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 .    .,- ;.l   -A ' ' > i > !���������������������������     . -^  .-.��������������������������� ^v <S������������������o;-.  ...   'o-  Vol. 13, No. 16, Whole No. 613.  ENDERBY, B- C. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1919.  Subscription, $2 a year; 5c copy  1^  and District  News at a Glance  Mrs. T. Fredrickson and son  lel'l on Monday for Kamloops.  Dr.  E. Tl.  Crawford spent n  lew hours in Enderby on Tues-  dav.  K. Imanaka  for Vancouver  I'or Hie sawmill.  left   this   week  lo   secure men  Mrs. A- Anderson and faniilv  lel'l Ihis week on a visil to  Broad\iew, Sask.  Those Sunday dinners al lhe  i  lor you  when  motoring.,  It is an acknowledged fact  that good ^roads mean pretty  nearly as much to the farmer as  good crops���������������������������and yet, how many  of our farmers arc members of  thc .Okanagan Auto Club and  Good Roads Association���������������������������the  only institution in the Okanagan  lhat is making any organized  cll'ort to have the roads of the  Valley belter improved?  A  representative body of Ihe  businessmen   of    Salmon   Arm  King Edward are still prepared  vi-silt-,(l I^<lreby. Armstrong and  \criitiu   Wednesday    afternoon  1 Miss Ruby Campbell, after a  visil lo her Knderby homc, rein rued to Vernon Wednesday.  Beginning .lune 13th, the Kelowna Creamery has paid for  bullcrl'al: No. I. 60c; No. 2, 58c,  Mr. Hugo Lindrot this week  purchased lhc frame building  on Russell belonging to Mr. Geo-  Bell.  Miss M. L. Kelly, of Winnipeg  who has been visiting her sister  lhe past week, left Monday for  home. ���������������������������       u   ,  -i .  Provincial Constable Johnston is visiting the coast on  business of a very pleasant  nature.  Leonard's billiard parlor is  onc of the busiest centres in  town now that the boys are returning from overseas.   _      . _  The beautiful home property  of Mr. F. W. Collin, on the En-  dcrby-Mara road, was sold last  week lo Richard Blackburn.  Mr. W. J. Butler and family  arrived this week from Canford  and have taken the" Br ,f.- Care-  fool cbttagc-oiuRegentcstrcct. j  Most of thc men for the night  shift at the lumbcrmill arc now  on hand, and it is expected the  startwill.be  made   this  week.  Pie- Gerald Neve, who.returned from France on Monday  alter five, years of service-visited Enderby friends ,on Wednesday.        -    '  Mrs. p. W. Chapman received  lhe sad news last week of the  dcalh of ber mother, \\rs. Cobb.  at lhe home of her daughterill  England. ' -  ,  Elmer PlacJ* returned from  Ibc coasl lasl Saturday, and left  lor Vernon, where he and"Cecil  Wynn arc eslnb!i-h:ng a ailcan-  h'V.i j'hml.  Mr. W. N. Townsend, a former resident ol' this dislrict.  came in on Monday from l.ad-  ikt. lie expects lo return lhis  week end.  ENDERBY LEADS BASEBALL  Meet and  Defeat  thej Kelowna  Team on Their Own Ground  in a Game that Was Not as  -Tight as Was Looked For-  NOT AS FAST AS EXPECTED  to discuss wilh thc businessmen  of these towns thc project of  hydro-electro service for thc  Okanagan and Thompson River  district; linking the project up  with thc possible electrifying of  the new railway line from Kamloops to Lumby.  Messrs. Geo. and Jas. Bell  this week sold their Grindrod  farm property, consisting of 265  acres of rich bottom-land, to thc  Halksworth Bros., late of Vernon, for the sum of $25,000. The  purchasers until recently Were  owners of producing fruit land  near Vernon, which thcy have  disposed of with the intention  of coming to thc non-irrigating  section of _ the Okanagan attd  going .into, dairying.    D  MARA NOTES  ==~^*Mrs7="l irnry^l Icndrjcksoir-JcIT  on Tuesday on a visit lo relatives in Minol. N. |J).. accompanied by her sister, who spent  the past week or more in Enderby.  The hoi weather of the past  week brought the water up a  foot in lhe river, enabling the  lumber camps to gel all logs  into lhc lake and river and the  drive lo lhe mill is now on.  The death of Peler Greyell fc  reported from While Rock, B-  C. who losl his life through  falling from a pier. Deceased  was an old resident of Enderby.  r.-ui<-h esteemed by a large circle  cf friends.  On the day that Germany  s'gns.thc peace conditions war  lime prohibition laws in Canada  v-ill cease, and liquor Can be  ruivhnscd in one province and  fh'pped by the individual to his  lrmc in another.  That was a great stroke of  business bv tliQsc German navy  sailors when they sank thc  German fleet in Scapa Flow. In  a few minutes thcy" settled a  question that-thc '"st heads of  the world Jiave ���������������������������worried over for  many months.  Chas. Little was a visitor with  a party, last Sunday.  Henry Blurton    took a run  down here last week. _  Miss Flo. Smith arrived home  for a .visit-from Calgary..-  ���������������������������t-sJL  Andrew Zettergreen took a  trip down to-Vernon on Monday.     "-''?, -' ' '  Six Mara pupils are at Enderby writing on tbe exams. Wc  wish tbem all success.     '  'flic recent hot spell bas-cnus-  cd the river to rise again an<l il  is now at tbe highest of tbe season.  X new arrival was welcomed  at Uic home of-Mr. ami Mrs- T-  Gray : Ibis wee|t���������������������������a buwnciwg  boy.  Geo. Be|l M- P- P-������������������ w������������������s again  noticed on Ibc Mara boulevard.  Report says be js flunking of  making this part bi������������������ swronw  home.  Wilfrid Owen arrived home  on Saturday night from Fernie.  His many friends were pleased  io hear lhat he is booked for  high school next term. He cx-  pects^al'ler-lhc=bo|idays=tongo^to=  Vancouver to take up high  school. work-  Quite a number of the residents took in the soldiers' welcome at Grindrod last Friday  and report having a good time  and speak  very highly of  the  Enderby's baseball team motored to Kelowna last Thursday  afternoon in the heat, and after  a game that was well-balanced  in playing that was interesting  if not sensational, won by a  single score. From Ihe .start of  the game lhc Enderby boys outplayed their opponents' at Ihe  bat, bul on lhc bases, there were  several "overthrows that cosi  runs to be scored againsl Ihem.  Enderby's ballery again' give  a good accounting. Jones in Ihe  hox playing a remarkably  steady game, holding llie bils  down-largely lo the inner held.  Hc was supported1 well, except  for the overthrows. At bat Enderby showed greatest strength.  It was an eleven-inning game,  thc score standing 7-6 at its  close. This win puts Enderby  in thc lead in thc Valley League  games.   Thc teams now stand:  won      lost  Enderby        3       1  Kelowna  .    2        1  Vernon     0       3  The next league game.will be  played today at Vernon between  Kelowna and Vernon. If thc  Lake boys win this game thcy  will tic with Enderby. If Vernon wins it will make Enderby's, position in the league  schedule still better.  '-4  Pte. Rogers rcturncd,froin thc  front the past week" where -he  served nearly four years.--  - Mr. Welsh and 'Mr. Britton  are leaving for "/the coast with  the close of school. They go by  auto and will spend the holiday  season at Victoria, ?where ' Mr.  Britton will lecture on agricultural subjects in the -summer  school arid Mr.. Welch will take  !jthe?^sciencei,.-.and^arts.^course.^  -They, expect tojbc away fivejor  six weeks. 'S  '"^ t-rr^-      *:'\;  PROFIT IN BABBITS    *'  Home Team Played a Steady  Game Throughout���������������������������Superior  Team ^ork Puts Armstrong  in Sight of Championship.  The Armstrong lacrosse team  chalked up another win -., last-  Thursday evening. 11 was Iheir  first home game of Ihe season  and a good crowd was on hand  to see the boys in action. Thc  game was nol such a  slid' one  no-lineup out to anyone. Even  his illustrious name was not secured, to go down in imperishable fame. As a rule courtesy  keeps company with athletics,  bul it may bc rlhat the northern  town not having for some time  had a paper lo call Iheir very  own, failed to remember the  duly owing lo the press.  '"The defence of Armstrong  was strong; rarely was the goalkeeper lel'l without one or more  defenders immediately in front;  if the poinl or cover went down  Grindrod Citizens  Entertain Returned Men  as   had   been   anlicipuled.   Vernon's  three  new  players added julc fidd ;1 defence man took his  i  little lo  the strength  of Iheir lpk.ee.    Tbey know tbe game all  team.    Peat son al poinl played  a strong game.  The Armslrong' team,    how-  right!  '"The   north   town   supporters  were,  willing,   even   anxious   to  ever, played a steady and el'-'back" their team for any  fee I ive game, llirougin.in and Inmounl. The game recalls old-  won  handily.    There  \\;        11 le ^mie horse races, where lhc win-  A>.r of lhe last three heals is  held under "wraps" for the lirsl  two in order lo cgel down the  coin. Bul, of course, no such  suspicion attaches lo the winners of last Thursday."   $   Present .Express Bal*8 and  Classification Puts the Indus-  try Oh* of Bfrinowjri-Small  I.qfs Shipped to Vancouver, r  Some little time a&o the publicity end of the Canadian Reconstruction Board, or was it  the Pood B������������������ard. urged people  to go in for raising rabbits on -i  commercial basis. So the"little  daughter of Mr^ Turner, of Turner &. Ponaldson, thinkingss|ie  would do her bit in increasing  the meat supply. . She raised  a ba|c|i of rabbits. Some time  ago she shipped 10 of the rabbUs  in a.crate to Spencer's Meat Pepartment, Vancouver, tbe entire shipment weighing 42 lbs.  Express charges on Ihe shipment amounted to $5.07. Jhe  42 lbs of live rabbits, at 15c a  pound,-brouglit-$6.30.__UJ)ediicl  .-.tarring, il was Ihe U ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������       . ' ri:  lhat did il.   The score by-quarters was asfollows:  Armstrong..        3    2    I    I���������������������������7  Vernon .>"         0    0    J     1���������������������������2  In the last quarter the Vernon team was hard pressed, bul  the Armstrong boys in their  eagerness bunched loo close to  the Vernon" goal making effective passing dillicult. The score  might easily havc been grealer.  This win increases Armstrong's lead- Vernon and Kelowna play in Vernon on the"  26th (today). If Kelowna wins  she may pull even- wilh Armstrong here on July 1st. Bul  if she loses both games Armstrong will be in sight of the  championship. The league now  stands:  ,  W  L To play  Armstrong....  .3  0   - 5  Kelowna '  1  1        6  Vernon   '"0  3        5,  good things provided for them. half.  ing *5.07 from $6.30 Icll llu  shipper Ihe amount of $1.20.  The crate cost 45c, which left  lhe shipper just 78 cents for ten  rabbits.  * If these rabbits could be sent  at the live poullry rate it would  reduce the express charges one-  y.7ss:'77S7j__M-___M_^^^m7A '._____>/&*<-te .  'J  '.'I  Opci  Chn  a>. " ''VA >'i .. .'<��������������������������� v> . *- i -'- "���������������������������-���������������������������     '"������������������ '"' ' ���������������������������  Don't miss "Shoulder Arms"and  House next Saturday e  2 Chaplin a I their best  the   Enderby  ice   ancl  'There will'probably be some  changes"on the Armstrong team  for July 1st, asonc/al least, of  the players wishes, lo step aside.  There arc some promising.players turning oul>lo< practice and  rounding inlo shape.- Among  them arc Boh'-Lindsay, Steele  Fisher," Charlie -Watson,' A. Fin-  lay and Roy Burton.'     - .  The Kelowna"Game.   "��������������������������� '  "��������������������������� ��������������������������� *"^w'" I  Froin -the.- Kelowna Courier  wc take'tbe' following account  of the game played there ' last  week.  - "Armstrong won!-. Or rather,  they were handed' a victory on  a p|at(cr by Ibc extremely courteous" boys representing Kel-  owha in the Northern Okanagan  lacrosse league. : Wilh thc  score four to one in their favor, at the end of the third, quarter, the local slick handlers  went into a fiuik, Ihe bottom  seemed to drop out of the team;  whether it was lhat lhe fast pace  maintained the fir:;! three quarters had told, or that the Armslrong leani were in belter condition���������������������������(be locals were smothered with ai: avalanche of goals  .-=.=se-vei i-!=(:ou i i l^ci i i=J us Ufccvm 14  Seven goals in 15 miutil'-s is  some scoring-at ������������������lin I. r.i- ! il  musl hc recognized lh.it the  Armslro|ig boys were playing  real lacrosse in Ihe last quarter,  goal in true Newsy Lalonde  style-  classy, and Ihey bored in on the  Their passing and catching was  "Various explanations were  given by spectators and players  lo account for the lasl cpiarlcr;  some who had hoi an Kelowna  maintained lhat the Armstrong  team was playing under what is  known in racing parlance as  "wraps": bul he il known thai  Ibc visitors had n sky pilot battling on their defence, and it  may bc lhal an urgent prayer  for help was sen I skywards during lhe interval between the  third and la������������������t ���������������������������-os~i~n: whatever  lhc cause, it was a totally different team, a team lhal had the  locals outplayed in every department for (hc last 15 minutes. Seven goals in one quarter!    Think of il!  "The line-up of Ihe local learn  is given; lhal of the Armslrong  representatives could nol hc obtained.   An inquiry from lhe rc-  'SHOULDER ARMS"  Charlie  Chaplin and June  Ca-  ��������������������������� price in "Patsy" at the Opera  House Saturday Night.  Anolher big bill will be seen  a I Enderby Opera House next  Saturday night when Charlie  Chaplin in, his, greatest of comedies,- "Shoulder Arms," and  June Caprice in "Patsy" will delight what should be the largest  and happiest audience ever "assembled in this playhouse.  In order to give the children  a chance to see these specials,  admission for children under 14  will be reduced "to "-15c; adults  SOc. Bring the kiddies and  come prepared " to _-enjoy.~the  evening with thcm.v '-  ,  Enderby High. School  -   V . >     -   *             -"        ���������������������������'-''-'"���������������������������-'  Standing in Domestic  Science  Edith , Adams" ���������������������������.*-........  .90.2%  'Josephine Paradis     .89.4  Vera Sharpe :..  .88.5  Esther,, Carlson  .87.7.  Kathleen Lundy .......  .85.5  Verna - Peel" ..:...:"....  .83.0  Ruth Carlson     .82.2  Matilda- Oakes- .."-. S....  .81.7  Ethel "^ccj  :.���������������������������'... .a.   .75.1 ���������������������������  Joyce- Buttan. ..- ._  744  Martha Antiila   .097  Minnie, Funk   ���������������������������-��������������������������� ."  .66.7  Grace  Brash    ._-.-.  ;63J  Standing in Manual Training  Lome Landon   '.'. .89%  Ernest Landon   ....' 87  Roy Strickland   86  Keunelh Brown  .85 -  Eric Winter   82  Rov Oakes  .80  John  Harvey   73'  Carl Andersen   70  Edwin  Hawkins    \ . .60  DOWN TO BUSINESS  Carload of Tools and Working  Machinery- Arrives this Week  s'nr C. N..R. Camps-  The soldiers' supper and social evening held in the Grindrod ball last Friday was onc of  tbe most enjoyable events ever  experienced in Grindrod- Over  a hundred sat down to supper  at one lime. Others followed  at the second table making  about a hundred and fifty in all.  The men who made lhc tables  evidently knew what to expect  and they weren't disappointed  for there were dishes many and  varied.  The Grindrod boys present al  llie suppei were Mr. C. S. Hand-  cni-k. Mr. G. II. Weils, MiV F.  Dysart. Mr '"> lio-onian, Mr. L-  II. Andersen, Mr. S. Edgar. Mr.  Wm .McSherry, Mr. G. Wells,  Mr. Wm. Peacock, Mr. Percy  Peacock, and Mr. Rob Salt-  Some found it, impossible to  attend and others expected back  had not yel arrived. Grindrod  people were pleased'to see so  manv soldiers from Enderby  and Mara districts present.  After supper Mr. Gretton gave  a very interesting address of  welcome", 'hi showed in "a" very  few words how much the people appreciated what the -boys  had1 done and how pleased all  were to havc them back.  Mr. Handcock gave a very.fitting reply.' In bis speech'he told  how much the parcels sent from  Grindrod  were  appreciated. -*"  During-the intervals Mr. Kent  and Mr. Jesse Tomkinson sang  ahd the -Messrs. Rosoman - a nd  Wells played a duct. Then- Mi\  Owen of Mara gave a very';in-  tercsting speech, also .(hanking  the boys for what thcyJJhad.done  over there- This closed the "short  program. _,.'' - ���������������������������- V~ . /��������������������������� ~ JJ-V  -~- Mr'* Grclton'rtheiijV-askcd' fprj  three cheers for-thc boys'and'a  most hearty one .was. given/.  Soon '"after twelve ���������������������������' o'clock  dancing-began, and it 'was."thoroughly enjoyed by all. "������������������������������������������������������..?���������������������������  A small "sum of money was  left over and that was ..given  over to > the church building  commillcc. The people of.  Grindrod. thank all llie ladies  for there kind assistance; Their  handiwork was in evidence-in  the spreading of the. -tables  which, were a delight to the eye  and a joy to lhe inncrman.V  V H= '���������������������������' -",'"  GWNHROD NOTES  army of occupation inlo Germany. . He brings home -with  him many-souvenirs of the war,  among ^Iheni lhe helmet of an  officer in lhe crack Hussar dragoons. Jn lhe (\\'xi years ol service, Mr. Mack never lost an  hour from sickness and did nol  receive a scratch or wound,  lliough he. was mixed up in hot  engagements aL various times.  Miss J. Stoodley'was a' visitor  from Armstrong last week end.  Mrs. Harry. Tomkinson " and  baby Hazel arrived homo lasl  week- r '  School Inspector Anstey paid  a visit to .Grindrod school lasl  week. ~���������������������������r *~r ~ '   Tbe. work of construction on  Iho C. N. R. from Armstrong to  Kamloops has been delayed Jhe  past week or two owing to the  non-arrival of tools, etc., to do  lhc work. However, there is to  he no lurlhcr delay. The lirsl  carload of tools and machinery  for Ihe Armslrong and Glen-  einma camps arrived Ibis week,  and already lhe large force of  returned men, who are to build  Ihe road, i.s al work clearing the  right-of-way and "making the  roadbed.  