avorld for a certain day. Gullible creatures Avho  thought the world Avould end*  put on white nightgOAvns and  climbed���������������������������to���������������������������theHiilltops^lo^bc  rcad}\  ��������������������������� Wiser heads continued lo do  the Avork of Avorkcrs. They purchased at Ioav prices the things  the gullible ones Avantcd lo get  rid of. When thc scare Avas  over : and the, Avorld did not  come'-to -an end the people in  Avhile nightgowns came down  from the hilltops'arid felt" foolish.  This is about lhc same kind  oJ'Ja thing. Avhen today's foolish,  in lhe lace of Canada's prosperity,'bclj eve lhal. somc great  catastrophe is immihcnl���������������������������that  the dollars arc sick and avi'II  soon all die. "    .,  The wise know better. They  will work, thej: avj'II dig, they  will plow and plant ancl liar-  A-esl. thcy Avill take up every  gOA'crnment bond tbis great opportunity' offers.  the hard Avorkcrs' op-  . Germ any, in replying io President Wilson's note, announces  that orders have been issued to  all submarine commanders lo  stop torpedoing of passenger  ships. Thc text of the note coa--  this point follows:  In order to aA-oid anything  lhat might hamper the Avork of  peace, thc goA-ernmcnt has issued orders to all submarine '  commanders precluding the torpedoing of passenger ships,  without, howcA'cr. for technical  reasons, being able to guarantee tliat these orders Avill reach  CA-eiw single submarine at sea  before its return."  Thc Gcrman reply Avas deliA^-  ercd to thc Saviss legation in  Berlin for transmission to the  United Stales. The note begins  Avilh the folloAying:  "In accepting j the proposal,  for the evacuation of occupied  territories, lhe German GoA'ern-  ment started from the assumption that the procedure for tliis  ���������������������������evacuation and the conditions  of thc arriiistice, should be left  to the military advisers, and thc  actual standard of powcr which  both sides in tlie field haA'c.  should form Uic basis of arrangements safeguarding and  guaranteeing this standard."  "The German Government  suggests to thc President that  thc. opportunity bc brought  about for fixing llie details of  an armistice.  "The s.German    Government-  trusts   that   thc  President  AvillV  approve  of  no  demand  which*  would   be   irreconcilable  .Avilh. -  i.he honor of the German people  and to. lhc opening of the Avay  to a ncace of justice.  ^ v-  / "The    German.   Government  protests against the reproach.ofi  -ille-gal'^anct^jb^niane-iyaclioris''  made against lhe Geriiian lancl-l  and-,  sea'   forces   and    lherebya  against the German "people."  ^ Willi reference yip the rcspon-y.  sibility of  Hie" existing government, lhc.note says: ,' .' .  "Thc leaders of thc great parties of lhc Reichstag:are members^ of this goArcrnmcnt. -In fu-  turcf"no government can take  office AAithout the confidence of.  a.majority of the Reichstag.  "Tbe - responsibility, of   the   t  chancellor of lhe empire to Uic   *  representatives of the pepple is'  being .legally    developed    and.  safeguarded.    Thc first  act of  the neAv government has been  to lay before  the Reichstag a  bill yto alter the .constitution.of*"-  the empire so tliat5consent of  thc rcpresentatiyesVof-the people is required for"  to .Avar and peace."  .-1-  vil  ^1  -JJ^J  - T". I  ���������������������������:xX  decision as  Theatres, pisinfected  Patrons  ofJ~Ayialon( Theatre,  Armstrong,   and   the' Enderby  -Theatre.- need- havc-no_fear_of _-.  catching,  the    "Spanish   :������������������liy'Vr  while Attending any of the per- -  formanccs.    Tlie   theatres   arc  thoroughly  cleaned   arid   disinfected "after each, performance.,...  So don't" miss any of thc liigh  class pictures being run  at the  Avalon Theatre. Armstrong, on  Thursdav ancl  Saturdayjiighls. .  and al'lhe Enderby Theatre on'���������������������������  Friday nigh Is".  Trench Christinas Boxes  This is  por liuiily.  Work,  HOARD.  Invest  gel   them,  them    in  save,,   but    DON'T  your dollars as you  And if you invest  your government's  bonds you Avill not only have  the pleasure of seeing them  but you Avill havc thc  of lniA'ing come  to the aid of your country and  the boys in JFrancc avIicii aid  was most needed.  groAV,  consciousness  The Enderbv Trench Comfort  Club are asking donations for  the Christmas boxes lo bc sen!  fo Die boys overseas. Fruit  cakes'., smokes, chocolate bars,  gum. knitted socks, etc...Avill be  thankfully rccciA-cd. Flour sacks  and biscuit tins arc also needed.  Donations should bc left at Ful-  lon's hardware store. All dona lions must bc in by lhc first  of ncxl Avcck'asthe boxes must  bc packed forwitb.  "Old-Time" Begins Sunday Next  Ottawa, Oct. 18.���������������������������All clocks  in Canada -will bc put back sixty  minutes at 2 a.m. on SundaA',  October 27.  Krupp  seems   lo  bc making  niost of the arms and ammunition for both sides the last fcAv  JAvccks.���������������������������St. Louis Pest-Dispatch OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1913  PRICES GOING UP  YEAST CAKES  HAS BEEN  I CANADA'S  FAVORITE  YEAST FOR  ^^lEiiisiMsiiEJSSi  Potato Market in Stronger Condition and Demand Likely to  Continue.  FARM LIFE TOO LONELY     ment a revolution and overturn  o u-       ������������������%   ^tTTT .. !tlie government; or, the army,  Soldiers Do Not Relish Idea of being beaten, may turn and send  Going "Back to the Land"  We spent many an evening in  France in our little mess, dis-  MAKE PERFECT L  BREAD 3  tf.'.BE I.N CANADA  , wumrojMMHTt   _  ___^tomo'(^_i  the government into  exile,  as  the Czar was sent.  "The German people are logical once they get started to work  on a problem. President Wilson's adroit notes have shoAvn  The  coast  markets  commissioner reports that potatoes are cussing the problem of what the  going up. There has been a keen men  would  AA'ant   to  do  when  demand     for   tlie     past     two they^returned^ how they would j them   noAV  that  to  a   decent  government  The fruits of Wilson's diplo-  weeks.    Reports from groAAdng be absorbed into the life of'the^  ���������������������������s\ "eftlbUsh^ ****  , cfnto     (hot     ������������������lm     mo.,-nr .Pfrtttmimitv    Fmm   wrVio*   ss.r.   U���������������������������A    ������������������"Jy     II1USI     t������������������ldDllS.n  X   Jtvui.    ������������������o    uuisiuc    puLin^    cue    cn-   "���������������������������">���������������������������   ^^i.^itjojvm.        ,������������������ ^   uuw   niiu  BUY VICTORY BONDS    * quiring and, as soon-as. the local .that  the men, eAren  tliose who  x'demands    are    supplied,    ship- had come from  the land,  Avill  sections state that the major j community. From what Ave had  portion of the crop has been seen, Ave came to the conclusion  sold. Buying prices continue j that many of the men who had  to climb and there is every indi-jbeen Avorking in clerical posi-  cation that the market aa'HI re-1 tions in cities, noAV that they  main firm. EA'aporalors haA'ehad a taste of life in the open,  bought heavily and dealers Avill'and had become rugged, Avould  .A'ery soon haAre tlieir supply in. jgo to the farm in preference to  ^r sr sC sr sr sr s. sr ��������������������������� S ���������������������������, .., ������������������ sr www' The latter cannot effect the mar- the city. But we had to reverse  ~ x js ��������������������������� x ������������������ x x js k ��������������������������� ���������������������������),������������������������������������������������������*������������������ ket  as  outgide  points  are  en. | that conclusion.    We noAV find  x  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ments to outside points 'will be- not go back to the farm wljen  / gin.  Q. Supposing I buy a $1,000, We have examined a num-  Vicfory Bond, just Avhat will my, ^cr of cars of local potatoes  $1,000   accomplish? 'during the week and find some  A.  Your $1,000 Avill pay  thcyin heavy fertilizer sacks.   These  Avages   of  almost  1.000   men���������������������������'do   not"  contain   onc   hundred j lore, havc now had friendship  practically   a   Avliole   Canadian pounds and farmers should see j for   years.     Thcy   have   made  battalion���������������������������for one day. I that each sack contains one,'hun-1strong   friendships,    and    thcy  Your   S1.000   willVjuy   200 dred pounds of potatoes. jhavc come to a different point  pairs of soldiers' boots.    "' |    Evaporators liaA'e iioav bought of vieAV in nearly everything.  Your $1,000  will  buy $1,000 double lhe quantity of potatoes I    The returned man  is a man  pairs of soldiers' socks. I thev   purchased   othcr  seasons, who cares very little for wealth  they come home, because, for  one reason, they haA'e become  more or less gregarious; they  haA'c lived together, and men  avIio had lived a lonely life b'c-  macy are at hand���������������������������rthe German  republic is being born."  buv  Your   $1,000   Avill  .bushels of wheat.  'Your   $1,000   will   buv  bushels of oats.  Your  $1;000  Avill   buy  pounds of cheese.  Your $1,000 will buv 40 rifles.  Your $1,000 Avill  buy (50  voh'crs.  Your $1,000  will  rifle cartridges.  Your $1,000  will  revolver cartridges.  Your $1,000 will buy 100 sets  of infanlrv equipment.  Morgan Horse 41 Years Old  As lively and happy as a colt,  careering, cantering and kicking  up his heels at the age of 41���������������������������all  this is rarely knoAvn in a horse.  But "Sam," well past the ia\'o  score mile-oost, oldest horse in  Portland, Maine or its Adcinity,  is doing it betimes, and withal  cnioying life and health notwithstanding lhe ycars which  liaA-c oasscd OA'er his head.  Sam has aroAvn old gracefully.  Instead of being blind, lame and  toothless, as old horses too often  arc, hc is full of spirit and colt-  jshncss. Hc is of Morgan stoHc  and   came   from   Farmingvillc  -150 ancl in addition lo the local piir- or for position; hc will look you Iw,UJn  ]l������������������'"*':'* ^rv voung,  but  ichases it is stated tbat oyer 5,000 .right  in   the  eye  and   tell  you was not broken to harness until  1.250, tons have been purchased in the I exactly what hc thinks.    I havc   *������������������c  -w������������������s  ,OLir /cars  old.     Good  Slate of Washington for the lo- had men applying for positions hrccding    and    kind    handling  ',200 eal   concerns.     The  evaporator I who had been private soldiers,  di      .. '     .    .i   ���������������������������     '������������������ 1     .-111 .1,   T    :���������������������������    :���������������������������������������������   L  Charm Universal for Wood    Charm Universal for Wool  With Nickle Trimmings  For 22 inch wood $16.00  " 25 " ��������������������������� *������������������ * |18.00  "     28   "     * " '    $22.00  Plain  For 22 inch wood $11.75  " 25 " " $13.00  " 28    "       "      $14.75  These Stoves Have Cast Iron Tops and Bottoms and lined  with Heavy Sheet Steel  B&*0^0^0^0B0*0B&+  Heavy Box Stoves  25 inch for $12.00  28 inch for $16.00  35 inch for $24.00  r~  ^^M^N^%^*^*0N^**^  Coal Stoves  Fairy Oak No. 11 $12.00  Marathon No. 815 $17.00  Cadet No. 7 $12.00  Open face stoves  $18, $21   and $25  For coal or wood  Stovepipe, stove  elbows    and   stove  boards, etc.  buv 28,000  buv 56,000  wc find some farmers trying to  re-,lake ach-jntago and putting in a  large   percentage   of   exceptionally small potalocs.  lhcy  Avould  conic  and  talk  lo  havc made Sam Avhat hc is to.  daA', a horse as sound as a nut;  pleasant in disnosition, and the  Mmolaohlan Hardware Go.  me in   a   way   thcy  would   nol|Pridc   and   satisfaction   of   his  Iuia'C dared lo do had they becn oavii cr  in   uniform.     Thcy   havc   seen  Sam  J.ikcs  to  bc  petted  and  the   evaporators   shife   thev tilings and  they realize a good i frequently  shows  his  sens'*   of  are buviin? 'potatoes from three deal of what is real in life. When humor, as when someone hap-  avc talk of the returned soldier,  avc must consider firsl of all his  ounces up< and scAreral cars examined shoAv a  bia percentage  weighing under half an ounce, "mental point of view.    The rc-  Your $1,000 will buv 40 field It is reported that tbe evapora-1 turned soldiers, particularly the  telephones. j tors havc called oil* their buvcrs,! men who have been in the field  stating lhat thc price has gone for morc than tAvo ycars, have  up too high. In our opinion $28 been and will be to a large ex-  and sacks returned for everv- lent spoiled for ordinary work.  Ihing o^er lhree ounces, direct Many things lhcy considered to  from the fJcld. is a fair profit- he worth while before Avill no  able price and farmers might longer attract them. Thcy con  bc Avell advised to let the major sidcr, for instance, thai the qucs-  $1,000   will  buy  2.000  of high  explosives.  Youi  -pounds  Your $1,000 will "buy 200 gas  masks" lhal may save 200 soldiers'  lives.  These arc bul a I'cav of the  scores of things thc $1,000 vou  lend will buv.    And remember,! portion of their holdings go ra- lio������������������ of making money is not tbe  $500 or even $100 buys in thejthcr'than run the risk of pitting greatest thing,  same proportion.  And remember, again, your  $1,000 is spent in Canada for  Canadian goods and products,  nnd goes lo Canadian farmers,  Canadian merchants and Canadian workmen.  Can. Food Hoard   l.iccnes No. S-G837  0  | Duerr's English Jam  (J  2's in glass to clear ..   ^-Sc  ft  Assorted flavors, 2 for  Pry f mu  Raisins 2 for   Currents lb   Cut peel (assorted) lb..  jj Christie Prown's  Froit Cajte  Per tt>    60e  NOW IN STOCK  Mack's No Jtob  5c  Phillips & Whitehause  Phone 48   Armttrong  0  I  i  25c  35c  35c  5Qc  them.    Thcrc is always a limit      The system under which the  to everything and you sec avIicii | wounded man lives, and is cn-  the   limit   was  reached  buvcrs couraged to do nothing, in the  bought elseAvhere.    We cannot hospital, really trains him to be  advise farmers to sell and then a loafer.    He is deliberately ed-  store at home.   Sell anil ship at ucated to do nothing.   Thc first  once. Last season some groAvcrs, dnng   to   do  with   the  average  reported selling cheap and hav- j man when hc comes back, is to  ing to hold until tlie spring and ������������������ct him gradually broken in to  thus taking a big loss.    This b  the idea of Avorking and becom-  not good business, so take the ���������������������������g a citizen in the community,  tip and get vour money ready)I- know-myself���������������������������I   came   back  for thc big Victory Loan push.^ sick and I can speak from personal   experience���������������������������that   it   has  taken me practically to the present time to get the point of \ie\v  of the civilian  that  things are  worth while.    The man at the  front has passed through great  experiences and when he comes  Only the unavoidable failure I **"* th������������������ ^Ofy things of life  to secure two carloads of breed-|aWear dull and unprofitable. In  ing sheep promised bv Mr. J. P.V8, T ??