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 ARMSTRONG,  B.C.  0iwr  ENDERBY,  B. C.  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND ARMSTRONG ADVERTISER.  T^  I'. Vol. 16, No. 11; Whole No. 787  ARMSTRONG. B.C..  THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919  SubscriDtion. $2.00 per vear;. 5c the coov  ^ARMSTRONG CITY BUSINESS  |[ City Buys a New Truck-Change  [V Made at Power House���������������������������Mayor and Aldermen Paid for Attendance  GEORGE BELLAMY KILLED  Armstrong's Mayor is now  L.paid $4 and each councilman $2  fjfor   attendance   at  the   council  Collapse of Trestle  Young Man Thirty  Ground.  Throws  Feet   to  George Bellamy, well - known  to many readers of the Commoner, was killed several days  ago, while employed as a mem-  "NEARLY A HERO"-  Armstrong Returned Soldiers'  Monumental Hospital Benefit  Avalon Theatre, April 23rd.  Armstrong   "Dramatic  ^meetings. This is in consequence bcr of lhc ,   dro at WQrk  >of lhc Indemnity Bylaw passed flt Niagara Falls> Ontario.    His  at the meeting of March 10th  At the same mccling of the  | council it was decided to pay oil  I.Mr. Lawson, and  to place 'Mr.  Bailey in charge of the Power  ['House.  It was  decided  also  to  pur-  | chase a Ford 1-ton truck for lhc  i  citv at an approximate cost^of  ,J800.  At the meeting of March 31st  ;a communication f rom _-Coch-  ftranc & Ladner asked the council  Lto arrange to meet tlie costs of  lithe appeal in the case of the C.  |jN. R. vs the city.  Mr. C. W. Holliday appeared  lljefore the Council with a re-  hqucst that - some 0 consideration  nhiight be given to the taxation  rof farm lands,in the city limits,  !,f,to which" the mayor replied that  i/the matter should have the consideration asked -for when the  'assessment roll was being made  In view of the serious position  jlhe city would bc in in lhc event  l.xof  anything  happening   to   the  ���������������������������present dam on Davis Greek, it  brother writes from Ebcrls, On-  \ tario, that George was.'acling as  signalman on a trestle thirty feet  high on othe hydro canal when  the structure gaye way throwing  him to the ground and crushing  him to death under the falling  timbers. An Ebcrls paper says:  "The remains of thc late  George Bellamy'were interred  in Maple Leaf cemetery following a service in the parlors of  W. G. Burrows & Son. Rex. Mr.  McCrae of Eberts conducted  the service there and the Oddfellows conducted the service at  the graveside. The Oddfellows  were well represented at the funeral and the pallbearers were  members of the Order. George  H. Connibear; W. B. Greenwood, D. Sullivan, Fred Parkin,  John McCorvie'and J. M. Smith.  The" late Mr.' Bellamy was a  member of thc Order in Enderby, B. C. Flo'ral tributes were  very jmmerous expressing the  sincere sympathy of the many  friends of the family and. the  .we working hard for the  jwas considered advisable to "be  ['prepared with some scheme if  ,'the occasion should arise and  |;it was decided on motion of, Aid.  hParks-_and Ald.VAdair sthat- the  rMayor^be auUiv^^  lisurveyj made of^the^Hiouth^of  [the Canyon, with an estimate _of  (���������������������������the amount*of water lhat would  (be obtained hy a dam aj that  j^ointj / :     v   .  r--  AJcJ. Adair gave notice that at  |>.he next regular meeting of the  lcouncil he .woiiW hriug forward  amotion for a pylaw for the im-  [posing nn4 collection of licenses  7rpm. all wholesale awl retail  Kramers ff\ t^e city. -  ,f 'fhe following were appointed  p cqmmittee   to   arrange   for  'he ^irst of July ce|e|������������������ration: C  f:ree^������������������ Tf: ffom aw| F- flecker.  It was c|ecide<| that the assess--  [:j?ent: ro|| be returned to tlie  t|erk on or hefore the second  Kvfonday in May awl that the  ;Jonrt of Revision sit on Monday, May 2������������������th������������������ at 7.30 p.m.  young man.  tn the Right Direction  Fulton * Co. Enlarging  r A;1 Fulton & Co. will utilize  |ijje~5 eptire salesroom space of  ljhe������������������Fulton PiocH. it is the indention of . this enterprising  fiardware firm to add a line of  i^utomohite supplies anc| accessaries. The company will also  represent the Cockshutt Plow  Co., and will handle farm implements, anc| the Frost & Wood  l/iowcrs, rakes, etc It is Mr.  pulton's intention to reach out  Ijr business along larger lines  man heretofore in order to meet  ['ic demands of the rcconstruc-  fuon period.  ��������������������������� , Long _ ago," old-established-  produce centres=louhdaa higjsa^-  in|������������������/ta^handttrig an^-'spioilagF-in?  erecting packing houses close to  the fields where" ther produce was  grown. Tins is now tlie practice  in every progressive produce  centre, instead of having the  produce hauled miles on dusty,  rough, roaoV-tovthe packing  houses. . ,;     .  The project ofthe Singer  Company in Armstrong in ifho  proposed erection of a packing  house a| \���������������������������convenient point "ou  w|iat is Impw as Ac|yentisfr;|f|at������������������  is in the,:right 4irectfon; and  should fmo) to;; the erection of  many such- institutions more  convenient jo the growers.  The  Club  coming comedy: "Nearly a  Hero" in the Avalon Theatre,  Wednesday night, April 23rd.  tec Morris is high in his praise  oi" each member cf thc cast. Thc  story ol* thc comedy is written  around ihe past world ;\var, and  will cause laugh alter laugh. Reserved scats arc on sale al Ab-  bolt's Drug Store. Get ready for  this big attraction. Proceeds  for thc benefit of thc Returned  Soldiers', Monumental Hospital.  Big dance after the play. Admission: reserved seats,.75 cents.  General admission, 50 cents and  20 cents.- *   >  BULL SALE A SUCCESS  ENDERBY HOSPITAL  Nirfety-Six Animals Sold out of  97 Offered���������������������������Mat Hassen, Auctioneer  It  .Red Cross-Needs  The following letter has been  received by the secretary of the  Armstrong Red Cross.     '   ___   .  Vancouver, March 13, 1919,  Mrs.' Robt.   Inglis; Secy.  Red  ,   Gross, Armstrong, B. C. -  ���������������������������"Dear Madam: Pending the  extending a of the present * purposes of the Canadian Red Cross  to patriotic and relief work other than military, which is<being  brought before parliament for  legislative-sanction, thc present  requirements for ' immediate,  pressing'- and continuous - calls  in!-respept of the care1 and comfort, generally of all soldiers in  ;British Columbia . hospitals. re-  ^ii^^th^^xppncliture 'at Vancouver ^ofVfrdhi; two to��������������������������� three  thousand J dollars ., per month;  this will: contmiie.:at ;that rate  for at least three years.  ?We rieeel- inofvremjnd ion  . xji.'."''*'     :  i - ��������������������������� '      i-   *��������������������������� i' m.   l    -   '~  is somc advertisement for  to   have  Year Starts With Clean Sheet  and the Institution Finally  Placed on Solid Footing.  LAND FOR SETTLEMENT  Enderby Committee Appointed  to Take Charge of Listings  and Aid in Settlement  Last Monday evening a num-  Armstrong  Nurse McPhcrson as well as  furnished, all members of the 1918 hospital ber of citizens gatherecd in the  one of the auctioneers at the Board are to be congratulated jCity Hall to complete the ar-  Kamloops  bull  sale  last   week,'on  the splendid showing made rangements for handling listing  particularly when wc recognize in the year's operations,  thai hc was put alongside of Mr.      The Board has bcen well sup-  S. W. Paisley of Lacombc who i ported by the citizens of Ender-  for 19 ycars has bcen auctioneer,by and district, with the result  at thc Calgary Stock Sales.   Mr. j that a greatp deal was accomp-  Paislcy and Mr.--Hasscn relieved, lished considering tfic little the'charge of listings, thc rcommil-  each other every half-hour.Thcy, Board had to start on when the tec to meet every Saturday af-  sokl 98 animals out of 97 ottered j year opened. At the last meet-, tcrnoon as long as necessary,  and the total amount of thc sale ing of  the Board, attended by .when persons having properties  of propert}" which are oiVercd  for returned soldier settlement.  Messrs. Winter, Skaling, Hassard, Bryant aiid Coltart were  appointed a committee to take  was close to $17,000.  Speaking cf the sale thc Kam-  E. J to list arc requested to^appear  before thc committee to go in-  Mrs. W. J. Woods, Mrs. K  Sharpe," Mrs. Jno. Folkard, and  loops  Standard says:     "British 'Messrs. Hawkins, Adams; Rosb-  Columbia's first bull sale .was a J man, Nichol, Oppcrtshauscr and  pronounced success.   Under the Walker', it was decided in view  efficient salesmanship of Mi\ S. of the changed conditions of the  W: Paisley'of Lacombe and Mr. society due to its "having been  Mat Hassen of Armstrong, 96 of brought under the provisions of ��������������������������� lines  the animals ottered were, sold at j the Hospitals Act, being hew a'     1���������������������������Location:  fair prices,  the unsold animal public body, receiving and dis-'     '  <a)  to   thc   matter   of  details   and  price.  It was finally decided to draft  forms to be filled out and filed,  giving information- along these  being a dairy bull. Eighty-five  of the cattle were bulls,' Here-  fords and Shorthorns.predominating, and eighLwere Hereford  females^cows and heifers. -  "Pricfes for top-notch bull*.,  were goed." *Bo\yden Chief, a  2-year-old Shorthorn, bred on  the farm cf Hon. Duncan vlarr  shall, Olds, Alberta, was purchased by Mr.'.Mytton of Cherne  Creek Rariclrat the top price of  the sale, $450. -Alberta Don A,  Check;from City for plumb  Donation Day receipts   .  Masquerade > Ball receipts  Nortft ^ndtrliy. s^fioay  Following is the report fpr  North Fnderhy School for  March: ,  Perfect . Attendance ��������������������������� Noe|  _Harris,^|Joger-^|farris,;VJames.  I^ac|c,. Janette Macjc,, Mary  IVfacH, pbris-fMetcalfe, Arthur  Olson, FdwiiitPJson, f^ucy T.u^  ner, Willie Wilson.  Proficiency���������������������������Second Primer:  Lucy Turner, James Macjt. J|st  Reader: Poris IVfetcalfe. 2nd  Reader: Noel Harris, Mary  Mack. 3rd Reader: Edwin Olson, Janette Muck, Willie Wilson, Spencer Turner, Arthur  Olson. 4th Reader: Mary Turner, Roger Harris, Effie Turner.  r It is a pleasure to havc an old  friend of the district come back.  'Iter an absence of a year Mr.  \w.   Smith   returned   to- Arm-  ���������������������������JJrohg last week as manager of  fie   Rank   of 'Hamilton.     Mr.  "RJake's Hawaiians'  The above aggregation of talented artists will appear at the  Avalon Theater, Armstrong, on  Wednesday night, April 16th.  Armstrong "Theatre patrons..will  remember them appearing here  about two years ago, with'just-  mi th very successfully handled:ifying results.   All the latest Ha-  ,ie affairs of the bank when  J ere before and Armstrong pa-  j-ons arc pleased to see him re-  irn. H. L. Payn Icr, for thc  [ist year manager of the bank  jft last week for Kamloops.  Nothing   like   Sawyer's    ice  [ream-sodas' tc satisfy that; thirs t.  waiian melodies and songs will  be given, accompanied with  lhcir native stringed instruments. An attraction worthy of  anyone's patronage. Admission:  adults, 75 cents; boys and girls  under 14, 25 cents.  Moir's chocolates at Joe's.  cessary ana" qaep'$ very <#rc$ct  amount of good which is so  much appreciated fey, tl#, mff*$:  ers that *f all cou|������������������J >ee:tM *I^t  sul) of their contriputiow there?  would he no persqjj w|io. wouW  withhold their support. This  ;w>rJc can |>e summari������������������e^ |>rief-  |y\as foj|ows: V. --  ?\. T^e Applying of clothing anc| comforts.  r "2. ^xuries, such, as actional smo|ces, musical instruments, -reading < material and  other.  i *'3. To supply-nurses to accompany wounded soldiers  from the Atlantic seahoar*! .to  ^ritjsh^CqiuJmhia,^an^Caisoi4o-  accompany returning wives and  children of sic|c soldiers),       ;  "4. . The giving of special attention and care to .shell-  shocked soldiers and those mentally affected.  "To carry on this very necessary work Vancouver will need  your assitance during each and  every month hy way of cash  contribution. On account of the  high cost of transportation it  is not advisable to ask you to  forward these in-the future, except under very pressing conditions, but we would suggest that  you would consider the advisability of organizing a continuous  monthly collection plan, and  that you advise us by return  mail, or as soon as possible, of  the- amount you feel sure you  would bc able to-average every  month in remittances to us, such  remittances to bc used for the  purposes above . named. \ Bespeaking your early reply, I am  "Yours-sincencly,  "S. Taylor, President."  In reply Armstrong Red Cross  hasupromiscd one hundred dol-  jlars a month for three months,  beginning with April.  a yearling-Hereford, bred by T. I Membership "fees  Baird, & Son; Red Willow, Al-'Tag Day "^P48  berta, ,was purchased by Chas.  Deeringj ;Hat Creek^for $4i������������������  and   prices;; running ^ between"  $2^n^|30������������������lwe^e, quh^cam^  moni?'' /The outstanding ^feature  ofv'tH^sale' wa'sjhe7cdemand for  quality^ bidding7h^ng keenest  whert' cjassy bujls^were' pu: ,up.  The hree&ers who, offered - tjieir  bursing government funds, and i        (b)  having to carry on its business station  in an entirely new way, that Jhe'  bylaws of the association should  be   redrafted,   and   the   matter  >vas referred  to Messrs.  Cochrane  &-Ladner,  solicitors,  for  such revision. . '     -      _  The secretary - treasurer's  statement for the year was read  as follows:  t, Receipts-1��������������������������� /  Received" from-Mr. Davies  -$  Balance in bank  6.90  - .18  21.00  72.30  36.45  .. ; 42.50  SS 139.75  that this workris ahsolutely ne- stock are satis^ed with 1he>re^  " ���������������������������.   ���������������������������   'J- j^._.���������������������������' i.   ..^^..   jK���������������������������'Aj.I>     -ix ..*   '-������������������iA       ._'-A_i A.-.^.      ���������������������������--    ���������������������������.  suits to t^fun^q th^promot^rs  qf tlie'Went dwlare,tlTemselves  pleasM with the ohiyime, fmm  satisfy that the success of \\to  initial' ^.a|e- wilp surely-, mean ijs  Urm ^tahlishmenl^ , V  ltt.70  ,   H.UU  I '.50  -r������������������<.