puted captain produced a murmur !i|i.I a gruiil" that he'd give  GRANDVIEW BENCH NOTES  Mrs. Baldwin of Salmon Arm  visited her son here last week.  P. Bradshaw left last Saturday on xx short visit to Okanagan Cen I re.  Win. Bailey left for Penticton  lasl Tuesday. He expects to  bring a bride home with bim.  , Mr. Gilbert Lidstone left for  .')kanagan Centre last Saturday.  T'n expcctij |o be    gone    some  lime.  Miss Amy Abbott of Armslrong was a visitor lo Grindrod  lasl  week.  Mr. and Mis. W. G. Peacock  of Fnderby were visitors lo  (iri i id rod last  week.  Wc bear Mi.it Mr. B. Blackburn will move lo Enderby a.s  the ranch he rented "has been  sold.     ^'  ��������������������������� Mr. Gc-.rald Neve arrived al  Grindi'od'x from overseas Ihis  week. Mr'..Neve is looking hale  and hearty'although he' bas  spenl over four years overseas.  lie e.xpecls lo remain at Grindrod for al least a week then he  will go lo see his wife at Berkeley, California.   -*���������������������������JL.        "  A Beccrd Hard to Beat  ARMSTRONG   NOTES  B. .1. Fle-lcher unloaded another car of Chcvrolcls on Monday.  ' Born���������������������������AI Winnipeg, on June  16lh;"to Dr- and Mrs- B. II. O.  Harry, a  daughler.  T. II- Finlay lel'l last Thurs-  dnv f������������������L' Kamloops, where he  has accepted a  position.  T. 'Carlyle-Vcoward reports  having put through thc sale of  six farms in lhis district.  Chief P. O. Slrudwick came in  from .Esquimalt on Tuesday, he  having received his discharge.  Mrs. (1. Empey and children  left on Saturday on an extended  visit Avilh relatives in Toronto.  Mrs. N. Ferguson - left on  Monday for Halcyon ( Springs,  where, she expects to remain for  a-.weck. -  j . J  . Mr.J J. H. Wilson returned on  Tuesday-from TtcvjcJstokc where  bc was taken ill abotit/a month  ago_ and has"been confined to  the'hospital."  - Miv W.- Hornby has'   bought  Mr- Tl Gibson's farm-. Mr.Horn-  by,j, is": the'dairyman "and j,this *���������������������������  place,-he. has -bought- is just' the ~  fa"rtm,; Cor JhaLb.usincsSj^,.,^. ;^a��������������������������� ,  -;Rcv_.VT.- Wesley Miller left on   -  Monday,'-en~ route, for .'Halifax ,.  ii'Vconneeiiqn  with  military  Y. ���������������������������  M:.JC, ;A".. work."   It' is'expccted.'  he shall'-rcturii by August first.  _*"-.* V    j. j. "a".  "   The jharriage of Miss Eliza-  belh'Scoll,.daughler of Mr. and  M.rs.-A: M. Scotl, Vancouver, to"  MivWm.-H. HcarcT of East Delta, :wcll. known- in .Armstrong,;-  look   place  al . Vancouver last  week-  : TbciJiainc of Mr.-B. H. O.  Harry,", son" of Mivand Mrs. W.  HnrrjVof -Armslrong. is listed .  with-sixteen olher successful  'Candidales I'or lhc diploma of L.  M. C. C.,,announced lasl week  by Of-: B. W. Powell. Ottawa,  registrar of lhe medical council  of Canada.  Anolher lot of Armstrong  boys returned from France this  week.' among'(hem. Lieut. Trap-  pes, Scrgls. A. E. Lowery, W. E.  \yjlspn_nndjl._Auslin:_Corpl. J .  N  ~o  Mrs. Jas. Mack and sons, Pete  and Boberl, are visiting Mr. and  Mrs. A. Beeves. Bobert, who  recently returned from overseas  aflcr nearly five years' service,  bad the distinction of serving  as sergeant in Ibc medical corps  al Ihe Dardanelles and .Salonika  and afterwards joined the arlU-  I'-ry. was in Belgium and 1:  as a gui:in?r. Ihcit \y^::; V(-j  ninci  Diilhie.,,and Pies- T. A. Smilh.  M. Skellon. B. :md J. Hamil. All  Mie.se" mw( are looking fine and  are.^lia'pif? l<������������������-br, in the heme  Ohvi'i  again.  ^ ���������������������������������������������Jju__  Pa if I ing Up  The Fulton Hardware Co. report a general revival of the desire lo painl up lhe homes of  Enderby. both interior and exterior. The amouni of paint  which Ihis (inn alone has sold  would-be surprising, even in the  old building davs. This i.s one  of the besl indications and  points to still bigger things before thc summer closes.  Mr. Piper, has not been able  lo "hit his pre-war pace" in lhe  mailer of quantity, bul hc, loo,  fells us of much general improvement. 4'Thc following arc  among those who have bad rc-  painling done in Iheir homes:  Mr. Jno. Burnham. Mrs. Reeves, ���������������������������  Mrs. .las. Martin. Mrs. McKee, A.  Fulton, Mrs. H. Byrnes, Mrs. G.  Folkard, Okanagan Telephone  Co., Mrs. Glenn.   1 ���������������������������  A.r'Kpj.nkinson saw a fine bear  "���������������������������jollier f'av.   They .seem lo be  C'l>i/N rdenlil'nl  Me > "-���������������������������"!  vW'  i>"  a vi i  '���������������������������I  lii'iv LiU'.|\  ���������������������������   r OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY. JUNE 26. "3919.  <������������������fcanagan Commoner  In wliich is merged The Enderby Press and Walker'* Wwkly_  Published every Thursday at Enderby. B.C.. by The Walker Press. at$2.00  per year: 11.00 nix months. _______  ������������������J  THURSDAY. JUNE 26. 11)10.  LETTING THE CAT OUT  The following advertisement  was  laken  from,  the Ottawa Citizen of May 17lh, the day alter lhe  " Winnipeg strike was caled hy the building trades  and metal workers:  "See here, Mr. Tenant. If you contemplate  building a home do it now. II will cost you  dollars if you delay. The cosl of labor, lumber  and building material i.s not going lo conic down  any, bul rather it is absolutely certain to increase.  The same applies to rents. These will never come  hack to where they were, bul will continue to increase. Do you know lhal.since V.)\'A. farm products have increased 12'A7,. clothing Ifi.'i','. fuel  and light 709,. bouse furnishings I'A'A'S ��������������������������� Yel  lumber, building cosls and labor have only increased 579$."  This advertisement was inserted by lhe M. C.  Neatc Lumber Co., of Ottawa. Presumably the.  percentages given are correct. Assuming lhe  figures to bc authentic, il does nol require a very  high mental ccpiipmcnl to recognize one of the  immediate causes of industrial unrest in the comparative increase between Ihe cosl of living and  the increase in wages. The hitler, according lo  thc advertisement, has been bul 57'/- since 1013.  while food and clothing have increased in cost.  during lhe same period, by no less than 12'A'/,. and  153% respectively. Is il any wonder lhal labor  is going on strike for higher wages? If. the rate  of pay" to labor has only increased 579-;. how is it  that the cost of food and clothing has more than  doubled? How can the working man with a  family to feed and clothe be expected to keep his  home goiiig when be has to pay such exorbitant  advances for the necessities of life?  "Because no protection has been a Horded lo  lhc workers of Canada." comments the Ottawa  Veteran, "we are now faced with strikes thai bid  fair lo assume paralyzing proportions. and result  in widespread trouble and hardship. We have a  Cost of Living Commissioner, who has repeatedly  warned us a.s lo what i.s likely I,, happen in (he  way of further increases in cosl if certain policies  are pursued, bul no acl ion 'has been lakeii by  the government lo adopt relief measures. So long  as our exporters are allowed |() send vjist quantities of food over lo Kurope lo U-cA Ihe I Inns���������������������������tit  fancy prices���������������������������we may expect lo have lo pay dear-'  ly for the left-overs, for Ihe excuse for high prices  i.s afforded in the demand for supplies from foreign countries. We have, ,-is a nalion. heen very'  energetic in bidding for foreign trade since the  armistice was signed, and ;t number of large  creiIits=ha veHn\-e 11 =n:s-|,-11 > I i shi-d^'wlTere\W"\ lie" gov^~  eminent guarantees payment for goods made in  Canada and sold through foreign governments.  Bouinania     is     one   example.      P  torial in these columns a few weeks ago, in  cussing tbe inadvisability    of the 19K> tax sales  Act.  Mr. Bell may not be attempting purposely lo  becloud the issue, but be certainly does-attempt  lo side-step it.    it should he understood that lhe  editor  of  this  paper  made  no  reference  to   the  "proposed Municipal Act" which he says has nol  becn passed al all-    We referred only lo the Act  passed. Tin's Acl, we said, was railroaded through  (he municipalities and the legislature.    That the  Act  was  railroaded   through   lhe  legislature,  we  havc it on the authoriy of the Hon. Mr. Bowser,  leader of the Opposition, who so staled in a public address hi Enderby'a/few weeks ago, saying  tbe amending Acl was brought in at lhe eleventh  hour, when tlie house was aboul to adjourn and  nobody had an opportunity to look into il.    And  we   know,   positively,   that   a   copy of   lhc   Acl  was not sent to the municipalities in the interior  until  a   day  before' tlie  Act   was   passed   in   lhe  legislature. " . ��������������������������� .  