* ,|,e hl!s. \������������������ P*,011* ff  Wilson,  o'f  Maple  Creek,  Sas-;^iat attitude,  which is largely  katchewan, kept the Ua'c stock I ^^P'at-     . .  vile held in this citv from he-1 Economic conditions after the  Si he Neatest e/ent of Us w^ wi" P^ q ^r^ part in the  k'ind ^rSlln^re British & ������������������etfccSSt  lumbia interior. Mr. Wilson J";v\ rt^STH������������������TSPfi! n������������������ ������������������hn?  was unable to obtain cars to ffi nl^Un^vANl'J  ship the animals.   As it was the   fel"^" ?$JZ ^fe  ^  BfG PRJCP KVAUZVV  Sheep Sale at Kamloops Proves |  a |lig Success I  doubtcdly bring forth a large   "T farms on the nniries  -     :-���������������������������--*- r.:...r. ��������������������������� .. <  MAT. HASSEN!:  Auctioneer and Livestock  Salesman  ARMSTRONG      3. C.  I have   a   wide   acquaintance  amongst   buyers.      Consult    mc  when you want  to   hold   a    us,  Also send mc   particulars of hi ir  snrplus stock you wish to  dispose  ���������������������������of.  ���������������������������o  <>  o  < ���������������������������  o  ::  PHONE No. 34  number of entries, prices for  good rams ranged from $65 to  $100���������������������������for^eAves-fronriM 625^10  $23, and for cavc lambs from  $12.50 to $13. Over three hundred head of sheep Avere olfered  at the sale, and all but a liabT-  dozen being sold, forty-seven  animals brought in by a Kelowna man'were bought by his next  door neighbor. About twenty-  five cattle and half a dozen  horses Avere disposcil of. Com  nienting  on   tr "  Commissioner  Col. George C. Naismith, M- P.  A German Republic  "Tlie German republic is at  last at hand, thanks to Wood-  row Wilson."  Julius Koettgen,  director of  j the "Friends of German Pemocracy" in America and for tAvcn-  ty years past writer for tlie So  cjalist newspaper in J3erlin, Vor  waerts, made this statement  ������������������irSi S,raz,I?������������������!fcAv davs ago as his "conscrva-  ii, ������������������ .������������������ i r^^^jeswd'tive estimate of the effect of  that the .sale demonstrated the Resident Wilson's note on the  possibilities of live stock sales in German pubUc" He is consid-  il\^U^,bu^nA!t^i^M1iered  to  understand  accurately  the political pulse of Germany  oiit    the    proAince.���������������������������Kamloops  Standard.  I PAY CASH for POULTRY  and EGGS  Shipments  solicited  whether  large    or    small.      Remittance  made on day of receipt of goods  at prevailing market prices.  A. E  SAGE       Armstrong, B.C.  No More Gasless Sundays  Washington, Oct. 17.���������������������������pie  ban on the use of automobiles  on Sunday Avas unconditionally  lifted today, effective immediately. Fuel Administrator Garfield said that no restriction aa^U  bc placed on the use of autos  unless gasoline stocks again become dangerously Ioav. He added that priority orders wall be  issued for overseas gasoline  shipments.  Be careful of food. It must  bc saved as conscientiously as  last year. Regard it as your  Avar effort.  The German people will read  and digest this note," said Koell-  gen, "and then the upshot Avill  be that tliey -will get rid of the  kaiser, because they intend to  haA'e peace. And they Avill not  count the cost a huge one either,  for they do not love the kaiser  the way the American pubUc  thinks they do.  "The kaiser's influence in  Germany for tAventy years has  rested on arms.  "There are three AArays the  Germans may use to rid them-  seh'cs of Willi elm:  "They may compel the Reichstag to reform, especially the  constitution, Avhich AArill practically amount to a reA'olution; or  thc drvilian population may fo-  oens to be standing near him  but apparently not paying him  nroper attention. Sam Avill slyly reach over and grab the person's bat or nip at his sleeve.  His intelligence ancl longevity  are unciucstionably thc result of  svnrnathctic care and training,  regularity in feeding and freedom from overwork.���������������������������Dumb  Animals.  .-Ire you saving for a Victory Bond?  Are you going- to do any  Building- or Repairing-  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. d Ceiling, Flooring and Siding      No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and  2xG  Dry Blocks    '..  Planing Mill Wood  ..$18.00 per thousand  ,���������������������������$18.00 per thousand  $2.5 0 per load  ���������������������������   ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ��������������������������� B_x���������������������������������������������mt9  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd; E������������������������������������Urby  * *       -*���������������������������    -.*���������������������������-      * * * m^~_m���������������������������_m^-_+^m_-^���������������������������_,-^*_,m  ykiyyiuDaDaLiiJJjQtc  J.ET THE COMMONER WEW������������������ YOU MAKE  PIJSJNESS VOn YOy^SE^f,; ANP HOW THE  pysjNpss OF THE pjSTWCT P* THE pjs-  TWCT. THE COMMON^H fS-ppftp TO HELf  VQV.    HY CQ-QPEHATPfG WE CAN H0LP  |N THE pjSTWCT THWSANps OF pp^-  |.A|iS EACH MONTH* ANP AT TP SAMP  T?MP WW TO THE fvmc TW COM-  f^PTPST SATISFACTION AS TO FHJCE,  qUA^TT ANP SPHVICP.  THP pyspfpss js HEHE. \t }& V? TO  yoy, MH. pysp^jssMAN, to get, tour  SHAWPJ.  IF VOP AflE NOT, -  IT |S V? TO TOP I  HW VS TO MAjqs Tm COMWNEH  -AN AW TO TOP PJ"HPSP^PSS.   HEpp PS TO FPT THE COMMONS INTO  PVEHY HOME FROM MWN NORTH TO  SICAMOPS.  HEpp PS TO MARE THE COMMONER A  RPSINESS GRTTRR FOR EVERY RPSP^SS  PNTERPRISR IN THR PISTRICT-  HRPF PS TO MARR TT THR MRPIPH TO  WHICH APP MAY POOR TO FOR THR REST  STAPPR GOODS AT THR POWRST PJVR-  ANP-PRT-PIVR PRICES.  HRPP PS TO MARR R\'RRY ���������������������������'AP" SPRAR  FOR QPAPJTY ANP RRPIARH4TY.  Phones���������������������������29 Fnderby' 35 Armstrong.  A call will bring onr ad man to ������������������e������������������ yoq, wm  illqstrations and suggestions for business-palling,  interest-awakening, and good-will bnltding ideas.  These wllJ cost yon nothing, bnt advertising  space in Pie Commoner will cost yon 40c per  column inch, transient, and 25c an inch each  insertion on contract.  The rest is up to you.  OKanag'an Commoner  Armstrong or Enderby. [Vv  THURSDAY, OCT.24, 1918  * BUY VICTORY BONDS     *  * x  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  Q. Hoav much do bonds of the  Victory Loan cost ?  A. From $50.00 tor $1,000.00,  whatever their face value calls  lor. These bonds are sold at  par���������������������������100 cents on the dollar.  *9i H<>w can I buy the bonds  ol the Victory Loan?  x- A-,% filling out an application blank and handing it to tlie  Victory Loan canvasser Avhen  he calls or send it to the Victory  Loan headquarters in your city  OKANAGAN COMMONER  The Price of Admiralty  for  a  We  have  fed  our seas  thousand years,  And she calls us, still unfed,  1 bough there's never a wave of  all her waves  TTBut marks our English dead;  We have streAved our best to the  weeds' unrest,  To the shark and the sheerina  gull. *  If blopd be the price of admiralty,  Lord God, Ave ha' paid in full!  There's never a flood goes^shore-  ward now  ftS������������������1^SB^1xK^fcS 3,-==*  for bonds be made?  A. At any time from the 28th  of October, 1918, to the close  of business on tlie 12th of November, 1918.  Q. In what form must applications to buy a Victory Bond  be made? 0  A. All applications must be in  the form prescribed by the minister of finance, obtainable from  any Victory Loan canvasser, or  from the Victory Loan headquarters in your community, or  irom any bank.  International in Thought  Sir   Thomas   Lipton " enjoys  the advantages of having been  made a Knight Commander of  ihe Victorian Order by Queen  Victoria, of having bcen an intimate friend of King Edward  tlie VII., of being the most beloved and approachable titled  personage in Britain outside the  royal family itself, and of having more friends among the ro-*  yal   personages  of  earth   than  any other man  in  thc  world.  Had there bcecn morc men in  control of European affairs like  Lipton there would havc been  no Avar, because Lipton, being  international in concepts, sympathies   and   interests,   understands fully what less traveled  men cannot comprehend, namely, tliat all the peoples of the,  world   arc   alike  in   elemental  characteristics,   love   of  an ebb goes seaward now  But drops our dead on  the  sand-  But slinks our dead on the sands  forelore,  ., From l.he Ducies to the Swin.  It blood be the price of adrnir-  a,tV-  Lord God, we ha' paid it in!  We  havc  fed  our seas  for a  thousand years,  For   that  is  our  doom   and  prr<fe,  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  X X  *   Bonds Will Be Popular    *  x ���������������������������        ���������������������������   ��������������������������� x  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  Q. I suppose there are many  people in Canada avIio do not  understand  the  advantages  of  Victory Bonds over any other  form of saving money?        ������������������  A. There are, but bonds are,  daily becoming more  popular!  and they Will be still more popular in years to come when they |    Like begets like in the potato  are better understood. I "eld as Avell as elseAvhere, but  ru������������������'_y^ere there PeoP!e during .'Judging by the quantities of in-  the .First Loan avIio were slow|feri������������������r tubers used for seed pur-  to appreciate this form of in-'P������������������scs,  the importance of  this  vestment?  A. There Avere, because thcy  were not familiar with bonds.  Of course all our rich men have  known about bonds for years,, ������������������������������������.j ������������������=������������������������������������ w yieius oi in-  and many of our millionaires j ferior potatoes. At potato dig-  have never bought anything ������������������lng time the great opportunity  else, but the rank and file of thc for   seed   selection   is   offered.  law is not appreciated by many.  The use of small potatoes taken  from tlie bulk of the crop year  after year and used for seed Avill  eventually lead to yields of in  KING EDWARD  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel,  ixjople scarcely kneAv about  them. In Europe the poor and  rich alike have invested in government   bonds   for   centuries,  and the people of England, for,   -~��������������������������������������������������������������� VHC w pu-  iorty years past,  have bought jtato a"d are free from disease.  As it*was;\vhMi tW M;wi     ,u I?vei^ Canadian bond Ave wanted Th? Potatoes from such plants  the Gold��������������������������� hSL W,th t0 se" them-    " was only last  ���������������������������% should be| gatheml Vind  me uolden Hind, |year   that   Canada   decided   to saved for use as seed the fol-  With the product of each plant  spread on the soil it is an easy  matter to select the plants that  have given the largest yield of  the most desirable type of po-  I am agent of one of the best Sickness and Accident  Companys doing  business in Canada,  Or th- ������������������,-V.n a ,   ,      i   *      K   .     "utl   -^aiiaaa   decided   to  Ur the Avreck that struck last make what Avas really our first  ae~~ "popular" loan in this country.  Q. That 5V2 per cent should  the  Or the Avreck tliat lies on  spouting reef,  Where the ghastly blue lights  flare. T  If blood be the price of admiralty,  Lord God, we ha' bought it  ^   fair!  ���������������������������Ruclyard Kipling.  Milk a Stimulant  The famous Pasteur Institute  declares that milk is the most  Why  powerful     stimulant     known     ian.ei"?er tne���������������������������> <* anything  Army authorities, i  I JS^i *? in the world, offering him  heath,   of   offspring,   parental  Army authorities. iUs said, are  acting upon the advice of scientists, and-in tlie trenches milk  is being served to the men, and  they are advised to drink it  also as a beverage Avhen off dutv  as much as possible,  iiciiitiu ". t,lis ������������������ true, and the state  native lVent ils ma<Je on S������������������������������������^ aut^or-  catch on like wild fire,  doesn't it?  r. 4' II*wil1, SuPP������������������stng a man  had a savings account with a  friend who was giving him 3  per cent. Now supposing another friend, across the street?  equally reliable, offered him 4  per cent. He Avould take his  money across tlie street, would  he not? Now comes the Dominion of Canada which is stronger  than either friend, or anything  love, courage, self-sacrifice, so  cial instincts,  and  reciprocity;  and that were it not for the intervention of man-made insti-  y"^ ".V,"'."^ urain ana  tutions all the peoples of earth i ? weakened will, but on the con-  would be loving, not ha tine each Kary will build up the tissues  ity,  there will,be a  great  in  crease in the use of milk in all  class of men and women. A  stimulant that Avill not leave as  after-effects a clouded brain and  5Y2 per cent. The people of  Canada are not stupid. They  will know a good thing when  they see it and thev will buy  Victory Bonds to tlie limit of  iheir ability.  the Kid Has Gone to the Colors  Tlie Kid has gone to the "Colors  And we don't know what to  say;  Tlie Kid Ave loved and cuddled  Stepped out for the Flag today. O      V  baby,i  lowing   year.     This  saving   of  seed at digging time may seem  to many as an  extra  burden  during a rush of work, but it is  not.   There is less actual labor  attached to seed selection at the  time of digging than  there is  by practising any other method.  Further,  the results from hill  selection are reasonably certain  while with other methods there  is   some   speculation.     Potato  growers Avould do Avell to Avatch  closely for exceptionally good  plants.    These,  harvested and  saved apart from the main crop  may become the grand-dads of  fine potato fields in the future.  The name of this company is the "Sickness and Ace-  ident Branch" of the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company of England, a company 120 years old. \.  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  Just call in and see me about a policy.  No medical examination necessary.  Very low rates.  C. CREED  Real Estate and Insurance Agent.  Auctioneer and Live Stock Saleman ,  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  wwwwwwwwmmmmm  ���������������������������o  if ul as t  ougjl she were r^ncb,ff���������������������������vn?Ps 9s well qs for child-  , Bussfon, Dutch, Italian I!���������������������������?!* tyr more wholesome bey-  German, Russian, Putch, Italian.A1WWM, ���������������������������������������������:-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   . . ,     ������������������������������������������������������ ^--  or English?   All hahes suckle "SJf  thm ,?���������������������������*8 .^Waining  alike in all tongu**. paternal, fSJ" 8WH������������������ quantities drugs  |dve knows no houndaiy line. 1 wWdi are poisonous.  no national Hag; it is universal. KKKKXKxxxxxKKtcvnW  Some day the miw|s of ������������������|| men!  ******"******S  wm develop up to the mighty7\9    BUY VICTORY BONDS  truths of nature and' humanity.*   w* MM-WJ flll*w  Then  we wi|)  Nve  umversal ************,,HHH J  size-  And the Kid  Call.  man-  has heard the  Hwn|qngj   wuvei*a|   interests,    nr.,H     .. x-..