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Array ��������������������������� ������������������������������������"^j Wu-eristL^. J  #������������������'/*.  ������������������-  Vol. i:J,No. 17, Whole No. (513.  ENDERBY, B: C. THURSDAY, JULY "3, 1919.  y  Subscription, #2 a year; oc copy  inderby Wins An  League Game, and is  Valley Team  Froni',.lhe crowd view-point it  was the ijiggest success in the  ���������������������������'eclebralion line lhat Armstrong  ever had. And in point of celebralion weather���������������������������well, it was as  ncnr'^deal as' could have been  . desired. There were hundreds  of aulomobiles. Every available parking space within the  grounds was lakes up, and up  unit down lhe streets in every  direction aulos lined the road-  way. -jr,  The morning train carried a  large   crowd    from   Enderby���������������������������  every car was crowded���������������������������nnd tbe  autos    eairicd    capacity    loads.  ������������������     Every    point    ih    the    Valley  north of Summerland was represented���������������������������Vernon    showing   up  slrong���������������������������and from Salmon Ann  there must have been many carloads.    And-if-was  one  of Ibc  best-natured crowds that could  have    got    together���������������������������too   good-  natured; in  fact, for thcy were  permitted Jo crowd into tbe Held  .while llie game were in progress  ;,',a<)d block tbe "playing.    Partic-  ��������������������������� * Vilarly    troublesome    was    this  tendency   on   tbe   part   of   the  V, .small bov who just couldn't re-  T" .sist.it.   The ground police were  jj? a.very good-natured bunch also  ** and didn't ii\tcrfere as much as  .   tbey  should   have    to- give  the  -   players a chance. .One little chap  i     was   quite   severely   hurt   in   a  rush of the catcher to pick up a  foul lly, and several others bad  narrow escapes. However, tbese  '   little  incidents   only  lent   additional color to tbe brilliant playing and  made  the crowd enjoy  lhe excitement thc more.  -' The grand stand was crowded  and  here  the  Armstrong band  -.rendered  many excellent .selec-  is^-tions during ���������������������������the" afternoon? But'  B&V-it -was in-lhe shade of. the trees  -'jsurroiuPing.'llie sportslield   tha!  I one   found   the'  crowd   taking  i,    "solid comfort."  *��������������������������� * '  , '.Of course,  the  big attraction  i of' the  day  was   the  aeroplane  *> llighls by Capt. Hoy and Capt".  \ Dixon.    These were made from  a"Held some distance-from tht  '    sports  grounds,  and were *\Vit-  nesser? as well, if not better, by  the crowd outside of the fenced  enclosure than from \vithi*n/jJ\W������������������  'exhibition   flights   were   made,  one at 'A o'clock and one at 7.  Other llights were made for llie  purpose of taking up oh a little  ia'uiit through  the air Pr. Van  Klccck and Dr. Sumner.   On tlie  /passenger-carrying Night* it Was,  .    fo'r.,thc,iut).'5t part straight sail-  75in& but iu lhe exhibition flights  aviators   put   the   machine  through -some   thrilling  stunts,  'dipping and diving, circling and  swirling^ climbing and planing  like_yomc: giant bin! out on a  **  the. committee in charge pulled  oil' the bicycle races on the  roadway between the raibvay  crossing and the packing house.  Cash prizes to the amount of  $25 were given by tbe Canada  Cycle Company for these events,  and other prizes were contributed by the merchants. In the  adult race, which was really a  very fast one,with many entries*  E. Hunter won 1st, P. Narzo  2nd, and Eddie Patten Hid.  In the junior race, with fewer  entries, A. Pritchard won 1st,  E. Patten 2nd, and A. Golighlly  3rd.  Armstrong Wins Lacrosse  'lhe lacrosse game between  the .Armstrong and Kelowna  league teams, resulted in another easy victory for thc home  boys who played rings 'around  the visitors when they wanted  to make goals- The'first goal  was scored by Armstrong in two  passes and before lhe visitors  awakened to the fact thai th"  game was on. , The next was not  so easy, but easy enoilgh. The  visitors did not seem to bave  any system in their playing, and  were no match for the home  team when they .started to bore  through. In the second quartet  Kelowna did do some excelleni  passing in trying to push into  the Armstrong goal, but when  it looked like scoring, Armstrong's defense simply picked  up the ball2-and hustled down  the field into Kclowila'snel. ,  - After scoring three times the  home defense played loosely, allowing, the visitors to run up  Two,  and "wheiri halt' time was  ' - -    *        tJ I  called Kelowan had 2 and Arm-  Strong3V'Looking at the score  it seemed to be anybody's gain***  when the third quarter opei)ed.  When" it closed the game1, was  cinched for Armstrong. Individually the visitors played ha hi  and al times most effectually,  but thcy simply could not gel  through Armstrong* defense  Five more goals were pi|ec| up  by Armstrong. In the lasl  (punter openings were left by  Armstrong's defense for the  lake boys to improve their score  but thcy did not have any pep  left, anc|-Ja'c(ved conijiihation. ft  was s|ow work for the last 15  minutes. Armstrong "clid not  want to score any more* and the  visitors couldn't-  Armstrong 8, Kelowna 3-    .  In the league game between  Vernon and Enderby, Endcrhy  won by a very narrow margin.  In fact, the boys just squeaked  through, saved by two star plays  I  life  I'lj.  lark in Uie spring.hreezes. After  circliugatej-srossihg'lo'ancl fro  in cleaSpW^-pf the people in  lhc gni|itl stnffd, the plane was  brought vcry4ltiw, clearing the  agricultural hall rriof ahcl the  grand stand,, and circling" over  the tree lops only a few hundred  feet from "the ground. "This performance was followed by a dip  and a feint as if a landing was to  be made on the, sports ground,  then with a wave of the band lo  the crowds below them the aviators swept over the grand stahd  and sailed to the landing Held.  The evening performance .was  similar to that of the afternoon-  There! wins nof accicfeht "to ina r  the exhibition .and evervbodv  seemed delighted with the flying  tests.  l ( Bicj cle Races  The first event 'o|\ the day's  sports was a baseball game'be-  Iwcen Vernon and Armslrong  inleneediiHt"1. The/iTailie prove*i  a walk-over f������������������*������������������r th" visitors who  ��������������������������� i" ir "'��������������������������� ! > "h.-n e Ihe be^l of i!  [ ������������������������������������������������������)* Mi,. |i|-st inning lo the end.  ���������������������������i'i.,t s'-eie stood - Vernon IB,  Ari-"-i'",!i<., f>.      ,  While lhe intermediate ga'me  Was  j|i pi'Ogr, ;,;, oil  lll'J gl"M!IU.|s,  oncn^"Most?'V\tlam^VTifnl"1OTiT  by Boil Sparrow. The play that  put "Mose" over, was a running  catch of a toul strike which was  picked up in the nick of time to  put a Vernon pinch hitler out.  and, that of "Rod Sparrow was a  Hying scoop in cenlerfield and a  swift and true throw in to stop  the runner at first.  -, There was good playing and  bad on both sides, bnt for balance and poise the Vernon team  had lhe belter of it though Enderby bad the runs lo win. Vernon lost Ihe game ih the first  and second innings. They play .  ed poorly at bat in the first, going out in one. two, three order,  and allowed a close'decision of  lhe umpire to "rattle" tbem,  which' put them oil' their feel  momentarily and gave the Enderby team the advantage.  It was anybody's game up to  thc last ball over thc plate. True,  Enderby succeeded in piling up  six runs while Vernon vos earning Iwo. hut the uncertainly of  the pla% ing oi ho'.h h-an1-. mad  a "merry-go-'���������������������������onii'l'' a nossibilJl''  anv time- Il was th" excel Icr"  throwing and hcadwork ol  Jones jn the box lhal pulled lhc  Icaia mil ol' it hvk w.'i'A Vi.vb  when Vernon had the bases full  and planned to;"start things."  Wm. Jones badly strained his  ankle in his'first time to bat and  throughout the-game the pain  interfered, with'his* work in the  box, yet, in spile of this he fanned Jwclvc and walked only two  or Tlircc.--.Tlis pitching Was not  a.s steady as usual, bill ���������������������������headways  managed to put it over when  the team got into a pinch.  