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Array Is.-J  ���������������������������V  Wi h.  ARMSTRONG,  B. C.  ENDERBY,  B. C.  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRES������������������ AND ARMSTRONG ADVERTISER.  Vol. XV., No. 41; Whole No. 763  ARMSTRONG. B.C.. THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1918  T  Subscription. $2.00  Der  vear: oc the conv  Eighty-two Years Old  and Lost in the Woods  Few  men   arc  heller  knownjlishcd himself as a tailor.    On  in and about Enderbv lhan "Old icoming lo Endcrhy he first set  up a tailor shop on the river  bank aboul wherc lhc lumber  company's blacksmith shop is  now located. He later look up  what i.s now lhe Murphy ranch,  and endeavored lo develop lhal  Mr. Elson."   And few men havc  more friends. Mc was a familiar figure lo all; going aboul as  he   did,   day  after   day,   flower  picking    by    lhc,   roadside,    or  gathering   nuts   and   berries   in ,iwi  Lhc    woods    ncarbv.      Several,'excellent property while follow-jfimj m  vears ago, Mr. Elson sold lo P. J ing his business as a lailor.    InJ^,-,.  il. Murphy lhc farm he located, Ihe early days he "dressed" lhc lhc  upon some twcnlv-five or "more merchant kings of all lhc Valley  years ago, jusl outside thc cily, towns then on the map, though  iimils.  One'of lhc conditions of there were nol manv  Ihe sfilc was  lira! hc should be  given  a home by Mr.  Murphy  for lhc  remainder  of  his days.  Since thai lime Mr. Elson enjoyed  lhe  best   thai  was  going  a I the King Edward hotel. Enderby,   up   Lo  Sunday  morning  lasl, when bc took brcakfasL as  usual aboul  9 o'clock and left  lhc    hotel   for   his    morning's  stroll along   lhc   Canyon   road.  He failed lo show up for lunch,  but as lie had frequently been  late in returning al other limes  no alarm was fell. However, as  night drew near, City Constable  Bailey started   for  the  Can von  road lo find him, as he had done  at   other   limes.'    He   returned  without Mr. Elson. Others went  out in twos and threes. Thcy  scurried about the bushes along  the railway track, and the hillside. Thev. too, returned without  Mr.  Elson.    Then  a  parly  thirty or more, wilh lanterns,  hunled lhe hillside back of Mr.  Barnes'    place,.   through    "thc  park"   and   around   the   Indian  church. Thcy were out until 2  o'clock Mondav morning. Thcy,  loo, failed lo find Mr. Elson.  Early   Monday   morning   Mr.  Paradis started alone. He found  the cane"(rack of Mr. Elson a I-  lhe point where hc was .accustomed lo leave the railway and  cross over to-lhc Canyon road.  This- lrack.be followed all  the  '"way up,the canyon to Mr. Wor-  thinglon's    place,    some    four  miles   from    lown.      Here   hc  -learned lhal Mr. and Mrs. Worthington had met,Mr. Elson on  the roadside close lo their place  Sunday   afternoon   about   1.30,  and bad  talked  with him,  cn-  davoring  to   induce   the  wanderer to return home.    His answers indicated  that  hc knew,  or thought he knew,"'wherc hc  wanted to go, and thcy Darted.  From  this point Mr. Paradis  tracked Mr. Elson's stick mark  down the road turning south, as  far as the Fear farm.   Here the  track was lost.    Enquiry a I the  .house and of farmers in lhc vicinity,   elicited  no  information  from any source. Mr. Elson had  not appeared at any ef lhc farm  houses,   and 'nobody   bad   seen  him on  the Fear road.    A bov  Ion a motor bike passed "an old  ]man",  on   lhe  road  going "west  jheiwcci W1 i e=JEea r=ron d^an d=d h e=  noinl  where   lhc   Hullcar  road  makes a turn southward.    This  "s the lasl track or lrace anv of  ���������������������������he searching parlies havc been  jible lo find of lhc Old Gcnllc-  |-uan. though they havc scoured  hc  bills    and  roadways   every  Jlay since.    Tucsdav some 25 or  J50  men    nnd   highschool  boys  |l>cnt  lhe  bush  in" thai vicinilv.  jVcdncsday    thc   country   was  ovcrcd by several persons on  horseback. Others promise lo  ho oul today.  jVlTic suggestion has been made  Inat the Commoner ask every  farmer  in   lhc   vicinity  of   thc  "car farm lo search lhcir particular place. Each farmer knows  j-is own ground heller lhan any  Granger could know il. and can  Kill at once where lo look for a  -anderer of Mr. Elson's condi-  [on and age.    Any information  i'ill be appreciated by the men  leading  the  searching  parties,  they are completely "at sea"  to what next to do or where  i������������������ go to look the country over.  Mr. Elson is some 82 ycars of  |?e.    He was a man of strong  liysiquc   in   earlier   manhood,  hirig a veteran of the Crimean  jar,'jand thereafter a member  the Scotland Yard police. He  ime to British Columbia when  lie  C.P.R  wais (building,  and  as one of the early settlers at  ort Moody.    Later he went to,  |'3W  Westminster   and   estab-  He had one son, who was  killed in the wreck of an engine  on thc C.P.R. Mrs. ELson and  two daughtcis arc residents of  lhe Province, the mother and  onc da ugh Icr living a I Armstrong. Up lo a few ycars ag  Mr. Elson was a great sludcnt  of the Dimblcby school of as-  j Ironomy, and was a deep  :reader of world all'airs. Willi  i the approach of lhc feebleness  I of old age he look to the woods  ifor the lillle pleasure he could  life, and spenL mosl of  days knocking about with  llowers and bees and birds.  Soldiers' Home Comfort Club  Are you saving for a Victory Bond?  As in  previous years,  the S.  Ii.   C.   C.   has   arranged   for   a  "Christmas Shower" to be held  in  the Avalon Theatre on Fri-  a"������������������jday eve. Oct. 25lh.    Aboul 150  i parcels are needed for our boys  j overseas, and everyone will be  given   an   oppoilunity   lo   help  fill Ihesc parcu's by their dona-  lions on  lhe above dale.    Each  parcel  will  consitd  of  smokes.  I'ruil   cake,   home-made   candv,  chocolates, socks, etc.    Smokes,  cakes    and    candy   are   moslly  needed.    A program and dance  afterwards   bas  been  for.    Do nol for'gel lhc date.  Bvaporator Manager  Taken, Military Charge  Last Saturday morning Capt. J Carey  Lawrence,    of    the    Kamloops a lor.'   He went,  manager  Armslrong Hotel  ing   for  something  arranged  police  force,  molored  lo Armslrong  and   took  lunch   a I   Lhe  He was look-  Whal hc  discovered is a police secret.  But his discovery was followed  by rapid developments. Provincial Constable Pallon, of  Enderby was also in Armslrong  and between Ihem thcy soon  set the machinery in motion  that look from our midst Mr. A.  of the Evapor-  wc understand,  as a military prisoner, the initial charge being onc of desertion for failing lo reporl under  the Military Service Act. Thcrc  was also a woman in the case,  but that is nol militarily relevant.  Mr.Carey came from Eastern  Canada to lake the management for Grahams Limited.  He look hold of lhe business on  landing here and proceeded in a  businesslike manner to whip  lhc plant inlo shape for an early  slarl. Thc developments after  lhc arrival of lhc police cauic"'  as a shock   io   lhc  ComnumilyT*'  Mr. Carey' was - given until  evening to put lhc business in  shape lo leave il to his successor1*'  and soon after dark he and Mrs.e  Carcv left with Capt. Lawrence*  for Kamloops. A reporl from  Kamloops stales that at that  point Mrs. Carey purchased two  railway tickets and shc and Mr.  Carey, who Mas out on parole,  look French leave. Tbey were  afterwards captured at Ashcroft.  As operations had already  begun at the Evaporator, thc  services of-a local man were absolutely necessary in order to  keep things going until other  arrangements could bc made,  and under these circumstances,  Mr. Watson, who Avas assistant  manager lasl year, consented to  The plant is not  at full capacity, '  progress. is  charge.  take  yet   Avorking  but splendid  made.  being  ANOTHER SON KILLED  Why Canada must borrow  to  money  carry ������������������1$  Because Canada has put her hancj  to the plow and will not turn back:���������������������������  side of liberty and justice and will stay  in it till complete victory is won and  the unspeakable Hun is smashed and  beaten to the ground;  ���������������������������a nation at war must make tremendous expenditures in cash to keep  up her armies and supply them with  munitions, food andclothing;  ���������������������������Canada must finance many millions of dollars'of export trade in food,  munitions and supplies which Britain  and our allies must have on credit;  ~for these purposes Canada must  borrow   hundreds   of   millions   of  dollars���������������������������    -  =Andrthis=money=musrb^e"bl5fraCve^=  from the people of Canada:-  Therefore, Canada will presently  come to her people for a new Victory  Loan to carry on.  Canadians will loan the money by  again buying Victory Bonds.  The national safety, the national  honor and the national well-being  require that each and every Canadian  shall do his duty by lending to the  nation every cent he can spare for this  purpose.  o  Pt,e.  Kennethr-W^iei':-Reported-  Lost     m     Action���������������������������Last,    of  Three Armstrong Brothers to  Pay the _ Supreme Sacrifice:  Mr. and 'Mrs. A. W. Hunter  of Armstrong, av ere -h carl-broken Wednesday, Avhen official  nolicc came lhat Iheir third son,  Pic. Kenneth, was killed in action on Oct. 1st. To Mr. and -  MrsJ. Hunter the heart of thc  community goes out in sympathy. Each of the past three  years of war. has brought the  deepest of sorrow to . their  home, yet Ihey havc bravely  fought on and hoped that at  least one son Avould bc spared.  On Nov. 1, 191 G^Plc." Herbert  A. dicd of Avounds. On April 9,  1917, Corpl. R. F. was killed in  action at Vim\r Ridge; on Oct.  1,1918,-Ptc. Kenneth; killed in.  action.  Are you saving for'a Victory Bond?u  Re ready when (he call comes to see your  country through fa its great war work  Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee  in co-operation with the Minister of Finance  of.the Dominion of Canada  :>���������������������������  100  A Splendid Innovation  _ The, a \i\de^giio^Mers^oC=Enderby=  districl feel themselves particularly    for Innate    this    year   in  ha\ring   lhe  Wm.   McNair  produce  commission   company  establish  an  agency in  JEndcrby.  where lhc   fruil  is   assembled  and   boxed   by   an   experienced  packer.       Heretofore   Enderby  npple growers have had to face  greater obstacles in lhc disposal  of   their  fruil   than   any  other  section  in   lhe   Valley,  and   lhc  returns have nol been satisfactory.    This year,  however,   the  apple  crop  is  unusually heavy  in many of Ihcjiillsidc orchards  and wilh  ihe McNair company  handling   lhe  fruil.   doing   thc  packing   here   and   buying   the  fruit from  lhc grower right on  lhc ground,  there is the assurance of a mosl satisfactory season.    The first straighl carload  of apples was shipped thc pasl  Aveek and another is now  loaded.  being  Servant Girl���������������������������I'm so awfully  sleepy in tbe morning, doctor!  Doctor���������������������������Ah! Have you a  SAvectheart. may I ask?  Servant Gin (blushing)���������������������������Yes.  Doctor���������������������������Who is hc, may I  a;sk?  Servant Girl���������������������������He's the night  policeman.  Doctor���������������������������Ah! Then give him  up and fall in love with the milk  man.  S-SSS  :i. '.-:���������������������������  Are you saving for a Victory Bond? OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1918  HONESTY  IN  s Principle that All Success  ful  Businessmen  Follow  Feeding the ��������������������������� Needy  ���������������������������; The world is apt to forget  that there are.10,01)0.000..people  ���������������������������Belgians and French���������������������������who  have do be .fed and clothed Iw  ���������������������������the sheer spirit of whal avc call  humanity in lhc rest of lhe.  ���������������������������while peoples. Improving war  news has nol alien d the position of many of Ihem. There  are child.''', n vim !:ave never  known anything bul lhe slale of  slavery. Over 2ii;!.'.V/(l Ions of  .-hipping, secured by arrangement from llie Swedish government'foi'.use in r.on-war /.ones,  have been devoted to carrying  in the coming year lhe food and  clothing which we musl send  J'lv-m Ihis side of lb:- Atlantic lo  this trampled on bul unconquerable people. Tbe following  foodstuffs will have to be transported across lhe Atlantic in  lhe nexl  iwelvc mouths:  Wheal, barley, rye and corn  for bread purposes. -12.n00.000  bushels; beans. 2.200,000 bushels; rice, 3,300.000 bushels;  corned beef. 2(5,400.00011): pork  products, 2//.200.0001b; soap,  (ifi.OOO.OOOIh; coffee. '20,000,-  0001b: food for llie children, (no  estimate); cocoa, 18,000,00011);  condensed milk. 55,000,000IU>;  sugar. -10,000,00()iT).  Al best, lhe cosl will bc nearly $280,000,000: The Dutch and  Spanish governments, through  their agents in Belgium, will see  thai these supplies are noL misused by lhe German army.  The. Ihing that will make  vour place a landmark and your  name a household Avord <s con-  sislent. truthful, rightly-sup-  norled newspaper advertising.  "A citv lhal '-is seP upon . a  hill." savs the Good Book  nol hc hid-'"  The right kind of advertising  will, so to speak, set any man,  ���������������������������my lown. any worthy business  \ijkui a bill.  Play   fair,  look   after   things,  and   clip   deeply  into   printer's  ink���������������������������and you  can no morc.es-  ape   becoming  prominent,  and  ADVERTISING ' wandering overseas, this coun- |    | try.  would   not   be   facing ���������������������������thej  ;risis which has now developed.!  The time has now arrived:  "icn we are told to chodse be-!  I ween    ])neumonia    and    frosl-i  biles, and all from  lhe lack of;  leadership     from     lhe     proper!  sources.���������������������������'Toronto Salurdav  Night.  w.  eari_ Is the Lesson Worth the Price?  successful lhan you can reverse lhcsc lrvin������������������rciavs~bcgan;  gravity and cause rivers lo nm , wilh,.^e W'hmnc   w  up grade.  Carry the stuff���������������������������deliver lhc  service���������������������������-keep up. a A-igorous lire  hVlhe. pancrs���������������������������know whal you  prinl, and live un lo il.  The mosl precious and desirable thing in n business career  is public confidence. Gelling  -ver-videnimi circles of people  to believing in you is progress  ���������������������������A' lhe firsf order, bul educating  stranger's lo the idea you're a  man nol entirely lo he trusted.  ;s shnning back.no mailer whal.  being.  saying  lhe balance  lo lhe con-  for lhe  lime  ���������������������������diceI may be  Irarv.  Forget lhal old saying <"d* the  "ircus nian. thai "people like lo  be humbugged"-���������������������������ihcy . do. on  anv circus day���������������������������and havc a  bullv lime ov^r il���������������������������bul regular,  business is different.  The fellow who dclibcralely  sels oul lo deceive lhc public  -���������������������������s a fool and a piker if lie thinks  he can get away Avith il through  pages' in neAvspapcrs. Hc may  manage   lo   put  it  over   for   a  Al lhe club lhe other day a  fat. sleek, married gentleman of I  military age'expressed the opinion over lhc coffee and cigars  lhat lhe Allied armies should  not sion before Ihey had burned  a goodly part of the German  cities. Another gentleman, older  aud    considerably '  Ji man         ...... ouiided  and two others still at the front,  shook bis-head and said "Count  ���������������������������lhe cosl."    He Avas thinking of  ,whal he and  possibly  millions  1 ol'   oilier   falhers   and   mothers j  and   wives   and   sislers   might;  have lo undergo in order lo sal-;  jsfy lhc longing of lhis man who  had undergone himself no  tor-  lures of body and soul;  Avhose  luxurious  home  had  nol  becn  darkened  by  sorrow  and  anx-  , iely���������������������������Ihis    lire-eater,   who   also  en i's  lhree" hearty meals a day,  'sleeps in a comfortable bed, and  smokes Pcrfcclo" cigars in lcis-  'urely fashion, says Toronto Sat-  .urday Night. '  I IL Is a "notable fact that an ex-  ,'tended invasion of Germany is  more ol'lcn discussed in lhc luxury of lhe club lhan cn lhc field  of' bal lie. Mr. Gadsbv, Saturday Night's correspondent, who  has jusl returned from the  front, and who is able to give a  first-hand opinion, -slates that  the ollicers, from the general  staff   down   to   ballalion   com-  wiiiie. bul the backfire w     gel niand        arc nol   .ivcn lo scl,  h,m   in   lime   and  it  von .   ���������������������������   ,     r0o-al"liiuMhc in-  long   bod ore   he   finds   hmsdl ,       . d b       .-    of Gcnnany.  v.luyre he ought lo be-owhcrcv .      c������������������llcnl [o bc.u  Newspaper space isn L ior ln-!(1_ Rn���������������������������   .^ <]q a lborous,.h jol)  kirs���������������������������it's  for honest- men.  and      ,,,,','.;;  everv honest business can profit ancl lJiai a  greatly through the use of it.  It  throAvs   a    spotlight   upon    lhc  scene���������������������������and men and things  aren't  unite   standard   will  stand thc glare.  Lhal  nol  1  ==><)C=^t><==>()<==>(><===>()<==  C.-in   F-ioil Hiunvl   J.iocnts No. S--G.'  1     A  ���������������������������DUERR'S JAM  Glass    jars"" (l������������������r^)     Special   45c  jello "Assorted  Flavors  Two pkts. for ,. . ������������������^C  MOLASSES  Red Fox Brand und  Kitchen  Brand 35   and 6Gc  Coleman's   Mustard  In half and pound tins  l   Per pkt    &C  S  fi  0  i  s  8  I!  1  It  i  1  ���������������������������OJ  iii!!ips & WhitEhouss  Phone 43 s Armstrong  i  _v_  i  8  5  (X  V  i  MAT. HASSEN  Auctioneer and Livestock  Salesman  ARMSTRONG  B.C.  1 li.'ivc    r>.    wi'le   .'ii'rju.'iiiit.'iiicc  ������������������'Mi)<>nv;st    Ijiiyt'i'S.       Consult     nit;  wliou.yim want   lo    hold   a    i :t  Also send xvq   pnrticulars of   I iv  surplus stock yon wish to   dispose  of."  PHONE No. 34  >*���������������������������:-:-:������������������������������������������������������:������������������������������������������������������������������������:-:���������������������������<:������������������������������������������������������:-:���������������������������������������������:-:������������������.:������������������:-:-:*.>.:.���������������������������.:..:.  *  Fuel Short in East  Ottawa mav order lhal no an-'  Ihracilc coal bc'-bnrncd in Can-  ���������������������������>.'.'a until lhc first of December, j  What has OtlaAvn done to coun-'  l.oract  such   a   desperate  silua���������������������������  lien?    Noihing. Whal have our  municipalities  done?    Nothing,  orai ex I I o~.no Ihing, for lhc mosl  pari.    This pretended fuel con-,  i.rol. so far as an Ihracilc coal or1  She. gallic ring of wood ncccssarv  to  lake Lhc place of hard coal  for the purpose of healing lhe  homes of lhc land is concerned,  has  been   absurd   lo  a   degree.  Avhile   Lhc  system,   or  lack   of,  system, whereby available coal'son. theyc is no disputing  was distributed, has been no- lha|V But al lhc samc timc? jt  ihing short of criminal. Why js ycrv (,ucsljonab|c, indeed, if  should one man have filfy tons  Ulc lcsSOn js worth the price  is soon as possible, but  at ihe same lime lhcy havc no  serious idea that it will be necessary lo go to Potsdam o d innnn  sarv lo go to Potsdam to do it.  and in any event, il would cost  too many precious lives.  ���������������������������Wc arc winning thc Avar in  France and Flanders.; . unquestionably winning, but we^ are  also'paying Lhc price. The Bril-  .ish losses," as olficaliy reported  Son October 1st. ran hearty 95.-  000 killed, wounded and missing for lhc month of September,  taking,no account of lhc American and French losses in the  same period of time.  There is no.scnlimcnt aboul  your real Avarrior. and.onc may  be sure Marshal Foch Avduldn't  Avastc a life needlessly, even lo  satisfy the cravings of the  home-bodies avIio Avish to burn  something.  Germany deserves such a lcs-  ���������������������������s.Ludicd tlie effects upon human  jh-iraeler of living in the ideal  ���������������������������_'omm unities that have been  founded in Britain and America  for delinquent boys. j  Tiie remedies offered for the  snluLiou of  lhe problem of juvenile delinquency arc very specific,  and such as  can be  pro-:  vided in any community Avliich  iiddrcsscs  itself   to  lhc   task  of  the   conservation   of  its'  youlh. j  First, CA-cry municipality should  main lain   a   psychological   and;  social service clinic for the pur-j  pose    of    offering   sympathetic  .and     scientific     assistance     to  teachers, parents, welfare Avork-  ers, and any and all vitally in-,  lercslcd in the understanding of  peculiar and irregular  conduct  in   tlie community.  Second, thc service of highly  trained probation officers is essential. Social workers Avhose  business it is lo keep close touch  with all reported cases,-to assist  wherever possible in the establishment ancl promotion of belter homes, and lo bring the  home under the influence of  helpful cilizens who will lake a  vital interest in its problems, in  lhis connection, follow-up Avork  is continued for years, until the  child has becn fully reclaimed  and is well launched in an independent career.  Huge Exports from America  For thc A-car ending July 1st,  1919. the Allies look to Jhe American continent for 17,550.000  Ions of meals, fa Is, sugar,, feed  grain and brcadsluifs. This  means 5,780,000 Ions more than  was shipped in thc year, ending  Julv 1st, 1918. and thc surplus  alone is 197,000 tons greater  lhan lhc entire shipments based  on thc aA-eragc for the lhree  vears before the Avar. Conservation and production arc absolutely essential in Canada.  A dollar saved over here assists lhc boys "over thcrc,"  Saving today will bring victory complete.  THE >CHARM UNIVERSAL"  Economical  $ Stylish'  and  Durable  For 22 inch wood $16.00  ���������������������������"..   25   ���������������������������"'       "       $18.00'  "     2S   "        "      $22.00  Tho enst bottoms iii these stoves come up 5 ins. on the sides, this protects  the body of lhe stove from the dead heat, and adds to the life of thc stove<  Call and see tlie different lines of stoves we are offering this fall.  "Tf"  MatoBaohian Hardwara Com  Are you going* to do any  Building- or Repairing-  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. -1  Ceiling, Flooring and  Siding       $18.00 per thousand  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6       '..... .$18.00 per thousand  Drv Blocks           $2.5 0 per load  Planing Mill Wood 2.25  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  ak!S!iT^lk;^E  ^aaasaaaaaag  Wouldn't Have Done It If���������������������������  >l"  coal in   his  cellars  and   thc  next man not a scuttle full? Tbe  coal dealers avc re not. to blame.  They  did   the besl  lhcy could,      Georges Bombard, writing in  but Lhere Avas no guiding hand  uic   Berlin   Vossischc   Zeitung.  says'lhat Lhc submaJrinc warfare would never have been proclaimed if tbe German people  had n<V been" deceived and misled. Discussing ihe peace slcns  laken   at   Washington   in   1916  ���������������������������no one to Icll" Ihem 'plainly  I bal Lhcy must spread their  meagre slocks Ihinly so lhat'  ih--re would bc a lillle for everybody. Like kissing, lhc delivery  of coal bas gone bv favor. Every  well-informed coal merchant iiiiiin-l 1017, lhe writer sa  i Mna.no  'Ourljcc  tffir  TT" we"liluriciiown llfarrPreJs-  ���������������������������i:nTC"\v"  Thc Avrilcr idenl Wilson lind becn con I'mu-  aiu  silualion last sprin  made a joui'iiey lo lhc anthra-Vliv asked lo act as peace medi-  cile coal fields last spring and a I or. antl even lhal spct-ified  on his relurn expressed on lhis condilions had becn submitted,  page llie dangers lie fell. He'our action would have been dif-  wnrncd people lhal lhere Avould ferenl. ITad wc knoAvn thai1 al  nol be .sullicienl bard coal lo ihe moment unreslricled sub-  keep us all warm, and lhal marine warfare Avas declared,  wo<;d or sonic other substilule Pi-esidenl Wilson had agreed lo  should   h(  delay,  known  .jalhcivd   in   wilhoul  Ollawa    should     havc  lhis.    II was no secret in  Pennsylvania. Labor was short;  Thousands of miners had gone  inlo llie army and thousands  more inlo olher war ael'mties.  while lhe demands I'or coal had  increased lo an enormous cx-  lenl.  Whal was done lo combaJt  Ibis silualion? In rare instances  some  of  lhe  small   municipali-  accepl lhe role of peace mediator, the German people in thc  greal majority Avould never  have, tolerated a policy which  brought upon Ihem the. reputation of being double-tongued."  All Ihis, says Bernhard. goes  far Inward making President  Wilson's sharp words understandable.  it also explains Ambassador  Gerard's speech, when onc recalls  lhal  lhe German Govern-  lies under Look lo cut and ship j ment-permitted him to make a  a eertayi amount of wood from j friendly address in thc presence  Algonquin Park or from other of high ollicials at the very mo-  sourccs.    But lhc larger centres ment when the submarine cam-  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.  did nothing. There Avas no'leadership from Ottawa or elsewhere, and iioav Avhen the autumn frosts arc upon us comes  the warning that many may  bave to clo without hard coal  entirely and all may be prohibited from burning it until the  first of December. If some of  Sour parliamentary excursionists  I had paid morc attention to tlie  paign  Avas  already decided on,  he concludes.  Juvenile Delinquency  A mentally, morally and spiritually enriched environment  would dio more to efface crime  from our social landscape than  any other thing.   This is not tlie       dream of A'isionaries, but is the  situation last spring in place of I testimony  of   those  who  have  LET THE COMMONER HELP YOU MAKE  BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF, AND PQLD THE  BUSINESS OF THE DISTRICT IN THE DISTRICT. THE COMMONER IS HERE TO HELP  YOU. BY CO-OPERATING WE CAN HO^D  IN THE DISTRICT THOUSANDS OF POPLARS EACH MONTH, AND AT THE SAME  TIME GIVE TO THE PUBLIC THE CO&J-  PLETEST SATISFACTION AS TO PRICE,  QUALITY AND SERVICE.  THE BUSINESS IS HERE. IT IS UP TO  YOU, MR. BUSINESSMAN, TO GET YOUR  SHARE.   IF YOU ARE NOT,  IT IS UP TO YOU !  HELP US TO MAKE THE COMMONER  'an"aid toYoUTstbusiness:  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, witn  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.  OHanag'an Commoner  Armstrong or Enderby. THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1918  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  Sr  sr  sr  sr sr  kr s.r  sr sr  sr sr sr  sr  v- sr  tr srsr  sr  %������������������r yr sr  ur  sr  sr se  sr  st  sr  fc* sr sr  sr  sr  S   JS   ,*��������������������������������������������� JS   SS   SS   JS   Jt   SS   SS   Jt   J>������������������ JS   JS   J* ft   jn*j>*% JS   SS   JS   JS   JS   JS   JS   Jrt   SS   J������������������4 J<t js   js   J*t   js   ?-������������������  ^������������������ *���������������������������*  ss . . . *s  5? WHAT   COMMONSENSE SHOULD  TEACH  US 55  sr  ���������������������������*"* "-������������������  w  w  c������������������   <���������������������������?  sr  sr sr  sr  srsr  ur  sr  sr  sr sr  st-  sr  ur  sr  sr  ���������������������������.*���������������������������  fcr  sr se  sr   *r  4S   JS    J'    J^ JS   JS   JS   JS    **S-M JS   JS JS   J^ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ja, j', 4, J', j, js   JS   *"������������������ J'l iS JS  his  The editor of a local paper  was talking recently to a. man  who complained' bitlerry because the ��������������������������� town .fathers saw fit  to increase lhc tax rate four  mills for lhe current year. Hc  couldn't understand it at all,  and said lhere was \'cry lax  management.  As it happened, the editor in  question knew a thing or two  about the complaining citizen,  and he asked him:  "Is it right that you sent away  lasl fall to the catalogue house  for practically all your family's  ��������������������������� ���������������������������'winter requirements?"  "Well, I sent away a fair-sized  order.   What of il?"   ' V  "Did you ever lake half an  hour- "off to figure out just  "where your 'property in this  town Avould sland if I and every  onc else in lhe Ioavu and districl  sent away for practically all our  needs as you admit having done  lasl fall?"  "Never -thoughi much aboul  il," said Ihe citizen Avillr somc  asperity. "1 consider lhal a mailer of my own business."  . "Well, tbat is where you are  making a mistake. If all citizens Avere as loyal lo lhc lown  as you arc you'd have no chance  to kick about lhe lax rale, because thc value of your property  would bc doAvn to zero. We'd  havc no loAvn left lo pay taxes  on. We'd go bankrupt in very  shorl order. 'sense  "This   town,", continued   the1 ity.  edilor, "depends solely upon the I     Of  home  i  community.  Wb.cn  Ave sen(i.away our home-earned  nionej7 for goods we hurt* thc  town���������������������������rand ceitainfy what hurls  our town must hurt us. If Ave  actually Avant to kill our town  why not all join together and  send to the wholesale houses  for one huge order, instead of  keeping up a constant stream  of orders going to thc-mail order houses. Better far to kill the  town outright than by a process  of slow strangulation. 'But.we  did not build up our towns to  be thus7 ignominiously destroyed! Let us display common  sense and practise home loyalty  to the utmost. "As workingmen,  salaried, men,���������������������������-���������������������������fanners or professional .men���������������������������lind' women���������������������������let  ills realize once for all that the  town is founded on faith and  perpetuated in service.  This lown is not buill up for  (lie purpose, of selling a spasmodic pound of nails or a package of Lea; il is nol buill simply  Whal  Sea i lie  plies   wi  is   said   be;  ������������������.   I--**} I  h   equal  i\v   ]3V   liie  nlolligcncr  force   to   our  Victory Lo;m in  Canada:  "On ail sides, on every slreel  corner, llie demand is for a continuation of the Avar unlil the  kaiser and his armies oiler to  surrender Avithout condilions.  Likewise on all sides and on  ���������������������������exevy street corner there are  men and women talking for the  Liberty Loan. Everybody likewise seems to bc in favor of the  loan. But the fact, not to bc  ignored, is lhat llie loan is not  getting on. Thcrc are not nearly so many persons giving to  the  loan   as   there  ADA  PcBOAPD  /ay/: N~  e  Brilain  and  hcr  Allies  havc  ,     _arc   gi^nS  bcen short of buller for several  lhree cheers lor the boys al thc;inolllIlSj  and  ,hc Canada Food  vc;!s}; , .,     , J Board   bas  ben  asked   to   take  ibree cheers for Lhc bovs at sleps   lo  reliCvc   lhc  condition  ���������������������������&SE03*aHCT*K5esnsE53������������������5SS  f*.M i.Tt.yaflfP.yj.-t j-i ,f ni~n-  to supply an odd yard of cheese rally,-our patriotism is doing all Slates has entered lhc Avar audi  cloth or, single bed slats  No! 11 is buill for BUSINESS  ��������������������������� GROWTH ��������������������������� PROSPERITY.  11 is built lo do ALL thc trade  lhal legitimately belongs here.  Every branch of business, profession and'work musl be given  ils due measure of support by  ALL thc people.  Tha lis   lhc   way   to  lown   hum!      That's  and  economic  make   a  pcrspicac-  the upAvards of one- hun-  bu'sincssmen of thc lown for ils dved millions of dollars Avorth  life. Take away lhc business;of business done Ida- onc of the  man  and whal  have you  left?, big  cily  mail  order  bouses  in  1017, nol a penny of thai money  comes back lo help lo pay the  Where Avould you bc loday if  your ideas were lo prevail? In-  .slciyl of enjoying a. flood in-  conic from lhe property you  own you'd be stony broke and  havc to hunt a job."  . This instance���������������������������and it is not  an isolated case���������������������������:shoukl leach  us lhat it is the com map sense  duly of every citizen to support  loAvn and districl taxes. It is  nol available for our schools or  churches or for loans lo the-farmers. - '  Where do our" interests lie?  Our community duty is a serious mailer and a vital onc.  lhal could bc askca; lhere is no- ]JCgun moving licr Iroops across '  Ihing wrong with the national lJlc AUanLic. Ships arc needed1  larynx Lborax or lungs, bul lhco}-or soldicrs .,nd munitions 0r  pockclbook ooes not seem to-war. as wcn as j-or foodstuffs,  bc iuncl-oning. Whalthe coun-. The main staple foodstuffs nal-  try needs just iioav is money, urally receive thc first consider-  and the money is not iorihcom-ja(ion .  