- ,  umversal symijatiiies, universal\-9^i: **JiW* ^ w^ forfwnf  love, qn4 as a resu^ universal f ^r $mf menJiave bien fmff  peace,    for tlie Hwgdoms of JJP������������������W  fw|y savings of small  eartli^re not at tlie various cap-!qmA������������������wmf? 4T    JCT1  ������������������ta|s, qs some suppose, |mt in l.*Lr^ P **&?_]wvt\ S|iawg|i-  the heqrts qnd tlie minds of tlie 1$"$**}������������������^ < kow ���������������������������������������������* *������������������v^  Ins first |iwndrec| dollars. W|ien  peopje.  f rinters' Errors  a young nian in Milwaukee, tlie  future c. p. ft. president found  he couldn't sqve money no matter how hard lie tried, so after  Most editors try to eliminate;-; .t��������������������������� t^m >**> ������������������w, *u ww  errors a<8 far as possi^e, *^ut ��������������������������� !?Hing ������������������toc|c of his posiqon, lie  I nonesucceed-fully in doing so. .decided, upon apjan'thgt wo?dd  1 One paper estimqtes that in q ���������������������������We Wm sqve.   He went to a  sentence of fourteen letters it is fnend who wqs the cqshier at  possible   to  mq|ce  over   three the  first  National  flqnlc  qnd  million errors hy transposition  of letters.   Wliat infinite possi-  hilities, then, in a whole paper.  A New York publisher once undertook to print a |>oo|c qhso-  Jiutely free from errors.    The  ^proofs were reqd hy eight or ten  l/expert readers, qnd every line  and word was suhjected to close  qn������������������d repeated scrutiny. Yet when  the hook finally appeared a glaring error wqs found on the first  [page.    Perhaps the only hook  lever issued apsolutely free from  lerrors is some editions of the  |Oxford BiWe.   Wlien the first  of these was issued the publishers offered a guinea for every  [error discovered l>y anyone and  ���������������������������this plan soon resulted in the  detection   and   elimination   of  Ml mistakes,  y  "The Wttl? Utff  ?-Hel^ ^e **** wo������������������W loan  lum $|00.  "Jf you will let me have the  money, said yOWng Shaughnessy, "J wiU deposit it in your  pqnk m a sqvmgs qccount-  l The cashier had to scratch his  head over this proposition, qs  it wqs the most peculiar one he  trad ever heard of. r|e asked for  qn explqnqtion.  "WeU," said the future C. p.,  ft. man, "if I owe the hank a  hundred dollars, | have got to!  pav it Pack. I want to get into|  dept so that I can save qnd pay  the money hack out of my earnings.   Then the $100 f have on  deposit will he mine."  The cqshier saw the point and  advanced the money and the future U>r4 Shaughnessy paid off  the loqn as quickly as he could.  J-ord   Shaughnessy   is   verv  v        ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-.-���������������������������.-    ������������������������������������������������������   . ���������������������������  ,     . proud of that first hundred doj-  Yojrmirely have not missed i lars he saved and he s������������������ll has it.  he Wtle less whear in your And he tells tWs story to%&  >read?   Yet it has reduced our us to save. ���������������������������**??���������������������������  *f|e paused to watch tlie recruiting,      '       s      -  ^When, fired hy tlie fife and  ���������������������������   the drum*  He bowed his head to 0|<| Glory  And lie thought tliat it whispered "Come!"  The |Cid. not heing a slacker,  Stood forth with patriot joy  To ad<J his name to tlie roster���������������������������  An<|, God! we're proud of tlie  hoy!  The Kid has gone to the Colors;  It seems but a little while  Since he drilled a sc|ioo|hoy  army  |n a truly martial s|y|e.  put now he's a man, a soldier,  And we lend him a listening  ear;  ������������������or^WsJieqrUs.q=hearta|L|oyal,=  Unscourged hy the curse of  fear.  idian consumption by 200,  barrels a month, or 12,000,-  |K)0 bushels a year.  We sent 125,000,000 pounds  >re of pork and 75;000,000  bounds more beef to the Allies  last 3'ear. We saved that at the  lable too.  We hope to save 100,000 tons  ���������������������������f sugar a year by spoonfuls.  His dad. when he told him,  shuddered,  His mother���������������������������God hless her���������������������������  cried;  Yet blest with a mother-nature.  She wept with a mother's  pride.  Put   he   whose   old   shoulders  straightened  Was granddad���������������������������for memory  ran  To years when he, too, a young-  stcr  Was changed hy the flag to a  man!  ���������������������������W. M. Herschell.  Jfish is cheap because we do  not have to fatten it. It is our  best substitute for meat.  bUAftY GAKAGE  p. C 18AHY, Proprietor  Spewing |ow sn4 confi^ntfaWfce  we wisft fa m$$e*\ to owr imnfa  ow subscribers, fb*t NOW is ftie  time to get ft receipt Irom us for tfte  iWrQmtof 4lm^-8g$^pgorrto  THP COMMONP^. ^oo)c up  tbe expiry 4ate on your name J&beJ  an4-let's wbisper it���������������������������we nee4 tbe  money*.  ������������������rT^Wj������������������^  4 Q. And is this the way to save  in these war times?  A. No. Instead of making a  bank loan: which costs money,  but Victory Bonds on the instal-i  ment plan and pay for them out  of your savings. Turn your  present "nest egg" into Victory  Bonds and thereby substantially  increase your interest return.    ���������������������������  FORP P^4LER;  Repairs to all makes ofcart.   Phone 22  ATrtMBTHO}fO. ������������������.C.  ATENTS  FOS'S ADVISKli,  k*W' tor our  I,which will be Mat tnm,  MARION * MABION.  Okanagan Commoner  ARMSTRONG  ENDERBY THURSDAY, OCT. "24, 191S  ������������������feauagatt Commoner  In  which   is  merged   the   Armslrong  Enderby Press.  Advertiser  and  $2  Published  everv Thursday at  Armstrong, B.C., at  a year, by Walker & Cary.  H. M. Walker, Editor & Manager.  Advertising rates:  Transient, 40c an ���������������������������cl}^J?S������������������.  tion, 25c each subsequent insertion.     Contiact aa  " '        $1 an inch per month. '  25c  vertising,  THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 191S  LAST OF THE TOP HAT  faculty for expressing a ^u^^V^ef^  wi v bv a word not spoken or the an caring oi a  coa't w thout Sils or a hat without rooms to rent  mi top, better than any statesman in the hmc-0  light today.  Recently Lloyd George appeared in  public on a ceremonial occasion in Pans weqring  i grey "Trilby." On the same occasion the llalum  PxSie Minister, Baron Sonnino, alsoPeassarto -  hil traditions lo the winds and Nvo.rc a hat ot he  tvpc CommcnUng on Lhis episode tne  M "Inlransigcant" welcomed  ms ^erU-un to'be'., a t-  Allied- war aims, and  antee that the military supremacy of. the Allies  should not be weakened.   He re^cirdc V iiie armistice, under such er/nViions.  tended by the realization of  was therefore anxious  thai  postpone its accomplishment.  to  think that if tLj Allies at  should  attempt   to  dictate  to  drastic changes in -their own  Viothing be  He was  done to ,  inclined I  the present time i  Germany  certain j  government with  regard to constitution and personnel; the resistance of the German armies would bc stiffened.  The War Minister, said that alter all .there must  bc a German government to negotiate an armistice, Avhile a complete transformation was already in progress. There should not be loo great  x hurry to pronounce it as a sham. The present  holders of power were responsible to thc Reichstag, and tlie Reichstag was thc only properly  elected national assembly in Germany. It was in  the interests of the Allies to see that stable government of some sort was maintained hy Germany. As reparation had to be obtained he did  not wish lo see Bolshevism and chaos rampant  there.  FACTS ABOUT "FLU"  the  same  French newspaper  innovation in these words: , n^'Mnho"  dish themselves abandon the   tunc,  best friend.    So bc it!    Wc  silk hat; il has made us  "If lhc Engl  it will have lost ils  ��������������������������� hall nol grieve for lhc    ;SlVcr enough.   Its day is over.   Dc prolundis.  This from   lhc ^Inlransigcunt,'  famous  journal,  'L'Ocuvre,  fen lion beneath the Prime  while another  "  saw  deliberate in-  Minislcr's headgear:  The  intention  to  protest  with" us  against   the  LI of the antique and solemn  the Premier has thc habit  . ("Fthese -bold and semi-revolutionary demonstrations We cannol too strongly congratulate him  on this one.   Down with the top hat.  Not   lhal  anvonc  has  anything  m   parliuilai  thc top" ha I.    Bul il is what lhc  abominable  tyranny  ytovepipe.   One knows  against thc top  stood for in socicly lhal must go  class arrogance;  class privileges���������������������������any  stuff���������������������������will  silk hat  ��������������������������� as stoc* ""��������������������������� "��������������������������� -"���������������������������"���������������������������-  '"l "���������������������������������������������"- ���������������������������    ^ ass  {Miction, ���������������������������  thing of   lhc  "Divine right  ..fjven breathing space on tins old world any  ft has caused more than enough suhermg  I'me, God knows.    We are now entering upon  world democracy never dreamed ol beiore.     _  nol be  morc.  in its  a  MAKING WAY FOR PEACE  Undoubtedly lhc Central Powers arc making  pt-cry eTorlio meel llie condilions laid down by  President Wilson, as spokesman for the Entente,  before  peace  iliscussians   can   en-  neeessary  ���������������������������-uc  have  A Washington dispatch slates  thai   'signs  Thc commission of conservation,. Ottawa, tells  us that influenza, wliich is now sweeping over  Canada from one end to the other, is a very old  disease. It was known in ancient times, and as  early as 1510 il over-ran thc whole civilized  world. For centuries it has periodically swept  over various parts of thc world. The last great  world epidemic was in 1889-90 when it was generally known by thc French name of la grippe.  Thc disease has always traveled from east to west.  The symptoms are similar to those of a heavy  cold; more or less severe headache, cold in the  head and throat, fits of sneezing, flushed face,  chills, aches and pains in thc back and limbs,  pains in the eye-balls and behind thc eyes, general  physical depression, and temperature rising to  between 101 and 104 degrees.  As it is such a .very old disease, doctors havc  naturally learned a great deal about its prevention  and treatment. The first principle of prevention  is lo keep away from those infected, and1 thc second, to build up lhc germ-resisting parts of the  body by eating nourishing foods, dressing comfortably, gelling lots of sleep, and by living in lhc  open air and in bright, well-venlilated rcfoms as  much as possible. Thc mouth.throat and nose  should be systematically and frequently disinfected by antiseptic inhalations,- sprays and  washes. Such preparations as chlorclonc and lis-  terinc arc well adapted for this purpose.        *   v  "In fighting previous epidemics, doctors found  quinine a useful preventative. One grain of sul-  phalc oVquinine mixed with (but not dissovled  in) a wincglassi'ul of cold watcr makes an excellent antiseptic gargle.   Thc anli-microbic proper-  MONTH   END   SALE  *8  Extraordinary Selections from Our  Stock   of   Reliable   Merchandise  nd.��������������������������� multiplied 'that Germany  listening lo rearrange their internal political at- scribed above at once re  (airs and their methods of ^*��������������������������� ���������������������������^}���������������������������^ S \^������������������������������������?.]li.\^l  rieelingVhc peace requirements ot President WU-  -soii."   There was no indication when thc Gcrman.  fMiswcr would come, but that one would hc dis-  Vitchcd was made morc certain hy thc statements  ������������������������������������������������������ f Baron Burian. thc Austrian .Foreign Minister,  ' -Tore the Foreign Affairs Committee of thc Aus-  Man    Parliament.      Following    closely   radical  hanges in the Gcrman Governmental structure,  ^formation came to thc Slate Department that  he Austrian emperor lias announced to thc Foreign Affairs Committee of thc delegations his  ���������������������������uirposc to grant autonomy to thc oppressed na-  'jonalitics-in the Dual Empire, onc of the peace  -"auircmcnls laid down bv President Wilson.  Thc Associated Press London ollice states that  "if thc war is brought to a quick conclusion it will  - through  political and  moral factors ancl not  ���������������������������lilitarv. il i.s believed here. The Gcrman position  n the West fronl is not considered perilous, al-  ���������������������������lough al certain points the ever-changing front  'ay're'"'er'somc small  positions dangerous at  "mes    This view, which has becn held by many  CHECK TOWELING  No. 400. A splendid even weave cloth in Blue, also red border, checks.    Price prepaid,  7 yards for $1.00  FACE CLOTHS  No. 401. These are very good values at 15 cents each. Plain  white with colored border, pink and blue. Price prepaid, 5 for   V . .   50c  PILLOW CASES  No. 402. Filled pillow cases in very large sizes and made of  excellent weave stout cotton and arc our regular selling price  at $1.75.    Price prepaid, per pain ; ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������   $1-25  TABLE CLOTHS  No. 403. 50 only beautiful damask cloths of Irish manufacture; splendid designs wilh border, size 2 x 2V2 yards wide.  Regular price, $3.95.    Price prepaid,       $2.98  ROLLER TOWELING  No. '404. Verv best value procurable today al anywhere near  the price; very fine wearing weave. Red border. Regular ,25c  per yard. Price prepaid, 5 yardsfor $1.00  PURE LINENS  Send for samples of beautiful Irish linens in fine and medium weight for -handkerchiefs and fancy work.  CANADA'S VICTORY LOAN  Victory Bonds are a better buy than ever. Imagine an investment of such absolute security with an interest of 5>/2%  which is free from any taxation. Spend every cent you can  spare on this great Loan. It means the sooner the boys will  be home.   Buy Victory Bonds to bring the boys back.  Mail  Order  Department  H.  Canadian  yERNON, B.C.,   * BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  Food Control License No. 8-21018.  NATIONAL FISH DAY  MlSldl  n*  -qiciMs jor some Lime, has been strengthened bv  he Ge'-man retreat lo lhc Hunding hue. which is  V tlie most successful reiiyals ol  ihe enemv viewpoint. Wilh the  ^������������������������������������������������������onch pushing hard on this fronl  'he Germans doubtless are  'Iurn thev had planned, but  ' ������������������������������������������������������ few ."uns'und prisoners i'or sue  -linn ��������������������������� mjC-viewJ 1 ia.1 _.t hc__s 1 a  i -enc  hc v:ar  from.  mcrVans and  and Austria arctics of quinine are well known and its use as de  relieves thc symptoms of  from thc strain of thc  fight, between thc white blood corpuscles and the  invading germs in Lhc tonsils���������������������������thc body's first  line of defence. Quinine-is also given internally  as a preventative with success. In one of the more  recent outbreaks in������������������Europc, an experiment was  tried in,which the men of onc squadron of a regiment of cava by were each given iy<������������������ grains of  quinine in y������������������ ounce of whiskey daily for twenty-  two days, while those of the othcr, squadrons  were given none. The latter squadrons had from  twenty-two to forty-four casesiCach of influenza,  while the squadron treated with quinine developed only four cases. Inhalations of oil of eucalyptus, thymol, oil of mountain pine and the like  arc also valuable as preventatives.  