iVcrnon made lhe only double  play. 11 was from second to  first in the 8th inning and stopped Brash and Ceo. Jones jusl  when il looked like chalking up  am.(hcr bunch of runs.  Lome Landon tried a double,  hul missed through starting at  the wrong exxd. A runner was  on first aud the baiter fanned.  Lome dropped the ball but gathered il up quickly and threw to  second. Of course Ihe runner  beat il out and the bailer landed  safely at first, ll was one of  those plays that lhe man behind  lhe bal will sometimes make  when his head isn't working on  lhe bases.  Enderby (i, Vernon 5.  Horse Races.  Only a whiteman and an In-  dian .entered in the Victoria  Cross race, and there was very  little interest laken in this event-  Several entries were in hand  for the free for all and Siwash  races.    The winners were:  Victoria Cross Race���������������������������1st, A.  Murchand;.2nd, R. Finley.  Free for all, 1-iiiile dash���������������������������1st,  R. Hayes; 2nd, W. Cross; 3rd,  C. Richards.     : ��������������������������� ,   ~7  Indian Race���������������������������1st, A. Mar-  chand. - -   ���������������������������  The usual confetti carnival  was celebrated -in the evening  followed by pictures and a  grand ball at the Avalon.  Edison���������������������������:Hayes   Nuptials ._  yiha lionVc olVMr. and Mrs. T.  N.. Hayes of Larkin was thc  scene of a quiet bufprctty event  on Monday, June 30, when their  daughter Lottie became the wife  o lArnold Edison. Rev. W. Stott  olliciating'. ' Rowley H������������������������������������ycs acted  as groomsman while the hride  was assisted hy her sister Lydja.  After the ceremony the company sat down to a tlainty wedding hreakfast after which the  happy couple left hy car for ������������������  honeymoon itinerary through  lhe valley, and-extending Into  Hie Slate of Washington.    '  Roth the principals, though  recently living in Vernon, were  former residents of Armstrong  The bride was horn fit MrKin  anc| had taught school in the  vicinity, her last position,heing  in Vernon. The groom is a recent arrival from overseas having been a member of the 29th  Battalion:., 'The heartiest good  wishes of a large circle of  friciids^go^Nvilh^Mr^Hnd^Mr^  Eison into their wedded life.  MARA  NOTES  School closed "on Friday for  the summer holidays. The lienor rolls in the junior classroom  were: DeporlinenI���������������������������Irene Culler; punctual lyHVkick Robertson;*'' proficiency���������������������������Arthur Sih-  von; teacher, Miss B. Newman.  Senior: Deportment ��������������������������� Grace  Dale; punctuality���������������������������Henry Pal-  u la; proficiency���������������������������Elli Koski:  teacher, Miss E. 13. Smith, B. A.  Aflcr a short session preparations were made lu celebrate iii  the usual Mara style ample provision having been made bolh  for the children and adults. The  afternoon was occupied in races  intercepted wilh-courses of ice  cream and lhere was one lime  when lhe kiddies had Iheir lill  of ice cream. The parly al the  school broke up aboul live  o'clock and preparations commenced for lhe farewell dance  in the evening. .Myny friends  from the surrounding districts  helped to make il a huge success and kept it up until lhc .wee.  snia' hours a tired bul happy  group. ;,  s       *  Miss E. R. Smith. B. A., who  bas been' principal for the last  two years, resigned the position  and left on Saturday's train for  the coasl en route lo New  Brunswick (hcr home) via New-  York. There was a large number at the ,. station lo bid hcr  goodbye.  X '  Miss    Newman,    the    junior  teacher left for the coasl on Salurdav.  ���������������������������- .  X  Arthur   Zellergrcen   returned  to the coast by Saturday's train.  * X  Still another bvtx  wagon   is  added to Maru"' contingent.  Thomas Gray is sporting a Gray-  Dort. '     y      .*"-;.- 'o  DEEP CREEK NEWS  ���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������ x.   t  Mrs/Erland Hadow and hcr  mother Mrs. Marshall, of Revelstoke, are staying for a few  weeks at Three Pine Raiich.  Mr. Alex Dale Sr. received lhe  sad news Wednesday afternoon  of lhe death in Victoria of his  dauhterg, Mary, aged 17, who  left |������������������iu|crhy last Thursday to  undergo an operation for throat  trouble. The funeral service  wj]| be held in the Presbyterian  church, Monday, July 7, at 2:30  p. in.    ��������������������������� .  Tlirne r& Donaldson sold their  improved farm this week lo Mr.  J. C. Harris an<|, son. returned  men. ���������������������������  Pte. Rush, who was in Siberia  with Canadian forces returned  to I'Jjidcrby on Mondav.  MR. FRUJT RANCHER!  The night shift at the mill was  started Thursday lasl and llie  daily cut is rapidly increasing.  Ship your fruit iind vegetable.--.  direct to thc pruirio' iiinrkeis- vt'u  bundle same to vour cntiic ssitis-  faclion���������������������������iiijikiiiK-piiiiiipl^ M'ltlemciil?  dealing direct with' grower and  consumer. *  MOOSE   JAW   CO-OPKRATIVK  PHUIT MAMT,  ���������������������������IM  Mnin  SI.., S., Moose Jaw, Sit.sk.  Hunk   reference:       Hitchcock   &  McCulloch,  Moose J.-iw. 17-21  GRANDVIEW BENCH NOTES  T. AV. Lidstone- paid a short  visit  lo  Okanagan. Centre    last  week, j ;:..--... ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������;  t������������������- -  A*'surprise pariy. wasTiclcLut  lhc home, of Fred .'Dysart.- last  Tuesday   evening    lo    weicomc  home Wm. Bailey r  and'    bride  who came iii on  liie  train thai  evening. A very enjoyable evening  was  spent   and  all   join   in  wishing   lhe   young   couple   all  lappincss and prosperity.  s;  A     number     ol      Grandview  ���������������������������tench people look in lhe dance  it Mara  lasl  Friday and all  rc-  iorl a very enjoyable lime.  Tobacco Growing  Offers Opening" for  Mew Industry Here  Mr. L. Holman of Kelowna  was in Enderby and Armstrong'  this week looking iulo lhe possibility of gelling one or two  farmers who ha\e an acre ol  .suitable land in condition for  tobacco growing lo lake tobacco  plants and scL Ihem out a������������������ an  experiment, and wilh the idea  of going permanently into tobacco growing on a commercial  basis.  Mr. Holman lel'l al lhc newspaper ollice ill teen lijnnclrcd tobacco plants lo bc given lo men  who would undertake to set  Ihem on! and properly cul I iva le  ancl harvest as Ihe season advances/ These plants should go  oul al once. There i.s ample  lime for the crop lo mature and  the harvesting will be a small  mailer and will be prolitable if  handled rightly.  i\Ir. Holman is convinced,  from les Is already made -lhal  lhe. unirrigHled seclion of the  Okanagan -will grow the besl  quality of  tobacco. - Thc weed  Opera House, Saturday, Julv  ")lh, Theda Bara in " ill V'Forbidden Path."' Also Fox comedy.' Admission 35c and 15c.  Mrs. M. J._,Marshall of Armslrong announces, the engagement of "her��������������������������� second yo'ungejxl  daughter. Li'lJHo.Mjayv lo^Eyer-  eLl Blaine.MeLca.ir ol Vancouver. The' wedding' is lo take  place "carl^whViuly".  "     ~'"'  ' '   V "'^J,  b'"'"      - - ~  Bov Richa���������������������������son,,Ian  Iiiiderb\  ' - ?  hoy ol sdmel-ycars ago. returned  Ironi  the cbasVlhis week to go  tcV workal the mill. ,   - ,  Enderby's King Edward bas a  ���������������������������epulalion that can't be" beat.  Some HI ly or more visitors to  Armstrong July 1st, look advantage ol lhc opportunity to  noldr here lor dinner.      -    *"    ������������������������������������������������������  , A Glasgow -paper.' has  heard that there is a- proposal under consideration to  send a relief party to the  United' States to' ' rescue  Scotsmen from the threatened prohibition law.  An automobile paper tells  oi' a much mentioned .motor  car running for seven miles  on its reputation after hav-  ingJ-Lhp engine removed.   Joe's rclrc-hiiienl tables arc  very inviting when the evenings  arc sultry and otherwise oppressive. ,  y s: s^iis4^sm^:i  ,vcv::: <&ss '���������������������������  -.i > at -" ^^*^- ��������������������������� *"  Sample of tohacco grown   in  Ai Fn-  -'<r  , .,     ''.stioiia..   ct.f,v'-- r  jcc|hires a heavy ^-sandy-clay  loam to produce the best"rcsulls.  