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 X. -..:'  ARMSTRONG,  B.  Q.  ENDERBY,  B.C.  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND ARMSTRONG ADVERTISER.  .���������������������������  Vol. XV., No. 39, Whole No. 761  ARMSTRONG. B.C..   THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1918  Subscription. $2.00 Der vear: 5c the codv  Spallumcheen Council  in Regular Session  The regular meeting of the  Municipal Council of; Spallum-,  chccn was held in thc 'Municipal Pte  Hall, Saturday, Sept. 21st, "with  Reeve Keary in" thc chair and  Councillors Worthington, Hassen, Henson, Dodds and Somers  present.  Communications were received  from Mr. McCallum and Mr.  Freeman thanking thc council  for expressions of sympathy.  R. R. Perry, solicitor, wrote  regarding lhc A. Fruno mortgage, slating lhal hc had bcen  unable lo locate Mr. Fruno:  A. E. Sage wrote the council  OPEN WARFARE  Kenneth L. Hunter Writes  of the Glories of It.  SPANISH INFLUENZA  Provincial Department of  Health Sends Out Information on How to Forestall It  The provincial health department has printed and circulated  throughout the province official  bulletins  on Spanish influenza,  Mrs.  Hunter is in receipt of, lhc   highly   infectious    discace  the  following  letter  from  her now epidemic in  Eastern  Can-  son in France: ��������������������������� |ada and  lhc United Slates.    It  My dear Molhcr:    I received is headed "Warning, to Bc Forc-  the parcel dated July ICth a few j warned is to Bc Forearmed." It  days  ago.     It  was  certainly  a  then gives public advice, as fol-  Ircat.    We had just come out,lows:  The,   reports   iu    thc   daily  ARMSTRONG PUBLIC  SCHOOL REPORT  Division 1���������������������������Prisoners of War  Fund, $2.25.  Perfect in Attendance���������������������������Basil  Bailey, Bernardino Cross, Thos. I  Fowler, Molly-'Holliday, Louise  Kettelson, Beatrice Mitchell,  Winnifrcd Ossenton, Hazel  Ross, Jean Stokes, Luc}' Waugh.  Leonard Wood.       f  Division 2���������������������������Prisoners of War  Fxmd, $1.10..  Perfect Attendance and  Punctuality: Elbert Aslin, Edith  Cross*- Ernest  Empey,   Harold  Council  Progressive Action  of   the  lines  ifhd  were  hungry|     "The   reports   iu  and    tired.      lt   was   certainly  press   give  an   account   of   the; Kettelson, Carl Maas, Flora Mc-  grand.    I enjoyed every bit of j alarming spread of influenza on Donald, Bert Nappcr, Florence  regarding interest and laxes on  lhc Armstrong Okanagan Land  Company property.  Messrs. Heggie & DeBcck, of  Vernon, wrote regarding watcr  standing in front of the Scott-  McMillan properly, Pleasant  Valley road.  Thc clerk submitted thc audited statement to June 30, 1918,  which was received and filed.  A comriuinication' was received <from L* & A. Co., re. extension of Larkin watcr system  to the north .boundary of Sec.  35, in which Mr. Heggie was of  the opinion that the system as  a whole should bear tlie cost, as  they were already a heavy ratepayer oh this system,' and for  -which so far they had derived  no benefit. This matter was laid  over until a petition was presented. Mr. Heggie also offered  to reference the new road through  their properly if the council will  change thc width of the road to  I have^ this continent. The epidemic bc-j Patten,  "lokcs,  it.    The socks fit fine  been wearing them now two or'gan in Europe last year and has  three days. crossed lhc Atlantic.    It is very  Oh, lhal,peanut butter! It was prevalent in  the Eastern cities  simply delicious. Wc havc becn and  wc  may  c:;pcct  il  in   the  doing some marching lately and  I made sandwiches out of my  bread ration to cat on thc road.  I am particularly fond of peanut butter.  I havc been answering nearly  all my letters last month by  whiz bangs  (field cards.)    We  havc been so busy the officers avoid catching it; if you do con-  did not havc time to censor our,tract it, then it is your duty to  letters and we scarcely had time your neighbors to prevent them  to write.    Our spare time was from getting it from you  West  "People arc very much given  to underrating thc effect of this  disease and to regard it as a  mere common cold. Remember  this  it  is  very  infectious,  and  Sarah Ross, Evelyn  Alma Watson,. Grace  Wilson,  Beatrice  Wilson. .  Honor Roll: Carl Maas, Bert  Nappcr, Grace Wilson, Elbert  Aslin, Alma Watson.  Division 3���������������������������Prisoners of War  Fund, $2.45.  Standing in Class: Yetta Wollen,    Dorothy   Thomas,    Joyce  Enderby will have a public  tie shed, a watering trough and  a rest room, with all the conveniences essential' thereto, if  the present plans of the City  Council arc carried out.  Thc petition which was generally signed last week, received  .a most cordial reception at the  special  meeting..of  the  council  last  Monday evening.    Thc petition asked only with regard to  ithe    lie    shed    and    watering  trough, but llie councilmen concluded  to go farther if it were  found lo be possible, and to pro-  I vide  a  rest  room  for  man  as  'well as beast.    Thc matter was  placed in the hands of Aid. Gay-  :lord and Aid. Hartry to investigate and report as to the possibility   of   obtaining   a ^suitable  Site for a shed, also as to the  possibility of obtaining a room  or   building    which    could   be  Merchants' National Association  Stokes,   Maurice   Collis,   Ruth f\ucc\ Up for the use of visitors  you owe it to yourself and your Thomas, Dorothy Stokes, Mar-. As lhe ' rintcr scason is fast apI  neighbors  to do everything to lon  Grinton,  Louis Fuenfgeld, Leaching, and it is necessary to  act quickly if anything" is to be  done in this direction, it was ar  all taken up by a. few  or an eye shut, as  wc  ���������������������������only one eye shut at a  saying,  40 feet, complying with lhc Bylaw governing the width of all  by-roads.    This was ordered to  .be taken up with the solicitor.  *%jln Vthe 'S in-latter;.; of   account  L^lahistyJMr: ''^JsBrpy^-fo^.^'P1-.  l?!$ingi������������������thte������������������X^  '^vsteni^^  _ chased ..from   the L.  & A.  Co.,  , Mivclicggic could  not  pay  the  "amount ."agreed     to    by    Mr.  Brown, viz.  $000, for connecting lhe* property.   Thc property  had been laken back by lhe syndicate, and thcy were in no way  responsible    for    arrangements  made by Mr. Brown, the L. & A.  Co. never Inning agreed to put  water   on   lhc   property.     The  Council decided to enquire further into the claim against Mr.  J3rown   before   giving   instructions to the commissioner-to cut  the waler olf. ~  The Reeve reported that Mrs.  Malpass   requests    a    road   out upper  from their property. Thc Reeve  and     Councillor     Worthington  Avere asked   lo arrange if possible for right-of-way.  -,   Thc annual grant of $400 was  ordered paid lo thc Agricullural  Association, as  well as  the following accounts  passed by  lhc  financy commillcc:  llSchooLsaliirics ��������������������������� .-...   nearly  winks  call it  time.  It is still fine weather over  here. A couple of-^ nights ago  we had a real heavy shower, but  it was only enough to lay the  dust for a time  Weil, folks, what do you  thiiik of thc war now? What is  the general opinion around  home? I'll tell you my opinion  ���������������������������I think it is just great now.  This open warfare lias it all  beaten.    -  .,. When;Tyoii get old Fritz, going  soy. fast  It begins as a common cold,  headache, pains in muscles,  chill, fcclingJof cold in the head,  soreness of throat, fever. Keep  warm, send for the doctor, and  keep the other members of thc  family out of the rooml If the  children . complain, kcep^ them  at home, and remember, if care  is not taken, that the after effect;  Clarence Fletcher, James Somerset.  Punctuality and Regularity���������������������������  Louis Fuenfgeld, Clarence Fletcher, Kenneth Hardwick, Thos.  Patrick, Dorothy Stokes, Dorothy Thomas, Ruth Thomas,  Yetta Wollen,, William Wright.  Division 4^���������������������������Prisoners of War  Fund, 70 cents'.  Third Reader: Helen Hornby,    Dorothy  Watson,  Frieda   Kra-i Penticton; which he attended on  mer.     Second   Reader:   Mabel behalf of the citv.  Geo: S. Houliain, field organizer of the Retail Merchants*  Association of Canada, Inc.,  visited Enderby last Saturday  evening, accompanied from  Armstrong by Mr. Armstrong  and Mr. McPhail, president and  secretary of thc association organized at the latter place last  week. Thc meeting was held in  tlie King Edward hotel, and  proved a very interesting coming together.  . Mr. Hougham is'a clear, convincing speaker, and his talk,  showing what the national association is doing, was listened  to with marked attention by all.  Among other things taken up,  Mr. Hoiigham explained \yhat  is being done in dealing" with  the mail order house problem.  In Manitoba, he said, it has become so serious that the province has made provision to  bonus general stores in some  of the small towns in order to  keep  business   there,   for. it  is  I  > ������������������i  ���������������������������!;'  ]<  |;  fl  1;  ranged that a special meeting of, recognized that if^the province  the council shall bc held Monday, Oct. 7th, for the purpose of  receiving the committee's report and deciding on the action  to be taken.  Aid. Nichol reported on the  proceedings of thc Good Roads  and   Municipal   conventions   at  ^"ucl; Lingings  of the disease is the cause of the | gafet ������������������&ton anfl Robert Horn-  Clodagh   Bray,  Mar-  deaths.    Isolation of thc patient!  will prevent the spread of the  disease.  "The United Stales troops in  camp in the cast have*- suffered  o severely,  and the surgeon-gen-  theyjJhfantry,. artillery. cralTias issued directions, sonic  ""*'*' -   " ������������������������������������������������������-- .bT^wjKicliMWJ4-;TO  c|irnes^  ten tion   lind   recommend   that  growing - under  by even.  Perfect  Attendance:    Hattie  hdtjmiich grass  bis. fc������������������t these  days. Onc day thc cavalry got  him and old Frilz got on his  knees wilh his hands stretched Smother  up crying "Mercy, kamaradc!"  (Just "as if lhcy were our comrades!) Thcy certainly can't be  an enemy and a comrade at thc I mouth,   was  Tlie" clerk called attention to  tlie urgency of having cracks in  tlie cement sidewalk on . north  side of-Mill street repaired, as  Austin,",. Mabel Clayton,. Elsie j frosty, weather -Svas to be'ex-;  Griiitori, Eva Grinton, Jennie pected-imthe near .future; 'when  Griritbn, Ernestiha MicieliJ,:Dor-Jit w'oiild^ndC-Impossible to/doUrate L. Noi  otiiy&Watsbriv Winiiifred Wat- ccmeiitiwork .satisfactoriljv The $100 or three months'- imprison?  -���������������������������   .-v,-<-��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� .������������������tm-.-._..,-..       - ... v-f.        :     ���������������������������        ��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������'--~ ��������������������������� "-1----*-' Sri "��������������������������� Walter,-Jackson   of  s*~-**f:       ' ��������������������������� "   *" '   "    "  is to bc built up it is necessary  to retain community centres,  and that these centres cannot,  be retained unless they, have the  facilities for business offered by  community stores.  The following officers' were  elected for the Enderby, organization: President, A.Fulton; 1st  vice, S. H: Speers; 2nd vice, S.  Teece; treasurer,-Roy Wheeler;  secretary, A. Reeves:  : -" v -  Assisting a Deserter  -   ' ���������������������������" >     - '    *   : ��������������������������� ,j   ��������������������������� -' -h  Last week stipendiary riiagis-  Norris inflicted a fine oi.'.,  J^MJ&isW  FurKr,?S5 cents  r-Rcgju'lar' ��������������������������� Attendance: ^Melvin  mattcril^was yjreferred  L������������������M<iVi=.l'.M.J-_.};   *  *  To  .._*stable>.  all "other  *^"Swdta; inilucn- M-HS&     Harold -, Chambers,  za    is  a  , crowd    disease.    2.  coughs     and  Mary  Finley,, Margaret  Finley,  Ellen Fletcher, Robert Gibson,  I Ernest  Gregory,  Gerald  Glulli-  ccnien P.  with.  Con  ?sSteMhs������������������^^l  s existing in tnc  repaired   forth  merit  i L  ��������������������������� V, tl  v.-H  fl  I  il  s$\\  \*    .'J I  f ���������������������������  same time.    Thcy arc enemies.; through; get  your     ^s,s.&  sneezes; others do not want the i *������������������"^-j^,^"w^'k,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������u    rvnivtl  5* ' <onfeZ^feA^^^PlE(I���������������������������a  made  the habit.  4. .-Pe  as long as tbey can keep us olf'member the three Cs; a clean  with their machine guns, but | mouth, clean skin, and clean  after you get in and nish them clothes. 5. Open the windows,  wilh the bayonet thcy want to \ always, at home, at night';' in  be your kamcrade; none for,the ollice when practicable. 0.  mine. When a man is willing i Your fate may be in your bands  to light as long as he lias the;���������������������������wash your hands before cat  ft.   R.  Perry      JtVIiss   Schon       J,.   IEI.  Fjut      .1.   M.  Wrighl      H. C. Armstrong   "Mrs.   Frcenuin      Treasurer       AV.   Duncan      Work men's  Compensation  .1. Fleklier  '} 20.00  2S.00  100.00  go. on  8.3:',  8.33  :").(������������������;>  52.50  37.05  20.83  hand on you, but after  hc finds you have fought your  way through and got thc upper  hand on him he qui Is and in  five minutes looks like a lifeless cabbage plant lying in the  sun.  Thcrc is only one Gcrman I  havc any use for, that is thc  onc who is wounded, for when  a man's (lown hels_ dowm_WclI,  dear folks at home,  fhis  ing. V. Pon't use a napkin, towel, spejon), fork, g'la'ss or ;cup  that has Ijccii used by another  person and not washed. Provincial Board of Health."  ARMSTRONG RED CROSS  Iffll  There was a  ance of ladies  ncss     meeting  very good allcnd-  at thc last  of     thc  busi-  Rcd  T.   K.   Smith         27.9-1  Advertiser    . . .  .1.  \V.  Glen   . . .  W.  H.  Mills   ..  T. IJ. Scotl   ...  D.   Kei swig   . .  .1.   llodson    . . .  -JMelMinil-Smilh  ;H.   Beattie    . . .  .l.C. Grinlon   .  P.   Rcid   ."..-..  11 Council       15.00  75.00  - 3.50  is ail j Cross  year.    Mrs.  King,  prcsi-  wriic about and it's dent occupied thc chair for thc  1 have had  lo  think;first part of the business meeting.   Rev. Mr. Stott kindly took  charge  of   thc  elections,   when  lhc following   ladies   were ap-  l  have  to  about all  aboul the last two weeks.  I  think of my dear old  and what you are busy at  Often  home  Larger Tractors Favored  Thc tractor demonstration by  lhe Massey-Harris people, at the  2-j?9 Stepney ranch last week proved  3'50'thc pulling qualities of thc trac-  8.00 j tor but did not  .35 of  the  farmers  7.00  M.00  Standing of Pupils in FU*st  )Rcader: Noema Maas, Mclvin  JBinkley, Jennie Williams.  Standing of pupils in Junior  j Second Reader: Gerald Gulli-  van, Ernest Gregory, Afary Finley. ^ _  Division 6���������������������������Prisoners of War  Fund, $2.68.  Second Primer: Irene Gamble,  Marjorie Bailey, Harold Naylor.  First Primer: '.lean Fulton, Ernest ?vlills, Frank Miller.  Perfect Attendance��������������������������� Thos.'  Becker, Helen Best, Eva Clay-  Ion, Teddy Chambers, Irene  Gamble, Ella Griffith, Joe Griffith, Lyda Hoover, Frank, Mil-  lcrr^HaTold"^"aylorr=Frc7l^Nxyiv^  man. Roy Sawyer, Percy Smith,  Pcrvis Smith, Cornelius Tinch-  rocb. Agnes Thomas.  Division 7���������������������������Regularity and  Punctuality:      Wilmcr      Aslin,  Skyrm e-Ifardcastle  ��������������������������� r. ^^^^^^^^^  A quiet wedding was solemnized in  St.   George's  Church,  Enderby,  on   Wednesday,- Oct.  2nd, by Rev. J. R. Gretton,.when J  Miss p. Har'dcastlc, late of New  Westminster, but native of Sur-;aftcvwards   taWng  him  rev.-England^ became the _wifc!,lis car to hfe .place of  'J-.S-S"^*  y*   ii 1-^T.y.  sss. m  -'-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������P'til  .   ."-/*���������������������������;  "    "     tiA������������������  cmony was not of a public na  tilrc, but, in the beautiful surroundings of the Harvest decorations, it was one of thc prettiest" ever celebrated in thc  church. Thc groom has long  been a ponular figure in thc  Armstrong-Endcrby dislrict,  land their many friends will bc  idelighted Ao sec Mr. and Mrs.  j Skyrme al home on old Tlazcl-  bv  llie sjecpy,  sofl-flow-  mci^c;=_==^   S])al luincJiccn  ing  Seriously  Injured  .p.'escape,    ine prosecution,was ��������������������������� -J -' ������������������������������������������������������'**-���������������������������' ���������������������������**  conducted - by-.' Chief Provincial  Constable   Carter,   who   trailed -yV-  the;man io; a -ranch near, JMon- y-^.V--  ashce where hc effected his af-  ^ - f  rest.*  The.- deserter's  name-is  John Peters, said to bc a naturalized   Rifssian,   who   ilescrtctl  from the Willows camp at Victoria last spring.    