When a person is struck hy influenza, only onc  course lies open. That is to go to bed without the  least possible delay, and call a doctor. Rest,  warmth and quiet arc three sovereign remedies  of the primary disease, and. the best preventative  of its morc deadly complications, of which pneumonia is the most frequent. While there is no  specific for influenza, there arc many drugs lhat  play a useful part in relieving il, such as quinine,  aspirin and various Ionics.������������������anti-neuralgic, antiseptic and heart medicines, to bc prescribed by  the physician in charge.  The dielitic rulos wliich apply to any fever apply equally  to influenza.-    Liquid foods at first,  j solids a little later on in  a  gradually ascending  {liny transformation] scale from  lightly boiled fresh eggs  lo chicken,  the pasl^f^^rtitiiffryj^rff[UrTrlcJV ' WiTlwr^CTrix|-=iTTr^hTyl7^"rtnyi=lTe  ace  *sipped or "egg waler" may-he-given.    Tliis cx-  '   ' '     "     ' disli is made by blending with a pin I of  whiles of from  flavored with salt or cinnamon  October 31sl has been set aside by the Canada  Food Board as our National Fish Day. On this  dav everybody is asked to make fish thc only meat  diet., lt undoubtedly seems strange lo many that  every day in the wcek������������������no doubt morc fish would  bc consumed. But it seems impossible to pul fish;  on the local market fresh each day. And with a.  plentiful local supply of beef, pork and mutton..  wilh prices  high  it is not surprising that  this;  shouldbc in greater demand.   However, a special.  so much agitation and so much newspaper space clforl will no doubt be made by all retailers hand-  & ��������������������������� ling fish ol any kind to havc a plentiful supply on  hand for thc 'National Fish Day.  should hc necessary to induce the'public to cat  more fish, ancl thus'save othcr meats., Fact is, it  seems unreasonable. But thc need is imperative  or thc request would hardly be made. It is undoubtedly true, however, that people/will cat the  meats which arc easiest to get in their own. particular locality.    If fish were obtainable inland  If you havc money saved up, buy; a Victory-.  Bond'   If you haven't, buy a Victory lEfond anc|  .save money.. t V"'"  orccd to retreat faster  thev lost comparative-  h a large opera-  .  the whole military silualion m  me past"  ecks hi's hvoughl the German arms face lo f  ������������������������������������������������������ilh di^slei- was staled In bc unjustified in noml|collenl dish is made  ffacl.    It is not expected that lhe enemv will bc | cold water, the whipped  -���������������������������hie lo hold the I funding lino verv lone. This line | four eggs.  -<ms IV'-m south of St. Quenlin along the Serre to  wherc the river turns abruptly;southward,-ihence.  rcMintrv to the Aisne and along, the north  -cross  ''link o  Aliics ;  makes  pointer  to the; A rgonne - Th'1 dent lhe  J' the Aisne lo       .       . _  re making in the. line south of lhc S.cnscc  ibis lineTinlcnablc; in; this connection it is  out lhat  the  ���������������������������mmemal<  purpose o  ���������������������������is poss"  He  Germans arc fighting well  r smith of lluVS'-Misee. for the dual  holding up Ihe Allied advance a.s long  (    toward  the  imnorlant cilv of Valon-  Iciines and to'keep the Aliics from.further driv-  'ug in a salient that would make thc Hunding line  impossible for the enemy. In demonstrating these  "acts mililarv experts are one in the opinion that  'he Germans no longer Avill be able to withstand  'he onslaught wilh their weakened divisions, tired  troops and scanty reserves, but lo trained.yob-,  servers no signs exist of a German collapse, nor  is there ��������������������������� evidence on which to base the hope of  the canlure of" any huge forces of the enemy."  An .A mslcrda'in report states that the ^German  admiral lv has issued wireless instructions To all  submarines to return to their bases. And Lord'  Milner. the British'"Secretary of War. interviewed  on the -18th inst. by the Evening Standard said  that -'complete victory was in sight, namely thc  destruction of the Prussian military machine. It  was a serious mistake, Lord Milner. declared, to  imagine that the Gcrman people were in .love  with militarism; when "the German people saw  the complete aiid ignominious defeat of militarism and realized that the system had brought  them ruin, thev would bc a.s eager to .do away  with it a.s Ihe Aliics.  He added lhal utter wreckage of the Prussian  military machine mught be accomplished either  by a complete and decisive surrender, or by an  armistice under such conditions as would guar-  two to  four eggs, flavored with salt or cinnamon. Then  animal broths- may bc given. There arc many  cases in which even the lightest foods arc spurned  wiih -loathing and common sense must be used hv  ���������������������������adapting diet lo the -'particular case -in hand.  11 is generally recognized thai ityis belter to  ���������������������������Udvc"-'-pre'cau^  any '.special treatment after you get it.    Here the  thc precautions:   J-*V  (1) The sick should be separated from thc  healthy. This is especially important in the case  of first attacks in the household.  (2) Discharges from nose and mouth should  not he allowed to get .dry on a pocket handkerchief or inside the house, office or factory. They  should al once he collected in paper or clean rags  and burned. If this cannot bc done, they should  be dropped into a vessel containing water.  (3) Infected articles and rooms should bc. disinfected and cleansed. Use disinfectants every-.  where.   Wash the hands frequently.  (4) Those attacked should not, on any account^  mingle with other people for at least a period of:  ten days-from thc commencement of the attack.;  In severe cases, thcy should remain away from  work for a longer period.  (5) Special attention should be given to clean-'  lincss and ventilation. Warm clothing should be-  worn, thc feet should be kept dry and all unnecessary exposure avoided, s 7'  Armstrong, p. C.  M^in^ffwewm  11 ^  ^^^^  We w������������������i be in En4erby, ait-l*������������������'.  Growers' Iwildlnfiri Monday, Oct.  28th,  ready to   pay   cash   for  Poultry antJEg&s  SfCONPHANP  FOR SALE. -Apply,  N.   H.'  Enderby.  Kenny,  60-5t  Man's hair is riot naturally short any more than  a woman's."' In everything in nature, the male has'  long hair. It is simji.lv that wc in our infinite wisdom have decided thai men should have short  hair and women long, and so wc sec women  everywhere wilh sad, disorderly mops "on., their.;  bends. They, say long hair oh a woman is beautiful; even the'Bible says so.   But is it?-  Commission Merchants, Armstrong  UAYHITZ NURTERIES  Victoria, ft- C.  I am now.: taking orders lor fall aud  spring delivery-."���������������������������       ...  H. A-ALLISON, Agent  Armstrong, B-C.  ';���������������������������',.';i. o.vfv  Court Armstrong  No. 3429  Meets 1st aiid 3Jd Monday eve in hall in  ��������������������������� Brick Block  l W. HOPE, C. R.        GEO. MURRAY. FIN. Sio'y  IV:- <0  THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1918  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  \x  \x  \x  X   X  X  X  XX  XX  XXX  ARMSTRONG NEWS  X XX XX X X H xxx  X  X  sr .  Jt  X  X  S. Johnston, of Winnipeg,  the place as salesman at  the Okanagan Grocery given up  the past week by Mr. Nappcr.  Mr. Johnston is a groceryman  of wide experience, in business  for himself and later as  salesman in one of the large department stores.  Miss M. Petar of Calgary is  (visiting her parents.  x  Mrs. Arthur of Vancouver is  Ivisiting her daughter, Mrs. A.  |M. McPhail.  At a meeting at Falkland on  Idie 17th about $150 was raised  |for the Red Cross.  Dave McNair is home for a  [few weeks from the military  ���������������������������training camp.  Mrs. A. Renault will be at  home on Thursday, October 31,  TTom three to six.  Mrs. P. M. Williams has taken  position in the Adams jewelry  uore as saleslady.    v  X  The first car of the finished  product was shipped from the  |;vaporator this week.  Mr. W. F. Smith of Victoria  lame in on Saturday, intending  lo reside in Armstrong.  Always lake Sunday dinner A Tha'nkoffering meeting will  It the King Edward Hotel, En- he held in the Armstrong Pres-  Iprby, if you arc in lhat vicinity. |hyterian   Church,   Friday,   Oct-  Mr.   J.   Hope?., of    Rosd^J^c^LSn^U^0^8^  Iff l^TbJSJS oVrr8 ^S *���������������������������^> *W������������������t imnmeii  |his week, the guest oi his bro- Lind. a soIo wi��������������������������� bc gung by ^s  [the .season, and the past week[  jtook  over the plant as it was  left by the .whilom manager, A.  i-L. Carey, and now has a night  and day force employed!.  Mr. and Mrs. Donald Graham  have been in Vancouver for  three weeks, where Mr:-Graham  has heen operated on at thc  General Hospital. He is recovering nicely and should be in  Armstrong in a couple of weeks.  Sg  R.  took  XX XX XXX XXX X X  ENDERBY NOTES  X  X  X  XX   X  X  X  x  sr  st  X  X  Save fruit  Teut fits.  pits and  give  the  x  J. E. Crane and J. B. Gay-  ord will leave for Skeena City  this week.  .   Mr.   ancl  Mrs.   Bcrjt  Wilson  went to Vancouver last Thurs-  jday for the winter.  A. G. Zcttergreen, of Mara,  was an Armstrong visitor last  week. He was till recently Private Zettergreen of the 54th.  His hat does not seem any too  small for him, although hc is  the proud possessor, of a Military Medal���������������������������onc of tlie many  who have done or arc doing  their bit "over there."  x  Thc Victory Loan drive starts  Monday,   Oct.   28th.     Are   you  ready to start with it?  X  A  party of Enderby yojung  people   enjoyed   the   dance   at  Mara last Friday evening.  X  X X X X X X X X X X XX X X X X X  * X  ������������������        GRINDROD NOTES       X  X j;  X X XXX X X X XXX X X X X X X  Lady evangelists are holding  services here every Friday evening in the school.  sr  Born���������������������������On Friday, Oct. 18th,  to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lidstone,  of Grindrod, a daughter.  se  A.   Tomkinson! has  disposed  of his property on the Salmon  Arm Road to E. Bobb.  x  Tlie mill at Deep Creek was  sold this week to the Pacific Tie  & Lumber Co., of Hope.  X X X X X X XXX XXXXXXXX  *? X  X MARA NOTES  X  * X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X  G.  Elson was an  visitor on Saturday.  Armstrong  x  Miss, G. Archibald is visiting  her brother this week.  Miss Ranell is spending a few  days with Mrs. R. Daw.  x  Mr.   Ferguson   has   gone   lo  Revelstoke where he intends to  spend the winter months.  0 x  Mr. Joe Doerflinger has gone  to Armstrong to take over the  bakery business of J. Iddings.  Ihers.  p R. Campion . of Oak Lake,  ianitoba, is visiting Armstrong,  lhc guest of Mr." and Mrs. W. H. al exercises.  Miller, and Mrs. A. E. Sage will  give a solo on tlie piano! Rev.  Mr. Stott -will lead thc devotion-  llorrexc  ���������������������������' x ���������������������������  Miss M. P. McCallum spent  l.ic week-end with hcr parents,  lir. and Mrs. J. McCallum, on  visit from Winnipeg.  x  _ x  Tomorrow (Friday) evening,  Ocl. 25th, thc Soldiers' Home  Comfort Club of Armstrong,  will hold a "Christmas Shower"  in thc Avalon Theatre, at-'which  they ,hopc   to  sec   good   things  Wc have lots of gunless Huns'showered upon them bv the gen-  nd lots ol liunlcss guns. NowJerous people of thc district suf-  |ec lhal wc havc gunless Huns ficicnl to 'fill 150 parcels for- the  hoys  overseas.     Smokes,  cakes  and.candies  arc  most  needed  ���������������������������Q  lorevcr.���������������������������Frank Williams  1      \      -      -36-.  -The Methodist Ladies'.Aid will  fold a series  of afternoon  teas  Ind pantry sales on each   Satur-  lay during the month November.  A.   H.   Nappcr,   salesman   at   ,   ���������������������������,.   ���������������������������1V,   M���������������������������  lhc  Okanagan   Grovcry,   leaves' Church overseas.    As a  |n Monday for Cobble Hill, B.jof dainties is always so  to take the-management ot"  ''    '  lie general store there! .  I/Mrs. R. K. Gourlay of Winning visited her brother, Mr. JB.  [.: Bray,   for  a   few  days   last  The Military Service'committee is arranging"' to send grccl-  ingsvmd "touches of home" lo  representatives of the congregation   of   thc   Zion   Presbyterian  morsel   _  ^��������������������������� ��������������������������� acccpt-  ablc,thc committee is asking for  40 one-pound cakes; and as sox  are in.such never-ceasing demand, 40 pairs.of these, cither  .__...._..,  __  pairs.-.  ,   knitted oil bought,are also asked  eck, lcaviiig Saturday "to visit 'I?r;,1J1^I^Il^cs.?I,,cIto-lf "Icft  |er patents at  Kelowna. at the McPhail-Smith hardware  X  Always take Sunday dinner  at the King Edward Hotel, Enderby, if you arc in that vicinity.  x  Thc Popular Variety Store is  showing, Hallow'een novelties  that ������������������captivate the boys and  girls.  Mrs. A. Reeves and Miss Edna  Laing left for thc East oh Wednesday, to hc absent several  weeks.  X  Born���������������������������At the Enderby Hospital, Monday, Oct. 14th, to Mr.  and Mrs. Roland Graham, a  daughter.  Thos. Hughes left last week  for Alcsa Lake, B. C.,,where he  will spend the winter at the  lumber mill of J. L. Ruttan.  _���������������������������  Wm. Owen is said to have  already started his Victory Loan  drive a I Mara and is going to  gel an lienor flag by exceeding  his quota of $10,000.'  x  The names of Privates C. N.  'Domdaheau, J. Ashton ancl J.  D. Nichol, all cf Endcrby> were  on, thc list of wounded in action  published onrlhc 18th.  Fyall-Folkard Nuptials  A quiet wedding was solem-  nzecl at the Enderby Manse on  Wednesday evening; the Rev. J.  A. Doav officiating; when Miss  Florence Folkard became the  bride of Mr. A. Fyall, both of  Grindrod. Miss Mary Lingings  was bridesmaid and Mr. Wm.  Curric acted as best man. No  invitations were issued.  Nothing so shocks and disappoints a man as the discovery  that a girl is giving him a lot of  devotion when all he wanted  was a little diversion. *>  ZION  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  , Ann strong,  B.C.  Worship at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.  Sunday School at 12.15: "  Ypres Club, Mondav at 8  m.  p.m.  J An important transfer of reid  litatc was '.put through tliis  leek by Mr. Geo. IVfiirray when  L sold to Mv- Johnston, Jute of  Winnipeg, the farming property  ' Mr. J. Cox.  i -     ��������������������������� JC  j Messrs. Ityurray, Smith, Warier and L9ary returned from  lelr "fumthig trip in the Nicola  [wntry tins week, enthusiastic  llyocatcs of an; occasional out-  Ig in the open.      -   s   .  I.Jlic services- next-Sunday, in.  store before Nov. 1st.  foresters' five Hundred CJwJ*  The Independent Order of  fojncstcrs have. decided to inaugurate a fortnightly Five  Hundred Club in Armstrong for  the winter months. The first  game witl.t>e a general one, Md  on Nov. 4th, in a suitable hall  to be. named in next week's  Commoner. All Foresters arid  their friends arc invited to ta"He  part, and, all Foresters will  Kindly hand the names of any  The Aldermanic hoard of Salmon Arm motored to Enderby  Monday a to inspect the ' road-  making machinery thcy are  considering buying. =  X ������������������  Another carload of Enderby  apples.of excellent quality is being packed this week liy the  Wm. McNair company-in the  pulton building' on Belvedere  street . '��������������������������� .VV     -  With its last issue;the Salmon  Arm Observer * completed its  eleventh' year/  " The*- Observer  Unreserved   Sale  By  PUBLIC AUCTION '  the churches will."commence iricn^s 'wWwish to pjSy.to any  : I;of ihc.fpjfowipg, who will, give  "Jj-any information'-required,: Win.  Hope,.p. C: Leary, Fred 'Murray  ���������������������������' f. Dawson. . .   ������������������������������������������������������   r. .  Icordirig to thc old or win lev  line, as" all cjdeks arc to be  lck an .hour;' <commcncingT- at  Li.ni., :Ocl..27t!v     *���������������������������   , '  IMrs. . R. R. Perry received  iDrd thnt her brother, A. L.  licDoncll, had, been, wounded  Ix0cl6hcrl3lli and is.in'hbs-  I tal=J.n=JEt:a n cc���������������������������wi llwg u n s h o t  Inind in thc left arm.,  L',' -X  E. C. Watson received  last  week   lhat  his   son,  or  |Mr:  prd  If, has been  hccn  missing  The Cafetaria System for Hogs  ..Much of the drudgery is taken  cut of...thcrhog fccdin.Q_bv_.thc.  use of thc self-fcCdcr. ^According to investigations -carried' on  at" the experimental farm at Ottawa,    hogs,    aflcr    thcy   havc  u for some,reached a certain age, do heller  lie. Tt was not known whether,1 when fed in  this way provided  .was prisoner in Germany or thc proper mixtures arc used  Id   progressive district, and fttfev  Moore is to be congratulated oh  the .good-work he.is��������������������������� doing..  -jj   ��������������������������� -������������������������������������������������������"��������������������������� ��������������������������� " ���������������������������  The anniversary. services in  the Presbyterian Church will he  hcjd -November 3r<h The ftcx.  T.". ~R" Peacock of Chase will  conduct the* morning service  and the Rev. Wm. Stott of Armstrong tlie evening service.  St. George's ^V. A. will hold  their annual bazaar Saturday,  November 23rd, in fi. of p. Jflajj.  Onc of thc features will he. a  rummage sUiUl All having articles to contribute to this stall  will please leave them at- the  parish room as carhr' as possible.  1 Thc many friends of Manager  Dobie, of thc Okanagan Telephone Co., will regret lo learn  that hc is scrioushy ill at Salmon  Arm ,=a-=fi u=vi c ti mr���������������������������At���������������������������la s Hre-  porls hc was slowly coming  from under the covers and will  I have been favored with in-  struc'lions from .Mr. F. Osenton/to  sell by public auction at the J. N.  .Hughes farm, one mile S.E. on road  passing Creamery, on THURSDAY,  OCTOBER 31st, at ,1.30 p.m., the  following: - . ���������������������������->  .e  t CATTLE���������������������������Grade Holstein, 3 vrs  old, full milk; Grade Holstein,' 7  yrs old, full milk; Holstein-Jersev,  2 1-2 ,yrs old, full milk; Grade  Jersey cow, 6 yrs old, milking;  Grade.,Jersey cow, 7 yrs old, full  milk; Grade Shorlhorn heifer, 20  months;. Grade Holstein "heifer  calf; Holsteifi-Jersey heifer calf;  Grade Shorthorn  heifer calf.  HORSES���������������������������General purpose mare  3 1-2 yrs old; about 1,300 pounds;  We are pleased to hear that  Farmer Gray is making rapid  strides to recovery and hope to  see bun back in tlie near future  The Mara Red Cross held a  dance in the hall on Friday last,  Oct. 18th, in aid of thc Xmas  parcels fund for our boys which  was a big success, clearing $35.  A number of our Grindrod and  Enderby friends were present.  x  Tlie annual meeting of the  Mara Red Cross was held in  the Mara Hall on 'Tuesday, Oct.  1st. Thc officers elected for thc  coming year were: President,  Mrs. Gretton, -vice-president,  Mrs. Butterworlh; secretary,  Mrs.Newma n; execu tive com m it-  tee: Miss Smith, MrsfE. A. Robertson, Mrs: Jas. Bell. Report  of last year's Avork ending September:. ,  Money collected '...;.. $231.32'  Expenditures     ;........ $224.96 SATURDAY  Balance   ..'.    $6.36  Wool on hand to value of $40.  Thc following articles were  shipped: 108 pairs jof socks, 96  suits of pajamas. This is something to bc proud of, when wc  have less than a dozen workers.  SPIRAL CORSETS  BRASSIERES,  ETC    t  Made to order. Flexible and  unbreakable. Every hair- guaranteed.  EDITH TURNER  Corsetiere  Has it ever occurred to you that  "because of its permanence" a fine  diamond is the best investment you  could make, especially in things  personal?. Moi;e and more people  are realizing this and are buying  diamonds. ;  .  A style, size  and-setting to  suit  your own ideas..    -,J .  See our fine range of rings.  "The Finest Diamonds Procurable"  Up-to-date Jewelry  J. C. Adams  Armstrong  Avalon Theatre  Armstrong  Lcc Morris,.Proprietor  TONIGHT���������������������������THE A GREAT AMER-  icanplay in 5 reels. "Brace Up,"  featuring   Herbert', Rawlinson.  NIGHT���������������������������Third Episode of "The Fighting Trail," entitled "Will Yaqua Joe Tell?" and  the 5-reel "feature "Sunlight's  Last Raid."  Armstrong  B. C.  ��������������������������� vrs _ _  fills a valuable nirhp inn wrv H?������������������^ wo.rker and q'uiet; lady's" sacj-  luis a yaiuapic nicne.in a.^ery, <j]e maref quiet ^yitJ| children.  9  PerH-  <3  COMING!  MONDAY,  NOV.   25TH���������������������������-"  the wonderl'uI war picture "Over,  lhe Top" Avith Guv Empey  (himself.)  Watch I'or this date.' a*  Lcc  Enderby  Morris, Proprietor  FRIDAY. NIGHT���������������������������The great Amcr-~  ican play in.oM-eels "Brace Up,"  featuring   Herbert. Rawlinson.  COMING! TUESDAY, NOV. 26TH���������������������������  the wonderful war. picture "Over  'the Top." with Guy-Empey  (him-  J self.) .Watch for'this1 date.  . "Get*.the. Morris habit:"  killed on the field.  [Miss. A. McCallum came in  jpsday irom Vancouver to  it hcr parents. Shc has been  idling in onc of thc Vancou-  l.r schools which have been  ^scd on account of thc "Flu."  J. Graham, who has been  Irking .at the electrical busies in Vancouver, returned- to  Jmstrong last week where he  |1 remain to help, the old  cs.  Kee our; new stocjc, of French,  |������������������ry. toilet sets, manicure set's,  Inbs, brushes, etc. Select your  Iristmas gift to Her now. We  Jl hold it for you. J. C. Adams,  lycler,. Armstrong.  ��������������������������� "*���������������������������' ��������������������������� sc  lv. and Mrs. W. H. Horrex  jyeived  word   this  week   that  |ir   son   Richard   had   heen  arded the .Military Medal for  [tinguished, bravery   in    tlie  Id.    The youngVjjiian. is now  la Canadian hospitalyrccpver-  _ from a bullet wound in thc  l>l- * '���������������������������.'  1 5? 'V' S'  J Wm.   Watson,   who   so   effiS  Intly took charge of the Evaip-y  l.tor   last   season,   has   been  |de  permanent  manager  for  probably he covering his field in  a week or two.  x  A meeting   of   the   Woman  .-, ,,..-,                 Voters' League will be held in  Strange to say, when properly K. of P. hall, Endcrhy, on Satur-  handlcd, dangerous and waste-;day, Oct. 26th. at"2-30 p.m.  ful over-feeding is not as likely Speaker, Miss Jean Bccd, hon  to occur with the self-feeder as  when meals arc given at stated  hours. It has been shown that  the hogs arc the best judges of  when thcy should hike food.  The feeder is fully described in  Special Circular No. 15. obtainable at the office of the' publications branch of thc department  of agriculture at Ottawa. This  bin-Uke receptacle is easily  made at a cost of about $10.00,  even, when- new lumber is used  in its construction.  .  PJGS���������������������������Berkshire   sow;  shue pigs, 4 months, old.  JMptEMENTS^PJoqgb, set light  harness,.feed hoiler, hay knife, hav  forks, tools, log chains, hand/corn  planter, ets., Planet Jr. combination  wheel hoe, seeder and planter,  Planet; Jr. single horse cultivator,  50 ft. hose.  HAY���������������������������Ahout 8 tons of No. f alfalfa hay.  Terms, Cash.  *******'^Haa^Hii^H'''''''''V''i''''''''H������������������i'''Mai^H^  Mot. (jassen, Awlionepr  Armstrong  Winter  for Men  Always cook apples in earthen or granite utensils and use  silver, ,/ granite or wooden  spoons for stirring. Theiise, of  the apple as thc basis for all  manufactured jam is well  known. This is due to the large  amount of pectose which it contains.   ' V   . ���������������������������"  ���������������������������Srvione.  RI NOGO  CUT    FINE  president of  the United  Farm  Women of Alberta. All women  arc cordially invited.  %������������������  ���������������������������   Alex Jones was taken to the  Enderby Hospital Sunday night  ���������������������������suffering from  a broken  leg.  He was found in the bush near  the   Brash   farm,   calling   for  help.    His  horse  kicked  him,  snapping thc bone just above  the ankle. Finlay Brash brought  him to the hospital by auto.  Wbwyou want good  tea buy Tip Top Tea at  the price, 60c per \b  Goocf Tea at low price  I TOMKINSON  Canada Food Board License  No. S-9S6  GENERAI,  MERCHANTS  Grindrod,* B.C  We are showing a full  line of heavy shoes for  men. The very thing1 for.  winter wear on the farm.  Some of the good old  stock left. Genuine all-  leather lace tops ancl  heavy soles.  W.J.W00PS  C. F. 3. License No. 8-12980. .  Cliff St. Enderby  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� -^������������������������������������������������������i       i  lallpw'sen  Novelties  Hallowe'en Novelties (head)  Wc  are  showing  a nice  variety  pf masks,  false  faces and  Hallowe'en favors.  Now  i.s   the   time ,to  make  your  selection.  The Popular Variety  Store   v  CUFFST. :-: ENDERBY  C. F. B. License No. 10-9227.  Auction Sale of Timber Berth  covering Dominion Miids  ��������������������������� The right.to.cut Umlier under license on Perth No. 570,, comprising  the- following lands .|n "the Province-of British Columbia 'will-fee.  offered at public'auction at the up-  se# price of'91,048, at*2 oclock p.m.  on Wednesday,-the 8th of Januarv,  JOJO, at the office of the Pominion  Timber Agent at Kamloops:  Timber JPerth No. 570 situate in  the Province of Pritish Columbia,  and comprising fractional sections  6, 7, ,17, J8 and 20, in Township  22, Pange \2, West of the 6th Meridian, excluding therefrom a:iv portions of Timber Berths No. ,2C3-and  482, which may- be covered thereby, containing ah area ,of 1,346  miles,, more or less.  - A license will not be issued'until  the full .amount of the purchase  price and the ground rental-for the  first  year have been  paid.,  , The .conditions of payment,' rale  of rental, etc. are contained in Ihe  Timber Regulations, a copy of  which may be secured on applica-  lion_to_ the_ undcrsigncd, or_tQ._thc_  "Crown Timber Agent at  Kamloops.  Real Estate anp.TnsviiancJb  '^isT_,your;Erpperties and ffoqsei, V  for Side or Pent, fnderby, p. t. *������������������ "1"  .NOTICE  is l|jerej^S%ivOT  'av':.-r\r.t*i oath y-nr  r9  ,.  ... .TT-,^���������������������������    ��������������������������� itHat  i  after .Monday;vOct^ 28th,^aayonf&--������������������  found  selling i.milk'witbout^a*. ]\-*cS  cence, ^rj|l be' prosecute(|,-,a$")Jprd-   5  vided under Py-law No. 36,^6f^|jt).e -1  Corporation rof the v.City^of-^tTOT,rf  strong."    ':   ...*.--���������������������������/,-   .   ������������������#;-   'f*m%K  Pated, this'24th"day of October/^  .1918. "ERNEST  GROVES;,?/V  :i     " .* :������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� Citv Clerk;?,  TENDERS  %w  Timber and Grazing  Peparlment of the interior,  wa, October 8th, 1918.  at  L. York  Controller.  Lands Branch,  Olla-  Tor.'lhe construction-'of. a bridge,,  over'Davis creek, at'lhc CrcameiyV  will" be    received'  by   U13   undersigned 'i.ip   to   noon',   October   20th  ncxt.  .   Plans  and   specifications, can   be-  -seen=a t^ir. >���������������������������otl i ec. ��������������������������� ���������������������������.   The   lowest   or   any   lender   no)  necessarily  accepted.  L. E. FARR. Clerk.     .'.  Armstrong,  B. C.,%-.OcLober.. J Olh,"  1918. ' "    :j'!-2������������������   '���������������������������  ttj- -',.'  D<'  .,   _i-J..'>'A(f_. I  '. '    ''-J-^l  - 1 -^"^ I  1*       ������������������;'  A.P.RENAHI-TOT.  Does your coat shut out  the penetrating storm winds  and  keep ydu-wanii? ' >  If not,   wli3- not purchase  an    overcoat    of    seasonable  .1  .weight from   our stock of  *mw,-  QUALITY Cl^OTWING ,  We offer many practical styles tliat will give service several seasons.*.     '   '  M������������������N'S OVERCOATS  Made of pure wool, medium weight tweeds, from $18.00 to-$25.00 .-  Made to your measure from 830.00 to 560.00'  BOYS' OVERCOATS  Made of pure wool  gre3' tweeds, $12.50. Blue cloth reefers from $6.50  .WOMEN'S  SPATS  In black $2.00.  In grey and fawn $2.50 OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1918  SMOKE  ORINOCO  CUT   FINE   FOR CIGARETTES  X X  x   WHAT A COMMUNITY LEAGUE CAN ACCOMPLISH    *  x X  XXXXXXXXXXXXSXXX!������������������������������������������������������XXKXXXXXXXXXXX  It is but to state the known, I ganize community organization  the admitted and the obvious to;with the broad community  say that the interests of the peo-!spirit,  pie who comprise a community  Clear the Decks!  are mutual interests  Whati apparently, does ript  seem to be so well realized���������������������������  al thought quite as obvious���������������������������is  the fundamental necessity for  effecting a permanent union of  these interests. More particularly essential is the close co-operation of the agricultural and  commercial  communities.  There   are   a   few   industrial  -       ,.        ��������������������������� . ..  plants which never have a strike; Canadians fighting  among    their    employes,    and Al'������������������. ^ .^ghting  Get ready for action!  Forget each attraction  That   leads   you   away   from  your part!  What part '11 you have shown  In this Victory Loan?  Will you back it with all of  your heart?  Carol Holloway  in  "The Fighting Trail"  \   WE ARE IN THE  MARKET AND WILL  PAY YOU CASH  j-ffc.    FOR  ���������������������������RAGS  ���������������������������OLD RUBBER  ���������������������������and AUTO TIRES  ���������������������������COPPER        ,, ;-  ���������������������������BRASS       -Vki ���������������������������  . ���������������������������LEAD  ��������������������������� - -U..   ���������������������������IRON       -���������������������������''��������������������������� -���������������������������!