Tests  made a'l  liolliV-ArinsTroiig  and Enderby prove lhal tobacco  jjrowing here could be k'niadc  most profitable. Fifty or a hundred acres growing tobacco  would give employment lo -10  or 50 graders for two months  e\ery winler. in addition to lhc  labor required to plant, cultivate ancl harvest lhe crop.  Last year at" Kelowna Mr.  Holman,produced 5-1,000 of tobacco leaf. This was sold to  the J.-Bruce Payne Tobacco Co.,  at C.ranby, Que. Of lhis 51,000  pounds only 340 pounds had Jo  be discarded after going through  lhc sweat. This is an exceptionally low percentage and thc result so pleased lhc J. Bruce  Payne people lhat lhcy conkan-  plale establishing 'a,1 tobacco  plant ni lhc Okanagan and representatives of lhc company  will bc in Enderby and Armslrong sometime in Angus! I'or  the purposei of looking over tlie  dislrict I'or-tobacco kind. The  coin pany is prepared fo" buy tobacco' land bere, and at _thc  same time will contract lo han-I  dlcj.be output of any grower at  lhe highest market price.  /Today lhc price of tobacco is  Lwo or three limes as high as  if was under pre-war conditions.  And the promise is made filial  thc prige .to growers will remain high-for several ycars.  Great Britain having placed a  preferential tariff of 1/lc per  pound,on Canadian tobacco in  order lo',caplure lhc output And  ?vliv Holman assures us that the  .growers will get prices thai wjll  'nuikCjCerlain high profits and  the establishment'of a very'lu-"  -cral.ive' -industry" here'in "the  ,^l������������������tiia^an,^-^*^-''!-p'-t,''"''"':rJ':rr'^ *"~*"~"  , 1 lave" we "not enough 7public  spirit'. here Jn ; our growers to  planl an'experimental crop, par-  'liculnrly ' when lhc plan lis'are  hcrc-rendy to be planted and a  Ji'eady market is assured for lhc  crop'?     *        V ,       :   '  ������������������������������������������������������I  "'A  ' V'l  &  Names of:������������������j4eAy  I^Vipils who fasse4  (Listed in' order "bf. lherit) ���������������������������/<  Division I���������������������������Passeckfrom Junior Fourth lo Entrance Class:  Re'vei'lv Rryanl. Ronafd Gretton,"  Dorothy Keith, Clarence Rum-  bam, Edna Cameron, Bruce: Col-  quell c, Donald Strickland, . Tom  Folkard, Elizabeth Dale, Henry  Walker, Ernest Hassard, Louis  Carson, Alvin Woods. .Marion  Fravel and Cecil Sherlow promoted ojj.. lhe year's work, being absent during the examination 'on account of illness. Rons  of Honor: Proficiency ��������������������������� Not  awarded until lhe results of the  AGAINST IWE  0> ; il(H'.syn  V, !;y.  Enlrancc examiualions arc pul"P  lishcel; deportnienl--JhMiry Vogel; punctuality and regularity���������������������������  Beverly Bryant. Teacher, M. V.  Real lie.  Division II���������������������������Passed from Senior Third loMuuior Fourth: Mamie McKay, Esma Oakes, Rena  Dill. George Carefoot, Evelyn  Hawkins. Lea Oakes. May Miller, Mabel Dale. Gertie Radford,  Ted' Peel, Harry Opperlshnuser  Bobby Carson.  Passed  from Junior Third  lo  Senior Third:       Belly    Bryant;  liiiby  Drasching.  GrolT  Burton,'  .lean* Keilh. Sally Walker, Mary  Eadie,   Mabel   Cameron,     Elhcl  Hassard.  Ernie  Carson,     Agnes  i  Miller. Johnnie  Has.iyd, Stanley  Mossley, .Ehner Hassard. Everil'l  Dunn.       P.olls  of   Honor:   Pro-,  liciency��������������������������� Mamie McKuy; deporl-  nienl���������������������������Belly Bryant; attendance  ���������������������������Esma  Oakes.    Teacher,  P.  D.  Faulkner. '"'  Division  III ���������������������������   Passed    from  ^vnior Scond   lo  Junior Third  ���������������������������fid.'r-   M-'iih  ii M-Kav  Ihihert  *'���������������������������:.-('.   I' ��������������������������� - -T-  r -      ���������������������������   r   ~     * i  t  .   F-'bli  i   ��������������������������� '' ���������������������������<--,     I.'.., |.  n    :v   '  -.      ^U-r  - y. . j,,-     !-���������������������������! -,..;i  ,-'.v. !���������������������������:  ...    I.... ,  '������������������������������������������������������I-     V -' ���������������������������  ���������������������������'���������������������������iV 1  ">  rihii  v     ,1,..     T>i   ^j.,,.,  -..i.'i T'"  -,.1       !"^  S.c  Slai]',.\'    ;ji-  eiiiulvd  i������������������A   M:.r  year's work." being absent from  examination-on account of illness. ���������������������������-    ,_  ..- -'  ' Paseed from Junior Second to  Senior . Second1 Reader: Ben  Carlson,, Martin.Drasching, Rela  Da I Ion, 'Muriel Pacey, Stella  Bossley, CiilVord Welsh, Katie  Baird. T       ^-   -  -.,Passed'from.First Reader to  Junior" Second ReaderV Berna  Mailii), JMargarel Walker, Joe  Gardner, Annie Mencel, Wilfrid  Neill, Irene Hassard, -Lillian  Scott, Elsie Hawkins. Bolls of  Honor: Proticicnc y��������������������������� Martha  =McKay; deportment. BerTiaTd=  .Carlson: piiiiclualilv and rcgu-  Inrllv���������������������������Wiirr'id Neill. Teacher,  J I. Allan.  - Division IV ��������������������������� Passed from  Second Primer lo First Header:  George- Folkard. Frank Hutchison, Edgar Vogel, Ina Fulton,  Edna Radford. Erncsl Sterling,  Austin Blackburn. Goldwin Op-  pciishauscr, Tom Birrcll.  Pa.sscd from First Primer lo  Second Primer: Maxwell Oakes,  Alice Chadwick, Palsy McKay.  GerlritciC Pcinds, Laurie Antiila,  Evelyn Bossley. George Griffiths.  Uilly  liaxter.  Pa.sscd from Receiving Class  lo First Primer: Freddie D.ra.s-  ching. Mary Kosar. I'rcd Pacey.  Olive Graham. Waller Dunn,  Barrio Speers. Ella Baird, Florence lTlas. Gertrude Kyle'. Roll  of liuuor: Proliciciicy���������������������������-George  Folkard; deportment ��������������������������� Alice  Chadwick; punctuality and regularity���������������������������Maxwell Oakes. Teacher, E. A. Carlson.  Pi'";. Gordon Duncan :'iid Lvs-  'A'.i. i'Ii "i, i'J;!i( 11, ! rolhcr of  }!���������������������������" ' m. riir.'ii, r.-iiirncl  froi ; J,-i .ii.i' '! liui:,dav ni.ining.  I  -~,-A-^_^,,,.,A,  -������������������*  Tf*di������������������ OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1913  HA*M**^h*W**^#*^h������������������  ^fcmagan Cfoimoncr  In wtiek is merged The Enderby Press and Wjilki-ri V'cfkly^  rutll������������������W������������������d ������������������f������������������r������������������ ThundMr Rt Enderby. B.C.. by Tlie Wiv".  per rear: $1.00 nix mwitV-.  ��������������������������� I*-i i-.-s. at $2 JK)  THURSDAY, .ILLY A. 1  sun  CO-OPERATION, NOT COMPETITION  If the-.Canadian Government has any power  to save the industrial situation in Canada today  it should exert thai power. Reporl of citizens  committees in. Winnipeg and Vancouver make  it appear, or attempt to, lhal Ihe industrial unrest is the result of whal lhcy delight to call  Bolshevism and a handful of Bolshevistic leaders "misleading" the workers. And in Winnipeg  the authorities have placed under arrested the  strike, leaders, letting Ihem out on bail on their  promise not to lake any further part in the. strike-  It would be very nice if wc could believe these  bland stories. But the sour fact remains that  inspite of the leaders being arrested. Uic strike  continues, and the unrest grows. II was reported  a few days ago lhat the Winnipeg strike had been  called off, and it is true thai a number of the  strikers returned to work, hut it is also true that  all the railroad workers and the running trade's,  are still out and' standing firm. II is certain that  industrial peace has nol conic. II is certain, too;  that there is altogether too much of lhis reactionary stuff in'thc "citizen committee" propaganda.  Too much of the "holier lhan Ibou" praltleV Too  much presumption on the pari of these "citizen  committees," who loudly advertise themselves as  the only Simon Pure, and lhc workers Black  Sheep. Fi>t't is, we never can get anvwherc-in a  fight for supremacy of power. Progress can  come only through understanding. ������������������and a desire  on the.part of both parlies lo co-operate. It is  very apparent lhat avc have not reached.this  point, of understanding in Canada. It is jtoo  much a strivings'for power. Capital is seeking  to control; labor, feeling ils power, seeks to  hreak this control. So long a.s lhis spirit'*prevails there can be no industrial peace. The strike  may end. hut il will bring wilh il no fcehug.-of  conciliation���������������������������no co-operalion.  ..The Christian Science Monitor in dealing witlf.  