Mv. Jackson  was   charged   .with   harboring  him at bis hotel at J-umby,and  out in  car to ms piacc oi hicUng  ncd over to-  thoritics ancl will  coast to bc tried  by court .martial.  Another prosecution is in progress against a man named  Gates of Sugar Lake for "furnishing help to a man who had  becn evading registration.���������������������������  Vernon Ncws.-  Harvest Festival  Exceptionally 'appropriate and  aiAls lip.-Avci-o_l|-if'-.<lecnratio ns^iu^  7.00  150.00  Had Narrow Escape  Two of the freight crew on  the   Okanagan   branch   had  a  miraculous escape on Saturday  when the train broke when going at the'rate ..of* 20.miles"an  |ibour.     The   mena   were   riding on  top and  wrere  thrown  j between the cars.    Fortunately  [;.n falling both men were tossed  2lear of the track and escaped  [;-he wheels. One was in j urecf on  the head and the other on the  [[ankle.   They were taken to the  [(Enderby hospital  where  their  Injuries were dressed, and they  '.eft by the evening train for the  p. P. R. hospital at Revelstoke.  Don't let your appetite block  jhe road to Berlin.   S. O. S.  pointed officers: President, Mrs  I-f. King; 1st vice, Mrs. Paynlcr,  2nd vice. Mrs. Brett;  treasurer,  Mrs. B. S. Freeman; secretary,  Mrs. Bobt. Inglis; Dorcas committee, Mrs. C. J. Becker, Mrs.  Thos. Ball, Mrs. L. A. Gotl, Mrs.  convince many;ftack,   wilh   power  to  add   to  present of   thcj|lC[r number-  practical need to the district ol      jt was decided lhal the annual  these small tractors on the land, meeting of the Red Cross will  owned   by  individual   farmers.,^ held-iri the Avalon Theatre,  Thcacreagejs comparaavelysoipri(iay5 Oct 18, at 8 p.m. Waten  lor posters.  Margaret Canon, John Clayton,1  Everett Gamble. Olive Muggins,I  Jack Lemke, Mil la Miccili, Ger-I  aid  Rigby,  Willie Ross,  Willie -sol)  (]rovc  Ryan, Vein Smith, Waller War- \Jt )sim\   a  ncr.  St.    George's    Church" "for   thc  Harvest   Festival    services   las:  Sunday, and thc attendance' on  the  services   was   lo   lhc build-  All Enderbyites will regret to Ring's capacity.    The outflow of  learn of the serious injury sus- fruil and vegetables, as lhc har-  laincd by Mrs. Wm. Hutchison (vest offering was also unusually  a few evenings ago.    With hcr.liberal,   and   a   very  handsome  friend. Mrs. Fear. Mr?. Hutchi- shipment was made to thc Re-  Enderbv School Report  out  Knob  Hill  way,  quiet    horse   never  turned  Soldiers'  garv.  besides  a  Cal-  jiven  The  small, and lhe usefulness of the1  tractor so limited for the cost,  it was the general opinion of all  ex pressi n g them selves tha t better results might be obtained,  and at much less cost if there  were one or two large tractors,  with ."trained" ploughing  crews'-  KENAULT���������������������������LYALy;  It is with genuine pleasure  that the many friemls of the  contracting twain will learn of  the   marriage,    at   All   Saints'  covering tlie district and doing.church,   Vernon,   on   Tuesday,  the ploughing at a certain price  per acre, much on the same  principle as the threshers are  operated.  Oct. 1st, of Miss Eleanor Lyall  {daughter of Mrs. A; Munro, to  Mr. Alfred Denford Renault,  Rev. Mr. Laycock officiating.  JRoth are popular Armstrong  After nearly two years of ne- young people, and their friends  gotiation church union in Fernie! wish them the best of life's  is now assured. The new organi- j good things. Mr. and Mrs. Ren-  zation will be known as the;ault are spending their honey-  United Church and a brand new moon  visiting  Okanagan Lake  It is thc intention to mihlish  the lnonlhlv roll of honor of the  Enderbv school as soon as the!overturned  names   of   the   school   children k^u, i.,ri;PC  are furnished us. nossiblv com-jif01" ,tK,ICS  mencing with the end .of Octo-' J"eiVr  Home, at  cfiiantily ,  known lo run away. Thcy were j to the Enderby Hospital.  rounding a sharp double turn j feature of the services was thc  v- n the iu'Il w.icm it is believed,spirit of goodwill and thanks-  thc animal took fright at a bear |giving, the Rev. Mr. Gretton  by the roadside. It bolted and | taking from the harmonious  the    rig,    throwing .beauties  of  Nature  to  draw  a  pastor will be called.  Saving scraps over here will  save the Scrap overt there.  points.  ber. Miss Faulkner furnishes  'the*-following--report: for September in her room:  Division���������������������������*2���������������������������Class A: Georac  Carefoot. Katie Goliahtlv: Rena  Dill. Class B���������������������������Jackie Jones.  Rubv Praschins. Jean-.-Keith.  "The Fighting Trail"  Tlie big Vitagraph serial "The  Fighting Trail," featuring William Duncan and Carol Hollo-  way, will start at tlie Avalon  Theatre, Armstrong, on Saturday night, October 12th. The  story is strictly western and is  full of hair-raising scenes and  laughable comedy. Beside the  big .serial there will be two reels  of good comedy and two reels  of all the late war. news.   Don't  to the  ailing upon  ground, Mrs.  Mrs. Hutchi  son, whose collarbone was frac-  tured in three piaccs 'and three  ribs were broken, besides an injury to one of her lungs. Mrs.  Hutchison is now in a serious  condition at her Enderby home.  n on what the'-relationship  should be between man and  man���������������������������employer and  employed.  Thursday Shows Renewed  The regular Thursday .-nigh I  shows will start again at the  Avalon Theatre, /..'October 10th,  at 8.30. The great Blue Bird pictures will be run.aTliis will give  patrons who cannot attend Sat-  One of the oldest and best urday nights an opportunity to  esteemed residents of  the dis- enjoy themselves by witnessing  Isaac Heard Passes Away  Saving brings its own reward miss the opening episode Satur-  conipounded. day night, October, 12th.  trict passed away on Tuesday  when death took Mr. Isaac  Heard, at. tlie age of 76. For  many years the Heard farm, at  Lansdowne, has been pointed  out as the home of one of the  district's most substantial men.  Death followed a. brief illness.  Tlie funeral service was held  Thursday afternoon, to the  Lansdowne cemetery.  the best pictures on the market.  Don't fbrget, commencing on  Thursday, October 10th, shows  every Thursday and Saturday  nights.  "Did you ever get a proposal,  Auntie?' "Once, dear. A gentleman proposed over the telephone, but he had the wrong  number." v^  /  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1918  v/  st  sr  sr  *.������������������-  sr  jf  js  js  js  j-������������������   ���������������������������*  A Camp Idyll -  sr  se   sr   sr   sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  J*    JS    JS    JS    JS    J",   J^    JS    J^    JH    JS  sr  red   canipfire   i.s  ik-am-  1c ihe fvosty stars'are br-amm?;  thc quiet world  is dn.Mming  i.v Hint  now  is (toad;  WIkm-c the gloomy river's gliding.  Rippling,   murmuring,   whispering,  chilling,  Softly  slipping,  slowly  sliding  'Long its  mottled  mossy bed.  hunting  yarns are pass-  While  the  ing.  While we chat of baits and casting,  Binding   closer   friendships   lasting  Wc are Indians, all of us:  Full of life and health and vigor,  What reck we of business rigor?  Life  i.s  fuller,  broader, bigger,  And the world is beauteous.  crease  in   wages   has * mean I   a  corresponding       increase       in  j.-rices.     Those,  who  havc  been  llie hardest hit arc lhc dependents   of   soldiers,   whose   nli->w-  * a nccs have remained, stationary  Vice war was declared. A widespread movement is now 'under  way with a view  to impressing  upon ihe government 'he abso-.  iiiLc necessily of granting l.nVer-  s. ���������������������������    ' O ' *  allowances, and it is .practically,  ���������������������������certain that this Will be done'  shortly. .   .      *     '     !  ^JrJ.������������������CTrt^^-jTrrqr-B^������������������������������������������������������TT.-r.^:g-r^^  flf������������������.,T������������������w ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ j i^������������������m������������������>f������������������^minCT������������������n������������������-.������������������TMffllBl  What Is Thrift-  i  J*  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr sr  sr  ������������������..   sr  sir  sr  sr  sr  sr  JS   JS   JS   Jf    JS   JS   JS   JS   J������������������ SS   J-l js   JS   JS   JS  S3TJS  lore you can practice a vir-  must know ^yhat it- is  of thrifty .peo-  83*3  1 w i& I  tnc vou  When  pie wc arc apt to picture them  living on cheap food, in cheap  quarters, wearing cheap clothing, and saving every cent possible. But that is not thrift  far from it.    Thrift is a greater  we speak  Sell Your Old  Hearts of gold  aces bronzed  Hopes   renewed  Nature's I<iss  and  pipes of briar,  :md  eyes of fire.  ���������������������������ambitions  higher,  upon our brow;  Payment on Delivery  I. V. SAUDER CO.  Will pay yon $7.00 per ton for old  iron cuid steel, etc. old implements  {fee from wood, deliverd to, John  Tedford,-Enderby.      Hope   JrJros.  Bed  rolls.  dullle  lillera  1  round,  Long,     le  in      lengths  111)011  ground.  ���������������������������"Good-nig  its"  said  wilhoul  sound  ���������������������������  And llie  ca.ni j)  grows  quiet now  the  Many of the difficulties which. I virtue, than the mere saving of  soaring prices have brought on!money.. Don't forget that.  Uic people of Canada might! The prudent man looks ahead  have been avoided, or .very .ma- and gets ready. The frugal man  tcrially lessened, had the gov-'lives carefully and saves per-  crnmnt enacted legislation con-isistently. The economical man  trolling food prices in the early spends judiciously, buys wisely  days of lhc war. This was not and wastes "nothing. Tlie indus-  done, probably-because so manyj trious man works hard, saves  "interests*" had a voice against,hard; the miser hoards; but the  the idea. " j thrifty     man     earns     largely,  Wc have repeatedly urged spends wisely, plans carefully,  that the only method of prevent- manages economically and  ing industrial unrest would he saves consistently. Thrift is all  the adoption of government of prudence, economy frugality  control of the necessities of life.-anti industry, and "then some."  The Trades and Labor Congress Thrift is lhc instinct of the tlog  thai burios the bone lie doesn't  want for.tomorrow's wants; the  instinct of lhe squirrel lhat  knows nulling is out of season  in winler.���������������������������\V. H. Knillin, Jr.  Will,  :  .  Wc can't pay  our   taxes.     We must have the money,  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 ai:d  forty desirable  Cit}-   Lots.     These  3-011 can buy at your own price.    We will give Indefeasible   Title to these  lots���������������������������the best title possible to secure.  WATCH FOR POSTERS   NEXT WEEK  i  Arm strong, cr at his own  Vernon. B.G '  yard  in  While thc whip-poor-will is crying,  Where   the   sycamores   are  sighing  And   the  great canipfire  is  dying  Dream   forms through  the curled  smoke leap;  Shadows     move     in     wild     night  dances,  I Silent, slinking, sliding past ns,  Weird,-dark  forms thai would enchant us���������������������������  Woo our -weary souls to sleep.  ���������������������������W. C. Hofr in Vancouver World.  The  Road-Crossing  of Canada, at ils convention m  Quebec lasl week, urged on the  government   lhe  desirability  of  immediately   assuming   control  of prices of essential foodslnil's,  cereals,  meals,  elc,  and  fixing  such   prices  al  not  morc   lhan  those   now   existing,   thus   preventing further increases in the'  cosl of these articles lo the consumer. It was assumed that the  prevailing  prices  arc ample  lo  stimulate  production.    The argument in thc past against price  fixing has been lhal in so doing  production   would   bc   discouraged, but if present prices arc  insufficient it would bc interesting to know why and wherein  the  thc  wav  iirsl  Keeping,/ track   oi'  vour  monev   goes   is  step in THRIFT.  j     Try  this  plan from  .day {o the next.  |    Decide before you open your  pay envelope how much of ils  contents you will save.  Put your savings in, a  bank where vou will keep  hands off it, and which is  than any hiding place.  Of   the   remainder   of  wages  think oul carcfullv  Armstrong-Okanagan Land  Company Limited  one pay  good  your  safer  your  how  How  About  -Your  Understanding  .���������������������������of our large stock of women's, nifn s  ami children's slioi-*? !'.Mnly reliable  goods handled. -r,Our s-pecinlLy solid  leather.    ,', Kcp'airing    in   .al)   branches.  *J. Z. PARKS  The Shoe Hospilal c  Whv docs  i cow run across  the road in fronl of a moving  vehicle? 11. L. Whilcd writes  to the Scientific American (New  York) lhat he has unraveled  this mystery. Bolh lhe cow and  lhe fowl, which exhibits the  same peculiarity, havc eyes soj  disposed on llie sides of lhe head  that lhcy can be used separato-  iv. " This, according lo Mr.  "Whilcd, is lhc root cf the  I rouble. He writes:  - "When a cow faces an object  both eye's may with ease bo focused, on il. When the object  >is al the f-ide or rear one eye  may bc focused on il, while lhe  other is viewing objects in quite!*  a different direction. Evidently'  lhe animal mav direct attention  Cow       | lhcy arc not.    Profiteers might i.     ,      ,, , ,     ���������������������������T ., - .,  bc discouraged, but production jil should be spent.   Write these  should  nol'suffer.���������������������������13.  C.  Vet-!amounts on the lop  (nans' Wceklv  War-Time Prosperity  Some day war industries will j  find their special noccupalion'  I gone. With the end of war. or j  'even sooner if Brilain supplies1  ��������������������������� her own needs, will come an i  jend lo this outlay of war muni-|  j tions which is flowing over thei  j counlry.     Hundreds   olVihous-j  ands oi" men and women direct-i  'ly   engaged   in  war  work   will;  have   to" luru-Vo  olher occupa-  ' lions.      Employment   must'  bc  found also for\JjJic army- of re  turned soldiaiisr?^  am der la lyings  whici  Jio doubt many  ish   havc  been  like  help  glas  rincl  \Y,  DID A CALAMITY  this ever  hapiieirj to   you?    We can  Miu    out    when   you   break    your  :���������������������������(.->   lur we   duplicate broken   K-nses  full   in-et-ci iptitiiis.  lo one ol'dccl wilh bolh eves, orj'u,,"ulli,I^,1 -,    .       ,-, ...  to 'iwo   objects   wilh   dm'crcnl ^ysI)C,#(1, l]���������������������������n3. ihc,.^!l..^,.1_l  eves, or it mav inhibit- onc eve  bcr=r&vived, ahd many industries  mi;!  direct and concentrate attention -with lhe other toward  some object of fear'or fancy  Ir. n.VanVntf iri a car toward  cows standing iri the roadAvay  it will be noticed lhat those  facing the car usually turn lo  one side and let thc car pass;  those with side toward car will,  if on, say. thc right side of thc  road, run and 'attempt' lo cross  to lhe left side; those wilh head  a wav from  lhc car will usually  run   down   lhe  turning oil' at one side or  the  olher.   The reason whv live 'cow  which have been handicapped  by thc war will again llourish  in full vigor. But while war  work will end suddenly, the  change from a war to a peace  basis cannol be completed in a  week or a month. There will  bc a priod of transition which  will bear hardly upon many  who havc made no provision  against unemployment, if they  tire Wage earner's^ oiVlgainst lhc  trade depression which may on  line above  lhe right heading.  Faithfuly write down every  amount you spend. \Write it  on the total column and also in  the column showing -what il  was spent for.  Add up lhe columns on ncxl  pay day andrcoriiparc Lhcm wiih  lop line. This will help you in  lhc=iulelligcnl handling of your  nexl pay envelope.  A person docs no  a ">ighl-wa<l'\lo be  j thrifty  pcrscn   n.ol  | but   spends   wiseh*  1 generously. "    ,. -  !     Put some common sense, inlo  | the. care  of  your  own   monev  | Spend  less   lhan -vbu~"cc;  get thc THRIFT habit.  The economic argument for  thrift in Canada at lhc present  time is irresistible.- Last year  this country sold four , times  more than in cllic year before  the war. The exports were  $600,000,000 in excess of imports, which means a huge  amount of monev in circulation.  I havc lo l:>c  Ihvii'iy. Thc  onlv   saves  and   gives  i������������������  ENPJSHBY RED CJtOSS  August,   lfllS  (_lll       \\ 111     Mdllc.1 I l V      . iff- 1 C   - T  roadwav  ahead, fuc on >l c"r ;li.1,111cnlIo1 <*Pcncl -  or chicken on  lhe.  the  road  turns   lo  left and. vice versa,  because  the eve of  right side oi  cross  to   Lhe  is. 1 suggest.  the anim  ni.  w  Inch  sees  and  leal  appreciates  the  'l'liilf!"-������������������"'��������������������������� tlit- be.-i'da_nger (jf Jh</ advancing car, is  liire.   Canfida is too fundament-  ally   Sound   and* too   naturally  'wealthy to be given a scl-hack  of long duration.    Vler basic industry. ;  radically  Market.  SI All    ���������������������������������������������::: ..8H  Mriii   iJroWii '--..."      