-j  Missionary in In^ia  Miss Coltart, 'a Preshyteriat^  missionary enroutetp Jwlia, on  Friday, March 28; visite<| Armstrong. While here she visited*  tHe Woman's Missionary Society ar, their regular meeting'  which was heW ih the afternoon  at the home of the President,  Mrs. Ferguson. 'Jn. the evening  she-ad^ressed^a^good^sizedsaud-"  fence V:in . the r': Preshyterian  church;" - She spoH^e-particulariy  of her work in the hospital at  Phar where she 'was engaged  for seven years. She emphasized the great neeb) of India for  more doctors, more .nurses,  more teachers and^more evangelists. An earnest appeal was  made that some from this district would offer their lives in  thc work of winning India for  Christ. Miss Coltart was thc  guest of Mrs. A. McNair while  in the citv.���������������������������Com. J  .  - ���������������������������/-''V.^V-.-.V-^-V:. ..^ V $319.08'  Disburs'einent-Sjj- *<���������������������������<������������������_ ���������������������������- '*-. r^.^ ^,  Disbursements .by. checl��������������������������������������������� .'   r. :%?-���������������������������  T6 equ|t>niehtVrepairs��������������������������� iaBor',i}<Sr--''.  , r- material;:,<il������������������aiiifrg,' efc^.,-. i'$1I1M43'  Accounts,handed, overly,,  -u'old'Roarcl SS .. C. :S.:-:-S  Lighting of t hospital ... ..-  linswrance;^.'.; ���������������������������:������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������': ���������������������������-->���������������������������"���������������������������. ���������������������������,���������������������������,-.-  Stationery.-.:.'.-.'. SS...S..S.  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V . . :. V V .'V .. ,���������������������������   .  (b)    What best'adapted* for-.. hs -  5-^How watered: ?   I,    -. -\ r .  6���������������������������Improvements: '  (a)    House;" dimensions - and,   ^v-  general description T...... ���������������������������? ;  s(b)     Stable:    dimensions    andj:-'    .  general description. .... .y.'S. . . i.. 7 [;  1 , (c)    Fencing;" description>and',  quantitv   ....'. SS.... 1.:...-.".. .\. .-.*���������������������������"��������������������������� .".'  , ^f-^Orchard:\ /-' v-..- -,S/f -77(s:^  T"V,(a)^>"Number-of,trees ?. S'.SSSSS^-'S  ���������������������������-7a. Xbr-'-'Agel:;'.".. SSO. Ss.-S. i-s..,. ,V"  -,.'o-.(c)General'de'scriptiohX.:.'".S. '."i.-s-A^'  ^v'gl_Ass^sfe'a valuer^;1' ssfy^f V?V  i- v/7Price,asked: V'   - si-iS^/s  N; -Si-  ���������������������������    /-  -1-     *"   A.  4,*\  -           -i������������������  ���������������������������"'j.  >v**c  ���������������������������r>,^  , - ^JK  '-.if. *--*":  r-t  '-?*k*  .s'sss  10-4^emarks:  -" .i-o j" ��������������������������� . -  . '���������������������������A'i  .50 \i  2.001  36.88  - -W'V''^    O'..   - "$3t������������������.08  L(a^tlt������������������k^Nbne. --V ..>���������������������������"  The appomtmept.of Alderman  Adams ^j������������������| Nichql ���������������������������t9 represent  the city on the ^r<l was N$  from, the City Council.:"  |n a letter from the Provincial  Secretary notifying the Pdard  that the ^ospitaran4. grant ha<|  heen passed,-4ating from October |st. |ast������������������ it was stated that  fxvQ citizens would he appointed  to act on the Poar<| as Provincial  representatives,, and the secretary was* requested to write the  Provincial-Secretary^asking'that^  (hese appointments he made.  A check from "the Provincial  Secretary for the sum of $200.00  .V!"''!!;jffliw^'^.wji^i!.' --  JJ.    ':.    ''' *"       -       'S'* ��������������������������� ^*   "���������������������������. *.n .**-,\V-'" * -"������������������ " '  'sp. Hqlman, -t|ie: pioneer^ t������������������r *  haceo grower of.^the.^.pkanagan;,/  has sent to the Cdi^nioner bQlee^:  eppugh ,tohapco seed:, fqr ttfe/i -  acres :of plants.' Tf e is anxious, 7:  to have���������������������������growei^:in^'the vicinity  of. Armstrong.-\ and*   F^d*erhy>,  plant the seec| "auf| give 'fo^coo;:  growing a.tryout., F|e is prerv  pared\\q: purchase, the' tohacco  leaf thusHffrdwniand pay.the  highest market J price therefor. x--  From past experience in 'Jthi*, -  locality,, tohacco growing can,  |*e -made a. success here oh a,  commercial hasis.   |t g|ves,his  returns and the market is no^ -  overcrowded, nor is the com-,  m^ty^)^dshiihle.VIAs^aJside������������������  - -  7  "-..      -*<*. 'Am  "- >.���������������������������l-,&.��������������������������� JA'*������������������z ���������������������������  ^S^W������������������0%  ^7S7/0is\  "C * ."i"" *'^r -k"'  :^s".s-:Sm  ^.:Ss J'.teV'1  'I     -   '      ..I-.-!-'      ���������������������������>.  >*i ;���������������������������:���������������������������-. i'\  .. v. ���������������������������  i-S  line an acre qr;:twb::of tohacco.  would pay anyJariner well for-  the trouble taken vinV growing  was reported received" as first |a"^ harvesting the |eaf.  payment  on   '(tie  Hospital  aid  April Fool Dance  The April Fool dance at thc  Enderby Opera House Monday  night was a verv en lovable af-  fair, though- the attendance was  not so large as the Opera House  Company deserved. it was  given to aid the Enderby Orchestra.  Ample provision was .made  for two hundred people, but, as  sometimes happens with these  First of April affajirs, only a  third of thc audience appeared  and the net results were somewhat disappointing.  grant already made.  The completion of several interior improvements to the hospital building, ordered by the  Provincial inspector, was reported to the Roard.  The following officers for lhe  ensuing year were elected: President, Chas. Hawkins; first vice-  president, Chas. Oppcrtshauscr;  second vice-president, J. Nichol;  secretary - treasurer, Mrs*. K. E.  Sharpe.  It was decided that tlie regular  monthly meetings of thc Board  should be held on the second  Friday in caclrmonlh at 8 p. m.  ENDERBY BOARD OF TRADE  In response to thc wish of several members a meeting of the  Enderby Board of Tijidc will bc  held in thc city hall this (Thursday) evening for general reorganization and to take up such  othcr busienss as may come before it.  Fncjerhy Entertainment  An entertainment will be  given in tlie-Opera House on  Tuesday, April 8th, at 8. o'clock,  the proceeds of which will be  for the building fund of the  Presbyterian church.  The first part of the program  will consist of several musical  numbers. And in thc second  part an all-star cast of local ladies will present a humorous  play written by Miss Kelly of  thc Okanagan Saw Mills office.  Admission. 50 cents. Children  under 14, 25 cents.  The Sacred Cantata  Entitled: "Olivet to Calvary"  (recalling some of thc incidents  in the last days of the Savior's  Life on earth) will be given by  the Glee Club ih the Parish Hall  on Wednesday, April 16th commencing at 8 p.m. Illustrative  lantern slides will also bc  shown. An admission of 25cts  will-be charged.*  ��������������������������� C0-2t OKANAGAN" COMMONER  THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919'  XX  >o<  Can   Food Board  License No. S-G33"  BITTER   MARMALADE  ORANGES  Per dozen      8! MANY complaints heard and adjustments  MADE IN ENDERBY ASSESSMENT VALUES  GRAPE FRUIT  5   Each '   ORANGES  Per dozen      lOc  60c  0  1  ii  I  Per dozen       70c ft j    There were many complaints heard at thc sit-  0 GRAPE FRUIT x, ting.of the court of revision for the ply of-En-  v   -    -���������������������������" -~   -jjj.dcrby last week.    But lhc amount of difference  x j between thc original property assessment and the  fi 'figure ,at which  lhe lax levy will be.made \^as  x not.so great as the number of complaints would  give reason to suspect.  Following are the complaints and the disposition of them: , _"      '.,.'���������������������������  BessieVT. Faulkner���������������������������Complaint: Unequal assessment. Appellant represented by Andrew A.  Faulkner.-   Assessment .confirmed.  Andrew A. Faulkner���������������������������Complaint: Unequal assessment.   Assessment confirmed.  G. W. Sterling���������������������������Appellant represented by A.  C. Skaling, solicitor, Qtc. Complaint:/Assessment  A  _.   , -, i  c    j ii  of land and improvements  too high.    No.  117,  ft  Sludstrop  Mangel  Seed on g  ^ mlucC(, from $1 250 lo $800; Nf)   120, from  Sa,e fl I$2,000  lo  ������������������750;  No.  121, from -$1,200  to $750,  x!no. 121, from $1,300 to $750; assessment of im-  ���������������������������0  x FRESH LETTUCE  ,[]  Per head <���������������������������.  . .    5c  S SMOKED FISH  %  Kippers, Haddie, Black Cod  ____ J  Seeds! Seeds! Seeds! jj  on while the  ^   Make your selecti  assortment is good  jj   ] Phillips & Whitehouse  ff      Phone 48-  Armstrong  o<  i  MADE IN  ARMSTRONG  Ladies' Suits  Men's Suits  (lothes Cleaned, Pressed j  i  ���������������������������  ������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  j    A te ed and Repaired   j  I  ������������������  ������������������  ALEX. ADAIR  PROMPTLY SECURED!  'iii  all  countries.   A.-=kfoi-  our  INVEN-  XOA'S-ADVISKR.which wiLl bo-sent free.  jMAIUOX & JIAKION.  stnO.   I inlur��������������������������� site    C*..    Mnn4*All-  PIANO TUNING & REPAIRING  CHARLES QUINN  ��������������������������� ofJCelowna,   will be in Arm-  - strong   and   Enderby    districts  :every three" months.  SPIRILLA CORSETS  BRASSIERES, ETC     v  Made to order.    Flexible and  unbreakable.    Every pair guaranteed.  PPITH TURNEJ*  Corsettere  Armstrong p.. C.  provements confirmed.  A.| Beat lid��������������������������� Appellant  representee!   by  A. [C.  iSkaling,  solicitor,  etc.     Complaint:  Ovcr-asscss-  ojment of land and improvcmcnls.    No. 263, as-  iscssment confirmed; No. 264, land reduced from  $-150 to $100; No. 267, from $550 lo $450; improvcmcnls confirmed.  E. R. Schamahorn���������������������������Appellant represented by  A. C. Skaling, solicitor, etc. - Complaint:. Over-  assessment of land and improvements. No. 78,  land reduced from $600.to $450; No. 81, from  $600 to $450. Improvements, assessment confirmed.  R. B. Oldford���������������������������Appellant represented by A. C.  Skaling, solicitor, etc. Over-assesment of land.  Reduced from $950 to $550.  M. E. Pacey���������������������������Appellant represented by A. C.  Skaling, solicitor, etc. Complaint: Over-assessment of land and improvements. Land reduced  from $1,800 lo $1,250. Improvements, assessment confirmed.  C. Paradis���������������������������Appellant represented by A. C.  Skaling. solicitor, etc. Complaint: Land assessed  too high.    Reduced from $2,000 to $1,400.  M. M. McPhcrson���������������������������Appellant represented by  A. C. Skaling, solicitor, etc. Complaint: Ovcr-  asscssmcnl of land and improvements. Land reduced Irom $950 to $550; improvements, assessment confirmed.  J. A. Miller���������������������������Complaint: Assessment above actual value. No. 98 reduced from $1,200 to $800;  No. 99 from $800 to $550.-  K.- E. MacKenzie���������������������������Appellant represented by A.  D. Stroulger. Complaint: Assessed too high. Reduced from. $700 to $500.   *       ���������������������������  G. L. Powers"���������������������������Complaint: Assessed to high.  Assessment confirmed.  G. R. Lawes���������������������������Complaint: Did not own Nos.  382 and 383; 625, Jand assessed too high. Nos.  382 and 383 were "ordered to-be assessed fo Mrs  SECRET SOCIETIES  1  ���������������������������3jT  A.f. &A-M'  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall. Visiting  . brethren cordially  invited  S. II. SPEERS  W..M.  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every  Monday evening  in Masonic Hall.    Visilortfcor-  dially invited to attend.  CHAS. HAWINS.C. C.  -    H. M. WALKER, K. R. S  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  .PROFESSIONAL.  ^_ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby. B.C.  I too'hiah.    Assessment confirmed.  H. Grindon���������������������������Complaint: Property sold to A.  N. White.   Ordered to be assessed to A. N. WJMt'e.  J. W. James���������������������������Complaint: Eleven miles from  Enderby districl.    Assessment confirmed.  J. F. Murphy���������������������������Complaint: Property owned  jointly by J. F. Murphy and P. H. Murphy. Ordered to be assessed to J. F. Murphy and P. H.  Murphy jointly.  S. F. Hartry���������������������������Complaint: Property owned by  John W. W.��������������������������� LaRoy. Ordered to be assessed lo  John W. W. LaRoy^  G. B. Johntsou���������������������������Complaint: Does not own this  property. Ordered to bc struck, out of assessment  roll, as this was a "duplicate-of No. 662 on roll,  already assessed to appellant. , ���������������������������-���������������������������'.".  E. R. Bobb���������������������������Complaint: Docs not own property.   Ordered to be assessed to Samuel Poison.  Johnson & Bobb���������������������������Complaint: Docs nol own  proper lv. Ordered to bc assessed to Samuel Pol-  son.  G. A. Hankey & Co.. Ltd.���������������������������Complain I: Should  be assessed lo Vera Williams. Ordered to bc assessed lo Vera Williams.  " G. A. Hankey & Co., Ltd.���������������������������Complaint: Should  bc assessed lo Trustees of Mrs. Max Chcvcnix  Trench, and of Mrs. Miles Thorncwill, G. A. Hankey & Co., Ltd., agents.   So ordered.  Canadian Pacific Railway Co.���������������������������Thc Assessor  applied to thc Courl to havc Nos. 5, 6 and 7 struck  out of thc roll, these parcels having already been  assessed lo thc Canadian Pacific Railway Co., as  part cf Railway right-of-way.   So ordered.  L.M.Gilroy���������������������������The Assessor applied to the Court  to have Mrs. Gilroy's name struck out, and that  of S. Poison substituted therefor.    So ordered.  Mrs. D. Brash���������������������������A letter was received from Mrs.  D. Brash, inquiring why she had, not been credited with the rebate which was given her by- the  Court, last. year. Mrs. Brash, who was present,  addressed the Court in pursuance of her written  inquiry. The minutes of thc Court of Revision  for thc year 1918 - were referred to, and Mrs.  Brash was informed bv the Mayor of the amount  -* v \ B/  a I which hcr properly was assessed in that year,  together with  the figures for year 1919.    Mrs.  Brash then thanked thc Court and withdrew. -  Map 211a, Block 7���������������������������  Thc Court, acting as a Board, of Equalization,  directed the Assessor to reduce the assessed value  of thc following parcels of land:-  Map 211 ���������������������������  Roll No. 23, Lot 3G; reduced from -?2,800.00 to 82,500.00  Map 21 la, Block 1--    -.    .       -      V::     -  Roll No. 30, Lot 1,.reduced from. _ .<?500.00 to $450.00  L. Chapman;  No. 625 reduced  from $3,400 to  $3,000. ' -     o      -  D. W. Newberry���������������������������Complaint: No improvements on this land- Assessment of improvements, $600, ordered struck out.  J. F- Johnson���������������������������Complaint: Assessments too  high; improper values, not in keeping witb present-day values.    Assessment confirmed.  J. B. Gaylord���������������������������Complaint: Over-assessment of  land and improvements. No. 173, land X'educed  from $350 to $300; No. 176, from $300 lo $325;  No. 177. from $400 to $350; assessment on Nos.  180, 181 and 186, land and improvements, confirmed.  M. Drasching���������������������������Complaint: Improper assessment.   Reduced from $1,680 to $980. A  E. G.  Gray���������������������������Complaint: Assessment on land  No. 68 reduced from $350 lo 300; No.  too high  E. O. VVOOP, B. C. L. S.  Armstrong and Salmon Arm  Subdivisions, Mineral Claims, Timber Limits, Pre-cmptior.s, Drainage,  Irrigation and Road Surveys, Maps  and plans.  Phone 02 Salmon-Arm, B.C.  YEARS AGO peoplo used tc  make IHcm.-.el ve a heard by  shouting from tho house top*.  If you tried that to-day you  would probably hue to appear  before a commission in insanity.  NOW-A-DAYJ the businesi  man uses our Want Ads.  >V;rttti.4 mi ,, H   ���������������������������������������������  MrC.rdj  __w_-__&ks&-m_&w^^%  BfTfrom $15ITfo~$400.  A. Burbidge���������������������������Complaint: Assessment too  high. Assessment of land confirmed; improvements reduced from $2,500 to $2,000.  D. Brash���������������������������Complaint: Assessment too high.  No. 712. assessment of land reduced from $2,500  lo value of provincial assessment; improvements  confirmed; No. 728, land reduced from $3,400 to  provincial assessment.  R. Jones���������������������������Complaint: Assessment of land and  improvements above value. Land reduced from  $900 to $800; improvements from $2,400 to $2,-  000.  E. Poison���������������������������Appellant represented by S. Poison. Complaint: Assessment of land too high.  No. 11-1 reduced from $2,000 lo $1,500; No. 115,  assess me nl confirmed.  S. Poison���������������������������Complaint: Nos. 100. 101, 110, 136,  138. 1-10 and 232. assessment of land too high;  Xo.s. -M3. Ml. 527. 528, 520, 530, 531, 532, 533  and 534 should be assessed to olher parlies. No.  100. reduced from $800 lo $550; No. 101 from. $1,-  250 to $800; No. 110 from $750 lo $700; No. 136  from $1,607 lo $1,160; Nos. 138, 140 and 232, assessment confirmed;-Nos. 443 and 444, ordered  to be assessed lo G. VW. Sterling; Nos. 527,  528, 529 and 530, ordered to bc assessed to George  T. Hughes; Nos. 531 and 532, ordered to be assessed to Margaret Hutchison; Nos. 533 and 534  ordered to be assessed lo Edward R. Bobb.  J. L. Rullan���������������������������Complaint: Asscsment too high.  Assessment confirmed.  M.    Simard���������������������������Complaint:    Improvements    as-  Roll No. 33, Lot 4, reduced from 450.00 tc 425.00  Roll No. 34, Lot 5, reduced from "450.00 to 425.00  Rpll No. 37, Lot. 8, reduced from    -  600.00 to    550.00  Map 21 la, Block 2���������������������������  Roll No. 39, Lot 2, reduced from       500.00 to' 475.00  Roll No. 40, LoL3, reduced from    . 450.00 to    425.00  Roll No/43, S.y2,Lot 6, reduced from 300.00 to    250.00  Roll No. 44, S.%,Lot 7, reduced from "400.00 to    325.00,  Map 211a, Rlocjc 5��������������������������� ' .  .;  Roll No. 77, Lot 2, reduced from .' 600.00 to 500.00  RoJl No. 82, Lot 7, reduced from a" 600.00 to 450.00  Roll No. 85, Lot 10, reduced from. 650.00 to. 450.00  Roll No. 89, Lot 14, reduced from 700.00 to-J 550.00  Roll No. 90, Lot J5, reduced from 750.00 to 550.00  Roll No. 93, Lot 18, reduced'from 800.00 to v 600.00  Roll No. 94, Lot 19, reduced from     1,000.00 to- 900.00  Map 21 j a, Block 6-r-  Roll No. 9(5, Lot 1, reduced from 800.00 to 600.00  Roll No. 97, Lot 2, reduced from 1,250.00 to 900.00  Roll No. 102, Lot 7, reduced from 1,300.00 to 900.00  Roll No. 103, Lot 8, reduced.from 900.00 to 550.00  Roll No. 104, Lot 9, reduced from 900.00 to 550.00  RoHNo._l_05.Lot_ \ 0,.reduced.f rom.1.350.00ato.-950.00  Roll No. 106, Lot 11, reduced from 1,400.00 tol.OOO.OO  Roll No. 109,W.y_, 14, reduced.from 750.00to 700.00  Roll No. 112, Lot 16, reduced fi;om 1,000.00 to 650.00  Roll No. 113, Lot 17, reduced from $1,500 to 800.00  Roll No. 110, Lot 20, reduced from 1,800.00 tol,200.00  Map 211a, Blocjc 7���������������������������  Roll No. 125, Lot 9, reduced from 1,350.00 to      800.00  Roll No. 128, W.i/2 12, reduced from 700.00 to      500.00  Roll No. 129 E.y_ 12, reduced from 7000.00 to      500.00  Roll No. 130, Lot 13, reduced from 1,400.00 to 1,100.00  Roll No.  133, W.47ft.  16  Roll   No.   135,   W.lOft   17  Map 211a, Block 15���������������������������  Roll No. 258, Lot 3, reduced from 900.00 to  Roll   No.   134,   E.13ft.   16       "    "     '410.00 to  Roll No. 201, Lot 6, reduced from .$900.00 to  1,490.00 to 1,010.00  333.00 lo     290.00  750.00  290.00  750.00  Roll  Xo.  119, Lot 3, reduced  from  9700.00 to  -$650.00  Roll  No.  122,   Lot  C  ,,  750.00 to  700.00  Roll  No.  12.3,  Lot  7,      "  ,j  750.00 lo  700.00  Roll  Xo  120,   Lot   10  ������������������>  800.00 lo  750.00  Roll  No.  127,   Lot   11,  ,j  S00.00 to  750.00  Roll  No.  .1.31,   Lot   14,       "  >>  850.00 to  800.00  Roll  No.  132,  Lot.  15,     ';���������������������������"'���������������������������  ,������������������  850.00. to  800.00  Roll  Xo.  137,   Lot   18,       "  ������������������������������������  950.00 to  850.00  Roll  Xo.  138, S.y_ Lot 19, "  >,  725.00 to  700.00  Roll  Xo.  130, N.y_ Lot'19 "  >,  475.00 to  400.00  350.00 to    300.00  Roll  No.   172,  Lot .12,       "  Map 211a, Block 13���������������������������  Roll No. 231, Lot. 2, reduced from'$-l,2J0O'.aO to $1,100.00  Map 21 la, Block 16���������������������������/."���������������������������  Roll No. 206, Lot 5, reduced from $5JflXMl0 to $400.00  CVS  AtT  "<3S  a?������������������Si  .<&  &S$ii  ������������������JS  I  ���������������������������)3  38*  ���������������������������M  iV-.V  PV-1^  I  Make your garden a source of pride and profit  tins year by sowing seeds of tested quality.  Healthy, productive plants will not grow from  poor, undersized seeds. Rennie's are selected  seeds, which have bcen tested for germination  bctcre being offered for sale.  For Piarciingf up to April 15th  1 FLOWER SEEDS   ,  VEGETABLES  Brussels   Sprouts���������������������������Aniagcr  Miirket  Cabbage���������������������������Rennie's First Crop  " Rennie's X2CX Autumn������������������������������������������������������  Winter Drumhead  Onion���������������������������Rennie's Selected  Yellow Globe Dauyers (Private Stock)  Cauliflower���������������������������Rennie'-f 'Danish Drouth-Resisting  CeUry���������������������������Paris Golden Yellow,  Extra Select  Tommto��������������������������� Bonny Best (Original). Reniiiie's Improve.d  Beefsteak  New Giant Astermum-  Mixed Colors -  Rennie's XXX Giant Comal  Auters���������������������������Mixed  Eai ly Blooming Cosmo*���������������������������  " Mixe-i  Rennie's XXX  Exhibition  -   Mixture Pansy  Rennie's XXX Prize Ruffled Gfant Single Petunia  ���������������������������Mixture  Rennie's XXX Large flowering Globe Stocks-  Mixture -. -  Rennie's XXX Mammoth  Verbena���������������������������Mixture       /  Giant Zinnia���������������������������Mixed  The Rennie Catalogue contains an extensive variety of veM*  tables and flowers, together with many helpful hints  on gardening If you have not already received a copy send ���������������������������������������������  your name at once. - ^  Make your Selections from thc ttennie Catalogue and have  your nearest dealer fill your needs. Should he be unable to  fill your order completely, write us direct. -  tme   nirXTKtiir001^^  WILLlAMKJLrl\l\I������������������y tlrtlTEt)  "���������������������������*       872 ~ GRANVILLfc ST.        VANCOUVER .. fc.C. f-  ALSO   AT   WINNIPEG   TORONTO   MONTK&Ali  "aci^cfflisaiM  Must Gut pit Unpaid  .otis/si^  Map 211a, Block 8��������������������������� ' ^  Roll No. 1G0, Lot 20Vreducecl from 900.00 ~to $800.00  Map 211a, Block 9���������������������������  Roll No. 104, Lot 4, reduced from 8350.00 to $300.00  Roll -No.   105,   Lot   5,       "          "       350.00 to 300.00  Roll   No.   108,   Lot   8,       "          "       350.00 to 300.00  Roll   No.   1C9,   Lot   9,       "          "      350.00 to 300.00  &  Tlie Paper Controller, of Canada  has given notice that a strict regulation is about to' be issued by the"  -   Pominion Government to the effect  thalr��������������������������� "-. \.  '  __- Publishers of. newspapers mast  cease" sending their newspapers, to. subscribers three  months in arrears unless .subscriptions. are definitely " renewed and all arrears fuHy  paid..  Tbp reason for tbis regulation of  the paper Controller is tbat it is tbe:  practice of some publishers to send  tbier, newspaper uatii ordered  stopped, and tbis practice fre������������������  quently means a failure to collect  "anything.for subscriptions in arr  rears, in wbicb case tbere is a virtual wast* of paper, ft is to prevent paper waste that the new regulation bas been decided on.   ~  The manufacture of paper consumes labor, wood, coal, chemicals  and transportation facilities, and  every ton of paper savecj means  =Vi ust^so-*mucb^more=Jaborr-raw-in a=^  terials, chemicals, fuel and transportation available for urgent" war  needs. For tbese reasons the Gov-  ernment insists tbat paper shall bc  saved, and proposes that only those  wh������������������ pay for their publications  shall receive them. y  This order will leave th������������������ newspaper publishers no choice in tbe  matter.    Wi must therefore insht  upon all subscriptions, to the Com-"  moneb being paid ap.  We are cleaning up our subscription   list  tbis  week   and   will   be  , forced  to send  final notice to a.I  subscriptions in arrears.  All subscriN ers must pay up.'  Those in arrears will have the  Commoner discontinued. We have  no option in the matter. The Post-  ofTice Department will i.efulse to  deliver newspapers where the subscription expiry date" is three  months in arrears. Pay up now  and make a discontinuance of your  paper unnecessary. Wc do not  wish to cut off a single subscription. We want all our. friends to C  remain with us. But the paper  shortage in Canada is becoming  alarming. -' -���������������������������'--->  We must recognize the regula-  1inns of tho rj������������������T-,er Controller if we  are to continue.  Look  up  your  expiry   date  and  govern yourself accordingly.  \  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaac I    THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919  OKANAGAN COMMONER  i\ o . o������������������=><><  !-<><=������������������0<  ro  10-  y  n  0  n  0  I  ���������������������������I  0  **.  0  i  s  0  0  h.  fill!  < o  :0-  4  .1  :l  ll  J,  I,  s  EVERYBODY,   FORWARD!  ? y  "V   . -  ������������������ -.  _������������������J...-  '*i-  -*     *���������������������������*���������������������������*���������������������������*'  i  li  h  *  \ -  -  The Kamloops  to Kelowna Railway will be  built this 3rcar!  Tenders are being called for the grading and it  is reported that the track will bc laid in a year.  The trunk wagon road from Revelstoke to the  Okanagan |s also to be built this year!  A specific appropriation has been made for lhis  purpose by the Provincial Governmcnl, and work  is to proceed as early .as weather conditions will  allow. " , - _  People arc flocking iu to thc Okanagan from all  sections-   ' -  The towns are filling up!  "Soon every vacant house will be occupied.  Morebuilding will be needed.  Morc buildings will go up.-  "    New hbmes will have to,be furnished.      [   7.  Old homes will require to be replenished.    -  Household furnishings, stoves, crockery, furniture, carpets, bedding, table linen, clothing, footwear, wearing-apparerolVall kinds will be in demand. "     ".-...    " ~~<        '7-: -  ;The war" years scut "short all expenditure' for  these things.     .'-",-"       . ���������������������������> ,-_ -: '������������������������������������������������������--  -People did without a4ot; of-things, which they  really needed. VV" " "-''"_ "-s ���������������������������' 'Ss'/..  '    ^ -" _ -\  -���������������������������-., Peace years "are davvning. /-   ^-. sir -' 7"���������������������������''.'-  ,V JPeace-rtime buying is beginning. \^' VV S '. ^  '". Peace-time plans are bejng laid^and developed^  They mean that everybody will be employed.  .,   There will be all* Uie men needed for farm \yorjc.  larger acreage^wilj be" planted and heavier crops  JiarvcstecJ.   ~    - ] V   :_' ��������������������������� 's7. 1 7/ ''-/'' y-   7a"'  All tliis means more money for this district.  There will be no iclJeinch. There shoujethe^ prosperous times for aJJ.^,        :-"  - , -   ,   ,    "   - -_  Jbe average individual. wouUV mucb prefer to  buy at tlie home-town,store. He" does not send to  the mail-order house jDccause he prefers to.- ,   "-  He does so because he, docs not know tbe local  store carries the article required orjic may kiio'w  hut^perlnips the quality of the article in stock is  wot upto his requirements.  *--   " ���������������������������*  It is Tip ..to the home-town-businessman to "fill  the bill" in his particular line. ~ /��������������������������� 7  t Every time a. customer Tails to get what lie or  she --wants.in thc-local store andjias.to send away  for it," it means, a Joss lo the district as well as  to-the store where thc inquiry; was'made." "   ~  It is up to-tlie businessmen in every line to" keep  =th&-pcoplc=postedt  Wcckly store news and printed talks to the buying public arc required.  A frank, open, compelling "ad" with thc goods  ancl service to back it>siip, is bound lo pull busi  ness and hold business against all comers.  [ Through, the columns of thc Commoner our  businessmen havc the opportunity to send a weekly message into eight hundred homes in thc Enderby-Armslrong district. It is a rare opportunity to hold the interest of a prosperous people.  