Canadian trade, has Iho following lo say which  would do a heap <>l" good if our Canadian'uews-  papers would "talk up" instead of devoting so  much space to this Bolshevik hunc which nohody  believes or has any fear of coming in Canada���������������������������  provided Canadians get what lhcy ask for of the,  men elected to power:  "As the Canadian Trade Commission made  clear in a recent statement, the balance of trade  has now swung so thai il is becoming adverse to  the Pominion. Before llie war. il was against  .Canada, by_nb_c'' I -*!00 0f1_{1(){> Jj 'JJ1������������������_������������������I1 >:���������������������������_ JFi'gn���������������������������_  owing to war orders, this adverse balance was  transformed into a favorable one by nearly half  a million dollars- Bul side by side wilh the piling  lip of the favorable balance came thc piling U|  of thc war debt, until from the pro-war figure of  $.130,000,000 it has today reached an amount  above $l.r>00,000.000. Hence the necessity for :i  very largely increased volume of Irule. if this obligation is to bc adccpialely met. io lhis end. exports must be increased, or at any- rale maintained, as far a.s possible, at Iheir presenl high  level; whilst every effort musl In* made by all  parlies to the great work of production to secure  at all times the fullest measure of fo-opcmlion.  Thc groat need in Canada lodav is indeed cooperation, in the fullest sense of the word, between lhe farmer and the factory, .mil between  employers and employed, everywhere."  CHASING OLD NICK AROUND THE STUMP  After four years of comparative calm, the  Lord's Day Alliance has once more taken to tho  warpath. Through its general manager, the  Rev. Mr. Rochester, it now proposes to maJiVc up  for lost time. Previous to llie war life Rev. Mr.  Rochester was doing his besl lo make il uncomfortable for us poor souls here on oarlh; now it.  appears that the;, gonial Alliance secretary is going to make il warm for lliosc who use the  heavens as a playground. lie has declared thai  Sunday acroplaneing i.s against the law; thc pre-.  SlUnptiOn being thai  lliu^o who plain- nay     many  pro]  Ira"  have with their lives. Anyhow, thc Lord's Day  Alliance, through its secretary, objects, so presumably that is all there is to it. A second deadly assault is being ijiade on the ice ereainp vendor  who would sell cones to the hot and thirsty multitude in our public parks on thc Lord's Day.  From a published statement on the subject, it  would seem that the chief complaint of lhe Rev.  Mr. Rochester in respect to selling ice cream on  Sunday was that tbe practice tended lo deplete  the Sunday school collections.    It would appear  The Editorial Bug.  In the seventies and eighties  there was a perfect mania for  starting- newspapers. All it required to established a great  family journal was a fool printer  and a shoe-string'. Ministers of  the gospel hedged in. by two-by-  four pulpits, heard the call of  the editorial siren and blossomed  brth as editors. Disappointed at  and  he .financial recompense  Unit the kids utilized money earmarked salvation I chagrined at thc patent fact that  I'or tbeir own. selfish "little tummies, and (hereby j Iheir highly moral editorials fail-  cue*, serious ienkago in M,,>,U: ������������������**���������������������������,.... AU^^S *������������������tff &$������������������  of which, it course, is a very serious matter au<  quite Bolshevistic.  FARMERS TO UNITE  , A'committee of five was appointed at thc conference ox farmers held al Smithers some clays  ago to consider preliminary matters for lhc creation of a British -".Columbia council of agriculture and to arrange wilh existing agricultural  associations for the formatioon of this board,  which will be'the outstanding head, of agriculture  in Ibis province, if the object of its promoters is  achieved. Those appointed to lhe commillcc  are J. W. Berry, president of the B. C. Dairyman's Association; C. E. Whitney CrilTilhs, honorary secretary of lhe Farmers' Inslilulc Advisory Board; James Bailey, Chilliwack. and C. E.  Barnes, president B. C. Fruit Growers' Association, Walhachin. It is the intention that this  council shall succeed the Farmers' Inslilulc Advisory Board, but Avill bc much wider in scope-  The committee will make ils report lo thc convention of fanners which it is proposed will be  held some time during tlie coming-winter in Victoria. An eli'ort is to bc made to bring about  an amalgamation with tbe United Farmers, representatives of which organization refused to attend thc Smithers' conference. The United Farm  ers, while a comparatively new organization in B.  C, has grown very rapidly, ll is a branch of the  United Farmers' Dominion organization, and is  shaping up to be a really active organization independent of any government strings or representation. ������������������  'CHANGE CARS FOR OKANAGAN"  Thanks to the energy of the Vernon Board ol  Trade, and the' generous assistance of Mr. R. P.  Lowe, commissary agent of the C. P. R. at Sicamous, two large signs arc to bc painted and  placed near the kiosk at that point, wilh lhc following words brought out prominently: "Chang?  here -for lhc famous fruit and mixed farming  district."  .-In connection with advertising the districl. Mr.  Lowe is to be supplied regularly through lhc season with samples of Okanagan fruit and vegetables I'or exhibition in lhc kiosk. Al the request  of the C... P..' R. natural resources department.  publicity folders have been forwarded to Winnipeg and Chicago, and folders will bc placed in all  the C. P. ft.- hotels from Montreal west.  "A few yearsago," says/lheSUlinmerlaud^'Review, "Mr. Lowe hrought lip lhis mailer of displaying  the  resources  of  the Okaiiagan   Valley.  mil also Ihe matter of displaying lhc resources  of the Okanagan Valley, and also the ma,,  necessary advertising, but since tbat lime, or to  be more correct, ahout V.)1.r>. interest has steadily  waned-     The  action   of   lhe   Vernon   Boaru   o  Trade should serve as a stimulus to lhe oilier  towns of the Valley. The burden of the exnensr  I'or advertising for some vears has  been  borne  ���������������������������nlirely by lhe C P-R."  .JUGGING WITH l>'W  That  avc are a  very  wise  and   goodly   people  sadder, wiser, more experienced  ancl better preachers. Swarms  of school-teachers, weary of  wasting their time teaching little  codgers how to shoot straight,  caught the bug and-became editors. They, too, soon saw the folly  of it. all'and' answered the next  ad.-"Teachers Wanted". But  perhaps the. worst pest of all was  the disgruntled politician. Being  disappointed at hot landing the  party nomination or getting' a  fat job, he at once kicked  over the traces, located some fool  printer, whacked up $50 and a  newspaper appeared on the scene.  Most of these papers have long  since gone to the journalistic  cemetary. ��������������������������� OraTigcviHe Sun:  Hc Knew Fal hcr.  Whitewash Goitor  Weather Wear  MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE THE SAME ATTENTION AS OUR CUSTOMERS DO AT THE  COUNTERS.      3VE DO NOT CHARGE ANY EXTRA FOR DELIVERING YOUR  PARCELS    ALL LINES IN DRY GOODS    AND   FOOTWEAR   ARE  .    DELIVERED PREPAID BY US. "  !  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SPKCtAl.,  J)")c  yard.  rVIUTK GAHBADINE���������������������������Thc new soH skirting material I'or suiiimcrwcar; makes' excellent coats.;  washes tip like new;,width, 38-in; price, 8oc yard  WHITE  MADAI'OIJ.AN-  WIIITE SUITING���������������������������A very stout quality in shadow  stripe white   Drill;   special   for   Middies, Skirts,^  etc.;  width, .'t8-in.; Price, 65c-" yard.  WHITE I'I QUI-:���������������������������A. good quality prominent white  Pique Cord; best English manufacture; one of the  SPKCIAI    .-.-.-.'...:.-; Price, 65c yd  "Is this Mr. Riley?"  '"Eh���������������������������what,?" said Lhc deaf old  chap.  "Is this Mr. Riley?"  "Riley! Oh, yes."  "I knew vouv father."  ."What?"  "I sav I-knew your father."  -What?" ,  "f���������������������������knew���������������������������vour���������������������������father."  "Oh, did yc? So did I."  A very line pure white  lingerie cloth; made like the weave of a tine linen;  wilt wash and wear beautit'nllv; width, 36-in.  SPECIAI 50c yard; 6 yds  for $2.75  The Hudson's Bay Goingany?  >Mail Order Department H,  VERNON, B. C  British Columbia Interior Store  Canadian Food Control License-No. 8-21018.  