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 Vol. 13, No. 16.'Whole No  Okanagan  Proves StwnaT"",""7/""x""^"!!Ki!s"p"":^"^r  J.    J   \J VI^O     ^J LlsVJ.tyi      Mrs. \Varwick is on a visil to      Geo. LUUc bikc(l ���������������������������    lo Mabel Ipanied by hi* wife? arrived lhis  tS    thc Coast. .      r;ake Wednesday. U-eek from overseas.  THE LABORATORY REPORT  Chemical and Baking Test Demonstrates Wheat Grown in  This District to be of Best  Quality.  o  cs  ������������������3  in  t/i  to  tr.  .71  ���������������������������������������������<  1  i���������������������������.  *���������������������������  i���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ������������������  W  mo  i<~<  .���������������������������,  ,           TZ  c-i  i���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������<  \r  1^  Ci  MM  1-H  o  ���������������������������  The following letters and  laboratory lest "are self-explnn-  jilory:  Victoria, June Oth, 1919.  James Enienv, Esq.,  Endcrhy^ B. C.  ' Dear Sir.���������������������������1 am enclosing a  copy of a leller and report received from the chemist who  did the chemical and baking  tests on lhe wheals grown on  your farm lasl year. You will  note lhat hc would wish lo duplicate his tests. 1 wonder would  you still havc saftiplcs of lhc  wheal on hand.  Trusting everything ' is progressing favorably.  Yours truly,  EVERETT ilOCiAN,  Sojj!   and  Crop   Instructor:  ��������������������������� i^ i^- r-1^ i> i-i. i^ f>J  o  r~  v>  Western  Canada  Flour Mills  Co.,  Ltd., Winnipeg, Man.,  May 27lh, 1919.    .  Mr. - Evcrcll   Hogan,   Soil   and  Crop    Division,    Live    Slock  Branch,    Provincial    Govcrn-  -   '-ment, B.C.  Dear Sir,���������������������������Attached please  find report on wheats for lesl-  The delay in sending tins has  been unavoidable due to unexpected arrangement of work in  our laboratory. Wc counted on  ��������������������������� a slack season whereas wc havc  been crowded with analysis so  thai wc had difficulty in work-,  ino in these les Is. -  In the" lirsl place 1 would like  lo note lhat the original Saskatchewan, seed did nol.show  _ anything extra in quality and  docs nol come up to our average  standard of Manitoba wheat;  Sample No. l���������������������������was practically  unlit J or milling from n quality,  point" ol   view.    Sample NoV 2  was decidedly belter, -yefshow-  \ingj; lhc same characteristics" as  ,_-* NbrlT'Tj-'aTYhof account for this  ,  and    moreover '"examples    like  Ihis, make' one want  lo repeat  i-   Uic Icst.'V '- ���������������������������    "-"- '      ':-.-"���������������������������"  : Samples Nos. ..3 and 4' were  very  .much  alike,   having Jail'  strength" buL���������������������������a "peculiar    pale  crust.- -    - -������������������"*., _  , - Ka in loops samples   were   ah  weak although displaying differ-,  , cnl characteristics,'loaves lack-  Jug expansion but   not   having  lhe peculiar crust of No. 3 unci  No. 'I.     V  -".   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S. D. Glen arrived on Monday from Siberia-  ��������������������������� #���������������������������%  Lieut. L-J.Proclor and family  arrived from- overseas on Monday.  J*  Mr. A. C. Skaling spent lhc  week-end in Vancouver on business.  sr  Born���������������������������At Vancouver, June  5, 1919, lo Mr. and Mrs- R. 13.  Oldforcl, a daughler.  SB,  Mr. (I.T^. AIcM^ahon attended  the annual convention of the J.  (A. 0. F. in Vancouver last week.'  :;  ��������������������������� Don't fail lo sec llie lacrosse  match   on  thc Armstrong   field  this (Thursday) evening," .HS.il).  Bit '  Pie. Arthur Teccc is expected  home lhis week. He is now  \jsiling friends on the Prairies-  x  Messrs, Sage & Keith sold 20  acres of the John Melligan farm  lhis week to JMr.Gordon French.  Mr. F. A. Kirkpalrick, largo.  lumber dealer of Toronto, was  in Endcrhy'last week on business-  Thc Glover Block was sold  lhc past week lo Mr .A. D. Renaud,   Mr.   Hasscn    pulling   thc  transaction   Uh-'hiqIi.  -   X  Mi*.   Sellers   - ncl   family   arrived from Chase lasl week and  look-tip residence in'"The Parsonage," on Cliff, street.  Mrs.-\V. Lowes and Mrs. A.  Wilson, were visitors of Enderby from lhcir ranch'liomcs near  Armstrong on Wednesday.  i\Iiv Jno. -McMahon returned  from^Vancouver.this week and  is" hard atVvork^jniepaiTn'g for  the.opening, of" his^-garagc and  reiiair'shop... %'u"/^V;V-'-- ,  " :Mr./an(l -'Mrs" B:],^:'Bradley,  olVChase,' left" SafurtlavJ on   a  The rains the lasl few days  havc materially helped lhc crops  here.  V.    ^  J. Evans and S. McQuinc of  Salmon Arm motored down on  busincss-lasl week.  *.r  Artliur Hayhurst and parly of  friends were down here on Sunday looking up old landmarks.  Thcrc is a rumor of several  ranches "(now vacant) of having  nev/ residents in lhe near future.  kr  On Sunday we had a earful of  Armslrong first of ,-uIv DooMers  here. We wonder whether oim-  jitney friends will-remember us  on the 1st of Julv.  Harry Coell arirveci from Ihe  coa'il lasl Wednesday. His many  friends were pleased lo sec him  looking so'-well after his many mcu\  exci ling experiences a L the-fronl.  Ms\ S. Poison of Enderby  while down here pn Mondav visited the school and so captivated  ihe yoimgslcrs^ a nrl teachers,  Ihev jircssed him lo come again,  and he. contemplates holding an  occasional childrcus' {alk-fcasl  here, *���������������������������>  A new sporl-jh being developed hereabouts al gopherland and  groundhog towji (Dick Blackburn's)-. A couple of ihe Mara  sharpshooters spent a portion of  a clay amongst the rodents and  account for somc hundreds," bul  lhere still arc immv more for fi  lure davs.  Anolhcr of  ihose    enjoyable  Mrs. A. Harding and daughter  left   on    Monday    for   Victoria  where lhcy will live.  ..  Mr.-J. E. Hamilton has purchased the ofd "C'lamblc P.anch'"  on Plcasanl N'alieyroad.  *���������������������������������������������  Sergt. A. Gaylord. who went lo  France wilh the first from Armstrong, returned this week.        ,  Mr. J. W. BiVklcyJias Inkcn  over the poullry business Inirc-'  loforc handled bv A. E.. Sage.  ������������������r  Mr. D. S.  Hamilton, who re  cently returned from  the fronl,-  is visiting his brother, i\[r. F. J.  Hamilton. : <.  ��������������������������� - - se *  ,Mr.-W..Jones, an experienced  butcher, has accepted a posilioli  at Fred Murray's for the suni-  . Corpl. W. Parker, anolher  Armslrong boy, returned from  service overseas .this--week, glad  lo get homc. ���������������������������������������������  fcr  * * ,   '  ���������������������������Pis. R. E. Milcjicll'and A. Mo-  Gin ly, aHerJhcj.'war'yeiirs at the  front, came home..Ibis week,'  bolh in excellent health.   .   . -   .,  c  (Un  *i������������������  THRIFT, CANADA'S "NEED  Sir Thomas White Makes Financial Statement Showing Tre-  . in end u us Debt .Increase.  A complete review of the .fir  nancial position ol lhc Dominion as a result of Ihe^war .wilh  suggestions as lo .whal Canada  must do in orcierTo successfully  negotiate the nexl few dillicufl  Veai's were lhe features of Sir  Thomas While's annual financial sin lemon L preceding tarilf  aud taxation iHidgel annoiincc-  menls in .lhe Coinnions a few  days ago.  Probably lhe mos.l iliteresting  slalemenl made by ^jiVl-'hoiua^  was lhat the ultimate (KibVof the.  Do.miniun, when all_ expenditures are met will be $1,950;-  00()jf)(M), cxV $221), per.', head ��������������������������� bf  populalio'ii* and involving ai'van-  nuar-iiTferesl byiftW'Afof $115;*-  000,000-per annun'ir-"'The p'cnV  sicjjis \\i]|>cosl Iroiir^$35,000,000  lo If, J2,000,000 per annum. -While  lion in this regard as an asset  upon which we may with certainly depend. 11 is better lo  face our debt and other war liabilities as lhcy sland and assume  lhal wc musl be prepared' to  bear lhcir full burden by our  own strength and from our own  resources.".  BEE SWARMING  Measures Which May Be Taker  to Prevent Loss of Young  Bees.  The measures thai arc needed  lo control swarming depend upon the intensity and duration of  HhecddinifiaiiJce^of-the'swarming  iittpulse,"which in turn depends  chiefly on latitude and the date,  sizc~and duration.of thc honey.  How or ilows.in spring and cariv  "summer. ;,->'-  .-M������������������-many piaccs "in .southern  OiiOirioaherc is usu'allyJonly one  Aj^ellf^^i'kcdfand rather short  swarming by simply expanding  honey flow dining this perioit,  and it' is generally comparative  impressing upon lhe House the lly easy lo prevent swarming by  Mr. A. E.-Sage will have'an  aulo hearse in connection"-with-  the undertaking   parlors   hc..-is  establishing  in" Armslrong,  "Corpl.  T.  JFinla-y,- who. some  years ago, was leader pf lhc. Enderby band, returned' froin  lhe  front this week, looking in fine  '4hcallh and spirits-     .    ^     ->-���������������������������  fcr        '  Thc Hudson's Bay Company  strength lo sland up well,  nolc lhc characteristic qualities      Nos. :">, fi and 7���������������������������Char-..clcris-  }-'  of The three points such as 1  havc mentioned, the Kamloops  -and Enderby samples displaying  two distinct types- The peculiar  Jealurc of thc analysis is thc low  gluten content of Enderby sam,-.  pics coupled with lhc belter  qua lily. The lcs.ts on Enderby  and Kamloops indicate lhal  source of seed makes little dif  5     ..OO y^ JM CC'"?*< te'iD t^     ' . _-  No. l__yei-y poor sample, loaf  very weak. >  No.'