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Array lk  0mm  ^^iivt uo//w.-v  1919  Vol. 13, No. 21, Whole No. 617  ���������������������������'ENDERBY, B. C. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1919  t,_  \^rr-\rr^.-. .. -i-Zr-  Subscription, $2 a year; oc copy  Enderby Centre  in  fcr   fcr   fcr   fcr   fcr    fcr   fcr    fcr    fcr   fcr, - fcr    fcr   fcr   fcr    fcr  J*    4*    ������������������   #%    #*    ������������������%   j***    J*    ������������������    *���������������������������%   J*    ������������������    *������������������    ������������������    **  X X  X ENDERBY NOTES       ������������������  X X X SS XX X XX X X  X X  High School Work  Enderby high school centre  led the other Centres of the  Vallcj' in the recent matriculation examinations.  Eight scholars were successful oul of ten trying. Summer-  land was ncxt of the Valley  schools, wilh 11 passes out of 16  trying; Armstrong .third1 with  11 passes oul of 17 trying; Vernon 9 passes out of 14 t^ing;  Kelowna 9 oul of 16 li-ying;  Peachland 4 oul of 7 trying, and  Pcnliclon 4 oul of 16 trying. In  addition lo Ihesc. Enderby had  1 passed conditionally, Summerland 3, Armstrong 5, Vernon, Peachland 3, Kelowna 3,  and Penticton 7.  Thc names of lhc successful  scholars in Enderby Centre arc:  Enderby���������������������������7 writing, 7 passed:  Rachel C. McKay, 810; cAntoin-  ctl Paradis, 767; Henry, Vogel,"  737; Isabella Howard, 618; Vio-  o ' '  let V. Grant, 611; Agnes Sparrow. 597; George Sparrow, 559.  Non-Municipal Schools: Deep  Creek���������������������������    Number    writing    2,  ���������������������������passed 1: J. Audrey Mallory,713.  ��������������������������������������������� Norlh   Enderby���������������������������No),   trying,  1; passed 1: Mary Turner, 615.  Hupel: No. trying,2; passed 1:  Winnifrcd E."Large, 584.  Mara: No. trying, 6; passed, 3.  Henry Putula, 583; EllieK.  Koski,579; Helen A.Witala, 550.  Armstrong Centre-��������������������������� Armstrong: No. trying, 15; passed,  15:Molly Holliday, 773; Beatrice  Mitchell, 756; Jean Stokes, 719;  Hazel A. Ross, 705; Louise  Kittleson, 701; Frank Wright,  681; Leonard Armstrong, 668;  Jessie McLean, 661; Milliard  McCallan, 655; Evelyn Patten,  650; Lucy Waugh, 649; Tom  Fowler, 646; Barbara Piggott,  626; Frances Swanson,598; Bernardino Cross, 568.  Spallumcheen Municipality:  Hullcar;. No. candidates, 1;  passed, 0; Larkin, No. candidates, 1; passed, 0. Knob Hill,  No. candidates, 1; passed, 0.  Larkin���������������������������No. candidates, 1;  passed, 0.  Otter Lake, No. candidates, 3;  passed 2: Harry McDonald, 616;  Margaret Pclly, 565,  Pleasant Valley, No. candidates, 1; passed 1: Dudley  Richard, 616. -,.  Non-Municipal School���������������������������Glenemma: No.candidatcs, 2; passed  2: Norman Gillis, 737; Kathcr-  inc T. Bell, 549.  Miss  P.  D.  Faulkner  leaves  this week  on  a  visit  to  , coast  cities.  *. ~  ARMSTRONG   CHAMPIONS  The Game that Settled the Lacrosse League Championship  Played on the Home Ground  Thursday Evening:.  To win a game which gave  them thc championship, and yet  to feci disgusted with themselves was the unique experi-  - ence of lhc Armstrong lacrosse  team Jast -Thursday 'evening.  The fact- is "IliaI' if it~"had' not  been for Harold Murray's goal-  " tending, the championshiprace  , r\vould still be unsettled.   As;it  was, Armstrong nosed out a 7  . to (V victory,   aiul , if play had  , lasted another ten minutes there  is no telling what might have  happened.   Kelowna was going  ��������������������������� slrong at.the finish and.crowding the Armstrong goal. >V  {tearing in mind thc past performances of the two teams, tlie  result is hard to explain. Two  facts, Jib>vevcr, were fairly cvi-  ~ dent One is that the Kelowna  Jeam was much strengthened by  the inclusion of Brown on their  Jine-up. This is the first game  that he had played against Armstrong, and U made a frig difference to the team to have him  at point. Besides, the fvejowna  team were out to win ancj  played a hard game. They almost got there. An exchange  of goalkeepers would have done  it. *    '     t  should -be of considerable value  to the Armstrong team. They  have^ two more games to,play,  and with the other teams in-the  league gathering strength all the  time, it is . just a "question  whether they will win both or  either of them.  However, Armstrong has reason to be proud of the season's  performance of their team.  Thursday's, game was the-sixth  straight win- - Tlie bovs have  practiced .diligently. They have  won the championship, and the  outlook is good for 1920.     "-  ���������������������������' The score by quarters of  Thursday's'game was as follows  Armstrong  2   3   Jl   \���������������������������7  Kelowna  .2   0    t    3���������������������������6  Tlie league standing, is now:  Goals  Won JM>st   for against  Armstrong ..6   0.   47      22  Kelowna' ... .2   4       24       35  Vernon  .....Jf   5      2\       35  flQQVJSR mbb WSSTRQYEP  turned to Ww Grown4 L*������������������st  Thursday Morning Together  With Five Carloads of Inm-  t������������������er ant} QntWWngs.  ""The sccond~fact isTJhat Armslrong boys were suffering from  over-confidence. That was clearly shown by thc way thc defense  players left their positions to go  down the field. All of them were  guilty, of this except, perhaps,  J lorrcx. Thcy usually got back  in lime but in a disorganized  condition. The result was that,  while the home team annexed  their usual number of goals, the  defense was penetrated for  double lhe usual number. It was  in the field, however, that Armstrong was weakest, and a reorganization of the team would  seem lo bc necessary if thcy expect to win in Kelowna on Aug.  Mlh.  The game throughout was  featured by close checking.  Somc of the players seemed to  resent this���������������������������not being accustomed to it. As a result thc  "game was marred by a few incipient fights. Lacrosse is not a  parlor game, and when the play  is even, it should be taken as a  matter of course that the player  must lake a little punishment  without saying anything about  il. The penalty list was the  biggest of the season, and the  game the most ragged of the  season.  The many friends of_ftfr. C.  Hoover will regret to learn of  his serious loss sustained last  Thursday morning when his  saw mill at Hullcar was Jfrurncd  to the ground. He lost, with  the mill, five' carloads of lumber  mul^forsl!ipmerit7"antrtIie_J5ig  traction engine recently purchased hy him.  The fire was discovered af 3  o'clocjc. It then had great headway, and there was no chance  to save the mill or Jhe lumber  piled ready for shipment.  At 4 o'clock a messenger  came to Enderby for.men to  help fight thc flames, and  Okanagan Saw Mills at once  loaded two autos and hurried to  thc scene. They were unable to  do more than prevent thc fire  from spreading beyond the immediate vicinity of thc mill.  Tlie burning of the mill is a  serious loss to Hullcar district.  It is believed thc fire originated  in the slab pile, probably from  a spark from the engine.  Co-Operative Stores for Valley  Thc Vernon branch of the  Great War Veterans Association  has decided to take steps in the  direction of organizing a chain  of co-operative stores throughout thc Okanagan Valley. A  committee has becn working on  the scheme for somc time and  the plan was supported at a  large meeting of thc Vernon  branch.  x *������������������������������������������������������  Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Duncan  and son are enjoying a holiday  at Mabel. Lake.  fcr  Mrs. A. A. Faulkner is leaving  Sunday on a visit to New York  and olher eastern cities. 0  sr  Mr. Sid Waby wcnl   lo  lhc  coast   last   week i'or   medical  treatment at  the military hospital.  fcr  Mr. and.Mrs. L. C. Grieve left  on Monday for Pembroke, Out.,  where thcy will spend several  weeks.  *r  *m  Mrs.  Warwick returned  this  week  after  a   visil   of  several  weeks  wilh  her  soil,  Jack,  in  Vancouver.  S s:  Miss Winnie Bell, of Victoria,  returned to hcr home this week,  after spending,a week or  two  in Enderby, the guest ol" Miss  Teccc. .  sr %  Major J. H. G- Baird loft on  Tuesday for Vancouver lo bring  Mrs. Baird home, who has been"  in hospital there for treatment-  the past few weeks.  '- sr  Mr, A, JR. Rogers and son-arrived on Tuesday from Minnc-,  apolis. Mr. Rogers is making  one of his periodical trips of  inspection. Mr. Rogers Jr. will  remain here for the summer.  * o   ' *  The marria'gc of Miss Hazel  Stevens-to Mr. Ward H. Coble,  is announced, the happy event  taking place  on _Tucsday, .July  15th at the home of hcr brother,  Vancouver.   Mr. and Mrs. Coble  will reside at Bend, Ore.  x     -      ������������������  It is a-great..pleasure .to; sec,  our Enderby boys who .went  overseas gradually, getting back  into/busiiicsslifcAvhcrc thcyjlcf I  6ft' at the call of duty." Fred  Johnson is-the, last to arrive, and  he has resumed his position at  tlie" meat block with- Geo: R.  Sharpe.  7x "  The lawn social given " Jast  Wednesday evening at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. E- &. Dillon aid  of the Enderby baseball team,  proved a "great success. Thc-  reorganized Enderby band was  in attendance and they surprised  everybody.��������������������������� even themselves.  Some very fine "selections were  given. The social was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed  by all.  X  ptc.' Sam Roberts,, who recently returned from overseas  accompanied by his bride, had,  perhaps thc narrowest escape  from instant death of any man  in_ thc fighting line.   shot-by a German sniper, the  bullet  piercing  his   helmet  on  back to llie base hospital, and  Ihence lo England where lie  spent'���������������������������many-: months' recuperating. He is now looking very  well and is getting backinto  harness gradually.  ' '     sr     .  Mr. and ~Mrs. Lethorn and  Mrs. Orr, of Bluevale, Wing-  ham, Ont., arc visiting their old  friends, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anderson, this week, and arc enjoying lhc many canyon drives  aboul lhc dislrict. Speaking of  roads, Mr. Lc thorn "says be  finds our country roads*1 belter  lhan those of Ontario.  sr  Whether il was loo much social or loo much ovcr-conll-  dence il would be hard lo say;  bul it was something. The way  Enderby's baseball champions  were walloped at Vernon last  Thursday afternoon was a crime  as dark as Bolshevism. Wc arc  not going to say anything about  tlie game. The score sounded  something like 1 lo 15. Thc  playing was mostly of the hard  head type,  the boys lo win the next game.  X  X  GRINDROD NOTES  sr    sr '  sr    sr    sr    sr    ka    sr    sr    sr  J.   is   js   ������������������    j.   *������������������   jM   is   ������������������5   ������������������  Miss Dale, of Mara, is visiting  friends here a.few weeks V  Mrs. C. Rosoman was a  ilor from Mara last week.  vis-  Maslcr Bob Carson is visiting  friends here, from Endcrhy.  Mrs. F. Hcfi'man returned  from Vancouver lhis week.  Mr. J. Blackburn, of Armslrong, is iu Grindrod on business;,  *  Tlie fence-post business is  again reviving, .12 cars having  been shipped the past week.,  Mr. and Mrs. Kinward and  children lel'l last week for Vancouver where Ihcy will vist their  son. They have been visiting  friends here for a few days.  United Farmers  and Institutes  in One Big Union  Practice  will "help x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X  1     "'       or, 55  FALL WHEAT THRESHING  Average Crop, and Wheat, of a  Very Fine Quality���������������������������Buyers on  the Ground to Take Crop as  Soon as Threshed.  The fall wheal"'yield of the  Enderby-Armstrong district is  said to be an average crop this  season, wilh the quality above  the average, and "ideal weather  for threshing. The.fall wheat  fields of Mr. F. B. Young, Mr. F.  Hassard, and Mr. Frank-DeHart  arc an exhibition. Thc maturing weather has been, the best,  wilh the result that lhc grain is  of a high quality. ; x _  ^Threshing was slarled-al lhc  DeHart ranch this week. He is-  thresjiing in the field and loading loose upon tba cars at Enderby. Buyers-from the coast  arc already on' the ground anxious to get the grain. 4  Another: Pioneer Passes, Away  DEEP CREEK NEWS  x  Mrs.Dciidoneau is leaving this  week lo stay with her son, Mr.  Fred Dondoneau, on his ranch  near Tappcn.  Mr. Russell Dondoneau leaves  for Armslrong lo worlc^on the  new railway construction.  'PERCY A. STEVENS POST'  Bend, (Ore.) Soldiers,. Sailors  and Marines Perpetuate the  Name of- Bend Soldier and  Enderby School Boy. '  ' Anolhcr old-time -'Okanagan  resident passed away on Sunday  last, July 20th, in thc-pcrson of  Mrs. Mary Porleous, wife of A.  Porleous, of Larkin.' Mrs- Porteous was born and brought up  in",the Okanagan Valley. She  was the first-woman voter in the  Spallumcheen municipality. ���������������������������'  The deceased'* suffered a lingering illness for- the past 18  months, passing into hcr last  sleep at the age of 50 ycars.  The funeral was held-at the  church on .the west side'"'of Okanagan Lake, llie husband and  one daughter arc left to-mourn  hcr-loss.  Hc  was ���������������������������,  f=iiT5=-"==-^Don?t^let-  X X X X X X X X X XX X X X X  ���������������������������t , X  yo ur^propcr ly~"  SS be sold for taxes. If you *  one side and, cutting through * havcn'\ lhc necessary cash, ������������������  the skull, came out on the oppo- Z ff " fC n 8ohc,lor- Z  site side. He was left for dead, Z ;Ic w������������������ ,,x "l> some way to -  but later indications of life still Z i,nimCC you" ������������������  remaining,    he    whs    removed ^ Jt ��������������������������� Jt Jt ������������������jj Jt ������������������ st x ,������������������ ������������������ X X X X  When the tranport Tuscania,'  cany ing American Iroops to  France, was"'torpedoed u.i thc  coast oVScoHand, and the sad  news came to Mr. and Mrs. F- S.  -Slovens," then resident pf Enderby, Vthat their" youngest" son,  Pci'cy, was a victim on the "id-  fa led'boa I Va cloud. of gloom  hung' heavily, over Enderby,  where Percy spent most of his  school days and was a.great favorite". He removed from Enderby and located at Bend, Ore.,  from which:? city he" joined the  American army when the United Stales entered,the war/  The following news item  taken- from the Bend Bulletin,  will interest local readers:  . "Selecting" lhc name of the  first Bend boy to give his life in  Ihe world war, the newly organized branch of ti.e American  Legion here decided last night  lhal when a petition for a'charter is sent iii'to slate headquarters it shall specify that the  local society of soldiers, sailors  and marines shall bc named  'Percy A. Stevens Post.'   Plans were completed the past  week for the organization of the  Farmers' Union of British Columbia, which will be an organization of len thousand members  and will embrace the membership of the Farmers' Institutes  and that of the United Farmers  of B. C, This is a result.of the  resolution which was passed at  thc conference of farmers held  lasl month"nt Smithers, when it  was thought that as these two  associations more or, less work  along the same lines, that an  amalgamation of interests  would be to the benefit of the  farming industry generally. As  a result a committee was named  made up of three members of  each association, with C..- E.  Barnes, president of the B. C.  Fruit Growers' Association .as  chairman, to deal -with the  matter. .       ,-   '"  The committee met in Vancouver last , week, being .attended by Mr. Chappcl, of Armstrong, secretary of thc United  Farmers.  After thoroughly discussing  all the various phases of-< the  question it -was unanimously  decided that it was a movc'in  the right direction. Those" on  lhc committee representing'the  advisory board wliich is the governing body of the Earmers' Institutes, were Jas. Bailey, Chilli-  wack;-W. F- Harrison, Kamloops, and C. E. Whitncy-Grif:;  fiths, Metchosin.    Those repre^  senling the United Farmers .of-  B. C. were R. A. Copcland,  Lu m by, ��������������������������� prcsiden t; George  Clarke, Sidney^ and S. T. Elliott;  Kelowna. -t ��������������������������� ' -" ~ ~,7"S-  Thc significance of .this' move  is .that, no longer will the farm*-"  ers-f, B.-CVbe organized under,  the wing of.thc GovcrnmcntVIn  the past, the Farmers' Institutes  were looked upon =as govei^u'  ment association's which were,  more or Jess political in chaj^J  actcr, but during the past two  years  this  has  been  generally  cast off.duc to the independence  being shown by the .advisory  board. Thc Uniled Farmers, on  thc other hand, were uniled  three years ago, and their chief ,  objects were independent of tire  Government in every way.  "If any money is to bc given  to the new organization from,  the Government it must l;eli  without any strings whatsoever,'.  said onc of the members of the  committee to the (Vancouver  Province.  " A special committee consisting of Messrs. Barnes, Copeland  and Bailey, interviewed the  Hon. Mr. Barrow, minister of  agriculture, and lold him of the  new move. Mr. Barrow heartily  endorsed the plan and authorized .tlief commit lee to proceed  with thc plans for the bringing  intor.cifect the Farmers''.Union  of British Columbia, which  name has been adopted pro teni.' -:  - Any work thc. commit tc bus  done during ils session will have  to be ratified by the thousands  of members of the two associations scattered throughout the  Province. It is certain lo come-  as a matteivof course. ��������������������������� '   '  "The United Farmcrs^as an or-������������������  ganization     became'    effective  three-years'ago when the asso-,  ciation    wras   first   established."  Since  that  time it has  grown  fairly rapidly, but as there was,:i  general "opinion throughout lhe~  Province  that- the association V  should-link up-with the Insti-'V  tutcs-in one body-this meeting   ,..���������������������������  confirms "this idea. Tlie Institute  members ha'vejalso .been "of \\\7n  mind, and no'w",the'"two"''associu-l  tions- have "come' together 'and 1  ha'yeJ laid J plaiuCJCor^what* is- ex-- - -  pectedwill bc'tiie.strongest agri-  cultural!ass"ociatioh-that British y.  Columbia''has;"evcr seehJ    It i.s *  jn:ice'epirig -with  the  trend .ot"  Jfarmers'movcnients.for in other  provinces ;thc farmers have be- '.  come-1 so'JT well "organized  ,thaf.  they.are' mighty factors in their '  own sections. '  "The soldier for Avhom thc  post is named was a student of  lhe Bend high school and cn-  lislcd in lhc 20lh engineers in  1917, only lo bc numbered  among llie Tuscania victims a  short time afterward.  GUARD  AGAINST FIRE.  Try those delicious rolls and  The near-defeat in this gamejbuns at the Enderby Bakery.  One Reason Why: J)ry Creeks, Poor Crops.,  . Another faff StocH Sale   -  Mr. Chas. Hardy, manager, of  the Stepney ranch, - relurncqi  from JKamloops- on Saturqay,  where he attended a meeting of  the p. C. Live Stockbreeders'  Association directors.' Tlie matter of a fall sale similar to (lie  Spring sale held in fcmiloops,-  was.thc principal business. Scy������������������  oral places in the Interior were  pulling for this sale in connection with their Fall Fair, but Mr  Hardy won the prize for Armstrong after a hard fight".  This sale will be held here oii  ,-|hc=-26th=i-of-=Scptcmbcrrth:e="day5  following the close of thc Fall  Fair.    Registered  sheep,  hogs,  md dairy cattle will-be the fca-  iiv.   This  is a  big  thing for  .long and it is'hoped that  -r.. .,i":rs   will   enter   their  ::.������������������I. u.'i- the Fair and sale; also.  .���������������������������! *���������������������������������������������������������������   purchasing    their  wants  liil i-lilt time, when thcrc will hc  a big selection of slocn from all  parls of the Province and  the  Prairies.  Hawaiian Serenaders  Coming to Enderby Theatre  direct from Pan (ages circuit,  Princess Leilani trio, featuring  sweet Hawaiian melodies from  the South Sea Islands; singing,  dancng. instrumental. Also special pictures. Wednesday, Aug.-  Gth.   Admission, 75c and 25c.  Coming���������������������������special���������������������������Wm. Farnum in "Riders of thc Purple  Sage," and Charlie Chaplin in  "Work." Enderby Theatre,  Tuesday, Aug. 12lh.  Don'l fail lo sec "Cheating thc  Public," a 1018.. melodrama.  Endcrhy Theatre, Saturday,Aug.  2nd. Admission, 35c and 15c  j  Born���������������������������At their home, Kiidcily,  July 20, to Mr. and Mrs. Bod Sorrow, u daughter, ._ :        \r  I.  I^PNPY PY-MWS CARJIV   ;  AJjim Vote Polled But Big ���������������������������  yi\fafQnty in F������������������vor of the Con- _,.  f solidation . Proposal���������������������������Cfnly  8 ,  . -In CHy Vote Against.  . > So. confident  was everybody  that"^ the " Consolidation   school  by-laws"would  cany  that  the '*'  majority of property owners in  tlie ci'ly of Armstrong and In the  Municipality did not b 'ther tc  turn out to vote on thc -ncriey   ���������������������������  J>y-Jaws JastuSaturday.   ,lue re-  sult-of the ballot was most satisfactory, in the Municipality the  by-law carried by 71 to 38.'. In  the City the majority in favor ot   .  the by-law was overwhelming,  5fJ being registered for and only  8 voting "no"  Hydroelectric Pouibilitie*  Jn the district which woulb be  covered by the proposed hydroelectric system, there are a great -'-  many   sawmills,  and it is   the  power which would be used by  ..  these mills which will probably  enable the strongest argument  to be presented to thegovermentr  as to why this power should be ���������������������������  introduced, as it is  their power  ���������������������������which wil[ swell   the figures of  estimated    consumption.      The  question   has   been    put as to  whether    they    would  use   the  power when    they can. procure  free fuel, and the answer to  the  question is of such wide import-  that it is worth  repeating.   The  utilization of water power means  the saving of human energy  for   t  purposes to which  power-driven  machinery is   not yet adapted.  The mere chance from the steam '  power to water power is not only  significantof lower costs in manufacturing and of saving of .the .  earth stored fuel for its more important uses, either directly or by   '  causing other fuel to be put iuto  circulation, as in the case of lum-    -  bermill, but it relieves the labor  of   attending   to steam driven  engines, of mining the coal   and  the   labor of   transporting   it. * *"  Every   water power harnessed  and displacing steam implies lab-   .  orers freed from some particular  toil.���������������������������Kelowna Courier. <������������������ftattagan Commoner  In wkieh ia merged The Enderby Press and ������������������������������������'s Weekly  Walker Press, at  CAUTION IN THE WOODS  Published ev������������������ry Thursday at Enderby, B.C.,   by T  per year; $1.00 six month  Several destructive forest fires are raging in  this district; thousands of feet of valuable timber are being destroyed hourly. These fires, in  addition to being very costly to the Government  lo tight, are very expensive in the amount of  limber destroyed. Never were the forests in so  dry a condition or so ready to blaze up at the  touch of a match.  One cannol be loo cautious when travelling lhe  woods. The careless dropping of a cigarette  stub, a lighted match, the burnings of a pipeful  of lobacco, or a spark from the bonfire or camp-  fire might mean a forest fire thai would burn  hundreds of thousands of dollars, worlh of lini  ber lo the country.  "Be careful in lhc woods!  OKANAGAN COMMONEB  GETTING INTERESTED  THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1919...  South Kootenay Power Company May Possibly Run Line  to Penticton and Thence to  Northern Valley Points.  AUGUST 4th AND 5th AT VERNON  THURSDAY, JULY 31. 191!)  GOVERNMENT  BY  THE  PEOPLE  VThc Peace Celebration and Re-union Rally ol  Returned Men, which is lo be held Vl Vernon  next Monday and Tuesday, is not a'.money-  making allViir. ft is more lhan a Vernon celebralion. lt i.s as near a Valley celebration as il is  possible lo arrange. To make the affair a success  worthy of the Valley and llie object desired, is  lhc patriotic duly of every citizen. As lhc Publicilv Commillcc of lhe celebralion puis il: "ll is  not in any sense a money-making undertaking,  bul a genuine celebration and rc-union rally of  all lhe men Avho have made peace possible, and  we want all thc residents of the Okanagan lo look  on it in this light, and to help to make lhe welcome genuine and thorough by their presence  here on"these two davs."  ** m  Thc citizens of Vernon havc undertaken Ihe  responsibility of holding the celebration and  making it what it should be. it is up lo the resl  of the Valley to pitch in whole-heartedly and contributed in every way lo its success.  ���������������������������Part of the charge laid againsl lhc men arrested  . in Winnipeg as a result of lhe strike, is conspiring and agreeing to carry inlo execution a seditious intention, to-wit, lo slir up haired and contempt for the Governmcnl.  