most  havc  men I  general price regulations which will be carried  oul by lhe commission. The two bills are the  advanced legislation" of its character which  been 'introduced in Uic Canadian Parlia-  . Thcy- arc lhe result, no cloubl, of lhe insistent demands cn lhe part of labor and the  Great War Veterans Association, and', if. put into  .'orce, will go a great way in relieving the lense  iccling which has grown more acute as the slimmer season advances, and will be felt even more  acutelv as winler draws near.  LEAVE RUSSIA ALONE  licy  throughout that continent?   It Yis  lo-each countrv to decide^what form  :s admitted by most of us without argumenl. "\V  know a Ihing or Iwo, you bet. We lilec lo play  it lawmaking���������������������������making laws eternally���������������������������onc law  lo defeat the oilier���������������������������and all laws lo govern lhe  olher fellow���������������������������to������������������reslrict his liberty lo what we  'icliejyc should be good for him. Jusl now we  ire hwsy making laws which shall forbid drink-  ;ng in puhl'c places, such as your own back yard  >r your neigbhor's back yard; ofT in picnic places  >r in lhc haymow.    Then we, through our law  'miners, nuiKeVt unlawful-for anyone to bu\  'iquor for drinking within the limits of the Province. Jput we can send across an imaginary line  ind buy liquor, bring il home and there drink il.  Our neighbors on tbe other side of llu*: imaginary  line cannot buy liquor on their side of lhe lin'i  'iut we ca.ii, and we cannol buy liquor on our side  of Uic line but tbey can. Only a very highly  :ivi|i%er| people could make such a double- join ii ������������������l  law as lhal. Il is Ibis thai convinces, us of our  very high order of being, wilhoul argumenl. II  is all very wonderful. And our lawmakers are  very sober when lhcy make those laws, h>o-,'as  sober as one has to be to drink under Ihem am  keep bis bead on lhe right side of the line.  British. French unci Italian labor reprcsenl-  .!lives have decided1 lo make a general demonstration on July 20 or 21, lo protest against Allied  .nlervcnlion in Russia- This announcement was  ihade by Arthur Henderson, Brilish labor leader,  it a labor conference held at Southport, Eng.,  i few davs ago. ������������������1L was explained that the dem-  jnslralipn would1 be an attempt to prevent the  40vernn'icnls of Europe froni adopting a rcac-  ionary p������������������  ,o be'lel'l  lhc demonstration will lake", as. lo political or in-  Juslrial     action. Resolutions     were     passed'  .iguiiibl anv intervention in Russia and deinuud-  ���������������������������ng lhc abandonment "of conscription. The conference laler passed a resolution calling upon  lhe Trade Pnioii Congress.Io take action in order  io compel lhc Brilish (iovernnienl to stop opcr-  ltions in Russia. Thcrc was a heated "discussion  iver this resolution, which was passed oiua curd  vore by 1.803,000 to 035.000.  The 1 .uj ior .'parly conference adopted a resolution calling for the speedy admission of Germany  io lhc League of Nalions and the immediate re-  ,'ision by lhe League of the "harsh provisions qf  'he trcalv which are nol consistent with stale-  men Is made on behalf of thc Allied governments  when Ihe armistice was'-signed. There was only  one dissenting vole.  gaasaa333ass&i?������������������BOEEfl  Town  properties  ...' at *  Bargain  Prices V  7-room brick cottage in good -  repair; block and half itolh ,  postoffice; flot 50x120;"tx\mV  rented; $900, half down, v  T 5-6 acres level Jand; fencefl  and "growing alfalfa; rive?  frontage; close in,; fruittr#W  second year hearing; it^a]  for poultry, or small fmt,  vegetables, etc.; f900; Jwjf  down.  These prices are for quick  sale. - Apply���������������������������1  THE WAj,JiPB PRPSS.  liNDunny, p. c.  TRYING TO MEET THE DEMAND  At last the Ottawa government is beginning lo  realize that something must be clone'to ineel lhc  insistent demand of the .working-classes, of Can  acla for government.regulation* of prices hn food  commodities. The demand lias become louder  each week, in face of department assurrancos  that the regulation of food prices was quite beyond the scope of the Government. Hon. Arthur  Mcighcn, acting 'minister, of !*jusljJce, has pre  pared two bills to be presented to Parliamen  which will pave the way for further action by  the Government. The lirsl bill provides for lhe  formation of a trade commission or court which  will have powers very similar lo the railway  commission,   The second bill gives autluMiiy for  *    ������������������������������������������������������     --���������������������������������������������-������������������������������������&,       *>-������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������    -.-A- :-..-������������������������������������������������������ A- -^WfUJ^SpwISl  f ���������������������������<--���������������������������* *���������������������������'      *. V-.    is..* i     'j-Ja ~B%r,\^.rL_   ^~k^r^*HHr������������������riE?vl  Subscribe for the Commoner  and keep in  touch  with the  advancement of the district.  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The result of such a formula is all that you could osk in  brilliance-of color and in proper "body"���������������������������a point which  give* a line lasting finish, excelling all others in "covering capacity" and in durability. Paint with B-H "E: g-  Ksh" Paint-rand your house is protected for years, where  ��������������������������� coat of ordinary paint will last but a few months.  FULTON   HARDWARE   CO.  Heavy and Shelf Hardware  Enderby, B. C.  hi bitter to  [PAINT,  13���������������������������19  tt������������������ANm������������������AM.MfcNPfc������������������gON  >���������������������������&-.  ft*  ������������������ fcVom June 13th  No. 1,60c lb No. 2, 58c lb  Butterfat  at   any   shipping point in the  Okanagan   Valley.  BB^^^^^^_wm__m-_w^m^^^^^  A Farmers' Company.    Financially sound.     Payments for Creain made monthly.     Deliver can to  the railway company for dispatch to      .    _     "  ���������������������������**���������������������������'        ���������������������������__ '       _       s~   '   -  1 -" -���������������������������  Kelowfta Cfeamety, Ltd.  x, .Emptycam prpniptly^retiinicd.- 7 7 --���������������������������_'���������������������������-���������������������������  ' --)���������������������������* J        -. . V  , PwWwg: orjtepairwg  THP fQW-CIWJNQ A?tp QOOP VAPUBS:  . ;No. 4 Ceiling, pooling aijid Siding.. $20.00 per n  N9, 2 PintcnMOM, 2x I nnd 2x0 .:. .$25.00 per M _ * ":  JNut'b S|������������������f������������������ Pr<Pen Wood .������������������2.50 per load *   -  OKANAGAN SAW MIllS. ltd mm  Ro Yoh Wnnl Something  -vVv^rtF|p|||���������������������������^=4  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-"���������������������������^"^���������������������������**���������������������������f*  VvV-;vVV..r.--..- ���������������������������-"' fi  j   .    and cannot gcj it in town, write, wire or phone to U  | Tf&^^gan Electric I  ? /' *" -:  V Vernon       - ^ ,H  fi   Wc'('payj iBxprcss to Annstrong and Enderby v I)  j ,^ge*iitsff^rrtNpHbc"rnripii?ctnc |������������������anu Ki������������������hling Plants. x  *���������������������������*       ?    '"   ' V '.   - 'II  lc1.  \\\  I**-  If  IJ  Mr.  Merchant  Tlie next'time you require ������������������-���������������������������  anything in Commercial C'  Printing���������������������������  Utterbeads  Uose-Uaf Ir  Standard  Billheads    .  Envelopes    *'���������������������������  Circular Utters  Business Cards  Etc.,  Tell'us your needs and let us give you an estimate on the  cost We can give quick service and produce Job Printing  that satisfies, at live aiid let live prices.     Phone or write.  THE WALKER PRESS. Endethi,, n. c.  A   few , days' ago   an   Ottawa  despatch lold the people ol'Canada  that il had been definitely  decided   by   the   powers tliat bc  lo again appeal   lo   the  eleclors  in lite lorm ol a Union Covern-  incn(, oif a  recon.slrucli\e  platform. This information i-> given  periodically !jv iJltn'v.-i.    Il is a  political  "feeler,"  whicb  i.s  iibt  rcccived_ willi any degree *of en-  thubiasnT.     