1  IVcv.  .1.   R.   Gretton      ���������������������������Sale   of   flannelette       Sale of 8 Red Cross pins . . .,  Ones       Mrs.  II.  McKco ���������������������������   Raliuice  July  31    -9270  ;arn: and j f)  5  1  I  i  0  1.00! ?fc  3i-eo: lj-  05  38  5.00  2.05  2.00  ta   6  /���������������������������'     8294.231  gricullurc, will  not be i    Kxpenr'-iiurcs���������������������������- ' !  elfccled bv a rclurn to '.Sub. French RedTJV'jss fund 8100 0i)  ll  OPTIC Al, GOODS  hv lusliin  -T-  ami  N^ii .T    ,  escai'  lill  '   /\   ^3 js. ������������������^^s. *-���������������������������', ;"1:!    during  llu  AQamSlnj... and. ibis s  I in.ylv d(  Arm.>Lr<j?i";   IS C.  E. O. WOOD, IV C. L, S.  Armstrong- and Salmon Arm  Subilivisions. Mi::er:-I Claims, Timber Limits. I're-cmptio.'is. Drainage,  Irrigation ami Road Surveys, Maps  and  plans.      .,��������������������������� .  Phone U2       ~       Salmon Arm, B.C.  SECRET  SOCIETIES  A,F,&A.M.  Knclcrhy LodjfC No. 'id  Regular muutinfefl flrnl  Thurstloy on or Hfl*a!f the  full Itioon <Jt (ilJ. In. in Ma-  ,ponii>      tlhll. Visiting  btliUiren cordially invited  C H.REEVES  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  "Moets every  Monday  evening  in Masonic Hall.    Visitorecor-  dially invited to attend.  piias   HAWINS.C. C.  H   M   WALKER. K.K.S  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  ���������������������������:ept  on  llie flanger-  |oi;s olijecl.    To turn lo the right  would blind lhe ani-  e  pei'iod  of  turn-  it ������������������������������������������������������ will  not wlll-  y do. iiut if she runs across  jlhc road in front of lhc car, Ih'*'  'eye wiih  which  sue observed il  ,Mrsl will keep il cieai'ly and con-  ilinuously    in    view    and,    shc  ; thinks, allow  her  lo escape  Ihe  iniD'-nding danger.    Even  when  .safely across, if turned around,  bv encountering a   fence  or bv  i bauee.   so   as   lo   perceive   the  Cncmy   wilh   the   olher   eye.   T  have seen hcr run for dear life  across   lhe road  whence she is  just    come.       The,    instinctive  action,   originally  protective,  is  thus made a source of danger Tft  lhc animal,    The chicken, with  monocular vision, labors^ under  lhc same hallucination;  it, too,  thinks, that  lhc  danger  can be  avoided by running with all its  in iglit.   keeping   tllc   encmy  a 11  the  time  that   was  I jut   many  ilarly  in   lhe  _\111 -> r\ _i������������������iy>���������������������������A t\-.���������������������������.l">  ���������������������������Ti���������������������������J-t W m-i��������������������������� v*f i��������������������������� ������������������-r  peace',    condi lions.  Ca.nadians.   parlic  ^^-ie-s^tH^-H-fMVH-s^  pending upon war-crealed pros  perily will regret later their improvidence   if   Ihey  have  saved  I.   Mclntyrc    (wool)  K.\press on wool     2t  bultons. ;j.*)slatrc. ord'.  J7li i rrn i>,���������������������������ifii-.���������������������������li-���������������������������iT[TCC"l >~j���������������������������:  5 CO  bLI  Hid. Auk. 31  .8105.0:5  i?2i)-l.2;i   9  nollimg agiimsl  the trying  ahead.���������������������������Toronto Globe.  linn  The   clocks   throng  ada  will bc sel back  at  2.00   a.m.   Sundav  October  271  order recent  lioul   Can-  one hour  morning,  l,   according   lo  an  v issued al Ottawa.  to  lis  indi  best  foi-  il ure. Thc  he   closely  forego  lux-  vVO  S  (lavlu  hi  saving  a:  professional  c7"skaling7b7a.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  ward  it.  crossed  crossed  I  in view wilh the eye  originally turned to-  Th'us,  truly,  the cow  the  road,  because   she  hc road."  Food  Price  Control  Practically all the unrest that  exists in Canada today centres  around the. unprecedented high  cost of living. Strike after  strike has resulted owing to the  impossibility of workers meeting this condition without in-  crascd remuneration. Every iii-  1 iiu  [bus he suspended  ler months.  Pi  ior  in  ic  will  wi li  ft  will   lie  for  every  ual   lo   determine   how  practise  thrift and Save  .own or the nation's fu  ' daily   outlay   shoulc  .studied.   .\Vc must  uries. avoid wasle, wear clothes  i until threadbare, restrict purchases to essentials, and be jire-  j pared   lo  answer   lhc  country's  call to lend more money when  J lhat call comes.  BANK OF MONTREA  v.'.������������������  58*-  ESTAULISUED OVER 100 YEAKS    (~  ECONOMY  The man and the woman  who practice a wise economy  and deposit savings in a  Savings Account regularly,  are helping to win the*war1  as well as making more  secure their own financial |^^g^^tf  position.  D. R. CLARKE,  Supt., British Columbia Branches.  VANCOUVER.  0  I  ir  i  I  i]  i  r  WlNNlPEarBRANOl),  E.  J.  V.'hite,   Manager,   Armstrong Branch.  BRANCHES IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  Enderby, ���������������������������        Penticton,        ���������������������������        SummerUnd.  Kelowna,  Priaceton,  Vernon.  Boost your city, boost your friend,  Boost the goods that you arc selling.  Boost thc people round about you*  They might get along without you,  But success will quicker find them  If they know that you're behind them  Boost' for every forward movement,  Boost for every new improvement,,  Boost the man for whom you labor,  Boost the stranger and thc neighbor.  Cease to bc a chronic knocker,  Cease to be, a progress blocker,  If you'd make your cily better  Boost it to the final letter. ���������������������������'  A  ���������������������������Exchange.  More Profit to the  Pntienralw  i  Ml  i-  The Dominion  butler without the  "Creamery Buller"  against  law  words   "Dairy  as the case may  the selling  Butter'  of  or  bc���������������������������printed  on the buller wrap,  average 1'armcr.  is a blessing in disguise to thc   It^-^t-hc^duty^ol-cveryHjutici'-ma-lc-erV-o--eoin"  plv with fhe law in this mailer. Somc butlcr  makers havc only a cow or two, and make so lillle  buller lhat il docs not appear to them that thcy  can afford to Have their buller wraps prinlcd.  They do not like lhe idea of having 500 or 1000  buller wraps on hand. To accommodalc this  class of bullcrmakcrs; wc have printed up  a quanlilv of "Custom" Buller Wraps. Thcy are  prinlcd with lhc words "Fresh Dairy Butter" but  do not bear the name of thc maker. However,  these wrappers fill thc requirements of thc law  governing this point, and can bc bought in small  quantities al thc rale of C5c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not require buttcrwraps in  lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities..  larger  500, Single Order.  1000  ii  ii  $3.75  4.75  When   run    w  THE WALKER PRESS  Enderby, 3.C.  itfl    ote orders, $3.50 and $4.50  THE CARY PRESS  Armstrong,  R.C.  I  i  i  I  i  i  C:  H;  i  i  i  Ads 3  THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1918  OKANAGAN COMMONER  WORD ON CO-OPERATION  Recognized as the Only System  that Will Bring Success to  Growers  ft*  A writer in the -Vernon News  asks these pertinent questions  oi' his fellow, growers:  This is the day oi' advertising,  it having been proved that by  advertising, the consuming public can be persuaded to buy.  That is whv advertising is now  a highly specialized business.  The public are educated and  otherwise influenced to- buy  specific makes or brands of articles in preference to others by  advertising, which must, however, be backed up by a standard grade and quality that the  consumer will slay with because it can bc relied on as uniform at all times.  Can a single grower continue  to bold or create a special demand for his produce in thc  face of such competition or conditions as may be concentrated  against him at any moment or  would it bc better to co-operate  with a thousand or so of bis  In-other growers to establish a  standard"brand and slrong demand for same in many markets ?  Did you ever bear of a grower deliberately dumping or glutting his own market? Of what  ������������������ use is a high price on a starved  market to you if your stuff is  on a glutted market somewhere  else? Can a thousand or so  growrcrs or even a few small local organizations keep in touch  with each other sulTicicntly  closely that the distribution of  their produce will bc so even  that each market will have just  enough to keep the demand just  where you want it���������������������������at its maximum���������������������������or would it bc better to  co-operate and specialize on this  . work?'  Have vou ever had an idea  that lhc "distant buyer of your  goods bin (led you inlo acccpt-  ingHcss for your car than hc  would Jf you had been thcrc on  . the spot, by claiming it was not  np lo grade or similar excuse?  Can you afford to accompany  caclv of your cars lo ils final  des I inn lion or would it bc belter  "to" co-operate with your ���������������������������ncigh-  "bors and maintain'salaried rcp-  ."rcsciilalivcs at market centres  -whose only interest will bc to  sec lhat your "best interests arc  served by seeing lhat your province is sold on the right grade  and at thc right price?  ' Someone will say, "Wc admit that a big organization is  necessary to do these things but  it does not necessarily.ned to be  co-operative." In reply I havc  not claimed lhat all brainy, ethical men of fine character arc  confine! to co-operative movements. There arc men in business today, many of whom live  up lo a code of ethics lhat many  a so-called co-operator might  well-study lo advantage. No  race, seel, or syslcm has a monopoly of all straight-men, or  bad cither for thai mailer. The  son does nol always follow in  lhc footsteps of his father, nor  docs lhc new owner always  adont the method of the old.  ==*^Whal^guarai>lee^have****^youf-  and for how long, thai lhc private business of loday which is  giving vou a reasonably square  deal will not become tomorrow  a monopoly lhat will hold you  helpless in ils grasp and drive  you back until, wilh your back  againsl lhc wall, you havc lo  Jight I'or your very existence.  JXo, lhe co-opcralivc organization owned by the growers  and operated- by themselves is  Ihe correct and only solution.  Their chief aim must always bc  in the disposal lo best advantage of their own products, and  lhcir financial interests will always be in the same place, i.'c,  their farm. Can wc not do here  what farmers have done in almost every other coun try and  where tliey iui proving every  day lhat they can with proper  organization and understanding  among them selves, develop a  degree of business efficiency  and success that no other system can equal. Co-operation is  the only solution offering any  sort of permanent assurance in  the days ahead of us for that  reasonable share of prosperity  and freedom which is yours by  light and which your family,  your community and1 your  country demand tliat you shall  have.  wheat flour. Announcing this  policy, an official memorandum  says:    .  "The Canada Food Board,  after full consideration of the  matter, has adopted the policy  of  the  Allied food  controllers'  ECONOMY THAT  IS BLINDFOLDED  When you come to think of it  isn't it funny how many men  and women go it blind���������������������������play a  resolutions as far as wheat pro-'*??*,   ^ J,omnlfC),1 ���������������������������  "Bli, 5  ducts  are  concerned,  and  will ,Ml",-���������������������������uft ~        \ I     i- CaS-J  use the Allied loaf.   This means' . lhlf ls ? fanie the blS c V  that twenty per cent of substi- department stores are con^ant-  liiles must be used with wheat Ly slrivln8 lo-keep  flour.    The  government  heartily approves this policy."  While  the   crops  in   Europe;    -,-,.- ,     -,   ,. ....  and the United States havc been :P������������������ >hc l)a>"s bac^ these indhons  excellent this vear; considering wllh compound interest. 0 lhcy  going.  They  spend  'millions   every   year   in  .training people to get into this  big1 game���������������������������and   cf  course  the  year,  everything, and while there is  a sufficiency of food to meet  our requirements for the next  twelve" -..months- rievei'thcless  thcrc is the greatest need for  conservation, particularly in  flour and-wheat, for the purpose of creating a reserve sulli-  cient against widespread unfavorable harvests or other unfavorable food conditions next  year. Thc government, therefore, hopes the people of Canada, will heartily and loyally assist to this end by using in their  j households the amount of sub-  jstilutcs required under thc regulations.  the catalogue can be secured in  Peterborough on terms just as  advantageous as those offered  by the department store. It is  the advertising that draws the  custom to the larger centre, and  the tide can be turned by the  home merchants making the  same free use of printer's ink."  Harry. Lauder's Thrift  I^ehavc toward your purse as  you would toward your best  friend.  View the reckless money-  spender as a-criminal, and shun  his company.  Dress neatly, not lavishly.*   A  ATTENTION TO PLANT  DISEASES AFTER ARVEST  must, or the catalogue parasites  wouldn't be able to keep going  ���������������������������and growing.    They get peo-. _  pie into the habit of this "Blind: bank pays a higher rate of in  Man's Buff" game���������������������������blindfolded teret than .your back.  economy.   Of course, you don't      lake   your   amusements   ju-  have to do your shopping blind- diciously.      You    would   enjoy  folded unless you want to���������������������������vou Ibcm better.  don't have  to fall for  the 'big      Do11'1     throw     away     your  fellow's bait.   Beside that, it's a crusts; cat them.    Thcy are as  mighty dangerous game for us strengthening as beef.  to plav in our communitv.    If I     H is morc cxluharating to tccl  to plav in our communitv.    If money in your pocket than beer  wc continue to play it. and"get a,"* your stomach.  majority    of    our    people    cn-|     Remember  it  only   takes  20  meshed'in it, wc will soon find shillings to make a pound, and  out  that wc  havc  ben  blindly .12 pennies to make a shilling.  digging our community grave.I     Y������������������11 can sleep better alter a  digging our community grave, bard day's  work  than  alter  a  It really isn't a fair game cither day's idleness.  to ourselves or our community.!     Always get good value from  It isn't fair  to  thc  local  mcr-! tradesmen. Thcy watch Ihey get  chant.    Hc is working with us, good money froin you  co-operating and in no small degree to thc upbuilding, sustaining and improving of till our  home institutions. Hc is fair  to us; let us bc fair to him������������������������������������������������������  and fair with ourselves. All any  is a fair  chance.. Surely he is entitled  to that. He is entitled by every  rule of logic to a fair chance  and a firtet chance.  Despite the enlightenment of  thc age, it is astonishing how  many people are still unaware  of the two outstanding ^tricks  thai keep the big catalogue concerns furnished with new customers and get a good many  "repeaters" beside.  Trick number one constitutes  the  heavy  featuring  of  a   few  "leaders" in lhcir gaudy, enticing   catalogue.     These   leaders  tempt niany, people, chiefly thc  .women, wc regret to say, to buy  ia big bill of goods ��������������������������� You may  j get''even -a   good   bargain   on  'some of fhe heavily featured articles, bul you-pay .dear enough"  for Ihem, you may be sure, with  ithe stiff-jolt you'get on the remainder., of  the. order���������������������������ahd  99  per cent oi" lhc'catalog patrons  order extravagantly heavy once  rlhc big blindfolded  game  gets  tr, \ho i-inhii-cK'igc.    Thal's-why  gnalcs  arc  mil-  ���������������������������who havc a big  (Experimental Farms Note)  l]hc��������������������������� plant  pathologists   of  the experimental farms inform  ,, . n     ,, I , .. fill*.!    Kill       Ullll    UU10V.XVI  us that of thc many destructive h mcrchant asks  plant diseases none arc morc  difficult lo control than those  living over in the soil. Year  after year, notwithstanding the  practice of crop rota lien'," thc effects of soil infection often become so pronounced as to cause  what is popularly known as  "soil sickness." One of thc most  notorious of these diseases is  clover and alfalfa wilt (Sclcro-  tinia) which has given rise to.  the belief lhat land may become  clover sick. This disease has  just begun to show up on the  continent of America, and unless * prompt precautionary  measures are taken there is a  possibility of the disease causing  similar losses to what it docs''in  Europe.  A disease similar in nature  attacks .beans, and .there, are  oilier instances which call .for a  word-of general advice on matters of prevention.  As   soon   as   crops   arc   harvested, whether gathered in the  field, , garden  or orchard,  there ��������������������������� iQ i]1G jia]3xt  is manifested a universal indili'-L\,,,;i   ~,vW  crcncc and ncgiccL on  thc part;]joniljrcs.  