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Array Vol. 13.    No. 22.    Whole No. 618.  ENDERBY, B- C. THURSDAY.   AUGUST   7,   li)19.  1/  -..^-.'--" Subscription, $2 a year; 5c  copy  Greater Production  of Wheat Urged for  Okanagan Growers  Mr. A. C. Noakes, of Vancouver, spent thc past -week in the  Armstrong-Enderby district. His  mission was lo buy wheat for  the Victory Flour Mills, and Jie  had many carloads lined up  when the order-in-council came  from Ottawa forbidding thc  buying and selling of wheat by  anyone but lhe Canadian Wheat  Board( recently appointed by  Ottawa to handle the Canadian  wheat crop. - When this order  came through Mr. Noakes had  lo release the wheat contracted  lor.  Thc Victory Flour Mills, Vancouver, are successors to C. P.  Coles, Ltd., who purchased thc  plant of the Columbia Flouring  Mills, Enderby. Thc machinery  was removed to Vancouver and  there installed in the Victory  mills, with ollices.al 806 Beach  avenue.  Mr. Noakes says his company  is open to purchase 1,500 bushels of valley wheat per day.  They desire the soft wheat  found here. Hc is urging our  farmers to go more extensively  into wheat growing, as hc believes this promises thc surest  and most profitable crop that  can be grown here for many  years to come.  SPALLUMCHEEN    COUNCIL  Funds for Trunk Roads ��������������������������� No  Money for Postoffice Building  at Armstrong This Year  1.  >t '  ������������������>V  The" regular meeting of the  Spallumcheen Municipal Council was held in thc Municipal  ���������������������������JHall on July 28, those .present  being Reeve W. H. Kcary and  Councillors Hassen, Henson and  Somers.  Communications were"-read  Irom Pemberton &��������������������������� Sons and  from Wood, Gundy Co., re interest coupons, in which it was  .stated that certain coupons had  been returned unpaid, marked  "no funds." Thc Reeve reported  that thc manager of thc bank  luul given the Council a letter  to the effect that- there had always been ample funds and no  "coupons had ever Jicen refused  payment, also that thc Council  was trying to find out where the  coupons had becn .refused.  The Reeve read a reply to his  letter  to  Hon.  Martin  Burrcll,  ��������������������������� who stated tliat there were no  ditch within their limits; and  the Reeve and Clerk,were au-  ��������������������������� thorized to instruct' Ukv municipal solicitor.to preparea by-  ���������������������������law-coiitrolling - thc JDeep^Creek  ������������������1Hch - within the .limits of .the  ���������������������������municipality.. "   , -V  7 Tlie Clerk" was instructed to  . funds available for.a new post-  ollice at Armslrong this year.  Reeve Keary reported having  met Pr. Iving'and Pr..Macdonald in regard to work on "the"  " roads. .They agreed loathe original amount allotted to the municipality for the trunk road. .  J. W'.' Cross, Peep Crcelv-com-  jTUssio'iKgr, interviewed. Council  jn . reference to the dams;- and  obstructions being-pluccd in the  t|itc|v stating thaUmlcss he can  obtaini-mipport from the Council-b's hands are tied- , It was  - moved, by Coun. fjasscn, second-  Sail hy Coun. Henson, an<l duly  carried, that the Council request  . the Armstrong City -Council to  pass u bylaw to govern lhe control of tJic WJrter ������������������������������������ PC0P ������������������*'CCH  asjv Mr. SM ton's permission for  tlie changes wade^ in roads  through Jus property and that  in future any change in r.oads  tie referred to the Council and  permission be obtained from the  pwner of the property before  any change is made  Coun.  Hassen  reported  that  =_ob jpr.fions-liad-bcen_made^to  bim in regard to hogs pasturing on lands on which .Spring  Creek runs, people below compelled to use the >vatcr for domestic purposes. The Clerk was  instructed to ask the solicitor  what powers the city has in the  matter.  Mr. pimple of the International  Sales Co. interviewed the Council, asking for a refund of part  of license fee charged and paid  by him. stating that thc fee.was  much higher than othcr municipalities. The Council could  not sec their way clear to make  tiny change in the license fee.  It was moved by Coun. Hasscn, seconded by Coun. Somers,  that the interest on taxes to the  end of 1918 be rebated to all  soldiers who served overseas  with the C. E- F- who arc ratepayers in the municipality, provided that all taxes are paid by  October 15, 1919.  Bylaws 221 and 223 were  finally passed.  Moved by Coun. Somers,  seconded by Coun. Hassen, that  the Reeve and Clerk bc instructed to look into the matter  of Bennett Creek ditch.  Thc following accounts were  passed by thc finance committee  and ordered paid:  II. Swanson, 8176; R. E. Mitchell, $54; D. Graham, R.O., $10; T.  \V. Platten, $5; II. H. Worthington,  Del., $4.20; A. Evans, S3.50; Gus  Schiibert, $105; J. Hodson, $56; T.  