F.icl   is,   this   news  docs nol appear to be accepted  as good news.   The Easl, in the  large financial and manufacturing centres especially, seems to  lavor   the-Union    Government  idea. "But not   so   in   the West.  "No   more  Union    Government  for mci'"  is-lhc  political slogan  of both  Liberal  and Conserva-  livc, of Ibc rank ami file.    Onc  docs   nol   hear  any  clearly  defined reason given; bul there is  lhe leeling expressed,  /fhere is  ii' reason,   no  doubt-     It  is  explained )w Turner's Weekly as  clearly as il can bc defined by  anyone.  "II   is ��������������������������� generally   conceded,''  says    Ihat^ weekly,    "on    every  hand  except  in    the   House of  Com mons,. that  there is "something   (he   matter   with   Union  Government.    The Liberals imagine that what is wrong with it  is that it is not Liberal.    What'  is wrong with  the government  is  that it does not seem  to,be  callable  of  grappling  with   the  greal mailers that confront the  nalion internally. . There is no  indication that opposition members  would   do  better  if  they  were in "power.    Why is it that  lhc cabinet*seems so inefficient  at this lime of crisis?   ���������������������������They are  capable'men, all of them; have  made  successes   at . their  own  business, j.   They    have, no one  will doubt, the good oCCanada  at heart.   (Thcy arc anxious to  do the right.thing. ~ Why is it  Ihen,   lhal'   Ihey    have   utterly  1 alien down in-dealing with the  present industrial unrest?   Perhaps they do not think lhcy are  falling   downV and  that if, the  strikes which have broken out  and-are breaking out in differ-*  cut" partsJJ-6IV the- country,'are  .smashed'and the Hag qf union  labor forced 'income t|ow"n,~they  will have dealt successfully-with  lhc   silualion.    'But    everyone  knows away down inside b'irii  lhal such air end wj|j not be an  end lo industrial unrc.sf injCan-  ada.     Why'iV-lhc  governmcnl  failing?    because lhc jncnibcrs  arc lob   old,   too   Conservative,  too''financially robust," too "staid,  loo res I ful and respectable���������������������������rc-���������������������������  ���������������������������spcctablc  meaning  in   this  instance the adjective-used^ to describe -men, with  silk'hats and  smug  oullooksf    Thcy" arc too  sure of lhc idea lhal in Canada  the rich and Ihe poor have an  equal    chance;*'  too    sure filial  money means mental and moral  strength;  loo imbued with the  idea   thai   what.a  man  without  money says must be the utterance of a crank; thcy have nol  sxx tiered   enough   in , thc__ war;  papers; lliey arc out of date, old-  fashioned;   the war rolled over  tbem  and  didn't crush "ah.-old  idea out of Ihem; thcy are" nice  men, bul too old, not in age, but  in 0111 look, fear and hope.  "Whal  is   the   remedy?    We  want  in  the governnienl  young  men who havc I ought  recently  and worked recently, who knew  what they were fighting for and  who have not too much money;  men who have conlacl wilh the  workers;    not   wild-eyed   anarchists, or woc-brcd Bolshe\ists.  but men who can look a situa  lion in thc face wilh unsmoked  glasses and acl radically if radicalism  means  lhe salvation of  the people-   There are such men  ���������������������������plenty of Ihem���������������������������and thcy arc  representative   Canadians   in   a  much fuller sense Hum Ihe men  at  Ottawa    who    have  devoted  lhcir lives lo politics and money.  Why Cream Sours  Why is it that some farmers  will deliver cream of a certain  age in a sweet condition while  others deliver cream of the same  age that is sour? The answer to  this much ^discussed question involves certain,-principles   which Ivas-tatcd Europe and distracted  the average cream producer does hthc world.   Jl manifests the vie  vinf-   ���������������������������B.r^xi-  c***Awt     4-sv     4-Vn a-m^.* a.1. 1..       *  London, .June .'JO.���������������������������Alter news  of lhe signing of peace had  bcen received, lhe following was  issued over King George's signature :  "Thc signing of the treaty of  peace will be received with deep  lhankf ulness throughout the  British Empire. This formal act  brings lo its concluding stages  thc terrible  war wheh has de-  "George \\. IS'  not yet seem to thoroughly un  derstand.lt is primarily to set  forth some observation made by  the writer last summer that-this  article is-written at this-time  when he should be   getting into  tory of ideals, of freedom and  of liberty,   for whiclrwe have  made untold sacrifices.  , ."I share my people's joy and  thanksgiving,      and     earnestly  shape to properly' handll our "'^S'���������������������������* ������������������������������������������������������ earnestly naiance, the American . pcopl  cream during the hot weather p unci pray lhat the coming stretched oul Ihe hand-of, lei  that"will soon be here. ^    years  of peace  may bring- to lowship  to-those who���������������������������piir-lhi  ' Wkn iethova o   GAXA  T.-C ������������������������������������* : : ! ^-= 1 ^-= J --    -' ���������������������������>"  Why is'there a field of bats on  your farm? A field of oats is'possible because the seed is sown on  good soil.iThe soil is then exposed  tc ideal growing condition such as  plenty-of moisture and warmth  of-- the," sun.- The seed then  sprouts and ,the field becomes  covered with a green mat. _  Similar conditions must ontain  in'order for cream to sour.i- JBac-  teria correspond to the oat seed  and cream to the soil.    Bacteria  differ from the oat seed*in that  they - cannot be' seen, with the  naked eye and also-in the fact  that when they, get; into\eream  and are given   proper 'growing"  conditions; which means a temp-^  erature)6f 55 to 75 .degrees F.,  they-reproduce and and hence increase in numbers  rapidly:, The  bacteria once in the cream begin  to attack the.milk sugar in," the  cream and convert a portion of  it over into a crop of milk acid,  or lactic acid as it is called.   .  . 'When about .25 to .3 per cent  qf this acid- is  formed -in..the  cream it begins to taste sour and  the longer the bacteria arc allowed to _work   the- more ��������������������������� sour--.it  tastes. Hence it can be seen that  if cream contained no milk sijgar  orjfall the bacteria that have  the power of changing this sugar  into acid could be kept out of  the cream - there   would be   no  such.thing as sour cream, -and  if cream were properly, cooled  and held there- would be no such  thing as sour cream 4 during the  time" cream is  commonly held.  Jt js essential to understand this  fundamental principle that only  the action ;of bacteria  on  the  milk sugar of the cream at proper temperature for^the growth  of    these   bacteria*  can    cause  cream to sour. ~, s  King's Peace Greetings  tbem    every    increasing happi  ncss and prosperity.  (Signed)  King George sen I lhc follow  ing, message  lo  Preside'fil   Wilson: ���������������������������   *���������������������������   -  "In this glorious hour avIicii  the long struggle of nalions for  right, justice and freedom is a I  last crowned by a triumphant  peace, J greet yoil,-Mr. r'Prcsi7  dent, and the great American  people in the name of thfi British nation. - % -  ��������������������������� "At a time when fortune  seemed lo I'rowh and life issues of thc war trembled in lhe  balance,   the  American'* people  I-  lis  side of llie ocean were battling  for a righlcous cause. Light  and hope a I mice shone brighter  in our hearts and a new day  dawned. '  V'-Togelher wc htive fought lo  ii happy end; logclhcr we lay  down our arms in proud consciousness of valiant deeds nobly done.   JJ  "Mr. Pi-esidcnl il is on this  daj-'onc of our happiest thoughts  I haf" lhc American and British  people, brothers in arms, will  continue forever to hc brothers  iii/peace. United before by  language." traditions, kinship and  ideals, ���������������������������> there lias now been set  ���������������������������upon our fellowship the sacred-  seaLof, common sacrifice."  -  Ihcy are too sure of the next  meal; lhe\' are too prone "to regard condilions in Canada before the war sis ideal; llVey arc  loo old; Ihey believe too much  wha I   I hey   read- -in^-llic -. news-  Clocks without, han^s or  faces are now common in  Switzerlandv=The���������������������������timepiece  stands in^the hall, and yyhen  a button is pressed, by means  of phony graphic arrangements it calls out "Half past  five" or ".Five minutes toi  nine," as the case may be.    