It seems strange lo rxind such a charge againsL  citizens of a democracy such as ours. After all  these years of poli Lical squabbling, when llie  whole aim of one parly has hccn lo "slir up  hatred and contempt for lhe government" of lhc  other party in Canada, and we have seen one  revolution after another, peaceful though Ihey  Were, and governments have -been turned oul  and others installed, iL does sound a bil like  straining at aknal lo accuse half a dozen or so  labor leaders of seditious jnlcnlions- when lhcy  attempt to carry on a strike againsl what, thcy  believe, unjust conditions. We do not favor  strikes; boycotts or thc tying up of induslry in order for-the laborer lo win .something from fiis  employer. It is a poor way. but il seems, lo be  the only means" by which"'labor has succeeded in  getting any concessions oul of the employer.  It seems to us, however, lhal any Government  which starts to jail its subjects for speaking oul  against it is  treading  upon" dangerous   ground.  They, used to do thai over in Russia when the trip  to...Siberia was less popular lhan il has been of  recent months.   It proved poor policy.   Any time  a very select body of men get  their heads  together and decide among  themselves   lhal   lhcy  shall divide the offices between them and then.go  to the people as a Union Governmcnl, Ihcy can't  complain if othcr men sclccL themselves as leaders and attempt in their own way to emulate lhc  example of others.  EDUCATE YOURSELF  SPARE INDIAN LANDS  an-  The Penticton Board of 'I'racle is making  other effort to secure somc of the Indian reservation lands adjoining thai city. Thcy arc sending  a resolution to Ottawa in which they particularly  ask that the 3.000 acres lying west of lhc lown  be set apart for returned soldiers.  There are manv extensive  tracts  of valuable  Education is one of the greatest forces in lhe  world to-day but some men, wilh lhe greatest  advantages in the mailer of education have made  Lhe most dismal failure of tbeir lives. On the  ollieu band, there are men who have never  learned lo write more than Iheir own name who  are looked up lo for their shrewd common sense,  for their wealth, and for their position iu the  community.. They Tiavc attained high honors  despite their lack of education. Why should thcrc  bc this difference, which seems to show that a  University man is sometimes less fitted for thc  world than a .man with no training at school?  The secret lies in the fact that in one case an important item of education was left oul, and in lhc  othcr. lhal most important item was the only  real education that the successful man ever received,  and generally he1,had educated himself.  Whal is lhis secret part of education so often  overlooked?    His the lesson of Thrift-    "Waste  nol,  want  not,"  "At stitch in  time saves nine.  "Many a mickle makes a mucklc," and a hundred  olher proverbs teach the lesson of experience, in  the University of the World, and those who learn  the hard lesson in lime rise to thc highest piaccs.  Educate yourself,  and  spend less  than  you  receive.   Educate yourself to pul by for a rainy day  and for a great opportunity.    The present Thrift  Campaign is lo bring the lesson home lo all Canadians.    Il is lo place.opportunity within reach  of all.    The road  to want is paved with small  Although lhe South Kootenay  Power Company has up to the  presenl been unwilling to extend  north from Fairvicw to Penticton lo furnish power to "this  town, lhere i.s apparently still  some chance lhal it might make  an exlcnlion if other towns  were also included oii the syslcm. Now lhal northern Oka-  hangan towns propose to get together in developing electric  power on Adams River or at  lhe Skookum Chuck, on Shuswap (or Spallumcheen) River,  lhc suggestion is made'that-perhaps Ihe South-Koolenay company might be induced to ex-  lend its system through the Okanagan to serve Ihesc points.  Mr. "J. IT. Patterson recently  wrolc lo President Morley of  Board of Trade in the following  terms: "I observe by reports in  the press lhal there is a movemenl among the towns of Kelowna, Vernon.,,Enderby, Armstrong, Salmon Arm" anti the  Municipality of Spallumcheen,  to investigate the possibilities of  developing hydro-electric powcr  on lhe Adams river. In Ibis connection il occurred lo mc thai  it may be feasible for lhc South  Kootenay Power Company, with  plant already in operation, to  extend their-lines through Pcnliclon, Summerland, Peachland.  Wcslbank 16* Kelowna, Ihence  through the territory above  mentioned, giving il suflicicnl  business en route lo warranL thc  outlay and a reasonable rale.  As an alternative Pcnliclon,  Summerland, Peachland and  Wcslbank could perhaps combine with thc Upper Okanagan  and build a line connecting wilh  developed powcr at Fairvicw,  purchasing al a reasonable rate,  avoiding the necessity of duplication- of lines."���������������������������Summerland  Review.  ^->  ptional  Ladies' Hose, 3 pairs for $1.55  Onr regular selling lino at (Soc pair, fine  silk lisle gauze hose, splendid wearer.  Colors steel grey, chocolate, white, also  black.    ALL SJLZES.  Special on Bath Mats���������������������������Regular ������������������J1.<)5  i'or $1 ."j'.I. Strong heavy weiyhl 'J'urkit.li  Bath Mats, good medium si/.c. led nnd  white, bine and white, alsri fawn and v. Idle  Big Towe! Bargains for 98c. pr.---Very  large size brown and ml towels. jj.oi u  strong quality, regular 7-V. i'ach.  Extra Quality Wool Yarn - - lieaiiiil'iil  heather mixture yarn in four dil:'.Tent colors, Baldwins Special soft four ply !���������������������������">;���������������������������. n/..  80.SO lb. <���������������������������  Shetland Fioss���������������������������New V  rose gold. pink, mauve u  2;"3c. skein.  ni colors   r.l   si.y.  :;1 white.   Special  Children's Socks���������������������������Regular JO and-.<luc.  pair." Special H pahs for $1.00. Plain  white also black, and white with colored  tops. Fine cotton and lisle qualities.  ALL SIZES.  Gvey Wool Blankets���������������������������S pounds weight,  price $$S)~\ Light color of grey, a beautiful soft wool quality blanket, largo  doable bed size grand y.ilue. Worth  $10.:-)0.  Best Work Boots for men���������������������������Price prepaid .S'1.1)5���������������������������Solid leather boots made of  I'fus calf, black Bellows tongue, stitched  soles, to cap. also plain too. sizes 0 to .12.  Two Specials   In  White  Outing  Boots  -- Hest quality white dtick boots, high cut,  white rubber solos with heel, famous Pastime quality. M isses' sizes 11 to 2, Price  ?2 2-") pair.- - Ladies' sizes 2-^ to S, Price  - tf'2.1~> pair.  The -Hudson's Bay Company  Mail Order Department IJ.  VERNON. B. C.  Rritish Columbia Interior Store  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-21018.  C. F. B. License No. 9-3109  ti_^&r^i'ic/.wi^ -��������������������������� ''^S. ���������������������������; ;.\'.-JV''-'-":  .'  ' \ ��������������������������� I-- -r:-..-    '.A-',  ->,���������������������������*"}������������������������������������������������������   r - I  .7 Tjf .   v.  -      " .   '  -Av-ib.-&������������������--s  _id������������������&������������������r1-ft;i\ '  ~!y--A..-,Xi r-^i:;"? ���������������������������", -,'���������������������������''i'.-'V'  If you havent tried our hams  and bacon you have not tried  the best  GEO. R. SIIAilPE.  Wholesale and Retail Butcher  Enderby  J/-L$-\)L-_  O VERNON  ih  or *  he Bier Peace Celebration  **���������������������������* **  August 4th and 5th.   -  The Biggest "Tiling Ever Seen  In  the Interior.  modation for everybody.  COM E !  Accom-  LOOK" FOR  OUR FLOAT IN   THE    BIG    PARADE  WHITEN  MANUFACTURING JEWELLER. WATCHMAKER. ENGRAVER.  Vernon, B.������������������ C.  A  GARDEN SPOT  BSHSSSSSSl^[ll3;S0EiK!aE]^^Il!������������������L!jr  Likik  saaca  While no onc would attempt to deny the fact  that the crops of the Okanagan have suffered and  arc suffering from the lack of rain, il is marvelous how good thc fields are looking and how satisfactory the yield is turning out. Thcrc will not  be anything like a full crop, but it will bc a fair  harvest and thcrc will not bc anything approaching a crop fail tire. This has never been known in  the Okanagan. Wc havc sonic ycars leaner than  others. But wc never havc a crop failure, and todav, when so many districts, even in British Co-  ck the  expend!i lures,  but   the road  to  wealth is  paved |iumbiaj arc .complaining of crop failure, wc of  thc Okanagan can boast of a fair yield in every  line of farm produce. Particularly is this true  of the Armslrong-Endcrby-Mara district.    