of somc   growers    toward    the  condition in which the ground,  trees pr bushes are left.    Were  it bul known to them that wilh  thc refuse  left  on   thc  ground  from crops there exist myriads  of germs of serious plan I diseases    (and   also   insect   pests)  ready for hibernation!  Mummied fruits in orchards  left  undisturbed  either  trees   or  on   the   ground  rise to a new outbreak cf brown  rol in spring. Plowing under cf-  fords   only   limited   protection,  since it safely buries all fungus j;r0U. muv depend  material which  spring plowingjJ  No; 'inferior quality or what  will bring to the surface of thc'iho    ij..u|c   ai'u   "seconds'  soil once morc after successful |.,   ch;cr  mainslav  of   lhc  Try Java Mocha  Coffee for breakfast  and see Iioav pleasure  and the rest of theday  passes.^  Canadian   Food   Control   License   Nos  5- S60, 8-0939  5tar Bakery  Armstrong, B. C.r  n  give  men  voice in. our government halls.  Trick number two is an obvious one, and onc that is overlooked by thc people who send  away.  To give you a better grasp of  the meaning of this trick number two, we will ask a question:  "How many times have, you  ever seen the big mail order  advertise standard  goods?" It is but very  rarely such goods arc advertised  and where thev arc vou can get  them just as cheaply at home,  on   the |louscs  makes of  C. F. B. License No. 9-3409  Choicest  meats obtainable.  Oeo. ft. Sharpe  Wholesale ancl Retail Butcher  Enderby  "Rnp-vcn i  J_iiberna.l_ioD..  usual,  is  decidedl  ^ure,,and sanitary  jusl as important  den or orchard as in  dwellings.    As soon  a'tei'  the harvest of c  ���������������������������xr belter, after ti.e giv  son is over, a genera  is  mosl  essential.    YV  siblc.  all  refuse  Ice led; diseased  leaves,  '.slocks,  gathered    and  s I roved  by lire.  a  arc  ca la-  ion,=^,as y[ &o-He=4if) t {s e.    ' heller than! lNo ,11Jlllci. wj]aL  measures nrc;vou mnv usc> vou  m field, gar-lbeue,. 0fl' bv  shmlcs and I)alron f)f  as possible ,1Km 01  each crop,'sends  being  I saves a  .wing sea-  1 clean-up  rhcrc pos-  shonld be color rotten fruils,  etc., should be  lhc whole de-  Material that  will nol burn readily, such as is  common on thc fields aflcr harvesting���������������������������J roots, potatoes, etc.���������������������������-  should be buried in a pit. In  orchards where such methods  arc followed by the usual dormant sprays, the results will be' .u]vertjsjnn-  most  beneficial,   and  field  and  c     <"* &'  garden  crops., will'also  greatly  benefit.  arguments  arc  always'  a consistent,  the home dealer.    No  woman who habitually,  ibroad   for   goods   ever  dollar in the long run. ll  -E*T4  is impossible���������������������������the tricks of lhc,  mail order house won't lcL you.!  But they are subtle and cunning.  The Mail Order Catalogue  "Trading  Allied War Loaf  Canada has adopted the Allied war loaf. Twenty per cent  substitutes must be used with  Liulcr   llie  caption  Willi- Toronto,"   the  Pclersbor-  iough,'  Ontario,   Review   points  the moral that the best way lo  yin-'cl   the  mail  order  compcti-  ition is to tight advertising with  &,   and   the   Canadian  Grocer says: "Several, dray .loads  of the trade catalogues of a well  known department store in Tor-  . ��������������������������� .��������������������������� ���������������������������   , . , , onto have just been delivered in  After;an illness of about eight Pelcrboiough.    The post office  is cl u lie red up with these volumes, each one of which weighs  over a pound, and the letter carriers are weighted down with  them cn their rounds. The rural  mail deliverers too are finding  their duties somewhat more  than doubled for a lew days in  the work of distribution, as a  large percentage of these catalogues go to the country.  "Each such catalogue received  is a dead loss to the city as it  diverts    money    to    Toronto���������������������������  Dun till L'iir  one of  Dr. Dent lias opened  Lhc most modern  lors in the Interior of British  Columbia in the Vv. H.  Smith Block, above tlie 01;-  iiiiiigiin Grocery, Vernon. B.C.  Special uUention to ont of  town patients.  Phone  or write  ments.  for  appoinl-  DR. DENT  PENTIST  VERNON, B.C.  days Allen Docksteader, the  three and a half year old son of  Mr. A. A. Docksteader of this  place, passed away at II o'clock  on Friday morning, Sept. 20th.  The funeral service was held on  Saturday at the house at 2.30,  and was conducted by Rev. W.  H. Bates, the burial being in  Peach Orchard cemetery. During the service places of business were closed out of respect  and sympathy for the stricken  parents.���������������������������Summerland  Review.  - money that would be better in-  Keep your tail light burning; vested at home.    And the pity  better to be safe than pinched,    of it is tliat anything listed in  MADE IN  ARMSTRONG  ladies' Suits  Men's Suits  Clothes Cleaned, Pressed  Altered and Repaired  ALEX. ADAIR  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  <  ���������������������������4  Most Heat  from Fuel  One reason why the  Kootenay Range gives  the most use of the heat  generated from the fuel,  is that the grates have  ample vents to make  perfect combustion in  the firebox, which is  properly and scientifically proportioned according to the needs of  the range.  For Sale By Maclachlan Hardware Co.  McClaote  Kootenay  London Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver  St. John, N.B.     Calgary Hamilton Edmonton        Saskatoon 79  WRS, Jones.     Jp* - %y^~  NOUS TCLEPH0M&  IS tWtHjXt*.  I fc  WHY -YOUr DON'Ti ANSWER    . '   When VMrs. Smith" filled- the-telcV  -"The story of,the telephone com- phone bells so they might not-ring  pany"jwhorrequested its subscribers, nncl'wjike the baby, il caused "Mrs.  not io'place thcir'speciacles on lop Jones" ta report angrily .to tlie .  oi' the telephone-was true, because telephone company lhal'she .knew  any metal, laid across" tlie wires oi' "Mrs. Smith" was-home aiicl that  binding posts on lop oY the tele- "central" would not ring her when  phone will short-circuit the line so  she called.   ���������������������������> '  "central" can't ring lhe  telephone.    " Take cat'e of your' Telephone.,'  ---til  OKANAGAN TELEPHONE GOi  AAMAAAM������������������NMM������������������^'  Petter subscribe for  The Commoner  nowwtyjetfie  subscribing is goo4  $2.00 Year  Armstrong and Enderby  The success or failure of a Creamery depends  largely on the amount of Winter Cream that can- bc  secured.  We haA'c made a success ofthc Creamery during the Summer and if wc can, this coming winter,  keep up the output success is assured.  Our Directors appeal to you as a patron to  take acl vantage of thc high prices which must be paid  for butterfat during the coming winter. Alake pre-  parations now for winter cream.  Our Directors also appeal to the small producer to continue patronage even though the amount  be small. A large number of small producers can  help out the output to a wonderful extent.  Northern Dkanagan Creamery flss'n.  Help Boost the District  by getting your friends to subscribe for  The   Commoner.     S2.00hy the. y������������������ir: $1.00 six months. THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1918  ������������������fcauacrati Commoner  in   which   is  merged   the  En.lrrl  Armsironi  v Press.  Advertiser   and  SCOTLAND AND BABY WELFARE  I  n  Published   everv -Thursday  at  Armstrong,  B.C.',   at   c2  a  year, by AVai-kkii & Cm;v.  II. M. "Walk;-*-!;. Editor & Manager:'  lhere was passeu  babv .-.welfare be  Advertising  tion, 2hi-  verlising,  rates: Transient, -10c an inch first. in.se>--  each subsequent ir.r-erlion. Contract acl-  $1 an fnt-h per month.  THURSDAY'-. OCT. 3, 1918  WORKING TOGETHER  avored- Valley  )l" all sections of thejby  Onc cannol  travel I'ar in  Ibis  and particularly in lhis besl ol" all  Okanagan---the     Armslrong-Lnderby    disti cl��������������������������� -u  without recognizing lhc magnificent possibilities  which are opening lo us all.    Every man, woman  in lhis district has reason lo  which is ours.   We have  Twelve vears ago Scotland became in teres led j  in national"baby welfare. Ils first infant mortality  congress-was held ihen. and Iwo year's later the  Notification ol' Births Act was passed.    In 1915  ;n extension to thai act, and  ���������������������������ame a live subject. Under llie  new act local authorities in Scotland were allowed  to .make such arrangements as thcy might deem  necessary and which lhe Local Government  Board might sanction i'or looking after lhe health  of expectant and nursing mothers and of children  up* lo the age'of five. This gave an impetus to  those in lores led in the question, and innumerable plans were'proposed. Fifty have been ap-  \proved, and twenty-four arc  j The Cool'Nights are with us        Cooler Days are coming  1 <r>V*  get nov  A?  under consideration  This fall we have the greatest range of merchandise ever shown before in the  Okanagan Valley. HIGHEST QUALITY. PRICES REASONABLE. We  can supply you with practically..your every requirement.  and child now livin  bc glad for die privilege  here a disliicl wonderfully rich in all lhal naluio  bestow. Almost unlimited is our potential  Our climaie; our soil, so dijverse and  our never-failing crop opportunities; our  can  wealth.  varied  ro'a ds:  transportation  iacilities: our markets  evervlhing necessary lo make for suc-  "' social and community and  thankful  rrspon-  ii(i  i'or. the  o   develop   Ihese   po-  11' we did nol have so  ed of us. Rul lhe more  )c required of us.    A o  real advaniages meeting us pn every  all  r< pai  great  id in  and  lhc  none  interest!I3ic  is  loo  Oil!  - -in short  cess in business  home happiness.  I ia'. ing so much lo bi  sibililv  resting  upon  cacl  lenlialities is lhc greater,,  much, li-.-s might be ex pec  we have, lb" more  develop lhc g  lurn, we  must each I1'*1*  of ail.    No clforl is  loo  small.   .-Vs we Jie  communitv wc   ,- . .  Wonderful advancement, has becn made l.i  "world affairs as a result of nalions and peoples  working together to help each olher. ^nd as nalions have' grown in greatness through heir  working togelher in lhc= interest ol all, so have  communities and individuals grown in moral  slnlup- and social fibre. We arc learning somc-  ibipo-, ,,,.w each dav of the good (futilities ol  our  By closer co-operalion,  lhe board having charge of lhe administration  lhe act.  The mosl careful attention is given to mothers,  'not only in the matter of medical attention but  |in' systematic and practical education in all per-  j tailing   lo  niolhcreral'l.     Infant   welfare, centres  [are provided where medical advice and treatment,  ���������������������������arc available.    So I'ar {he,legislation follows the  , usual things attempted by'all baby welfare move-  ' monks,-but those interested seem  lo have delved,  ���������������������������more deeply inlo the subject and lo havc realized  lhal lhe most perfect baby is nol an isolated being, bul sensilively dependent on whatever hap-  ; pens  lo  ils parents,  its  brothers,  and its neighbors.   No baby can nourish if.any or all of these  i controlling   factors   arc   below   normal.     Thcrc-  : fore llie Act authorizes the establishment of day,  i nurseries,  erecb.es,  kindergartens  and  even  play;  icon Ires, thus linking up wilh baby "welfare many!  i olher interests nol heretofore considered part of!  Dry Goods Boots and Shoes  Women's and Children's Ready-to-wear Millinery  Men's and Boys'Clothing and Furnishings   "  Hardware, Chinaware, Glassware, Carpets, Linoleums,  .   Basketware, Travelling bags, Suitcases and Trunks  Highest Quality Groceries: Fresh,Eggs,   Bacon,  Lard, Butter, Purity Jams,  Marmalade, Fruits and Vegetables in season.  movement  We respectfully solicit your patronage.       Support first your homo merchants". -    Support always  the merchants in the Valley and we shall have prosperity with us-all the time.  "The Home of Dependable Merchandise"  ���������������������������lp in the common inleresl of lhc J  hcli)  others and  help  ourse^'es. :  INTERNATIONAL THINKERS  neighbors and curselvcs.    isy c.nsn u)-o|)u.uiu..)lwc)uI(1 prohablv be forever ended.    They  nnd closer alVmiou lo the good quail ics ol  <^Vac,   ln<rcihcr as  an  inlernalional high  con  JoraliV. our community, Ihc-man next (tooi, w, w]lic]^ n]]   f;i;Cs(jons   between   nations   cou  shall   ;:omi- lake   on   die   meaning   ol   av ml   Uie! rc.fcrred.   wilh   idenarv  powers  of  adiudic  WOi'l  (l';i   i  hn?  to,  i  and  ���������������������������hero  i-  la ice   oi  ... s  leaders liave i  is dawning in  lhc  ian family.   WhaU  " .' s-f.u'li'ng of il must  s  de-selopmen!   mu.sl  ijd now.  what   lhe!  ecu  lolling us.  Lhal a new  development of tins great  Ibis new era shall lead  vcr  be  i  ,ie  in  I  bv  he individual,  communities,  li->J^OA:..'.A   ViUil-b  An inlernalional thinker may bc defined as a  [person who has mind enough, and especially  {sympathy enough, to overlook national and racjal  ! boundaries, to disregard historical prejudices.  !and. le form universal ideals I'or lhc world's good.  jAn American writer says lhal there are less than  !a hundred such persons in lhe United Slates. That  'means, about one in each million people. If thc  I world generally could develop such thinkers war  could  iri. to  Id be  adjudication,  machinery of  proposed league of nalions. 'ihcy won!  of lhe whole problem of secret.diplomacy,  jibe machinations of diplomats would have  islanding or purpose before such a courl.  'would act in inlernalional concerns much as ;.  {clearing houtfc in banking.   Rul thc men compos-  Mi  il  Order Department H.  Canadian  VERNON, B .C.       BRITI  Food  Control License No.  ST-I COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  8-21018.  -rrcwKi ftn vawTyi ������������������������������������������������������infill n .Trv* s>.- vs-wra wwv-v������������������=3**. -  ���������������������������rairwMtwnRii ���������������������������*���������������������������. ���������������������������_: /��������������������������������������������������������������� iubtww >mw mvt  referred.  i'hev wc  wilh   jjl  uld  acl  enary  powers  is   lhe  prae Ik  o  :il  l'H  d gel  for  no  It  THE  GEE AT AMERICAN SPIRIT  71  i,  o:  i ina it would need fo be the finest spirits that the  Tbe Allies an<  noon, on Monday,    na  lary terms imposed by  ceased,to bc an active.pai  nl  Bulgarians ceased hostilities  Having accepted all.lhe mili-  Ihe- Allies, Bulgaria has  icipanl.    Strong belief  world'can find.���������������������������Canada Weekl  exists thai.a peace offer from 'I urivcy is imminent,  and  Hint. Germany  will   immediately  movc=  her armies inlo Serbia and establish a new line  Jt is Jearncd-aiilhonlivcly that at Saloniki   Bul-  "���������������������������arian and Allied represcn la lives discussed only  The conditions of Bulgaria's disarmament and  nol political questions. All conditions laid down  bv lhe Allies were unconditionally accepted, lhc  terms laid down bv the Allies arc unollicially reported lo be as follows: Surrender of all Bulgarian forces outside Bulgarian lerrilory and demobilization of lhc army within; complete breaking of relations witb Germany. Austria and J ur-  kev Bulgarian acceptance of lhc Allied armistice conditions spells the end of Teutonic dreams  in the Near Easl, military and diplomatic authorities nrgrcc. The Allies will now proceed with  enlarged jilans for putting the finishing touches  on thchloyr against Germany's "back door.    Jhe  1 Danujk'*' fww* Avill bc reestablished according to  present plans-; Roumania, freed by Bulgaria's  cessation of hostilities, will undoubtedly en ley  lhc struggle; Turkey must quit, and a blo\v_ directed ul\-\utilri.ii-I!unaiirv can bc expected. That  Bulgaria will conclude ii definite separate peace  as a Viumlemonl lo lhc armistice is laken lor  graniedr Thc"stale department and Allied governments havc evidence lhal proves lhere is no  "shilling" aboul this situation.  General   Francb.el  D'Espercy. _ the   -\lhcd  com-  niTmixlW-in^lifdHi^^^  lies, and the Bulgarian delegates J or their government. Instructions have been given by llie  Allied govern men Is to General D'Esperey In pro-  ' ' Vnodialelv to the <-xecutiun oi jhe condi-  be  armistice.     Certain   condilions.   lhc"  KITCHENER MEMORIAL HOME  A big house on a bill, a, fine garden of an acre  wilh trees and a drill ground in London's 'healthiest suburb. Hcrn'scy, fine airy rooms for study  and7 home life���������������������������these make the Kitchener Home  which was opened recently .wilh fit ling,ceremonies and rejoicing on the part of those who have  carried lhe idea" to comjdelion. The Home is a  memorial Lo Lord Kitchener and planned in a  modest way along lines in which he was always  interested, "ihe"care of British boys whose fathers  have fallen in battle. The Bishop of London dedicated lhc home, and the Djffkc of Connaught  made, a charming speech, in which hc referred lo  his friendship with Lord Kitchener, whom hc  knew in thc days of thc "Shop." Lord Kitchener's  only sister, Mrs. Parker, was an interested guest.  