- 2 ��������������������������� Considerably .hefi'cr  but wilh appearance of weakness.- _    "  No. 3 and No. 4^-Very' fair  flours, decidedly- pale enisled  but   'doughs - seem     to    have  sr  The" Vancouver Province was  not.-issued on Tuesday.' and the  newspaper has given notice lhal  Iherc-niay-"be^no issuc"fOr scv-'  eral clay Showing- lo .labor-disputes.    _-���������������������������;���������������������������"--  Mr. Renault is. building a  strong gen I's "furnishings business in. Armstrong. He"reports  a steady., increase in business'"  and is more than satisfied w'ilii  (hc outlook-   '>_,   ,,V  S      *  The Commoner is in-receipt  of a" lengthy .communication  from Mr. Geo" Bell, dealing  wilh thc question ~of tax legislation. Thc communication will  have' lo - be published-- ncxl  \\ cck.   "       ~      - ,   "'. -  Mr. W. Huffman . rclurncd  lhis week from Chilliwack;  where hc.had bcen called owing  lo. thc -serious illness A o'f "his  father. He reports Mr. Huffman  Sr.,_somcwhal improved in condition. "    -  .Enderbv  fan's ' who'-went  lo     >Mrs- ^- A- WMson, who-has  jcrencc, .whereas, that of Arm'- Vcnfoirlost Thursday to see l!icibcc.n' v������������������*itmfi--in-HamiUon. Ont.  strong shows a dislinci: diflcr- leaguc.game between  thc local V"(^?yic.KCaslc>" cl^!cs' I'cU!r,1?.f!  cuee.  As  Mtn-a'IIall lasl Wedncs'day night  lo welcome-IIio. Mara bovs who  have been doing their Jiit-overseas. As some'Of lliem arc aboul  >o resume their former pnsilions  il %\;as fell a .filling'lime" lo havc  a final galheringVQnile ;, nuiti-  b'M- of 'friends  from  Sicamous,  niolorlrip to SppkaneV'JMrs. W. Grincfrod. Enderby    and    Arm-  Anderson,  of Eiide'rby,''accom- strong were pi;ese:il and all \ol-  pbriying Ihem.'  - , .-:��������������������������� "_, cd il onc of the betd'limes ever  held at Mara. S\ ���������������������������  J  x ss������������������it n x a s������������������:; s! it n x x x a x  x ���������������������������'- - , v "      s  . ' -   it  GfRANDVIEW BENCH'NOTES  sociabje'iimcs was held al  the reports   an-increase,of /)()<"pei  tic weakness in all three loaves,  small and poor in every rcspecl.  ENPERB1VWINS BAS^RAli  All Rut Shut the Vernon'Tea'm  Out in One of Best ^League  t Games of the Season-    .    -  >\  for general conclusions  from lhis report,! would say  Mini SaskalchcwaTi seed takes  oixtjijfercii^dim'acjerislics in B.  ~CVITi~lhc case of-ITuT'EiKierby  lest lhc depreciation is very  .slightly, being more of a change  in characteristics.  In the case of Kamloops thc  depreciation is marked. .In the  Armstrong the depreciation on  Saskatchewan wheat is very distinct but is in pari contradicted  by the test on B. C. wheal al  (his point.  This is one pari of the lesl 1  would like for my own satisfaction lo confirm.        , r  The most peculiar feature of  lhc whole lesl is (haI (f<e Kamloops wheat looks strongest and  Ibc Endcrhy samples seem to  bc weakest m appearance.       i  Al the same lime much wheal  team'and. Vernon, .were well repaid. Thcy.-saw the besl game  of the scries plavcd. The .Enderby. boys played ball all the.  lime, priors werefew and were  not-serious. '-'-��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ; ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-    ���������������������������  lo Enderby on Monday, and will  again make hcr Jiomc wilh,her  son-and daughler, Mr. and Mrs.  II. R. Wilson.  The outlook for lumber con-  All plavcd, and all helped in  thc winning, but especial mention musl again be made of Enderby's battery.- W. Jones put.  up a star game. In onc inning  lie pitched only four balls.    Pop  flics were  hil  in  each case and , ,  Jones lidded them, stopping lunuslnng splendid music al  each bailer al 1st- ll was nen l,,u P'durc show.s-in the-Opera  until Ihe ninth inning lhat Vcr-4.1."11?50 Sl,l,II(1:,y nights, and (lie  >n  "I  -George Slbwards is "very busy  these days-clearing land."   7   -  Miss-OIga   Carlson  oL   Derp  Creek-visited hcr sister here lasl  Sunday, _  "The.crops here-arc looking  fine after the shower wc had the  olher day.      a r       "  ���������������������������' Jesse Tomkinson-is busy gelling a piece of-his-honicslcad  cleared up.  - Andy "Johnson of Deep Creek  was; a visitor to Grandview  Bench last Sunday. .���������������������������  --Mr. Poison held services in the  school house last Sunday and  had-" a very good congregation-  Will-preach again ncxl Sunday  afternoon alf three o'clock.  Everybody welcome.'  Entlcrby High School Report.  For lhc year ending June .'JO,  1919. The following promo-  lions havc been made from the  Preliminary Grade lo the Advanced:  Vera Sharpe   V .X~S.i%  linucsrTihough��������������������������� hc-mduslna TT^lTlcclrT^nK 1^^777^782:2^  unrest has; put a   'crimp'   m all Kenneth Brow,,    77.2%  business. I hc Enderby-null will  pul on a full night shift jusl a.s  soon as Ihe industrial situation  becomes more scHlled.  Thc   'Enderby    Orchestra    is  non succeeded in scoring, then  with one ruiVover and the bases  full,    Enderby    pinched   "Ihem  ms arc.(he besl of the First  National Service. 11 would be  a   distinct    loss .if    the   Opera  out just a.s (hey were preparing Hou?c ������������������"P������������������"y 'V.V'0 lo k'������������������",)l,ck  ,.7t.()'/o  ..60.8%  ���������������������������.IK.Xty  .05.0%  .5f).:5%  a inerry-g6-round.  The score was 4-1.  HOW ARE YOUR TAXES?  The Solution of the Tax Arrears  Problem  lhal   passes   through   Winnipeg    unci grades as high as onc degree;    mbcvlo,   cllITcnl   cUy   taxes  lk v   v-  is nol as good- as any of lliis  wheat. I refer lo a class of  wheal coming from tlie northern districts of thc three provinces. This problem we arc at  present working on for .-our own  mills.  I will bc frank in slating thai  I would like lb repeal this lest  all through or in part if by any  chance you have further sanf-  plcs- Wc would work at it in  two or three different ways and  also try to find further differences, particularly, in thc chemical analysis.  Respectfully yours,  L. D. JACKSON,     *  . Chemist.  could nol bc paid while-those of  previous ycars were -unpaid; "bul  under thc legislation now in  force lax arrers can bc cousoli-  lo   thc   cheaper   films..  Travelling on lis Reputation  Four Endcrhy Nimrods, full  of spirit and the milk of human  kindness, Forded lo Mabel Lake  lasl Sundav. They had a very  fair clay's fishing, and when the  sun wen I down, concluded if was  lime lo slart home. June showers are" warm, and lhcy do nol  lasl long. Bul Ihey arc wet. Thc  si lowers on Sundav we I Ihe coils  daled into a hihip sum, and one  fifth thereof, with inleresl, paid and'when'liicvwouncV" the iiTiic  each year wilh lhc currcnl ycars  taxes.   This will keep thc proper ljr in good standing, and pro?  lec,l lhe owner againsl tax sale andI the night "growing' daikei%  or courl proceedings year by with only two cylinders firing is  year as long as lhe payments are .... .  car up to start homc she had  only two cylinders working.  Twenly-five  miles    from   home  cpl up. Taxes levied in or before year 1917 arc now delinquent, ancl slops will havc to be  taken for their collection lhis  year unless properly owners  avail Ihcmsclvcs of the consolidation scheme.  Matilda   Oakes  Joyce   Rullan   . . .  Carl  Anderson   . .  Edward' .Hawkins  Rerlha - Peel       Roy  Strickland   .  ���������������������������    From lhe Advanced Grade to  Matriculation:    ,  Esther Carlson    83.1 %  Ruth  Carlson    8()..-5%  Nov Oakes .77.8'/  Verna   Peel    74.2%  Ernest Landon    00.5%,  The. matriculation examinations'will be held June 2^rd to  27lh inclusive. The standing of  llie'Enderby class I'or lhc year  i.s as follows:  Josephine Paradis    81.0%  Edilh  Adams   ..'. 78.2%  Lome  Landon    07.8%>  Eric  Winter    l)L(j%  Irene Carefoot    57.<f%  D. .1. WELSH, Principal.  ccnl "over lasl year's huMiipss-ln  its dry gooefs department. \This  is^an indication of lh'e,"gcneral  J rend of business-upward." ''  '������������������������������������������������������"<.. ���������������������������;���������������������������*: ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������'���������������������������  Pic- Olhc Rullan cniuc, in lhis  week, aflcr* two or three years,  at" the front.1"* Mr. and Mrs?  Rul tan -visited EiVderby- Tuci-'_  day lo sec lhcir; mother, Mrs;  McPhcrson. and" Mr. *, Hulti'nis*  sisters- "~ "~   - -  Sevcra!    purchases'-of   farm'  land  in   thje   vicinity  of;<Ann-  td.rongjJhe-,.. paALvt^LC'O.k.^Mjbt^s.,  Sage"-&-  Kei til    rcpprling, very  s-ilibfaelorv business" in real, os-  lale. transfers'." alicl'/lheigcneral  outlook iiiosl'ciicoiir;'igingk/ V-*"  ,   .    - /,ss j. . . ,  -,.V, -   Sa  The   b-ig   posters   advertising  the Dominion   DaY" celcb'raliqii  were" posted   this   week.     Thii  ])rogJ'am   of  sports-,: and attractions promis.es xx, goad'lime,for  all visitors, a.nd.a big crowd is  anticipated;'  Large"quantities, oil-carp-:nr<c.  being speared in the crock running, through "Armstrong. It Vs  Ihc-clcsirc of' the fish warden" to  sec these fish cleaned' On I. * Thc  Government stocked Okanagan  lake wilh carp somc years -ago.-  These fisli have'. all" bul destroyed lhc I rout in this lake aiicl  ils tributaries.' -        V '  'JMarricd on June 10lh aj. the.  Iiome of lhc bride's parenls'nci'i'v  Larkin. Christina, pi do J. I diingh-  tor-of'-Mr. Thojijas TVloMjsh.