Mr. Bell's logic in relation to the* penally clause  in lhe Act is epiite beyond us. A discount of 20  per ccnl for prompt-payment i.s hardly the same  a.s a penally for non-payment. We leave it lo our  ratepayers. Wen; your taxes 15'/,' less Ibis year  than lasl wilhoul the penally added? You who  are fortunate enough to have paid your laxes already and have escaped lhe penally, were your  taxes, 15'/,' less than last year wilh the prompt-  paymenl discount  Ihen allowed?  Mr.  Bell's concluding  paragraph   reminds  one  of Ihe wisdom of that famous epieen, who, when  her people were clamoring al Ibc castle gates for  bread and she was lold lhere was no bread wilhin  her kingdom, sen I word to her chief of stall'  lhat they be fed cake-    It is tbe old cry.    And llie  answer is the same.    "Your own  fault."    War  conditions���������������������������"your own fault."    Industrial unrest  following war conditions���������������������������"your own fault."   Income  and  other, war  laxes���������������������������"your  own   fault.'"  These politicians bave a delightful way of excusing themselves by throwing the blame upon  lhe people who elect tbem.    Tbey should understand, however, that Ihe people are not Irving lo  side-slep Ibc payment of taxes, or taking up any  other obligation which is their's.    All they ask is  lhal a reasonable policy he adopted so as to make  lhe load lighter now when so many burdens are  resting   heavily   upon   them.     We   consider the  government's    policy    of   penalizing   Ihe   home  owner, particularly at Ihis lime, is lhe most unreasonable and uncalled for that could possibly  be adopted.    Unquestionably llie drastic amending Acl was brought into force in order lo satisfy  holders  of sinking  fimd  debentures,  but if our  public men at  the beck of our financiers start  pulling on Ibc screws too tightly, Ihey will make  trouble for themselves and for Canada.  When Wars Shall Cease  When people ask me if I think !  that   Avar   will   cease   to   be,. I>  always say that I do, because thej  evil things in this world   do get j  Knocked on the head. Tim   drag-  jns  and    basilisks    and  cocka-i  trices have  become  extinct, and  most murderers g't hanged,   and  most lunatics get  locked up; and  men are  coming" more and more  to see   that   certain   evils    thac  ifflict life are not inevitable, and  are not the will of God,   but  are  simply the result of obsolete and  stupid ways oi  thinking and   bf  governing. It ought to be possible  for   the   mind   of   man,   which  made the steam engine, the submarine and  the  aeroplane, and  conquered the Black  Death   and  Yellow fever and   tyohus  fever,  to devise some  means of living,  nation with nation, without  this  periodical    slaughter known   as  war. It won't be easy   to devise  any such means, men being what  they are, with tlie instincts of war  deeply rooted in their hearts,   or  easily put  there by their rulers;  yet the mind of man can do most  things, if he can only get the will  to do them. ��������������������������� .John Masefield.  MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE THE SAME ATTENTION AS OUR :CUSTOMERS  DO  AT THE  COUNTERS.      WE   !>0  NOT CHARGE ANY 'EXTKA>GIl :DELIVERE?-Jfi-'VOUR  \ -   * .-.--���������������������������'-..-  PARCELS-    ALL LINES IN DRY GOODS    AND    FOOTWEAR    ARE.  DELIVERED PEEP AS!) BY US. -������������������������������������������������������ V  "This is an age of steel," said  the after dinner speaker.  "Permit me to suggest," interrupted the chairman courteously,  "that i'or the benefit of the le-  porters present you spell that  last word."  TAPRALCA���������������������������The Popular English Wash Fabric  7 Easl shades in plain colors, plain and fancy  < whiles, small floral patterns and 'neal skirl-  V ing stripers; all 'dependable, in fabric and  >   dyes;  widths, 30 inches.    SPECIAL,  75c yard  PAWGOON SILKS   "  The coolest of all Silks i'or Ihe 'warm .Iuih!.  July and August wear; 22 new and origin::!  brigl'il colors, including Iwo-lone, effects;  also plain black and while*; width, .'$?> inches.  SPECIAL, .151.(55 vard.  :->0!K  I for samples.  WHITE POPLIN  A   very  line ipialily  Cotton   Poplin  weight for "dress wear; width. .'J!;-!;  [id   10  lice Hoc  CANVAS C.I.OTII���������������������������New  willi llie reiil silk finish:  rollon;   wiilih,  .'{(i-in.  wohvc     in     llKll     MllllIlK  wiishes  like !,"><><!   while  SI'KCI.M.J   !).-)(���������������������������   v;.nl  WHIT!-". SI IT  slripc   Y.'i'iU'  wid I :>.  <<'<     A  iVill:  .'i.S-in ;  \ '.���������������������������!���������������������������;y  ���������������������������.pi-iU  WINTK (i.\IIH,\l)l.\l-:���������������������������Tlie new sol'l skirling ma  Icriiil for simiiiiorwi'iir: niiikes e.\ri.'IL':il coals  was tins li 1 > Jil.c new: width, HX-in; price, .S.le y:in  o  ���������������������������.viii'i'i: iMO! I-'  I'iiiiic (lord  SI'KCIAL   .  hi's!  Uns,'I  A.<-.\_\\ uu;.'ilv in slr.-dnw  I    lei-   Middies.  Skirls.  Price." ()5e   \;ird.  (Iii.-ilii'v prciiiinenl while:  iii.-i'inf.-ieliu'e: one ul' lhe   Price.  (!.")(���������������������������   vd  \yiHTK  MADAl'Ol.l.AX - ,\   very   line   pure   while  lili'-i'eric chilli; m.-idc like Ihe we.-ive id" :i line linen;  'will   \v;ish    iind'   wi'iir    hemiliriilly:    widlh,    .'Win.  SI'KCIAI.  .;"il)c   \;ird;   (i   vds   I'm-  &2.  A condor can exist without  food for 40 day and an eagle can  get along without a meal for 20  clays. Civilized "man eats three  a day- (if he has the price) but  all other animals eat only when  they're hungry.  The Hudson's Bay Company  ^ Mail Order Department H  VERNON. K. C.  British Columbia Interior Store*,  Cana clian  Food  Control  License No.  8-21018.  ...y.���������������������������.  NO MORE NONSENSE  crimps repay-  menl will he made some day. If nol- and I'ioii-  maiiia can scarcely be looked upon a.s a sullicienl-  ly safe counlry I'or ns lo lake risks wilh when we  are ourselves bordering 011 national bankruptcy  ��������������������������� the people will pay. ;is usual. Meanwhile,  under lhe present policy. Canadians mav go short  or pay double or Ireble prices for food.  "Cause and ell'ect go hand in hand. Mm do mil  strike  for Ihe  love of sinning.     The  reason Tor.  practically every strike now  in  fore.-  in  Canada  is lhe high cost of living.    And the high cost of  living  makes  millionaires  01.   ihe one  hand and  strikes on lhe olher.    The milliouairs may be in  con Ind jusl   now.  and   be  able   to  dictate   lo   lhe  Covornntciit  a  policy of protection  for their interests, bul (hey arc playing wilh lire and coiu't-  ing revolution. I'or (here is a  limil  to himiaiifen-  dur.-inre.     What   Canada   needs  above  all   llu'ngs  now i.s relief from  inllated prices,  in order lhal  the sped re. of anarchy may he perniaiienlly removed from our midst.     I.s lhere no ..man  in  lhe  cabinet big enough and bold enough lo ileal- with  this growing menace?"  Canada wants lo know beyond a doubt or cavil  lhal Ottawa is going to pul airend. so far as possible, to profiteering. The irritability of the  working classes has sonic justification when  viewed in lhc light: of what lias been: public gos-  idp for two or lhree years.. Impatient of delay  011. Ihe.pari of the Government our relumed  soldiers' have ��������������������������� been speaking in utter exasperation, and the. laboring classes long have given  warning of a supremely critical hour approaching. Jlul in Ihe face of Ihesc warnings Ottawa  has insisted upoii preaching a blind optimism  lhat was most exasperating in the shadow of. the  gathering sform. It was not until the storm  was at the breaking point lhat a commission to  inquire into lhc high cost of living was appoinlc  There- is lillle doubt that .much of Ihe present  unrest could have been avoided had !he commission been appointed thrc" or four months ago.  The Montreal Herald and Weekly Star well  puts il when it says: '*Jrood producers have nol  lhc slightest reason to fear tbe result of such an  ciiMiiiry. They only ask lhal it be thorough and  ciiiplele. Hul whal is to bc ihe o:il..N>i)ie'.' Is  ��������������������������� li-- report of lhe commission lo be "lib-d away  for M'fcrenec": thai is. lo be killed or at any rale  buried when issued? Are any penal lie-; lo be enacted for those found guilty of stealing from  consumers, by adding to the cost of their ncces-  sar..\ food? What i.s lo be done wilh men win  make people pay twelve lo fifteen dollars a  ���������������������������hushePfh"rN7oan"^\\MTiflr^  dollars,  for instance?    Whal  of  lhe butter and  the beef nabobs who have made huge  fortunes  cosl of goods, was described lo lhe industrial relations commission meeting al New Glasgow recently by Mr. Wm. Murray, manager of Ihe Pie-  Imi County United1 Farmers' Association. Ilosaid  thai at presenl the operations of the association  were confined' lo marketing lhe produce of its  members and the purchasing of Iheir supplies.  