ill������������������T, ���������������������������       u-   ���������������������������*   i i    -i   u   I     Today    in    Brilain    one-half  It is gelling to bc a decidedly pound butter or margarine per  serious mailer, this fourth hb-;mon[h pcr pcrscm is all the sup-  common crly loan;  il i& lagging  to  tnc j piv aUCAVS, as compared lo Lhe  extent   Lhat  i/t  requires  severe -creamery buller consumption cf ;  restraint to prevent predictions lwo    p0umis    1ICIV  person   peri  of failure.    If litis loan lads, il |ni0nlh in Canada,  the counlry docs not subscribe j   'The Cadanian Government on'  Lo   Lhe  lasl  dollar   thc  amount f rhc recommendation of the min-1  asked, all talk ol surrender on jstcr 0j- agriculture ahd lhc Can-!  Lhc pari ol  Germany may just,af|,a Food Board, al thc request'  as wpR be forgotten. , Qf the Brilish Ministry of Food!  'The President has asked thc'ror   increased   shipments,   has!  imperial-chancellor whclhcr orlconmiandccrcd an lhc creamery  nol   Lhe  chancellor is 'speaking bultcr made between September I  Arc you saving for a Victory Bond?  Registration oi  United Stales Citizens  -Male citizens of the United States living in Canada of AGES  2IU0.3Q,  both inclusive,   MUST   AGISTER , J* Y   "REGIS-,  T������������������RPP POST with tlie registrar under the Military Service  Act of the district in which they live, during the TEN PAYS  .NEXT FOLLOWING  SETTEM3EH. 28th,  W8p'w4  sf������������������<*  ";CITIZENSOF.T������������������E AGES 19, 20 a������������������4 3H4, both inclusive,  must  so  register -during the" ten  days'next FQI4^WINCj  ��������������������������������������������� OCTOJ3EB I2th, 1918.  ', It must he emphasized that THIS JNCLUPES AMEftJCANS  LIVING IN CANAPA OF THE APpVE AGES, MABftJEP  ANP SINGLE, ANP INCLUPES Al!S0 ALL TJJOSE WJJO  HAVE SECURED PUPLOMATIC EXEMPTION QJR HAVE  EEGISTEREP WITH AN AMERICAN CONSUL, OR HAVE  REGISTERED FOR MILITARY SERVICE IN THE UNITED  STATES.  Registration  letters  may  be  handed  to  local  postmasters*  for  despatch .to   the   proper- registrar,   under   the   Military  Service Act. ' '  MILITARY-SERVICE BRANCH  _fS-W-E-_s_Bssss-^sssaas-\ l  for tlfc Gcrman people or for  thc constituted authorities of  Germany. We all consider the  crucstibn apposite. What, then,  if the loan fails? u Can not the  Gcrman chancellor turn thc  same question back on the President and ask him if he is speaking  for   the  American   people,  pointing  to  the  failure of  the     loan''as* sufficient evidence that1Ifected by: the commandeering  the American people do'^t I order, 20,000,000 * pounds of  care to havc the war continue?}creamery   butter, made   before  Sep I  30Ih. and November 9lh, inclusive, in thc provinces ol" Alberta,  Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec for export to  Britain arid her Allies.  This does not mean that Canadians, need be panic-stricken,  nor does it mean that there is  the least justification for hoarding.    There: are in store, unaf-  cheers  are giving for. our.  boys at the front with which to  carry  on.;. JThe. bovs  in   the  companies  store, is about 44*4 cents per  pound.    The profits of storage  trenches need something more companies selling to wholesalers  than cheers to send over to the^ H���������������������������4te(j to fow per cent hy  German y hpes. They can J i the Canada Food ?Wcl Order  cheer their ,w^y up the vajjev of [No. 45 of June 5, ajul of whole  the Meuse. They \\ have to fjghl salers selling to retailers to fe\  Service Act 1917 i  xepipfec  armers  !  i\  Having in view the importance of leaving a sufficient number of men on those farms which are  actually contributing to the national food supply,  notice is hereby given as follows:  1. ALL MEMBERS OF CLASS'1 POSSESSING EXEMPTION AS FARMERS, which is expiring, and WHO WISH TO  REMAIN EXEMPT, SHOULD communicate with the registrars under the Military Service Act OF THEIR RESPECTIVE DISTRICTS, REQUESTING AN EXTENSION IN  TIME OF SUCH EXEMPTION. Questionaires will thereupon  be issued to these men by the registrar aud they will receive  further exemption upon furnishing satisfactory proof that  they are contributing sufficiently to the national footl supply.  2. In order to facilitate productive employment during the  ivin,ter months ,MEN EXEMPTED AS FARMERS SHOULD.  A.PPLY TO^ THE REGISTRARS FOR PERMITS TO ENGAGE FOR THE WINTER IN SOME OCCUPATION OF  MATIONAL INTEREST, SUCH AS LUMBERING, MUNITION WORK,' ETC. Sach ..permits will serve to enable exempted farmers to pursue other useful occupations for the  months during which farming operations cannot be carried  on.  '    MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH  for it, and they can't fight WW  less they have our hacking, our  monev," not merely our goodwill  "We caw't deadhead our way  through to victory. Neither can  ten  per cent over cost of delivery to  warehouse.  The present supply of creamery hutter in storage, together  with dairy hutter produced during the next six weeks, will be  we charge it.   We havc to pay;quitc sufficient to meet thc or  for it.   If wc don't pay ior it we j dinary   demands   of   the   Can  don'l set it.     Ihe whole thing,'adian pub!  is as simple as thc buying of a  loaf of bread."  Faithless Wives  Two   hundred   returned  diers  at  a  complimentary din  'Small Potatoes"  For  clied  SOl-!S,)jlc  lold,  an  example of  unparal-  Coolishncss     and     petty  thc worsl  remains   lo  be  In their wisdom  our bc-  . _ncr_ Lcndcrcd,_Lliem. byVWipJam^'nov.olp.n 1 ri i lers-in JflHnrhiJ-mvr.  C. Kennedy, M. P., at Windsor,  Ontario, "lasl week, look advantage of lhc'occasion lo Icll lhcir  liosl ol* a number of grievances  againsl lhc government's method ol* dealing wilh returned soldiers. Onc of Ibc mosl remarkable requests made by lhc veterans was lhal the governmcnl  assisl returned men lo sccurc  divorces from lhcir wives who  bad left them, while Lhcy were  overseas.  Keep  lhc old clothes going,  Do the needed sewing,  Though the boys are far away.  | Tbe bills come home.  ,TI" there's still a lining  Through the old ciolbcs shining 0v,1cVs aVenow^-csidcnis/whiie  decided lo hold a  lax sale this  monlh ol* all lands upon which  thc  taxes arc delinquent  for a  certain period.    This exlrcmeiy  drastic   measure   may   or   may  nol bc capable of justification;  at all  events il will  he agreed  lhal ample nolicc of this indention should have been given lhe  public, ond   lhe  fullest  possible  measure   of   publicity  accorded;  lhis   innovation,   so   lhal   those j  interested might have an oppor-i  tunily  lo sellle  their indebted-!  ress    lo   lhe   (lovernmenl   nnd-  Ihus aved  lhc dan^c of what-  in many instances will result in  practical   confiscation   of   their  rights.    Somc of Ihesc properly  Turn  lhe old suit inside out  Till the boys come home.   ' ���������������������������Youth's Companion.  LEARY  QARAGE  D. C.  IEARY,  Proprietor  FORD DEALER  Repairs to all makes ofcarp.    Pncnc 22  ARMSTRONG, BC.  ; rate"  Ji PROMPTLY SECURED!  'to  all  countries.  A?k   for  our  INVESTOR'S ADVISER,which will be sent ������������������re&  MAKIOJT & MARION.  +6u   liriivz-piri.   .������������������*..   flr,r,r>Tr.6*,t,  others, who Jive in lhis pari of  the province will probably never  know lhal lhcir lands havc  come under lhis new regnlalion  until the sale has been effected.  Wc repeal thai it would have  bcnn only a mailer of ordinary  justice lo havc given wide publicity to this sale. What has  been done? It is hardly believable, bul il is nevertheless a  cold fact, lhat none of these  lands in Norlh Okanagan  been advertised in a paper  I  am agent  of oue   of the best Sickness  and Accident  Ciompanys  doing  business in  Canada.  The name of this company is the ''Siekness and Accident Branch"' of the .Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company of Ejglaud,  a company 120 years old.  Just call in and see me about a policy,  ami nation necessary.   Very low rates.  No  mediffd  ex-  Qi  R3al Estate and  Insurance Agent.  Auctioneer and Live Stock Saleman  ARMSTRONG, is. C.  t^cBwaBt^CJ^MvyaaicagBaa^u^jMuji ^������������������������������������������������������iiiiijc,a<3ga..fctjiaP3  A cknowUdgemtni* "to > Lit**' FiUet ~  every .home there  comes k? time when '  every .thought, every hope, every prayer j  for:the future centres on the recovery of one  m - ���������������������������-      " ,- -   ��������������������������� - A"i^r   - -   ���������������������������.-   -*-  Jovecl one. In that hour of anguish, every  tneans to recovery is sought���������������������������the highest medical  $JwU, trained nurses, costly treatment* Poes  the price matter r    ,  " i  |t may f>e so great as;to stagger the fm* ;  agination���������������������������*^sum tysyond trie possible, -  Put does anyone ask, i*Can we do it ?,?  Money or P������������������ money, they do it. And somehow they pay.       - -  Jt may mean doing without things they  think they need. ft may mean privations,  sacrifices, hardships. They make unbelievable  savings, they achieve the impossible, but they  get the money to pay.  ft        ft        ft        ft  To-day in this-critical period of our nationhood, there is imperative need for MONEY���������������������������  vast sums of money.  Only one way now remains to obtain it.  WIHTM      JT���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^MMHI       I Ml      W     I ������������������������������������������������������1^ II   ��������������������������� Ml Mm,    1   ��������������������������� I   ���������������������������    ��������������������������� I       ml    IIMIBIMM^  The nation must save, every community,  every family, every individual Canadian must  save.  If anyone says 'T cannot cave" let him consider to  what extent he would pinch himself to relieve thc 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 thc 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 thcrc you can do without.  JDetermine to do without them.  Start TO-DAY. Save your money so that you may be  in a position to lend it to your country in its time of need.  3  1  \  published under the Authority ol  The Minister of Finance  of Canada.  rt  EEp-g-r-  Soulh Okanagan in Uic Courier.  bave| a   weekly   paper   published   al  pub-j Kelowna, which probablv nol a  lisliccl in lhe district, nor in any,5COrc. of people in   this "dislrict  paper   lhat   has.,,a   circulation!SCe from one year's end to an-  Ihroughout the riding. The  grotesque system followed has  becn to advertise all tbe lands  so affected in  both North  and  other  unjust to thc land owners is to  understate thc case. To say that  il is lhc mosl imbecile act of  which even lhis government has  ever been guilty is to put it  mildly. It is money absolutely  wasted. As much publicity,- as  i'ar as Ncirth Okanagan is con-  To say that this is unfair audi corned, would have been attained by posting the notices on  a cellar wall.���������������������������Vernon News.  -. -.) i  ������������������_.*--'     %-   f 'J^l  ,. r- ,  JS     '���������������������������  .S?'S'.  :-<���������������������������<��������������������������� THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1918  0\  ������������������kauagan Commoner  In   which   is  Emicrlj  Anns;rung   Advertiser   and  v Press.  Published   everv   Thursday   at  a year,  ny  Walkeh  H. ll. AValkkh. Editor  Armstrong,  B.C.,  at  Cahy.  Manager,  Advertising rates: Transient, -10c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inch per month.  THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1918  NOW IS THE TIME  Never in the historvof thc Armstrong-Enderby  district has there been such sound reason ior confidence as at the present time, lhc district has  outdone itself in the mailer of production this  vear. Thc fields have produced heavily, and the  weather conditions have been such as lo make the  harvesting easv and sure. There has been no loss  in cither cereals, vegetables or i'ruils. and market  condilions arc the besl. ll is nolea also that the  amount of fall plowing Ibis season exceeds lhat  of previous vears of recent record. '1 his points lo  a larger vield next vear and makes certain a heavy  harvest/ Let us nross the harder now for slill j  clopme'nl. It means more wealth for,  and everv resident of lhe district.  ���������������������������ves  grealer dc\  the district  United States and the Allied governm-r.V and the  President feelr it  rangement can I  of the United SiV  lutely salisfacV-y  Uic maintenance  acy of lhc armies  lies in  lhc field.  J:is   duty  nceepV.L  ik t:  de  :   say.   uiat  no  ar-  / ll:e Governmcnl  j not provide abso-  i:.;r Js and guarantees of  y. csent military suprcm-  :c Uniled States and the Al-  fcels confident that, he can  ..'; c  ,���������������������������'..,  BETTER ROAD AVORK  An  comp  this natiu'C  road. Con-  excellenl piece of road work has just heen  Icled on  lhe Canyon road  leading lo Hull-  car.   The road has been widened andgradecUmlil  il is now as good a.s any trunk "road in the Valley  covering similar country.    Work  o  is whafis required on lhe JMabel Lake  - sidcring ihe amouni of traflie on  tins road, and  ils  importance  in   giving  access   lo   ihe 'lumber  camps and to Mabel Lake, lhc condition m which  the-road superintendent has left it this year is a  disgrace lo thc department.    There are parts ol  lhc road thai are i'airlv good,    'fhere arc other  parts damnably bad.   Thcrc arc' thc old corduroy  patches which should have bcen removed as soon  as thc hoc; lands became solid, bul which slill arc  safely assume IhaLthis will also bc lhc judgement  and decision of lhe Allied governments..  "The President feels that it is also his duty to  add lhal neither the government of the .United  States nor, he is quite sure, the governments with  which the government of the Uniled States is associated as a belligerent, will consent to consider  an armistice as long as the armed forces of Germany continue lhc illegal and inhuman practices  which they still persist in. A'l the very time lhat  Germany approaches the United States with proposals of peace ils submarines arc engaged in  sinking passenger ships al sea, and ncL the ships  alone bul the very boats in which their passengers and crews seek lo make their way to safely.  And in their presenl enforced withdrawal from  Flanders and France the Gcrman armies arc pursuing a course of wanton destruction which has  always been regarded as a direct violation of  lhc rules and practices of civilized warfare.  Cities and villages, if not destroyed, are being  stripped of all Ihey con lain; nol "only lhal, but  often tbeir very inhabitants. The nalions associ-!  aled againsl Germany can not be expected lo!  agree lo a cessation of arms while acls of inhumanity, spoliation aud desolation are being con-  lly look upon wilh horror  J SEND IN YOUR ORDERS FOR ANY OF THESE FABRICS, or MAIL YOUR REQUEST FOR  SAMPLES.  ;No. 300���������������������������Serges    at   59c  yard;  hard-wearing   cloth   in wine,  navy, brown and myrtle;  inches wide.  36  No.  301  yard  -Scotch Plaids  at__98c No. 302���������������������������Checks   at   95c  yard.  Fine cashmere plaids,     These  are    as   soft  as  pure  m real tartans that will give     wool; brown and navy check;  40 inches wide.  excellent wear; 42 in.  ��������������������������� V  wide.  No. 303���������������������������New Checks al $1.35  yard; dark, small checks, in  splendid colorings; make excellent dresses; 30 in. wide.  No. 305���������������������������Velvets  Cord Velvets; a  at   98c  yard,  good clo Ih, in  new shades of rose, gold,  navy, brown, fawn, black,  white, myrtle, green and saxe  ���������������������������27-in. wide.  No. 304���������������������������Tweeds a I $1.00 yard  Hard tp beat; hard lo wear  oul; best Brilish inanufac  lure; 42 in. wide.  permilled  ���������������������������driven   ovc  to   remain    lo  r   Ihem;   lhere  Roberts'   hill   slcne  quarry  lo climb, and there isalhe dangerous  lorceo  hill.   Bolh of these could be avoided by a  road which could skirl the hills along the river  bank.    The amount of money which has  been  spent cn'ljiis  road patching  up  the bad piaccs  mentioned, would have built-a good  if properly applied.  tinned, which lhcy jus  and burning hearts."  