-kr  Thomas James 'Carswell. Ross.  Rev" Lennox Eraser of Venion  officiated. Aflcr spending a' lew  days'in the dislrict lhc happy  couple will leave for New Ybrk  wherc   they  wjll,:.'make- - lhcir  IlOlllQo , ..    .  ' fact, liiat lhc burden,to be borne  is li'cavy.'Sir Tliomas said Caii5*  'nda'was-iii a much bellcr position than many other;countries  and'thcFC was no reason why we  should be-discouraged. -v j'*' ���������������������������  ''The cost of the wai'Vip lo'  March 31, 'lhc. dose of-therfiscal  yea r, ��������������������������� was' $1,327,273,848.; - ������������������������������������������������������   - '  ���������������������������For the'financial year'it" was  Sji-loO.OOO.OOO ������������������is compared wilh  ^fi0,750,-!75 for lhc lirsl-year ofthc war, --  .  ��������������������������� '    ' l   "-  Durihig lhc war period .$275,''-'  013,977 of its principal cosl was  paid-pul of'revenue. ' \ViUCpc'ri.-  sions and inler.es! disbursbniehls  'ihc.anitHinl paid ou'liof-Irevcmie  was'$-l-">S,293,248: IV; f:irrs -' V  : The -iij'iancc." jiiinistcr-tbld 'the  House lhal clemobilizalion-cost  I'or the currcnl fiscal vcar..\voiild  bo'noi.-.less, llumv.���������������������������$2B0W,OOO,OOO>  and lolal cx]Kndtlu'rc-$620;(HlM),-  000:' RcvejHic'on.thc "olh'eT-4tah'd  will'nbL'c5:ceecr!?280,0()0;000,,or  aboul sufficient Jo-coverVordiii-  ary ,expcudilurcs^;.---JJicrcV;{\\ill-  have lo bc'al Jeas'Fonciiibre-Jonir  was-ahlc- lo annouhcc'lliat^rev-JJ  forty  millioir;<lo'llars haclibccn-devoled  ���������������������������lo war ���������������������������expenditure. -'.-.^s-** V" V ���������������������������  ..,. .Sir-. Thomas- spohViis, .follows:  *!J. do.\nq.l. in .lhc leaiit'ilcsire.lo  liiinimixe lhe "gravity'olVscrgrcaI  a^dcbl as'.now confroiils us.on  lhc threshold of. the'new era upon which/ wc ard''.cn"tcj;ing.-'.It  will.,conslitulc-'a''.,bur'dcn' -upon  jhc-.pcojilc of Canada-for gepcr-  alions.m,conic.- Fighting for.the  principles for-which wc: stood,  wc,could not and,did noLcbunt-  \\v& nio'ncy cost," whicli is'-Vcally  the least part of our sacriGces.in  Jhcilwaxv/.Thc,Lrealization.- lhat  a I "i hc grea lesl? crisis "i n *i������������������ j 1,11 is-  lory. -when Uic I ate-.of-../world  freedom  vftis -treiiiblriig' in-^lhe^  siniply.. .expanding , the- brood  clianibcr'in advance of rccpiirc-  niefits;.and- giving good ventilation VVY good ..practice is. to let  thc Jirood ��������������������������� hest. extend into the-  ���������������������������watdictLallday froni the house  'if.is-;often 'satisfactory to limit  swari'iniigT'o lhc priinc swarm,  a*hd'to "prevcht the swarm flying  'away by"'the-following simple  method.'. - -_ '.- . ^  ���������������������������' Tlie ciuechVwmgs arc clipped0  before'.'the " swarming season.  When'tlic-swarm is'in thc air,  the lijve;- is' moved away'and. a -i  ne'w"h'ive.'in,Avhieh thc" <|uccn is  putVis placed, on the old stand  to rccci vc't he Te turning swarm.  This:JJ:dperfi lion "weakens the "old  colony To ^siichan extent that it  rarely.; swarm's   again,' but   to  makcJJsure>-it-is*-advisablcrto cut  olit!all'fp'iccn-cclls,-except one.'a  week .later;  at' lhc same" time,  the, swarm-is reinforced by the "  field bees' frdiii "lhc'old hive, aiid  it'gajiicrs'almqst as much honey,.  as/n cploi)y;tlia"l does' not "swarm.  ?rjfija-sihall"apiary that can be  supc]^an(l-.'lhen,"early.in'thc lion- ."  eVi"fl-Ql,^!?;J"j|f^"Mifiiiix^tJicTI queen  aga'ifi/lo*-jyic*Grootl cliainber by '  mcans'Of "a ([iieciVexcluder."    " -'���������������������������'  ^"iln 4hc,-rcst^of Canada"^ and.es-.. .  'pccially,j.;iiiiJjlaccsVwhere tlicrc'7  is7=a:i"prolongcd  honey llbw, or "  two;lioiicjVllows,"the prevention"  qf,-,swariniiii! is less easy. " fThe  plan;JplVfinding and destroying -  qiiQen-ccUs every week through- -  ou'L-thc>.s\varnniig season iss.|a-r  borious and not always clfective.  A:.:l3Ctler������������������p|an;is to remove the "  (|uccn'JaF4lie. beginning of tjie  suif>|iis lipucy_-f|c.)w and destroy  plLquecn-cclls,' except��������������������������� one'."cight  ,oj>nijic Vlays later.   Jn this way  a'ne^v.qucciv.is raised and she   -  slarts-Jnying-in time to produce,  a large num|>cr of young bees  for>||ic; winter..-      ��������������������������� ���������������������������-  ;r6jSji:c;A|iLOAps a wppk  .<������������������  /*  "Ui  ;Somcvwccks ago F." J.' Poss  scale."ol   destiny, ,Jlliis : gallantj'lcy,": pole and-~pb.*������������������t "coiilractor.  counlry-.<?('.'cigh 1 jniJIioo . people  />uHts_all into the' hiighLu-Ai-oU;  conflicts 'for the Oausc'oL-lrulh  an'd.ju.slicc, will bc.lofly iiispirji-  lion to grealer efl'orls'which will  suable Canada Id carryaiid ulti.-.  niaLcly exlingui.sli the heavy obligation cnlailcd :by .Llie . Avar.  ^Vhal-pbrlaYi'i-of-l h is-indcbled-  no'ss and cjf the obligations -wc  ... , - -.; havc" incurred "wilh'rcs.pcct, .tc*  "{pensions ajid rHhcr services aris-  DEEP CREEEK NEWS " ������������������ jiift oul.of ,lhe warVvcVshall.be  i; able,, under'tlie. peace sclllcjiienl,  li,'������������������. X ii Yd Co oblain"by-wavj of intleinnily  fro'm Germany ancFlier allies,''J  ��������������������������� **       #**        #**       *B}        JB,        IBf        9B)        0B,        tB,       fB,  Save the Surface.  sonicwhal disheartening, bul the  Nimrods, wilh lhcir load of fish  and Iwo cylinders working, hil  for home.    The liltlc car made  the hills a.s far as Hupel on two  cylinders and iLs reputation, and cay,   proper  surface  protection  from this point it came down thc win   undoulcbdlv   lengthen   its  ncxt day. life*.  Save the surface and you save  all. Disintegration and decay  are condilions which usually  start al the surface of any ma-  Aerial. Protection againsl deterioration or rot of substances,  therefore, should begin wilh  care of thc exterior. Provided  a material does nol carry within itself lhc element of sure dc-  ' Mr. and Mrs". "John Mnljory  made a (rip lo Vernon On Salurdav in their new car.  Mrs. A. Anderson. Miss Hob-  son and Mr. Chapman have each  seen a bear within the lasl few'  clays. - ���������������������������"���������������������������;  *\.  Service   will   bo   hHd   at- tlie"''  house  of   Mrs.   Jainie.soil"nex'l;  Sunday, 22nd in.sL. al 3 p.m.. bv  lhe Rev.--J. A. Dow.     ,     -.  .    .:  Mr. Geofrey f>niib*y is aboul.  lo leave for Prince Ruperl wlieue  he intends lo lake up slup-lhiiTd-  ing. I lis brother-in-law. Mr.  La brisk i is manager of-lhc yards  there. .    ���������������������������'  i?  GRINDROD NOTES  bc imprudent lo treat expecla-  Icasfd'lhe tracking facilities and  ,vni:d:;-of' the" Columia -Flouring  Milisr -!!/>��������������������������� relaid the track anil  liiufti with ample yui-d'-ooih his  shipping . facilities - largely increased. -Four carload of poles,  etc.',- per week is thc average  shipped from Enderby. with" ah  occasion.'! I-'car- from -othci-nca,f-_  by points on the railway line.  'It is Mr- Bossley's intentions  nexl-year tb build a pole chute  from "lhc river at the'Flouring  Mill properly and to'install h  gasoline hoist, hc. having al-  . ,. ready'arranged' to bring poles  am unable to say.'; IJj'uLjl .would, froni -lhc   Sugar - Lake   ctislrict '-  down Ihe river to Endcrhy.  #^        *%        S*t #���������������������������*        #**        **>���������������������������*+*        **,  Mr. Wm- Edgar visited Arm,-,  strong last week on business.  Mr. Fordyce was a visitor to  Grindrod on business this week.  Mr. R. M. Edgar is visiting  his son, S. Edgar, I'or a .short  lime.  Don't forgo I the soldiers' suu-  ncr and social even in ff io be held !  in Ihe G. F. Hall on Friday, June'  20lh, al 8 p. m.  &il2������������������j^'rTHljP/v. T3/IHA    DIRECTION  WILLIAM POX   "*\  See   Theda   ILira   in   '.'Under the   "'Yoke."     Enderby    Opera  House,   .Saturday,    June    i;;lsl 35c and 20c. .       /  - ������������������ ���������������������������  ....���������������������������' - \ '  ;u   TSi,....-, ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  V  fit":  ,   / I\  ������������������#fcanagan Commoner   In which is merged The Enderby Preys and WmlkgrV WwHt   ���������������������������Published erary Thursday at Enderby. B.C., by Th������������������ Walker Pre������������������������������������. at (������������������.00  per y������������������ar: $1.00 ���������������������������'* montha.         .  ^joy most the shadowy driveways through quiet  woodlands J beside rippling brooks and placid  lakes, with homes scattered along the way where  fruit can be purchased and fresh eggs, fresh milk  and butter can be supplied and the auto can be  parked anywhere by the roadside and a "spread"  prepared.  Thursday, June 19, 1919.  BACK TO THE HOME TOWN.  We are pleased to give Enderby a local paper  ngain. . War conditions, ancl the need to conserve and centralize elfort in order to get the  most service out of the patronage and help avaiU  iiblc,cforced the merging of the Armstrong Advertiser and Enderby Press in u single paper���������������������������  the Okanagan Commoner. Rut the war is now  over and business is returning lo normal as rap-  idlyas thc interests of labor and capital will permit. Gradually business conditions will adjust  themselves and wc shall each and all take up our [  work in lhc readjustment.  