An oiler was made lo union men in the nearby  towns lo join the association and lo make it a  co-operative medium for the purchase of all lines  of goods needed. So I'ar an agreement of the  representation in lhe organization of the unions  lias nol yet been agreed upon. The association,  according lo Mr- Murray's statement, saved its  nirni.'bih T!���������������������������?!/���������������������������:  per cenl on  purchases  If. bought farmers" supplies and machinery  Irom lhe manufacturer, ll sold lo life farmers  al wholesale price, retaining lhe 5 per cent il  received for buying for cash vand adding overhead expenses. II had 1000 members and lasl  ,'ear did a business of .15200,000. The farmers delivered lhcir 'products to the organization and  look whal price lhe association paid for il. Lasl  vear $1 a bushel was obtained for potatoes.  Mr. Murray said his "organization was formed  to eliminate lhe expense of traveller and middleman, who wilh.lraiisporlalion added so great Iv  ���������������������������idded lo lhc cost of goods and caused the high  cost of living, lie. said lhat 5000 commercial  travellers were chasing all over Canada, and lit'  believed they did nol sell an ounce of stulV more  .lhan would he taken up in an" ordinary operation  jf the law of supply and demand.  POULTRYMENS UNION  COMPULSORY TAX SALES  oul of Iheir poorer brethren, by sqcezing the  fanners at one end of Iheir schemes, and Ihe ultimate customers al  lhe olher end?  "Much of the present industrial unrest is due  lo Ihe high cost of living owing lo profiteering  The labor world is emphasizing the cry of thc  consumers, and lhe demand of lhe producers.  that something shall reallv be done lo pul a slop  lo... the rising prices of lhc .necessities-of life, in  order lhal a few may fatten themselves by adding lo Ihe painful dillicullies of llie poorer folk.  Investigation i.s right enough! ll is in the direction of justice. Mill lei il end in jusl punishment for se.llish crimes against (he brotherhood  of lniiiiaiiilv!'*  !)ear Mr. Ivlilor:  Your lending editorial of -lib inst. deiill wilh  municipal taxation and collection. I judge you  wrote ralher hurriedly-, as there are several inr  '.ccuraeies in lhe arlicle. and a.s I am sure you  Jo nol wish lo misinform Ihe public, and as you  mention my name. I beg lo submit the: following:  You say lhal "lhe lax was railroaded through  lhe municipnlilic's and also through Ihe Logisla-  'urc."' The proposed new "Municipal Acl has nol  been made law al all- Il received ils lirsl reading  during the lasl session of the Legislature, and. i.s  heing printed and sen! lo all lhe municipalities  I'or lhcir inspection. Bul an amendment lo Ibei  old_Ac 1 _\ya_s_ enac10d_in_ l<J,l(.)_session.-thc-ini 1 jorl  The poultrymen of lirilish Columbia have I'or  a long lime realized'(bal if lhe expansion of lhcir  .induslry. which i.s so vitally necessary, i.s lo be  realized, lhcy must widen Iheir Held of operation  and take upon themselves* a grealer responsibiiil  ���������������������������something which all branches of agricullurc in  British Columbia musl do.  It has been fell  IhaJ\'xl is the duly of the producers to lake part  in'thc marketing end of lhe  industry in order lo assist in  introducing heller  methods of marketing, looking lo Ihe elimination  of waste and sonic unnecessary handling.    11 has  also been  realized  lhat  such  a  slop can  only be  taken through Ihe medium of a slrong co-opcralivc association and' thai such slrenglb as is essential lo success can only be acquired by giving all  classes of boiia  lidc"'poullryinen  over  lhe whole  province an opportunity lo pnrlicipale..  This was  Ibc sentiment  unanimously expressed  al a  convention  of  poiillrymeii    held    in    Vancouver on  August 22nd. 11)18-    Al lhal convention were assembled delegates representing practically.all lhe  principal  poultry sections" of  the Province, "who  placed' themselves oir record a.s strongly favoring  Ihe formation of a  provincial  organization such  as   would   enable   lhe   poullry   Iralernily   of- lhe  Province to-cli'eclually deal with Iheir manv dillicull problems.   As a result of the deliiiitc decision  (hen  reached  the Poullrymeu's Union of Mrilish  Columbia   was   organized   and   inc.orporn(c'd   on  Pecemher 2A,   IIJIKS.  after  careful   consideration  of the pin 11s suggested. The question of linaiiciiig  lhc   organization   was   fully    considered   and   a  syslcm evolved which  will" nol  only provide for  a sound and strong basis of finance; bul will enable I hose with large and small docks lo pnrlicipale aud ensure perfect equity so far a.s benefits  and representation are concerned.    Locals of the  Poiiltrynieirs   Union   are   being  organized   as   a  medium  through  which  all  bona  lidc  producers  may. obtain  membership in   lhe Centra!  Association   and   complete    arrangements    as    |.-> wa  louse  accommodation  are now made.  Two  Town  properties  , at  Bargain  Prices  7-room .brick cottage in good  repair; block and half from  posLofiice; lot 50x120; now  rented; $906,~nalf^down.  I 5-6 acres level land; fenced  nnd growing alfalfa;, river  frontnge; close in; i'ruit trees  .second year bearing; ideal  for poultry or small "fruit,  vegetables" etc.; $900;"half"  down. ���������������������������:  These prices are for quick  sale.   Apply��������������������������� ���������������������������  Tin-VWALKEK PliESS.  li.MiKi-.iiv,  li. r:.  Palace Livery  Ed. Sparrow,  Prop.  4  a  CO-OPERATIVE SUCCESS  1���������������������������  S1DE-STEPPINC   THE   ISSUE  We have no desire lo continue -the discussion  unnecessarily, but in a leller published in another  column of lhis issue, Mr. Ceo. Hell. M.P.I1., and  chairman of the Municipal Committee in lhc  Provincial Legislature, calls allenlion  to several  accuracies which he savs appeared in an cdi-   '' '  ' ''���������������������������'" ./ '  in  It i.s good*news lo learn lhat-lhe membership  of lhc United Farmers of H. C. is steadily increasing, and lhal it has been more lhan doubled in  lhe lasl lew months. The closer lhe farmers  study the" aims and objects of llie United Farmers  the more ready are Ihey lo become members. II  i.s (o (heir inleresl, Ihey feel, lo be more closely  identified1 with lhe organizalion, for Ihey see in  it llie possibility of more thoroughly getting control of the. industry and the heller handling of the  produce, to the advantage of the members.  The successful operations of a similar farmers' co-operative association in Nova Scotia, and  a method of extending its benefits to working  class  people as a  means of oll'sctting  (lie high un Ilia 1 is hil.  part of which related lo lax collections and tax  ;ale--. Please note, lhat Ibis amendment had been  in Ihe hands of Ihe British Columbia municipali-  lies for aboul a year previous lo ils enactment.  and the executive of the Municipal Union informed Ihe municipal committee of llie Legisla-  1 ure lhal lhc municipalities approved of il. and  lhal lhe said execulive (nol a commillcc from  -oast cilics as Vou incorrectly quote me as saying'  urged lhal Ihe amendment, particularly llie  "lauscs relating lo compulsory tax sales, was  needed al once.  You say.lhal "if (axes arc not paid in 'Ml days.  !"> per ccnl will be added and a further penally'of  10 per cent will be added in 00 days, together with  inleresl nCSper cenl after Dec..:filsl."'   The. facts J  areas follows:'    If    laxes    an;'.nol   paid* when |  due, .lulv Lsl. Ihen  10% is added.    If no! paid on  or before Ocl. lsl. then an additional :">% is added-  The lolal penally being I'v'"/,. while under hie old,  A el failure lo pay prompllv forfeited lhe right lo  a reduction of one-six lb olf, which equals '20,:/, on  ��������������������������� hence  llie   new'Act * calls  for 5  per cent,   less!  penally lhan lhe old Acl, the inleresl of 8% being'  lhe same in bolh cases. i  Your, editorial concludes-by .suggesting lo poli-'  licians lhal "such drastic laws as'lhe lax sale Act  breeds Bolshevism." Now, sir, as an Fnclerby  taxpayer. I beg lo say, lhal.il i.s. useless to blame  anybody bill, ourselves.- During lhe boom limes  we plunged decplv--inlo debt, thereby' necessila-  ling heavy annual taxes, and to make mailers  worse,'during lhe war our sinking funds were  allowed lo vun in arrcrs, and Ibis year our council is wisclv Irving lo catch up those arrears, and  I -.suggest lhal lhe besl Ihing we can do. while  regretting our past mistakes, make llie most oul  of lhe presenl. by paying our laxes in full, thereby protecting our property, keeping the eily's  credit good and reducing lhe lax tcvy next year.  Thanking you  I'or your valuable space,  I am.  IL<  PAS* JiS Al  GLOW IE BgLL  FOR every War Savings Stamp which you. can  purchase today for a fraction over $4.(30 the  Dominion of Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00  in 1924. If you cannot make an outlay oi $4.00 at  one time, accumulate sixteen 25-ceufc Thrift Stamps  and exchange them for a $4.0.0 War Savings Stamp.  