���������������������������'-  ���������������������������of every description  delivered to���������������������������   -  J.  Tedford,  Enderby  Hope Bros, Armstrong  OT pur warehouse, Vernon, B.Q  |. V. SAMPER CO.  ^w'About Your Upfjmhwlwf  )f our Iarpe stock of women'*,  mm's  and  children's  shoes?      fiOtily    reliable  g*ods handled.      !iOur   specialty  solid  ^Jeatbcr.===������������������Repairiisg-=^in-=all���������������������������branches.  J.1- PARKS  The Shoe Hospital  ,     ������������������. O. WOOD, ft. C. f.. S.  .Armstrong and Salmon Arm  Subdivisions, Mineral Claims, Tini-  |>er Limits, Pre-emptions, Drainage,  Irrigation and Road Surveys, Maps  and plans.  Pbone 02 Salmon Arm, B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  t. r miif  V. M.  A.F.&A.M*  Enderby hod** N*. 40  Regular meeting* ftnt  Thursday on or after the  full moon st 8 p. m. In Mamie H������������������l>. VWtlns  brethren cordially Invited  C. H. BEBVES   Saeretwr  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. SS. K. ot P.  Kaata erery Monday evening  In Maaorle Hall.   Visitor* cordially Invited ta attend.  CHAS. HA.WIN3. C. C.  H. M. WALKER. K. R. S  R. J. COLTART. MP.  PROFESSIONAL  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Endbrby, B.C.  where the said employes are  happy and satisfied and work  tooth and nail for thc best interests of the company which  hands them their pay checks.  Why is this? Is it not simply  because of a wise, broad recognition on tlie part of the employers of the fact that the well-  being and contentment of their  men means success and profit  to thc factory.   ..  The men on their part appreciate being taken into a co-operative partnership with the  firm. They work under0 most  satisfactory conditions and participate in the success of the  business. Thcy reciprocate  whole-heartedly. It is a mutual  commonsense arrangement that  produces thc most wholesome  results.  And it should bc the same in  thc community. Jealousies  should bc thrown aside; passive interest;should be stimulated  into vigorous action; people  should get acquainted with  their neighbors and with newcomers; loyalty to the mutual  interests involved should be the  motto of everyone; progressive  co-operation should take the  place of kicking and grumbling.  Altogether we require the true  community spirit���������������������������a spirit that  can surmount every, real and  imaginary difficulty in every  worth-while district in the country.  To accomplish th&Sfc delightful thin as���������������������������and they have been  accomplished in somc localities  ���������������������������community organization i is  necessary. Call this organization a Community League, ^ a  Commercial Club, a Board "of  TradK or what you wall���������������������������it matters little as long as the proper  Their   Allies   with   proof   of  their skill!  Tlie foe they're pursuing���������������������������  How much are you doing  To  give  the  mad  kaiser his  fill?  You know of a way  You can help win the fray���������������������������  Quite   clearly   tliis   way   has  bcen shown.  Canadians all!  Arise at the call  AND CARRY THIS VICTORY  LOAN!  ���������������������������William F. Kirk.  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  X X  *        VICTORY BONDS        x  x x  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  Q. If I pay $1,000 for a Victory Bond is there any chance  of my being able to sell it at a  profit? '���������������������������"  A. A very good chance. Most  financiers believe that Victory  Bonds will advance after the  war.     ������������������  Q. Why do they think so?  A. Because the demand for  money will not bc as great and  urgent as it is now and interest  rates will likely be lower.  Q. You mean a free-from-in-  cqme-tax 5% per cent bond will  be morc popular than ever?  A. Exactly, and most likely so  popular that people will be willing to pay morc than $1,000 for  a $1,000 bond, and, similarly,  more lhan .$100 for a $100 bond  cause of being specially finished  on milk, brought good returns  and paid well for extra feed.  Four different lots marketed in  August, 152 birds, weighed 280  pounds; they were fed for about  ten days during which time they  gained sixty pounds, weighing  at the end of the feeding period  340 pounds. They consumed  180 pounds of mash and 24 gallons of buttermilk. The mash  was composed of 2 parts corn  meal, 1 part middlings, and 1  part buckwheat screenings.  The cost of feed was 1801b at  4c per lb���������������������������$7.80, 24 gal. milk @  5c per gal.���������������������������$1.20, making a total of $8.40 for feed and milk.  Add to this the value of birds  at the start, 2801b of thin chickens that would bring 35c per lb  $98.00, and it makes a total cost  for thin chickens aLnd feed of-  $116.40.  The weight of the finished  chickens was 3401b, having  gained 601b in the ten days' feeding. The value per lb was increased because of tlie quality of  the flesh to 50c per tb, making  thc total value of the birds  $170.00.  This meant a revenue of $54  for the care of 152 birds for less  than two weeks. It uUo showed  that for every pound of increase  on the binds it took 311) of mash  and 4tb of milk or an average  cost of 14c per lb of grain.  Complete Change Favored  The Methodist Church of Canada stands committed to a complete change in the economic  and industrial system of the  country', a veritable social revolution. It recently adopted the  report of the committee of tlie  church in relation to war and  patriotism, which expressed the  following conclusions as a result of the analysis of the present industrial situation:  "Tliat the present economic  system is revealed as one of the  roots of the war.    The insane  f>ride pf Germany, her passion  or world domination, found' an  occasion in the demand for colonics as markets and sources of  raw materials. Thc war has  made more clearly manifest the  perils inherent in thc system of  production    for   profits. .    Thc  Q.  Have  Government Bonds whole system calls for a change  always gone up ������������������fter previous  wars? -v  ready sells at a premium and it  only yields 3%aper cent, while  Canada's Victory Ponds yiejej  more���������������������������5^ per cent.  jt Pays to Finish Poultry  A. Thcy have.    It is not easy  to look into the future, but the  judgment of our ablest finan-  spirirfrbchind'and the proper!^ n,w * ������������������������������������t Victory Bonds  objectives'ahead Nnll sell at a premium after the  In U*'-coramtt*Uy brganiza- ���������������������������r*������������������������������������f; ?"ifaCV ���������������������������C ������������������f ���������������������������0!T  tfaft pfrdass of theiepple mWt|^*JK������������������ ^L^ZA  bc left out���������������������������for there is but one  class the reaP community has  room for, ami that is the class  that will work for the well-being of the community and 4*  loyal to the mutual interest* of  the whole.  Let us say that a certain centre has a population of 3,000.  That is not tbe real population  of the town. In realitv the population is more like 10,000���������������������������for  is not the man who farms  hundred acres  the postoffice just as much a citizen as the man whose little garden plot is five blocks from the  postoffice?    In  the community  sense, he certainly is.  Widen out your community  organization, then  The war is the coronation of  democracy. As the last century  had democratized politics, the  present century has shown that  political "democracy means little  without   economic democracy.    T Under the shock of war the ac-  war is over. \]n fact, one of thelcepted     commercial     method  based on individualism and  commercialism has gone down  like mud walls in a flood.  "With the earthquake shocks  of war thundering so tremen-  donslv a reaffirmation of the  principle of Jesus, it would Pe  the most inexcusable dereliction  of duty on the part of the church  not to restate her program in  modern terms, and redefine her  definitely appointed goal.   The  (Experimental Farms Note)  -JSven  with  the present  high  price of feed no one can afford  to sell birds and especially cock-       t. w       .  erels, in a thin condition.   The, irjunipJiT ofr democracy, the de  on wnn tnmric n Pood prices received for poultry mand of the educated workers  an v>no iarms a meat more than pay for the ex-  > five miles fronijtra feefj. anfj jf ttfere ever was ac  time when birds should be finished, it is now.  As a war measure the marketing of thin chickens should be  prohibited- The most expensive  . part of the bird to produce and  Too many j which is of the least value as  oPthem^are^confined���������������������������miscral^ffomn^tl^  ly so. Reach out to the fields j weight for the feed fed is the  that are hitherto untouched, and flesh as it is all edible: the ne  you  will find  a  response  that  will be surprisingly agreeable  and effective.  Your community spirit must  not be lazy���������������������������IT MUST WORK  to bring results. Your newfound citizens from a radius of  five, eight or ten miles; can do  morc for your town than the  handful of "close-ins" could  ever hope to do. Give them a  chance. Take them into your  confidence. Get their co-operation and advice on town planning, children's playgrounds,  on the advertising of tlie district, on tlie promotion of sports  and literary clubs, on picnic excursions and bridgcbuilding, on  maintaining the civic centre as  a place that is sweet, clean and  beautiful; on planting trees and  buying new rugs for the hospital. Invite them to ride in your  autos and you ride in theirs. Get  them to join in your campaign  for better roads, and by all  means let them feel that the fall  fair is their fair, that the circus  is their circus, and that the picture shows and the schools are  their institutions. It will be surprising how naturally, then, they  will realize that the town's business places are their business  places.  Yes; let us by all means or-1  operation and service.  ,.  ���������������������������   , ,.     *'That another system is prac  cessity of putting on tins flesh is ��������������������������� tica! is shown by a recent state  for humane conditions of hfe,  the 4eep condemnation this war  has passed on the competitive  struggle, the revelation of the  superior efficiency of rational  organization and cooperation  demand nothing less than the  transference of the whole econ-  omigjife from, ajbasfe of competition and profits fo one of co-  very evident  The most profitable weight at  which to finish cockerels is when  they weigh about four pounds.  Eyen earlier birds may be fed  with profit, as several' experiments*-- conducted at the- experi-  m en tal farm tins summer go to  prove.  Poultry meat of all kinds has  been at a good price. Hens have  been selling as high as roosters,  and broilers have paid well.  Leghorn cockerels at the experimental farm have been sold at  about two pounds each, and he-  CITY OF ENDERBY  Compilation of Voter*' ������������������/**,  Year 1919.  NOTICE ts hereby given that,  under the provisions of the Municipal Elections Act, Householders  and License Holders desiring to  have their names placed on the  Voters' List for the year 1919 arc  required to make a statutory declaration of qualification, which  declaration must be delivered to the  Clerk of the Municipality within  two days after it is made, and not  later than 5 (five) o'clock in the  afternoon of the 31st day of Oc-  October,  1918.  Form of declaration can be obtained at the Citv Hall.  Dated, October 9th, 1918.  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN.  City Clerk.  ment of the British Premier,  that every industry except one  in 3ritain has been made to  serve the national interest by  the elimination of the incentive  of private industry. We too,  look to the Government to enlist in the service of the nation  these great leaders and corporations which have shown magnificent capacity in the organization of life and resources for the  profit of shareholders."  It will take a Jong time to restore a normal food supply in  the world. Conserve and still  conserve.  CITY OF ARMSTRONG  VOTERS' LIST, 191 .  NOTICE is hereby given that, wider the provisions of the Municipal Elections Act, householders and  license Holders desiring to have  their names placed on the Voters'  list for the year 1919 are required  to make a statutory declaration bf  qualification, whicb declaration  must be delivered to the Clerk of  they Municipality within two. days  after it is made, and not later than  five (5) o'clock in the afternoon of  the 31st day of October, 1918.  Form of declaration can be obtained  at the City Hall.  Dated, October  11th. 1918,  ERNEST GROVES,  .;,.,<. City Clerk-  I  paper soaring higher and higher, B-H   Fresconette  becomes even more important to the home-owner.  FRESCONETTE  is a durable flat-tone oil paint���������������������������it gives a restful, smooth,  flat finish���������������������������a permanent mush that sunlight will not fade.  With B-H Fresconette ������������������as your wall ninth, the surface  may be as easily washed as tiles, leaving the walla  bright and dean.   Thus it is the hygienic method  as well as the artistic one.  ,.   In the soft, velvety tones of B-H Fresconette.  vou   will  find a the   perfect   combination   of  beauty, sanitation and economy.  20 beautiful shades and white, the latter  making the ideal foundation for enamel work.  Let us help you select the colors to provide  the right background for your home furnishings���������������������������let us advise you how to combine  the tones so as to provide in your rooms an  atmosphere of good cheer and restful  harmony. ,     -      V  Fulton  Hardware  Co.. Ltd  ENDERBY, B.C.  Winter- Cream  the success or failure of a Creamery depends  largely on the amount of Winter Cream that can be  secured. .  We have made a success of the Creamery during the Summer andlf we can, this coming winter,  keep up the output success is assured.  Our Directors appeal to you as a patron to  take advantage of the high prices which must be paid  for butterfat during the coming winter. Make preparations now for winter cream.  Our Directors also appeal to the small producer to continue patronage even though theamowit  be small. A large number of small producers w������������������  help out the output to a wonderful extent.  I-  !'  InrfflprnPlPP  ������������������ts  Pitt W nt fpiir Pwn mm  We can't pay our ta*ef. We must hare the money, Vow wipf  we lose.  The City refuses to sell for taxes so we must.  Within the next two weeks we will offer for sale at public auction  without reserve, between thirty aud forty desirable City J*ot*. Thfir  yon can bay at yonr own price. We will give Indefeasible Title to these  lots���������������������������the best title possible to secure.  WA.TCJJ rOBPOSTEliS NEST WEEK  ArmttronQ-OMnaqan Mind  Company Limited  Cost little but reach raany.an^areiirsMess puller. o|  business.   Try one in The COMMONER. 2c & lc a wqnf :hursday, oct. 24,1918
OKANAGAN COMMONER
IUST CONTINUE EFFORTS
i'ood  Situation Still Demands
Utmost Efforts of Farmers.