There is already installed a happy familv of forty-  six boys, twenty of whom acted as guard of honor  when their home was dedicated.  GIVE A LEG UP���������������������������SAVE  Canadian patriotism demands0lhc practice of  thrift by all her sons. Thc men who arc holding  the 'line's al home arc lhcy who arc making it  Ccisy for the business of lhc country to go on with  litlfc jar lo ils mechanism. Thc steady pulling  togelher of al! citizens in the production of goods  and the conservation of all field ci^ops makes Ihe  thrifty nalion. Saving on the part of our citizens  l_4������������������D__gJLoJ2 e-th^-goieatesLins ujcan-ce=xv:e-Avil-l=h a-v  is interesting to note how our cousins lo the  rulb view the laic American victory in the taking  lhe St. Mihiel salient. - D  '-���������������������������Our civil war failed lo arouse anything bui  con temp! in the mind of von Molke. who is said  lo have'remarked loftily Unit he 'look no inleresl  in Ihfi conflict of armed"mobs,'" " says the Literary  i)ig(-sl. "If his spirit was hovering around the  St." Mihiel salient a few days ago. if might have  discerned an armed mob re treating pell-mell toward Melz. led bv German ollicers in motor-cars  it full speed, wdiile entire regiments,  Lhc "inexorable pincers of a  machine-like  caught  in  move  ment, uttering thc familiar passw-ord, "Kamcrad," j which in the opinion of Lhc  and were pul at honest toil.    So the'newspaper'arc!*, will bc henceforth wri  dispatches-picture an encounter of the forces of  democracy and autocracy which may bcrQincm-  bcred in Berlin al somc time in. future years  when a note arrives from Washington. It might  be said  that the American phase of lhc of the  men Is of our people when he said: 'The boys have?  done what wc expected ol" them and done it in a.  way we most admire.'   Henceforth, writes Frank.  II. Simonds, of the New York Tribune, our army  will count in a now sense: 'wc are no longer lhe  reserve of our Allies;  we  arc one of  the  three  great machines in France whose combined energy, directed by a single brain, is to bring victory.'    Tn lhis respect, declares the Del roil Journal,   the importance  of  die American  offensive-.  cannot be exaggerated,  for 'il  is proof Lhal we-  havc the fxul equipment, a detailed knowledge of  tlie game in band, a {raining which matches our  boys', exuberant, confidence and joyful courage..5  'Si. Mihiel is the first great American battle of Uic  ���������������������������var, .and   it  is "a   complete. American   vicloiyV  "ic Syracuse Post-Stand-  ttcn down con.our pat-  in Canada against a period of depression after the  Mimmwmm  roLic  calendar beside Saratoga  and   Gettysburg.  Jri fact, lhis battle, the Buffalo Express reminds:,  us, was lb biggesf Americans havc fought sinceV  Gettysburg and Cbickamauga, fifty-five years ago��������������������������� ���������������������������  The number of, Amcrciau soldiers fighting Jat St..������������������������������������������������������  European War began on.September 12 wilh what Mihiel has not* been announced, bul thc bjJig of  lhe Brooklyn , Eagle   calls   '-a   smashing   victory prisoners���������������������������something over 15,000���������������������������aboul equals;  scored against onc of thc most formidable and lhc lolal" loss in killed, wounded and missingon  vital points in the whole German defense.'   Am-, IhcNorlhcrn side in cither of tbe two great battles,  erican soldiers had valiantly played their part al'of 1863.    In this battle alone there is 'glory and  Ganligny, at Chateau-Thierry, on the Ourcq, and hope enough' lo 'stir every loyal American heart*r  at divers places on the Western Front.   But lhe but, continues Philadelphia North American, what:  storming of the dangerous St. Mihiel was the first is much more significant is .that 'while the enemy  blow struck by an American army "on its own,"         *   "       -    -       ���������������������������  lo use a common newspaper phrase, and it -fills  our press with enthusiasm and confidence, which  Mi c echoed in llie newspapers cf London and  Paris and in the ollicial congratulations from Allied statesmen and from die leaders of Allied  armies.     President Wilson expressed the senil  is still reeling from that blow,' the .'tireless pc-clT  strikes again toward Laon, and in a few clays, as.  anolhcr paper notes, Jiaig is pushing toward SL  Quentin, taking 8,000 prisoners in a single days-  while the Servians and the French are climbing;  the Macedonian ridges with an astounding profit  in prisoners and bootv." ���������������������������  ceed  nr.  lions  c   ...-      .,  Centra! News savs. were submitted by  the bui-  rfarVn government.    These, however, m  no way  con llie led    wilh  commander,   which  fop I    UliColldilio'i ill  an armistice ha'' be  lhal country ha(  AUh :-. arousec  Ihe  staieiiK-nl   w  io    demands    o  demands  the  'J he   .innouir ���������������������������.  Vi >it;ncd wilh Bu  ne  Allied  lit.  ac-i  mail   lhal  giiriti a fieri'  Bulgarians  a I  the  as  lhe condit,  Keenest iuVn si in  widelv commented  nccpto(  i  OILS  P.,  war.     i ho  combined  capital   of  the  individuals  who make the country will form a fund of  cient  powcr  lo  drive .business  along  in  a  satisfying way  in   spite of  the  prevailing  limes of such a period. '���������������������������- _  The saving man is therefore a real patriot.   Heir*  haSoCanada's   interests   fundamentally  al "'heart. jW?  May his tribe increase when wealth is piling up'Li  under ihe spur of war-lime effort.    Save because  il bils-bolh ways.    II is a high form of palriolism.  And il .'jives one's counlry a leg up in a critical  time.     Pul by  lhal extra* dollar now. The long  procession of'Ihrifly dollars will make a line lhal  will not waver.  of lhe  aris and  on lhere.  lhal counlry had accepted'all lhc eondilions'of lhc  icr Clemenc'cau from lhe fronl. where he in-  spected lhe Iroops and had an opportunity of Will iI bc. a matter of pride lor us to boas] thai |  lalkin" with Generals I'eiain and Pershing on wc are manulac.luring lor Ihe world, il at home  ihe  milil'irv silualkn wc allow conditions lo arise-which breed iincni-  Th" 'lclual'��������������������������� suspension of hoslililics immed- ploymenl. poverty and vice? The ideal State is  i-ilclv followed ibe shmine of the armistice, but! that in which all the citizens, without exception,  it is** noted thai Ihis suspension applies only lo jhavc the opportunity lo live a sane dean and civ-  Ma<'"doni;m hoslililics againsl Bulgaria and fhaljilized life, partaking ol at least all lhc necessary  ji in ho wav elfecls hostilities in Macedonia,! comforts provided fiy modern science, and enjoy-  where Ihe Allied armies will ��������������������������� continue against jing the opportunity ol spin'  Austria-I lungarv  and  Turkey  and   lhe   German  contingents sent  lo  lhat locality.  DOGS IN WAR  x  vOl  everybodv realizes lhe important place that  dogs have' taken in this war. Of course, lhc  Germans began training dogs for war uses many  vears  ago.  bul  the  French   did   noihing  in   lhat   hey now  .    These  il the re-  improvement,  lhe.ambition ol  ford SifIon.  ���������������������������or spiritual and intellectual  To build* such a Stale should be  the voting men of Canada���������������������������Clif-  @@m*B S3s$ri������������������&ms  a  line, for Iwo vears after, war started,  jiave 18,000 dogs trained or in  Irainin  are cared for bv the Blue Cross, which.  quest of I  dog hospi  in France  named bv  bases,  tli en  lie  al  r rone  lo all  , has attached a  s base hospitals  n governmcnl  the. Blue Cro:  where war horses are treated. All dogs  lhe French army arc  received a I  the  disinfected   and   quarantined     Thcy  arc  duly or training.  The greatest lolal tonnage for a given period  launched from American shipyards look lo lhe  waler in July of lhis year. In lhat month 123  new ships, o'f 631,944 "tons, were launched. Of  these i'u were steel, 53 were wood, and three  were  07  were  steel,  composite.  Have, vou thought lhat'prcventable disease in  vour neighborhood alfeclcd your com fori, your  hcallh. vour income, and its purchasing [lower?  You blessed English people are lhc poorest advertisers on earth.    You tell all your faults, and  |Jr������������������   V*������������������  WHC5S!!5H3i5n!S^  '!mmmmmw^^wimw  As an outcome of lhc collision  in which lhc cars owned by .T. E.  Phinncy and P. S. Roc of Pcn-  ticlon came to grief, a charge  was entered against Miss Muriel  Phinncy by Provincial Constable  McDonald  for failing to  issigncd for  hide what is most worlh .Idling.���������������������������Rev. Dr. Fort, kecp to mc lcl't side of the road.  Newton. .... ._..:_</_���������������������������   ing  Ten tons of tomatoes are be-  gathered daily, wre are informed, on ihe Lakesidq Stock  and Dairy Farm. These arc being shipped to the Broder Canning Co., New Westminster.���������������������������  Summerland Review.  Peace without victory,  Pie without .crust,  Both   contradictory;  Berlin or bust!  Monday,    October    14lh,    is.  Thanksgiving Day. ,  j' THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1918  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  ENDER  oter  it's coming  Heating Stoves at last year's prices:  18-in air light  $3.75  21-in air light   .. . $4.75  23-in air light  $5.50  26-ih x 30-in   :. . $9.00  24-in air tight, cast lop; nickel-plated railing . . . .   $15.50  Wc have cue six-hole Queen Range a I $50.00  No: 21 Fairy Queen Healer ...  ������������������24.25  6-in Elbows     35 cents.  18-in Riveted Stove Pipe 30 cents  24-in Riveted Stove Pipe - 40 cents  Oil Heaters       $5.50 and $6.50'  4-hoIc Alta Range   -    $35.00    "  Togo National Healer, Cast lop, bottom and front  ���������������������������Price    $21.50  Togo National Healer, Cast lop. bottom and front  26-in, Price v . .   $25.00  i"   Rcgina   G-holc  Range,  complete with  Reservoir  and high closet. Price V . . . $05.00  Rcgina  4-holc  Range,  complete wilh  Reservoir  antUiigh Closet, No. 9, Price $00.00  " Alert easl ^l-holc Cook Stove $25.00  Cast Box Stove, 22-in $13.00  Cast Box Stove, 25-in ." ..,  .$15.00  - Cast Box Slove,"28-in -. :. . . . $18.25  Popular Hand washing machine $12.00  - l������������������ook over these goods and  prices. Yow wiir iwcj them  right ro -qualify awj price.  Pripbfeii Up!  ancj paint: your fcmijdmgs  naw; also your auto antj  farm implements.  Wc carry Paints for all purposes, also Alabas-  linc, all colors.  =i^Win?l6w^C"fitre^  prices. _-^i  Wc also stock Bcally Bros.' Double Cylinder,  Slock Pump. This is thc easiest operated and  fastest slock pump on the market. Price $33.50  Common Single Cylinder Pumps, l^-inch pipe,  Price  ". . .". $15.00  Electric Lights, 15 and 25 Walt 50 cents  Flashlights   $1.50 to $3.00  Barrel Churns '.. .$11.50, 12.75, $13.25  Stick Twine, per lb 75 cents and 85 cents  You will find our store full of jusl lhc goods you  require, and we endeavor to give you the best  service possible.  Pon't Forget our Plumbing  & Tinsmithing Department  Wc can make you anything in Tin, copper or  Sheet Iron. Plumbing systems and Pleating S3-S-  tcms installed. Specifications on anything in this  line. Heating Stoves Returned and made as good  as new at quarter the cosl of new ones.  We are agents for and stock the New Sharpies  Suction-Feed Cream Separators.  Fulton Hardware Co., Ltd.  ENDERBY, B.C.  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The subject will be "Education", and a  briei report will be given on the  lecture on this subject given 'al  the.Chautauqua held at Vernon  X  X  *i���������������������������   \_   Kr   *���������������������������*   ������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������  st   ss    js    ss   st  X  X  sr  j*  x  ENDERBY NOTES  X  X  <��������������������������������������������� *������������������ tr kf sr  tr ^ sr  sr  sr   tr sr   sr  sr  sr   sr  sr  Jl SS   J% JS   JS   JS   JS   JS   JS   JS   JS   JS   JS    JS   JS   SS   JS  -   GRINDROD NOTES   ������������������  sr ' sr  sr   lj- sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr   %r  ,.r sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  ���������������������������*1 pJS   JS   JS   J������������������, js   ,#^ J", JS   JS JS    JS js js js JS JS JS  sr'-  sr    sr  A. Tomkinson's mill is  last sununer  2t  Orders {'or wild  11  gone  to  for treat-  In Europe food is so scarce it  is sacred. To waste is sinful.  Pass, thou, in review.  v ' ���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������ sr  Mrs. H. A. Fraser .and daughter and Mrs. R. Griozicr and  children were visitors in Enderby lasl week.  Mr. and Mrs. A. E.  returned  from  an  aulo  Spokane.      Thcy   were  a fortnight. 0  Sage have  trip lo  absent  ^ me arc be-  _ left wilh Frank J. Williams  at Ratledge's barber shop. A  correspondent writes lhat 'Rat'  has a license to shoot anything  tha t ��������������������������� wears hair dr looks like the  kaiser, so* wearers "of schaps are  warned not to have their  on wilhin 50 miles of Lumby  togs  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  tr sr  ir l#  J-, js js js js js is js X   -e  Mrs. T.  C.  Yeoward will re  ceivc for lhc first lime Salurday  Ocl.   5th, "from   3.30   lo  0        *':  afterwards  day.  ������������������       GLENEMMA NOTES '    ������������������  X  X  X  il *i������������������ If *<C *���������������������������' *���������������������������-*" "��������������������������������������������� sr  sr  sr  sr  sr   sr  sr  rs  js js js js js jS js js js js js  js js js js j������������������  1-  It is wilh great regret that wc  announce the dcalh of William  Fauclel Smith, of Glenemma  the sixth of September in  France. News of his death was  received on the 20lh byW. Culling, .Jr., from Mr. Smith's  Olive, of Victoria. He  a lighter  Wasting today may bring tomorrow's defeat.  Tlie twins���������������������������U-boats and  wastefulness���������������������������are a menace to  the Allies.  Born���������������������������At ihe" Enderby Hospital, Sept.28th, to Mr. and Mrs.  Wm. H. Scott, a daughter.  Grand Chancellor Kincaid, of  Revelstoke, visited the Enderby  lodge, K. of P., last Friday evening.  again  aim  cn the second Tues-  Mrs. (Rev.) J. Wesley Miller  will be "at home" at lhe parsonage on Friday, October 4th, in  thc-aflcrnoon from .three to six  o'clock.  Mr. A  r  Weight has taken  charge or A. i). R. uaull & Co.'s  men's furnishings ..store while  Mr. Renault is on that bcsl-of-  all holiday's.  Part  of thc Commoner forcc  in bed this week nursing a  Ircssing case of influenza. Tf  it isn't Spanish, it's something  as bad.    Mr. Cary hopes  lo be  is  di-'  leaves a'wife and five children,  most of whom arc iu'Wicloria.  Mr. Smith enlisted for service  in France wilh the infantry only  a year ago. He was our J. P.  here, and always acted with the  utmost fairness. His son, Chas.  F. Smith, is a private in the infantry also, and is at present at  ihe' Willows Camp, Victoria.  Needless lo say, the whole community received a great shock  at the sad news, and our greatest sympathy is extended lo the  wife and family' in their be  rcavemcnl.  Born���������������������������AI lhe Enderby Hospital, Sept. 21 si, lo Mr. and Mrs.  Fouquclle, of Deep Creek, a  daughter.  sr  Mrs. Nichol has yarn for knit-  ling sox for the Trench Comfort  Club.and all knitting friends  are urged to partake thereof.  St. George's W. A. will hold a  Thanksgiving sale of home  cocking and lea in Red Cross  lea rooms Saturday, Ocl. 12.    2  Mr. _ and   Mrs".   Dan  in full swing.  + r  j*  jfhc stork visited Grindrod  the-past week, leaving Bernard  Rosoman a bouncing son.  Word has been received from  G. D. * McEwen who has been  wounded inVhc thigh by an explosive bullet. Fears were entertained that lie would lose his  leg as the arteries were severed,  but the doctors think thcy can  save it now., G. D. hopes to bc  in Grindrod this winter.  Charles Boltings  son   of M  on decK  davs  un 111 a,.wceiv or len  Word was received this week  by Mrs. Cox that'her son, Corp.  A. E. Cox, who is now in thc  hospital for wounds received in  action. Corporal Cox was decorated with thc Military .Medal  for gallantry in the field.  sr  Miss A. Thorscn and Miss M.  WaU visited Armslrong friends  on Saturday. Thcy arc conducting Evangelistic meetings al  Deep Creek oir Salmon AnnrEii-  dcrby road. Thcy. stayed wilh  Mrs. Collicut, Knob Hill,, over  thc week-end.  and Mrs. T. J. Boilings, has becn  wounded in the left arm but is  now doing nicely.  Mr.  W. Simpson of Falkland  has left i'or "Point Grey,, near  Vancouver, to commence his  duties as manager of the evaporator thcrc.  