In   this  connection  il is pleasing  to note  lhal  lhe first step taken by the new Turkish cabinet,  headed by Tewlik Pasha, was lo despatch a note  toAuslria-Hungary lo the clfcct lhal owing to thc  imilitary situation,  Turkey was  obliged   lo  conclude a separate peace wilh the Entente, and on  [October 14 Turkey bcsoughL lhc President to-lake  | upon himself  lhc task of rc-csLablishing peace;  accepted Wilson's fourteen terms as a basis for  negotiations and requested an immediate general  armistice. r- \  It is further pleasing lo no.lc thai "among other'  reforms   lhe   German   Emperor   intends   Lore-;!  i-iu-iv   ^^iv    ������������������^..ui.inouilcc  lhc "Slu  lo  declare war.  and  Austrian!  Hie  heartbreaking :"cwsI)aPcrs say lhal Germany and Auslriacarc in j  which   vehicles   arc j c^mplelc   accord  concerning   lhe   evacuation   cf !  ' smu( [conquered territory, hence Germany's note in re-,j  Have   you    read   Canada's  best  novel   of   the  vear ?  "MY BRAVE AND  GALLANT GENTLEMAN"  By Robert Walson,  Vernon,  B.C.  We can   procure  lhis  book   for  you.      Read    it   yourself,    Ihcvi  send il lo the bov 'over there.'  Price,   $1.50  'rice,  Our DUTY is to  A1ctoiy    Bonds  clid before.  buy more  than    we  No.  306���������������������������Eiderdown   at  yard; soft and as real as  ���������������������������colors  arc rose, saxe,  scarlet and white; 54-in.  $1.85  wool  sky,  wide  No.  307  yard;  suits;  saxe,  wide.  Garbardincs  at  $1.35  ideal   and   slrong; for No. 30S���������������������������Frieze Cloth at $1.00  shades of grey, brown,     yard;   thc  kind  you  require  navy and black;  40-in.      for;   ranch   wear;    made   in  England; 40-in. wide.  wrac  is  k   everv   vehicle,  Mail  Order  better 'P'y lo President Wilson will sland as  'for the Central Powers.  the answer {{_  Department H.  Canadian  VERNON, B .C.        BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  Food Control License No. 8-21018.  wagon  road.  THE MACHINE OF PEACE  MUCH IN A NAME  Too long has lhc world talked about^and harped history."  on thc "machine of war."    It has overshadowed  every tiling else.    To dalk of anything else  bcen considered unpatriotic.    Indeed, if  most beautiful conceptions of living that thc  world has ever known, ll is the spirit lhal has  dlcrcd lhc whole trend of the most terrible war in  has  The way the war has hit the rich in the United  we had States and England, thcrc is really morc money  Th Canada the war hasirt  .������������������.���������������������������        . uceu coiibiucruu unpairiouc.    incieeo, n we naa suites ana ungiana, tn  What is there about Spanish influenza that ais-;nothing belter to fall back upon showing thc uni- in being poor.    But wi  linguistics   it  from   thc  ordinary  lagrippc,   andjvcrsal goodness of the human heart than the pro- hit the rich, yet.  what is thcrc aboul ordinary lagrippc that dis-jpaganc}a pUt out by thc publicity end of our war    You will havc noticed thai since lagrippc made.its, civilization had gone mad and th  appearance as.(a,name people do not "take cold" Gf savages thirsting for each other's blood  Linguishes it from the old-fashioned severe,cold? j departments, one would have  to conclude that      If you have money sayed up, buy a Victory  at we were a lot Bond"   If you haven't, buy. a. Victory Bond and  save money.  Biit thc thought of the world is rapidly chang-  Peace talkjs everywhere, and it will not be  __ .      ..  /     s;ivn monp.v. - o  anv more���������������������������thcy arc attacked by; lagrippc.    And  now    lagrippc-   must    give    way    to    Spanish mg.    . J ,  w.        t_   v^^3 ~������������������v. ,������������������ ������������������������������������,  influenza, largely because of the scare attached ;a great while until'the war god is thrown down States where some of the-saloon men have gone  to ,thc name.    Anything in the shape of a bad -and."tlie Son of Peace made king in men's hearts, 'into the newspaper business,  cold will now take on thc morc terrible name of Even from the battlefields we hear the heralds of  tbe Spanish article.   Just as we already, in med-Jpeace.   An American soldier writing home savs:  distinguish between measles and Ger- "The tiredness has gone out of the struggle, the  THE TURNING POINT  Thcrc is a tide in thc affairs of men  Which, taken at thc flood, leads on to fortune,';  Omitted, all thc voyage of their life  Is bound in shallows and in miseries.  On such a full sea arc wc now afloat;  And wc must take thc current when it serves,  Or lose our ventures.  ���������������������������Julius Caesar, Act IV, Scene 3.  An Iola, Kansas, boy writes home"-from- the?  front, that "it will take another year to whip the  Hun and .39 nine morc to wind up the barbed!  wire."        . .-''.Jv"  . ical circles,  man measles.  Now that the people are being scared stiff by  Spanish influenza, avc may expect to sec various  and sundrv prescriptions published of "sure  cures," which thc people will laboriously memorize and run to'thc nearest drug store to get filled,  feeling delighted that thcy are thus able to beat  thc doctor. Here is one already: A correspondent, sends it to the Victoria Colonist���������������������������  "Ingredients���������������������������Pure phenol. Calvert's No. 1,  (prepared i'or internal use), 24 drops in an 8-oz.  botflc of watcr. well mixed.  "Dose���������������������������Two tablespoonfuls in a wine glass of  water three limes in 24 hours. Chilrdcn, half  rhe dose. Oxie dose will be enough to prevent;  three doses lo cure. ri he dose lo prevent should  not he laken till lhc symptoms of influenza (cold.  ��������������������������� chill, pains, etc.) show themselves; then one dose  will  recipe  it  ever.I it m  less  came  originally  West Indies, who used  in 1 jjL\'j_VJj-VVV_JJ->Vlt'.'li_   L     from lhe RevVVt VS. Edwards, vicar ol  Stephen's. Norbury, \V. Croydon. England,  my knowledge il has been used in scores o "  lhan half an hour. This  from  a  physician  in   lhc  il as a remedy for malar-  came into mv possession  "TL7  world on our side has awakened, tlie new spirit of  our own freedom and democracy has. thrilled the  Allied forces and we���������������������������yes, we of the farms and  banks and groceries ahd bars and streetcars arid  theatres and���������������������������ragtime���������������������������we are they who have  won. That is what causes hie to greet each day  with a prayer of thanks that I was born in that  country which has chosen to end it and to begin  it���������������������������to begin tlie real war that thc universe was  waiting for. Because aflcr this war is over, we  havc still to fight the war against war. And the  wheels of war are to bc thc wheels cf peace, even  as the old prophets told us. And thc machine that  has won the war will win us peace, and nol until  thai peace is won is our real victory established..:  "I have watched the gigantic, clumsy wheels of  war-turn round; and I have wondered whal would  happen were those wheels suddenly lo turn in lhe  Whal if lhe same machinery  or lhc exploitation ol* good news  ST.  direction of peace  were employed  and gooc  caciesjWhaI,.machinery LH_o_w in .Heaven's .namc  I will?    You havc no idea of thc in Iri-. \m  of inlluc  People  means,  carbolic  ounces o  single  lo  failure."  consider   whal.  las  r/AX. wilhou  will   nol   slop  Phenol   is  a  coal  tar derivative  icid.   Twenty-four drops diluled  wiilci'���������������������������one dollar, please  do they feed those soldiers?    How do Ihey clothe  1 ������������������| Ihem?   How do they house them?  cases j     1;[ have la.Iked much with  Ihe marvelous m<  who  have held   Iheir around  for  four vears.  this  Then  three  wo La  limes  :io  in eight  Thank you  lablesijoonf'uls in a wine glass of walei  lours.     SIron������������������? on   lhe  "���������������������������������������������������������������������������������!  i mean especially lhc French and Australians. They  ! never appear  lo  be sad  or senlimenlal  or  very  i homesick;  nnd   Ihey  never admit  defeat.    They  !jbore you wilh lhcir stories of Iriumphs. because  in  2 1  h  waler.  means  your  good   war-lime   dollar:;   for  an  bollle of waler.    Then add this eight  e of w;der lo a quart more of water  gol a sure cure:���������������������������if you carry a  rab-  But  these are  Prohibilion  limes.    By a  give   away  eight once  ounce boll  mid you've  bit's  foot iu  your pockel.    Sure. Mike I  ANOTHER STEP TOWARD PEACE  Germany has ollieiallv accepted lhc fourteen  conditions which President Wilson has laid  down as perliminary lo any peace negotiations.  Wnshingion was officially notified lo lhis eifecl a  President Wilson has caused an-  uddressed to lhe German Gov-  l he savs:  verv in  i jU i  lew davs ago  other nolo to b<  eminent in whic  '"fhe   unqualified   acceptance   by   lhe   presenl, llu  Gcrman Governmcnl and by a large majority of1  the Genuan Heichslag of lhc terms laid down by  lhe President of. Ihe United Stales of America in  Ihey are similiar lo all others you hear. And  deeds of lhe mosl splendid heriosm are recounted  wilh a vulgarity (hat would be offensive if it were  not refreshing. These men talk very lillle of religion.    11 i.s, I regret lo say, a  topic thai enters   e inlo Iheir conversation.  bey know God. for Ihey have seen I Ii tn  face lo face, 'fhe religion lhat wa.s platitude lo  Ihem in Iheir youth Ihey havc practised in these  pasl terrible years wilhoul knowing il. No soldier is consciously religious; he is involuntarily  .so.  "And lhat is what I find in every inch of lhe  forward area���������������������������every weary "Tommy" knows it,  every war-tired Frenchman sees il, every mourning civilian in the shelled villages dreams of il at  nigh I��������������������������� for lhc principle for which wc are all  lighting is lhe universal brotherhood of man and  T*> Beaurm bargains #{  na  Armstrong, P. C.  his'address lo Ihe  on  the eighth ol" .  sequent addresses  ing a frank and d  Congress, of lhe Uniled Stales  lanuary, 1018, and in his sub-  iuslifies the President in mak-  irecl. statement, of his decision  communications of the (Icr-  of  lhc eighth and  twelfth  of  wilh regard  lo  lhc  man   Government  October. 1918.  "il musl bc clearly understood thai Ihe process  of evacuation and the conditions of an armistice  arc matters which must bc left lo the judgement  of lhe military advisors of the Government of the  universal Fatherhood of God. No longer will  Ihe world cry because ii i.s ruled by might���������������������������no  .longer will men crouch in a trench because their  fellow man is pointing a gun at them, and tbey  fear* death; no longer will a boy leave his home  to learn how lo destroy his cousin across lhe sea  ���������������������������lin I. lhe love of God will hc showered on earth,  even a.s il is new when we look up and see.  "Soon will we throw aside these old clolbes,  soon will we lake up the old familiar duties; but  nol again will wc speak in low tones lhal our  words may nol lie heard���������������������������not again will wc fear  lo shout llie Irulh lhal Love rules lhe world! For  lhe spirit lhat is ours is winning and will continue  to win; it is founded on the highest ideals and thc  When you want good  tea buy Tip Top Tea at  the price, 60c per lb.  Good Tea at low price  at  EDITH   TURNEB  PLEASANT VALLEY  Canada Food Board License  No. S-9SG  GENERAI,   MERCHANTS  Orixxclroct, 33.0.  Saving scraps over here  save lhc Scrap over there.  will  Trained Corsetiere:-  Miss Turner will be pleased to  call upon ladies to demonstrate the  Spirilla Corset. New season's  models washable and unbreakable  made to 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.  SECOND HAND  TIMBER  FOR SALE.  Endcrhy.  Apply,   JN.   IT.  Kennv,  C0-5t"  LAYRITZ NUBTERIES  Victoria, 3 C,  I am  now  taking orders tor  fall and  spring delivery.' ^ '���������������������������'.  HA. ALLISON, Agent  Armstrong, BC.  I. O. I<V  Court Armstrong  No. 3429  Meets 1st and 3.id Monday eve in hall in  Brick Block  i W. HOPE, C. R.        GEO. MURRAY, FIN. Soc'y  ll  SA  '" *l  VI  ..I  I  if  (I  ���������������������������<1  Sf  n  **1  I THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1918  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  X  X   X  X   X  X  X   X  X  ARMSTRONG NEWS  X  X   X  X   X   X   X  XI  X  X  X  sr  JS  X  X  Methodist   Church   Anniversary!5' x 5!  Mr. Rymes of lhc R. F. C, is  on a visit to Vancouver.  sr  js  sr  Levering ton  came in  on Fri-  Mr. Jas.  from  Vulcan,  Alberta.  da\r on husiness.  ������������������ x  Born���������������������������On Monday, October  14th, to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Abbott, a daughter.  Mr. and Mrs* Blake Slokes  have moved out of their Becker  street residence.  ft sr  .    , SS  Mr., and Mrs. Johnson and  family havc moved inlo lhc  residence recently vacated by C.  Waggctt.  \r\  Pic. J. A. McQuarric of Armslrong was reported wounded  in action in the casually list the  pasl  week.  Mrs.   R.  Vancouver,  lo assist in  Buhmer, of Norlh  arrived on Tuesday  nursing her mother.  Mrs. Crozier.  sr  ss   ^  Mrs. Graham and son. who  have been on a visit lo Mrs. Osborne, left Wednesday for their  Manitoba home.  sr  ss  Pic. J.  Dalzallc,  of  the, For-  rcstry    ballalion,    relumed-    lo  Armslrong .on   Wednesday,   invalided home from France.  X  Mr.    and    Mrs.    Renault   returned  from   their  honeymoon  of two   weeks   spent   a I "Okan-  ,agan Lake poinls, this week.  The twenty-sixth anniversary  of"   the   opening   of   Armstrong  Methodist    Church    was    celebrated last Sunday and Monday  The weather was all thai, could  be   desired,    and   the   Thanksgiving season added very much  to, thc event in the church decorations and the cheerful spirit  manifest.    The Sunday services  were  well, attended  and  were  in   charge  of   the   pastor,   who  combined with  the  thought  Thanksgiving  the  necessity  remembrance   of   Jesus   Christ  1 in church .life.    In the morning  the choir rendered the anthem,  "Hail to  the.-Brightness;"  Mrs.  Kenney,; .of  Deep  Creek,  sang,  "Morning   Prayer,"    and   also,  wilh Mr.  Smith, sang? "Beautiful Valley of Eden." In lhc evening   lhc   choir   sang   two   anthems, while the following sang  solos:   Mr.    Weight,    Mr.   Heywood, Mrs. Kenney, Mr. Smith,  and Mrs. Miller.   The pastor delivered  a  short   message  from  j lhe word "Penlacosl."  |    The Thanksgiving dinner was  beautifully arranged and splendidly served by lhe Ladies Aid,  of  which  Mrs.  Harry is  president.    Thc entertainment which  'followed  ENDERBY NOTES  XI  Cr-  sr  X  X  *������������������  JT _C  *i_  sf *������������������������������������ **" *��������������������������������������������������������������� *������������������������������������" *** **r  **  >*r sr sr  sr  sr  js  st  js  #���������������������������* >������������������, js  js  Jt ss  ss  js  Jt  ss  st  i^ ** jt  ������������������ s%  STILL GOING BACK  5!  GRINDROD NOTES  x  x  Messrs. T. A.  F. Moore wen t  on Monday for i  ager  Bryant  and J.  to Mabel Lake  week's camp.  sr   c  JS  Mr. W. J. Lemke will remain  in  Enderby,  as  assistant man-  of the Okanagan Sawmills.  .-. sr .  ss .  Word was received on -Satur-  ofjclay that Pte. Jno. Ashtoii had  of:becn wounded in action and is  now in England.  x  Mrs.  P.  W.  Chapman leaves  for   the  East  in  a   few  weeks  where she 'will spend the,winter  with   Mr.   Chapman,   who  sr  sr  sr  sr   sr  sr  sr  *������������������r sr  js  ji .������������������* js is js X X X  X  X  Mrs. L. Stroulger is visiting  her parents at Victoria for a few  weeks.  . sr  Hammers arc again heard on  llie hall at Grindrod which it is  hoped will be finished shortly.  The invitations ar|e out for  the wedding of A. Fyall and  Miss Florence ��������������������������� Folkard; The  honeymoon will be spent at' the  coast cities. 0  Germans   Forced   to  Several Belgian Co-  Give   Up  ist Centres  Reflections of a Bachelor Girl  Enderby some weeks ago.  Miss  J.   Monk  Mathesom   spent  left fa*   Vernon,  'night.  returning  and Miss M.  the week-end  Monday  A son came to thc home of  Mr. and Mrs. Johnny LaForgc,  Norlh ���������������������������Vancouver,   on   October  Thc ladies of Grindrod packed  parcels for Ihe boys at the front  Mondav.     Thcy  sincerely  hope  will   be   a   welcome  Olh.    At lasl reports the father !thc   "fxt  was still able lo build warships. ihoillc-  sr *"  Messrs.  Winters  and  Davics, I.   Thc report on  C. Reeves and Dickson, wcnl lo  Scvmour Arm lasl week-end lo  is great.    Mr  lhe spud crop  Crandlemirc was  seen  rolling   Ihem   out   wilh   a  hunt   bear.    