GENERAL EVACUATION
Tension in the food situation
\n Europe, says Canada Food
ioard, has been eased. The
[cute shortage of last winter is
lot present. But they have not
lelaxed a particle the strict in-.
vidual   rationing   in   Britain,' the withdrawal from the occu-
rance and Italy.   A perusal of pied territory have now been ar-
German Troops Clearing Out of
France and Belgium
According to a dispatch from
the American headquarters in
the field, the elements of the
German army opposing the
Americans have been told that
all plans for an armistice and
lhe unexpected' conditiojns de-
bribed by Dr. James. W. Rob-
Irtson will surprise most readers. Besides, there is the gaunt
[act tliat nearly 5,000,000 people
lave died of starvation or malfunction through the war. Can
re, dare we, in Canada ignore
decimation which would total over one-half of our own
jopulation?
Reserves of food should be
luilt up where reserves should
le built up���������in Europe.    Tliat
xl must come from this side;
cannot come by the work of
Jliose whose husbands and sons
Ire fighting. Common prudence
Jictates this. Harvests arc always uncertain; millions who
.rcre well oft' four years ago are
llerally living from hand to
liouth. Some French towns
Jill have but three days' supply
|t* bread. A break in railway
t������importation may mean pri-
|ation, hunger and all its incon-
ranged. The plan, it is stated,
embraces the withdrawal of the
German troops twenty kilometers while the Allied armies
withdraw ten kilometers. Then,
with a neutral strip of thirty-
kilometers between tlie armies,
the general withdrawal will
commence, the Allied armies
halting ten kilometers from tlie
German frontier until peace is
signed.
An American sergeant captured by the Germans on Wednesday was taken a considerable
distance behind thc German
lines by his captors, given biscuits and a liquor ration and
then turned loose. His captors
said that thc war would soon be
over and thcy did not want to
bother with prisoners. Thc
sergeant regained "the American
lines at dark without diilicultv.
Must Redouble Efforts
mad dog is destroyed', tliat is to
say, until your military power is
destroyed, or you havc surrendered unconditionally.' "
This is a statement of Mr. E.
cnicnccs. The U-boat cam-
lign-continues unabated. Directed first here and then thcrc
requires a continual vigil of
ic Allied fleets of four nations
) overcome it.
Food workers at thc begin-
ing of thc winter season can do
othing   belter,   nothing   more
atiuotic  than   to  repeat  again R   w    d   chairman of the Vic-
nd again that our share ct ipod.t        L cmpl,asfeing the ne
ar work is only just beginning. ^ f con^ntl.ation of at-
Icasurcd by our unprepared- ^u - ' thc min { an(,
ess ot fit teen months ago   wc ,   fi       the   f ^      fh t   it
i   h if nor' .1 ���������<���������
>,,,., ,      ,      ������    Vmay not bc necessarv if  peace
.iandord than ever has been set |      ->c oSQon     u .        ite cvlidcnt
y our own success, loday wc|lh t a relaxation of efforts on
ave the organization; wc have, Vicforv Loan linesis one f the
much   better   understanding ,mosl (-,angcrous phascs thjat thc
country faces in. the next few
weeks.
"The effect should bc to make
x x
x FAGS x
X
Slight Decrease in Yield
An average yield  of twelve
Kjand a half bushels per acre for
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX spring wheat and sixteen and a
When the cold is making ice-cream ! h^buS^k f������^ faU, w^* *or
of the marrow of you bones, jaU. Canada is given by ihe Do-
When you're shaking like a jelly I minion Bureau of Statistics m
and vour feet are dead as stones, lts perhmmary estimate of ay-
When Vour clothes and boots and eTa&e. >7elds. Per aFe��������� ������f %
blankets, and your rifle and your principal ^am crops of Canada
kit j during 1918.   Last year tlie fall
Are soaked from hell to breakfast^v,e^ averaged twenty-one aiid
and the dugout where you sit       Ia half bushek PeF *���������%P$* f,������r
Is leaking like a basket and upon *** ten year period 1908-17 the
the muddy floor TTf6 V*��������� was twenty-three
The water lies~in fllthy pools, six bushels. Sprang wheat averaged
inches deep or more; meen  a"d .a balf bushels  last
year and nineteen bushels for
the decimal period.
For other crops the respective
averages are in bushels per acre
���������oats, 33 as against 331/4 and
35yo: barley, 251/& as against 23
and 27; flax, 5V4 as against &y>
and 10y2.
Though life seems cold and miserable, and all the world is wet,
You'll always get through somehow if you've got a cigarette.
When  you're  lying  in   a  listening
post 'way out beyond the wire,
While a blasted hun, behind a gun,
is doing rapid fire;
When the bullets whine above your
head, and sputter on the ground,
When   your  eyes  are  strained   for
every move, your cars for every
sound;
You'd bet your life a hun patrol is
prowling somewhere near,
Substitutes for wheat are
available in abundance. Thev
must be used. Our tables will
be enriched by them.
"There is but onc answer of
the Allied nations and of Canada to Germany: 'You have let .... ..     .     .
loose a mad dog on civilization. L1andflhia 8"nS f��������� i   \
Thc war must go on until that^hon the parapet goes up in chunks
-   -       .     .     .������        ....    t^ J     }ind settles down m dust, <���������
When the roly-poly 'rum jar' comes
Our  food  saving  success  in
1918 should be an incentive for
A shiver runs along your spine that greater effort in 1919.
is very much like fear; i   , Wc havc learned the habit of
You'll stick it to the finish but I'll fo(Ki savi���������g.    if Wc continue it
make a little bet��������� '"will become a Canadian virtue.
You'd   feel   a   whole Vot  better  if,     Untji   evcry  citiZCn   cats   onc
you had a cigarette. | pound of fish a week, wc shall
' be below the right scale.
When   Fritz   is   starting   something  w	
|mong thc people, and we have,
Hisequcntly, a far greater oh-
Igation. The work must bc car-
lied on.
xxxxxxxxxxx
BUY VICTORY BONDS
the nation redouble its efforts,
not only to achieve the objective
of. the minister of finance, but
to greatly exceed it.
"What we are witnessing now
is Germany's peace' ofliensive.
XXXXXXXX-XXXXXXXX she   is   waging   peace   as   she
f������Q. Are Canadians beginning' ���������ff& 4war' unscrupulously, but
1 ^          ���������*-������.- ������ | with    tremendous    vigor    and
'force and skill.    Having with-
Hio never saved a dollar before stood  hcr military onsloughts
X
X
X
X
appreciate Victory Bolids? ~j}vilh    tremendous    visor    and
A. They are decidedly.. Many *������rce, and
ho never saved a dollar before ^tooa  ,lcr .
>w. own   Victory  Ponds  and for l������tr 3*ara are we to sue
ve created  their first Mn������W cum������> to ,,1,ep Jft* ^P������c���������bc?l
l.������      Tbey have learned the peace   onslaught?   . For, forty
*<i<mi* rrf savinfl and bv buv- >,ea|,s Germany deceived us with
feS^^^ A few
���������'Jt is unthinkable tliat we can
immediately accept them. It is
possible that Germany's peace
hose people .now bave some-
ling better than gold.
'~  Dp yow mean to -.���������   .,
tends are better than gold?
|t bas proved a welcome' addi-
(m to tbe annual income.
]Q.  Vou  mean tbat  Victory
over-subscription in tbe approaching Victory J<oan for
Canada?
"That wowW bo ������ magnipcent
answer for Canada. tomaHe to
|Q, Uq yow me������n to say View
i Yes    If vou have Hold and *\"������w^ ?or %A������mm.f������.������w^w fw
Isit in a cbest or safety 4e-
Isit box, it earns no interest,
hj|e Victory ftonfa wbicb are
1 safe as gold, *w4 are payable
^golclrearn^S^per^cent:
=qpbe-fo||owingextract-is=from
|Q. is tbat ������ good rale of in- a Hter from an Engjisb officer
l-est? at tbe front, quoted m tbe Lon-
|a. It is .  Loo|c at it thi* way.!<ton Tbnes: wWben I was up m
Jtbe interest on a Victory Pon<} tbe trencbes recently I saw nu-
��������� merous owls. Tbey used to flap
about among the tremejw* *t
night, quite regardless of sbe||������
qind ������mpei������. getting a fine Jw
vest of rats and mice, witb
wbicb tbe trenches literally
swarm.    Tbey  were   tbe
compounded, your original
m ) bond, witb interest, would
kount to. f200 in |4 yef#������-
He $J00 in go}d for U year*
]d it would sUII be only tbe
Lginal $100. And remember,
(000 in Victory Ponds would
]j4 ywrs amount to $2,000.
Ifow do bonds and dollar
compare?
Tbe same country���������Can-
h���������tbat puts its promise on
foliar bill puts tbe same pro-
on a Victory, 3ond.
Reaving patriotic reasons
|e, why should a man buy
[tory 3onds yeilding 5V^ per
}t wben be can get 7 per cent
something else?
K. The something else is not
\i, and, furthermore, Victory
ids  are  free  from  income
Remember, the whole of
Pominion of Canada is se-
Jity for that 5V& per cent. In
fct, Canadians are fortunate
[get such a high rate. The
(pie of Britain, France, Aus-
Via and the United States do
get as much.
Eat more fish all the year
Ind; it is wholesome, brain-
jming and delicious.
!>.tg
brown ow|s. Tbey always disappeared two bours before
dawn. I could never make out
wbere to, but I suppose to tbe
woods betund tbe bnes."
One fifty Pollar Victory Pond
Will:
Piiy 1,400 rifle cartridges, or
|00 band grenades, or
J|04 rifle grenades, or
JO gas masks, or
50 pairs of soldiers socks,
or   10   pairs   of   soldiers*
boots, or
knives,. forks  and  spoons
for a company, or
Pay Canada's war bill for 4 1-3
seconds, or
One soldier for 40 days, or
Feed 100 soldiers for 40 days, or
Buy   1,000   yards   of   adhesive
tape.
Economize,  not  criticise,  in
national food matters.
a- wobbling thro' the air
Till it lands upon a dugout and thc
dugout isn't there;
When  the  air  is  full  of dust and
smoke   and   scraps' of  steel  and
noise,
And  you  think  you're booked   for
golden crowns and other heavenly joys; o
When your nerves are all a-tremble
and  your brain is, all a-fret���������.
It  isn't  half so' hopeless  if you
have a cigarette.
When you're waiting for the whistle
and your foot is on the step,
You bluff yourself; "it's lots of fun"
���������and all the time you hep
To the fact that you may stop one
'fore you've gone a dozen feet,.
And you wonder what it feels like
and your thoughts are far from
sweet;
Then you think about a little grave
with "R. 1. P." on top,
And your backbone's limp as water
and you're bathed in icy. sweat���������
Why, you'd, feel a .whole Jot better
if you had a cigarette. ^
Then, when you stop a. good one,
and the stretcher-hearers come
And patch you up with strings and
splints, and handages, and sum;
When you ttunK you've, go* a million wounds and ttfty thousand
breads,
And your h������dy's inst a blasted sack
packed full of. pains and aches;
When you feel yem've reached the
finish, and you're sure your num-
her's up,
And you feel as wealc as Belgian
heer and helpless as a pup;
Put you Jwiow, that you're not down
and out, that life's worth living
yet��������� -
When some old war-wise ped Cross
guy slips you a cigarette.. j
W*pr can do without maconachies
and hwily and hard tocjc,
When Frite's curtain Ore Jfreeps the
jgtign_pacties_ .hack;
TRY
JAVA MOCHA
COFFEE
for Ilreafcfast and see
how pleasant the rest
of the day passes.
Canadian  Food   Control   License Nos.
5- 860, 8-9939
Star Bakery
Armstrong* tt. C
Q. f. ft. J4cense No. 9-3400
qjioiceuf m������������t������ oJ*.dwl>Je.
q*q. j. fthnrnt
werby ,
We can do without our greatcoats,
and our shirts and sox and shoes'
���������We might almost, (th?' 1 doubt,
it) get along without our tjaoze; I
We can do without "K. I*. and O."
and military laws;
We can beat the ancient Israelites
at making bricks from straws;
We can do without a lot of things,
and still get there, you het���������
Put I'd hate to think of soldier-
ing without a cigarette.
Tbe little boy was on bis
knees in bis little nigbtie saying
bis prayers, and bis little sister
could not resist tbe temptation
to tickle the soles of lus feet.
He stood it as long as be could,
and then said: "Please, God, excuse me while I knocjc the stuffing out of Nellie."