I  x Ottawa, June 30.���������������������������Peace wi||  be celebrated in Canada'on formal proclamation lhal lhe war  i"Ta faJn ciii 17^rJ^STrea ii a.vj������������������c<|  in the House of Commons lhis  morning il il was intended to  celebrate lhe 'signing of the  pence treaty.-Sir Robert JJordcn  replied that the signing of the  treaty did nol bringVibbut thciment thai the most appropriate  peace.    Thai could-.be only accomplished  by  ratification   and  prbcliMnsTfibnTlt^  of ||ie treaty lhe proclamation  could nol.be made until lhree of  the Allied powers I fad concurred  ih thc ratification. Jl was believed by the Dominion Govern-.  lime -for a peace celebration  would.be when peace is pro-  claiiiiedr=i="l_=caiiiiots="spcak==ifor"  the United Kingdom or for the  other Dominions," Sir Robert  added, "but so Jar a.s wc arc  concerned I think we should celebrate . the proclamation of  peace when it i.s made."  ���������������������������������������������.  GUARP. AGAINST FIRE  THE FACTORY  -mcuiNi) nn*: ma chink  " .Tliis is a \ci-v iiiipcirt.'inl  poinl I" consider in buying   ;i     Sfwnif,'    Miicliine.  THE  "White" Rotary  is    made    in    onc   of   Hie  Im gust   :ind   mosl   modern  <������������������������������������������������������ - "     lactones    in     llie    world.  -" '".- "���������������������������- V       -  *  ,   I UK WIUTK h;is heen maniif.-iclmed and .sold for  over 3!) \c.irs���������������������������more than two million have heen .sold  .''lo .satisfied,>.sers���������������������������and j.s lucked lod.iy b>  a company"    '  'as .strong financially as C'i'hi aliar.  Tlie   iWabilily,   Depcndahililx    and   Desirability  of the WHITK nOTARY  i.s  umiucslioneri.  Come and get yours.    Evqv\  machine gmirantccd..  mswufHesmSirr^s^t-  MELP OUR PATHOL MAKE B C. l-OKUSTo t.wt.  ���������������������������-  Every Machine is Guaranteed  --Fiilto^uHardware Co. Lte.  v:M)Kmn\ k.c  A OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1919  If you want to be happy don'! [    Cheap Ihinkiii  look'for it "outside of your work,  ing   will   do   more  g and high kick-  And'if you cannot be happy in  the'"work you are doing, find another job.  to   unselllc  business in Canada Hum the Bul  chevik   bogie cheap   politicians  arc .;<> prone to set up. J  ant Ads  2c.-i ������������������<inljir>t innui-tion. lc n wool wic-li in������������������<-r-  tiim tli-i.-.ii'i-r: 25c miniiniitn clmrjrc: 10c i-xLr.-i  win r*. c ������������������Mi i\ni: not nci-onipany oi-fler.  In the Spot Light  On the"*"stage of business thc spot  light i.s on thc man who .���������������������������uhernsc  Our   Classified   \V;inl   Ails will  place you or your needs in thc lime  light of public attention.  ������������������     If ^ou h.������������������ve not tried them, their  illuminating power will surprise vou.  DISSAPKAItKI)���������������������������Annie. wife of  Chief Kdward, has heen missing  or lost on reserve I'm- several  thus. Any. information as lo  whereabouts, please convev lo  Chief  Kdward. 17-lp  FOH SAI.K ���������������������������1X acres, pleasant Iv  silnaled, river frontage, tforul five-  rooined house with concrele ha.se-  nienl rellar, verandah, water in  Ihe house; hir.i>e harn; lar.ge ami  small fruit: \'A acres under cul-  tivalion, halaiKje liarn vard anil  wood lot. Price SI.OOII, suhjeel  lo ������������������������������������������������������?!.'WO mortKiiHc held hy Soldier Selllement Hoard. Would  suit returned soldier. Bernard  lifisnniiin. f'ii'indi-od. 1*5. ('..       17-'..'i>  t- sr   ���������������������������..   tf vr sr   ������������������,r fcs- tr t* fc* t.������������������ l.r sr   sr  ������������������1    J*    J*    JS    J.     Ji������������������  J. .*    Ji,    J-, JH    JS     JS    5.    JN  J's  Having helped to ad-  just thc situation in  Europe, wc are back al  Jhe old stand ready for  business ��������������������������� painting,  kalsomining, p n p e. r  hanging. Try     our  prices.  C:  G.  PIPER  Box 43 Enderby  C. F. B. License No. 9-3-109  If you ha vent tried   our hams  . and bacon  you  have  nol  tried  thebett  GEO. K. SHAilfE  Wholesale and Retail Butcher  Endcrhy  l-'OM SAI.I-:���������������������������\ knitting machine A  snap at $10. ��������������������������� Also 2(10 feel of  2-inch canvas and ruhher hose,  *2f>.  A  siiap.    Turner &  Donald-  >;mi      Fiirl������������������M-hv.  STHAWUF.RHIES   Fresh     from   Ihe  vine.    Orders taken  now.    Harry  Cross;   phone 3.'5,  Knderhy .'!  o4  *  Pleased  Customer  -i  .-        . .  Is one of my besl advertisements.  One of Hic'iiost important' condilions to secure satislied customers  is to sell merchandise which" we  can .stand behind.  I purchase good jewellery from  inantifaclurers who "are proud of  Iheir product and they are willing  to  he  thoroughly   identified   ns  the  makers.  DIAMONDS  WATCHES mid  .IKWELKKHY,  "CUT CLASS and  rSII.VKIUVAKK.  Call and look-over our "now-; goods.  5 j. C. Adams  Till: QUALITY .IKWKLKU.  - Armstrong, B.C.   . -  THE (1REATEU USE YOU.  (,I-;TOUTOFTJ:JE  TELEPHONE THE I3ETTEH  IT Will PAY YOU.  USE IT l^'On--LONG P1SJANCE  CALLS,"ANU  NOTE THE  SAVINO IN  TIME ANp IIIE  EASE WITH WHICH YOU  CAN DO BUSINESS.  ;: Fire Wipes Out Arm-  *'������������������������������������������������������       strong Business Blocks ;;  ������������������.*  Js  Armslrong was visil' d by n mosl destructive (ire lhis "  (Thursday) morning al ! u cluck, when a blaze was dis- 'A  covered in liie rear ul lhc uesl oi' frame buildings" bet- ������������������  tween the Armstrong Hotel ami Avalon .Theatre. "  'hie alarm was promptly sounded, arid, Ihe lire hall be- K  close at baud. scvcral--slreanis of water, were soon playing.    ������������������  The names rapidly gol headway, ami' soon Uic Sage s;  Block, llie. Armstrong liole-i and grocery slore adjoin- *;  ing,-. lhe* Ladies* lies I Loom, -McDonald ���������������������������& Go's I'ruil ���������������������������������������������  .warehouse and the old res.^uraul building adjoining,  llie Avalon Tlieaire. the Okuutigan livery Jj;irn aud the  Fire Hall were seen lo be doomeii1. ��������������������������� TJie, I'ueodeparlmcnt  and citizens .���������������������������_>,<.iierallv Im-sicd lhcir aiLention to saving  v. h;d could bc snv.Mi in Hie e buildings, and llie business blocks across  lhc .slreel.  Tin  Inn  enveiloped   by, llamcs  also saved before Ihe stable.-; caughl.  Across   llie  slreel.   in   llu- brick    block,    lhe-   windows,  awniii.ijs.  elc.   were  badly dainagcd'.   bul   lhc   buildings    x  siivcd. "        Ji  An  eslininle of  Ihe  loss has not been made K  ���������������������������    The origin of lhe lire i.s a'myslcry. ������������������  11 was only Ihrniigh lhc excellent work of lhc lire de- "  jiiirlnii'iil lhal lhe Haines were confined to lhc block ol '������������������  buildings  destroyed. St  ���������������������������C ������������������t������������������ *lt   *iC   tt   sr   s.   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   w sr   sr   sr  *���������������������������> ,.rs   rs   js   ������������������ *��������������������������������������������� j^   .... j.   ������������������ js   js   is   J* 3* #*  conleiii- ol   ||.e ..;;���������������������������<;e'.|-y .slorc and lhe hotel furni-  wrc   iviiiu\r(|   in sal'ei;   before  lhc  buildings  were  The liverv horses ;ind rigs were  ������������������.  it  it  KKANK ADMISSION  'Yes. It is Quite True, I Am  SoVry to Kay,"' says Premier  Oliver, "That an Inquiry >s  iJein������������������- Conducted."  OKANAGAN TKKKPUONE CO.  kitiLkkkJUttfcM  i^ir^r  5333  The Famous Flora nee Automatic Oil Slopes  ami oven. Prices-.-12 burner, ���������������������������'j'LILoO; '} burner,  $27.oO; ovens, ."7)7.(ia.  Befrigeralors, y(i.(!() lo ������������������������������������������������������? 17.00 lo ^f)O.(K).  Ciardcn Hose, No/./.les. (lmi])lings, Washers,  and Sprinklers.  Churns, Washing Machines.  Scythes and Scythe Sloncs.  Hay Carriers mid Forks. Mope aiTfl Cable.  