f[ Should circumstances compel you. to realize 011  your investment, your money with accumulated  interest is always available.  JfATJONWI*.   W.Alt   SAVINGS   CO.M.M ITT1JK  (ISriti.sh   Cul:it!il;r:i   t:h-i!,:mi)  A'un������������������.-iMiv������������������rr, IS. C.  Bw Ti  if������������������  i  ^4  V+mmmp  i^Be������������������aiBfiaBs^8a^S3s������������������E55������������������;p THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1919  OKANAGAN COMMONER  V  ,.\W.\ .v,V'SJJJ-r^  Mymsmmmi/A /  m^^i/ym/s/^^AS.  wmm'W\!;y/^  '^VjPi'i  \\     V '-y. 7/      'i  \vv;i/ \v> /  ''&"**# Al\.V /  '"V\   ^ ii si"   ,-,-.  lk C\'-\\mh 7/  /Om ��������������������������� *?A-V / (A] rv*-  ,^yg������������������i^  (4  V  y.i/  in  INFINITE.  TS.SiPureWMleteaJ  S,,  &*.*������������������{'  .������������������= JSv.-wSf '"'" vi   v.tram'* Genuine E.6)  fe������������������    ft4���������������������������- ������������������'?   J-"*" -       < ���������������������������'-'���������������������������.��������������������������� .Varo wills*o*r  ^seS>~Vlli =V    i������������������. -���������������������������- -liii>*J -o .5;. 'SV-* Pure Paint  Nature's variety fids in the E-H "English " line an alrrtost  ecjusil vai'icty of o.Ioro i'or every possible situation.  Thc rrnco cf :-c:;dy irixcd shades is very broad.  Strike Leaders Placed Under  Cj ���������������������������"  Arrest on Bolchevik Bogie Scare  sv^i .:s -vv   yfsi y  ^yssyi-7/is'"' Yv/��������������������������� /  ffc  */  w  Ecnitlcs the  B-H "Eimii-sh" line,  we r-t-11   speci'if paints  for  barns, roofs, interiors, far-,j tools and machinery, automobiles,���������������������������  lest   grade  GUARD  AGAINST FIRE.  Tlie  tlraslie action  of  (lie  Federal  secret  service men in Winnipeg, in going lo llie homes of  tlie*-strike  leaders and   laking   Ihem   from   their  beds and hurrying Ihem away lo the'Slony -JVIoun-  lain penitentiary,- lhere lo a waif  a  hearing by a  special commission sent from  Ollawa, will have  far. reaching 'ell'eel upon  the strike.   .For a. lime  .il looked as if Canada was lo experience a hil of  '���������������������������Russian   Siberian  exile  slulT���������������������������the  arrest   of   lhe  sir      by secret'service police���������������������������-hurrying Ihem oil'  . !;;��������������������������� J:c  penileiiliary   wilhoul   trial  by   courl  and  t j ,.x\---refusal of right .of .'bail**awaiting trial, and  j aJMhnt'sorl of Ihing.   Bul.it "was only for a short  iiine.    Canada is nol Russia.    And, while nobody  wants anything lo do with. Russian Bolshevism,  neither will  Mussian  secret  service ancl  exile  be  countenanced  for a   moment.    Wiser heads prevailed,  and ii  now  looks as if  lhe  arrests  may  prove   a    real    blessing    in    disguise,    and   lhal  through  lhe slep having been   laken.  largely  lhe  result  of a  misinlerprelalion  of  terms, 'a  closer  understanding   will   be   reached   between   .sinkers  and  employers,  and   the   whole   industrial   situation will be cleared up within ;i week.    More and  more the Federal authorities arc beginning lo see  the  handwriting  on   Ihe  wall.     More  and   more  the Irulh pointed oul by lhe Ottawa Veteran, the  ollicial organ of. lhe Ci. \V.  V. A., is sinking in;  ami more and  more  the Ottawa  (iovurnniciil  is  forced to see that il is doomed if il does not begin  at once on a practical program along progressive,  legisla lion * lines.    The only thing ilial can save il  is   prompt 'action   along   lines   suggested   in   Pk'  following  editorial   from   the   Veteran:   "As   we  go  lo press  llie only comforting  feature of the  Winnipeg strike  has  been  lhe altitude of strict  neutrality adopted by  the returned  men. which  ell'ectually frustrated. I'or lhe time being al least,  lhe wish and hope of such reactionaries as-desire  to seen split between rcluniccMncn and organized  labor.    The worst feature of  the silualion  was   Sir  James   Loughced's   explanation   in   the  Senate of the Government's idea of handling the  crisis.   After slating (hat no riots of any kind had  taken  place,  and  having expressed   lhe  Government's realization of lhe seriousness of the strike,  and lhe number of troops available pending Hie  development    of -any    disturbance.    Sir    .lames  pompously   announced   that ' "under-lhe circiiin-  slances, I venlure lo say thai wilh the force which  I have mentioned, lhe Government should he able  lo maintain law and order in  (hat  cily.*'    Thus  does the'chief representative of  lhe-reactionary  forces in Canada, and. incidentally, lhe leader of  machine guns are required to preserve order and  Federal ininislers awake from sleep wilh ultimatums on their lips instead til" councils'*of concilia-  lion, and lhe leaders' of * industry arc'quarrelling  wilh lhcir workmen. Greal Britain is soKing htr  readjustment problems by progressive legislation  and has already sel oul lo control llie world'-,  trade. Are we going to gel together in common  conference ancl sel lie our difficulties, or do *w c  prefer lo in\ilc civil war?"  "���������������������������"'-^iu^;,,,,.,;  -   _*Vs %������������������r  H $ijA*\A-fv-S"-&  ���������������������������tt ra'jj^-i.^^.  BOf"** \  ���������������������������tt Cr.v.tu-i''  ~'7t   i^^^S^-A  MORE SCARED THAN KUKT  It may  turn  oul  thai  lhe arrest  of  the  labor  leaders in Winnipeg was ,i big scoop lor or a ic il  u  3  Sri  "Si  -?x  ..  .    ���������������������������     _^    .0&������������������  V fl pip^ft ^/  iS ������������������-rfi- -:y.    . ttg -?���������������������������-%&���������������������������  iis/������������������������������������������������������&  ^'hcii one hears ;i man say he  'gt>l   his   wile   p>  boss   lhe   fitlle  ���������������������������   1 ,1 . - 1        .   n    1  -i 'boost bold   10b   lie  w.is  einfaiied  loke upon    he secret ser\ice  men  who  pulled  il- ,       ' ,      ,, , -p   ,  ' ..... .     -        '.        ..      i''i oi'e Knows who lhe arcluteel  h-   job  was.  1  W hem you buy cUrectfroTO  the^ma  et-u-re-r-  the   principle   of  'from   workshop to  homi'Uircct."  Wosire ?M������������������iitjfiict'nr<3i'8.  Toke for in  stance Wecklhitt HiifJ-'s, Simne't h*in������������������s,  Ooltl tfronulies. iis >ve|his nuitiy articles  of.i������������������\vo|lc������������������r.vni������������������i!������������������J 10 your ort|iir \!:m>r  of f.l������������������i������������������ iirtich's inentu'lM c| j>reina<|e hy  us anti tire shown in onr store anti win-  Mows which are maniifactnreel rteht  here in Vernon.  so you see how it l������������������ tlint we sell for less.  C.J. WKITEN  E/arything in Jewellery. Vernon,  B. C.  Garden Products Needed.  From, reports brought lo lhe  Department of Agriculture by  various ollicials. it appears lhat  -r-lhe-^in I in hi la n Is^ol^oui^ei I ics=are-  nol giving ihe same attention  lo Ihe cultivation of lols as during last year.  . There is greater need for  continuing lhis work, especially  when we consider the large increase of population which is  pouring inlo Ihe province; also  Ihe period of unrest which always follows the conclusion of  wai's.  By the citizens 'cultivating  Ihe land around Iheir dwelling  and assisting lo reduce lhe cosl  of living by raising vegetables  for lhe feeding of Iheir families  Kiev ,'ire laking mi important  pari iu the work of reconslruc-  1 ion.  The Solution of'the Tax Arrears  Problem  the Senate, complacently propose to deal wilh a  situation which has been brewing for months and  dually found expression in a general strike. This  altitude of"Prussian-like repression is nol new in  Sir James- Mis provocative treatment ofsolilicrs  and inslruclor.Si._in - the Winnipeg vocational  schools Jed to a strike some few months ago,  which nevyi nearly ~dcvelopc.il into rioting. Now  we have him -relying-upon .machine gnus and  rillcs to quell any possible results of the Government's - consistent inability lo inaugurate coordinate measures .-bet ween lhe divergent interests of capita] and labor.  "The Velqran has repeatedly warnctl the-Governmcnl lhal law and order will only bc maintained by progressive legislation 'during I hese  '���������������������������.i!������������������j.'s of unrest and trial. We. predict "lhal relumed  "ns-'i". will not always remain neutral if lhe Government attempts, to intimidate those who seek  ,U .lice by the display of military force. Law ancl  ������������������������������������������������������Ver was not maintained in Winnipeg by any  onlribution on lhe part of lhe Federal Government. It was solely dxic lo lhe good sense of the  soldiers ami workingmen oxx strike. |ju( suppose  this strike had been called in November instead  of June? By lhat time Ihe war service uraluities  would be nearly all paid and. spent. Winler would  be near and employment scare:-. - Whal js Ihe  _ (iovernnienl doing NOW lo anticipate trouble  TIIFN? Are a few stubborn heads of iiiduslry  lo be allowed lo cause further strikes by arbitrary  refusal to consider lhe accepted right of organized labor to the principle of collective bargain-  lll'A-   JJPy.