Should you desire business, it
is business to go after it in a
businesslike manner. Tliat is
why the leading merchants of
every town use the columns of
tlie local paper. They know this
paper reaches ninety per cent of
the reading public.
I have a large list of enquiries
from the Prairie Provinces for
Mixed Farms and Stock Ranches.
Mail your descripUons of properties direct to the oflice. ������
GEO. MICKLEBOROUGH
Box 398 Vernon
as������������^.3:������ijj^v-, n
RFRTHTRY
Pr PtWt 1������?������ of*M one of,
the most modern fJenm |N������r������
4or������Jn4he4*terioiLof.Priti������h=
Columbia in the W. ft.
Smith 3lock, above tbe Ok-
anagao Grocery, Vernon, ft.O,
Special attention to out of
town patients,
phot* 343 or writr for ������ppoi������t-
wrntf.
PR. PFNT
pwtiit
VWNQN. B-C
MAPI IN
ARMSTRONG
Ufljes' Suits
Men's Suits
domes Cleaned. Pressed
Altered and Repaired
5
ALEX. AMIR j |
ESTABLISHED    18 72]
BANK. OF HAMILTON
What may happen after the war is uncertain,
but the manor woman with a Savings Account
has no occasion to worry. Save now while earnings are high. Open a Savings Account witb
the Bank of Hamilton.
ARMSTRONG BRANCH
H. L. Paynter.
THE TELEPHONE SAVES
ALWAYS
Ordinarh'we do not consider the
telephone. It is there on the wall
and if we want to talk to -someone
we use it. When wc are doing something else, we forget about it. The
telephone is just like a member of
one's family���������we know it is always
there when wanted and' it never n ,
fails us.
Just like a member of one's
family, the telephone would be missed mightly if it were not in its place.
Day in and day out, through the
night, at all times, the telephone is
alwavs readv to serve.
Br- mf
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now wliile the
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^^^Tbe-ppmi-olon-law���������agains^tbe-sellina-of-
butter witbout tbe words "Pwry ^utterr or
������������������Creamery Putter"���������as tbe case may be���������printed
on tbe butter wrap, is a blessing in disgube to tbe
average farmer.
It is tbe duty of every butter malcer to com-
ply witb tbe law In tbw matter. Some butter
maker* bave only a cow or two, and make ������o bttle
butter tliat it does not appear to tnem tbat tbey
can afford to bave tbeir butter wrap* printed.
Tbey do not like tbe idea of baving 390 or JQQQ
butter wrap* on band. To accommodate tbi������
class of buttermakera, we bave printed up
a quantity of "Custom" Butter Wrap������: Tbey are
printed wifb tbe word* freub Pany Butter" but
do not bear tbe name of tbe maker. However,
tbese wrappers fill tbe requirements of tbe law
governing this point, and can be bought in small
quantities at tbe rate of 65c a bundred in 100 or
50 lots. If you do not require butterwraps in
larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.
500, Single Order.    ���������    ���������    $3.75
1000   "      M   -      -       475
Wato   nw    whll   otber order*, $3.50 tad $4.50
THE WALKER PRESS        THE CARY PRESS
Enderby, B.C. Armstrong, B.C. .-;  -s -1  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1918  Electric lamps. 25 and 40 Watt Tungsten  lamps. 50c.     60 Watt 60c  JRayo Lamps give a brilliant light,  equal to 50 caudle power circular  wick, handsome  in   appearance.  -  prices  $3.SO and $4.SO.  ���������������������������-.\  '���������������������������Stella" lamp, uickle plated, with D  burner, price. SjS 1.75  Glass stand lamps  at 75c aud $1...  Huy through the local canvassers. The commission they earn  is donated to the Red Cross, Home Comfort Club and Y.M.C.A.  If you buy through the bank tbis commission is lost.  Lanterns.    Plain tin. with   short  or' long  globe  Will stand any wind.  $1.50.  price  Similar lanterns, japaned and   rust   procf.  Price $1.65. --'  '^ .'  Buy one ot our Foot or Bed Warmers,  not leak.     Better than rubber bottles.  Made   of   stonp.     Will  Price $1   SO each.  FOR THE BOYS OVERSEAS  ���������������������������buy G-illette razors and blades.  Anso Strop razors and blades, and  canned heat".  Wo have a few dozen pint Perfect Seal sealers fo Jpl SO dcz.  A HOT  /RON  **_  rs^������������������cjs^ir-<^.<^) A COLD  fe^ST*^ HANDLE  Sack twine, per ft $l.QO  Sack-needles ea  25c  and  40c  Stove "pipe, long length 5Qc  S. P . Elbows, each   4-Oc  Asbestos irons per set of  3 $4.50  Mrs. Potts' irons, per set  of-3 $3.25  Polishing irons ea 90c  Fruit ladders $4.50  Stove polish .... JJj.5c  S. P. Enamel . . . 25c  Soot destroyer   ..  \ 5c  Repair your own shoes   with "one   of  our  ������������������������������������������������������Economy" cobbling sets.      Set consists of 3 lasts and stand, shoe knife, owl,  hammer and needles, price' $150  Half soles 50c and 60c  Shoe nails lOc.   Shoe,Was 5c.  $7.50 Cash  Puts  this   New Edison  Diamond Ambrola  o<  ><0. , .  V-:'f|  .1  F*  j   together   with, twelve   ujnvearable  | Blue Amberol records of your own  j  choice, in your home.    Balance on  j  easy  monthly payments.     Price  of  No. 72 outfit same as at Winnipeg,  ancl   YOU   SAVE    THE    EXPRESS  CHARGES    by   buying    from    the  local distributors of���������������������������  Ii 100' STATf QiltfiV CO."  .  .     ���������������������������' ...      o ...  .  Verncn,   B.C.  The Edison Distributors of  *~TfS  JLne  5  BRINGS ABOUT THE NECESSITY OF WARMER CLOTHING AND CLp'TH  WE HAVE ALL THE- STAPLE LINES AND MANY OF THE FANCY  LINES. THE QUALITIES WERE CHOSEN A YEAR AGO, AND CANNOT BE REPLACED AT ANYWHERE NEAR THE PRESENT'PRICE.  THE QUALITIES ARE LIMITED IN EACH CASE. SO���������������������������BUY EARLY.  MANY LINES CANNOT BE REPLACED.  01  SI  V EDISON  Send for free price lists of instruments, records and particulars  of FREE  TRIAL  OFFER.  I   FOOD VALUE OF APPLES  Not  Well   Enough   Understood  bv the Average Housewife  KEEP WARM WITH THIS  Heavy grey Flannelette Sheeting, 2 yards'  in width: very soft, fleecy quality; only one  bolt���������������������������and we cannot secure any more of  this   quality;   per  yard   ........ ....   SI.10  CORSETS  We have just received an extensive range  .of new models in C-C a   la Grace'Corsets:  for all types of figures.    We invite you to  look them over���������������������������all prices  ..$1.75 to $-1.75  YARNS  grey  3-pfry, good quality,      S3.75  i  ' Black, red and  washed  yarns   . .'   Khaki   KHAKT    HANDKERCHIEFS���������������������������new  soft hemstitched linen: each  .....'.  . /O  stock;  ioc  BOYS' WORSTED STOCKINGS  Boys' 2-1 Ribbed Worsted Hose'; very  heavy ancl durable; and'surely a bargain;  sizes'6^, 7, IS2 and 8 only; just a few pair  left; per pair . . . ... . . ....... ... . . . .     (35c  MEN'S SOX  Genuine Heather Mixture;  grades  in   the   Valley   today;   2  LUMBERMAN'S SOX  the best value  per   pair  60c and 75c  (Formerly German Sox, but the Kaiser is  scared out of his just now)���������������������������all kinds and  colors. Our stock i.s complete, but we cannot secure more at the prices: per pair   $1.00;   $1.40;   $1.60  it tlie Kaiser a Poke in the Eye  uy  a  Victory Bond  See Our Heating' Stoves,  I Thc fruit branch of thc department of agriculture has  published a neat booklet<on apples, which contains 160 recipes  'for cocking.    It says   ! These recipes havc been tested  : bv Miss X. Gertrude MacKay.  , Phg.. B.S.B.A.. Department of  : Domestic Economv. Washing-  j ton. U. S. A.  I     Tlie,. object in  presenting thc  ' pamphlet? to   the  consumers  of  Canada at this time is to arouse  , in their minds thc great necessity of not only conserving food  :for thc Allies in their great war  ���������������������������for liberty, bul also to emphasize thc great value of lhc apple  las an article of food. Those who  iinake a liberal use" of apples will  \serve thc dual purpose of saving for shipment overseas such _  j articles  of  food  as  are Ut for  i that purpose,  and at the same  . lime furnish a useful and valu-.  jablc food for the household.  t    Too many people have never  1 learned    tiie'   art   of    economy  when the time came for stock-  ling up articles of food for thc  J long winter months, and instead  I of storing iri their cellars from  one  to  half  a  dozen boxes  or  barrels   of  apples   in   the   fall.  they have  depended ��������������������������� in  b living  in   small  measures  from ' their  j grocerf  j Tlie apple without question  jis thc king of fruits; whether  fresh. dried, - evaporated or  canned, it is a wholesome food,  easily prepared, attractive and  palatable at all times.  Apples vary in flavor and texture. They are often marketed  before thcy are mature, and the  cooking and keeping qualities  are thus injured: None of the  soft, insipid apples are suitable  for preserving. Tlie sound, tart  apples arc best for this purpose.  Apples are at their best in the  fall and early winter, and spice  need not bc added. as_ their fla-  ^r'~canh"ot^b^mT]7rovedJ  SPECIAL  Brown Turkish Towels :'lSx32: extra value;  just now only two dozen pair, at  . .   COc  SPECIAL  Men's Black Mackinaw Pants: genuine Oxford Mackinaw; very heavy; per pr, $7.50  II  ff  a  ���������������������������   *K     ���������������������������      *  f  I  i  VI  if  f        * *���������������������������  ii  ***     (���������������������������  0  V.vl  SB*  0  j a  j  (j    General Merchants The Big Store Armslrong, B. C.  Can. Food Control License  No. S-22.3G6  0'  il  r  , X)  >()<=>()<  ><)<  >(Q  CLASSIFIED ADYTS.  2e a  worrl   first insertion: lea word  thereafter.    -So minimum  ,FOR    SALE���������������������������An    aged    mare    at  siving-away. price:  weight  about j  ,1000    pounds.       Apply    Box   Ji., I  Commoner Office.  Armstrong.  FOR   SALE���������������������������3  .   months  old.  clerby.  heifers.   21   to   27  I-l.   L-\   Cowan.   En-  64-3  I-*J)R SALE���������������������������Two heifers, about to  freshen: also cows. W. H. Norman. Armstrong.  6 4  Paradoxical as it may seem,  in order to havc cur soldiers go  ahead we havc to back them up.  >  tail-Smith Hard'e Co, ltd,  CORNER HARDWARE ARMSTRONG, 5. C.  PHONE 33    ���������������������������  tWe Okanagan Garage  Phone 77 Armstrong, B.C.  I have been appointed one of the  "Victory Bond solicitors, but may  not be able to call on YOU. Call  at the Drug- Store. In this way  we may help each other.  E. T, ABBOTT  Druggist and Stationer  Armstrong, B. C.  A LIFT WHEN YOU NEED IT���������������������������  is what many of us are looking for and  that's what  OUR GARAGE  stands ready to   do���������������������������make  prompt  repairs when you   need them���������������������������supply the  qest accessories when vou  want   them.  McLaughlin and Chevrolet Cars  TUNGS-T0NE STYLUS  Needle will play .from. 50 to 200  records  without changing.  Victor Records  90c for two selections  Jf. S. BEST  Armstrong,   BC.  FOR  SALE���������������������������A  Bargain���������������������������The  west  half of the N.W.  fourth, of Sec.  23. Tp. 34. Osoyoos Div. of Yale  Dist.    Write offer to owner, 110  ������������������������������������������������������25th St.. W. Saskatoon, Sask. 64-2  FOR SALE ��������������������������� Cheap ��������������������������� 7-roomed  house, with bath and hot ancl  cold water; good barn: centrally  located: easy terms. Apply P.  E. JM.. Commoner .Oflice. Enderby.'  64-tf  WANTED ���������������������������A girl for general  housework. Apply. Mrs. P. .H.  Murphy, Enderby. C4-tf  FOR SALE���������������������������Red brinclle cow: due  to calve 12lh November; heavy  milker.    Applv. J. "O. Henson. 62  WATsTED^A ~go~ocl���������������������������HTjhsteiri^cowrr  3 or 4 vears old.    Coming in next  June   or   Julv.     Write   J.   Large,  Hupel P. O.   STRAYED���������������������������r Onto my place about  mid-summer, red cow and calf. '  branded "A. S." on ribs, left ear;  split, ring in nose. If not- claimed !  within 3*0 days, will be sold foiy  expenses. G. - Schubert, Arm- ���������������������������  stron g        64-4t-  PIANO  l-'UR  SALE���������������������������No   rea.-.omible  offer refused. Mrs. E. W. Winter.'  LOST���������������������������A   brown   mare   with   "H"'  branded on left hip. and a strap,  around nock when she left home ;  .*10   reward   for   any   pel son   returning same  lo  W.  II.  Norman.  -Armstrong. -��������������������������� 61 :  ���������������������������j < i  Groceries  Your  Winler   Underwear  until  it  is   too  late..     "Woollens  areV  scarce.   Wc are sole agents" for ;  STANFIELD'S���������������������������the best'on the;  market.  How about a House of JJob- -  berlin Suit AJade to Order for  winter?' . V.  Canadian pood Control  License No. 8-^7170.  ^liderby* ft. C. L   ,  4  if  a  il  ,A\  i  FOR - SALE���������������������������Pure-bred while Wy-;  andotte cockerels- from Guild's j  bred-to-lov strain. 82 each. W.J  ���������������������������R.  F.  Collis.  Lansdowne.     . 61-tf j  FOR SALE���������������������������White sewing machine, good as new: S40. Also  cutter in good condition. Mrs..  ' T. Thomas, Box 108, J Armstrong.  FOR     SERVICE���������������������������Purebred     Yorkshire boar. Turner & Donaldson.  .:   JEnderby. "  PIANO TUNING & REPAIRING  CHARLES QUINN  Direct from Toronto factory and  authorized Tuner for Mason &  Risch. Ltd. Will be in Armstrong  and district during October. Address Box 9S.    Kelowna.    -  heating  prices  ton Herdwere Co. ltd  ENDERBY, B.C.  1  ti  il  ���������������������������a  U  Save for Victory!

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