We anticipate your requirements and endeavor lo merit your every want in lhe hardware  line-  Sharpies Suclion-I'ecd Separators.  McClary's Hangcs.  The famous While Sewing Machines.  luiiibum  .���������������������������I   IlealiiiL'.  A frank admission lhal ;i gov-  crnnienl encpiiry is no*w being  niiide inlo lhe recent piu'cbase  by thc Land Settlement Board  of the Christian ranch'al Kelowna, and that appropriate action  .will follow lhc conclusion of lhe  enquiry was made by Premier  X)liver lo life Vancouver Province a few days ago'.  'Fhe story current is thai lhe  Minister of Agricullurc recently  recommended, and Ihe cnbinel  approved, Ihe purchase of the  -MO-acrc Christian ranch outside  Kelowna, on tlie repealed recommendations of Mr. Frank dcllarl  who is ;i director oi'; lhe Land.  Selllement Board' I'or lhe Kelowna district. The-price paid b  lhc (iovernnienl was jj\)I>.000. il  being understood lhal lhis was  the lowest price the actual owners of Hie properly would lake.  Certain information, il is-said,  ���������������������������iinie lo lhc kiiowled'.f of llu-  (.iovcrnificnt aflcr the sale was  consummated, which led lo tui  investigation being made. The  result of the invesliqalion is said  lo show lhal the sale which Mr.  dellart recommended was nol a  purchase from llie actual vendor  but lhe purchase of the laud under ;i short option wliich nelletl  tin' option holder. President  Morrison of lhc Kclowun Liberal  Association, nearly $10,1100 pro-  lit. The.opliou held by Mr. Mor.  rison is sjuil lo have been ob-  liiined for -$100 by lhal gentie-  niiiii cai^lv iu December l;isl.Sixty ilays laler il Avas-renew<-d for  ten days for a further #">00. bul  fi sinn of $000 discount was allowed oil" Ihe purchase price of  $2-1,000 when the payment was  made in Ihe middle of March..  ITis SiiHlTba  Settling Winnipeg Strike  The decision of the strike  com mil tee which ends a si niggle Ibid will havc been exactly  six weeks in ell'eel al 11 o'clock  on Thursday follows a conference of delegates of the strike  ciimmillec wilh Premier No,rris  ancl members of lhe Provincial  (iovernnienl yesterday morning.  They pul> forward' lhe proposition (hid if v lhe governmcnl  would appoint a commission to  investigate ii.ilo the strike and  selllc all disputes thcy would  call oil' lhc general strike. Thc  reply of lhe government was  that lhcy had nol changed from  their original position lhal the  general strike must bc called oil'  lirsl. If that were done then a  commission consisting of H. A.  Lohson, K.-C...would be appointed. It wits intimated (hat it had  been lhc intention.of lhc government for some weeks to appoint  this commission, but action by  yjlhe strike committee was await  ed  in  regard  lo calling oil"    the  slrike.  These hot summer clays arc  made more comfortable by freely laking Sawyer's ice cream.  11 never will pay you lo bake  when lhe wealhci; is hot. You  'can gel lhc besl bread and oakes  ;d. .loo's.  The car of  quality at a  low price.  . We are convinced the  demand in Enderby and  district will be for the  better-class car. _ And  we have anticipated  1 his demand by taking-  tlie agency for the  popular Gray Dort. If  interested let us demonstrate to you the  car's superior qualities.  Jas. McMalion & Son  New Garage      Vernon Rd.  ������������������**%  t  low at.your service     |  s  !  I  I  m*  1IFQ  'v-.Oj  Eub*  r-v'  vV:>  jGenefal^A-Ccessories ������������������������������������������������������;  Ford Parts. & Repairs  tr  r-. 5  xoerieneed-sin riaJiiQiieg genera!  ii  Ac =���������������������������    '���������������������������  Jrii. iJt ti.<Ji   *. ^--^. v.'..".*. i\Z:.iA  411 work guaranteed  jas. McMahon & Son '   \  ���������������������������HSV  Vernon Road  Endci-by   fj'  Clocks without hands or  faces are now common in  Switzerland. The timepiece  stands in the hall, and when  a button is pressed, by means  of phonygraphic arrangements it calls out "Half past  five" or "Five minutes to  nine," as the case may be.  MEET ME TO-NIGHT AT  LEONARD'S fitLLfARD  PARLOR  Palace Livery  Ed. Sparrow, Prop-  It' vou AViint a good driver, wc  have" it.    All kinds of light and  hcavv ilraying.    Team work ol'  ill kuuls.    Harness repaired.  Vernon ftoad  Jpndcrby  c  '���������������������������Misssay ������������������a  Wc are'prepared to fill your   basket  with   the best "eats" for ths  outing da^s.    Bring your order to us.  Teece Sz Son  Ewderby  j-ENPEfiPY-SUPPLY COMPANY |  The Men's  anc}  Poys"  Store of  Erwjerfay  Tlu7" iiivcsligiilioii  nuidc by lhc (idvcrnniciil shows  Ih.'il lhc IriinslVr lo Mr. Morrison  \v;is iikkic oii-lhc same diiv ti~i;11  Mr. Morrison IninslVrred lo Ihe  (lovcrninc'iil. and (hul in nddi-  lion lo lhc profil of .f;1.)!)!)!) which  Mr. Morrison niiide on lhc deal,  hc gol lhc slock and iniplemcnls  of the ranch, which arc valu'.-i!'  :il over $ I ()()(). L  In   making   lhc   rcromincnaa: | |j  ���������������������������iff    "  j Morrison.Director Frank dcllaii   (Jox:  , i.s  Siiid   lo   have   urged   lhal   lhc  | properly  would bc ideal  I'or di-  ' viding up inlo siiiiil) holdings for  'soldier sclllers.  '"Vcs.   il   is   ri ni If*   Irue.   i, am  ��������������������������� ���������������������������-orry lo    :-:;iy."    sin led   Preinier  I ��������������������������� Oliver, "lhat tin enquiry such as  II vou indicnlo i.s being condiielcd.  I' I ctinnol make :\ny finincr s':M"-  I'liicnl  unlil   I   have   received'  iPc  : final  reporl ;ind' conferred wilh  i lhc minislcr of ngricullure, !)i'l  i  I-  LUata  I C^ps  1 Shirts  1 Closing-  J  Underwear  jj Boots & S^oes  A   Agenls I'or lhe I'ATUICPHO  . V   lhc ninchiiK"' lhat plavs all in  ions for lhc purcluw from ?i!r. J ft    ,,������������������������������������������������������ |.(.t.(ll.{|s  0)<=>o<=>()<  Now is the time  to order your- supplies  for tire Preserving Season  Wc have stocked hoavilyVn all sizes bf Scalers:. ������������������  E-Z, Economy, etc. .  All  kinds of tops avail- ���������������������������  - ���������������������������    able.        Order early and;avoid  being-, disap-,  pointed should   the supply become exhausted."  VE. B. XTrlJ^   ; ���������������������������-���������������������������-  R|cn's Wear       .   '      Groceries -En������������������'������������������������������������'U.v,:]|5. C.  Ctiuadiaii Footl Control   J.icense-'No. 8-17170.    .   -  A name that-stain  KiFig Edward Hole!  ir the best in hotel service  P. H.-MUiiPHY  I'i,(i|irii.,lrM-  pntferty  ^r;yoil    niiiy   s;iy  &   such  ;;!-.|-  as  lhal   1 sh;)  I".'  . ; in > !i:.  Fdlloi  Ltd  'CT  "v  lardware Co  Among   lhe   returned  I 'I    I'C'iel)    ,\ I ��������������������������� * 11 *������������������������������������������������������ I !  , i:  ["Mj ) ���������������������������<  soli.'ii'r-,  llll.S    W������������������'i l\  When you t>uy 4if ect  from th^  Manufacturer  Von arc bound to gel a lower price on thc principle  of   "from   workshop  to home direct."  Wc arc manufacturers.    Take   I'or  instance  Wed- .  ding Mings. Signet Mings, Gold  Brooches' as  well  as  many articles of jewellery made, to your order.  *7.-;>y of (he articles mentioned are nic.de by rs and  ��������������������������� !;   ;:������������������������������������������������������.:   V   cur slore and   windows   which   arc  inaniifiicliiivd   rigli!   i: -re  iu   Vernon.  So you ce<; how il i.s lhal   v.c sel! I'or less.  .v!:  C. T  <3 *  -VC'IV  WHITEN  ;���������������������������.    /���������������������������      ' .        Vernon, 13. C,  1\/s~.AI'IJT5 yoiir i~ohcy wor'< and corn rA)\rSSiS\-r.r<;.  ���������������������������; J.J.r, Si>:t?cn 'J'hrift Stamps arc exc'iangcabie for  a- $4.00 War Savings Stamp, and for every War  Savings Stamp you accumulate the Dominion of  Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00 in 192-1.  ff Invest the interest on your Victory Bonds and  make :���������������������������. ./������������������������������������������������������_.:  IS'l  -.:   C.v-ii  &&*%  : ���������������������������: .     -o  ^>. $ ������������������& ^& ^?V;-  ���������������������������in*' \A>--^i   ������������������v->='     v.- tut   ���������������������������*!>'  4  j  m  .���������������������������ii  +lzm*WS?**rWgZ!^^

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