We trust that our Enderby readers will grasp  the situation as it presents itself and that wc may  receive the cordial support hitherto given in our  efforts lo make the Commoner a first-class town  ' paper and something a little more-    We believe  this support Avill bc given.    Wc base this belief  nn  the loyal support given us since we merged  the  Enderby  Press  with   thc  Armstrong paper  and published thc Commoner at Armstrong. No  businessmen could havc shown a broader spirit  cthan  the businessmen  of Enderby havc shown.  And our Enderby and district subscribers have  likewise joined with us in developing the district  idea.   We hope to continue the developing of this  idea  through the columns of thc Commoner at  Enderby and the Advertiser at Armstrong, each  in its respective field working lo harmonize and  encourage in every laudable enterprise.  PAINT UP !  Nothing hurts a town or community so much  in the eyes of visitors as the lack of paint on  the homes, business blocks and outbuildings. It  is the best advertisement a town or community  can have if thc buildings are painted in colors  that harmonize and blend. It is thc best indication of the community character, just as it reflects the character of the owner of a well-kept  building. ��������������������������� .<���������������������������  Do our readers not realize that the "run  down" condition into which they havc allowed  their homes and barns to get, is a deliberate sacrifice of their money value Many act as if blind  to the necessity of up-keep. They apparently do  not realize that property painted as often as is  necessary proves not only an attraction but  actually enhances its, selling value- It is thc experience of banks and other institutions that lend  money,.that in fully 50% of the applications received, the property has so deteriorated by reason  of the neglect to keep the wood and metal work  protected from decay by the necessary application of paint, that the borrower is unable to  realize anything near-his own estimate of their  value. The.average farmer shows an utter disregard for keeping up the cash value of his property, permitting decay and disintegration of what  is most perishable on his buildings, namely the  wood and metal work, whereas, if paint had been  used when found necessary, which means on the  average every three or four years, it would have  protected and maintained their value as a valuable asset aiid substantial collateral should necessity ever present itself. Country or town people  who neglect to protect lhcir properties by paint  are advertising.their lack of real thrift.  ^^^^VN^CC^MONER  UNITED OKANAGAN  What Combined Effort is Doing in Handling the Produce  of the Valley.  CURE FOR UNREST  ENDERBY  COAL . POSSIBILITIES.  Twelve years or more ago when a few Enderby citizens had thc privilege of burning a s|cnt-  tle full of coal taken from the surface outcropping on the hill below the cliff, cast of Grindrod,  they will-be excused for having had visions of a  prosperous coal mining'camp, as thoy dozed before the warm fire in;the blazer. Those visions  passed away after some months of indifferent  development at thc coal mine. And the fact  that Enderby almost had a coal mine was quite  forgotten until a week or two ago when a snr-  vev party came in to run lines over tho Enderby  coal mines property. People wondered what if  "meanI���������������������������and some are wondering yet.  The fact lhat as good a report by a coal mines  expert   was  given  on   thc  Endcrhy  property as  could be given on.any property a.s little developed  may not  be known  to many.    Ami what  that expert wrote after inspecting thc property  ji dozen years ago is as true of the property today  a.s  il   was   then.     A   further  fact  insy  not  |)e generally known.    Bohemian ro:A miners, settlors in  the Mabel Lai-.*! Trinity Valley, have located an..immense tract'of land in tliat vicinity  ������������������������������������n  which* thcy have discovered most  promising  j-oal indications-   These properties arc in a direct  line with the trend and dip of the coal ledge injected   bv  lhc coal  mines expert  twelve  vears  j.go. though some four or five miles nwav   "  =V u^vicw^oL.thcsc^disco veries-a ncUhc-f urther  fief lhat the present owners of the Enderbv coal  There.may be other cures for the industrial unrest in Canada today, but here are some that may  commend themselves to our readers: ,   ~  1. Canada needs leaders who will keep in thc  straight, line of duty and not be tossed about by  every capitalistic or labor, whim that blows.  2. Canada needs men as leaders whose intentions were never open to honest doubt.   ���������������������������  3. Canada needs men as leaders who love their  fellowmen and are prepared to prove their love  by service.  4. Canada needs men as followers who are prepared to bear hell-heat or arctic cold, and are un-  fa|tetring in lip and heart.  5. Canada needs men as followers who are resolved not' to permit the stumbling-block of selfishness tp stand in the way of progress and the  redemption of thc Dominion from the commercial and moral ravages of war.  0. Canada needs men in public life who take  a living, loving interest in men and who will not  camouflage jhe issue behind the bogie Bolshevism, but wi|| face the issue honestly and endeavor  to find a reroe<|y.  7. Canada needs as leaders men who will not  Mind themselves fo reason nor invoke the cruel  arm of might to put down the demand for better  living conditions on the part of labor.      c  properties arc having their claims surveyed with  Jhe possibility of coal developments on a large  rcalc will anyone question the likelihood of a  ileal being made a.s has been reported which  rvill open wide lhc door to lhe black diamond bin  |or Enderby district to enter and enjoy the prosperity of. - l     ���������������������������  INCREASING DEVELOPMENT  CfJf^T?VATJNG THRIFT HAfffT-  Professor Alexander of University of Alberta  writes: ���������������������������Tlie cultivation of habits of Thrift cannot; be said to have been a prominent virtue in  Western Canada in the pasf years. However  ithis portion of the country, along with the rest  of Canada, has been learning timing these trying  times of war that a cash reserve is a good asset  for every citizen and for the community in which  he. lives- Various forms of savings .have been  begun, but one of the most attractive ol������������������ these,  for the small investor particularly, is the Thrift  Stamp and War Savings Stamp idea. It is a  matter^strictlyncdut^tio^  P. P. Woodbridge, writing in  the Horticulturist, Vancouver,  says:  "The Okanagan United Growers was organized in the spring  of 1913, and made its first shipment in May of that year. The  O. U. G., as it is more familiarly  known, is the selling and distributing agency, also the central purchasing agency for supplies for the" following eight  locals: The Vernon Fruit Union,  lhc Kelowna Growers' Exchange, lhc Summerland Fruit  Union, the Penticton Fruit  Union, the Peachland Fruit  Union, the Armstrong Growers'  Association, thc Endcrhy Growers' Association and the Tappen  Farmers' Exchange. It also,  last year, handled fruit from  Kcrcmcos and other points  where growers' associations are  in process of formation-  "Each of these locals is a complete body in itself and enjoys  the mosl complete automony  and freedoms of action on its  own behalf. They own their  own packing houses, storage,  pre-coolcr and other modern requirements of the up-to-date  fruit industry. The Vernon  Fruit Union has under construction and almost completed the  largest packing and storage  warehouse in Canada. It will  bc 400 feet long by 80 feet, and  lias frostproof storage for 250  cars of apples. Tlie loading  platform will permit of the loading of ten cars at a time. The  cost will bc $50,000. Each ofi  the locals has becn financed  through the sale of - stock as  capital, and it is interesting to  note that the government has  lent its aid along the same linos  as that given to the financing of,  elevators on The prairies. Cer-j  tain fixed charges arc made for'  packing and other work and  surplus profits are returned to  the grower on a patronage basis.  Profits from lhe sale of supplies  are also returned to the members on a patronage basis after  oilier^ charges havc been taken  care, of.-- Each local agrees to  market thc produce of its members through the Okanagan  United Growers under a contract, the renewal of which is  optional each year.  "The Okanagan United Growers has no capital stock   other  than lhc purely nominal issue of  28 onc dollar shares to the locals  for voting purposes.   The locals  vote  in  proportion  to  thc  tonnage contributed by each. Having    no    stock    the   Okanagan  ^United Growers has no profit to  make.     Its  working  capital  is  supplied  by an  assessment   of  two per cent  laken olf the returns of each grower.    Five per  cent interest is allowed on these  assessments while the money is.  iu use and negotiable bonds are  issued redeemable by the Okanagan    United    Growers    meanwhile.   No one, therefore;--cither  lends or receives  money  from  the    organization    other    than  those   who   are   active   participants in its work and success.  The control of the selling  and  purchasing "agency   is   in   the  hands of the locals, who in turn  are governed only by those who  are actual shippers of fruit.   It  is under such a system that the  growers arc trying to work out  their own salvation, ancl that the  Thursday, June 19, 1919.  