Mr. Thos. Turner, fire warden  of Falkland, who lately returned  from- the front, has rented the  W. Simpson properly and will  reside thcrc ,in future.  Jake Kncllcr b'<  s made  grade "on  thc road  from his "ranch .which is  going  improvement   over  ascend the old hill.  having  1 new  AVCSt  1 large  to  The   following   scores   were  made by contestants in the recent   farm   garden   competition,  held under the auspices of the  Northern    Okanagan   Farmers'  Inslilulc:     F.   Folkard,   Grindrod, S7; F. Riches. Mara, 85.3^  f.    Enienv,    Endcrhy,    81;    L.  Slroulgcr, Grindrod. 83; F. Collin. Enderbv, 80; C. Lillle, Mara,  79.3;   R.   Davcy,   Mara,   77;   W.  (George,  Grindrod,  75;  .1.' Tom-*  ikinson,  Grindrod,  71;  R.  Pcar-  incll,   Grindrod,    7J;   J.   Monk,  , ���������������������������--.   -,..-   McLeod j Grindrod,  09.  drove 111 from Mcrritt lhis weekl    Judged bv H. H. Evans,- Vcr-  Mr.  McLeod   returning    to  his'non, B. C.   The first five named  lumber camp aflcr a few days!won prizes in the contest.   -  in Enderby.  sr  Thc name of "another Enderby boy .appears on thc casually  list this week���������������������������that of Ptc. Eno  Antiila, who went overseas several months ago. Hc was gassed.  c '      x ,  Ptc. F. R.-Kenny wishes lo  lhank lhc ladies .of the Trench'  Comfort Club for thc lovely  parcel hc received from them.  It arrived all in good order, and  was surely welcome.  *,r    -  J*>  Sergt. Sidney Green writes  from France lhal be was one of  a "lank" crew lo bc sent ten  miles ^behind thc enemy lines  lo cut oil' thc artillery at a certain point. Hc was onc of only  four fo come back.  J he  first heavy rain of the  fall, season came' Wednesday  night, Oct. 2nd. The'threshers  havc had ideal- weather to gel  through the heavy crops, and a  very satisfactory ' .output will  come from lhc" dislrict.  Wc  carry in  stocic  uic  vai  ious brand's' of ������������������  Yellow Corn Syrup  Maple  Syrup -���������������������������  ���������������������������  Golden Drip  Honey,   ~e\er -      ��������������������������� " ���������������������������  ���������������������������and can supply any quantity  you-.desire.  The twenty-six Hi anniversary  of the opening of the Armstrong  Methodist Church will bc celebrated on Sunday and Monday,  October 13th and 14th/- Special  services will be conducted morning and evening on thc Sunday  and a supper and entertainment  on Monday evening.  AraNJNtre  kee Morris, Proprietor  SATURDAY NIGHT���������������������������Thc beautiful Blue Bird picture "The Flash-  tight," featuring Dorothy Phillips ancl William Stowcll.   And a  Lyons-Moran comedy.  SPECIAL���������������������������The    regular  -night  shows will  start  =_^nj gh t,^Q.Clab or���������������������������10 th ,=  Blue Bird  pictures.  Thursday  Thursday  =i'ea hiring  ANOTHER  Saturday  and   continuing  BIG   SEMAT,���������������������������Starling  night,    October    12th,  every   Salurdav.  Thc greal Western serial "The  Fighting Trail," in (ificon episodes, featuring "William Duncan  and Carol IToiloway. Remember,  shows every Thursday and Salurdav nights.  Enderby Theatre  Lee Morris, Prop.  FRTDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER <mr���������������������������  The beautiful Blue Bird picture  "Thc Flashlight," And a roaring  Lyons-Moran comedy. 8.30 sharp.'  Morris habit."  I Mr. Willctl of Morgandalc is  building a new root house with  thc aid of Mr. A. Fowler, and  a team   (mostly thc learn.)  Mr. Patten's threshing outfit  from Salmon Arm is up* threshing everybody out, and all are  well pleased at the results,  coupled with tlie high price of  wheat.   '  There has been no frost yet  to do any damage, which is con-  si dereel very good for siicb a  late date. Tbe third crop of  alfalfa is now being gathered  in, and although early in thc  season the hay crop appeared  to bc small, through thc heavy  rains in August anl lhc fine  weather since," the hay crop is  a bumper onc and the barns arc  well filled.  Rev. Stott and, wife and Rev.  W._Aki_l I ,^_all=J)f��������������������������� -Arms trong,  motored out lo Glenemma Hall  riji Sunday lhc 22nd, for llie  children's Rally Day service. Mr.  Slolt spoke on His wonderful  name, Jesus, ancl likened lhc  new Christian life like unto lhal  of a newly grafted tree, bearing  forth good fruit from thc parent vine. Mr. McPhail kindly  drove Ihem oul. A large congregation was present, the building being full, thc people coming from a radius of 16 mlies,  from Falkland to Morgandalc.  sr  Mr. and Mrs/'Gco. Willctl of  Morgandalc   motored   lo   Kam-.  loops and back  on  Friday  the'  271b.  Thc  annual  meeting  of The  Enderby Red Cross society was  held in the Cily Hall 'Tucsdavir'JL" "  evening,  Ocl.   1st.    The .reporti0,1"1 "M  of thc secretary showed a year1" "  of splendid service''rendered by'-'  the society. Officers.. were  elected as follows: President,  Mrs. - Winler; Vice-President,  Mrs. Keith; Secretary, Mrs.  Skaling; treasurer, Miss f. C.  Mowat.  F. B.. License No.  r8-12980.V-  E n derby  Qourt Armstrong  No. 3429  Meets 1st 'and 3jc1 Monday eve in Iiall iri  Brick Block, ;  W. Wi, ?. If.    e K0. MVMAY. fl*. ftt'y  RUB PIT!  WANTED--Male Help  "White". Apply to Chas.  Patchet, Evaporator,  Marrow Jam Preserve  Bring your films here for developing and printing. We do the  work quickly and to your, entire  satisfaction.  The Popular Variety  Store  CI,tff  -1  C. F.  13.  ST :-:  License No.  ENDEBBY  10-9227.  Cut a vegetable marrow into  dice-shaped pieces about onc  inch square. Soak in a syrup of  brown sugar for three days;  drain; place on stove to boil in a  syrup of while sugar and waler,  adding the rind only of two  lemons and one ounce of root  ginger (pounced) to onc pound  of marrow. Place thc lemon  and ginger in a muslin bag to  boil with thc marrow and  syrup. Let boil until the fruit  becomes transparent, then it is  ready lo seal.    (Contributed.)  ^  '.-.;  tl  I  Men's Box Kid Leather Lined  Neolin Soles    $7.50  Box Kid* Leather Lined  Rubber Heels  7. .. ..... $*G.OO  Box Kid BlncJhor  80,85  ' >l ������������������  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1918  ARMSTRONG DISTRICT  Interesting Glimpse of What Is  Being Done by Our Farmers  and Producers  The Follv of It  Our whole industrial life at  the present lime is absolutely  abnormal. Il is estimated lhat  there are. considerably over  200.000 people employed in the  munitions industry alone. Il is  ({uile a common Ihing for lhree  or four members of one household lo lie engaged in munitions  making, and lo be corning a lo-  fyl weekly payroll of anamount  thai would, in pre-war days,  havc been deemed wholly incredible.  Conditions like these cannol  last. With lhc lerm ina lion of  lhe,war there is bound lo come  a certain period of readjustment, whether long or short, in  which unemployment will probably assume morc or less formidable dimensions. Unless all  history's warnings arc wrong  -wc may he confronted by a time  of acute, depressions when thc  war is over. Thc need of thc  hour is for the individual cit-  ien lo save, save, save, in order  to guard againsl possibilities.  The" "free spender" of "easy  money" made in war-time is  not going the right way to enable" himself lo weather the  storm in lhc straitened and  strenuous days that may bc  coming sooner lhan he thinks.  Thrift i.s at all limes a virtue.  Today the lack of it on llie pari  of any one of us is not merely  follv hut a crime.���������������������������Montreal  Herald.  jjunu un i.i������������������v. ..c^," ; land   for   lhc  coming  crops  of  lorry  for  Iranspor- {1919.   -Plow,-plow, plow.    This  be  hammered  into  consciousness   of   Canadians  Tn a recent issue of the Agricullural Journal, R. J. ��������������������������� Ferris  gives lhc following glimpse of  Armstrong gained by him on a  motor trip from Armstrong to  Grand Prairie:  "There are. numerous valleys  stretching for miles into "the  lenrt ol" the mountains, which,  not having the advantage of an  iron road, depend on the wagon  and  motoi  tation. From Armslrong to j sli.oril<:l  Grand Prairie is -tbirly-sevenl  miles, and along this route,  which -principally follows the  Salmon River there arc at least  100 farmers, many of whom  havc splendid .farms. During  lhis year four ofc the farmers  at the Upper0 end "of the valley  have sold lhcir farms for sums  ranging around $10,000 lo men  from lhc prairies.  On leaving Armstrong you  pass a large number of market  gardens, eilher owned or railed  by Chinamen, and Ihe magnificent quality of the deep black  soil, combined wilh ellicient irrigation, assures them , very  ' heavy-crops. After going'south  I'or three-quarters of a mile you  turn west and gradually begin j I'1 districts  lhc ascent of Nob Hill. Immc-pkuit thrives,  diately to lhc left is a clearing bow Ions a  of-at" least 500 acres of land,  which is under cultivation and  thc crops arc iii a first-class condition. On thc other side of thc  road thcrc are evidences which  IS 10,000,000 tens were promised and will be delivered. America must produce 50 per cenl  more for thc Allies. That is lhc  job before the farmers and oil-'  izens of this country. The great  crops of grain in the Uniled:  Stales in 1*918 may not be dupii-j  caled next year and Canada will!  have to deliver a slill greater  share. j  There are but two Ways of j  securing this total-���������������������������production I  and conservation. Tbe greater:  of these is production. The duly:  of lhe hour is lo prepare lhe-  land  ENDERBY WEATHER  REPORT FOR AUGUST  1  2  ,T  4  i)  (5  ..7  8  1   9  ill)  i 11  ;i2  i 13  ;14  thc;lf)  at 17  the present time. This counlry, 13  with a year's experience in I rae- .]?���������������������������  tors, with several hundred .more J5*i  of them avaiablc this .fall, lhan i22  in 1917, should he able to" turn!23  many million  more acres  thc hislorv of this  124  in  ''l-'i  20  79  78  7o  81  85  S3  87  02  08  (it)-  04  7o  SO  79  70  71  73  SO  09  70  75  77  81  83  So  71  09  ��������������������������� ovei  than evci  counlry.    Thc morc plowed lbe;27  greater will  be  the production.;28  I The  weather   is   favorable,   the!~[  maehinerv available,  the neees-1:^  sity   of   the   limes   demands  it.!*  Then   plow.     Lei   thc   tractors j Moans  70  79  81  58  57  46  4 0  49  49  59  45  51  51  4 7  40  52  53  53  53  53  52  44  50  50  53  51  49  55  47  39  40  44  45  4 7  ������������������  21  21  29  35  30  34  28  17  17  18  17  29  28  26  17  18  20  28  25  20  19  24  30  34  30  24  30  32  32  34  34  .10  .02  .02  .20  .SO  .06  .08  .20  .09  .10  .03  .28  Remarks  Pari  Clear  JHCl^JVTIIVO    STOVES  Yourlicattng problem will be simplified greatly if you look over the different lines of stoves we are showing, viz:  WOOD STOTES  Part  Clear  Clear  Cloudy  Part   Clear  For 22  "   25  11    oy  inch    wood  $16.00  $1S.OO  $22.00  Pari  Clear  Clear  Clear  Cloudv  Part  Clear  Pari  hum  . dav.  for   Lwenlv-four  hours   a  Life of an Alfalfa-Field  1  where the alfalfa  it is hard to say  life it may havc.  Thc writer has seen fields in  Colorado tliat havc becn-producing hay for twenty-five ycars  and Ihcy seemed .just as thrifty  and  produced   apparently  just  ���������������������������show   that  morc   land-clearing  as  luxuriant  a   growth   as  did  Al Vancouver 3.000 cralcs of  raspberries have been placed in  cold storage and will bc shipped  to Baltimore in December'  has been accomplished in recent  months. A mile farther on we  pass through onc of the oldest  farms in the district, and tbe  heavy grain-crops which stood  in the slooks will amply repay  for labor expended on thc land  this year.  After five miles of rolling  country, thickly settled wilh  farms, wc enter upon a two-  ;milc stretch of bush, the principal limber of which is pine,  poplar and collonwood. Passing out of the wood, we enter a  valley -which is from onc lo one  and a half miles long and three  miles long.    11 is clear of trees  0 . - y  I Can   J--()i-i(l 1'o.T.rcl  I.icciies No. ^-Iki.-w ���������������������������  8 -    "      ��������������������������� .  '  fl  " PURE -.MALT VINEGAR g  Per 'md. .  75c  I MIXED PICKLING SPICE g  W   Per lb.    50c   fi  c   Colcmans' and Tnitau   Brand   fl  Mustards  A  a   Also.a fresh line ol Ciirrants    o  Raisins and Peel, etc. \j  CHINAWABE  neighboring fields that were a  good many years younger. In  California fields are reported to  be yielding well lhat are over  fifty ycars old.  Under our condilions here, it  seems quite evident to allow the  fields toj remain seeded down  for a number cf ytars. say nol  less than five or six at the least,  for tbe reason that it takes two  ycars or morc. .for., them to become well-established. It has  been observed thai fields four  or five years old yickl better  lhan those but two or llir.ee  vears old.���������������������������Experimental Farm  Notes.  tine!  1   iii  here arc some.fine farms  in il. but a large pari belongs lo  lhe Indian reserve and is not  under  cultivation.  Aflcr leaving this valley, we  en Icr lhc hush, and a sudden  dip in ihe road brings us lo  Morgan vale. Sieve is established a sawmill and store.    Mr.  of  u\l  days. 8;  75.32,  part cleai  .39  2.70  49.80.   25.51  Clear  Clear  19:  Clear  cloudy, -1.  For 22  " 25  "    2S  WOOD STOVES  wood  inch  51  $12.50"  $14>50  $117.50  The Charm Universal with uickle  foot rails, nickle swing cover", cast iron  top and bottom, heavy steel body lined  with sheet steel, large feed door. This  stove we guarantee will heat your homeo  and give your room the tone that satisfies.  The Charm Universal. These stoves  are the same as the above less the uickle  trimmings. A very serviceable stove  with a little less beauty.  WOOD  For  22   inch  "     25      "  ���������������������������-���������������������������"     2S      "  STOVES  wood  $11.75  $13.00  $1-1.90  The Charm Universal.     These  stoves,  arc the same  as above,  less the nickle  trimmings and feed   door,   you feed   the  wood from the top, but it has   the same  heating capacity.  COAL AND WOOD  STOVES $ 12.   $ 1 7 and $21  These are the  latest  and wood stoves-  designs   in   coal  Hard on the Lion  A mother was showing hcr  small son a painting of the martyrs being thrown lo thc lions,  and in solemn words was trying  to impress him with thc ter-  riblencss of thc affair, when  suddenly he exclaimed:  "Oh mama, there's onc poor  little lion away behind. He  won't gel a bite."  COAL AND WOOD  STOVES  $1S, $22 and $25  These are open face stoves, where you  havc no lire place, the Twilight-Herald  fills the bill. You can see thc fire burning which gives the room a cosy appearance.  Maclachlan Hardware Go,  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� g  It is for every onc of us to  say how much patriotic endeavor, how much loyal sacrifice  we will make by saving our  monev, by "doing without," so  that each day will see a surplus  to add to our" own and the nation's siren glh.  In England lhcy  ling  wasted  stabs  the back."  say "a shil-  a  soldier in  Are you going to do any  Building or Repairing-  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4  Ceiling, Flooring and  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4  Siding  .    $18.00 per thousand  and 2x0       ' . .$18.00 per thousand  Dry Blocks ,.   Planing Mill Wood  $2.5 0 per  load  2.25  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  Okanagan  Valley  Next  The selling of the poles which  arc" lo carrv the high tension  line of lhc Wesl Ko'olenav Lighl  Ql^JS^K^'S  Hcvwood.   who   bas   charge  hc  diffi 1  binding  Lhe slorc. had also  task of cutting and ._ .  acres of grain-crops for Ids  neighbors in the lower part of  lhc'valley. Another mile ahead  and we come lo a clearing  whicb is reminiscent of early,  clays, wilh lhc old log school in  the centre. From this place to  Falkland is len miles, and although for the first live miles  the Valley is narrow and the  farms can be seen down below  on the banks of the river, yet  afterwards lhc valley widens  oul. making possible the cultivation of a much larger area of  land. Twenlv-lhrec farmers live  and Power Co. from Greenwood to Princeton will begin  this "month. ��������������������������� A forcc of over a  hundred-men is now at work  clearing  thc  right  of'way and  F3  Ji  i3  rJ  yEsssBsssaaaaaaBaad  '!.-;;> holding- ihe necessary roads for Id  Ihis power line. It is not expected lhal the line will be  strung until next spring, and it  will not hc until the end of next  year lhal thc extension will be  completed. No definite plans,  it would seem, havc yet been  made for the building of the  suggested branch line from  Fairvicw norlh up lhc Okanagan Valley.���������������������������Summerland'-Review.  IT  S  Ihis stretch of  the valley  ���������������������������V fresh stock of din :\>y  sets.   