Tlie opportunity is YOURS, Mr. Businessman.  Will you take_advantage of it?  Or will you let other firms and the mail ordfer  houses pull the busincssaway from you?  Good advertisers advertise because newspaper ,  advertising brings them profit.  Poor advertisers advertise because competitors  advertise.        te _ -       -  v Good advertisers do not worry^about the adver-   .  tising pf^a rival'firm.    They.get right down to  brass tacks in their own store.news and "drive  home the, point they,.want to make.  It is the good advertiser that,we want in the"  columns of the Commoner,- because a good adver- ^  User is a satisfied advertiser. "- " -_  e  Good ads always puU results. '  rWhen a merchant places a stock of merchandise oh-his shelves and- opensshis~dqors f orbiisi- -/  ness, JieMo^;s6':preparedytoTarid hoping to, .sell" /-  that stock ������������������bf hierchariclise at a-profitto anyone-_  prepared to'-hiiy add pay the inohey over.. /���������������������������'/'. /  ,. He does not restrict.his business to the people^,_  of .his particular household'^of faith, nor to1;the'V  peopje of "his-community. ^ He is prepared, to,'  sell   to   anybody-anywhere   proVicJeiJvhe: gets '7  his price. ^He ,aims- to select goodis of value .in Jj ������������������  the hop������������������ of giving satisfaction to his.cusjomcrs, ,  Hf ist foojurigr primarily, tb making~a profit for V  himself, hiit he'knows-if he is to win and_ retain ^  the confidence "ot his- customers,-, he iji ust give  value for tlie money. -���������������������������,-* .. -    /'.;     .\     ;  .   A newspaper is a pai-allcl"proposition. -���������������������������   ���������������������������-     .^.  When the publisher buys type ancl machinery? -  paper and. officcVfittings, ancl brains to.run a.  newspaper, he opens the columns of 'his publication to anyone from anywhere who has the .  money-to pay the.price of advertising space/ H_e.. *���������������������������  docs not restrict; his'business "to .those of his par-'-  ticular brand of; faith..   Advertising space is tbeVr  only merchandise1"the newspaper has to offer for,  sale. <-;      ^     -     ,__   -��������������������������� 7    -   ' -, _    ,    "'"  Tp hiake-the advertising pay thc advertiser isV  partly the publisher's- business.   -Jf it does not  pay it will not Jdc, satisfactory cither to thc ad-  verliscr-=or-=th c^n ewspa per;  li  0  0  *~r  0  8  1  1  ������������������  0  l  S  I  I  I  0  I  I  0  i  ^!j  -T. 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Hr   '' <    ", ,??. ,r ���������������������������*������������������ tr.--.-Sa' -- 's-^.r-f ^^\;S'-"'->/r������������������Ai'r*7.*--?>ftirJ  -c _^    "-'- - ^-'^aSis- :-u-s-'  -Az^r- *��������������������������� -lir  V3."V--^rv>H3r  nSK.^  1     J,*.  -,   " ' ���������������������������. * ' *  w-  '-VK ���������������������������  *-     %  I;.  --ii ���������������������������  V-      .rS'+s     '  -           "  ������������������        -**���������������������������:'���������������������������������������������        "  "*    *    k    I.V ������������������   .   ������������������  /���������������������������      *^J^  -   K  ^                        -                            -!  =>   ^  :j      -<.    A.      ������������������-���������������������������*���������������������������-  -.-.-uir/is���������������������������r  A  - ������������������������������������������������������< -V ''-'  V  "     2 .       '  ,1  ,-*-"_ i"1 V;*-:   'ii/S1!  sv   J  '   -   .  -   ^      r     -  ^L  1'       ,-V'-- "���������������������������>  ".   .      'a  ���������������������������"                     S.  1  ���������������������������J           *L            A-            \,J      >-������������������     1  '    -      -             .           "   '  -  J  * .:';. ���������������������������/  The Commoner can give satisfactory results.  Thc'opportunity is yours, Mr. Businessman.  ��������������������������� Wc can help you.  II pays others.    You should make il pay you.  ,S  J  IJ  1  s  ���������������������������0<  ������������������>���������������������������  <M  yo<  yo<  >o<  >o<  i -fs  T  H  i  .0.  ���������������������������J"  c  i  i  0  fl  s  s  i  8  0  1' >. ������������������ftanngan Commoner  V  THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919  in   which   is   merged   the   Armslrong  Enderbv Press.  Advertiser   ana  Published  every -Thursday  at  Armstrong,  B.C.,  at  $2  a  year, by Walker  &  Gaky.  II. JM. Walkek, Editor & Manager.  Advertising rates: Transient, iOc an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inch per month.  ������������������   THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919  MOCKERY OF  .ledili  GREAT IDEAL  \  ANOTHER VICTORY FAIR  In a special ;VilVrs on the question, of a"League  Of ;Nations,- Ve Mancho;ler Guardian last week  [printed articles frcm many prominent statesmen,  including Lord Ilaldane, former secretary of war;'  Viscount Bryce, former ambassador to the United  States; Albert Thomas, French Socialist leader,  and Premier Lloyd George. The Premier in his  message said:  "Nothing is more important than that "public,  opinion should form itself on this object. All I  our hopes of saving the world from a repetition \  of the unfathomable cataclysm of 1914 centre on  A booster for the Armslrong Fall Fair gives the [our, working out practical means by which the na-  iiiimonci' these siij?ffpslions \villi the ndvire flint   linnc nf fl-������������������������������������ s..n,.i,i ���������������������������.,,, *������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������/i,.���������������������������i.  ik��������������������������� ..co...       ,.'.-,  -Commoner these suggestions with the advice that  our farmers should paste them on lhe barn door;  "Spring is with us," he says. "Now is the time  to give.considerable'thought to vour seeding and  live stock projects.    A few acres well cultivated  and  planted  with   pure   Canadian-grown   seeds,  and a pig, lamb, calf or colt well started on life's  journey, will make a vsfcl dill'crcnce lo next fall's  Victory Fair. Try at least lo have one entry better  than the best at the coming Fair.    No individual  -has a cinch on thc coveted prize.   It'may bc yours  if you only hy.   Begin now. .And, oh my! whal  a  grand and glorious feclin'  to have -done your  besl,  even  if you  never win  a  prize.    A  large  3iumber   of   lhc   live-wire   directors   havc   given  three days of their valuable time free in altering  the slock barns a I thc Armstrong Fair Grounds.  These buildings arc now" model horse ancl cattle  barns.   There arc 100 planked stalls in the cattle  barn- alone."  UNITED FARMERS  No  than  year,  have j  organization  has   made  grca ler  progress  die United Farmers of B. C. in the past  At the present rate of growth, il soon w  i branch in every dislrict in lhc Province,  and will include in its membership every farmer  desirous of getting ahead.  It is an  organization   thai'should  receive  lhc  solid support of every agriculturist  tions of the world can conduct the affairs.of the  earth in friendly co-operation instead, of jealous  rivalry. The League of Nations represents the  greatest attempt that has ever been made to substitute reason ancl justice for force ancl intrigue  as. the governing principle of inteniatioal relations. Q  "The  principles  of a  League of Nations has  been accepted but (he league will prove fruitless  if it is lo be no more than a new piece of international organization.    What matters il thai the  units which make up this organization shall bc  inspired by a real determination to work in close  harmony together for lhc betterment and liberty  of mankind.    Nalions  must nol let  themselves  believe that in having drawn'up a paper constitution the peace of the world has been made sccurc.    If they allow themselves lo bc mislccl by  this policy lhcy will only be reawakened by a new  war.    Thcy havc to see lhat thc League of Nations is made an effective instrument for the solution   of 'every international  problem  by  their  own readiness lo make sacrifices in its behalf.  "Thc   United   Stales   and   Britain,   who   havc  isijilakcn such a leading and honorable part in pro-  ill moling {his scheme must give a practical demonstration of their belief in it.  "Disarmament is an essential condition of success. Wc can nol expect the nations ravaged  by war lo trust Iheir desolate lands* to thc protection   of   thc league  if  ils  advocates   hesitaje  We cordially extend you an invitation toyisitfusdur  ing the ollowin^ days. We shall: have on display our  selections of New Spring Creations as decided upon by the  leading Novelty Centres of the world.  SPECIAL DISPLAY DAYS  Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, April 4th, 5th, 7th and 8th  Special Window Exposition.   Music from 2 to 5 p.mv  New and leading styles shown Iiii Ladies'  Wear, Snits,   Wool  and  Silk  Dresses   Millinery  bpnng  and   Easter Models.V New  Tones   in  Sweaters and, Children's  Wear  also Dainty  Undermuslh,.    Dress Goods, Silks, Plain and Fancy Novelty Wash Fabrics,   Gloves.^Ribbons  and  latest  creations  in -Fancy Goods, Men's and Boys' Wear, Suits, Shirts, Ties, Hose, etc.  Cretonnes, Curtains, Muslins and British Draperies  Carpets,    Linoleum    and    China    Ware  MAY WE HAVE A VISIT FROM YOU?  What has  1) - - . s-, -    - ��������������������������� --w������������������������������������  tvVi.  been   accomplished  by   the  organization  in   the themselves lo show any confidence in ils guard  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  Mail  Order  Department  H. VERNON, B.C.      BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  Canadian Fo������������������d Control License No. 8-21018.  X X X X X X X X X X X X X X x\  st  sr  Prairie Provinces ancl in Ontario, may bc accom  plished in British Columbia.  Some complaint has been heard that lhc new  organization runs counter lo thc Farmers' Institutes; that Ihey are conflicting or overlapping organizations, ancl that the Institutes being already  established thcrc is no need for lhc United  Farmers. This may; be true, as some look at il.  But it is only a half-truth. Others view it in quite  another light. They scc,,and.havc seen -for years,  that thc Fai-mers' Inslitutes-of the Province-5arc  not gelling anywhere. -As, an organization,- .or as  a chain, of orgaizalions the.Institutes haveJ'ailcd  DEEP CREEEK NEWS  x x X rs  sr  sr  \r  sr  sr  sr  sr   sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  rs   .������������������ rs   rs   rs   rs   rs   rs   rs   rs   rs  ianship. To sel up a socicly of nations lo insure  fraternity among the people of thc earth while  al thc samp lime increasing the armies aud navies  lo insure effective fratricide is lo make mockery  of a great ideal."   . ���������������������������        , "j  RECONSTRUCT]ON PERIOD  Dii'ector H.-G. Daly. uf lhe Dominion Reconstruction Board, gives this "warning:. ' ' * -  The fight i's over���������������������������yes, but not the war'.: The  A very cnyojable entertainment was held in the schoolhousc last Friday night.  .sr ^  Mrs. Woodhousc and Mr. A.  E. Hayhurst leave for a visit to  Halcyon Hot Springs this week.  Provincial Surveyor Wood of  Salmon   Arm   and   Armstrong' a  was   in   town   this .week."_ Mr."  Wood reports.big improvement  in business and looks for a good  Canada has again adopted light-saving by pushing the clocks ahead onc hour. If there is such a  saving in this new time; and if business caiiTbe  so miich more effectively, handled, why not hold  to the time permanently? Why switch back and  forth like children playing cloll house?  B.C. Treherne-and E. C. Hcarlc,-. Dominion  entomologists, arc making a, perliminary trip to  establish a campaign against thc liiosquito pest  in the Fraser Valley. Thcy should visit Sicamous,  Mara and the Mabel Lake Valley in a few weeks.  war will be over when those who went in Can- season in his line ,  ��������������������������� .        . ���������������������������   - _���������������������������      -    . ,. -���������������������������  -  ���������������������������    ---,ada's name to/fight thc battles of:dcmocracy,arc - ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������-^   to get results.      he Institute policy seems, to have so re-established in lhc land of thcirbirth, or of.     ^    "* "    ' "  ou hvee   its usefulness.    It is a.relic of pioneer]a������������������Po<ltion, as to be able to enjoy thc fruits .of de-  paternalism, and, like all paternalistic things,-it  has lost ils aggressiveness. Our Institutes seem  to havc entered (he,adolescent period, and. so far  ns Iheir usefulness is concerned, Ihcy may as  well cease to exist, V ;" ; - ���������������������������-"������������������������������������������������������ - ���������������������������: - i *-'-���������������������������  ���������������������������* The new organization i.s nof a child of lhc  Government^ 11 is nol a spoon-fed organization.  Tlie fanner members, as wc understand it, arc  and wish, to be independent of the Governmcnl.  .Ihcy wisli^ to run Lhcir own show and lo encourage members lo win on.lhc merits of whal  Ihey grow and have lo sell. They seek Lo become  a strictly business organization and'lo make Lhcir  industry stand upoiHls own feel.  -In past years llie Farmers' Inslilules served a.s  besl they could in the infancy of agricultural development Bul in later ycars Farmers' Inslilules  have been more or less of a joke lo the real live  farmer. Aboul all lhcy seemed lo do was lo hold  the annual mccling, al tended by some half dozen;  -o r=j rcrozen^TrcWi fors." pIis!T A unn e ro us" rcsoTutionsT  ixnd go homo again. Inspilc- of every effort of  tho ollicers of lhc locals, they never could-command the interest of more lhan a fraction of the  "farmers.  .fudging by whal (he Uniled Farmers already  have done-, lhis organization will bring |jrt. .,n[|  progress to lhe induslry and be a real benefit lo  ils members ;>nd the agricullural industry in  general.  enjoy  mocracy, and when thc damage wrought to hu-  1"ani.-^.1.:)^U;i-c^var llas been, repairccf to the utmost of human capacity.      __ ' -  ���������������������������Tn order properly lo discharge lhis dcbl i'l is  necessary for every man, woman ancl chile*of lhe  age of reason, to understand the cause of lhc war,  Lo"appreciate lhc extent of human sacrifices involved, lo realize lhe benefits arising out of lhc  war, and fully- and constantly* lo recognize lhcir  obligations lo Iheir fellow men.  "Such an understanding cannot he imparled by  any onc governmcnl agency. 1,1 requires individual clforl jusl as winning lhc Avar required individual clforl. It "furthermore requires the effort of every medium or organization lhat deals  wilh the social and economic betterment of lhe  people. Therefore/ in our efforts to re-adjust  conditions to a better basis we want lhc assistance  of religious, social, fraternal, business, educational  and all olher classes of organizations JWo-wnni.  The Best Varieties of Grain  them to help a.s freely now as thcy did dur'nx  lhe  the cxlcnL ci" snbmiliing loj'  ,      .   ,  .      .      ..        n   . ���������������������������...   .  0      - 'wncal,  late ripening. Reel File,1  war���������������������������even  going to tl  direction when such is necessary. Such organizations are Lhe agencies to create a communis  atmosphere of contentment; and lhcy were neve'i  as much needed a.s they arc today."  For many years the Dominion   Experimental   Farms, and  Stations  have been   conducting  tests in the various provinces to  determine lhc best varieties of  cereal crops i'or Canada. Tn Circular No. 16 issued byr thc Department of Agriculture a I Ottawa, the merits of Hit leading  varieties arc discussed and such  information-given as will be a  guide lo farmers in selecting the  varielics lo sow this spring.'Alter a  general discussion  bf the  varieties the best kinds arc ar-,  ranged in approximately' lhc or-!  der  of  merit  for  thc  different  parts of Canada.   Wheal arc di-1  vided inlo six classes.    Following arc lhc leading varielics in  stTclfTcllissT-" Fa I l==wlTca IT^D'lnvV!  ! son's     Golden     Chaff;     spring'  To >e Slaughtered at or  Mow WdoNle Prices.  ~   ���������������������������  ,..        * ��������������������������� ���������������������������>  Bargains" in Sporting Goods, Fishing Tackle  Stationery. School Supplies, Fancy Good?, Pipes,  Books, Pictures, Frames, Music, Toys and Games,  ac, etc. , Thirly-Jivc-ccnl wriling pads. 70 cents!  75-ccnl boxes of "school paints, 50c; 30- per cent  .dscounl on all fishing tackle; 30 per ccnl discount-  on office supplies and books;'30, per ccnl discount  on all fancy goods, picture frames, dolls, lovsi  waggons, etc. "Salon" playing .cards, 50c per  pack. "  Buy all you need for 1919 at this Sale.  flie-HowHStationery Cor  Try to Be Worthy of Our Men  UNDOING SUMMER'S WORK  Years ago when  we had fewer road engineers  oil  (he. job and more men on the roads, lhis district had a resident road foreman whose duty it  was to watch (he roads in [he spring lime and so  far as possible prevent tJ,c road-bed'being. washed  7 out by Lhc spring thaws.    To-dav. will/road en-  ginecrs galore and costly office-staffs'wc have "no-  c body on the roads whose business it is f0 divert  the water flowing from Ihchills inlo lhc roadways  with the result thai at several points on lhe road  between  Enderby and Armstrong more damage  is-being done to lhe road bed lhan would result  from the whole season's traffic. Mere i.s where bi������������������  money could bo saved lhc Government by having  a man on the job. if for no other reason than lo  sec lhal lhe water flowing off the hills along lhe  way into ihe ipads is diverted before Lhe damage  is done.    Anolher big saving could  be made  hi  having (he road grader oul and pulling il over thc  roads now when the nils could be sr/easily filled  ancl the roadway so.'easily rounded off.  "ii has been said lhal our first duty is to assist  lhe relurned soldiers .in order lhat lhcy may be  absorbed again inlo civil life wilh a.s lillle delay  and difficulty a.s possible.    That is true, and Mud  is a practical question in thc solving of which all  Canadians can  lake their part; but the principal  thing is lhat we ourselves should learn from the  returned soldiers lhal qualify of citizenship and  tliat sense of duly which will enable us lo clo our  part nol'only in bringing about civil rc-cstablishmcnt,' but make this country worthy of thc men  who arc returning." ���������������������������/.... ������������������������������������������������������"..*'**  .Premier Oliver-stated 'thei-olher davVn the  Legislature that to (he best of his knowledge  and belief (here would not he an election in lhis  Province before Lhe nexl session of lhe House.  When PresiV-ni Wilson leftfor the Peace Con-  erence lhc firs I   lime,  he told  the rcnorlers  f)  early   ripening.   Marquis;   very  early,   Buby;   extremely   early.  Prelude, Durum. Kubanka. The  following early sorts arc recommended  for  northern  areas.  Tn  oafs lhe Banner is placed first;  six-rowed   Barley,   Manchurian;  two-row       barley.       Duckbill,  hooded    barley,    Success    and,  Champion;  hulless,_Guy Marie,,1  Emmcr and Spelt, Common Em-  mcr is named as lhc best sort  Arthur is placed at lhc head of  varieties for peas.   Navy, a pure  white  bean  *f medium  size is  'highly'recommended ancl Novelty is the name of the best flax  for seed while Longs tern is con-!  sidered Jjcst for fibre. Bye buck-'  wjifea't.-is the-best sort so far decided.     ~  VBK1YON, B. C.  ii^  Big  ---- reporters ,,.  conference was to hc open-and above-board will  no secrels. Today, aflcr lhree months of  ion secrecy, the. conference proceedings are  ���������������������������sealed up in the craniums of the Big Four No  "iniutes are kept and no stenographers arc  needed. Thus is Democracy making the world  safe and pulling an end to secret diplomacy  The scraper is doing much-  needed work on the wagon road  into Armstrong from the railways crossing. The road is now  in  aood  condition.  iing  Barric, lhc sleight-of-hand  artist failed to materialize at  Enderby -Saturday night or at  Armstrong Monday night, having fallen by the .wayside.  Farm Lighting ,  Auto Starting.  Lighting Jghjtion  Teleplio.nes   ,  Wiring  Accessories  4gcnts  Phone 288  Northern   Electric  Company, Vancouver.  - Estimates Free  pkanag-an Electric  Fernie Bros.  Vernon  July V  I.THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  sr     sr     sr    sr     sr     sr     sr     sr     sr     sr     sr     sr  st     st     st     st     st     st    st     st     st     3> Jt     Ji  Cabinets  'Record  Cabinets   for  TYour machine and records.  Don't use'a table when yon  can get a cabinet to suit your  V, style   of ma shine ancl  hold  I' your records.  ARMSTRONG NEWS      x  sr  st  X   X   X   X   X   X   X   X   X   X  Mr. C. Hardy returned on Friday from Kamloops.  sr  1  Miss   E.   Lynn   returned   on  Saturday from Calgary.  I - x  Mr. E. Kittelson returned last  'Thursday from Vancouver.  A. D. Renault & Co. report a  very satisfactory increase ii.  busincss this spring. Mr. Renault has won first place in gents  furnishings ancl is prepared to  meet all competition wilh quality goods and fair prices.  X  X  X  X  X  X   X   X  X  H. S, BEST  Armstrong  Mr. and Mrs. toopcr and family left on Monday for Chase.  -   ss -       A  Corpls. T. Warner ancl G. Little left for Vancouver Tuesday.  sr  The Armstrong Band intends  putting on a dance about May  lst.^.  ������������������#  Mrs. Bollins and her mother,  Mrs. Ditchficld, left Friday for  Banff. -    -        j  jThc dance given in lhe Avalon  Tlieatre    last    Thursday    night  proved a very happy affair.Man-  agcr    Morris    slates    that    thc  music rendered by the Enderby  Orchestra    was    excellent    and  more lhan satisfied thc dancers.  x  The Maple Leaf Club held "a  very successful dance on March  28 in the Avalon Theatre.   The  music was excellent; those who  [I ENDERBY NOTES        x  ������������������ ���������������������������*- hr  X X X X X X X X X X X X X X  Miss RulIrSmtih Jeft for Agassiz the week end.  Miss L. M. B'urnham left for  Fernie thc past week.  Mrs. M.. Colquette left on Saturday for Howardson, Sask.  sr  N. Pavlos was an Enderby visitor from Mara on Wednesday.  Miss Louise Paradis returned  to Victoria this week to resume  studies.  Mgr. Marley of the Okanagan  Store  Our new goods are arriving daily  Cliene  colois  A x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X  Special Showing  Friday and Saturday  April 4th and    5th  x  x  sr  rs  X  sr  rs  X  X  sr  ������������������  sr  rs  Ptes. A. H. Fisher and A. Tooley, returned from thc front on  Wednesday.  = . '      x "  Born���������������������������At  Armstrong,  March  27tli, to Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Abbott, a daughter.  X  could danced  with  enthusiasm Saw Mills made a business trip  and those who could not, started J to Kamloops this week,  immediately to learn.   The floor      --.���������������������������.������������������  was well managed by Mr. J. hidings.  A meeting of all those inter  s���������������������������of Children's and "Misses! *  .trimmed and nntrimmed ������������������  ;, ' mi linery .   -j?  ������������������r  rs  sr  rs  \Mrs. A. B/Bmyl  \? Milliner  Armslrong     .-..���������������������������     B. C.  f C XXXXXXXXXXXXXXK  I. O. F.  Court Armstrong  No. 3429  1st  ,__. and 3rd Monday eve in  V l'orcstcrs' Hall  fHoi������������������E, C. R. A.J.-Fifer. Fin. Sec.  Fresh taffy and hut crisp'at  lyyer's candy .shop. .*������������������     .  .   .  Mr. Jas. Shubert returned last  week from Vancouver where he  spent the winter:  Mrs.  J.  C.   Grinton  returned  from Ducks, where she,has been  visiting relatives.     . -  f x  Mr. and Mrs. Bobt. Dagg and  family havc vacated thc house  on Pa I torso ij avenue  Chief P. O. Strudwiclc came  in from Esquimalt last Monday  an a two-weeks leave.  - Mr.. Colin'Pritchard left on  Monday for- Chillimark, Alta.,  where hc expects to spend thc  summer. -    -/     ~     -.    , <  Summer awnings were" put  up by Sawyer's candy shop and  Best's stationery store the'past  week.     -.-'    ">**.,.'-   ~.-'      ��������������������������� '-  lirs..si     .    - -V-tk-*."-*,     -^V.;,L. Armstrong cariic in "on  h^ghnutsj every, Tuesday Tuesday-from, Tclkwa^to visit  ^Thursday���������������������������at;Joe's. ,    V   ^lig^cther/  ested in thc formation of a lacrosse, team for thc coming season'"will be held in thc Armstrong Drill Hall on Friday evening, April 4th. A accord, meeting is. expected as -Armstrong  will' this year be called on to defend thc Show Cup.      r��������������������������� ,  ,~ j      x      __  After ah "absence of ten years  Mr.   W.  E.   Biggs  returned   to  Armstrong-   this    week. '    Mr.  Biggs ran the blacksmith shop  here   somc   twelve   or   fifteen  years ago.    He sold out to thc  Hope Bros, and has since then  traveled extensively  to find  as  good or a better place than the  Okanagan.   He is satisfied to return  to Armstrong aiid settle.  His- old friends will be glad to  sec him back.  |iE METHODIST CHURCH  " Armstrong    '        S  thv.  J.^ Wesley   Miller,   Pastor.  1,i.i.v,\April (>. 1919���������������������������   ���������������������������    -l   '  l;������������������blic-.worship-H a.m. and 7.30  ��������������������������� "*      *-���������������������������  I1 mlay School 2.30 p.m.  lAjH!Lggl^JPc 3 p.m.  ZION CHURCH  A nn slrong  Rkv. \V. Stott, Minister ,  strong.  Mis.  W.  Jf��������������������������� Arm-  f;    ll G, 1919���������������������������  I., a.m.���������������������������Communion  Service  ���������������������������lo���������������������������Sabbath  School.  l9~i,l,Xs a,cGl'Cflor will speak.  |..s lAjcOrcgor will  ,-ilso  address  Lngs as follows: Glenemma on  :,V a',enioon; Larkin Monday  ���������������������������W..M. S. Tuesday. 2.3'j);  Sen-  fljssmn  Band  Tuesday, <<t p.m.  lie Ladies' Aid of the Mcth-  V church will hold an Easier  [of work and homc cooking  [jUurday afternoon, April 19,  -X   -   '  Mr. and Mrs. H. Boudrcau of  Osage,, Sask., is in  Armstrong  visiting the Ja tier's parents/Mr.  -aid Mrs. G..-JJ. Gamble.  ,:.'>-*     * - '  ���������������������������  Mr. and Mrs. Parkhurst anticipate  moving  cn  Tuesday  of  next week to spend the summer  months in lhc United States.  Pics." T. Y. Andrews and-C.  Empey returned from "overseas  on Monday, both)looking well  and"happy lo be home again.  Mr. W. Kcw'cf Salmon Arm  was in  town'last week-helping  B. J. Fletcher wilh somc rush  "work a I lhc Okanagan Garage,  X  .That daintily decorated   window of Stokes the Jeweler bi ings  X X X X XX XXX ������������������.J? X XX X  x       iW--vt- ��������������������������� ������������������  x       GRINDROD NOTES       x  X      : :, _ -     '    . k  XXXXXxxxxxxxxxx  ". js'"���������������������������'-     ��������������������������� -   s  -''���������������������������  S     '   -.:.--  .^liss Helen Monk-was a .visiter to Deep Creek for the weekend. ' --   *    ���������������������������=*��������������������������� * "      "        " ;  ^Miss Ruth Baxter is visiting  her brother at Golden, leaving  Enderby last Thursday.  x  Mrs. Farthington has rented  the Shute farm near Enderby  and is moving on this week.  x  Miss Thomas returned to Sicamous on Saturday after spending a few weeks with Mrs.Mack.  c X  H. R. Black well;' manager of  thc Vcimoli Lumber Company,  yisitcd the Okanagan Saw Mills  this week.  sr  rs  One of our old -timers, Mr. H.  Hardy, spent "a few c-ays last  week at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Folkard.  x'    '.  Mr. Bobange of the Okanagan  Sajv.Mill staff visited the coast1  on "business this week.   He will  return with Mrs. JRobarge and  family. '"*���������������������������     -  o Latest   style    in    Crepe     de  blouses, good  assortment  oi  at 6.50 each.  Brown and   green shirting   for .hard  wear,   shirts or overalls at 60c a yd.  . Unbleached sheeting, 2 yds.   wide at  60c a yd., in lots of 10 yds. or more  .   N at 58c.  A full range of white canvas shoes at  lowest prices.  Also brown kid boots  at $0.23   and  pumps at ������������������3.50 pair.  Garden and outing hats   at 30c, 75c,  $1.00 and 1,25  In Munro's Stand  Ai mstrong  ITIST  AnnDunsing that I am in Armstrong- and have opened offices  in the Bank of, Hirn'i ton Block.       "      .   "  Licensed in United States and B. C.     Everything" in up to*  date dentistry.    Prices reasonable.    Satisfaction guaranteed  Make appointments early:      ^Offbe hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5.  r   Dr. Sumner  Mr. ancl Mrs. A. D. Stroulger  left Monday for Trail where  sonJLccriard is seriously ill with  pneumonia ^following? an "attack  of the*"flu.M-       ~   -" vv"Jr  ���������������������������-v ��������������������������� ������������������"������������������������������������������������������-- "-p x  : 7'--   ���������������������������>      V-  \  ���������������������������: tyfxt 'ti&nfe and A- R. -Stock-  dale wilh their-familiesare mov-.  ing to Saskatcliewan this;week,  after disposing of their-Tarms  WS  ��������������������������� * .���������������������������*", rr*Tin^ncl  mm  mwh  ruu snn||d I  *r^UU^%l_\J_M\  i'-V  -t- >  Miss Irene, Stoodley. of.'Arm- on the Canyon roatl.  rnil.rtt VlSlfpr?   fpinnds   of   /*!*.:.-.���������������������������! a.        ~.        8  <%'���������������������������  SaSS^v  S 'S-"'^ 5  .iSsS--*  ~-i'. I.vB '  ��������������������������� -1>  "c Bed Cross tea-room 60 1    ^lany Wor^s ^appreciation from  If. liLli/IUtl ttU  Armstrong, B. G.  Graceful Shaping  ><o\j  I  I  I  **r  8  .     ������������������e\v    long   lines     K  makes Llie styles in  strong! visited friends at Grindrod for a. few,,days.       'v  ��������������������������� ' '   V   x- -    ��������������������������� '   v  The -njanagci: of the Great  West Lumber Company was.in  Grindrod last week on business.  1' -   ' -    x  i Thcjiauling of logs and fence  posts  has been  stopped  for a  few days on account of tlie bad  roads in the district:  v >>/���������������������������    '   ���������������������������-   -      x  Friends of Leonard Stroulger  will be sorry to learn thai hc is  seriously, ill. with pneumonia at  Trail.   '���������������������������/'-���������������������������  Anoihcr,bl" those very.enjoyable Saturday evening dances  was held .al Grindrod last week.  A large number of people were  present and all had a good lime.  -  x  An  Achieved   bv  Shoes for Men  ������������������ ->  more tlyui' usually attraciive.  The c]ti������������������JiLy of the leather and,  the cow fort Able fit arc given  jnut lis careful attention bere. c  Come in ������������������nd try um your size  in the newest models. '  I  errori appeared in last  week's column staling- that Mr.  McSberry had taken Lhe engine  of A. Tomkinson's milf. The  engine is still there and Mr. Mc-  Shcrry is successful!v running  il.  sr  Friends cl G.S. Handcock will  be pleased lo hear lhat hc ancl  his family arrived-in Grindrod  on Monday. Mr. Handcock is  looking hale and hearty in spite  of the Irying experiences lie has  gone  through.  Hi  A 19J9'license number 14634  was picked aip .on the wagon  road by the Skyrme home this  week and is held by Mr. Skyrme  for the owner.     ' "-.  "J     Xa  o M. Pemberton, who has been  confined to the Endeiby Hospital - the   past   two   months   or  morc  frcm 'a  badly  fractured  leg, lel'l for Jiis farm this week.  X  Many  families  moved  in   lo  Enderby within  the *pasl week  or two'. Seven ranges havc been  installed by A; Fullqn alone in  a  month, four being  sold  last  week. I  !v3^?1d,feW'  >T3!rn^TF:0'3Tl  ^^  .Mr. F. Hassard attended the  slock sale at Kamloops " last  -week���������������������������and=reporls=-thc^an'air=i=a=  great success. Many of lhe boiler bulls were sold lo Kelowna  breeders. -  sr  Isn't il lime the street leading  from lhc railway crossing lo the  graveled road be leveled up?  The grader or drag could bring  cosl ifi  t.oo|t for ft*; fte?������������������nfe* SeecJ pUplay  J5,000 ae>|ers ^rowgbout Cnrn^vQ re^ay  ; jQf8Wpply yqq wi(fi ^ese teste^ seeds.v ������������������s  \% s time to thmkjthoiii planting.ybur back-  yWQ gardeq.   M-^Q your selections now.  Sow RENNIE'S Seeds  Tb������������������ wide variety of the Jennie line assures yo^  of Winning just vrhat yoii want in either flower*  or vegetables.   - -  AURennie's Seeds ������������������reteited tor germination and  their quabty proven. SboqfJ your dealer bo m-  able to supply n\\ foe seeds you require, write  ws direct.  ***"*���������������������������--"  V  I       -Sead-for^y-orRe^ni^s"^  |       ^ i-iaaet junior Garden Tools, Spiayers, Fertilizers, etc.       -  872    GRANVILLE ST.        VANCOUVER    DC.  ALSO   AT   WINNIPEG   TORONTO   MOMTUEAl.  >    -1  big results al very Iiilio  ^fh  E>5  a lew  a's Black Calf white Nool^n soles, in all size   .... $6.SO  n's Black Calf Bluchers, leather lined,-black Neolin .  soles  |7S' Brown Calf Ba!.f white Neolin soles  's' Black Calf Bal , Neoliu soles  ' MEN'S HEAVY BOOTS  [' BhichVr, all sizes \   l-ome Blucher, all sizes  /.       _  t-'Military,- all sizes   .../���������������������������.:..'./.;'-..... '���������������������������-;'  5*.-  ^7.SO  $6.50  $5 90  $6.00  $SSO  >o<  I  1  I  c  li  ���������������������������o.  ll  A fcry enjoyable evening was  spent at the home of Mr. and  Mrs.  E.  R  Bobb,  formerly of  Endcrhy,   last   Thursday   when  they gave a idancc to the helpers  and  friends, who  on   lhat  day  helped -shingle the roof of the  new addition he has built on his  home.v " -  . _ X ,  Mauy people enjoyed, the  whist drive held atN thc home  of Mrs. W. Monk oii Wednesday  to celebrate hcr eldest daughter's twenty-first birthday. Miss  I. Stoodley won lhc ladies' prize  with-.50?points. Mr. Bert Char-  lish won the gentlemen's prize  with 39 points.   Mr. Arthur An-  sen l������������������ncl,JVrrs.-W. A^ Grandel-  a->.    ^j,'.-'-'."-.������������������-,'.-  the work is done wilhin  days.  sr  Several carloads cf brick havc  been shipped from ihe Enderby  Brickyard wilhin thc pasl week  or Iwo. Mr. flibbs stales lhal  he is receiving orders from  .iome of lhc,leading builders in  lhc Province with the prospects  bright for large follow-up orders. % k, -  X *  ��������������������������� Saturday afternoon, the Enderby Red Cross ladies closed  lip all busienss in connccfion  with the tea/rooms/ All thc  tables, chairs, etc., which were  the property of the lea room  committee Avere turned over lo  Mr. Stephens, a returned soldier  who is opening the Enderby  Bakery and refreshment parlor.'  Auto Tin  .01  tfY  ni  .:ivu on  Hong Jan has purchased Uic  Cliff street .restaurant from  Wing and is  prepared   to give  ������������������><  >o<:  ><)���������������������������<  ^.c=  >o<  piizes with 1/ anrl 19 ,-,^,,^1^ ������������������     ,    ,, ill  >o<==   i prizes with 17 and 12 points.      j "cats."  "    f Just clip an old tiro over the  ornj. jou  your whe-ftl. ,  Thorougldy   tried   ont find" prove*d.    S'.'iit   tho  season   rights     No    puiictun s.      YolV can run tho  . whole season on your old  tinjs.      oole   Armstrong  Agent.  R. J. Ftetcfw, Mm\n Garage  v Who has them   all fitted ready to domonstralf;  '  Price:    $10.00 full set (4 wheels).'  $5.50 half sct\2 wheels)  vKEEP YOUK OLD   TII1E������������������ OKANAGAIS   COMMONER  THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919  Record Price for Hogs  WA1ER ACT 1914  Riparian Rights  Notice is hereby given that under  tbe provisions of Section G of the  Water Act 1914, every ri parkin proprietor claiming any right to divert  -water, or to the exclusive use of  ���������������������������water for anv purpose by virtue  onlv of his being such riparian proprietor is required on or before the  1st dav of June, 1920, to file a statement of claim setting forth the particulars of his claim. Such statements of claim shall be filed in duplicate with-the Water Recorder of  the Water District in which the  water is diverted or used. .-on--  After tbe first day of June, 1920,  no right to divert water or to the  exclusive use of water lot  What is beyond doubt the record price for  hogs shipped /rom this district waSQobtained this  week by J. T. Mutric, who sent cut a car to P.  Burns & Co., Vancouver, containing 80 pigs for  which he received $19.35 per 100 pounds Wo. b.  Vernon. The porkers averaged 231 pounds in  weight and brought the owner an average price  of a little over $44 each:���������������������������Vernon News.  Automatic Change of Faith  The group of delegates to the Pan-Presbyterian  Conference -were out seeing the town, and without  noticing the danger sign went out on a footbridge  across a stream. Soon their pleasure in the view  was interrupted by "a burly keeper who ordered  them ashore.  "Why, that is all right," said one of the mini-  ioic"S511 exisL by AW? >-r. "wc are Pan-Presbyterian^  :inv ownership of land.  Forms of statement of claim can  be obtained from the Water Recorders of the several Waler Districts  in the Province or from the Comp-  JBuildings,  Victoria,   R.C.  Dated at Victoria. B.C., this 11th  day of March, 1019.      . ,pr.Tr.  T. D. ''A I JLLLO,  3-27-G-30 Minister of Lands.  If you haven't tried'Joe's baking you've missed a good thing.  I don't care," said the man, "if you are Pan-  Prcsbytcrians or Pot-Presbyterians, you'll be  Baptists in five minutes if you don't get off thai  bridge."  No More Jawbone  The Right Supplies  make even bad weather seem better  if you must t;ike your car out in a  stqrai.  We carry the best lubricant -oils  greases and gasoline.  We also   do  expert repair work  l^roaiptly at  Our  Garage  Okanagan Garage  ArmslrcngV B.C.  She: "Yes, Reginald, I confess you havc  awakened in my heart tender Ihrobbings of a first  and only love."  Hc:   "Dovcy!  Darling!     Onlicsl  only!"  Her YoungBrothcr, (peeping from behind thc  curtain): "Hello! Caught yer! Look here, if you  don't give me a tanner I'll split."  Shc: "Tommy, you little wretch,.go away, and  if you hold your tongue I'll give you sixpence���������������������������tomorrow."  Tommy: "No fear, no more tick! You promised mc a bob if I didn't Icll Ma aboul Sammy  Spooler kissing you, ancl you've never brassed up  vet!"  Great War Veterans  Phone T7  Agents for McLaughlin and Chevro-  o let Cari   ";  Our  Want Ads  are  Winners  "The returned soldier is not a vanglorioiis crciV  lure, posing as a hero for thc camera man; he  docs not want every job he sees, nor docs hc want  to run the country; all he wants is a square deal.  To obtain this and to.help c-ach olher the men  havc had to organize. At present the Great War  Veterans' Association has forty branches in this  province, and throughout thc Dominion they are  linked from coast to coast." '     ������������������  This declaration was made by Comrade-Walter  Drinnan, provincial organizing secretary of the  Great War Veterans' Association, who is in the  district to organize1 a branch of the association  here. , ...  Two Kinds of Censorship  There may bc a few remnants of the censorship  remaining at.Ottawa, but for thc most part thc  censorship rule has been removed.  Canadian papers may imagine that lhcy arc  free from censorship regulations when Ottawa  relaxes."  Would Unit thcy were.  There is a censorship in many cases morc dangerous lhan any lhal could come from Ottawa,  and lhat is Lhc censorship of thc business office  over thc editorial department.  In other words, the necessity "of making a living  and making a paper pay is becoming greater than  the upholding of clear, slrong principles, and  speaking fearlessly on any matter, regardless of  who or whal may bc injured.  Of course, any paper-will plead "Not guilty" lo  any such charge.    But" don'l bc loo sure.    JDon'l  iJoal^yx)ui:.selfJ^into^lhink-i^ig^lhat=-your-=-cdiloriaI-  columns arc as fearless as you would havc the  public regard Ihem.  The pressure lhat i.s being exerted loday on lhc  press i.s enormous. Il comsc al a lime when papers need money.  Be I Icr a thousand times over go down and  have thc bailiff nail his sign across your ollice  iloor lhan allow your editorial department lo  come under lhe domination of dollars and cents.  ���������������������������Printer and Publisher.  News  Publicity  Californians heat the' world for advertising:  They have a way ,of doing the thing that other  people do not attempt. One of the tried and successful means of publicity is in the news items  they send out. For instance, citizens from this  town������������������br that visit the Chamber of Commerce in  Los Angeles. They register their names and  where they come from. That night a news item  similar to the following is sent to the local homc  paper by the Chamber of Commerce publicity  staff:  "J. S; Wilson and C. D. LeDuc, of Armstrong,  were visitors on March 5th to the big exhibit of  California products maintained free to the public  in the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. They  also attended the lectures and moving pictures  that are a part of the daily program. The exhibit is the largest of any in the country maintained by a local organization. Before returning home thcy expect to visit several of thc many  piaccs of interest in-the Southland."  HE WOULDN'T ADVERTISE  He started in to run a store like othcr folks  havc done, he reckoned hc could go ahead and  make the business hum. Hc got a corner site, he  did, he daubed it up with pfiint to make thc place  hc picked upon look somewhat like it ain't.  Ancl then hc went and bought his stock, 'twas  new and likewise crisp, hc reckoned lhat this  outfit would keep them coming brisk.  Hc stuck a sign upon his door, another on thc  wall, they were artistic things, by heck, like yellow leaves in fall.  . Hc got a rig lo peddle with, hc had lhat painted  lob, all fussed ancl frilled aboul his name in colors  red and blue.  Hc figured folks would sec his name at cither  aft or fore and trade would'come a,-crowdin' unto  his grocery slorc. ���������������������������      ������������������    .  Tbe paper man dropped in one day, he ran a  goodly sheet, hc told the grocer "man that hc  could put him on his feet���������������������������but this here gent he  chucked him out, in busienss he was wise, lie  wasn!t tossing up his coin, hc wouldn't advertise.  If other folks was usin' space that was their  fj>  ��������������������������� * * **-  own affair, he'd build his trade upon his goods,  and prices that were square. ,���������������������������**���������������������������-  But somehow folks they didn't fall for all his  painted signs, nor yet for all his painted rigs, and  stuff up with thc times. They.'llowcd as how  his store was nice, his goods were all right too,  but thcy didn't know just when he had some  fodder that was new. 