Manufacturers Supply  of Samples in Irish Linen  Special Sale of  214 pieces  oO  The following have been purchased by us at prices that  are considerably less than obtainable in Ireland to-day.  All prices are prepaid.    Goods are in perfect condition.  Price 98c each���������������������������130 cushion covers in brown  linen, fringe borders, Holland table covers, and  sideboard clothes, scalloped edgings embroidered  .with floss, actually worth $1.25 and $1.50.  Price $3.75 each���������������������������11 only afternoon Irish  Damask Cloths, very heavy quality, finished with  scalloped edge, beautiful large pattern, size 60  by GO, actually worth $5.00.  Price $2.50���������������������������14 only Irish Damask Cloths,  circular pattern, assorted floral designs, a beautiful cloth for little money, actually worth $3.75.  Price $2-95���������������������������7 only Conventional pattern circular cloths, size 52 by 52, no filling in this  splendid medium weight cloth, scalloped border,  actually worth $3.95.  Price 50c each-r-20 only pure Irish linen trav  cloths, with cmroidored corners, scallboped border, actually worth 75c.  Price $11.50���������������������������10 only pure Irish Linen Lunch  Price $11.50���������������������������6 only Irish Dimity Bedspreads  m extra large size, made of pure "strong duck,  actually worth $14.50.  c   Price $1.98 pair���������������������������16  pair of superior  grade  hemstitched  pillow  cases   with   wide  borelcr,  a  weave almost  like pure   linen,   actually    worlh  ,     $2.50. ���������������������������    3 -.  s  '\  s  s  \  The Hudson's Bay Company  \  Mail Order Department IL  VERNON, B. C.  Canadian Food Control License  British Columbia Interior Stored  No. 8-21018. ...     \  OnfTormf* JTeJneq" to Win the Wflj.  the growers |wve readied their  present success without trouble  or that all of fhe problems and   T ���������������������������     ���������������������������,_ dillicullies have been satisfac--  Okanagan United Growers   has forily solved.   There have been  There are many beautiful drives in lhc Okanogan,  particularly  in   the  monlh  of June  when  Ihe   roads  arc  lined   with   wild   roses  and   wild  thorn, honeysuckle, and columbine, and the rolling hills and uplands clothed in wild sunflowers  Jupine and numerous flowering plants.   But few  r rives surpass in beauty and diversity that from  J'nclc-rby lo Mara aud beyond to the lake: where  Jhe road  from  Bevelstoke will  enter the Okan-  l-gnn.    All Okanagan drives have a certain  fascination but this roadway runs through an Eden  of beauty singular! attractive to one with a heart  in  Jove  with  nature.    In recent years great improvement  has been  made along this highway;  farms arc better developed;  lhc homes more of  Ihem  newly  painted;  fences in  good condition;  fields more productive and live stock of a better  miality.   Today we sec this part of-the Okanagan  in  its boundless beauty of springtime.'  It has been said that "he who tickles himself  laughs when he likes." Perhaps some may travel  this road and never sec its beauty, but when the  JievcIstokc-to-Okanagan highway is opened we  ehall see hundreds travel thither i to spend the  [week-end, for the great majority of motorists ei!i-;  hence appeals strongly fo anyone who has to do  with the work of education- F.ducation for character has been emphasized in education more of  late than ever, and. in the formation of character  habits of Thrift must always take a high placed  both from the standpoint of the individual and  Hie nation.  "It is not an easy, matter altogether to gel a  new idea before the public, but I am convinced  that the Thrift campaign is taking deeper .hold  "very day.    It is a question of having p<-up|.; understand that they are being oifcred a plan  for  fhe ready and profitable accumulation of small  savings which is advantageous   for   themselves  and (highly beneficial for Canad i. a.s well. No one  who really knows educational work ever anticipates immediate results of great magnitude and  in our Thrift campaign, as in othcr phases of education, we must realize that wc are working on  a   proposition  which   from   small  beginnings  is  bound to grow into a business of great proportions.  "We are striving to have the people of Alberta  understand that this is almost entirely a volunteer campaign in which leading men and .women  are giving their time and energy because they  believe that they are doing a patriotic work. Into  this volunteer army, now comparatively small,  we arc seeking to enlist every loyal Canadian as  an active worker, proclaiming by words and actions the value of Thrift. It is our conviction  that a nation which did such remarkable work  steadily increased the volume of  business handled each year.  "In  Ihe five veal's for which  the complete records are available     the     Okanagan     United  Growers has handled a total of  15634 ears, of which slightly over  2000^havc^been���������������������������vegetables,-thc  balance straight fruit.    In fflf'i  lhc total number of cars handled was 897, which was steadily  increased until J!M6, when the  total  was 1706.    A number of  cars from olusick non-afliliatcd  points were handled  that year,  but in thc interests of the organization il was decided to discontinue thc plan until these points  were in a position to guarantee  better quality and become affiliated with the Okanagan United  Growers in accordance with the  requirements laid down for all  locals.    In 1017, due partly to a  short crop, the shipments fell to  1436 cars, of which 357    were  the usual troubles, both within  and without, ft does not rccpure  a vivid imagination to see that  the possibilities for trouble are  intensified with any organization handling almost exclusively  a highly perishable product. Yet  t he-Oka uaga n-United-Growers  is not only handling a larger  volume each year, but is also  steadily increasing the number  of growers under contract fo it.  This contract js not a purchasing contract with a guaranteed  price, but merely an agreement  on the part of the grower to  ship his fruit through the Central and to accept market price  Jess certain fixed charges and  various other details.   Thus in  supporting his own organization  the grower does not know what  he is likely to receive until late  in thc season, whereas the private interests quote him a definite price per pound early in the  vegetables.    The  total  value of |season while the trees arc still  sales    made    aggregate    nearly in bloom-.  four   iniiljon^lollars.    Ringing     "Another    interesting    point  roin  $4i>:>.0IS in  1913  to $1,- about the work of the growers  11 /,/49 in 1917 'js the pooling system.   This has  Last year 220,000 crates of been another supreme test of the  soil fruits with a total sales co-operative spirit of the JRrit-  valuo of approximately $300,000 ish Columbia grower. The sell-  were shipped through thcOkan-;ing rules provide for local pools  agan United Growers. This'and valley pools. A local  represents an increase of con- simply means that all fru  siderably more than double that "  of any previous year. Pears also  showed a large increase. The  growers arc loday  through thci  from 50 to  fruit yield of the Ukanagan Val- jof  one.     These   pools  may  be  ���������������������������ey, which in its turn produces semi-weekly, weekly,   monthly,  premiums, jf only fo entice  growers away from their own  organization- fJnder the pooling system tbe grower will often have to waif some time before getting final returns. f\c  receives up to (JO per cent of fhe  estimated value of his shipments  twice a month. To accept this  small advance, fajve the de|av in  final returns and the uncertainty  as fo bis likely price almost up  to^the-last���������������������������uiinuteJrisifrc|y^be^  tokens a considerable progress' Belvedere St.  in co-operation when 60 per cent  of the growers are found will-  ing to do it year after year."  ������������������PV|2JM*PAPY"  Transfer end feed Stables  V. W. DUNN, Manager  Our Transfer always at  your sef-  ��������������������������� vice at a moment's nolicc.  No matter how small or liow large  the jo|>, Frank will handle it for  ==y-ou,-nUa-.r������������������asonat)le=pricc.   ENDEHBY. B.C.  ...... 'Ud ol  like variety and grade shipped  by a local during a given** period  shall be averaged as to sales and  handling paid for at the average price.  i- own organization The valley pool means the same  1)0 per cent of the thing covering all locals instead  the Okanagan Val- of  one.     These   pools  mav  be  from  70  to 99 per cent of all  in  the stress of war will  show  equal spirit  in  meeting war's permanent obligations" ,    ������������������,,, .        , .    . ,   .  _^ ^-,.'j,     - It is not to be assumed that  fruit marketed from British Columbia,   with   the  exception  of  /the smaller bush fruits.  r.  erchant  The next time you require    *-  anything in  Commercial  Printing���������������������������  Utterbeajs  Loose-Uaf *  Standard  "ftllheajs  ,nvelopes  ?:ircwlar Utters  uslness Cards  tc.,  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 and let live prices.    "Phone or write.  THE WAUvPR PRESS.  Enderby, IJ. C.  Your Help is needed  * va:..u,.. Oo-,r������������������ o. We'are now prepared to-give Enderby a larger and better  No sucil syslcm fa local paper than ever With your help, Mr. Businessman,  > the private inter- we sha11 do "���������������������������   Lend your support and help onward.   