Prices  It is undoubtedly a fact that there is morc actual   money lost in Canada every year through  deterioration and decay in buildings, due lo fail -  la nd.jr>iiJ.n.d i a n_r ese o^^  nngan, which hitherto have lain idle. It became  apparent to the Minister of the Indian Department some time ago lhat a policy should be  formulated whereby these, lands might be utilized, and in consequence, lasl spring the necessary  legislation was introduced lo enable lhc Government to lease such lands for f'iirming or grazing  purposes, or to cultivate them, wilh or without  tbe consent of  lhe  Indians.  As a result of this" legislation, says a statement by thc Department of Indian Affairs, in  many cases where the reserves arc loo large to  be cultivated by the number of Indians located  r>n them, or where for other reasons lhe Indians  neglect or refuse lo use. Iheir land, the surplus  area- has becn leased lo white fanners and ranchers, and thus much good land lhat would  otherwise bc neglected is now being -made productive.  While somc success has been achieved- in lhc  direction of leasing thc land not being used by  the Indians, the Department does not appear .to  make any headway in the cfforlJlo place the land  within reach of returned soldiers. The Department of Indian Affairs lost no time in inaugurating prompt and comprehensive measures in collaboration with, the Solid icr Selllement. Board.  with a view to having such lands placed al the  disposal of that body as soon as possible. There  is little evidence, however, of anything tangible  coming from it, i'or thc reason thai, no matter  bow much thc Governmcnl desires to open the  unused Indian reserve lands lo soldiej- selllement.  nothing can bc done wilhoul the. crjnsent of lhe  Indians���������������������������and this cannot bc oblainec^witlioul lhe  money for the land on the table.  wilh lillle savings. Great oaks from small  acorns grow. Big fortunes, from humble beginnings. The man who learned this lesson often  can barely sign his name to a cheque, bul the  check is worth moi-M than that of the man who  learned all else but this.  LOSS FROM LACK OF PAINT  arc high and thc demand strong.  "SELF-DETERMINATION" AND IRELAND  with paint than accrues from losses by fire  When it is remembered that fire? losses during  1918 amounted to $33,G23;000 it will begin lo be  realized whal an appalling loss properly deterioration brings and the necessity of grappling  wilh tbis problem wilhoul delay.  Thc properly owner who fails to prolecl his  buildings wilh insurance is considered very shortsighted, and-there are few owners who fail to pavilion- bill for lire insurance premiums regularly.  When lhe properly owner pays for protection  againsl fire, be i.s providing against a possible  loss, bul if he fails to pay for painting and repainting-his properly with sufficient-.* frequency  lo preserve il from decay, hc fails lo protect himself against certain loss-  Prof. II. if. King, of the Stale Agricultural College of Kansas, in a letter written some time ago,  makes this statement: "Thc losses ensuing in  this stale through lack of paint are much greater  than the losses sustained by fire. Paint serves  more Hum lhc mere purpose of decorating. Its  principal value lies in the fact that it prolongs the  life of'the surface that is painted. Wood and iron  exposed to air undergo a slow process of oxidation, whicb just as surely destroys them as if  they were set on fire, tlie difference being the  speed at which thc reaction comes."  Obviously���������������������������il i.s most desirable that some defi-  nile effort should he made to bring about a condition in lhc minds of property owners which will  insure lhe application of paint coalings to lhcir  buildings with sullicienl frequency lo protect and  preserve Ihem indefinitely from thc action of the  elements.  The New York Sun is provoked by the suppression of news cabled by one of its correspondents  in Europe. But is the Sun so simple as to believe  thai lhc censorship has been abandoned because  the ollicials in Washington say so? If it is, let il  niaht^a=le-sU)-y-a,-ec[uiriiigVts^co.rrcspondcn.Ut.o^go.  to Ireland and attempt to send a report on conditions in0 thai counlry. Collier's, speaking from  some experience on this subject, can promisc  that if lhe report does nol happen to please the  British authorities it will havc about as much  chance to reach this country by cable or post*��������������������������� as  if the correspondent put it inlo a bottle and  dropped il oil' the Head of Kinsalc or tried to  swim across llie. Atlantic with it.���������������������������The National  Wceklv. .- ���������������������������'  ���������������������������dKHUJSSiSS^K:  SSHfejE  W ^fi$������������������S$i^ :  &  BACK TO THE MINES  Jim .Grier is back in the mining section���������������������������lhc  Silvery Slocan���������������������������running a .newspaper. ��������������������������� He has  taken the editorial mangemcnl of the Kaslo  Kootenain, to allow Edilor Powers lo go lo  Spokane lo edit a mining journal. Jim is taking  his first lessons on the linotype. These days all  small weekly editors have to operate a linotype.  It is lhe machine that grinds out their editorials.  Which accounts for a* lot* of things the average  reader knows nothing about���������������������������and is the better  off. "Don't shoot; thc performer is doing his  pest," says Jim.  The Commoner wishes both Editor Powcrs.and  Edilor Grier success in lhcir undertakings. Both  write good stuff���������������������������sometimes���������������������������as all do���������������������������and  lhcy ought lo make money���������������������������if thcy don't have  lo work loo hard: i'or it. They are good fellows  and arc on thc square all the time.  Don't worry . The madhouse yawns for the  person who always docs the proper thing. Impropriety, in right proportion relieves congestion  and preserves unity- _ ;.  V\  __  E  BINDER TWINE, 2Sc LB.     "  ".      ���������������������������'��������������������������� -.      "  KAY CARS -    '       "  HAY FORKS  HAY STEEL TRACK - '  RSFRGERATORS AND OIL STOVES*      "  ATLAS EASY SEAL FRUIT JARS  LET US   IiNOW   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS OR   Hail-lhem.tojus   '���������������������������, i I U  r-$i*l9y  r\rrr\rr\r\r\rw\r\r  o.  a l  -From June 13th  l',.60c;ib  .'������������������������������������������������������.'        No. 2, 58c lb  j    Butter-Fat. v" *   - 7  any   shipping point in the   Okanagan   Valley.  A Farmers' Company. Financially sound. -'Payments- for Cream made monthly. Deliver can lo  the railway  company for dispatch to  Kelowna Creamery, Ltd.  Empty.cans promptly returned.  "COMMONER" WANT ADS. ARE WINNERS.   TRY ONE ! THURSDAY, JULY 3i, 1919  OKANAGAN COMMONER  9 -.  &  m  *&m?-  u-r-s.  .B-    JB*Z.\  &?&&���������������������������.  **y:;::27 *Yr$ji**s  .-X^iTvaKflW-..  gg^SS&ffigi  Ss  HIN.E  'MONEY  MAKE your money work and earn something.  Sixteen Thrift Stamps are exchangeable for  a $4.00 War Savings Stamp, and for every War  Savings Stamp you accumulate the Dominion of  Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00 in 1924.'  ���������������������������fl Invest the interest on your Victory Bonds and  "make it work and earn for you.  SJATIONWT.   WAIl   SAVlXfiS   COMMITTKB  ,      (ltrlllsli  Cfi!iinil>iii  Division)  Vancouver, ]{. C.  KICKING  Kelowna- People Indignant at  Character of Work and the  General Attitude of Engineer  Gwyer.   ���������������������������  iRiFT Stamps  ***<S5ra?;������������������iiBft>-  Are you g^oing* to do any  Building* or Repairing-  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. A Ceiling, Flooring and Siding. .$20.00 per M  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x0 $25.00 per M  J 6-inch Slab Green Wood  $2.50 per load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. enderby  MR. FRUIT RANCHER!  Shi ji your fruit'nnd" vegetables  ilirccL lo lhc prairie markets. Wc  hiiiiille same" lo your entire satisfaction making prompt,settlement,  dealing direct villi grovcr aad  coli.sumer. , S _ ���������������������������.  IUOOSK   JAW   CO-OPIilUTIVE  FRUIT "MART. -  '!ll  Main  St.,  S., Moose .Taw, Sask'.  Hank   reference:       Hitchcock '&  McCulloch, Moose -Taw. 17-2t  Why the cost of living to the  average householder' in Great  Britain has decreased four shillings and nine pence per week,  since November last, while living costs have increased in Canada? Why does Canadian bacon  sell cheaper in the Old Country  than where it is produced? Why  do the retail merchants object  ,to ��������������������������� giving evidence before . the  Cost of Living Committee?  