Thev   came   home' pcavcy.  Messrs.   Fred   Murray.  Smith. Dan Leary and  A l  Wm.  War.  was most acceptably  rendered. An anthem by thc  choir; vocal solos were rendered by Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Mil-  ;lcr, Mrs. Kenney, Mr.Smilh, Mr.  Heywood; a recitation by Mrs.  Allison; addresses by Rev. -W1.  Stoll and Rev. T. Key worth of  Vernon. Miss Violet McTavish  presided a I thc organ for the  Sunday services as well as play  lhc accompaniments on Monday evening. The financial  returns ol'J.hc anniversary were  exceedingly    gratifying,   some-  ncr left on a hunting trip to lhc \ tiling over" $1200 being raised  a  Nicola counlry,  lo bc abscnl  week or len davs.  x i  Sergeant Wm. H. Perry, son  of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Pc'rrv, is  officially reported wounded on  September      27th. Gunshot  wounds in right thigh.  v" x   -  Mr. H.  D. Winger has gone  cast to his.home at Hagarsville,  Ontario, after visiting for three  weeks at the home of Mr. and  r Mrs. Cary.  Mrs. E; T. Lawson came iii  on   Friday   from    Sacramento,  California, ahd left for the East  after spending a  few, davs in  -'Armstrong.  Peace Is Not Yet  Thc German government's ostensible readiness to accept the  terms laid down by President  Wilson can scarcely be regarded  as another "peace offensive."  Rather  it  is  an   admission   of  on Monday evening without lhc I  bca r.  Mr. C. Fravef and Mr. J. B.  Gaylord arc leaving Enderby on  the 28th i'or Skeena City, where  lhcjr take positions in the lumber mill operated, by Mr. F.< S.  Stevens.  w  ."*  Word is received from Mr. E.  C. Wheeler, cf Ncwdalc, Sask.,  lhal while crops arc light, the  price is high and everybody is  in a prosperous condition.  Program of Red Cross Meeting  Mrs.  Wm.  was seriously  Hutchinson, who  injured in a runaway accident some weeks ago,  is slowly recovering and is resting easy at hcr home in Enderby   Owing to thc absence of thc  clerk the city office is closed  this week for thc four and a  half days Tuesday to Saturday,  inclusive. Will reopen Monday  morning next. *  overwhelming  disaster that  , Mrs.  ���������������������������Rjrs.   Greenliow,   diecj   at  "home of her daughter Tuesday  night: Oct. 15th.   Tbe funeral  ; service will be hc|4 Thursday  morning.  K  3ty!r. Wm. McNair who was  j -���������������������������    .       i ���������������������������������������������    . .    ..       , n      Messrs. Sage & Yeoward will  dcieat and an efforMo forestall bc in Enderby on Monday, Oct.  21st, and every Monday thereafter to buy chickens, geese and  ducks, and .eggs.   They will be  the  is certain to come as Foch's tremendous pressure is continued.  If .trickery lurks behind the Gerr  man willingness to quit, it is  trickery from which the German can expect no greater advantage than a chance to save  the pieces.  fonahlnn     mrstKn.   r_>     We come closer to the time  Coughlan,  .inother   oflwhen prcsWent wnaon*a terms  mcq   at; me ih ��������������������������� {������������������������������������������������������..-,��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� nr laniicw anv-  .found at the Enderby Growers.  ���������������������������tlie fourteen of January 8th,  and those.of later date���������������������������will  have to be made more specific  and detailed; and tliis cannot be  done without utmost considerar  tion of all our associates of war.';  seriously injured in an auto ac- in  a  large  way America  has  Avalon Theatre. Ocl. 25, 8 p.m.  Quartette,  '.Marselhii.se'(by  mou- ���������������������������>!)  Mrs. Kay, Miss Turner, Mr. Groves  and Mr. Batey.  Address       Rev.  W^Miller  Solo,  "Good-Bye."   ..Mrs.   CVthhcrt  Report   of  Treasurer  Address    Rev, Wm.  Stmt  Duet J Selected  Mrs.  Ai-inott,  Miss Brockv.'oil  Chairman's   Address  Solo       Mrs.   Pen y  Report of Secretary5  Address Bev. E. P. LnvcncJk  Solo, "'God Send You Back to Me"  JM rs.  Cuthbert  Address,   .."Women's   War  Work"  Miss  Seymour. Enderbv  Solo, "King's  Own,"    Mr. B:itey  Collection  "God   Save  the King"  Attacked by land and sea, thc  Germans in Flanders have becn  thrown back more than six  miles on a front of about lliirly-  five miles. Belgians, British and  French participated in tlie assault, which began Monday  morning between Dixmude and  Wervic. More than 10,000 prisoners have already been taken.  Roulers was captured early in  the fighting, and the Belgians  advanced four miles lo thecast-  ward, occupying Isghem. At the  same time the British reached  the northern outskirts of Menin,  less than four miles north of  Turcoing.  A Brilish monitor is reported  lo havc entered Ostend Harbor  about five miLs to lhe eastward  of lhc point where lhc battle-  line touches Ihe Norlh Sea and  bombarded lhe defences of lhal  enemy submarine base. It is  rumored lhal (he war.diip was  feeling oul the Gcrman posi lion  preparatory lo a major naval  action againsl both Ostend and  Zeebrugge. Q  The Belgian communique  staled thai the Belgians and the  French a lacked on a front of  twelve miles, between lhe Hand-  zeeme Canal and the Roulcrs-  Mcnin read. 11 announced the  liberation of the villages of Bev-  erct, Handzccmc, Corlcmarck, iongci  Cite St. Joseph, Hooglcdc, Ru(libelee, Bevthcm, Quekcnc and  Winkel St. Eloi.  A Hood of rumors is  in to "London from'neutral nations   regarding   conditions   in  Germany.    Chief among thc reports arc:  (IX Thai lhc German Emperor is about lo abdicate in favor  of his grandson. -  (2) That Austria and Turkey  Platonic friendship is the  "blinding gas" which prevents  a man from seeing his danger  until lie finds himself walking  right into the trenches of matrimony:  Where is the sweet, old-fashioned girl who used lo blush at  the thought of climbing a fence  or crossing a muddy glitter?  Gene, dearie, wilh The sweet,  old-fashioned man who used to  blush whenever she caught him  staring at her. -  Nothing so shocks and disappoints a man' as the discovery  that a girl is giving,him a lot of  devotion when all life wanted  was a little 'diversion.'-  OPTICUS]  rolling will  DO IT NOW  Don't  put  off  having  your  eyes  examined.     You. may   be   injuring  them     more    seriously    than    you  know  by  wearing glasses   that  no  fit y'ou.  The services of an  EXPERT  OPTOMETRIST  are nl your disposal.here.    We can  prescribe and fit you lo glasses that  prove beneficial.  Up-to-date Jewelry ���������������������������  J. C. Adams  Armstrong  cident last :wec]c is still confined  to his hed in the Armstrong hos-  f pi tal.    The ladies of the parly,  also were injured, are recovering satisfactory  IV.  sr  Of  Jf. G. Wade, brother  Crozier, has.been on a  his  sister,    fie  left on  Corn.  liVJrs. R.  ���������������������������visit  to  [Monday  for New  Westminster pa[C  |:o sec his parents,  previous  to i  ijgain taking-un bis duties at lhe!  [Headquarters Staff, R. F. C, in  Heron to.  f������������������een speaking for tlie Allies;  jiut when it comes to details  the Allies will speak for themselves! AH must, pe satisfied that  the word of the German government, minus the "imperial" tag,  is worthy of accptancc before  negotiations of any kind are  pcrmissablc; all must partici-  in thc enlargement of thc  peace    terms    to    comprehend  'I  There will be no meeting of  the Enderby Woman's Club this  week. . .The,   Woman    Voter's  League are holding- a meeting,  in K.> of, P. JfaJJ on Saturday, Church,  as well  as  October,-26th, when Miss Jean churches in the town,  flceq\ honorary president of the dially invited to come  United Farm Women of Alher-  ta, will speak. i"  K    "' ' -''  'Mrs. Chas. Little and family  moved lip from >Mara?last wejc  .to* join Mv. Little who now  makes Vernon his |iead<[uart������������������-rs  in connection wii|t his work its  fruit inspector for the Okanagan' United Growers. They  Jiave taken a house on Maple  Street.���������������������������Vernon News.  Mr. W. J. Woods returned  from his Alberta wheal farm  lliis week. He reports exceptional crop condilions in thc immediate   neighborhood   of   his  Women's Missionary  Society    .    . . ,  _____ intend   lo   sue   tor   a   separate  The Women's Missionary So- Pcacc if Germany's efforts fail  (3) That great strikes are on  in Vienna, Budapest and other  cities in Austria-Hungary.  (4) That. LudendorfT has resigned.   .  Germany is in the throes of a  bloodless revolution, but 'whether-it will result in the addica-  tion of, theVGerniarii -Emperor  and the_ downfall of the crown  prince whose armies are almost  pocketed in the Laon salient,  and   the  subordination   of   the  ciety of Zion Presbyterian  Church, will, hold their regular  Thankoffcring meeting, Friday  evening, Oct. 25lh, at 8 o'clock,  in the church. Miss Sinclair, of  West.1, Summerland, -who has  spent".many years of Tier, life in  Christian work. in. India, will  speaki of .her, experiences, there,  and we know.will make.the evening an interesting one. A short  addition    will  b  program .in    antimon-   wm  dc  provided.   All members and.adr __  herents    of.   the    Presbyterian J, Sjjfeuy tp".cHir"contrpl. in ria-  Avalon Theatre  Lcc Morris, Proprietor      ;.._  Armstrong.  REMEMBER the,Avalon Theatre is  running pictures every Thursday,  and Saturday nights.     -  SEE THE BIG feature shows at,the,  Avalon   Theatre, every' Thursday '  ,and Saturday; nights. 'V _���������������������������-.,*"-...  ���������������������������Carol"Hollawa'u- >  - ' ���������������������������*    *    ���������������������������    <   ���������������������������-    - ^    .  ���������������������������  S,   \  TONIGHT��������������������������� THE BLUEBIRD^FEA-:'  . ture    "Hungry ' Eyes," ^and . the  Nestor    comedy   ."Watch ������������������ .Your"  Watch."      Jo   arid . 25Kcehts.   ..  Slokes the  I'ilccck, and  Jeweler.   Dr.   Van  Tom, .Shields .who  .-clnrncd~lasl week from a trip  lis far north as Barkcrville, re-  norl having seen plenty of game  ���������������������������)olh large and small, making  lhcir trip mosl enjoyable and a  eal vacation.  Iheir several sacrifices and lhcir .ranch, with excellent yield and  special requirements. Belgium, |A1 quality. Mr. Woods brought  France; Britain and Italy havc]3acjc wju-, i^m a cai.i0ad of fine  infinitely more al slake tnan has .working horses, nineteen  America; jmcl  peace   today^ is jmjubcr  rjtTfras'far a\vay as'Tlic~Gcrinans  J are from readiness lo repair all  the   colossal   wrong   and   give  in  -f~ ...  - -. --al  Save far  Victory  All old   residents   of   lhc  dislrict   will   regret   lo   learn   lhat  4rs.   L.   J.    Crozier    has   been  .iriouslv   ill    wilh    pneumonia  ',ic past week or more, bul wo  re pleased  lo report a bin im-  rovcmcnl    in    hcr    condi lion  on  tic  ���������������������������Scut- J "augural  A  mccling   of"   the  Enderb}  Hospilal board was held in thc  adequate pledge of future good | Cilv Hall '! ucsday evening.    It  board lo  dona-ion  in ma imparls of Canada, as lhis seems  to bc Ihe most acceptable way  of meeting.lhe rcquircmenls of  lhe hospilal for lhc replenishment of linen, etc.  conduct.   How far away thai is,  ly lhe Germans knov  Post-In tclligcnccr.  is  thc purpose of the  an  annual  dav, such a? in vogue  Winter  FocitWeqr  for Men���������������������������  Finding  Fault  j.'ith every  recovery.  chance for ber early  Miss  5?  Sinclair,  of  tei-Jand. will sp<\ik  Wc-  to i  I Sum-  he aii Is  |i* ihe Senior Mission  Band of  pe   PrcsbybM-ian   Church,   nexl  "iflernoon.  OV. 2-lth,  jI-jo home of Mrs.  All   lhc  girls of  cordially invited  [hursday  ���������������������������'  '���������������������������! 4 o'clock, at  K.  Smith,  pe  Band  are  |> bc present  Mr. and Mrs. A. T.. Weight  jft Armslrong for thc coast  |/cdncsdav evening. Tho\r co  yrcct lo Vicloria, wherc- Mrs.  I/eight will visit her parents  Fhile Mr. Weight looks into  I'.'vcral business propositions  Ihich have been submitted to  Im. Their removal to the  past is a distinct loss to social  lid musical circles of Arm-  iron g, where they havc so will-  jigly taken an active part in all  leal events in tbe interest of  town.  Addison says:    "Whal an absurd Ihing il is lo pass all over  Ihe valuable parts of a man and  fix our attention on his infirmities"'    But lhal seems lo bc lhc  habit.    About lhc first thing we  try lo find in a man is his faults.  They are apt  lo   transcend his  virtues, even if thc virtues arc  mountain high.    It is a deplorable babil, for il nol only does  great   injustice   lo    lhc   person  criticized, but it hurls lhc critic  himself.   It lowers his views of  life and  confirms  lhe babil of  seeing the worst side of human  experience  and losing sight  of  the bright side.   No man can bc  a   moral   man,   or  a   religions  man of any faith, who is constantly searching for the faults  of people.   The first duty a man  owes to his neighbor is to look  for the bright side and he will  then find,  in   most  cases,   that  the dark side is much  smaller  than he suspected. Thc thing to  attack is the sin, for we will discover tliat lhat is greater than  the man who is guilt}-  of it.���������������������������  Ohio State Journal.  A critical husband is aboul as  soothing and comforting to  have around lhc house as a pet  porcupine.  Are you saving for a Victory Bond?  SERIAL A BIG SUCCESS  Tlie    big    Western    serial    "The  Fighting Trail" started   off  with  a  big success  at  the  Avalon   Theatre  last    Saturday    night.      The    large  j audience   was   more   than   pleased  ���������������������������with the first episode.    Thc second  .episode "The Story of Yba'nn," will  i be run Saturday night.  TENDERS  Wo are showing a full  bne of heavy shoes for  men. The very thing for  winter wear on the farm.  Some of the good old  stock left. Genuine all-  leather lace tops and  heavy soles.  li|ce a one-horse chaise.; Luden  dorff and other great militarists  wb.o staked Germany's-Tate, on  the west front campaign are  about to join War Minister Stein  in retirement- Just as tlie enemy  alliance collapsed, following thc  surrender of ^ulgaria, the German political, structure is now  falling apart. Tlie. German state  is a military organization. Germany's internal situation is no  better lhan her armies, whicb  arc in an almost unbelievable  state of disintegration and demoralization. Thc ruling class  of-Germany must surrender to  the Allies. Tbe downfall of the  militarists and junkers is jusl as  certain as lhal Foch wrill overthrow the Gcrman armies. Bolh  ���������������������������GVGn-Us-=a re-=n csri-=a-M ran dt^Th c=  end will he just as sudden and  drama Lie as lhc lum in the lide  of the fortunes of thc Allies on  Julv 18.  ���������������������������fiverreel 'feature   "Tbe   Princess  "of Park Pow," also a fine t-reel  comedy. ��������������������������� J5  and v25  cents.  ���������������������������C: '  FRIDAY NIGHT���������������������������Tbe Bluebird feature    "Hungry    Eyes,"    and    the  ^Nestor    comedv     "Watch    Your  "Watch."  .   15   and   25   cents.  "Get thc Morris  habit."  Jas. 8. QlR|pn  Real Estate and Insurance  List your Properties and Houses,  for Sale or Rent.   Endcrhy, IJ. C.  W. J. WOODS  C. F. B. License No. S-12980.  Cliff St. Enderbv  For the construction'of a*.bridge  over Davis creek, at the Creamery,  will be received by th;? undersigned up to noon, October 20th  next.  Plans and specifications can be  seen  at my office.  The lowest or any lender not  necessarilv  accented.  L. E. FARR, Clerk.  Armstrong, B.C., October 10th,  1918. :j4.2  Just Received  A shipment of overseas boxes.  These are made of heavy cell-  j board and are lhe best lo use in  sending    parcels    lo    the   boys  "over  there."  Three sizes���������������������������  51b   10 cents each'  71 b  13 cents each'  11 fb 15 cents each '  Be sure to get some of these!  to pack your Xmas parcels.  The  i  Popular Variety  Store  CWFF ST. :-: ENDERBY  C. F. B. License No. 10-9227.  DJENAULTM.  BOOTS!  BOOTS!  ���������������������������a  Men's Tan Military Blucher  SO.oO  Grain ���������������������������' S'5.25  "        Split Grain Blucher  S4.S5  Men's Box Kid Leather Lined  "     Neolin Soles     $7.50  "     Box Kid Leather Lined  "    Rubber Heels  $6.00  "     Box Kid Blucher   80,85 ���������������������������V !*'  i'i  ������������������  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1918  55 5? S������������������ X X X X X X X X X X Vs X X  X  sr sr sr sr  ������������������.