-i.Jhc' GovcrmiicnI__|)ropuse__lo.advance  olf. Which, will depend upon whal construction j0i  is pul upon Ihe word Bolshevik", ll appears lhal J ���������������������������  the Federal secrel service police .wore more  scared lhan hurl by lhc evidence againsl Ihe  plotters discovered in lhe Winnipeg raid. Hen-  is the slalemenl of Senator G. I). Mohertson, minister of labor, on whose authority lhe arrests  were made: -.. ,,  .  The document on which the arrests were made  "comprises lhe text of several letters which fell  into lhe hands of the authorities Tuesday morning when lhe Labor Temple was raided. One  letter spccilically stales: n"i have ju.st received "1  shipment of Bolshevik funds for the furtherance  of the One Big I'nioii idea." This teller came lo  M. B. Russell, one of lhe nccu.-'cd labor leaders,  who replied congratulating lhe writer "on his efforts. Another leller indicales lhal Bolshevism /s  desired and partly achieved control of Ihe "J'racle.s  and Labor Council in Winnipeg, and intimates  thai when ..control- was fully achieved, 'we will  use it lo our advantage."  II was upon tills information lhal Lhe labor  leaders were arrested^ In explanation, lhe Labor  News, the strike ollicial organ published al Winnipeg, says: "'Much is made of tht: slaleinefiL said  lo be found in a leller lo li. B. Russell:" '1 have  just got a-shipment of Bolshevik fluids for this  purpose." Whether tl.ie purpose referred lo is lhe  formation of the One Big" Union i.s nol clear from  the leller. Bul in any case lhe phrase 'Bolshevik  I'unds' i.s taken altogether loo seriously. A.s all  workers know, lhe term Bolshevik has" been Jin  common use lo signify Ihose-idenlilied" with' Iho  radical wing of -the .working class movement.  Sonielinics" il i.s used in. jesl: frequently il was  applied .'lo the Socialisl Parly of Canada who  claimed,to be oul-aud-oulers in opposition to lhe  Labor Parly group, who were charged with being  merely bourgeoise reformers. An ordinary  worker would never imagine from reading lhe  letter, lhal the funds rcferrcd-lo^came fro nr. 11 ir  Bolshevisl.organization. "So when-Mi:. Russell-is  said to have'sla ted thai 'wc have prpUy'nearly got'  control of tlie Trades aiid Labor CqJ'.mcil. aiid be"-.  lieve me we will'use it lo'o'iir ad vantage/, he re-'  I'crsVo lhe Socialisl 'Party of .Caunda.-which ��������������������������� regards lhe Labor Party as a rival political organi-  zalion. ���������������������������'Bolshevism' in Canada is*mol Russian  Bolshevism. .11 is a spirit of re voir againsl highhanded, action and merciless exploitation. .-That  'Bolshevism' i.s growing rapidly.'"   ^  -"���������������������������.-   ���������������������������  Goarse Salt for  Hay field ���������������������������.  W, -J: WOODS-  -KNDERBY  "EVER^READY'?  ; ;.  Trnnsfpir.niid'Kcod Stables  .    *  ���������������������������   F. YV. DUNN,' Mjinagor-  -'.-���������������������������".--T-r'  Hitherto, current city taxes  could nol be paid while those of  previous years were unpaid; but  under lhe legislation now in  force lax arrers can be consolidated inlo a hmi|) sum. and oiie-  fiflhdhcrcof. wilh inleresl. paid  each vear with Ha  Your Help is needed  We are now prepared to.g'ive Enderby a larger and better  local paper than ever. With your help, Mr. Businessman,  we shall do it. Lend your support and help onward. We  cannot ff'et results without it.     OKANAGAN COMMON KM     .Inken   fo  erly in good slandiiii  Led  lhe owner againsl  lax sale  industrial peace by conciliation, or does it hope  lo struggle through the lesling-tinie of winter by  methods of attempted' repression? What guarantee have the people of Canada-Jhai Iheir Government, knowing full well Ihe situation and its  possibilities, is doing aught lo allay the growing  discontent which i.s directly traceable lo a soulless and selfish minority of men who owe Iheir all  lo Canada?  "Organized labor had ils part to play. The  sympathy and support of relumed men canned  be given where seditious, alien, or rcvohilionarv  sciilimciils prevail. There musl be n repudiation  and combing oul of all such inlliiences. We waul  noihing heller iu Canada Hum Brilish Iradilioir;  and institutions- We are nol hankering after  lhe strange gods of Russia. Relumed men recognize and subscribe lo the principles of Irade-  iiiiionism. because lhe majority of Ihem ;iro productive workers wilh allied interests, bul Ihey  will not countenance Ihe exlremisls who preach  Soviet rule mid seek to sel up an oligarehv as  dangerous and selfish as Ilia! of the vested interests. The returned men of Canada have: a  grave-responsibilily resting upon Ihem. To Ihem  Ihe people are looking more hopefully lhan ever  1   the  maze of  Mny Soon-be SettledJ  Winnipeg. June 21.���������������������������Reinstatement is^now. Um  principal issue of lhe general strike heie. -Al the  Labor Temple il i.s openly hinted Uial all/Oilier  mailers have been satisfactorily adjusted.". While  110 ollicial slalemenl has yel been given out. il is"  held to be no secret thai if satisfactory arrangements can be arrived at concerning reinslalemenl  of strikers���������������������������and this-includcs policemen, liremen.  civic employees and nlkolhers��������������������������� lhe strike will  _nti immediately.   ���������������������������  -.Correctly Staled.      .-'.-"  in lhe u 11 res I in Canada can be J raced a lack of  coiilidence in Lhe governmcnl, a feeling LhaL lhe  public is being delivered bound hand' and fool  into lhe ruthless hands of profiteers, big'and lillle- Where such feelings exisl. strikes are easily  fomented because lhe}' are a means of expressing  dissatisfaction   wilh  exisling  condilions. ��������������������������� B.   C.  Onr  Transfer  :i!\v:iy.s  ;il  your  service ;i| ii  iiKiincnl.'s noliet'...  .   '���������������������������  No mailer liow sniiill or litnv hirgcj.  11 ie  job, l'r.-m'k  will IkiihIIu it for  'you, :it a rcsisonnlilf price.  litlvc'clcrc- 'Si.  IvNOKHBY.  P..C.  A   C. SKALING, B. A.     k   .  C-\..  ��������������������������� ' Bar'risLer, Solieilqr,  Notary Public.  . " - INSUUANCi: -  Hkx.x. Blk. ENuiirmv. B.C.  VJ#'  I2NDERBY .LODGE-  No.:������������������. Iv. or. I*.  Mi-i-tA 2nd & Itli   M'nilny cv:  _-Tj^Sr ^  ^    M.-els 2nd & it li   Moiilny ovo  Wr\*J?A>S~?j     i������������������ M.-t-.������������������nic Hull.    Vi.jil.,iBL-<.r-  -VV^rS-S^      ili:illv imilcl l������������������!ill<-n<l.  . Clii>. M SIIAUI'I.C. 0  II. M. WA1.KKK. K. It.S  11. .1. COI/rAKT. M.I'.  A.F..&A.NJ.  i:m!uiliy l-odirn No. 40  lit-Kiil.-ij rnccUiiKH list  1'hi.i-od.ij on ot nflcr the  full intMt.i tt S p. m. in iM.-i-  ���������������������������i.nic ll.-ill. . ViutiilK  hi.ilmt. i-ojdi.'.lly invitefl  S. II. SI'KKliS  W.M.  C  II. RUBVES  St'cictJiry  current years  laxes.    This will keep Ihe prop-, for action and leadership out  fron  and pro-'divergent interests and intrigues which inl'esl (his  . i- ,    .cpunlrv.   No collective body of men is belter abh  or-* courl   proceedings   vear   bv   * " ... . . ���������������������������'  , a* u  vear a.s long as the pavm'ents are ,u Pt;l'|<������������������''" "n* service, .and no grealer scrvic  kenl up. Taxes levied in or be- voi\U\ be rendered lhan lhe bridging of gull's Ilia;  fore year P.)17 are now clelin- al present separate us inlo sectionalism and pre  ({iienl. aud slops will have to be vent "lhc progress bf our nnlVii along democrali.  IIuMr   ������������������>H^l"������������������������������������   ������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������ and,conslnielive  limVof  enmmon   Welu.re  and  iWM^%:*s&r&: Ss s . "V  i������������������&:ifri$n.<:t?jA' ���������������������������  -!/:-?>?'���������������������������-  %*%!&'��������������������������� '���������������������������'-���������������������������c fit t" ��������������������������� '��������������������������� * ^P'^^������������������A^.-trrtr^::^rm^^.  ������������������Vstg  -r-  ���������������������������*2i.'������������������������������������B������������������  ��������������������������� ���������������������������- ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������JtiWHii  ','TJ--.-*>  liny t'if'JiK with "if-C Ji'f:*ilfa ci-'.ks  j.yc:ar    unless    properly   -owners  avail themselves of lhe consolid-l  alioii scheme. I  internal   harmony.  "While Sir James   is. .figurjiu'   oul li  ow manv  Boating  on,, the  River,  one of the  pleasures  at  Enderby  Cr  -. t' -f^    '  ������������������< .b-i's :sS'  -���������������������������j5?'2>%*fcS.  -.    . '  , j,.   ^ Jt>-Jr^������������������Z.&'Jtr*_a������������������_bG8S&������������������tai  wii7^y sm  >^::  ���������������������������i������������������ni  ^is.'Vs.  f-; OK AN A G A JN COMMON ER  THURSDAY, JUNK 2(5, 19IIP  j^^m>^i#^������������������������������������������������������  HS  kkkkik^  Just the Things  You Need these  Hot Days  The Famous Florance Automatic Oil Stoves  and oven. Prices���������������������������2 burner, #21.30; 3 burner,  $27.50; ovens, $7.0;").  