Vjroad   (this does nol  include  the  "'many sclllers and homesteaders  lliM l���������������������������ii iv >- t -it ���������������������������1 I it\ -1 > \ 1 il w-*n������������������-_l w_*m n\  TT"rrri���������������������������cri-i ~  c   T.uL-l S!_'l.-3_. Caps and Sjiucct*   j]  ong  c   Pi  cu\ =   1  -vri-r  <f!i  ���������������������������T-  The Cussed Cut Worm  "The   dcstruclivencss   of  cut worm has not been so  dent for years." declares Mi  .Al >raham cliairm a u .oX _  I riliilili  X       Phone 43    Armstrong  I o  pxrrrxx >o<rrr>o-crr>(;-crr>������������������<r=>o<  land, though two years ago lhere  I was no grain grown I'or coni-  I'nrreiai purposes by these men,  ithis year Ihev have 300 acres in  j grain-crop, besides large hay  j crops,   some  having   fifty  acre  the  cvi-  . F.  ..111!?.  lioinc  section  Hoard.  :���������������������������> I  in hay. The orchards arc also  hearing heavily, and il is a question  if potatoes can   hc seen  in  -rdens  and   vaea.nl   lots  of    the.    Canada    Food  I.    "An  early season   lo a  small extent minimized lhc loss  front I Ms pes'     Thc lime lo a'  lock the cut v.onii i.s in the. fall.  .1  I MAT. HASSEN I  ���������������������������J ':'  x -...~���������������������������^ v  'i Auctioneer and Livestock ������������������  :  v y  ���������������������������* Salesman y.  X ���������������������������!���������������������������  * ARMSTRONG        B. C. *  any  oll:<  which   v.  acre a.s  lev."  r pari   of liie  ill yield as he  hose1 found in  province  ivily per  Ibis val-  nex  COl.il'O  worm  and if  grouix  vear s  Ihe  ravages are lo he  led.      'fhe    eggs    of   this  are  laid  in   lhe aulu'un,  11"lor ail eggs are laid. ihe.  is broken up or plowed,  i-rvae  will  Production Must Increase  V  *  v  i>  t  t  I  V  1   ll.'IVC  '.vide   .'icuiKiiiil.'incc*   ":!  amongst buyers. Consult mc  when you \v;iut to hold a sale.  Also send me particulars of any  surplus stock yon 'wish io dispose  of.  PHONE No. 34  eal  I01  ,1  The Need  of Thrift  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.  There has been no  slackening .ell'orls.' The impression seems lo prevail that Canada .has done enough in growing grain, and lhal the future  is assured so far as food is concerned. Such is not the case,  has nol bcen the case, nor will  it he for some lime to come. The  call i.s for morc and yet morc  production, and the cry I'or food  is still loud in the cars of Canadians.  Thc hard work and self-sacrifice of Canadians has borne  fruit. Britain cannot be starved.  There is enough to provide for  the armies and the civilians until lhc next crop, but no more.  There arc no reserves of food,  as there should bc.  Indeed, Canada must double | greater reason for saving every  hcr production in 1919. Let that j dollar that can bc saved, never  soak in. Tbe continent of Am- ja time that called morc plainly  erica has promised and must for thrift in every way in which  deliver 15,000,000 Ions of food- it is possible to practise thrift.���������������������������  stuffs this coming year. In 1917- Grain Growers' Guide.  _... - '������������������-     ������������������ JjjxArKjSB������������������*X '-W3  be so deeply)  niried as lo destroy ninety-five!  per cenl of Ihem. I strongly |  advise lhal everv available, fool  of town land he plowed lhis  fall. .During lhc winler there  will he plenty of time lo organize for planting it in vegetables,  lor even cereals, but gel as much  fa.II plowing under way as possible. Cilics and towns arc the  only available source ol" surplus  labor, and every ounce of food  will bc required."  True it is that in many households injunctions to thrift are  unneeded, not to say impertinent, advice. But thcrc arc very  many people throughout the  length and breadth of thc land  who have need of being counselled. For never was there a  time   before   when   there   was  &?**  M  LET THE COMMONER HELP YOU MAKE  BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF, AND HOLD THE  BUSINESS OF THE DISTRICT IN THE DISTRICT. THE COMMONER IS HERE TO HELP  YOU. BY CO-OPERATING WE CAN flOLP  IN THE DISTRICT THOUSANDS OF POPLARS EACH MONTH, AND AT THE SAMP  TIME GIVE TO THE PUBLIC THE COM-  PLETEST SATISFACTION  QUALITY AND SERVICE.  THE BUSINESS IS  HERE,  YOU,   MR.   BUSINESSMAN,  SHARE.    IF YOU ARE NOT,  AS    TO    PRICE,  IT IS UP  TO  TO    GET   YOUR  COMMONER  IT IS UP TO YOU !  HELP   US   TO   MAKE   THE  AN AID TO YOU IN BUSINESS.  HELP US TO PUT THE COMMONER INTO  EVERY HOME FROM LARKIN NORTH TO  SICAMOUS.  HELP US TO MAKE THE COMMONER A  BUSINESS GETTER FOR EVERY BUSINESS  ENTERPRISE IN THE DISTRICT.  HELP US TO MAKE IT THE MEDIUM TO  WHICH ALL MAY LOOK TO FOR THE BEST  STAPLE GOODS AT THE LOWEST LIVE-  AND-LET-LIVE PRICES.  HELP US TO MAKE EVERY "AD" SPEAK  FOR QUALITY AND RELIABILITY.  Phones���������������������������29 Enderby; 35 Armstrong.  A call will bring our ad man to see you, with  illustrations and suggestions for business-pulling,  interest-awakening, and good-will building ideas.  These will" cost you nothing, but advertising  space in the Commoner will cost you 40c per  column inch, transient, and 25c an inch each  insertion on contract.  The rest is up to you.  OKanag'an Commoner  Armstrong or Enderby. THURSDAY, OCT. 3,  1918  OKANAGAN COMMONER  *9* *$* # -Is  ,.9_..<<L  ���������������������������n o *"  5^   T-f������������������  *$������������������*������������������**!������������������  Annual Report-Armstrong Hoine Comfort Club  -ip  }!&> ftr- *?*  .^  .^ J*.! .^ _^,. JU .^��������������������������������������������� _J  Glucose is a wholesome food  product, which., has come on the  market io stay and at thc .present time, when conservation of  sugar is necessary Canadian women ought to be more familiar  with the many kitchen uses that  can be made of it, with satisfactory    results.      Commercial  glucose has been in use for a! tablespoons sugar, 2" tablespoons  long time with cane sugar in-white corn syrup, 1 square-choc-  the manufacture of 'confection- olate, % teaspoon vanilla. Melt  eiy.    The large jam  manni'ac-! the   chocolate  over  hot  water.  chocolate, 'J,4 teaspoon vanilla.  Cream Jhe shortening and mix  wilh thc syrup. Add the. sifted  dry ingredients, lhc chc'ecllafe  and the vanilla. Roll the dough  thin, cut it, and bake the cookies  in a moderate oven.  Cocoanut Pudding-���������������������������A pint of  water.     Wash,  pare,  core,  and  slice apples.    Put into .-saucepan  wilh   watcr,   syrup   and "cinna- ���������������������������-.��������������������������� -,, .     ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-  mon.   Cook over medium flame I ?"P s������������������T v U/' % cup con?1Isyi^p  o  no himm   (^hile), y2 teaspoon vanillaVI.o  !milk, 4 teaspoons cornstarch, }  72  until soft,  remain.  Chocolate Cornstarch Pudding  ���������������������������2 cups milk, 3 tablespoons of  cornstarch,  %   teaspoon salt, 2  Mash so no lumps ,      ,       , ,  -,., ..      , .  1     cornstarch add  %  cup  of  cold  milk to make a smooth mixture.  Scald remainder  of milk;   add  the cornstarch mixture and corn  syrup, stirring constantly. ' Add  the cocoanut and cook in double  boiler 40 minutes.   The cooking  mixture should be stirred till it  turers,   too,  have  used  glucose Scald-V/o cups of the milk; add \ lhic!jens-    When done, add the  regularly, some of Ihem employ- the corn syrup.   Mix sugar, salt ,^"i\,?^"<^P0llr11?''1"0U,lt,s. t.hal  "ing it, along with cane sugar,  to the extent of 25 per cent. But,  so far, il has been little used for  domestic   purposes   in   Canada,  chiefly because il has nol been' lhc liquid to the incited choc-  obtainablc on lhc market in 'olate, stirring constantly. Cook  small packages, ll can bc bought for 20 minutes in a double boil  and cornstarch together; add y2  cup cold in ilk to-make smooth  :mixture;   add  gradually   to   the  scalded milk, and then add all  have been dipped in cold water  Chill.  Chocolate Cake���������������������������3 V^ teaspoons shortening, '/, sup sugar  V.\ cup corn syrup, 1 egg, '/i cup  milk, 1 cup flour, 1 '/i \easpooii  baking    powder,    Va     leaspoon  ill all grocery stores, however,  in the form of corn syrup pul  up in tins. Although sold under  various names, corn syrup is  chiefly glucose, mixed wilh sufficient sugar or molasses lo give  it lhc desired degree of swec1-  ncss and flavor. Tbis is perhaps  thc moSl convenient and satisfactory form in which glucose  can bc handled for general  household purposes. After a  lillle experience, howeve-, it  may be found i-Mghlly cheaper  to purchase glucose in 511 > lots  and to make a s.rup al home Lv  101b o"  cr, stirring until thickened; adti  vanilla;   pour inlo  moulds  lhat l^0?01"1  have bcen dipped in cold water. cnin"  Chill.  Cake Without Sugar���������������������������Y\  cup  shorlening, 2 cups corn  2 eggs, 3 cups flour, V/j  spoon  baking   powder,   >/i   tca-i  spoon sail, 1  cup milk.    Cream  lhe  shortening,  add   the  syrup  and egg, and mix well.   Add thc  milk.    Sift  tbe baking powder  and flour together; add il slowly to thc mixture and beat. Bake  in a moderate oven, as a loaf or  kened; addjsal1' 1 scIu.!!j"c diocolnlc.  '/,   lea      vanilla. Cream lhe shorl-  add    sugar    gradually,  syrup, and egg, well beaten. Ivlfx  and sift dry ingredients and add  svrui) I ^bcrna'teJy   wi,lh   milk   lo   iirsl  'j.,]^'i mixture.    Add chocolate which  'has bcen melted over watcr. Add  the vanilla.    Bake for aboul 30  minutes   in   a   moderate   oven  380-400 degrees F.    J  Fruit Cake���������������������������4 cups standard  flour, 1 cup substitute Hour, 3/2  teaspoon baking powder, 1 cup  OOD  cBOAPD  A. McCUivLOCH  Succsssor to 7  A. J. O'BRIEN, VERNON  Violating Food Board Order  The attention of the Canada  Food Board "has bcen called to  lhc practice frequently adopted  by licensed dealers in apples,  turnips, potatoes and other fruil  and vegetables, of having men  living in different parts of the  counlry acting as lhcir agents,  buying or colracling such produce, superintending the loading of same on cars ready foi-j  shipment, and receiving a com-:  mission irom said dealers for  such work. j  All  agents   operating  in   the!  Manufacturer  and  Wholesaler  ���������������������������of���������������������������  All   kinds of   Aerated  waters, cigars and non alcoholic wincS.  Agent for the famous Calgary non alcoholic beer and slout.  Try som2 of our hot weather specials, Belfast Ginger Ale, Lime  Juice ancl Soda, Kola Champagne and  Root Beer  Special price on barrelllots   .  , Send for Price List  Mail  and  phone  orders  y  given prompt attention.  Phone 49  ,Vernon, B.C.  adding  quarts of water to each 5lb of  glucose. After boiling this mixture for a few minutes tbe syrup  is read}- for preserving purposes  wilhoul the addition of any  in ore sugar.  Apple Sauce���������������������������8 apples, -6  tablespoons white corn syrup,  V-2   teaspoon  cinnamon,   J/>  cup  layer cake or small drop cakes,  sugar and three Onc-fourlh cup of raisins added  lo lhe batter gives more llavor  and sweetness.  Chocolate Buckwheat Cookies���������������������������One-third- cup shortening,  1 cup corn syrup, V-j teaspoon  soda, Vi teaspoon salt, Y\- cup  sour milk, 3 cups buckwheat  Hour, or enough Hour to make a  slill* dough, 2 teaspoons melted  AtknowMtements to 'Luke FHiet  TO every home there comes a time when  every thought, every h������������������pe, every prayer  for the future centres on the recovery of one  Jovec} one. Jn that frour of anguish, every  means to recovery is sought���������������������������the highest medical  skill, trained nurses, costly treatment, poes  the price matter ?  It may be so great as- to  stagger the Invagination���������������������������a sum beyond the possible.  But does anyone ask, "Can we do it ?"  Money or no money, they do it.    And somehow they pay.  f  ���������������������������  It may mean doing without things they  think they need. It may mean privations,  sacrifices, hardships. They make unbelievable  savings, they achieve the impossible, bun they  get the money to pay.  ���������������������������k *Ar ir ft  To-day in this critical period of our nationhood, thci'e is imperative need for MONEY���������������������������  vast sums of money.  Only one way now remains to obtain it.  The nation must save, every community,  every family, every individual Canadian must  save.  If anyone says "I cannot save" let" him consider to  what extent he would pinch himself to relieve the sufferings of a loved one at home; and surely he would not  pinch less for our fighting brothers in France,  Without suffering actual privations, nearly every  family in Canada can reduce its standard of living, can  practice reasonable thrift, can make cheerful sacrifice to  enrich the life-blood of the nation.  You who read this, get out pencil and paper NOW.  Set down the items of your living expense. Surely you  will find some items there you can do without.  Determine to do without them.  Start TOtDAY. Save your money so that you may be  in a position to lend it to your country in its time of need.  '?j  1  o . 1 1     - - - .manner     mentioned,     without  3 tablespoons corn syrup_, first SCCuring a license from the  Board, arc doing so contrary to  thc order dated thc 13th day of  December,    1917,    wherein    it  sugar.  J/2 cup buller or shortening, ���������������������������  eggs,  1   teaspoon   sail,   y2   cup  milk, 2 cups_raisins, J/i cup peel,  flavoring.  shortening  Cream thc sugar and 'slates*  till  light.    Add   "'    '         That on and after the  ���������������������������   ���������������������������     ,    ���������������������������     ���������������������������       4i     ������������������ lst dav oi" February,  1918, no  eggs gradually; Ihen the flavor- pcrson shall dcal wholesale in  ing and sail. Add the corn syrup frCsh fruits or fresh vegetables  dissolved in milk. Ihen add the I witliout first having obtained a  balance ol  thc ingredients and license from thc Food Control-  mix well.  Jelly Rolls���������������������������4 eggs, 1 cup of  sugar, 5 tablespoons corn syrup than  or glucose,.flavoring, sail; then  add 4-5 cups standard flour, 1  cup substitute flour,-3 teaspoons  baking powder,  Icr," and in violating such order  ind subject to a penalty not less  ���������������������������$100  and not more  lhan  $1,000.  Domestic Casualty  Try Potato Bread  Two munition workers hvEng-  land were at dinner" and had  bcen served wilh somc heavy,"  Every'household where home half-cooked pudding,  made bread is baked can-save - '"Am," said. Bill, "this, pud-  wheat hour by an increased use ding's" as 'eavy as lead."-  ol* potatoes in llie'-bread and "That's so," said Ham, "it re-  ill have a mosl appetizing loaf, minds mc of 'omc." My mother  Save the left-over'potatoes from made a pudding, but it wasn't  noon dinner including the water ;'arf done, and'ais I couldn't" cat  in which lhcy were boiled unless i it, shc gave it lo the ducks. A  boiled Ibeni with llie skins'few minulcs later a neighbor's  FOR SALE  Jerse\- bull calf by thoroughbred Jersey  sire,  of Vernon  Okanagan Bessie No. 10254  For price apply  out  \n this case it is better, to (little boy- stuck his head in thc  door and said, 'Misses Jones, yer  ducks have sunk.'"  you  on.  use fresh waler. Mash the polar  toes thoroughly while thcy arc  still warm and freshly cooked,  and a small quantity of .lukewarm water in which the yeast  has bcen dissolved with the required, amount of salt and set  aside until next morning, then  mix into a stiff dough in the ordinary way. Set aside again to  prove,   and   when   light   knead  Real Estate and Insurance Agent.  Auctioneer and Live Stock Saleman  -���������������������������ARMSTRONG, B.-&  Henry Ford on Thrift  \ habits, ahd also lay up a portion I alive and the cars moving.    lot" it to have, and to hold, and to I     "Get a battery for yourself in  "By thrift wc do not mean use, when some of the unlookcd the shape of a bank account and  thc hoarding of money, but the for contingencies of life arise. |scc that day by day something  saving and investing oi'it. This, "The great street car systems is stored up for lhe time when  saving and >vise investing���������������������������this of the counlry get their power either your producing mecjian-  thrift���������������������������must not be confined.tb from '    "     "  " -������������������������������������������������������---��������������������������� a k~ :      :.......       ���������������������������..  mere money and other material from  down once; then let lhc dough J wealth, but. must be, applied to. also ever storing in batteries a  rise until light and mould into j thc elements of mind and body sutlicicnt quantity of current so Poh't administer your sav-  loaves. Put in the pans. JLetl���������������������������for in thrift to make for that whenc the producing ma- ings on the come-easy, go-easy  lhe loaves rise again until light.1 [growth there must be a surplus chincry   shall  be  incapacitated plan.    