* *r  JS  JS   JS   J'l   ./ *   --i  se-  iiT  *i^  *"r  st  .-  j*   %r  JS  RIGHTEOUSNESS  OF  .HAGUE  X X X X X X X X X X'X X X X X  K  fo  VI  A A  s  pe  Ca:  Chris  ' bis  to  A,>  ian  ion  the  ress  Liking    for    the  f Kngland, .llu- Arch  iterhury in a leller  ?ndon Times hails ll.'e v.  President   Wilson    in   New  ork at the opening of the Loan  Drive  as a  document  of righteousness.    He i.s confident  that  will  ���������������������������'l  "���������������������������ken wilh no uncertain  vcVe. The responsible vote of  our bishops, given eight months  ago, was * deliberate and unanimous. We not merely welcomed, in the name of lhe  Prince of Peace, the idea of such  a., league, but .wc desired that  provision   for At  should  be  in-  October Retrospect  (Experimental Farms Note)  Threshing Ihroughoul Canada is in full swing and lhe final  estimates of lhe crop "will soon  he available. The yield per acre  will, vary greatly in the different  provinces according as Ihe'-wea-  ihe     President's   .-words      ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ,-,    ,   , .     ,, ,... ,.     .  he approved bv lens  of Ihous-1 eluded in the conditions cl set-  ands of Christian men and wo-Tlcment when it comes     Other  men. From such a source these; churches agreed to follow suit  assurances carry  convict ion    that  has    issued     a  Prescriptions   for   Rheumatism  A.l'riend sends these prescriptions from one of the best physicians  in  San  Francisco:  Chronic Rheumatism: Bicarbonate of potash, 2 drachms:  Salicylic acid, ^ drachms; Iodide of potash. 2 drachms; tincture colchicum seed. 'A drachms;  syrup orange peel, 'A ounces.  Dose, one" dessert spoonful  every  three hours. j] am convinced  Muscular Rheumatism: Chlor '  [ ; Avilh  tract blacksnake root, 2  syrup    gum    arabi.e    1    ounce;  cherry   laurel   water.   Jl   ounce.  Dose/   one     Icaspoonful    four  limes daily.  Generous consumption of as-'enduring  paragus and celery will lake nr-' league  o  Carta," as a recent writer to the,  daily press has put it, but one  whose purview is beyond thc  limit of the mere rule of stales.,  The Archbishop's words are J  prinlcd in a cable dispatch to;  the New York Times: i  "Wilh    lhe   slraighlness   and  force which we have learnedjo  expect from him President Wilson   in   his  speech   of  yesterday (  describes the character and  Ihei  vaslness ol" lhe issues which are  at   slake.      lie   appeals   lo   thc(  Governments  of   lhe  Allied  na-.  lions lo say plainly whether or,  no,  Iheir vision  and  Iheir pur-1  pose correspond wilh his. 1 can '  itiiv.'      ���������������������������-  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  C7 ���������������������������    weight to-.the':We have hot spoken lighth  lhc "President  n CAN  'Magna'and  without assurance of the,width  warmth    of  which we count,  m ere  ideal,  shall come lo pass.  support  We  lip  adherence  to  We mean that thc  give no  a  great,  thing  is  ,'spea  lor  no  government,  bul  ml the mass of  Here arc somc of lhc detai  expressed  by President  which, as one of his coinmcnl-  alors  nuts  il.  makes his  terms'  "sound   less   like   a   thesis   and  more like a practical program."  "(1) The impartial justice:  mcled oul musl involve no (lis-!  crimination between those lo  whom we wish lo be jusl and.  those, lo whom wc do not wish,'  to be jusl. It must be a justice  that plays no favorites and;  knows    no    standard    but    thc J  ther conditions have been favorable or otherwise.    In contrast  if thc returns from a scries of  farms in any locality were compared,   the "yields  per   acre   of  these farms would be found to  vary much more  than thc average yield per acre of the various provinces.    The reason for  or! this wider diversity is not weather conditions so much as the  on'methods  employed  in   growing  the crop and  the difference in  varieties and seed.  It  is   essential  if   one  is   desirous of improving their crop  yields   that   they  kiioav   exactly  AAT-i       I the  vield   in   bushels   per   acre  NV,,'so,lllhal 'their fields return.    Guessing will nol do.   There has been  loo   much   guessing   aboul   lhis  important   question   ixnd   manv  diave fooled  themselves lo Iheir  ;own detriment.    Many estimate  Iheir grain  on  lhe basis of lhc  bushels sown:    Tliis  method  is  ��������������������������� wiihoul practical value. For in-  'stance, oals sown at the rale oi  two and a half bushels will give  us I as  large or a Jarger yield  ....      ,. ., . i'than  oals  sown  at  the rale  o  equal rights ol  lhc several peo ll'-u"  ic   acid    from    lhe   blood-  cause of rheumatic pains.  -lhc  pics concerned, -  "(2)   No  special  or  separate  inleresl of any sin file nation or  contention   thai  for reason I any  group   of   nalions   can   be  of policv. but of principle,!made the basis ol   any part ol, lh.u  of national interest, but of ithe scllcmcnt which is not con-,  | righteousness   and  justice   andjsistent wilh lhc common mlci  peace:    avc    Avant    a.,  nalions  on   thc  very!  i thoughtful    Christion    Tolk   In  .ide  ol"  ammonia,  1   ounce;   ex-,England   feel  Avilh   an   earnesl-  ounccs;;ncss beyond Avords'the force of  'his  illOt  ���������������������������jnol  est of all.  "(3)  Thcrc  11  can be no league  or alliances or snecial covenants  Don'  lei vour apnelile block  lhe road fo Berlin.   S. 0. S.  " WE ARS IN' THE  ~  MARKET AND WILL  PAY YOU CASH  ' FOR     -"--*,-  c ���������������������������RAGS  ���������������������������OLD RUBBER  ���������������������������and AUTO TIRES  ���������������������������COPPER  ���������������������������BRASS  ���������������������������LEAD  ���������������������������IRON  lines hc has draAvn. i -    - ���������������������������        .      ,  "Details there mav be in his'and understandings Avilnin the  description which need elucida-;general and common lamny of  tion or development, but his , the league ot nations,  outline has our unhesitating1 "There can bc no special seJl-  supporl. Wc arc not afraid of ,ish ��������������������������� economic combinations  such items oi" self-surrender asJ^Hhin the league and no cm-  mav here &nd there bc involved jploymcnt of any lorm ol ccon-  for'this nalion or lhal. Thc is-jomic bovcolt or exclusion cx-  sues arc world-wide. Our vision ccpl as thc powcr oi economic  and our purpose must be world-! penally by exclusion from the  wide   loo ! markets  ol   lhc world  mav  bc  "I ill Mr  Wilson rest assured' vested in lhc league of nations  ���������������������������of every  delivered to���������������������������  J.   Tedford,   Endcrhy  Hope Bros, Armstrong  or our.warehouse, Vernon, B.C.  of the vivid and eager response  which his appeal awakens in  thc minds of tens, of thousands  of Christian men and women,  upon whose will, in the long  run, thc effective decision must  j three or three" and a half bush-  I els lo the acre.  I If a field has yielded only fif-  'leen bushels of wheal or lAvenly  ���������������������������bushels of oals. now is the lime,  thc reason for such a low  yield should he ascertained. Thc  past season's Avr.'k should he  reviewed Avhile il is slill fresh  Sin the mind. The factors thai  1 enter inlo ifie successful, ."'roving of a crop ar ��������������������������� many and var-  jied and each should receive nt-  ilcntion. such as: thc previous  crop, thc tillage operations, Ihe  treatment of lhc seed-for disease, lhe rainfall, the variety  sown, lhc quality of the sc^I,  lhe dale of seeding, etc.  Each     of     these     questions  should bc considered until vou *  | establish  in  your  mind  Avhich |  factors  are responsible  for  thc!  You can have such beautiful  Walls and Ceilings  at lower cost than by papering them. With wall  paper soaring higher and higher, B-H Fresconette  becomes even more important to the home-owner.  is a durable fiat-lone oil paint���������������������������it gives a restful, smooth  flat finish���������������������������a permanent finish Lhat sunlight will sot fade.  With B-H Fresconette as your wall finish, the surface  may be as easily washed as tiles, leaving the walla  blight and clean.    Thus it is the hygienic method  as well as thc artistic one. . .  ��������������������������� In the soft, velvety tones of B-H Fresconette,  you J.J will   find   the   perfect    combination    of  beauty, sanitation and economy.  20 beautiful   shades and  while,   the   latter  making the ideal foundation forename! work.  Let us*help you select the colors to provide  thc right background for your home furnishings���������������������������let  us advise  you  how to combine  the tones so as to provide in your rooms an  ilfS'st&SSrl  atmosphere  of  harmony.  good  cheer  ���������������������������I  ���������������������������  tS'Mrjss^cii!  ���������������������������'ulton   Hardware  Co.. Ltd  ENDIJUBY.   B.C.  Vvl  i  ;s2HJlS3J3l223EfflR**33S������������������a5SZjfae=lff)'  1*  description turn.   The churches in our land  itself as a  means of discipline Sy vjclJL   This cannot be done  and control. intclligentlv. unless   onc  knows  "(o) All international treaties 16xacl,������������������   wliat  his  lami has  rc_  and  agreements of  every Hin.cl ,'urncd.in bushels per acre. Just  of  every kind .,urncd -m bushels per acre  "must be made known in  their j.:s cach man is ablc to pl.,ce |lis'  entirety    to    the    rest    ot    tbe ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������  n,��������������������������� ���������������������������.���������������������������oi. cr������������������������������������t i������������������ liie  Avorld."       -      "  \. V. SAUPER CO.  IS PEACE NEAfi?  Some of Our War "Experts" Po  Not See Any. WMihooflI of  the War Immediately Ending  JExpcricnced and unemotional  financiers in London believe, according to the New York Evening Pest correspondence, "that  Prepare Bees for Winter JNow  (Experimental Farms Note)  On every owner of bees de-  \-olves at" present a national  duty���������������������������to do his best to keep  them alive untilthey can again  add to our depleted supply of  sAveets.   More than half the bat-  finger on the weak spot in his  methods during the last season  so Avill his fields respond in  bushels of grain the next. Critical retrospect is inv.tlunble in  planning the next ye.������������������ r's opera-  lions.  Spiid Outlook  Understanding  the Avar will continue another, ������������������c is to provide them with pro  vear     thc   nrcsumption    being!tectum during cold Aveather.   It  that' onlv -the   actual  conquest!you have not a dry  of   Germany   can  produce   the cellar, try to get  results   necessary    to    insure a  democratic government in Gcrmanv and a lasting peace." Mr.  diaries   Edward   Russell,   who  bas been learning the thoughts  ralher of tbe toilers of England  r-vi France than of Shc monpv-  cbangcrs,    sees    at   least   nine  I months    ahead    of    us.    "Nine  I more   months  of  vigorous  and  ��������������������������� ----- ��������������������������������������������� ;H>pcnr irom prescm iihuch  1 weather. It that the quantity a^H be i  ry deep cool ilhMt f |(jX7 Reports rcc  a friend ;vhoif New BrunsAvick ffi>  put your bees _..    i       -ij    nf    o R^  ���������������������������ol  and  (in'- l.'i!"���������������������������_;(.- slot-  _cliik'inii!l---j-l"'1  k    ill'    WOIIK'H'S,     llK'll  s  n-.s?        'Onlv      l-fliflblf  Jcatlu-  liMiKili-d.  "=7  M"  pca<"(\  re   lhe  ci'ius as will  u;d     l-s'.ints  Di ought fill  ]  The Shoe Hosuital  ���������������������������M'dmg 1" a  ie New Y'*>r  )ixre '-pdssib  CM  III  nosilion !  fix   such  democra.lic.  nossiblc." :  ac- j  Aed disnatch to ;  imes. admit the]  of    Germany'  nnd    in   a  Allies' can  1 make a  p-.-.-i'-e  conic in Pans.  While  it  is somewhat earlv  to form an opinion as toVvhat'  the potato crop Avill be, it Avould ,  :iT>pcar from present indications  above-  ecci\red  has one to let you put your bees cslimatcd    vicld ; of    8.650,000  in a dark corner thcrc.   Do not bushcls    a������������������roinst    an   cslimatcd  put weak colonies away ior thcivicl(1 last v'c.ir of 5.0OO.OOO bush-,  winler;     lhcy    consume    more -}     pvln(Sc Edward Island gives!  ���������������������������stores,   so  valuable  iioav,   than - promisc of a bcltcr yield  than,  year  although  the acreage,  is ���������������������������slightly less: Nova Scotia has  'a large acreage-Avith promisc o  a good crop: Quebec also promises a large quantity of potatoes  ���������������������������    .     n     and all kinds of veg tables.  In  Spr!"f",u,rt'somc narts of Ontario lhc pro--J  and I ceding - -  ft  one  0 The success or failure of a Creamery depends.,  largely on the amount of Winter Cream that can be  secured. ���������������������������  We have made a success of the Creamery during the Summer and if we can, this .coming winter,  keep up the output success is assured.  Our Directors appeal to you as aJ patron to  take ad vantage of tlie high prices.which must be paid  for butterfat during the coming winter. Make preparations now for winter cream.  Our Directors also appeal to the small producer to continue patronage even though the amount  be small. A large number of small producers can  help out the output to a wonderful extent.  mm Mm yjimm Ww  > M  il  siorcs, so Nciiucujiu jiuw, uia 11- Dr01  slrong ones, and even then they [ ^  arc" more likely lo die. Uniiei.'" .  them now while lhe Avcalhcr is  ! still  mild,   and   sec   thai   each  colony has aboul thirty pounds  iof Avholesomc stores  lo  tide it  relentless  warfare  affiiinst  Crcr  manv on  Lhe held will find her over to well oni.m  ,f^;nlelclv���������������������������(IefcaUid.ji���������������������������supR]iani;noic!elav.    bmcmg ana lecamg lQa������������������lccLhoL.,drv weather t  ~        - "      TJa"n nut    lie    saxi srac trrrn v���������������������������d  ���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������-  Iu  E. 6. WOOD, 15. C. L. S.  Armstrong and Salmon Arm  suddenly "Ihrough   a  Avide.T  Subdivisions,  Mi:u-r:-l  Chums,  '1 miner Limits. PiT-omplior.s, l)r;un:i^o,  IrriLSulion  -nd  l'������������������;i(l  Surveys, Maps  and pliins.  ]Jh(ine 02 Salmon Arm, B.C.  I collapsing  ; wholesale    niulinv   or   a  : spreadWvd11;  bul   Ihey" argue I y ' U)UV>  .Hint    Prussian   -militarism   Avid'4'"^ lv������������������>!v<  'fh/bl lo lhe last gasp for ils ex-  hough creeling in  '��������������������������� of  In  islence, tvven I       ..  lhc  nieanlime a   camouflage  Dolilical    democrali/.alion.  SECRET -SOCIETIES   A.F.&A.M.  Knderby .Lodpre Ko. '10  liuprular meetings first  Tluirsdoy on or after Lhe  full moon at S p. m. in Masonic Hall. VicitinR  brethren  cordially   invited  spile of lhe capilulal  garia and lhc nossib  c.  H.REEVES  Secretary  ^      ENDERBY   LODGE  /%S& No. 35. IC. of r.  ion ol Bul-  lc defection  .,!' Turkey and Austria, say llie  Frenchmen. Avhose ancestors  fought Germans before Columbus' discovered America, "Germany is herself "unfettered,"  and "a decisive crushing defeat  of. Germany in lhc field and occupation of German territory on  a large scale remain as ever lhc  only possil.de means  the wai  Meets every  Monday  evening  in Masonic nail. yi.sit������������������������������������r.sco.-. ;Th     "Allied  Loaf"  for  Canada  tliiillv invited to attend. j ~ "          CllKS. HAWINS. C. C.  h. m. walker, k. k. s  Ii. .1. COLTART. M.F.  -m  when cold Avcalb.er is u-ion us.  If your apiary is sheltered from  wind, another good wav lo winter slrong colonies of bees, suil-  fnr sold hern Canada, is to  the hives in 'shavings ,pr-  leaves-in a large case. Do  orgcL to put - -'������������������������������������������������������>"'  in the. case,  has  mjonlhs ago, and so  has CA'cry hive of bees. Thcrc  was a heavy loss "of bees last  winter, mostly llirough neglect  to inxyoare 'Ihem wi 111 care and  in 'good lime, and it has been  impossible to meet lhc demand  I'or bees during-the summer.  able  pack  driec  not  hole,  ,S]h  a ne  of  CI  lasl  sibil  op  '-.-iloiiblec  a small Hightj  ���������������������������-;     . !  I  iw  -value!  Are jfou-saving for a Victory Bond?  PROFESSIONAL   K c7sicalIng, * B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  as   decided  controllers  counlrirs.  