Refrigerators, $6.00 to $17.(MHo $50-00.  Garden Hose. Nozzles, Couplings, Washers,  ancl Sprinklers.  Churns, Washing Machines.  Sc.vlhes and Seville Slones.  SSSSQ  Id  A  A  A  A  a  -_  A  A  67,  Hay'Carriers and Forks, Hop? .-mil (  We.  anticipate   your   requirements  iblc.  and  en  deavor to ineril your e\cry want  line.  in Uie liarttwan.  Sharpies Suction-feed Separators.  McClary's Ranges.  The famous While Sewing Machines.  Plumbing and   Healing.  " o  Fulton Hardware Co. Ltd.  ENDERBY  A  A  A  A  \A  A  A  A  \A  -  A  A  CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL  Names of Candidates to He  Elected Saturday Next, June  2Slh to Represent Spallumcheen  Municipality.  READY FOR JULY FIRST  Armslrong cily, sLood solidly  back of only three candidates  for   the   honor   of   representiiu  Armstrong's Celebration Promises to Be Biggest Event Ever  Staged Here.  The First of July Committee  are   leaving  no  stone  unturned  lo make lhis, Peace Celebration  the besl lhat has ever becn put  CjMis'olidaled |on nl Armstrong.   The program  lis long and varied and -made to  thc   city   on    lhc  School   Board,   lo  be elected  on  Salurdav-nexl, June 28lh. Theirj Ihv enjoyed   by   all.     The main  names  are  Mayor  Wright,  Mr. I Valurc,  of  course,  will  be   lhe  A. Adair and Mr. H. A, Fraser.!ac-r������������������i)la,le    !1iSlll<    wllich   lilone  These being lhe only candidates INVlil   bc- worth   ihe  price of act  nominated, -lhcir    election   was  made by acclamation.  The   ratepayers   of   tbe   Spallumcheen were nol so I'orlunale.  as lo bc able lo agree upon lhree  men   lo   represent    them on  Hie  Board, and an election will hnwj  lo be   held    nexl   Saturday,  thel  following candidates being pro-,  posed:   Messrs. John   Dalziel.   I.A  K. Farr. T. N. Hayes, W. T.I lily-j  hurst and K. W.Pallen. j  A  A  \A  raas^aaaaaaaaaaaaa  B. License" NoJ 9-."M09  Save   Money   by   Paying   You  Taxes  Monday next, June 30th, willc  be lhc last clay i'or payment ot'  Enderby city and school taxes  at par. On July 1st, as required  by lhe Municipal Act, the increase of ten per cent goes into  ell'eel. If you arc in arrear you  can slill pay the current taxes  and save the percentage, by  paying also one-fifth bf the back  taxes. The collector's .ollice a I  the City Hall will be open for  the reception of taxes all day  Saturday and Monday, and also  on the evenings of those days  Wholesale and Retail Butcher    until nine o'clock.  tf vou havent tried our hams  and bacon you have not tried  thehe*t  GEO. ft. MlArtPE  Dominion   Day   at   Avalon.  The Avalon Theatre will give  continuous niolion piclun  shows beginiiig at 1 p. .in. lo  9 p. m. on Oomiuion Day. July  lsl. showing lhe greal Mae Murray in "licr Body in Bond," and  a  side-splitting comedy.  At 9::>0 p. in. lhe grand ball  in lhe Avalon Theatre willslarl.  Rul ledge's big six-piece orchestra will play lhe latest dance  music- Supper will be served  next door lo the theatre, in the  building formerly occupied by  Sawyer's candy slorc. Everybody gel ready I'or Dominion  Day. See the greal aeroplane  Highl. lhe motion picture shows  and finish the day with llie  grand ball.  Mrs. Terry, wife of Ihe well  known governmcnl poullry ex-  perl, and children of Victoria.  are slaving wiih Mrs. II. E.  Wabv.  mission to the grounds. Capt.  Hoy was io Armstrong this  week lo complete arrangements  for ihe flight. He slated to the  committee lhal he and Capt.  Dixon, (lie pilot, would lly to  Armslrong from Vancouver not  later lhan the dav before the  First.  liie committee asks everyone  who can manage to aid in feeding Hr -'-owd expected lo do s<  by est;.' ashing a boolh on the  groum's. Thcy promise ample  feeding accommodation  for all.  Garden Products Needed.  From reports brought to" lhe  Deparlmenl of Agriculture by  various ollicials. il appears lhat  liie inhabitants of our cities are  nol giving lhe same attention  lo the cultivation of lots'as during  lasl year".  There is grealer need for  continuing this work, especially  when we consider the large increase of population . which is  pouring into thc province; also  lhe period of unresl which always follows lhe conclusion of  wars.  By the citizens cultivating  Ihe land around their dwelling  and assisting lo reduce lhe cost  of living by raising vegetables  for...(he feeding of Iheir families  Ihey are hiking an important  pari in the work of reconstruc-  alion scheme.  STMAWHEKKIKS   Fresh     from   the  vine.    Orders l.-ikon  now.    Hurry  Cros*-   nhorw'   ���������������������������>���������������������������}.   Kudrrhv 3  Enderby  .1 HUSKY lll-;il-'i-:n I'm-, .sale: fresh.  Also Jersey hull en If. II. Byrnes,  Kndrrhv. 1  THE GREATER USE YOU  GET OU'f OF THE   -  TELEPHONE THE BETTER  IT WILL PAY YOU.  USE IT FOR LONG DISTANCE  CALLS.  AND NOTE THE  SAVING IN TIME AND THE  EASE WITH WHICH YOU  CAN DO BUSINESS.  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  this demand by taking  the agency for the  popular Gray Dort. If  interested let us demonstrate to you the..  car's superior qualities.  Jas. MGNahon & Son  New Garage     Vernon Rd.  >(0  o  3iY3>  Now at your service  Tires, Tubes  - General Accessories  Ford Parts & Repairs  Experienced ih handling grv^  Auto repairing  All work guaranteed  5  i;  Jas. McMahon & Son  Vernon Road  ���������������������������^  *  Enderbv  =>o-=>o  (O  Having helped: lo adjust the situation in  Europe, we are back al  the old sland ready lor  business ��������������������������� painting,  kalsoinining, p a. p e r  hanging. Try     our  prices.  C.  G.  PIPER  Box 43 Enderby  OKANAGAN  TELEPHONE CO.  MEET ME TO-NIGHT AT  LEONARD'S BILLIARD  V      PARLOR  jippp COO  -������������������-Jl  Print, light grounds, reg- '.Vic yd  5  yards  I'or  $1.-15  Jjlaek and blue Voile, reg (30c yd  5 yards-for 92.50  Colored     Jap     Cotton     Crepe.,  reg. 55c yd; now 2 yds for $1.00  THP FACTORY  BKIUNI) THE MACHINE  This is ii very  importune   q  poinl lo consider in buying   a    Sewing    Machine.  TUP  "White? fatwy  is   inncle   in   one   of   tlie "  liiiKt'sl  tind  most modern  factories   in    the   world."  THE WHITE Inis been iiKiniifiicliired and sold for  over .'!!> years���������������������������more Mian Iwo million have been sold  lo salisfied users���������������������������and is backed today by :i company  a.s si roiij,' financially a.s Gi bra liar.  The Durability. Dependability and Pesirabilily  of lhc WHITE MOTAHY is unquestioned.  dome and get yours;   livery machine guaranteed..  EveryMachine i������������������ .Gyftiri*ateg<L  Fulton Up rdware Co. J^e.  ENOEW3Y, B.C.  Now is the time  to order your supplies  for the Preserving Season  We have stocked heavily in all sizes of Sealers:  E-Z, Economy,. etc. All kinds of tops available. Order early and avoid being disappointed should  the supply become exhausted.  E. B.������������������>ILL  Men's Wear Groceries     l Enderby, JB. C.  Canadian Food Control  License No.>8-17170.  KING EDWARD  <T S ' " ' '  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  Are you going to 4o any  PuU4ing- or jiep^irmgr  Tfris Season*?  THE FOLLOWING A������������������E GOOP VALUES:  No. 'I Ceiling, Flooring unci Siding. .$20.00 per M  No. 2 Dimension, 2\ | and 2x0 $25.00 per M  IG-incli Slab Green Wood $2.50 per !^;.J  QKANAGAN SAW MILLS  .-><><  >nz ���������������������������  | Do You Want Sor   Electrical  i  Hath*���������������������������  *������������������  0  ft  o  l  ��������������������������� -iZj:.><.)  While Voile Blouses  hildren's Middies  !!' JCS  ancl Children's 'hits  20q^  discount  Shoe Pepartment  Sandals��������������������������� le  alher'..   ami     while  Canvas,  45c oil'  per pah  SKUFFERS  ��������������������������� Flic     and     eal  '10c  ofT per pair  High-top   While  Shoes.   Ladies'  and Children's; 50c oil' per pair  S. H. Speers   Enderby  ENDEBPY SUPPLY COMPANY I  The Men's  anc|  Poys'  Store of  r  Enderby  ii  and cannol gel il in lown, write, wire or phone to U  The Okanagan pjectric 1  Hats  Caps  Shirts  Clothing  Underwear  Boots & Shoes  (J Agents for lhc PATHEPHON  X  lhe machine lhal plays all make  ll 'of records.  Vernon  We [lay express lo Armslrong and Enderby  Agents   I'or  Northern   Electric   J-iinn   Lighting   Plants.  I  >������������������3  Mr.  Merchant  The next time you require  anything' in Commercial  Printing'���������������������������  letterheads  Loose-Leaf &  Standard  Billheads  Envelopes  Circular Letters  Business Cards  Etc.,  Tell us your navels and let us give you an estimate on the  cost. We can givj quick sarvici -in 1 produce Job Printing  tnat satiolbo, at live a:i:l let livj priejj.      Phone or write.  THE WALKER PRESS.  Hmlcrbif. II. C.  V  I


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