Save.  direct /ism may be in capacitated, or be  y'arc worn beyond repair."  Bake in a moderate oven.  [of  human  powcr,  and  in  just for a season there will be some-  Martin Burrell Coming West  | such proportion will the income .thing, to  draw  on  so   lhal  work i'or your hcallh and your wire may at all limes bc  Hon. Martin Burrcll, minister  of mines, and Mrs. Burrell, Icll  Ottawa on Tuesday afternoon  for British Columbia. While on  a sherl visit to his constituency  Mr. Burrcll will look into lhc  pro duct io n of zi n c a n d lea d... He  will also give somc attention to  lhc production of'plaLinum. a  platinum plant having been installed recently in the Vacouvcr  branch of the Dominion Mini.  Only  a  Dream  Tn Chicago thcy tell a story  ol' a sick man who had just  emerged from a long delirium.  "Where am 1?" he asked, as  hc fell the loving hands making  him comfortable. "Where am  I?    In Heaven?"  "Xoj, dearie," said his wife  gently, "1 am slill with you."  Thc strike habit seems lo  have reached lhc Okanagan section of thc C. P. B., another  strike having occurred on thc  steamer Okanagan last week.  On Monday the Japanese crew  of that now busy craft quit, and  thc boat was tied up for a day.  LEAHY  GARAGE  D. C. JyEARY, Proprietor  tbe  cpl  Thc man who saves for his  counlry  helps  himself.  <n  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������SA4.S������������������s7__t3z.W&  verifig capacity and  IT������������������������������������������������������*  of Paint  FORD DEALER  Repairs to all makes ofears.    Pnone 22  ARMSTRONG, B.C.  countrlps.   A'k   tor  our INVEN-  'iJ .VJ>Vl.s;-.'a.-rt-.lrlcli wii! !; -. .=ent free  MARION & MARION.  So" ontversit" St,r Hnvxritl'.  you  how  long  arrive   at  true   painting economy,  must base your calculations   upon  "  much   will   it   cover" c and   "how  will  it  last"���������������������������rather   than   on   "what   is   the.  price."  There is a certain retired merchant of a.  Western Ontario city who owns a Summer hold  in Muskoka. A friend asked him last Spring it  he was contemplating repainting his hotel for  this season, o  "Well, no," was the reply,  of giving it a coat because it is eight ycars sinca  it was painted���������������������������but when I came to look it over.  I found it unnecessary. You see,'I used B.B. on  that���������������������������so it looks almost as good as tlie day it  was painted."  The B.B. he referred to is EranJrim'd  Genuine B.B. White Lead.  This accurate report of cn actual conversation is the strongest way we know of to em  phacize the durability of Brandram's Genuine  B.B. White Lead. A3 to. its fineness, its whiteness, ask any painter of experience. They all  know B.B. to be the pure article^���������������������������ab?o!uteiy  unrivalled for covering capacity and durability  ���������������������������therefore, the lead to buy for true economy.  Thim V/hltm Lead tr invariably uwed* in the manufacture  of B-H "Entllrh" Paint*  FULTON HARDWARE  pRA N DRAM-H ENDERSON  BOHT������������������K*l. MALI r*X ST.JOHN TORONTO WI NHIPCS CAI.S������������������flY r.n-  CO  ohton vmcovvn  CO.,  Ltd.    ENDERBY, B.  C. e  OKANAGVJN   COMMONER  Foot  Warmers   (croc];.)    each  Extra   Long  Stove   pipe   each  Axle   Grease per   tin   Jfc.lec.tric Lamps .............  Tar Paper,   per roll    Building Paper   .   Coil Oil, per gallon    Potato digging  Sack Twine, per" lb.  Lanterns, each  Flashlights   12 ga. Shot Shells,   per box ...... /............... $1.35  22 Long Cartridges    "     l    ............... 7.......   SOc  22 Short " "    "..:.....  4-Oc  Coil   Oil TIealm-s  each $5 SO and $6GO  forks  .......... 31.SO  ,    SOc  .............   20c   SO ancl SOc   $l.SO      31-S2S    4-Oc  c  .'.- . $2.S5  . 75c and $1,00  S ...... $1.50  $1.00 to $2.25  THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1918  10ubiiome needs  .music-  why not get a New Edison and  have the music cf lhe world's greatest  artists  in  your home?  NO NEEDLES TO CHANGE  A small cash payment takes a  laii-smitn liar  e  ;o.  CORNER HARDWARE ARMSTRONG, 5. C.  PHONE 33  jj Is being-taken advantage of by more people every day���������������������������   [|  our choice is good���������������������������oui: goods guaranteed���������������������������if goods shipped  are not satisfactory as regards quality aiid price, we will accept .return   of same  and refund your money.    We prepay  {}   postage 011 all goods except groceries.   JLet us demonstrate  jj   the value of this departmen tto you.  DIAMOND  AMBERGLA  to your homo���������������������������balance easy terms.  JIavi-: one in your home for three  .days-'on   genuine  absolutely  FREE TRIAL  THE.. HOOD 5TATI0K������������������BV C  The Edison Distributors  Vernon,  B.C.  I  I  MEN'S SWEATERS'. .- ..  Men's all wool knitted sweaters ���������������������������a very special line in large sizes only���������������������������very soft 'wove  but heavy and warm.     Sizes-10, 42,   44   LADIES' HOSE  6  i  fi'  <"V    *  $8.50 Oi  I  |J Penman s special cashmere hose for ladies, in all sizes. The best value in cashmere hose you can fl  r procure today. 1 he dye in these hose is somewhat imperfect, "try a sample pair at ourjisk d������������������i aa V  JJ     all sizes,    Haying bought a very large quantity of these we can quote a special price of   $1.UU     fi  Greatest Battles in "History  Boys'".Rock rib and .Hercules hose,  rib wtth double knee's, heels aud toes  BOYS'HOSET  The best that money can buy,  $1  per pair  Very strong,   durable   per pair  of  Men's Wear  Groceries  Your Winter Underwear until  it is too late. Woollens arc  scarce. We arc sole agents i'or  STANFIELD'S���������������������������Lhc best on thc  market.  How about a House of Hobberlin Suit Made to Order lor  winter,?  Canadian Food Control  License No. 8-17170.  E. B. DILL  Enderby, B. C.  CLASSIFIED ADVTS.  L- a   word   first insertion: lea word  llicrcai'tcr.    "oe niininiuni -  J-\-\n.M. WANTED���������������������������Aboul 100' acres.  Also contracting" and building.  F. YV. Sehafcr. Replies to'be sent  lo   Ed.   E.   Reiswig,  Armstrong.  LOST���������������������������A brown mare with "H"  branded on left hip. and a strap  around neck when she left home.  ���������������������������i!5 reward for any person reluming same lo \V. II. Norman.  Arm.strong, (31  FOR   SAL!::���������������������������Pure-bred   while   Wyandotte   cockerels    from    Guild's  .   hred-lo-lay strain.    S2  each.     \Y.  . M.   F.  Collis,   Lansdowne.       Gl-ll'  YOUNG IMGS I'OR SALE���������������������������Choice  lot. .1. II. Patten, Spring Lake  Farm. Armstrong.  TOMATOES���������������������������Ripe or green (iJk-r.u"-  lies) f>0ib, ^!.2i5. Order now as  lhcy are at their besl. YVe deliver in (own. Maw & Sons.  Phone  F.'iOd!). (i<)-3  WANTED    lo    rent   ple:.s::nl   h:  .and rooms and board wilh pi  (or   would   rent   same)   close  centre of luwn. Also io buv ;  ^JpUl-  ��������������������������� intl i\ ������������������c \ :  * tl  ���������������������������I-  ly  used  car wilh  slarler.  Mirr.   Graham,   ev;<.pora!or,  iiise  ano  to  ;sed  =s!j-nh[---  Apply  Now is  the  lime  to  or    two   J'oi'   lhc   cold  nights   which   arc  just  the corner.  gel one  win tor  a round  E. T. ABBOTT  Druggist and Stationer  Armstrong, B. C.  Unterseeboole  Whal is meant bv U-L53  on  FOR      S A I.F ���������������������������A      few  marrow.     Splendid    for  ing,  or as     a  vegetable.  G.   Crozier.   Armslroiri.  submarines'?  _ Answer. Thc U is short for  I'nlersecbootc, or undcr-sca-  boa.t--or--SubinariiK'..��������������������������� Tlm-l'IV.  vegetable  presorv-  JMrs.  I),  (id  indicates lhc type of submarine.  The number designates the  number  ol"   the  particular boat  A Paris report under dale  Sept. 30th says:  "Marshal Foch is fighting five  batlcs simultaneously and successfully���������������������������a i'eat unparalleled in  lhe history oi* war. Each bal lie  is so timed and placed that each  army supports another, forming  an .indispensable part of the  whole-cll'ort.  "General Grant's idea of a  continuous concurrent attack  by a multiplicity of foiccs on  many fronts is being realized by  the Allied generalissimo. There  are five battles today; there may  be more tomorrow; all intcr-re-  lated and working as smoothly  as the cylinders of a well-adjusted automobile engine. All  are directed lo thc same end-  to wear down the enemy's  strength. Marshal Foch alone  knows when lhe Allies will  strike the decisive blow. The  enemy is still fighting well. Hc  is still offering stubborn resistance, west of thc Argonne, but  how long hc can keep that up is  a question.  Experienced       commentators  agree   that   the   enemy's   withdrawal lo a. shorter line, probably lhat of Antwerp, Brussels,  Memers ami Mctz, is imminent.  Somc believe lhat he has hung  on   too  long  and   that  hc  will  (have great dillicully in preventing his rctrcai from degenerating inlo a ro'uI.  "For Foch. as for Napoleon."  says the Matin, "to conquer is  not to push back an enemy behind lhe lines previously fixed  upon, but gripping him everywhere, lo break thc integrity of  his forces; then hurl him, disjointed and destroyed, on thc  road lo irreparable defeat. Like  all great dramas which havc altered thc face of thc world, the  onc which is being played now  during these fateful hours will  bring triumph. Victory is in  sigh I.'  "An examination of onc section of the twenty-two mile  fronl on which General Gour-  aud .is aliacking in   lhc Cham-  0  8  i  I  i  U  WOMEN'S GLOVES  Women's fleeced lined gloves, in grey and white, a very durable  glove   with   a  lleoced lining, especially good value at   very  soft  per pair  50c  60c  SHEETINGS  Special value in 72 inch sheeting bought early and   in  large  quantities and   following  usual practice, we give you thu beniiit of our  saving.     A   very   tine  quality  and   only  one bolt left  per yd.  A> beautifully finished  soft, even  weave,  without  a  at      MIDDY CLOTH  flaw.  Kemarkably good  value      per yard,  TOWELS  3S inch TurkislAowels, special value. Don't lose this one, ner pair  o.  w  0  i  II  j  i  i  i  60c t.  out  our  75c  45c  0  3  0  I  0  w  _    General Merchants  your  fully refunded.  x   Try a special Mail order.     If any article is not to your satis-   0  IJ     faction, return it and your Mail Order monev will be cheer-     ^  I  fi  fi  fi  0  II.  fi'  fi  GROCERY BULLETIN  Ogilvie's  fleur  now  ia  stock,  also  the  following substitutes: white corn flour, barley flour, oat  c flour and a full line of cereals '  Ready cut macroni in bulk, 2 pounds for 2og. Pickling spices of eyery kind  Wilson, Lyth & Bodgerow vinegar in bulk, white wine or English malt, 75c per gal.      The most  reliable vinegar for pickling  Fresh fruit arriving- all the time  oreman & Armstrong  The Big Store  " Armstrong, B. C.  Cn.ti. Pood Control License"  Xo. S-22.3G6  V(,l\ ' SKI'.VICK���������������������������Piiri'bn-d York-  shii-L- hoar. Turiier ������������������fc ]')iiii;ildson,  Kii<I<tI>y.  of lhal type.  A  sisls  dollar saved over here  the bovs "over  I here."  as-  JKOM SAI.I-;���������������������������'I'liri'o Jersey hoilVrs:  l\vi)-year-oI(ls. Apjily, J. Mini-  sell,   Ariu.slrong. i>8-l 1"  AYANTICD���������������������������Will pay cash for 10  good fresh rows. Must bc heavy  milkers and test over I \xvv cenl.  C. M. Henderson. D.V.S., Phono  :?!)-!,   Armstrong. 50-tl'  I have a large? list of enquiries  from (he Prairie Provinces for  Mixed Farms and Slock Ranches.  Mail your deserip'.iyns of properties direct  lo  liie oflice.  <:.I-:0.'-.MICKLE!30ROLTGH  Box 3!)S , Vernon  SECOND HAND  TIMBER  FOR SALE.  Enderby.  Apply,   N.   H.  Kennv,  60-5t'  LAYRITZ NURTERIES  Victoria, B. C.  I am   now   taking orders tor  fall and  spring delivery.  H. A. ALLISON, Agent  Armstrong, B C.  Stop   reckless  spending.  We Okanagan Garage  Phone 77 Armstrong, B.C.  league Avill give -nn idea ol" the  German waste lhere. On the  eve  of  lhc attack  General Lu-  SVv-=!'G-ill-  '"'   two  ���������������������������vet-1 IVI V  i'l*������������������������������������������������������ 1 1 I"> *T_���������������������������Jt 1 ������������������T /  -i-t-i-ri I l-i-O 1- l"l i v  A,  ri-IV  forced lhc (iclcnclcrs wiiii  or three divisions. Al'ler two  days' lighting he threw in len  morc divisions. These twelve  or thirteen divisions havc hccn  used up on a Front ol' twenty-  two miles only.    From  this thc  speed at which the German divisions arc being whittled away  may easily bc calculated. .  "The sobcrcsi and most conservative    observers     consider  that yesterday marked thc first  step  in  the  decisive  phase  of  the war. The Belgians arc close  to Roulcrs; thc British, marching  up   lhc  Lyis,  will  outflank  Lille; thc Siglricd line is going  to   pieces   at   two   vital  points,!  namely Cambrai and St. Quen-1  tin,  thc Jail of which places is  considered a question- of hours.  Le Calalcl, thc central pillar'of  the Hindenburg syslcm, is outflanked;     General    Mangin     is  driving the enemy norlh ol" the  Chemin    des    Dames;    General  Gouraud   is    aL    lhc   gates    of  Gh a rl c ra n-gc���������������������������(>n=���������������������������11 is���������������������������w-a-y=l-0;  Vouziers, lhe key lo the lateral  railroad communications oi* the  Germans.  "Moreover, during thc last  week the Allies on lhc western  Front havc taken more lhan  50,000 prisoners."  EVER HEAR  about the auto owner ivho spent the  first year under his car seeing why it  didn't run instead of running it?  Well, hc never heard about the expert  work iu repairing done at our  AUTOMOBILE GARAGE  When we fiix your car you know that  expert work has been done. Tt's the same  when we furnish supplies and accessories  you know you will be satisfied.  McLaughlin and Chevrolet Cars  THE NEW  TUN6S-T0NE STYLUS  Needle will play from 50 to 200  records  without changing.  Victor Records  90c for two selections  If. S. BEST  Armstrong,   BC.  The Chocolate Fund.  Ncxt lo smokes, there is nothing so important to the soldiers as chocolate.    In thc first  WE ARE ENGAGED  in procuring- for you the finest  :Diamoncs, Signets, and Wedding-  Eings. Our line is complete and  includes the finest designs in  stone set rings   for ladies and  gentlemen^      _                "^Tf^gives us"preasufe~fcTsliow  you our stock, and to tell you  whether you are ready to buy or  or not, about our  WJien yoy wswr good  tea twy Tip Top Te*'*t  the price, 60c per* j|r  Cooq Te* *r Jow price  at  Up-to-date Jewelry  J. C. Adams  Armstrong  10 MEN WANTEP  10 men wanted for concrete work  place il is sweel and the soldier j at Kelowna, B. C. Job will last  cra.vcs something sweet aFtei-j untiil freeze up. Wages $1.25  stew, corned beef and biscuits per 9 hour day. Apply F. W.  day alter day. Secondly, though Groves^District Engineer, Kei  sweet, it docs not create thirst  as does candy and other such  things. It is durable and keeps,  that is, until the soldier gets it,  then it doesn't last long, for hej    TciK]ers    fop    the hase   of  goes alter it like a drowning! what is '��������������������������� common!v known as the  man lor a liie preserver,. It ls'.Rippington property, will be re-  most sustaining and a friend of j ceived ^by  the  undersigned  up  to  Canada Food Board License .No.'S-9SC  GENERAL   MERCHANTS  PLEASANT VALLEY  owna, B. C. or phone W. R. Reed,  3404, Kelowna, B. C.  TENDERS  mine told me of  noon of the 12th inst.  . , .     ������������������������������������n cxpencnce. y -Applications for the lease of the  where he was in a shelter with'property, for one or two years will  three other men lor hours with-; also  be  considered,  the  applicant  will help your boy in just such  circumstances, or maybe your  neighbor's boy. So, give, people, give.  There is as much pleasure in  ading  a novel.  Municipal  Clerk.  Armstrong, B.C., Oct.  1,  1918.  Trained Corsetiere:-  Miss Turner will be pleased to-  call upon ladies to demonstrate the  Spirilla Corset. New season's  models washable aud unbreakable  made lo order corset. Guaranteed  to fit and wear.  Please send post card or call  distance no object.  Miss Turner is also agent for the  A. F. C. Toilet Articles. Blouse  and dress patterns cut  to measure  Armstrong.  linn. 8. QiPKsQn  Real Estate and Insurance  List your Properties and Houses,  for Sale or Rent.   Enderby, R. C;  Wife���������������������������Really, John, I think  you! are one of tlie worst-  dressed men in town.  reading a good bank account as!   Jt^^^J?!^ m3L,dear'  ���������������������������     ������������������ are one of tlie best-dressed wo  men, which accounts for it.  SMOKfc   TUCKfc I t^y  T& B PLUG  FOR SALE���������������������������Spring and fall oats  and rye; 16 shoe drill; strawberry plants, good varieties. Apply Chub & Pemberton, Enderby

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