Perhaps there is no position  that requires the patience and  "the smile lhal won't come oil"  spirit so persistently'as that of  Road Engineer. In this'country  where we demand .the. best in  road work while content to cling  fast lo the, worst-in-road-work  policy, the life of the average  road ."foreman or road'" engineer  is not worth living���������������������������unless the  position is filled by a man who  has learned the art of looking  upon lhc. funny side of life and  accepting every lemon handed  him as a-peach wilh lhc blush  The Provincial Government  uis received much criticism on  ils road policy. 11 is claimed,  even by good Liberals, lhal lhe  overhead cosl in engineers and  assistant engineers is much loo  heavy for lhe amount of work  done or lhc amouni of good received from lhc work done, Il  is significant lhal in lhe Soulh  owl of lhe Okanagan District'  Engineer 'Gwyer seems lo be Ihe  "goal," upon whom is heaped  the load of sins of lhe Department.  Once again discontent al the  manner in which the roads ol'  the Kelowna district are being  repaired was expressed lasl  week a I a meeting of tbe Board  ol' Trade.when il became known  thai the iMinisler. of Public  Works, accompanied by bis Engineer, Mr. A. E. Foreman, as  well as by the Distri'cl Engineer,  Mr. Gwyer, had onjy a few days  previously visited, thc districl  ahd inspected somc of the roads  wiihoul granting lhc desired  and ol'l-vequesled interview  with lhc roads committee of lhc  Board.  Under the old system, there  were not so many ollicials drawing the fat salaries standing between the people and lhc Department. Under the old form  of government, if onc could not  gel any.satisfaction by going lo  the road foreman, he could go  to the road superintendent, and  if  the road superintendent  declined to act, he could go lo the  Department.   Today, if one cannot   get  any  satisfaction   from  the road foreman, the next slep  is one of the assistant road engineers   acting   under   the   district   engineer.     If   this   gentleman   cannot  give  any  satisfaction one can go  to the district  engineer residing at Pcnliclon,  and   acting   under   instructions  frpm   the road engineer  residing at Victoria;    If,-. the "'district  engineer cannot gave any satisfaction onc^can go to the road  engineer, acting under lhc De-  par tmeiit.u I: Victoria, and if lhc  road engineer cannot help onc  out, you can go to the Minister  of "Works.    It i.s a very roundabout course, and cosily in lime  and money.   The syslcm is said  to be a marvel iu ils completeness in enabling one ollicial  lo  promise  so   much���������������������������conditional  upon   so   many   olher   ollicials  and so many contingencies,    lt  is not surprising, therefore. Ilia!  Kclowna's  Board of Trade fell  peeved when Dr. King and his  engineer, "with  the olher engineers,  visilcd   thai  districl   on  a  olution calling I'or llie dismissal  of the Engineer in question,. Uie  majority were in favor of more  genlie measures, with ihe i\ ,a;lt  that a resolution was passed requesting the district engineer to  again visit Kelowna and receive'  the views of Lhe road commillcc  as to the best 'methods of r;  pairing the roads ol" the dislric  Law of Corrmensalion  i P  I'  ll-; at you ;  *er man getj  w.e put into j  : is (he Jaw '���������������������������  never fail?  -v>- rcSpA -~^~A- -r"���������������������������.������������������'-:? *���������������������������'' ���������������������������--'  ���������������������������  ca^^^S^T^'^S^SS?  ^^A^y^&^tss^isy y y  SEALED TENDERS addressed If.-  the* undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for Wharf at Okanagan  Centre, B.C." will be received al  lhis ollice until 12 o'clock noon,  Tuesday,. August 5tii, 1019, for (lie  construction-of a public' wharf al  Okanagan Centre, Yale District,M.('-.  Plans and forms of contract can  bc seen and'specification and liimis  of lender obtained at this Department, aL the ollice of the District  Engineer at Chase, H.C.'and al llie  Post   Oflice,  Okanagan  Centre.  D.O.  Tenders will nol be considered  unless made on printed forms supplied by tiie Department and in  accordance wilh condilions contained  lhf!i>in.  Each Lender musl bc accompanied by an accepted cheque on a  chartered bank payaDlc to llie order of lhe Minister of Public,  Works, equal lo 10 per cont of llie j  amount of the tender. War Loan ,  Bonds of lhe Dominion vilhalso be  accepted as security, or War I3rmd>  lo   make  There is no <]-;  and I and '-every  out of life j lift v.*  irand no r-ovo. '  of -compel-t\'!.i"i(:n.  If*,-ou.donvl; put knowVVo and  experience inio your heac, you  can't t-ret ���������������������������Iciic-vviccr.-'o and ex-  .ijei ience cut of ir. A cream pitcher ir, a cream pitcher, but- if you  don't put cream'into it you can't*  pour cream out of it. A man's  brain i.s a man's brain, ,bnt ifJ'ho  doesivt put .-any thing into it he  won'I" g-ct rmything- out o.f it*'  ��������������������������� You can't; get some tinner bi.it" of  an'yihirg that you don't first put  something  into. This "is true: of I  yourfai-in, too, justas'isof*everv;  other farm. You get out lo it  what you put into it. If you put  'hopelessness and carelessness and  shiftlessness into it, you'll reap  iaslure and a ramshackle and  rune own farm. If you put  \york and hope and careJ, and  thought mto your farm, you'll  reap success. If human experience, proves anything it proves  that.  7 T3vy our  Want oMls  m  . >' l    t, -.  . J  ' V'        ������������������>  I'J  ������������������������������������������������������.-.  **}   -><,'���������������������������  f  O ���������������������������  T>  -      ���������������������������-^  '         -/"  ] L  lour of inspection wilhoul let  ling  lhc Board "know anything and'checiucs  if  required  about it.     It doesn't lake much "^ 8,������������������ 0,,d !,mom"  lo peeve some Boards of Trade,  anyhow,���������������������������particularly   in   llicsc  days when  so  many men  and  won ion   carry   Iheir   pel   peeve  like a wrist watch,  Note-  laintii  positinjr  -Blue    prints   can    ijo   ob-  d   lliisj 'l>e[);irtme.nl   by   de-  in   accepted  bank  cheque  ��������������������������� A Kelowna report says the  whole mccling appeared to be  dissalisfid with, the manner in  which Dislricl. Engineer Ciwyer  was 'said lo bc depositing sofl  and useless shale on the roads  in spile of repealed requests nol  lo pul this on as il made lhc  roads in a worse condition  than ever, -while lhere was a  large and convenient supply of  creek "gravel al hand, lhc use of  which would put the roads inlo  good shape: Many laments  were made lo Lhc effect thai Engineer Gwycr's dogged determination to do things his own  way was not only wasting Government- money.' but 'was also  jeopardizing the carrying to  markcl of, lhe season's crops  lhis coming- fajh 'While somc  expressed a wish io "repeal a rcs-  Iqr Uic^sum of $10, payable lo" Die  order of Jhe Mitiisler of Public  "Works,   which   will   lie    iclurnec  jf  the   intending  bidder  submit  rbgidur bid,  By order.  R. C. DESROCTTERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, .bine 27, 1f)l?!,  p^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  f&rneft&rfo  ������������������i~*������������������--i!--l'\J Li  i������������������t!2  rfracfaveness  -^���������������������������-OR your own satisfaction and  j-   for consideration of your neighbors,   keep   your   home  attractive  outside as well as ipnide.  Keep'.it well-painted���������������������������use a paint  that is more than a "beautifier"   get the brand that acts as a "preservative" as well.  Bell Blk.  Enderby, -B, C.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 33. K. of P.  Mrcls 2nd &ith   Mr.nilay evo  in Masonic Hnll.   Visitorscor  Wo'&.-'StAZia     i" Mabonic Hall.   Visitoi-scor-  S^^gvjiS'     dially invited -to attend, c  .<S������������������>ft^rf<. ciiO. K. SIIAKPIJC. C  II. M. W1U..KEK. K. K. S  ���������������������������It. J. COI/L'AHT. M.F,  A.-F.&A  A.  S. II. SPEERS.  W.*M.  Enderby Lodfje No. "10  KeKul.'H'- nieetini?rt first  rinu-sday on or after the  full moon at8p. rn. in Masonic Hall. Visiting  brethren-cordially  invited  O.-'II. REEVES  Secretary  ���������������������������������������������  'English  M  70 '/. PurtWhnt Ut]  lDi..ir.me. C.r..n������������������ K ft)  It Isn t tlincost of a paint that commit _ the viilue���������������������������itsscrvlce perdoll.ir. So.  even tliourih B-H isnotachtappaint.all  )\, ,uso'tar������������������s convinced of Itseconomy.  