CITY OF ENDERBY  Compilation of Voters' List,  Year  1019.  NOTICE   i.s   hereby   given   that.  ���������������������������r   rvni-lino-  under  lhe ijrovisions ri\' the Muni-  01   ciKiiiie, (.ip.l]   EIeclions   Act|   Householders  and License Holders desiring lo  have their names placed on the  Voters' List I'm- the year 1019 are  required to make a statutory declaration of qualification, which  declaration must he delivered to the  Clerk of the Municipality within  Iwo days after il is made, and not  later lhan o (five) o'clock in the  shortly  to  Iwenlv per i^lcrnoon   of  lhe   31st   day  of  Oc-  Kit   Canadian   bread 10c;lobc,'<  1!]\8'.      ,. .    ,       .  H 1-orm   of  dechiralion   can  he  ob-  1 tained at the City Hall.  the   food Dated, October Olh, 1918.  respective GRAHAM   ROSOMAN,  ' ' m                      Cily Clerk.  August, checkedTlie groAv111  ubcrs.    For Ih.a.t reason  lhe  may   nol   be   as   large  as  vear.'bul there in slill a pos-  ity of a fairly good yield.  Coining lo the' Avestern provinces, it appears lhal  ?\kmiloba  will  have   the   larucsl   cro])   of  potatoes   in  her 'hislorv,  v.-hich  is eslimaled al .10.000.000 bnsh-  !e!s::ThiV is   1,000.000" bushels  I..more   lhan   Ihe   large   crop   of  ���������������������������191().    Manitoba also reports a  j bumper .crop   of  cabbage,, carrots,' lurnips  and  all  kinds   of  i vegetables.     Pofatods   in   some  parts of Saskalchcwan and Alberla Avere heavily frosted early  in the season, but it is expected  that a fairly large crop Avill bc  harvested in. other sections.    In  British Columbia the prospects  point to a good average yield.  iiiusl have Lhe money.  v>-iu,  A.s cereal substitute Hours arc  now becoming available from  lhe new crop lhcir use in thc  Canadian standard loaf Avill lie  increased  cenl, so  will conform  JJnnn.dinn,'  lo Ihe "Allied loal  upon   bv  of    Ihe*  We  lose.  The Cilv refuses lo sell for taxes so we musl.  Wilhin Lhc next two weeks we will offer for sale al public aucLion  without, reserve, between thirty ������������������i:cl forty desirable City Lots. These  vou emi buy at v.uir own price. Wc will give Indefeasible Title to these  lots���������������������������the best title possible to secure.  WATCH FOlTeOS'rJBKS   NEXT WEEK  Armstrong-Okanagan Land  Company limited  CITY   OF  ARMSTRONG  VOTERS' LIST, 1919  NOTTCF. i.s hereby given that, under the provisions of thc Municipal Elections Acl, householders and  License Holders desiring to^ have  their names placed on the Voters'  list I'or lhe year 1919 arc required  to make a statutory declaration of  qualification, which declai alien  must be delivered to lhe Cierk of  the Municipality within two days  after it i.s made, and not later than  five (IS) o'clock in thc afternoon oT  the 31 st day of October,  1918.  Form   of  declaration  can  be  obtained   al   the   City   Hall.  Dated,   October   11 Hi.   1918,  ERNEST GROVES.  Citv Clerk.  Classi  .-p ''-���������������������������'; J  Add  Cost  business.  little but reach  many,  and are  first-class pullers oj  one m  The COMMONER. 2c & lc a Avord' THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1918  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  END OF CURSED SYSTEM  rWhat Peace Must Bring to  Make World Safe and Labor  Satisfied  lion, both moral and spiritual,  resulting therefrom may, we  hope,' indeed  haA'e  received  a  Thrifting-  Are You?  Sugar Certificates  We think Ave arc thrifting,  ling  (By W..-J. Curry)  What are to be the terms of  (peace and avIio is  to negotiate  them?   We all want to see German militarism defeated not as  Ian  end,  but  as  a step   toAvard  [/true democracy, but Avhat form  Ipf militarism do Ave. AArant? The  [very fact tliat an open and com-  'prehensiAre discussion of the Avar  i.������������������and proposed tenuis of peace in  (Germany and even here is not  permitted  tends  to   sIioav   that  |-there are facts Avhich those in  ipoAver   arc   compelled   to   hide  fl'rom lhc vicAv of the common  [people.  If, hoAvcA'cr, civilization is lo  [progress or ca-cu survive social  (forces,   a   broader   and   a   new  .outlook    must    dominate    the  terms  of  peace  as  Avell as  the  I economic fate of lhe nations after lhc war is over.   This is our  [business,  and  inspile  of  politicians and profiteers avc arc goto attend lo il.  Thai forcc Avhich musl soon  Lgrasp lhc reins of political pow-  Icr is no other than Labor representing   lhe   coin mon   people  'and the" only useful and peace-  loving class in socicly.   In every  country wc sec the groAving solidarity    and    increasing    consciousness, of   the  Avorkcrs  regarding their great historic mission to irec themselves and lhe  -world from   lhc  curse  of  Avar  and poverty once and <for all.  It is interesting at thus time to  knoAv Avhat "hcalhcn" nations  think of our Chrislian civilization which .poses as the light of  ; lhe Avorld. Count Okuma, one  of the ablest statesmen of Japan  declares "this Avar to be nothing  ['less than the death of European  civilization-,"' and likerfi it to  the destruction of. Carthage,  Greece and Rome.  In lhat important document  |,issued somc months ago by thc  cxecuti\rc of thc British Labor  Party entitled "Labor and lhc  New Social Order," avc read:  "The Labor Party can so far  agree in this estimate as to recognize in thc present social catastrophe if nol thc dcalh of European civilization at least the  culmination or collapse of a distinct industrial syslcm Avhich  K lhc Avorkers Avill nol seek lo-retimes   of  death -bloAv.    We shall do  our * But maybe we're drifting,  utmost to sec tliat this system is  buried Avith the millionsAvhom  it has done to death."  Prohibition in New Zealand  Palmcrston,0 N.  Z-���������������������������CroAA'dcd  opera'houses arc the rule Avher-  exev the Canadian 'campaigners,  i Messrs. Simpson, Bell, Fortune  jand Bayley, speak.    On several  ! occasions     oArerfloAv    meetings  haAre been held,  and at  others  hundreds    haA'e    been    turned  'uAva3r.    The story of actual results as experienced under Canadian  prohibitory legislation  is  And the coin thai avc clink is nol  'saAdng but  shifting;  For seemingly- spending,  Goes on Aviihout endin.QY  Ancl   heedlessness   slill   is   the  path Ave are  not rc-  Avheu  trending.  In-  gleaning  mv  meaning,  You'll, find gasolining  dusting  ins  Is-still used for  of" for. el  And most of us batten  On fine fare and fatten,  While   robing   our   softness  purple and satin.'  lead  m  Oh,  But  maybe   you're   guilty   and  maybe you're not.  ask:   "Have   I  thrifted   as including  much as I ought?"  Sugar certificates arc  quired by retail grocei  purchasing sugar for purposes  of re-sale. Certificates arc issuable lo (1) manufacturers  who use sugar commercially,  such as manufacturers of beer,  soft drinks, candy, chocolate,  svrups, and canners and bakers;  arc! (2) to public casing place-  licensees.  No sale of sugar, "mustJ be  made to a manufacturer unless  he produces a. Avritten specific  permit !'t\.m the Canada Food  Board lo l&y from retailers.  .Tliis*is.a iypeAvritten document,  distinct from the certificate.  Order  No.   46   of   Ine   Board  give  Our thrifting is fickle,  11 runs in a trickle.  I We pickle a nickel lo  I tickle,  i Then ride on lhc trolleys  I To go lo the Follies  Ancl hand ourselves thanks  a couple of jollies.  and  Man slill goes on puffing,  Imbibing and shilling,  And holding enough yel Avithout  "Hold! cnouQh!"' -ing,  While woman slid poses  And sIioavs us hcr hoses,  All silken and sheer lo excuse  her discloses.  At, the end of the day, if you're  , feeling too good,  Ask  this:  "Have  I thrifted  as  much as I should?"  ���������������������������Edmund Vance Cook.  .-Ire you saving for a Victory Bond?  CANADA'S RECORD  ^'construct.      Al    such  crisis  it  is   easier   lo   step   inlo  ruin   lhan.^lo   progress   into   a  higher organization.  j most   effective   and   gives  iicav  |zest lo thc Avorkcrs to put forth  [ Iheir best cfforls.   James Simp-  json of Toronto is doing great  havoc to the traffic by his irresistible appeals to organized la-  ��������������������������� bor. Bolh hc and Bayley of  Winnipeg arc  being invited  to  !speak under the ausniecs of various labor organizations outside!  lhc meelings  directly arranged,  hv     lhc    prohibition    alliance.!  George Bell. M. P. P., is located  at the. bcauliflu cily of Duncdina  at   the  extreme  south   of  New  Zealand, Avhile Mi'. W. G. For-,  tunc of VancoiiA'cr has his hcad-  nuarlcrs  al  Auckland.    W.  D.  BaA-lcy has estabb'shed bis home  in'Palmcrston North.-thc main  railway centre of lhc North Island. " J.   Simpson  is   "rover,"  having  neither  wife  nor  child  with him to establish a home.  Tbe Canadians are impressed  wilh thc winter weather.    Calla  j lilies arc in bloom, growing Avild  jon thc edge of thc streams. Or-  ianges  and lemons arc ripe on  Ithe trees  in  what  corresponds  1 to the month of February in  the  northern   regions.     Shrub-      During thc first year of thc  jbcry is in bloom ancl garden? war Canada was content to scare filled wilh daffodils, violets cure needed money clseAvhcrc.  and manjr other floAvers. .The But as thc conflict lengthenco  tree ferns arc AAondcnful. and 'and other nations felt thc finan-  givc an  almost tropical aspect, cial pinch thc dictates of ncces-  Mo lhc country. On thc otherjsity as Avell as self-respect de-  hand, on account of thc absence manded  the  flotation  of- loans  i of any cold "weather except on at home. Tlie business of rais-  ATcry exceptional occasions, thc: ing  war 'ipans  since   then  has  |houses are imi biw'i ���������������������������1-1"���������������������������ni'11'"ibeen of increasing importance,  for Avarmth than Canadian dot- The first.(tomestic war loan, is-  laqes at thc summer resort. As sued in November, 1915, was  this, is one of lhc exceptional immediately successful, result-  seasons, thc Canadians, who, ling in. bank, subscriptions of  b\'-lho-wa\r; are iiomilarlv sup-' $25,000,000 and public subscrip-  poscd not to mind the cold, are tions of $78",729.500 or -a total  suffering more than  they ever of $113,729,500. This in face of  defines  public eating piaccs  as  cafctaria.  vale   familA-  hotel,      restaurant  club,   clubroom.   pri-  ceping  boarders,  boarding  house,  school,  dining  car. steamship, or any place at  us a which fifteen  meals a day are  served outside lhe owner's family or household.    Every public  eating place licensee must pro-j  duce bis certificate Avith everv |  purchase of sugar, and this is  lo be endorsed by lhc retailer at  the time. Hc Avill bc held strictly  accountable that the amounts  mentioned cn thc certificate arc  not exceeded.  .-Ire you saving for a Victory Bond?  TRY  MOCHA  COFFEE  for Breakfast and see  how pleasant the rest  of the day passes.    ������������������  t  as'  and that is  it    presents  the    problem  itself." _.  .So lhal ihe i-rcat question for  tlie  thinking men   and  women  of the world is: "Shall lhe sacrifice of so much life -md happiness, the blood shed on the jjat-  tlefields  fo  Europe bc but the  [hasis of other Avars and the dc-  I'struction of ages of effort and  progress, or shall this destruction  of  life  ancl happiness be  (the seed out or" which will soon  irisc a iicav and higher social or-  ?r in Avhic'n Avar and  pover'y  [shall  cease  and  in   which  real  I progress shall begin?  Tbis  greatest  of  ah   modern  [issues /'will    depend    on   what  force  dominates   lhe.   lenns   of  [peace which ere long musl be  Idccidcd.  If the Avorkers through iheir  | Labor parlies such as avc havc  in Britain control_lhc_siiualh>n.  mhir=Stnry=Viirii tFTuvqlnlitmaTy"  program" for   economic   reconstruction, then wc will havc per-  imancnt peace  and  no  drop  of  blood shed in  this war^Avill be  Ished in vain.  On  lhc other hand, if Labor  [fails  through any cause to en-  fforcc its policy, then  the sacrifices Avill bc useless, and Count  pkuma  is   probably  correct  in  declaring lhal "this is the death  Ibed of civilization." for this will  khen bc thc basis of other Avorld  Iwars.    Even now and here avc  |!>cc signs of the coming of thc  .ron  heel of  thc military slate  Lo throttle free speech and  ihe  iprcss.   If they arc right and avc  i.vrong, avIia- cannol tbey argue  Ithcir case in tlie court of publicity and permit thc jury to de-  iide~ for or against  them?    It  Ithey represent the interests of  the people and true democracy  }.vhv resort to brute force?  The British Labor Party manifesto states the issue clearly in  ;:he. following words: "The individualist sj'stem of Capitalist  production based on the pjrivate.  |>wnership of land and capital  Ivith its reckless profiteering  [ind wage slavery, .with its glori-  [jation of the unhampered  [struggle for the means of life  lind hypocritical pretense of  he 'survival of the fittest', with  lits  degradation   and  brutaliza-  do al home. Thcy Iiua'c lo rush  (out of doors in-order to get  rwarm, in l'hc_ direct sunlisht".  Hot wafer bags in lhe bed are  Hie 4rcat redeeming, feature.  But thcy look forAvard to a midsummer Christmas and trust  thcrc Avill not be a fuel famine  at home.���������������������������Vancouver World  Are you saving for a Victory Bond?  Pwy Continued Prosperity  Peforc our last Victory Loan  financial experts "were dubious  ������������������������������������������������������"������������������ to I bo outlook for Canada.  Shc could not borroAv abroad.  It Avas ncccssai'v that she Juwc  a large available capital lo finance, credits lo British and foreign Avar orders. - Canadi Avas  throAvn on Her oavii resources  and appealed fo br-r citizens.  Thc remarkable over-subscription lo lhc 1917 Victory  Loan completely changed the  underlain - outlook Avhich prc-  A'ailcd.    It gave a jicav impetus  rfntr  ToJ  agriculIuJfcJ  prosperity.    11  efforts in  the war  our  invigorated  commerce  our  Tt alloAved  Provincial Govcrnmen Is.  municipal rod othcr borroAvcrs  to finance their requirements at  liomc. Tn short, il gave another  lease of life to thc activities of  the Dominion.  Thc Victorv Loan of 1918 will  accomplish thc same -purposes.  On the ready response of the  large and small investor de-  nends the immediate economic  future of Canada. Everyone's  prosperity is involved.  Prepare to buy continued  Prosperity in Victory Bonds.  .Ire you saving for a Victory Bond?  Revived His Interest  Thomas Atkins Avas fractious.  His medicine was nastA\ and  he refused to take it. Tavo or  three V. A. D.'s stood around  him, urging him to be good.  "Come," said one, "drink this  and you will get well!"  "And rosy, too," chimed in  a second.  Atkins brightened. He .wasn't  particularly keen on .getting  well, but to get rosy was quite  another matter.  "Which one of you is rosy?"  he asked, surveying the pretty  group.  an objective of only $50,000,000  Avas mest gratifying.  Avas. most gratifying.  By thc folloAving sum pier another 'domestic loan.Avas needed,  nnd     n     call     for     $100,000,000  brought in $201,444,800 of  which $50,000,000 - was from  the banks and $151,444,800  from the public. In March, 1917,  thc third Canadian loan Avas  floated-. Tlie call was for $150.-  000.000 and $260,768,000 was  realized, of which $60,000,000  was from thc banks and the remainder from the public. -. Jt  Avill thus be seen that the part  played by lhc public, greatly increased with each iicav issue.  Thc greatest success Avas in  November, 1917, when thc  fourth loan was floated. The  request again was for $150,000,-  000 and all from the public, but  thc subscriptions amounted lo  $419,289,000. Thc interest of  thc public Avas demonstrated in  a remarkable degree, for while  thcrc_wcre 24,862 subscribers, to  The"firsTYo'arT, 2"1.52iTfo the second and 40,800 to thc third, ih  vlhe fourth no fewer lhan 820.-  035 subscribers were registered  pop-  Canadian; Food   Control   License  Nos.  5- S60, S-9939 .  Star BaKery  Armstrong, B. C.  C. p. p.'license No. 9-3409  Choicest meats obtainable.  Geo. R. Sharpe  Wholesale and Retail Wcf������������������er  Enderby  or onc in every 9.62 of thc  uhition cf the*Dominion.  Ontario headed the list of the  provinces, as Avas natural Avith  licr large population. Hcr 362,-  000 subscribers avc re responsible for -$204.185.400,com pared  with $94,287,250 from 126.534  subscribers in Quebec, $32,326,-  600 from 7S..856 subscribers in  Manitoba, $21,777,050 from 73.