We  or  thc  entire  season,  and are  fixed by  the Central Board of  Directors.  practiced  by  esls, of coursee, who often pay.] cannot get results Without it.     OKANAGAN COMMONER  t Thursday, June i 9, 1919  OKANAGAN COMMONER  This White Lead Created a Great Paint Business  'J'lLL. within the last few years Painters, professional and amateur, mixed their own paint, in  order to be sure of its ..uality. Then and now  their preference was for that famous White Lead.  which originated in England two hundred years  ago, and has since dominated the world's markets,  Brandram's Genuine B.B. White Lead  For those who still prefer to mix their own  paint BRANDRAM'S GENUINE B.B. WHITE  LEAD will always be available and more B.B. White  Lead is being used than ever before. For those  who want to use a prepared paint with quality  ingredients we recommend B. H. English Paint.  This is the only way to get the World's best White  Lead in prepared form. On the front of .every con  will be seen a guarantee label which states that it  contains 70% Brandram's Genuine B.B. White  Lead and 30% Pure White Zinc the correct  formula for Canada's climatic conditions.  Sold by '    *���������������������������  Pulton Hardware Co., Ltd.  Enderby's Service First Hardware Store  3  FIGHTING   MOSQUITO   PES'  of Labor's Discontent  11���������������������������19  Quickest  and best  means of  communication  known to the  Business World  "They tell me he proposed-  to Peggy by telephone.'  /'Yes, he  did.   bfe said it  was cheaper."  "flow so?"  "The telephone message  only cost him ten cents, \f  he had gone in person it  would have cost him a one-  dollar hox of candy."  QJ<anagan JeJep^cFe Co  Before the world knew any Ihing aboul Bolshevism in Russia, there was the cause leading' up to  Bolshevism���������������������������before the people rose up againsi  the autocratic- government the government had  placed itself Jin opposition to the people. And  when the revolution came, and the Czar and his  court of lawless grafters were overthrown,lhc  world was mightily pleased���������������������������pr 'seemed'- lo be.  But when the world was lold . such dreadful  stories of Bolshevik atrocities���������������������������sonic of Ihem  perhaps true, but more of them false���������������������������then"arose  the cry against the spread of lhc new order" of  things. We forget that Bolshevismin Russia,'is:  simply the rule of the common people, and, thai  while they may" make serious blunders' in their  readjusting of things after so long being ruled  by lhe ruthless hand of autocracy, Ihey will in  thc end come out allright, for, alter all, lhe people must and will rule.  Just now we arc hearing more lhan enough  ahout lhe coming of Bolshevism in Canada. Tin  big dailies in the East arc full of it, and now and  then, even a government minister'will give voice-  to the fenr. If Bolshevism comes in Canada, whe:  will be the Bolshevists? The common working  people���������������������������today's law-abiding peaceful citizens?  It cannot be otherwise. If our good Canadian  citizens do not'turn Bolshevik, nvc cannol have  Bolshevism in Canada. But il' the masses of lhc  working people of Canada cannol gel such legislation passed as thcy believe to he in their interest���������������������������and if in their interest in the inleresl of all.  for at least ninety per cent of our Canadian citizenship are wage-earners���������������������������ancl if lhere is lo be  .i continuation of the ineffective legislation in the  matter of food and clothing prices, bools and  shoes, etc., then action will come by lhc wage-  earners of Canada just as sure as it came in  Russia. * ;:,lioils  Profiteering must cease.    No mailer'how high      5.    The    minimum  wages havc come as   compared   wilh    pre-war pvcrseas he  (he  wages, the cost of living climbs that much higher   -jraluily,  and an $8 wage today is not as good as a-lil wage j   "0.    The   nationalization    of   all   cold   storage  under normal conditions.   Perhaps these mailers | plants, a bat loirs and elevators,  wilh a view  lo  by  the  revolutionary crj'.    He knows  what  lie  svanis and he knows how to. get it.  In Canada thc situation is much the same as  it is in, England today. Tlie situation lhere is  serious, * as il is here, but 'they'arc not -branding  lhe revolutionaries as Bolshevik. The words of  lhe Manchester, Guardian arc worth considering  here-in'J Canada- before it is lop late. '-Speaking*  of the labor silualion over lhere'it says:  "The present (upheaval can not be conveniently accounled for by lhe familiar bogeys of  Bolshevism and German machinations. . Profiteering on a scale unknown in lhis country litis  hccn rife. At the same lime the scarcity of labor  and lhe'.'vital importance of the'ends', lo'which il  has bcen di reeled made the workmen realize lhal  .low for the first time lhe remedy for abuses is  n lhcir own hands. The demands of the strikers  ipparcnlly are no more drastic than those which  ,iave already been concede in lhis country."  it is not reasonable to suppose, or to claim,  ���������������������������hat organized labor has all thc right on its side.  Hul il has some right. And it has tiie power to  jnforce its demands. The general strike which  s in forcc in many Canadian cilics and promises  io spread lo a still greater extent, carries with  Jt llie germs of revolution. lis demands are  based upon seven points. These are cited by the  Federated Labor Council al Vancouver and arc-  here given, '  1, The re-instalenient of lhc postal workers  who struck in Winnipeg. =  2. Thc immediate settlement of llie postal  workers' grievances.  'A. The right of collective bargaining through  :.iny organization lhal the workers deem most  sailed lo their needs.-  'I. Pensions for soldiers and lhcir dependents  in lhe basis laid down by lhe soldiers' organiza-  Co-operative Resistance Adopted  by Fraser Valley Farmers as  Only Efficient Remedy.  After lighting mosquitoes for  years with patent cattle washes,  nets, gloves, veils, smudges ancl  other more or less effective bill  costly   methods,   farming  coni-  Ip-A-g. iS-. siderable'. land is  iioGcivrc*: in iniies of high water.  There are extensive drainage  and dyking systems. .Even in  v/ell-developcd districts there  are damp, boggy condilions thai  are ideal for mc-qui to propagation, to say nothing of lhe extensive wild, uiuir-uned areas.  Working under' a "mosquilo  control"  board,  engineers    will  munilies'   of   the   lower  Fraser eliminate many mosquito breed-  Valley  decided  co-operative  re- ing places by establishing be I lei  sjslahce was   lhe  only  eflicienl  kind.  The commissioner of agriculture was-'interested iii the prob-  'em, and an investigation was  specially "made by lhe government  entomologist.      A  "mos-  rccompensc    for   service  fudo control" district, under  ibc jurisdiction of 'a..''mosquito  ���������������������������onlrol" board, is in process of  jrganizalion .for 1919. This  board will collect a mosquito  lax-from all'ecled districts ancl  will expend flic .money through  ���������������������������-���������������������������mployed engineers. The first  vear it is planned to spend $1(5,-  000 for a preliminary mosquito  survey and for control measures.  The contemplated expenditure  for 1919, with, which it-is expected to get the movement well  under way, is a drop in the  bucket compared with agricullural loss suffered iu 1918. The  late June flood of the Fraser river was particularly bad last  year. There was a-heavy shrink  in the milk flow on dairy.farms,  is the mosquito scourge swept  lhc fields in great clouds. Farmhands had to use gloves and veils  to protect themselves from mos-  .'fuitoes while working.  In lhc second "great Fraser  valley industry���������������������������raising strawberries and raspberries���������������������������conditions became nearly unendurable for fhe women pickers,  many quit al lhc most critical  point in the picking season- For  a while complete stagnation and  greal loss to growers was threatened. The actual financial loss  lo farmers, lo say noihing of the  drainage. Then will "come use  of oil and oilier control measures by which mosquitoes havc  bcen suppressed.  Save the Surface.  Save lhc .surface and you save  all. Disintegration unci decay  arc conditions which usually  .start al the surface of any ma-  .'le'rial. Protection against de-  teriornlion or.rol of subs lances,  therefore, should begin with  care of Ihe exterior. Provided  a material does nol carry wilh-  "in itself the element of sure decay, proper- surface protection  will undoulehdlv lengthen ils  life.  FOH SALF._Five hctcs i;ill wheal:  Adjoining city limits.    A. Klliotl,  -   KikIitI>v. ' i)7-.'!|)  ^C. SEALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public. c  INSURANCE  Belt, Blk. Enderby. B.C.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 3,->. K. of l\    .  Moots 2nd & 1th   M< inlay nvc  in Masonic Hall.    Vi-iitorsrnr-  dinllv invit<Kl tonttonrl.  CISO. K. SIIAKl'i: C. C  II. M. WALKER. K. li. S  R. .7. COT.TART. M.F.  granting, of lhe sum  of $2,000 kt,vc,*se living conditions anion  the general public, could not b  cannot'bc adjusted by legislation, bul il is im  possible to convince the average man Unit legislation cannot help.    Legislation can help, and il  must help.    