nr l::iovv of no olher brand of paint so  dependable���������������������������none other has the covering capacity or rite durability that dla-  . tinguish B-H. Thnt'swhy weaelllt���������������������������we  feol safe In urftinft lis use because tbe  makers lltmranteeilformula Isn tamped  _on every cm. and that formula la the  rifthc formula for paint, namely: 70%  ������������������purc white load���������������������������30% pure white zinc. ~  rSave the surface and    ���������������������������  you save ali'^^^j^/ "bssssas:  Fulton Hardware Co.  Enderby, B. C.  -SSS-___-1^^^^^---  l J . \i^r> t..-���������������������������-.-.-.-.'i-n-���������������������������;������������������������������������������������������.-^���������������������������n���������������������������.-~-~ ��������������������������� i ��������������������������� .��������������������������� .���������������������������.      Etl    IS a���������������������������_m������������������������������������������������������Wrm_W������������������������������������������������������w������������������������������������������������������^r���������������������������_, wnrra*    ��������������������������� lo  IKKTBHAI. M/UJ-AX 5UOKN   ,     ' TORONTO *{NNI������������������  f-ICOlCIIOr; HAT CAIjSARV   ;     u    "  CDHONTCH VANCOUVtO    "  i-fcis  Z������������������i<  ���������������������������^���������������������������K v& ^ ���������������������������?&>' "^ -������������������& ���������������������������*?&. isk i& _; i& -^ i& i&" ���������������������������?&. n.  it yt.    *^s. isk ib������������������ ya. fe. iiv ^-a -^ ^-  "^fK - '-^v^    ?fci   -V&  is* ���������������������������^ak i&- ,7a is." -^sr ixK i-w ^ ^ -p, ia'    *$n.-  -^ ia -^a."-^ isi.'Ji-a."!?5,/^4"-i"v ^ *^a,  Ta -^a. la^ia- nr n������������������"ik  '���������������������������I  $���������������������������  f-  $  p.  0-  ^-Sa^~7������������������s^^^ '. y\  3 <������������������S^^*i \\6<*a-a   i xr^y^Si  a   CAM ADA  VlV ��������������������������� ^cil-    it"!^^  ��������������������������� T^e Parkest Days for Many Years���������������������������August 4th and 5th, 1914.  Jlejoice with us in the Victory of Right over  n  ft  fl  It  It  I  I  'ft  \t  It  lJJ2JMfijj^y_  __3m  fa .'������������������l  mm i  ew  L BAN \$ Iii]������������������  Two big 4ays  of Military Contests, Athletic Sports, Games, Aeroplane Ex-  hihition. etc    Union Thanksgiving* Service, August "4th at 10 a. m.  AU Veterans of the Great War are cordia  in Vernon on these two days  lfiviteQ  to be  ���������������������������\t  Ample  sleeping  accommodation.      Plenty to  eat       Lots of fun.       Come to Vernon and join the joyous crowds.  ':":        '       '    ' ���������������������������     *V - ������������������������������������������������������    ' ' "       ��������������������������� .'"::/'        -      ���������������������������        :  .Nil   \&. -\&.  "S-  -Vli.  i*> -14. -������������������k    ^H'A#i4ii^'s4.ii     A k t4 'd t& ������������������ ^  "ttk . SsL ^ ,>sk. %a, xsb. "94. xsk' ."ai  x&    ^ ^4. ski ^ ^ ^ ^- ^ ^    *&��������������������������� xt- ^ w-* x& "^ "L ^ *'/��������������������������� ^ ^" *'   ^ ��������������������������� ^ "^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, JULY 3i, 1919  IMPORTANT   DECISION  Ifc might have seemed a little  "nervy" for the municipal council of Vernon and Armstrong to  to carry an appeal to the highest  court of the Empire against: the  decisions0 of a Supreme Court  judge of this Province which had  been sustained by the Provincial  Court of Appeal. Yet this is just  what they did on the advice of  their solicitors, Messrs. Cochrane, Ladner & Reinhard of this  city, and the result has amply  justified their action.  Yesterday afternoon the city  solicitors received advice from  their Vancouver agents that a  cable message had arrived announcing the good news that the  Privy Council had allowed the  appeal of Vernon and Armstrong.  This, with costs, will mean a  gain of between $16,000 and $20,-  (lOU to Vernon.  J The case was first tried by Mr.  Justice McDonald who decided in  favor of the C. N. JR.. An appeal  being taken to "the Appelate  Court at Victoria the decision of  Judge McDonald was confirmed.  n i     j    \ JJ*        j Mr. W. H. D. Ladner of this city  OUrrOUgtlS     Adding I argued the case for Vernon  and  j Armstrong at both  courts.   Mr.  ARMSTRONG NEWS  Mr. C. IT.'Hardy rclurned on  Saturday last from Kamloops.  Pic J. W. Hayhurst relumed  home from overseas cn Saturday.  Rev. "j. -Wesley Miller will return from a visit to the coasl  loday.  Mr  Cal  and Mrs. E. E. ToplilF, of  gary,   were   visitor   in Armstrong* this week.  It is an easy mailer  lo bear  tbe aches of another's corns.  Machines  402 Pender Si. Wesl Vancouver  Joseph Martin, K. C, appeared  for the municipalities before the  Pi-ivy Council, while Mr. E. P.  Davis, KJ. C, conducted the case  i'or the railway company.���������������������������Vernon  News.  MEET ME TO-NIGHT AT  LEONARD'S BILLIARD  PARLOR  Cigars, Cigarettes. Etc.  Pipes and Pipe Tobaccocs  The B. C Poultrymen's Union  lia.s opened a distributing warc-  lnii:sc in Vancouver, selling only  [o lite-wholesale trade.  Having helped lo adjust.- the situation in  Europe, wc arc back at  lhe old sland ready i'or  business ��������������������������� painting, -���������������������������  kalsomining, p a p c r  banging. Try     our  prices.  .    C.  G.  PIPER  Box 43 Enderby  Miss M. Gary"jefl on Monday  for Vancouver where she will  spend hcr summer vacation.  sr  A united cho\r practice will  be hfcld in llie Presbyterian  Church on Friday, al 8 p.m.  Mrs. T. E. Garral, of Vernon,  i.s visiting I'or a week with Mrs.  \V. H. Milliard, of Deep Creek.  mr  Mr. F. Sugden lel'l lasl week  for Fori George, where he will  visit his brother a week or two-  mm  ���������������������������St. James' Anglican Church  will hold special thanksgiving  services on Sunday at 8 and 1 Jt  IX. ill. *  Mr. and ?������������������lrs. . Crozier and  Mrs. .1. Crozier, of Vancouver  were visiting relatives in Arni-  this week, o  Lieut. G. B- Andrews returned  home on Thursday last from  overseas.  **���������������������������  'Mr. R. J. Fletcher was a visitor on business to Kamloops  on Friday.  -������������������***%  Miss A. Atkinson, of Innisfail,  Alta., who has spent the last two  weeks visiting her aunt and uncle,  Mr. ancl Mrs. B. Finley, returned home on Tuesday-  '''���������������������������*"* jt  All members of the Independent Order of Foresters are requested to meet at tJhe Hall, Sunday Afternoon, Aug. 3rd at 2.30.  Peace Thanksgiving Service at  Exhibition Grounds.  ���������������������������*���������������������������.������������������#-���������������������������  jm  These arc the days when the  proper thing lo do when motoring Sunday evening���������������������������or any  olher lime���������������������������is to stop over at  Enderby's King Edward for  dinner.  The "Hawaiian Scrcnaders'"  are playing in lhe Armstrong  Drill I hill on Thursday, Aug. 7,  under lhe auspices of the local  branch ol' thc G. W. V. A. Tlie  charges will be: adults, 75c, and  children, 35c. A dance will be  held alter the show, for which  lhere will be a charge of 75c i'or  men anti ladies will bc freer  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.  las. McMahon & Son  New Garage     Vernon Rd.  New Garage  Now at your service  Tires, Tubes  General Accessories  Ford Parts & Repais  Experienced in handling general  Auto repairing  All work guaranteed  o  (S  I  *l  Ji"  0   i  Jas. McMahon & Son    |  Enderby   (j  Vernon Road  strong  Jas. Dickson  REAL   ESTATE,  GENERAL  I Ml Block  INSURANCE  AGENT  Enderbv  IU  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.  J5t   Be  Men's Wear Groceries Enderby, JB.  Canadian Food Control   License No. 8-17170.  C.  Molinc Buckley, litlle- son of  Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Buckley, had  the misfortune lo fall and break  lis arm lasl Sunday.  mr  The Foreman ranch, on lhc  Power House Road, was sold  lasl week lo Mr? F. Norlh, the  sale being-put", through by. Mr-  Jleo. Murray:  ���������������������������fcr "���������������������������*  ���������������������������������������������***������������������  Winston Fisher returned lo  Armslrong from Vernon on  Monday and has accepted a position in the C. P. R. Sla lion as  commercial operator.  