-  675 subscribers in Saske/lchc-  Avan, $18,814,700 from 50.563  subscribers in British Columbia.  $18,588,150 from 37,521 subscribers in NoA-a Scotia, $16,-  515.150 from 56,117 subscribers  in Alberta. $10,463,350 from  26,469 subscribers in New  Brunswick and $2,331,350 from  5,300, subscribers in Prince Ed-  Avaixl Island. Manitoba slightly  led with a subscription from  one in CA^cry seAen people in  the Province.  QENTISTRY  Pr- Pent  l]as opened one of  the most modern Dental Par-  Itfrsf i ir t Ire^In tef iofxi HBri ti s Ir  Columbia    in    the   W.    H.  Smith   Block,   above the Okanagan Grocery, Vernon, B.C.  Special   attention    to out of  town patients.      -^  Phone  34-3'or write  for  appointments.  PR. DENT  PWIST  VERNON, 3.C.  Are you saving for a Victory Bond?  I have a large list of enqairies  from the Prairie Provinces for  Mixed Farms and Stock Ranches.  Mail your descriptions of properties direct'to the office. ..  GEO. MICKLEBOROUGH  Box 398                        *    -       Vernon  Arc you saving for a Victory Bond?  MAQE IN  ARMSTRONG  ladies' Suits  . Men's Suits  Clothes Cleaned, Pressed  Altered and Repaired  ALEX. ADAIR  ESTABLISHED     1872.  OF HAMILTO:  The Dominion GoA'crnment is doing.eArery.lhing.  possible to stiniulate greater production of hoth  agricultural and manufactured products. It is  the bnljr Avay.in AA-hich an adverse trade balance  can be aA'oided. The Bank of Hamilton as a  purely Canadian institution Avill further the aim  of the Government by its faArorable treatment��������������������������� of  productiA'c enterprise.  ARMSTRONG BRANCH  H. L. Paynter.  THE TELEPHONE SAVES  ALWAYS  Ordinarly we do not consider the  telephone. It is there on the wall  and if we want to talk to someone -  AA*e use it. When AA'e>arc doing something else, AA-e forget about it. The  telephone is just like a. 'member of  one's family���������������������������we know it is always  there when wanted and it never  fails us. - y     - -  Just like a member of one's  family, the telephone would be miss-  - ed might] v il it were not in its place,  Day in and day out, through the  night, at all times, the telephone is ~-:  always read\' to ser\-e.  0K4NA6AN  TELEPHONE CO.  ��������������������������� --���������������������������   :>*  B etter subscribe for  The Commoner  nowwhilethe  is  vff -'  '   -"-V^  $2.00 Year  Armstrong and Enderby,  >o<  *������������������<������������������  >o<  xy  o<  HX  ny  Ww Profit ftthe  0  i  l  o  5  o  y  >r*  0  i  i  i  ���������������������������  i  The Dominion laAv against the selling of  buller Avithout lhe Avords "Dairy Butter" or  "Creamery Butler"���������������������������as lhc case may bc���������������������������printed  on the butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer.  It is the duty of CA-cry butter maker to comply with the law in this matter. Somc butter  makers have only a coav or two, and make so little  butter that it docs not appear to them that they  can afford to have their butter wraps printed..  Thcy do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  butter wraps on hand. To accommodate tliis  class of buttcrmakers, avc havc printed up  a quantity of "Custom" Butter Wraps. Thcy arc  prinlcd with thc Avoids "Fresh Dairy Butter" but  do not bear thc name of thc maker. HoAvcver,  these wrappers fill thc requirements of the Iuav  governing this point, and can be bought in small  quantities at the rate of 05c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not require buttenvraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  |V"  lv:.  l ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������  4���������������������������  500, Single Order,    -    -    $3.75  1000   "      "   - "    -        4-75  When   run    with   other orders, $3.50 "and $4-50  8  I!  H  i  i  1  ���������������������������������������������  ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������!  THE WALKER PRESS  Enderby, B.C.  THE CARY PRESS  Armstrong, B.C.  oo \(1  $  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1918  I We have just received another shipment of fifty dozen Perfect  ISeal Fruit Jars. Those are going'fas!, but we belieA'e Ave will be  : able to fill all orders. Pricessame as last, viz: Pints, SI.50;  [Quarts, $1.75 per'dozen. Economy tops V...'50c dozen  $7.59 Cash  Puts  this   New Edison  Diamond'Ambrola'  anceiior  p  anae  inlen-  A] k^^':.:X^A.^ ^vvV2JV;,;; V :'}���������������������������  .s^ZTs?^  ^^^t^^^S^feaY^  vr^  If you have any  lion of biiA'ing a range,  do so al once.    Travellers tell us that in  the  near future Ave Avill be  unable   to    get   ranges  ���������������������������"Avilh    the   high  closet,  OAving   lo   the   scarcity  of.steel.    Not.only that  but prices will be very  *much higher.    Wc are  agents i'or the Gurney-  O.xford  line, .and  here  sIioav  A'ou   an   illuslration of" lhe CHANCELLOR-���������������������������ccjncedcd   lo   be  ranges.  11 speaks well for llie range   where  avc   can  give you  tbe  names of nearlv 100'' satisfied   customers "in   and  tv' fcSi' <T ~^ -v  -     M- '   -  ox  u  >o<  3-33  Armstrong.  a\e  ])oli-iud  aromi'l  They  b.a\e  poli-iud   lops.  They have- plain nickle   trimmings V  Tbey   have   la rye   cook ing surfaces.  Prices���������������������������wilh  l(:-in  oven       Willi 20-in oven      These nrices do nol include reservoirs.  togelher with 'twelve ujiwearahlc  Blue Amberol records of your oavii  choice, in your home. Balance on  easy monthly,.payments. Price of  No. 72 outfit same a.s at "NYinnipcq.  and YOU SAVE THE EXPRESS  CHARGES by buying from the  local  distributors  of���������������������������  THE HOOD BTATIOPV-  Vernon,  B. C.  The Edison Distributors cf  0  I  4s all we aim .to carry at all. times. Satisfaction io quality  an ul. workman ship, or . your money back. We also aim to  carry all.your needs in all lines -hutin these precarious clays  in merchandising we cannot take-as many chances on the ftit- (j  ure as formerly, hence possibly a shortage in seme lines ^  at tim  ( s. ��������������������������� (J  New lines added this week include:-  Ladies' sweater coats in all the new colors  and combination of colors, "grey and  melon, melon and white, Copenhagen  and gold, cadet and cardinal .... JfjG.SQ  2%*  .$85.00 ,  yo.iK)  esc prices do  The ECONOMIZER is n patent  arrangement in lhe ])ipe which  actually saves yon miich f  besides giving vou more control  ol" your'slove. * Tbe C11AXCFJJ-  LOii i.s (he only range, wilh this  device.  NE  risl  1SC������������������  t .IflLfc. ' ^^jy jt  Infants knitted suits  brushed wool,,in khaki,  white  .--. *.*. ......  slate  Send for free price lists of instruments, records and particulars  uf FREE  TRIAL  OFFER.  What Is a Victory Bond  NO SMOKE  NO ASHES  XO DUST  XO DANGER  Thcy can be carried aboul  Ihe house to lical bedrooms  or bal brooms, oi  rooms.  Living  Prices   35.50 & $7-00  L������������������  Ml  il  F?.  T  !ScL  M^f  sj  9  CORNER HARDWARE ARMSTRONG, B. C.  PHONE 33  CLASSIFIED ADVTS.  c ti   word    firM inscrtirni; leu word  tliei-cultcr.    25c minimum  "WANTKD���������������������������A good seconcl-hinul  biiby ctirritigc. Address 13., Commoner ollice, Enderby. ll  i-OH   SALH���������������������������AlTuira:   in    burn   6n .  j-isnch,   I'ormerly  CjijH.  Wallace's. ���������������������������  Lansdowne.       Six-horse     power  JMorse  gas  engine.    1.  T.  Piggotl.  ���������������������������' Armstrong, 13. (S (j3  1:011 SALK���������������������������Hcil brindlc cow: due  lo calve 12th November: heavv  niiiker.    Apply, .1.  C.  Henson.  U*2  "WANTED���������������������������A goorl I lolslein ��������������������������� cow.  3 or -i \ears old. Coming in next  June or July. Write .). La rue,  Hupel  l������������������. f). "_  "WANTED���������������������������Girl or middle-aged woman  for housework. No washing.  .Modern conveniences. Applv Mrs.   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I-7TTTT-IV-���������������������������otrriTTTTri���������������������������rrrrri"���������������������������it.���������������������������X~   I PIANO TUNING & REPAIRING  CHARLES QUINN  Direct from Toronto factory and  authorized Timer for Mason &  Risch. Ltd. Will be in Armstrong  and district during October. Address Box 98.    Kelowna.  Hot Water  Bottles  Xow i.s   lhc lime  lo  or    Iwo    for "lhc   cold  gel  one  winter  nigh Is   Avhich   arc  jusl  around  Q. When I lend my money  lo Canada, Avhal'do I gel in return ?  A. A nicclA' engraved document 011 distinctive paper. Il  is called a Bond. 11 is Canada's  promisc to pay you your money  Ixick a I a ccriain dale and to  pay you interest, and if you desire il. bolh principal andjnlcr-  csl Avill bc paid in gold.  Q. When avIH Inc money hc  paid back?  A. if you buy a 5-year bond  it Avill be paid on November 1.  1923���������������������������if you buv a 15-ycar bond  it will bc paid November I.  1 PV>3.  Q. But supposing I bought a  bond and Ihen found J needed  money before those dales'?  A. You could either sell ihe  bond or borrow monev on il.  Q. How could 1 sell?  A. Any bank, (rust company,  reliable bond dealer or broker  will be glad lo sell vour bond  for you a I any lime. Be careful,  however, through whom ��������������������������� vou  sell.  O. Win- ihe need for care?  ! Vv. Well, after the first Victory  Loan, some unscrupulous persons posing as brokers or financial agents persuaded people lo  sell. bonds for less lhan lhcy  Avere Avortli. If you arc not acquainted Avilh a reliable broker  or bond dealer,.ask the advice of  your banker.  Q. Can lhc bonds be readily  sold at am' lime?  A. Yes: over $50,000,000  Avorlh of the first Victory Loan  haA'c becn sold on the market  and at times thc demand for the  bonds hais been greater lhan  the ..supply.  Q|. Supposing I didn't want lo  pari with my bond, bul simply  wanted lo make a loan on il?  A. Very easily done, for thcrc  is no belter security than a Vic-  lory  Bond.     Ask  your  hank if  I A'ou desire lo borroAv monev on  i'il.  L --O.-W-hen .do-I-get-mv. -inlei  I  beautiful soft  crimson and  ... 33.2S  -i pieces, cap, units, pullover sweater, and  ro:ni,r    .- $4.00  White Crepe do Chene blorses. boautiful  new models, sizes 30 und US .... $4-. TS  Silk blouses, new designs in Copenhagen,  maize and white    34.OO  Also other models in cross bar muslin and  voile moderately priced.  Unbleached table-linen, chrysantluimnm  pattern, very special quality and cannot  be replaced at the price, only per yard   ,    85c  Men's wool sweaters, all   the  new colors,  .ilk khaki, olive, brown,   maroon   and   Ox-  ford   grey,   splendid    values   JJ56.00 to        310.50  Men's all wool, unshrinkable underwear,  very special quality of New Zealand wool  at per suit ��������������������������� $4-.SO  Mens heavj7 all wool grey sox, special  quality, and a large stock bought early  per pair ^ 60c  We arc sole agents I'or the celebrated  Miner Brand of mens rubbers, in all  grades, laced and buckled, heavy ancl  light. Demand this rubber, as they are  especially manufactured for B. C, weather  conditions.     Guaranteed fresh rubber  EXTRA  32 pieces striped flannelettes, all colors,  good quality, 3(5 inches wide. Prepare  i'or the colder w.eather now as we cannot  procure this quality again at less than <J0e  per yard   SOc  3  General Merchants  The Big Store  Armstrong, B. C.  Can. Pood Control License  -    .N'u. S-L'li.^GG  C������������������-crr>o<���������������������������>o<  0<= >00()<=3(X30<  regis-  3TRAYK1)���������������������������  Onio   my   pluce   sibnul. the   corner.  mid-summer, vvd cow nnd vidl'  bniiulcd "A. S." on ribs, lel'l e;ir  .split, riiiff in  nose. If not churned  will]in '.U> d;i\.s, will be sold foi  expenses. G. Schuberl, Armstrong (il-ll  JPJANO   R)M   SAI.i:���������������������������No   .���������������������������e;..s(>i;;ib!e  oll'er l'efu-ed. .Mrs.  I'.. \V.  V. inter.  E. T. ABBOTT  Druggist and Stationer  Armstrong, B. C.  FAHM   WAX I ED���������������������������-About   lilt)  ncres. j  Also    conlrjictiii'4   ;ind    buihliiij,'. !  F. \\. Sehiil'er. Me))Iies lo he sent i Phone 77  lo   lid.   Ii.   I'ci.swi.14.   Arnislronii.  H.OST���������������������������A .'lirnwii    nnire ��������������������������� Willi   -'IT'  ���������������������������Ijniiideil on  left hip. and  a strtip  ���������������������������'-��������������������������� uround neck when she lel'l'home.  *">    rewjird    for   ;iny   person    reluming  same  lo   \V.   II.   Nonniin.  Armstrong.    1 j 1  1'OH SAL1-:���������������������������I'ure-hred while VVy-  nndollc cockerels from Guild's  bretl-lo-hiv stniin. 6- ench. W.  H.   F.   Collis,   Liinsdowne.       Gl-tf  "YOUNG I'lflS FOR SALE���������������������������Choice  lot. J. II. Patten, Spring Lake  ]-'arm, Armslrong.  TOMATOES���������������������������liipe or green (Beau-  lies) 501b, .$1.25. Order now as  they are at their best. Wc deliver in town. Maw & Sons.  Phone K3009. GO-3"  FOft SEP, VICE���������������������������Purebred Yorkshire boar. Turner & Donaldson.  Enderby.  We Okanagan Garage  Armstrong, B.C.  On  esl?  A. On Ma A' 1st and November  lsl of each year���������������������������during lhc  life oi" lhe bond.  Q. How do 1 coiled il?  A. If vou buv a '"bearer" bond  WANTED���������������������������Will pay cash for 10  good fresh coavs. Musl be heavy  milkers and test over 4 per cent.  C.   M.   Henderson,   D.V.S.,   Phone  39-1, Armstrong. 5G-tf McLaughlin and Chevrolet Cars  ���������������������������rrzvr  A LIFT WHEN YOU NEED IT���������������������������  is wliat many of us arc looking for ancl  tluit's what  OUR GARAGE  stands ready to clo���������������������������make prompt repairs when you need them���������������������������supply the  best accessories when you   want   them.  1UNGS-10NE STYLUS  Needle will play from 50 to 200  records  without changing.  VictorJRecords  90c for two selections  If. S. BEST  Armstrong,   BC.  Ihcrc arc coupons a I Inched lo  it. For instance, onc coupon on  a $100.00 bond will read: "On  the first clay of May, 19J19, lhe  Dominion of Canada Ayill pay  hearer $2.75 a I. any chartered  bank in Canada."  Q. Then, 1 cut lhal particular  coupon  off and cash il at iinv  bank?    "  A. Exactly."  Q. And there are Iw'o coupons  for each year of $2.75 each, so  Unit I get $5.50 a \-car on each  $100.00 bond?       [  A. Coi-rccl.    6  Q.    Supposing I buy a  lercd" bond, Avhat happens?  A. Tbe "registered" bond bas  your name on il bnl has no coupons attached. Instead, each six  months, as the interest falls due  the Treasury Department Avill  mail you a cheque from Ottawa  in payment of the inleresl. And  don't forget lo no lily lhc Treasury Depart in cut Avhen you  make a change in your address.  Q. If 1 should sell my bond,  Iioav shall f transfer if to the  new oAvncr?  A. If it is a coupon bond, hand  iL  to  the dealer, banker or  Ihcj  1ffoRuvJr"w] ufsehn iV'trrV^OTiri=^  O. Is a registered bond deliv-  ercd lhe same way?  A. No.    You must lill in thc  form of transfer on the back of j  the bond.   Your dealer, bank or  broker  Avill  show  A'ou   Iioav   lo  do il.  Q. Doc;s a married woman  subscribe I'or a bond in hcr oavii  name or her husband's.  A. licr own���������������������������Mrs. Mary Roc,  nol Mrs. John Roc.  Q. And if a married woman  wishes to transfer a bond* made  out in her maiden name?  A.   She  should   sign:   "Maiy  Doc.   now   Ida*   marriage   Mary!  RceV '. I  Q.  Can  I invest any amount!  in Victory Bonds?  A. Thc bonds Avill bc. issued  in  denominations cf $50, $100,  $500 and $1,000.    You can buy I  as   large   an   amount   as   your  funds Avi 11 permit.  Your Winter Underwear until  il is too late. Woollens arc  scarce. \Wc arc sole agents for  STANFIELD'S���������������������������the best on the  market.  Hoav about a House of Hobberlin Suit Made to Order for  Avinter?  Canadian Food Control  License No. 8-17170.  E. B. PJMv  Men's Wear Groceries Enderby, B. C.  y a few ranges  and  stoves left  at old prices  BUY NOW  R. J. Fletcher sold a McLaughlin car to Mat Hill, Sas-  aqua, B. C.  A dollar saved over here assists the boys "over there."  SMOHE TUGKETT5  T& B PLUG  Fulton Hardware Co- Ltd  ENPERBY, B. C.  0  >-*  0  0  I  8  5  >-������������������  0  5  if  *s  i,    il  I  0  0  <������������������  Save for Victory!  11  i I  -t.  n  \'J  :<}

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