'He didn't use the paper  .that thcy took into their homes, and so some  other grocer was millin'ih the bones.  Hc reckoned that the trade,would conic bv  waitin' round a spell, but while he ^waited half  his goods got old enough to smell. But still lie  didn't use no space to tell the foljcs iii town how  hc could tend unto their wants and. trim the  prices down.  1 ������������������ -������������������������������������������������������'  Well, things thcy.went along like this, thcy  went from bad to worse, and 'Jpoul the only thing  lo clo was holler for lhc hearse. Until onc day hc  cpiil the store.1 the trade was far to.o lame, and  thc chap that has lhc business now���������������������������the bailiff is  his name.���������������������������Ark.  If-3'ou are thinking- of purchasing  watches,'Jewellery, Diamonds, Cut-  Glass, Silverware, Clocks,, etc. Look  up any catalogue 3*011 may have,  pick out what you want, But  instead of sending order out of the  Okanagan, send order to us. All  you do is give name of catalogue  Page and number. We do the rest  at  same   prices and terms.  O.J. WHITEN  Okanagan's Jeweller, Vernon, B.C.  FIRST SERIES  (1919)  COSTOURING  ��������������������������� 1919 ���������������������������  JAN.$4.00  FEB.$ 4..0I  MAR. $4.02  APR. $4.03  MAY $4.04  JUNE$4.<  JULY $4^  AUG.  ^_%-*LA_W9_r<  ������������������������������������5  _tmJmrr������������������������������������������������������:������������������������������������F?J&x0ir$  3S-__-_^_^s7--L  WHEN ArriXEIl TO AWAR  SAVINC5 CERTIFICATE AMD  SUBJECT Yd THE CDNniriQNS  =n PniNTEDTHFREDN d  M,  Buy  W-55  Where  You  Seelhis  m  Read  ���������������������������&?_<<  "There arc no  marriages  m  paradise���������������������������thank  heaven!"  the Figures  Notice How the cost���������������������������and the  cash value���������������������������o! the stamp advances each month until, on the  1st day o! January, 1924; the  Dominion of Canada is pledged  to pay $5.00 for each W-S.S.  "StZEOIV  W$r  Try "Commoner?  V-v- ^V^.WahV  sv  A name that stands for the best.in hotel service.   <i  J PAY CASH for POULTRY  and EGGS  Shipments solicited whether  large or' small. Remittance  made on clay of receipt of goods  at prevailing market prices.  A friend of ours calls his wife Crystal because  slic i.s always on thc watch.  A. E, SAGE       Armstrong, B.C.  Thcrc is an estimated decrease of 28,000,000- head of  cattle in the principal countries  of Europe. Ycars must elapse  before European beef ancl dairy  production is back lo normal.  Celebrmim  MAY 24-  AT  ENDERBY  OPEN  OR  HEADLESS  30.00lo24.00  22.00to 18.00  22.00tol8.00  16.00to 14.00  16.00(ol4.Q|  12.00to 1Q.09  12.90to 10.61  9.00(o 7.04  12.������������������0(o 6.19  9.00(o 5.09  3.9919 2.99  2.09(1 li9  THESE  EXTREMELY  HIGH PRICES  QUOTED FOR  IMMEDIATE  SHIPMENT  For more than thirty-five years "SHUBERT" has been giving Fur Shipper* an honest and liberal ���������������������������Morta*������������������*������������������t-9������������������ria������������������ tbe bifbeit Nwrlcet  Pnc~-:*������������������ .n������������������m������������������ returat out promptly���������������������������rendering "better -ferric*"���������������������������"qvidcer." No license is required t* *biP Canadian Haw Furs from  any part oi Canada to 'SHUBERT." Shipments valuedat more than $100 must be marked "GENEft AI* IMPORT UCENSE P1F 30."  "SHUBSflT" Wants British Columbia Furs-All Xftn Can SWp  A "SHUBERT TAG ENVELOPE" on your shipment means "more money"  for yourf urs-"quickcr"���������������������������"tho bait and promptest SERVICE in tho worid." - '     -l*  GET A SHIPMENT OFF TODAY .  " There Is No Doty on Haw Purs Coming Into Chicago from Any Part ot Canada"  VJV  "ZvBE  SH UB'E R. T rrvc  thl j.ARGEt>r house /v the world  deal/ng  eksl^s y     ,-> -  KME R1CAN    RAW    tf^U ������������������������������������S  l.r>    Tl W A.istia   Ave     m_irxtf������������������_B_n,_m    Chicu,(i        U5.A. mUUSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919
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Iholesale and Retail Butcher
Friends of tlie late Corporal McLeod in Enderby,-where'-he resided for two years with his"brother, D. A. McLcod, will recall his pleasing personality, combined with a natural diffidence, so
that when thc tidings came that he had won thc
Military Medal, and hc was written to for particulars, none were forthcoming. "I don't know,
I'm sure," was the answer. But when a year
later, in the fall of 1918, he made the supreme
sacrifice, his sorrowing relatives recollected that
thcy1 still had no particulars as to how this gallant soldier,had won the distinction, and his mother, a widow living at Foote's Bay, Ontario,
wrote to Canadian Headquarters, and latety rcT
ceived the following letter in response to hcr appeal:
"From the Adjutant-General,  Canadian Militia,
to Mrs. H. A. McLeod, Foote's Bay, Ontario, .
"No. 905008, Cpl. McLcod, Roy, MLM.,
"19lh Canadian Infantry Battalion, C. E. F.
"With further reference to your letter of October 28th, and my reply thereto, I beg to inform
you lhat the ollicial account of thc .deed for
which the Military Medal was awarded marginally noted non-commissioned officer was as follows:
" 'For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to
duty during the operations from the night 28-29th
October to October 31-November 1st, in which
the battalion carried out' an attack on the Gcrman line in the Vicinity of. Passcheiidaele Ridge.
Tliis man, after all the crew of his guri had become casualties, advanced alone with his gun and
kept it in action thus enabling the advanced posts
to be established. His cool and efficient handling of his gun were of inestimable value io his
platoon.'     -.��������� , ^ . "\"     ~ ; .
"P. C.~Cresswell, for Director of Records, for
acting Adjutant-General."
W. C. T.U. Resolutions
At the recent W. C. T. U. .convention held" at
Vernon, the ..following resolutions were passed:
A resolution commending the Government i'or
their action in passing measures in the interest of
women and children, including the minimum
wage bill, the establishment of juvenile courts,
institutions for the feeble-minded, the reorganiza-
'lion of thc boys' industrial homc, etc.
A resolution demanding the strict enforcement
of the Prohibition Act.
The inclusion in the Initiative and Referendum
Bill of a clause giving thc women the right to the
franchise in that direction.
A resolution calling attention to the need for
the passing of a Mother's Pension Bill.
A demand for equal rights for women in municipal elections, including hcr right to qualitfy on
property registered in hcr husband's name.
A resolution asking the Government to provide
nurses for rural districts, lhc preamble calling attention to thc fact that infant mortality was twice
as high in thc counlry as it was in thc cities.
'^A resolution asking for thc establishment of a
Bureau of Health in British Columbia such as they
havc in Washington.
Strongly Favor Co-Operation
Tenders have' been called for .by Mr.. T. H.
White, chief engineer of the Canadian. National
Railway for British Columbia, for the'grading of
145 miles for railway .lines!Jroni Kamloops to
Vernon ^and Vernon jto Kelowna and also ..from
Vernon to Lumby and,from.Vernon to Okanagan'
Lake.- Tenders are. to be,in by April 15,: and it
is expected that the grading and; steel .will be, laid
within a year's time! Tlie total cost of the undertaking will likely total $5,0Q0,000. /Infall the work
returned soldiersJaire������to,be given .tiie. preference.
, ;The new lines, wilhnot',qnly-:give these-districts
connection with Uie "transcontinental line, of-the
Canadian National, But^yill tapjj a very^fich inin-
jh&anij fruit, district, jjjie C>g.B. already rnni
froni Kamloops to Verhoin but the new line will
take a shorter-route and will serve other territory
in this district.. ._ -       . '���������r ���������-"-'���������-
fjli^lihe. from; Vernon to Okanagan L&ke will
be simply V spur line-and Is for the/purpose of
proyicling freight facilities' by wtiy of the,.Jake..
Tlie branch from Vernon to Lumby will be.ahont
fifteen miles in length and will .serve a very rich
fruif growing district, v      :
TheJ neAy, construction is one that has _J������een
urgently requested hy the people of the Okanagan
ctistrict for some.time anq the.newsth^t work is
to he started immediately besides giving satisfaction to the section of the country tapped/will he
welcome news for those interested in the repatriation of returned soldiers. -* * _.- ���������_, , v".
Jfarse breeders Hfeet
berfavHorsev^^reederi'TAssociation, which was
held, in Calgary last week, an address was given
by Hon. Puncan Marshall, in which he explained
iu detail the proportion whicli he had brought
before the legislature last week concerning the including of $35,000 in the estimated of his department for the purpose of purchasing a couple of
high grade stallions to he brought to this province by thc government and bred-to'really high
grade mares, in Alberta, he said, there were
many marcs too good to be bfed by the stallions
available and this lie thought was the most feasible idea of improving thc stock. Throughout
North America indications pointed to a good market for pure bred geldings of weight, substance
and quantity. Enrolled in Alberta at present arc
1,100 grade stallions, and it would not be possible
to eliminate these until the supply of pure bred
stallions was sufficient. Since out of thc 2,200
pure bred stallions enrolled in Alberta, 1,106
were Clydesdales and 905 Pcrcherpns, it wa:
these two breeds that would bc first considered
The entire $35,000, he said, would bc spent if
necessary in the purchase of a Clydesdale and.a
Percheron stallion and for ..that amount thcjr expected to be able to get the best stallions in these
breeds that had ever-crossed the Atlantic.���������Alber-
It is proposed to discontinue the three-cent letter rate in the United States on July 1st, wlicn the
two-cent rate on letters and one-cent on postcards
will bc resumed.   Will Canada db likewise?
Thc Empress of Asia veterans are'not thc only
soldiers who believe in the community settlement plan/ , The 72nd Battalion which' was in
billets in Belgium early this month has been discussing the future and land settlement seems to
bc the ambition of many of the kilties.
Pte. W. J. Fraser .was delegated to voice the
views, of the men arid asks the Vancouver Province to publish them in order tliat the public may
learn "the wishes of the soldiers in the .72nd. He
says:        ,--,__        _ _ , ���������   '���������'
- "During the past two months, while.resting in
billets in Belgium, we of the 72nd Battalion who
are desirous ,of taking up British Columbia farming land on, returning to civilian life have discussed'various ways and means bearing on this
subject. ^
.   "Some five weeks ago we formed an asociation
of all .members who were desirous of returning to
the land.   At first we proposed forming one large
community known as the Seaforth Community,
but as'we gathered our required data/preparatory
to forwarding it tq..the British" Columbia Government,' we found w had three -seperate" classes:
First,,those wishing-to take up_caftle raising arid
grain-growing,in such localities ^as' Peace River;
secorid,;,those wishing tq talce up;mixed farming
and "dairy; ;third, ttlVose"\>ishing Jto)take .up bee-
keeeping, poultry "and,fruity "7,.%/ V~ /7-sS]-^ /-
-:^fOfitheJorieliundred andJfifty members;of the
battalion Jntei^llcdJin;.durVMheme^ the, greater,
jiercentage'^re for mixeel andrclairy farming.; We
have wri tteii the ,7th ^attalibn" and., also the r29th
arid explained to them -what, we*intend to do; -if
theyTfall iri line, we should have at least 400 mem-
hers; ,',v< .   "-"-      v vr
.'IWeVare. desirous of' ohtaining vswitapje" land
from, the British Columbia Government ty localities wifhin easy reach of transportation facilities.
A number; of communities will be organized under a co-opera live systeiwh each, separate community acting as. a local organization to thepen-
trajassociation. -""-  rv   ^     -v.   . v
.'^We can only ohtain onr ends, through the un--
tiring efforts of our Provincial Qovermrient. We
wish tlie people of the province to hecome. acquainted with >vhat we are aiming to do arid we
need their, aid to arouse the government to ac-
hon. .k  - ,    ..:���������-.'---'
"As,JF>W. Robertson .said, 'we lack Jhe required
information sujhcient to give the intending settler a f^ir and just report'aMo tlie lands available
at\the- governmerit's disposal.*  _ . "
merely a stock letter Jn reference to riand Pook
No.a 2, published by the pominion Government-
We are at least average intelligent individuals,
with a wider knowledge of the world at large
than we had at the time wc entrained from Prit-
ish Columbia in the days gone by. We have
learned from time to time what the government
has had under consideration in regard to us after
our return, we arc doing our part to solve the
initial problems of settling on land in 3ritish
Columbia and we meet in a body to consider
these questions with the result that every member is on bis guard and will look for Uic best thc
province-can give bim, for we can not speak for
thc government. Wc do not know what lands
they have under consideration. Jf we had this
information we could proceed wilh our wofk.
"Our membership being widely spread over thc
poyincc, wc could glean some valuable information at to'the agricultural possibilities of these
lands and belter place our members.
"We want this data -when we are together, so
that we can havc a wider scope of information.
We must have somc solid foundation in order to
���������nstil the germ of co-operation and keep thc boys
Interested. . <*%
"Being onc of thc original organizers and a
native son of British Columbia I am-very much
interested and can see a bright future for such a
system of settlement."
    'r"" **r 1 ^'F^Wf-
It is always the women with thc worst figures
who arc supposed to have the best intentions.
Thrift is of vital importance, but alone it is not
sufficient at the present staae in Canada's de-
vclopment.. The money saved must bc used for
the production of new wealth in order that the
growth of the country may be unhampered The
Bank of Hamilton assists jxnd encourages increased production.