mm  ���������������������������#���������������������������***  Miss A. Fiii;-; returned on  Monday from Okanagan Centre,  where she has been visiting for  lhe past two weeks. Shc was  accompanied on hcr return by  Miss Hazel Jones, of Okanagan  Centre, who will-be her guest  in Armstrong a few days.  Thc public meeting called by  Mayor Wright for lhc purpose  of dealing wilh ina Hers arising  oul of the l-cccnt fire, was held  in the Cily Hall on Monday  evening. Thc mccling was well  attend' and keen interest- was  shown. Il was found necessary  lo call another meeting later in  order lo give lime to get further  particulars before any decision  could bc reached. The dale of  the next meeting' was sel for  Friday, Aug. 1, al the City Hall.  Want Ads  2c a word first insertion, lc a word each insertion thereafter: 2oc minimum charge; .10c extra  where cash doei not accompany order.  I'-OH SAL!-"���������������������������A lady-like Pony, perfectly quiet 'with iuitos. Sonic  full rye: cistern pump with  pipes and sandpoinl. Chub &  Peinberton,  Enderby lip  WOmv WANTED���������������������������By woman and  two boys; picking fruit. Address,   *\V.,   Commoner,   Enderby.  FOR SEKVICE ��������������������������� Registered Holstein-Friesian Bull; fee *.'{; also  thoroughbred Yorkshire Hull, fee  ���������������������������?2.:*")0.    Harris "& Son, Enderby.-Ip  Family Supply  Store  .MARA, B. C:  Having purchased the "Win. Elson  stock and slore, ain now prepared  lo supply all .��������������������������� requirements in  family grocery supplies, .dry. goods  and  (etui.        ���������������������������  .' - ���������������������������  Send us'youii'orders nnd get the  besl  of  goods  and   satisfaction. -  N. PAVLOS, Proprietor.  LOST���������������������������Signal ring, "monogram ".I  \V.L." finder will be suitably  rewarded on leaving at Cominon-  cr oflice. Enderby.   ���������������������������      2'p  WANTED, IMMEDIATELY���������������������������Teams  by lhe month. For rales, elc,  apply, Carlton & Barber, Rail-*  way Contractors. Armstrong.  EOR    SALE���������������������������Few    nice    breeding  -ewes     and.   lambs.      Apply.    J.  Teward, Armstrong. 2(>-tf  EOR SALE���������������������������200 chicks. JO laying  hens: fat young boar; old enough" for service or young enough for pork. Bernard Roso-  niiin. Grindrod, B.C. .      -         1$ YOUR NAME ENROLLED?  The final corrections for the    ,  September Telephone  Directory  Are now being made.  If, you are contemplating putting a  telephone in your business, office or  home, please call at the Local Exchange.  The telephone will be installed at once and your name will appear in  the forthcoming issue of the. Directory.   -  FOR' SALE���������������������������In Enderby; l-rooin  bungalow, with 3 or (>. lots;, also  7-room house, with 0 or !) lots.  Easv terms. - Apply Mrs. W. J.  Hatcher,  Enderby. 18-2p  A name that stands for  tlic'bcst in  service  CITY  OF   ENDERBY  JR. Dress Shirts,  ton .Jerseys, etc.  Men's  and Boys'   Ouling Boots,  sole, in while, black nnd Ian.  Bathing Suits I'or Men and Boys.  ****'^\^ifltr=ltn:^20  Clothing.   Prices ranging from $25.00 up.   Come  in and inspect our samples.  King Edward Hotel  P. I-f. MURPHY  J'ctiiii'ietor  Enderby (j  Carload shipment Just received.  Bran  Shorts  [ ENPERBY SUPPLY COMPANY jj  Auction Sale  will  sell   to the highest bidder my"  improved farm and chatties  THURSDAY, AUGUST 7th,  at 2 p.m.   V  Etc.  W.J.Woods, fnderby  and  together.  FOR CASH .  THE FARM���������������������������if not sold before���������������������������stock,     implements  household effects  of  the undersigned;   separately  or.  Fjii-itj���������������������������18Vj acres, on the R'evelslokc-Okannaan highway.  1-3 mile river frontatse: 1 mile from Clrindrod Station, school,  store, noslollice. etc.; Ii\e miles froni. Enderbv.' -Good buikl-  iniis, and pleasant and profitable lillle place.  Slock  remaining���������������������������Valuable ..milch   cow.  in   full  milk;   9-  monlhs-old white pig, weighing 200 lbs, growing last and hit; -10  voting laying hens and H Rhode Island red rooslers; 200 young chicks  'light chestnut coll, 3-vcars-old, fast, well-bred, splendid thoroughbred  appearance; tjuicL, was driven in culler last winler; 2-year-old Holstein heifer; quiel driving pony; democrat, harness, * cutter, driving  robes; garden tools, etc.  Furnishings���������������������������3 bed-room sets ol' washslands, beds and dressers:  sideboard, dining extension lable.chairs, kitchen table wilh drawers  and bins; mailable sleel range; washing machine. While Sewing  machine, knitting machine, Gramophone asd records; oil-burning incandescent lamps, common oil lamps, pictures, books, kitchen utensils  and   niinierouis   miscellaneous   articles; four loads of hay, in barn.  farm and sewing machine only.  Tenders for Hauling and Spreading  . 0 Gravel  TENDERS arc hereby invited for  tlie hauling aud spreading of 175  (onc hundred and seventy-live) ���������������������������  or more if required���������������������������cubic yards  of gravel:'to be taken from Smith's  graveh pit and spread, G (six)  inches deep and 0 (nine) feel wide  rom a point near thc C. P. B.  callle yard along thc Lower Salmon Arm  road  northward.  Gravel to be measured and work  subject to inspection, the whole to  be completed, to the satisfaction of  the Board of Works, by. thc loth  September," 1911).  Tenders to be enclosed in scaled  envelopes, marked "Tender", and  to reach the undersigned not later  lhan Thursday, the 31sl July, 11)11),  at 8 o'clock p.m. The lowest or any  tender will nol necessarily bc accepted.  Bv order  of  thc  Council.  'GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  Cilv Hall, Enderbv, B. C, July  17th, 1911). 18-3  ===-==NO-l-rGI-^fO-GREDI-rORS=-=-=-  sr  In   lhe   matter    of    the    Estate   of  James Wood, deceased:  NOT1CE is hereby given that all  persons having claims upon Ihe estate of tlie late James Wood, who  died on tlie 7th day of May, A. D.  191!). are required io send lo A. C.  Skaling, solicitor for the executors,  Ann Priscilla Wood and Jolin  Charles Metcalfe, on or before the  2nd day of September. A. I). 1*919,  a full slalemenl of their claims,  and of any \seciiritv held by them,  duly verified by affidavit, and Unit  after that date the executors will  proceed to distribute the assets of  the deceased among the parlies entitled thereto, having regard only  I'or the claims that have been duly  tiled with Ihem; and all dchls due  to the said deceased are to be paid  to the undersigned.  Dated a!  Enderbv, B.C., this 28lh  dav or Julv, A. I). 1919.  " A.  C.  SKALING,  Solicitor  for the Executors.  CO.  o  xi.>{  '" \1  miss jjurpna hjcjcs  ASSISTED BY  Miss estbep pyson  ..  OPPHA HQUSP. PNPWPV, P. C  frWay, Aw$w8t bt, st8.3pp.M-  Afjroiuifm 50 centt.  .J  9  I-  H.s. TfinMakM*  Graduate Optometrist  ���������������������������pUEtf&IVphOPTieA|.-PAR|:Of?SrVpRNOIN-  ABOVE THE VERNON DRUG CO.  Two doors -west Rank of Montreal.  My equipment and experiences thoroughly  qualifies mc for undertaking the most dillicult  cases and1 guarantee satisfaction.  >������������������o  X  t  _4  i  l  Arrangements  your own town, or  can  hc made to see you in  al my optical parlor.  I  A  OX  Proken J-enses   replaced   on short   notice.  >()������������������ B>  Palace J-ivery  JEd. Sparrow, Prop.  If you want a good driver, we  have it. AH kinds of light and  heavy" draying. Team work of  all kinds.    Harness repaired.  Vernon Road  Enderby  Reserve prices on  BERNARD  ROSOMAN,  Grindrod, B. C.  Wry our  Want cAds  We carry a full line of  cool refreshing drink* for hot  weather such as lime, grape fruit, lemon,  orange and apple ciqer juices.  Order your fruit jars now as we only  have a limited supply on hand*  Teece & Son Enderby  JANITOR FOR ENDERBY SCHOOL  IM  Applications will be received by  the Enderby School Board up to  Monday, August '1th, 1919, for a  janitor for the| Enderby School;  salary $75.00 a month for twelve  months. Duties to commence  August loth, 1919. Other qualifications being equal, preference  given to returned man.  A.  C.  SKALING,  Secretary.  PUBUC NOTICE  Notice is ��������������������������� hereby given that I  have disposed of my merchandise,  business at Mara to N. Pavlos, and  I bespeak for him a continuance  of the patronage I have been  favored with.  ��������������������������� I  will  liquidate  and   collect  all  accounts.  AVM. ELSON, Mara, B.C.  July 20th   191U.

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