There can be no legitimate reason  why, for-instance,   the   price   of0 leather should  take   another   jump    todav,   so   many   mon lbs  after all war needs havc been supplied and lhc  boys are  coming  hopie  in   Ihouands.    And yet  leather prices are being raised  by   lhe   leather  combine.    It is  intimated,  also,   lhat  prices  of  woolen   goods   will   be   higher   this winler lhan  they were last. And wc haven't noticed lhe prices  of any of the necessities of life coming down.  even if most of thc armies from  America are  now, home from the front and lhere no longer  can be the cry.of army needs to justify the prices.  Our politicians and industrial leaders my cry  out ������������������gqin������������������t Ppfslievism all they have a mind to,  but tliat will ������������������cf tlicm nowhere. II will nol solve  tlie problems Canada is facing, ll will not satisfy  any man. If we are to have Bolshevism there  must first lie a cause. The''thing for our politicians and industrial leaders to do is lo find lhc  eause awl eradicate \(. Deporting a few labor  leaders will not do it.   There niusl be a deeper  reason for tlie unrest.   It is up to us to find ihe  fault anti correct it. xLittle can he gained by d<>  pouncing the movement as revolutionary "and  !ir������������������n<!in������������������ ]a}mr as Bolshevik. All great movements tliat luive Jicen of lasting benefit to mankind Jwvc Jicen ushered in as revolutionary. All  have not heen accompanied hy bloodshed, bul all  h������������������ve heen hranded as revolutionary." Fact is,  the average man is not much alarmed these days  lemoning Ihe evil of hording of foodstuffs.  7. Thc. enactment of legislation to provide  i'or Ihe six-hour-day in all industries where unemployment is prevalent-  11  be  accurately cslimatcd, but it was  ,11. SPKIiliS  W.M.   .  A.F.&A.M.  Endoiby   Lwlire     No.   40  Regular     inec-lings     (lint  Thursday on or nftor the ,  full moon at 8 n. in. in 'AriA  Minic     Hull. Vim'tinc  brelhron cordially invitetl  r    C. II. RBEVCS  Soctetary  .^a"^"  Jl  QUIT SPOON-FEEDING:  When will jibe farmers of tt. C. insist on  slanding upon Iheir own feel, instead of being  spoon-fed by lhe Gnvcriniicnl through Farmers'  inslilules and kindred associations'fathered by  the  Provincial* Department  ojf  Agricullurc?.  ���������������������������Lasl year's grants -to-Institutes; amounted to  $15,000. An additional slim, of $8,500 went to  local poullry associations. . Anolher sum of  $o,0()0 went-lo--lhc li. C. growers' association;  lhe B. C. Dairymen's Association -with 220 .members, and the B. C. Poullry Association with 3.T  affiliated associations, each received $2,500. and  a granl of $6,152 was macro to Women's Institutes. - a    '  Some-of Ihcse institutes and associations are  doing good work; many are virtually dead and  should havc been discontinued Jong ago; all'may  do good work in a'limited wav;'hut none can  do ihe work that should he done if all were linked up under one organized head and1 the farmers  and growers, stockbreeders and poultrymen were  standing upon their own feet unhampered bv a  paternalism that knocks all initiative in the jiead  ancl breeds the "Jet-Gcorgc-do-it" habit .  The late Dr. C. C. .fames put it tritely when he  said before llic^ commission of conservation at  Ottawa: ."The"great hope of improvement in  lhe,average farmer lies nol through sending'him  a report or pamphlet, not through talking at  him in an Inslilulc mccling, not through doing  something for him. on an experimental farm, but  through helping liim to do somc work on his  own farm wherein he gets improved financial  results through his own efforts-" >  Id  ^WE^ Dominion   of   Canada   offers  you, every   safeguard   for   your  ' ' investment in Thrift and War Savings  Stamps. .  ��������������������������� postmaster will register every War Savings  ���������������������������Stamp for you, and if they are lost by theft, fire or  Other cause, you can still obtain your money, with  the accumulated interest, at "the office where the-  ftarops were registered, *  Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  Will buy a $4.00 War Savings  . Stamp worth   $5.00  in   1924.  <nr���������������������������,.��������������������������� pJEWfoSr s*y'SGS cm"*V*7m nc.  immnmicnimmmmmiinninmiimmimiMmaamMErai^^  mmmnmmmmtmmmmTmrTgnmnnnmmmn555ii5BllmiIi[nm,imiij..  iUL-nnumilmiziRimfliiimjimfiiirituinmrAW  ������������������������������������3  Enderby the Home Town  ;'      ���������������������������'���������������������������''���������������������������'. * * '   *  ,���������������������������.''"''';'        JV   ���������������������������'���������������������������       V    ' . ��������������������������� I  Sphere aire "ties that bind" in Enderby's homeness that win and hoW; you know what  that home feeling- is; you Jcnow how it "gets" you--how it clings* rings, sings to you of the  better things of life; you know how you long to make a home in such a homeland, don't U>  ... "t OKANAGAN COMMONER  Ls I 3 i e i *:* o iff. i <s> ia i * *<& 1>J* it':  &&&r~'5?*Tr     ^-^3^^^^<������������������^������������������v^,���������������������������'-*=S5^S:S^r���������������������������Bii  lv  is more energy ||  pound   ci   good  gH  in.  hctvic wills Koyal least  M Cakes than in a. pound  thc m  ^'.'���������������������������s  BRITISH   COLUMBIA'S  FINANCIAL POJTTIOJN  .f   ijj-   kr  Public Expenditures Mast Go  Still Higher and People Must  Not  Complain,  Says  Oliver.  ���������������������������-A  1  i  i  os meat. i>  ss  a- simp  and   requires  viovis  ������������������>read making f"^'  .If  cceraiiosv ������������������j  '-nieriericc   u'ms at  2n.sir*jciioi\s   m  E.oyal  jig raaiicd free on request. &3   1  Yeast Bake Boo?-., &%\  r-<������������������  fe*3 .^.  gi^r^.   E.W'.GILLF.TTCO.LTi).     ^4  TirjfSiSj**, TORONTO .'0^'fr,  "i '   III   'TSS-v ^--rtt^^i   '':'  !i*i!lll!liiil^^^^i!j!fe;!  When one hoars a man say lie  gol his wife lo boss lhe lillle  household job ho. was engaged  in one knows who thc architect  of   the   iol)  was.  Vnrf^Tn'Ti'rrnTi  n  m  TTTWU  The Premier of the Province  placed the financial position of the  srovernment rather plainly before  the Board of Trade. Mr. Oliver  hole! out no delusive hopes. lie  anticipates heavier provincial  taxation, and shows that the  dehc is increasing and must continue to increase. Decreases in  expenditure" accomplished by  cutting" down public works appropriation are to be followed by  special expenditures for works.  Those may be charged to capital,  nit that is-a mere matter of  bookkeeping. Any illusions that  may have been entertained in respect to tlie reduction of public  expenditures are not now encouraged by Mr. Oliver, who  points out that therputlays must  be met and.justified by the development of the vast natural re-,  sources of the province, and the  settiom-Mitof country now wholly  or largely unoccupied. If the taxation bears heavily on the people  and on Lhe productive and commercial interests it must be  mitigated by distribution among  a larger population and greater  productive interests. Thc' extensive borrowings now proposed  include tiie cost of- land reclamation and improvement projects.  Mr. Oliver says frankly that  these propositions are experimental and   may   result in financial!  Increasing One's Efficiency  Many people are kept back, in  tbeir efforts to get along in the  world, by over-sensitjveness. We  know able young men and women  who are well educated and well  fitted for their callings, out so  extremely sensitive to criticism  or suggestions that they never  rise to the places Lo which their  abilities entitle them. Their feelings are cor s'antiy being wounded by fancied slights in the ofiice,  Lhe shop, the store, tho mill, the  factory, or wherever else they  may happen to tie. They carry  about with them, most of the  time, a sense of injury which not  only makes them unhappy, but  also to a great extent mars their  efficiency."  Over-sensitive people are usually very i'ine-giained, highly organized' and intelligent, and, if  they could overcome, this weakness, would become capable, conscientious workers. This failing,  for it is a failing, and a very  serious one, too, is an exaggerated from of self-consciousness,  which, while entirely diiferonl  from egrtism or conceit, causes j  self to loom up in such largo proportions on Ihe mental retina a.-;  lo overs how everything else.  The victim of it fools that,  wherever he goes, whatever he  does, he is the center of observation, and that all eyes, ail  thoughts are focused upon him.  He imagines that people are criticising his movements and his  person, and  making fun  at  h"  down by it for years have, by  their own efforts, outgrown it  and risen to commanding positions.  CAPT.TURNBULL SETS PACE  Electrifies Crowd and Puts the  Winning- Spirit Into His Men  ���������������������������Sever. GoaisVn Eleven Minutes Makes Exciting Windup-  Armstrong's lacrosse team arrived homo from Kelowna al 1  a. m. Friday morning wilh another win dangling from ils bell.  IL was a game lhal will long be  remembered in lacrosse annals.  AI Lhe c\h\ of lhe Ihird quarter  lhc score stood -1 lo I in favour  of Kelowna. I'p lo lhal point  Lhe game had boon featured' by  very weak pas,1-ing on lhe part  of Lhe Armstrong loam. The  long motor trip and hard luck  hi iho early stages 9)1" the game  soomod lo have taken the edge  olf Iho loam while Kelowna was  going slrong. Al Ihe commencement of Iho fourth quarter how-  over, C.aplain Turnbull electrified Iho f crowd by going Iho  whole length of lhe field, nnd  assisted by Fred Murray scoring  Ar.'u.