H. L. Paynter.
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Dry Blocks           $2.5 0 per load
Planing Mill Wood 2.50
OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. OKANAGAN   COMMONER  CLASSIFIED ADVTS.  2c a   wiird   fiist insertion: lc a word  thcreairer.    "J5c minimum  WANTED  ���������������������������  Applications ad  dressed to the Clerk will he received up to 1- o'clock noon Saturday, April 12th, 1919, for the  position of clerk and treasurer  for the municipality of Spallumcheen. State qualifications, etc.  Duties to commence May 1, 1919.  L.E   Farr. Clerk, Armslrong. B.C.  (i()-2t  FOR RENT���������������������������Five-room house* on  Morlev st.: toilet and hath; electric light; room for garden. Applv P. O. Box J., or phone Power  Mouse, Armstrong. GO-lt  FOR SALE-- Registered Holsiein  bull. De-Rol strain, prize winning  stock: 30 months old: quiet and  grand stock-getter. Price sSO.OO  Alaw Jt Sons, Phone F3009. Armstrong, B. C <'()-"  FOP. SALE���������������������������Three-<iuarier truck  wagon: wide tires: good order.  Miss   I).   Petar.   Armstrong.     t>"-ll  E  ggs Irom hi;  ���������������������������h class hreil-to-hiy  WHITE LEGHORNS      v  Heavy layers of large while eggs  .-si.uO per setting of 1"> o  si.To.    G. II. SMEDLEY  v-'gs: hv mail  exd'ehhy  FOR sai.i-:  THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919  NATIONAL POULTRY MEET  Many Questions of Importance  to the Industry Discussed and  Acted Upon in Conference.  QNE. registered  Yorkshire boar,  17  'J months old.    Apply  VENABLES BROS.  Phone -190.") R. R. 2. Vernon. B. C.  FOR SALE (Cheap) or to rent, 112  acres at Knob 1 lill; Twenty acres  cleared, c,ood house and buildings  ��������������������������� some Vvhard. and small I nut.  II. Hawkins. Armstrong.     S6-U  JIATCTTIXG     EGGS   ���������������������������   Erom    our  C "-ion       <-Bred-to-Lav"     and  prize 'winning Barred Plymouth  Rocks. S2.00: *3.50. and -So.OO  H A. Allison. Arm-  8G-4t  p'er set!ing.  strong.  FOR S \LE���������������������������Single harness. ������������������20.00.  Buckskin horse. 8 "yrs: good quiet  driver for women and children:  not afraid of autos: will stand  where vou leave him  about   1100 ��������������������������� 87-5.00  weight  Will   sell  about 1.100 pounds ��������������������������� -S/o.0.0  .Also two International gasoline  engines: onc 15 h.p.���������������������������8250; one  c fip_s-200. Both will run o.n  coal oil or distillate and equipped  wilh magnetos.- N.A. Hayes Armstrong -    . ,(iv  SEED PEAS,FOR SALE���������������������������Eight" els.  -Va-pound, r.o.b. Mara. Jas. Bell,  ��������������������������� J JMara. .    . -     _.  8G-tr  HATCHING   EGGS  ���������������������������   Silver  Cam-  pines: -prize  winners:   ?2.:>U,per  setting.    Also C:������������������mpine_ cockerels  . and"puNct.srfor sale,  row, . Enderby.  E.  A: Spar-  59-3  FOR  SAf.r^Two   driving  horses:  ,>*\v. H. Horrex, R.R. 4. 59-lt  MAILING LISTS ��������������������������� Multi-typewritten    letters,    multigraphing,   ad-  . dressing, mailing,' campaigns de-  Vcloped. sales analysis, advertising counsel, catalogs, folders,  sales letters, etc. Prompt attention given to all orders. Address  The Central West, Limited, Wat-  rous, Sask. ���������������������������  HATCHING   EGGS���������������������������Abode   Island  Reds,   from   mature   stock.       AU,  prize winners.    Write or phone.  L. E. Smith.. Armstrong.  84-4  FOR SALE���������������������������An., excellent heifer  coming 2 vears due to calve Apr.  m 3rd. or a good cow 6 years old,  milking.    D. J. Welsh, Enderby.  82-2  FOR SALE-White flock eggs:  $3.00 per setting of 13. S. ������������������.  Thomas. Armstrong. 86-tf  HATCHING EGGS ��������������������������� For sale  from my picked pens of pure  _._bred. _S. XV_W.._Leghorns, .at.  prices below cost; $1.00 per 13,  S7. per hundred. A. C- Fulton  Armstrong'. .'' 86-tf  Sunday  Edward,  hotel.  dinner   at  Enderby's  the   King  popular  Spring Ming  for Men and Bovs  Wc- can give you definite results and save you dollars if you  will inspect our slock of spring  clothing for Men and Roys. Our  goods are standard make, and  our prices'will convince you that  il is lo your interest lo buy now.  Suits. I'nderwear. Shirls, Hals.  Caps. Bonis and Shoes, al reasonable prices.        ,   ���������������������������   .  W. J. WOODS  C. F. B. License No. 8-12980.  Cliff St. Enderby  ENDERBY, B. C.  Wc arc indebted to Mr. H. E.  Waby for a report of the National Poultry Conference, held  at'Ottawa, Feb. 18-20, at, which  conference he -represented the  B. C. Poultry Association. Delegates were present from every  province in the Dominion and  the mccling proved to bc of exceptional interest.  Resolutions were passed asking thc Dominion Government  to appoint" a representative of  thc poultry --industry in Brilain  to look after life interests'of the  Canadian egg and poultry industry on lhe European markcl.  Also urging the issuance of regular reports by the Dominion  department of agricullurc showing lhe condition of the markets and lhc demand for eggs  and poullry.  Co-operation in marketing  had proved greatly successful  and lhc confe-rencc urged thc  Government to extend the organization on co-opcralivc lines  lo nicludc every poultry district  and every branch of thc industry.    .'.-" --"V '/'  Eft'orts were urged ��������������������������� to improve the quality of the eggs  sent tc market and in this way  increase consumption.  The conference asked the  department.of agriculture loainstruct its representative in Europe lo'discover and report as  soon as possible whal breeds of  fowl, if any, the British Isles,  Belgium, France .and . other  countries desire to purchase and  in what numbers.. ���������������������������;���������������������������;������������������������������������������������������  In order Is/work'more effectual l.vi lavas-decided lhat allpro-  **"** ���������������������������        ��������������������������� \      -    -  vincial-Poultry Associations be  formed inlo a Canadian Poultry  Association w.iIh thc. .object .*<������������������  stimulate, encourage and dcvclr  op., poui try men.  ll was urged, that Provincial  departments' of agriculture  should co-operate with local  poultiy associations - towards  supplying school children with  eggs for hatching and tliat  school children's J exhibits be  provided for.  The Federal Government was  asked to furnish frf** of charge  the use of their arlnories for the  purpose of holding exhibitions.  It was -recomjnericjed that  culling demonstrations he inaugurate^ by 4he PeparHment  and lhat the culling pe done in  June, July or August, and if this  was impossible, then in February or Inarch..  It was urged that hoys' and  girls' poultry clubs he organized  as permanent institutions in ev  ery locality and that these clubs  be maintained as "community  breeding centres."  Thc Federal Government was  asked to appoint a poultry pathologist at Ottawa for the purpose, of -more closely studying  poultiy diseases and it was  urged that as" many government  inspectors as arc required be  placed permanently, in each  province to give instruction in  handling  ofD eggs  and" poultry.  The conference adopted the  following far-reaching national  policy:  1. Increased   production.  2. Economic o produc tlie Jin.  through stock improvement.  3. Quality payment.  4. .Co-opcralivc marketing.  5. Markets intelligence.  (5. Standardized ' product������������������������������������������������������  government inspected and guaranteed.  7. Service in  transportation.  8. Perfection   in  storage.  Q 9.    Increased consumption.  10. Advertising and salesmanship in the disposal, of lhc  product at homc and abroad.  Il was definitely slated by  lhc committee on legislation  thai "no persdn, firm or corporation or association shall" re-  ceivc or demand payment for  bad eggs, and.as far as possible  eggs shall be .paid for on a j  quality basis.". .,  Thc convention strongly opposed the proposed increase in  express rates.-,,. Also asked the  government to remove the standard price enacted' as a war  measure on bra ir 'and shorts'.  -Tor*'-'Every Paint Weed  Inside and. Owt  Nothing is more certain to improve the appearance of the home  interior than well-painted rooms. And as for outside painting, not  only does.it beautify but it protects as well.  f 'English **  70%PureWlilteLeaa  (Brandram's Genuine B.B.)  It cost thc Province $1,085.76  to-advertise the recent tax sale  of 'property in lhc_..Vernon.; district and it-sold $3^49.76 worlh.  IiVi'thc Revelstoke..district i't',cost  $1^603.80 to���������������������������,sell j$80jti05-.worth.  LAND REGISTRY  ACT:  ir:. 'i'-iA-.. .SAA     \ ���������������������������      .:  (Section 24)  :Jt\.  In the. matter'.-of.-an, application'-f6r  duplicate Certificate ot. Title JNo:  23893a issued t<vMarypJ.'?E."Wol-  fenden, covering part of Lb'tsVo  and 6, Map 771r Osovobs Division  -Yale District.  Notice is hereby given that it is  my intention at the expiration of  one month from the date of the first  publication hereof to issue a duplicate" Certificate of Title covering  the above * lands in -���������������������������(the name of  Mary J. Jp.Wolfenden runless in the  meantime 1 shall receive valid objection thereto in writing.  Dated at the Uand Registry Office,  Kamloops, % C, this 19th day of  March, 1919.  C. If. PUK3AH,    pistrict Registrar.  p. C- WWY, fxopxietot  FORD DEALER  f$ A ������������������M''B% 30% PureWhlte Zinc  2ra.������������������Fl i 100% Pure Point  Malre?yptir;home attractive���������������������������but do it economically.. Protect it  and-beaiitify it by using a paint that lasts as well as it looks.  B-H Paint lasts ������������������or years on exterior  surfaces���������������������������it cannot fail to give satisfaction  when used,for inside work.    "Chipping,",  "peeling,'?;������������������cr������������������cking"  are features  you  have beep accustomed to if you've been ^  using cheapipaints���������������������������these are features you  " "will'never'again be bothered with if you  : use B-H ^English" Paint.  ;1 . Long, after paints of the ordinary kind  i need renewing^the smooth and brilliant  "surface given by B-H Paint will still be ai  deli^ttq^jeys.: -  -   ���������������������������       ;>;;'  Other "B-H" Products  We are proud to sell.  For Interior FlnUhlnft; ' -  "China Lac" the perfect varniih  ���������������������������tain.  Staining the Roof  ���������������������������V       '>-  B-H Shingle Staint In 19 different  colon.s-y ...  -��������������������������� :���������������������������;'.. -    *%-.,  B-H Porch Floor Feint  For   porch  floors,   ceilings   and  parts exposed to the weather.  Fleeter Ceillna* and Wells  B-H "Fresconette"���������������������������A flat tone  ���������������������������oil paint. ���������������������������-'���������������������������"  FIntahlnft svFtoor   - -B-H "Flooflustre" excellent for''''  interior floors.  'For Barns and' Outbuildings  Imperial Barn.Paint;. ...  '.u .  u->  HBAN DRAM HENPtftSON  montm'u   ', Mjsuirrsri'; st^mn'.-    .,-. to������������������oni^,   .; ���������������������������-.:.: ;wiMMi������������������������������������e  HtDICINI HAT CM.OAKV SDMOMTOH V*NOOUVt������������������  KUItori Hardware jlo. Ltd., Enderby, B. C.  "\-"'"-        ���������������������������   i d: . >    ��������������������������� -      .. .-     ��������������������������� ���������������������������--- . ������������������������������������������������������-'- -   ,-" '��������������������������� .:>  STATIONERY  CANWfiS  ��������������������������� ' ������������������������������������������������������- CIGARS  TOBACCO  CIGARETTES  ���������������������������TOYS    J-    :;--".i?  MV^fC    "-   ���������������������������  anp mm otw^r wnes  8tovo  Q':"?. -W 14ceo������������������* No- ffbftm.  Auction v$^  Or4fr tytfy  fat li/fy frlcw on  Grass, Clover and fieWSeecIs  Repairs tc all wakes.ofcars.    P.none 22 I     Gftr^PH S^^S NOW. ||| SfOC\i  aiwst^ong, ?c. |   G<*r<te������������������ Tools Just ArrJy?<J  Shovels, flakes, Wow aii4 ?orM  If you would wear the,J>est in footwear, wear our s^oes.  We have the 'values,awl the styles to lit all feet.ahJ4 ,U  suit all tastes. V .   _     . jv  Ifeav>r s^oes for the camp an<J the farm. Staucjartf  weiglits for hwsmess ancj everyday: wear?  fighter weights for faucy wear. ^  pverythiug for the feet of[men aw| ^oys.  AM you wilt fliwJ.Gwr prices are right. - /.  j  Instructions bave been reccivecTfrom ^^"CrE^^'olls"  to sell by Public Auction aHhe Keary Ranch (McQuarr-  ie) at IJandsdown. on  TPrtty April 1% 1919  His farm iniplcHients and household effects  For fwll-jwrMcuUirs sea posters  Get My fricw.  icense  Contractor and Builder  Brick, Cement  and Carpentry.   J������������������iet me  give you an estimate   on  anything you  want built.    Good Red Brick always  in  stock  iVf eir������������������ Wwr  P. .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������f>.J1*-H;  Groceries Pn4*rt>y, p. C.  Canadian food Control Ucense No. 8-}7}70.  Armstrong  B.C.  CREED ������������������ YE0WARP  ARMSTRONG, B, C.  Gardenand Field Seeds  W have fresh stock of Rennie's McKcnzie's and  Ferry's Garden and Field Seed, which we are selling  at   catalogue  prices.     Also   Rennie's  No.   1 ���������������������������.  grade alfalfa, clover and timo.lhy seed in hulk.  Teece & Sou  TEECE & SON  ENDERBY  Jas, B, QlPksan  Rk.vl Estate and Insurance  List your Properties and Houses.  -Endcrhy  NOliCE TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS will be received  bv the undersigned up to G p. ni.  Thursday, the 10th of April, 1919,  i'or the labor of all kinds necessary  for the construction ancl erection of  a church, frame building, at Grindrod, B. C.        ...-.���������������������������  Plans and specifications may be  seen at the Rectory, Enderby. The  lowest or any lender not necessarily  iccGntcd.  Grindrod church building committee.  per H. T. Twigg, Secretary-   _���������������������������  Enderby, B. C., March 25h, 1919.  Protect JMJ1onse |  Thcy arc filling up again with people. They  arc worth what they cost to huild. Increase its  value ancl add to its appearance.  PAINT IT  Wc sell PAINT for houses, barns, buggies,- automobiles, wagons, Hoot's and every other'purpose  for which PAINT and VARNISHES are used.  ALABASTINE in all thc standard colors; and  PAINTBRUSHES.  We arc adding many new lines to our general  hardware stock and will give you thc finest stock  to choose from that can bc found in the Okanagan  Valley, combined with thc best of store service.  Our Plumbing and Tinsmithing department  will be.right up to the-mark.  Wc are prepared to give you value and service.  Fulton Hardware Cq ltd  ENDERBY. B. C.  J  OUR WANT ADS. ARE WINNERS  N


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