-.irong's .-oeond una!. The  team cauy.hl iho spiril of llie  eailain,  and   bv  neon rale  ig. h  pass-  aiicl head work.  rale  of  about   a  until   I lie  score  loss lo thc treasury. If they are j expense:  when, in   reality,  successful they will bc represent-'  ed   by   public assets.    But   the  enterprises must be  undertaken  C. F. li. License No. '.)-'.) HV.)  If you havent tried   our  ham  and bacon   you   have   not   lri  the best  GEO.  R. SlSAiJPE  Wholesale and Retail Uulclier   Enderby   Iho Ivor-Ready Transfer  And feed MaLies  Ed. Sparrow, Prop.  If you wan I u good driver, wo  have il. All kinds of light and  heavy draying. Team work of  all kinds.    Harness repaired.       i  Vernon  J    I by the government   ii:   they, are  undertaken atall, and the government  view   is   that   the   public  ought to talce the risk's, enjoy the  11 g'lin or accept the loss.  I     It is shown that a large part of  the revenue of  the  late government was obtained by the sale of  capital assets. A smaller share of  the  recent revenue  comes  from  the  deferred   collection   of, Lhc  proceed ol such sales and arrears  of taxes on  these  lands.   These  sources of revenue  tend  to  disappear as land that is  good   for  settlement is   granted on   easy  terms, and many ^areas  such  as  were sold in  boom   time am  no  longer saleable. As  against   the  debt the province  has an  asset  in tho Pacific Great Eastern Railway  which has  potential value,  out is at present a liability. This  railway was   intended   to   be   a  part of one  of  the transcontinental systems, and if  it can   bu  made Lo   fulfill   its   destiny   on  terms  which   would   relieve the  province of its cost the   financial-  position of British Columbia will  be    made     comfortable.��������������������������� Vancouver Province.  structive to happiness and success  and incidentally, to health, for  whatever destroys harmony destroys hcallh, betrays, in a sense.  a lack of sell-respect of wliich no  man or woman should voluntarily  be guilty. To bc a complete man,  one must be consciou ������������������������������������������������������, but not in  an   offensive   Avay.   of   his  own  r<l wui'ii  scored   a I   Iho  goal   a   minute  sto'ul 8 lo 'I.  An   unforlu'nato  accident   oo-  '���������������������������!'i-;-c:|   jusl   before^   Ihe     finish  ", hop. Turnbull uot a bad double  "���������������������������ul  on   lhc  forehead   and   jaw.  Ihev i ���������������������������',''-';i('!' from  lhis and one or two  1-jiyj i minor  incidents   Iho  .game  was  ''romarkablv clean, and the bovs  11   e  Iho Kelowna  loam  Tho loams Avoro as follows  are    not    thinking   about  and perhaps did-not see him. j . ,  This supersensitiveness. so de-  s,;m> f,,1'-y gf'"l words lo say for  ii... i.'.i   i   worth  himsel  and diguitv. lie must feel  2nd defence, A. D. Weddell; 3rd  defence, F- Fowler; centre, T.  Crowley; 3rd home, L. Day; 2nd  home,.Pavill; 1st home, W. Ray-  mer; outside home, J. Bouvette;  inside home, V. DeHarb ^  Armstrong���������������������������Goal, H. Murray;  point.H. Turnbull; cover point,  J. Schubert; 1st defence, G.JHor-  rex; 2nd defence, W. Stott; 3rd  defence, W- Lingings; centre,  Collis; 3rd home, T. Phillips;  2nd home, A. King; 1st homc, J.  Phillips; outside home, A. Phillips; inside home, F. Murray;  spare, FinlnA'. Referee, E. C.  Weddell, Kelowna.  Tho only change in the Armstrong leam from -previous  games Avas lhat A. Phillips replaced II. Lindsay who could nol  make lhc trip-  The loam and a few supporters made the trip in four cars  driven bv .1. hidings, Geo. Murray, J. Shiell and F. Murray, all  four donating Iheir cars for llie  Irii) of 100 miles.  The game, places Armslrong  in a position of ndvanlage in lhe  championship race, lhe scores  now slanding;  W    I. finals For Atfsl.  Armstrong.  2      0 10   ,    7  Kelowna. ..II 10        7  Vernon 0      2 0      M  Armstrong's next Iavo games  avi'II Ik; at home- Vernon plays  hero, on the lOlh (lo-dav) and  Kelowna on July 1. Today's  game promises lo bc a slill' one  as Vernon has signed on three  strong players since .Tunc 3.  Thursday, June 19, 1919.  a3ac5aci3acs^i3aa[!i  MOtkJkJ  _  Just the Things  a  ������������������3  'Carmen of Klor.dvke"  KJolowna���������������������������Goal. !")��������������������������� McMillan;  point. T. iiichio; cover point, A.  Coming; Knderby Opera lions?,  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 251 h.  One of lhe Greatest Dramas of  the Norlh���������������������������Heller and Higg.;r  than "The Harrier." Admission  f>0c and 2:">e.  Hot Days  The Famous Florancc Automatic Oil SIoa'cs  ancl oven. Prices���������������������������2 burner, $21.50; 3 burner,  $27.50; ovens, $7.65.  Refrigerators, $15.00 lo $17.00 lo $50-00.  " Garden   Hose,  Nozzles,   Couplings',   Washers,  ancl Sprinklers.  Churns, Washing Machines.  Scythes ancl Scylhe Stones.  Hay Carriers ancl Forks, Rope and Cable. .  B  ������������������  ������������������  &  &  t  ������������������  Wo  doavor  hue.  anticipate   your   requirements    ancl    onto merit vour cworv want in Ihe hardware  Sharpies Suclion-I'oed Separators. '<=  jVIcClary's Ranges.  The famous While SoAving Machines.  Plumbing and  Healing.  Pulton Hardware Co. Ltd.  ENDEKBY  superior  o envious criticism or ridicule?. When some one  told Diogenes that he was derided, he replied: "But-I am not  derided." lie counted only those  ridiculed who= feel the ridicule  and are discomposed by it.  The surest way to conquer morbid   sensitiveness   is  to   mingle  with people as freely as possible,  and, while appraising  your  own  ability and   intelligence, at least  as impartially as those of a friend  or acquaintance, to "forget yourself, you Avill never cither appear  at your   best or do  the best of  Avhich you  are   capable.    It   requires will power and an unbending   determination     to ,conquer  this avch;enemy to  suce'ess,   but  Avhat has boon done can bc done'  again, and many who were held  ���������������������������E.N  You  wor&'t  feel ther heat   if  ���������������������������you wear our summer weigKt  Underwear     and    ClotHing.  13".  H  J ������������������  Men  e   '  Groceries  dii^i  s Wear  Canadian Food Control  Enderby, B. C.  License No. 8-17170.  Oil  "-IT  ������������������ simnirvc.  JSSVltjmJ'd  U  StJiVIJKKIiY  resents  for tHe  .e  F  Novel  I  X'lulC  Iimvo  I hid -.noli ;i  sl'ick of  Arlielos   ;i|)|ii-npniilo  Fur   v oililiiij,'   iiresrnls  Tlii-> is lhe lirifliil moiilli  .IlilH',  I hi-  iiiumMi  uf  I!d-,(",  .md   brides  \Yrdiliii.\' r.'ii!;s. fill  i,'l;iss.  Si I voi v.-;ii'o.   N'.isos,  (".looks ami .lowolry.  MiiKo :i point of o;i  'I'd M'O  llioin.  II \ni lii-c mil nrliiwi! \\ c o.m -.in'i'  Min cIIk iciilly   hy iii.ul,  lill'-  J. C.   Adams  The Quality Jeweler  Armstrong  hen youbuy directfroni  the manufacturer  to &et t\ lower prioo on  of   "from   wurksliopto  Yon nrc bo nnd  liio priiicigHe  iiOEiio direct."  \Ve ure inniHifnctiirers.   rVi\bz  siiw.fjc WcddiiijL*-  Ikiiij^'S,  Signet  j i'orin-  i.ee Alorris is ^iviiii,' a very  line class of jiictures in Ihe Avalon. and i*ood crowds are in al-  lendancc   each   Salurdav   iiighl.  (Jol(^i>roociiCS, as well ;is many articles  of jisvellery unule to your order. Many  of Us������������������ articles   mentioned  sire made by  ns and are shown in onr store and windows   which  are manufactured  ri&iit  here in Vernon.  so you see how it is that Ave sell for less.  c.  Everything in Jewellery.  V  ernon,  B. C.  Are you going* to do any  ilding- or Repairing*  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  o  A Ceiling, FJooriiifj ancl Siding. .$20.00 per M  No. '2 Dimension, 2.vl and 2xG $25.00Lpcr M  10-inch Slab Green  Wood' $2.50. per load     .  OKANAGAN SAW Ml^VS, Uxf. wwS  ine  Ters  for Cliildren  CAMKOUN1A   EI.K.  ALSO I'IN!������������������ I.INi: OF SANDALS.  AVIIITH  CANVAS SIIOKS   I'Oil  J.ADIiCS   AN!)   C.lflt.OiU-:N;  LiiA'i-iiici'. and i-iuni{i-:n soi.n:.  WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF CANNED   GOODS ��������������������������� MEATS.  FISH. SARDINES,,ETC.���������������������������THE VERY THINGS TO TAKE:ON  THAT    CAMPING 'TRIP.   OK THE DAY'S PICNIC.   -'J  LET US-FILL YOUR'LUNCH BASKET.   , ~  & Son Eii  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Wwar4 Hotel ' F;.>,^^gmir     .En<ferl>y  pai.m nr.Acn cr.OTii  ON DISPLAY IN  HANGIi  ()!���������������������������' COLORS.  O  ������������������������������������-  and cannol gel il in lown, write, wire or phone lo  The Okanagan Electric I  ��������������������������� <*>  Vernon--  We jiay express- to Armslrong and Enderby  Agents   I'or  Norlhcrn   Electric   l-iirni   J.ighliny   Plants.  iiOTaac  lcc Creiani  SPEEDS  Enderbyi B.. C.  THESE ARE THE DAYS  VVHEN^A^bODT>ISirOFTCrr  CREAM OR AN ICE CREAM  SODA IS JUST THE THING.  WHEN YOU COME HERE  FOR YOUR REFRESHMENTS  Want Something  Electrical 7"~/-'  YOU ARE SURE OF A  SANITARY SERVICE.  ICE CREAM, SUNDAES OR  SODAS ARE SERVED AT  .THIS STORE IN THE  VORTEX SANITARY PAPER  CUPS.  EACH CUP IS USED ONCE  AND ONCE ONLY,  THEN THROWN AWAY.  REMEMBER, ALSO, THAT  WE SELL THE CHOICEST  OF CANDIES,  ALSO ALL THE LATEST  MAGAZINES.  Popular Variety Store  ENDERBY  {


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