B. Scott,.$12;  R. R. Berry, $3.75;  D. C. Leary, $10.50; A. T. l'yott,  $31.88; Evans,, Coleman & Evans,  $15.25.  Armstrong's Civic  Peace Celebration  ' .   o  Sunday "last was a day of  thanksgiving and homage in  Armstrong. The civic thanksgiving service, held at Recreation Park was attended hy all  citizens from town and country,  and thc services were most appropriately carried - out and  greatly enjoyed.  ' The-peace procession formed  in line at thc postofilccj and,'  headed by thc city band,, the  Great War Veterans' /Association, Forresters and Oddfclhvs,  and joined by civilians afoot and  in conveyances,-inarched to tjie  grounds- - -      ^  . As soon'as all were assembled  Mayor-Wright read thc formal  summons to the people to engage in a service of thanksgiving for victory and peace. After  alluding-briefly to the epoch-  making moment on 'June 28,  when the treaty of peace was  signed, ..Maypr-'-Wright Tsaid:.'_- >  "Our- Christian - faitlr has  taught iis lo regard the Supreme  Being <a������������������ the giver of all gQod,  as the author or every noble endeavor and asJ. the Great FJx-  amplcr of self-sacrifice and ser-,  vice, if isrtherefore fitting-that  on this day wc should acclaim  those who have "shown forth His  glory by deeds of arms, by service of mind or body* by faithfulness to bard duty,, eyen to  death. fSvt us, then, wholeheartedly pay our grateful homage to  those brave souls who bave won  for the world tbc-causc ofjiur  inanity and peace and made possible in a^League.of Nations a  higher development of" the  brotherhood of the-human race,  for those, and all other benefits  let us publicly and in all humble  reverence ascribe all glory to  Him who is the Sovereign fluler  of the world' our Captain ;and  om\God." ' < .    .     ,  Following hymnal singing >y  the congregation 3and Scripture  readings by the Rev. J. Wesley  Miller' anti the Jflcv. f\. Rogg,  Mr. P- S. freeman delivered a  stirring address.  "five ycars ago today (August _3),__gaid he, ^'Sjr^ Jpdward  Grey strengthened the heart of  France by saying in the House  of Commons that Great Britain  would stand by her neighbor  with all the might of her navy,  etc., should Germany attack the  northern or western coast of  France.  "Five years ago tomorrow  during an interview between  Sir Edward Goscbcn and thc  Chancellor of Germany the latter called thc neutrality pact  with Belgium "a scrap of  paper" and arrogantly asked if  Britain had thought what it  would cosl to maintain that  pact. Atult p. ni., August 4,  1914, Great Britain declared war  against Germany. Five ycars  ago, August 6", Mr. Asquith answered the question, 'What Arc  We Fighting For?' in the  House of Commons. His answer  was: (I) To maintain our honor  by "keeping our solemn promises; (2) To help thc small nation to exist in independence."  "So we entered the great war.  So. like a knight of old, the British Empire put on hcr armor  and. sword in hand, leaped into  the fray, for the sake of honor,  and for thc sake of thc weak and  helpless.  "High" motives, indeed, worthy  of a great victory and an enduring peace'.  "One year ago today thc horizon was still dark. True, thc  Americans and French " had  stopped the last mad rush of the  Prussian bull. Bul whal wbukl *  Ihe British do. They were jusl!*  recovering from their bad reverses of thc spring of 1918.  Should lhcy now fail, the outlook would bc gloomy indeed.  Thc world hatt not long lo wail.  On August 8 we went over llie  top with the gallant Canadians  in thc forefront. By September  9 it was known thai lhc Huns  wci-c beaten. These arc dales���������������������������  and there arc many there���������������������������lhal  have been seared inlo our hearts  as wilh a hot iron. Then followed rapidly the complete and  overwhelming defeat of lhe  enemv, followed by the armi.s-  Hice oY November 11, J 918, lhe  assembly of the Peace Conference in January, the signing of  the peace terms by Germany on  June 28. and the celebration  throughout Ihe Empire of Peace  Dav following the ratification cf (  the" Peace Treaty by the German  Parliament on July 19, which  day, owing to short notice, was  not quite convenient for us here,  so we assembled-to give thanks  to Almighty God for tlie victory  He has granted us and the peace  He lias vouchsafed to us on this  day, .  "  "Whal does peace mean |o  us? (1) Cessation of strife,  with its consequent terrible loss  of-human life, wilh its loss of  property, etc., wilh its loss or  threatened loss of the 'golden  rule' standpoint and the *sub-  slilulion in our hearts of a  hatred that would have blotted  out-justice. (2) The honor of  the"-British Empire has been  maintained unsullied. (3) The  right of the small na lien do~ independent existence. (4) Thai  right is stronger than might���������������������������  thc overthrow of a runi pan I,  swaggering militarism. (5) The  triumph of democracy. (0)- And,  further, the Peace Treaty gives  us the League of Nalions, without which the terms of the  Tronty of Peace cpujd not-he  carried "out.    -  -��������������������������� ,    -  "And, now, what about lhe  outlook?    Surely our vision i's  ENDERBY NOTES  Girls ,who eal onions during  courtship arc: laking desperate  chances.  Mr. and Mrs.  Percy  of CaslL'gar, P>. C, are  Farmer,  visiting  Enderby for a few weeks  MiVs Luella Opperlshauser is  visiting her brother, and family,  Mr- and Mrs; Chas. Opperlshauser, cf Endcrbvr  Sergeant Harry Slrikland'paid  a   visil   to  his  brother.  Charles  C, of Endcrhy, lhis week, leaving on Tuesdav for Xw Denver.  * x  Mr. and Mrs. Ii. AJ McLeod,  of Squilax. B. ('.., visited Enderby on Wednesday,on Iheir way  home  lion.  from   lhe Peace celebra-  3dED���������������������������At  Okanagan Ccn-  on August 5, Miss Bessie  MAR  Ire,  Jones, youngest daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, of  Enderby. lo Mr. William Gar-  rail.  . J. C. Hennicker i������������������cccnlly  new foundation put under  Col  had a  his farm house, near Enderby;  and lhe bnilciing-olherwi.se remodelled. He now has one of  Ihe-most substantial homes in  lhc dislrict.  JB,  Some improvements have hccn  made lo MJahlc Lake road this  season, bul visitors from Armstrong way declare much morc  work will havc lo be done lo  make, the road passable wilh any  degree of cqmfor-l.,  M ARMED���������������������������At'Vernon, on August 4,Miss'FcnneUa, daughter  "of Mr. and Mrs. P. Garratt, of  ..Endfrby. to Mr. Clilf Redman,  of Winnipeg", Man.   'are bad, or limes are normal, it's J  all lhe same. They work hard. |  They keep plugging away; bul1  Ihey never get anywhere. Thcy  are nol llie people who have had  misforLune or trouble, and lhcy  seem to have had sleadv work.  What is lhe mailer? Thcy-belong lo the Noble and Antediluvian Order of lhe Shiftless.  They never learned that 100  cents won't buy $1.05 worth of  goods, pleasure or indulgance.  They never learned that if you  spend a dollar and len cents  when you had only gol a dollar  and some credi! lhal you owe  ten cenls and have mortgaged  your edeil. They are always asking favors. Always borrowing.  Always hard up."They are nol  dishonest, or mean, or lazy, or  aiiv'.hipg. bu! jusl shifllcss,  The Thrill Campaign k to  leach people, how lo begin, |o  save. 11 is nol necessary to own  $100 lo start saving. You don'l  even have I o have $10 to invest;  $J will buy yoii gill-edged Governmcnl security at 4% per cent,  compounded,   and  Peace Celebration0  at Vernon Attended  by Huge Crowds  -1  r*  I  I  f-  The; citizens of Vernon spared -derby several limes bavin  no etlort or expense in making- "  lhe Peace Celebralion of Monday and Tuesday a succcss,-cvcn  *lo.pulling on Irailic "cops" on  Barnard avenue.  Special trains were engaged  for both days. These were well  tilled, and a string of automobiles, carrying their fives und.  sixes, lined the roads, loading to  Vernon  fropi \\\\ directions.  Armslrong ;md Endcrhy merchants closed their places of  business Tuesday and ail participated in Uht festivities of that  day. "  Thc weather conditions wore  UP Monday  atmosphere  ideal. A light rain  morning cooled the  and settled the dust  Thc parade and oilier outdoor  inleresl,   compounded,   turn   re .  lurn vou $5 in every live, ycars events on Monday \veve of a high  for every $1, and. believe inc.  lhe besl of Uic big=financicr������������������ "say  lhal $5 saved lil.l Ihen will buy  whal would cost you $7  tq a'������������������  order.    A banquet in tiie ovon-  ing, set for a. thousand guests,   0 lhe  bases full, but, failing in balling,  didn't gel lhcir men'homc.  Penticton won from Kelowna,  the score standing 2 to 4. This  put Pcnliclon up against Vernon  for the final game, and this  proved one of the finest games  of baseball ever seen on an Okanagan diamond. Had Black  been in the box from the start  of the game the score undoubtedly would have been in Vernon's favor; bul, with Forrester  pitching for Vernon, Penticton  had a little the best of it. In  lhe early part of the game Vernon scored twice and Penticton  three times. Then both teams  buckled, down lo light playing  and hatters we re-shut out in one.  two, lhree order. Few errors  were mad'e.  The- lacrosse   game   between  lodav.  U   cai  -.mother  , Thrift  ir.g  A  overwhelming odds.  agnmsl  vs  lhe Old  Conlemplihlcs-lhcy  were   unconqucrcd   and   uncon-  being widened witliMhc process j qucraljlc, in captivity, unbrcak-  of-.tbe suns.   (1) In the business' !.,    ... ........--:,.-..-..ii _. ,i   world   autociacy   must   go   lhc  way,of. political autociacy; cooperation isjUie" watchword Jfor-  labor 7ihcl7capitalV (2)7 In freligion it is thc same; no denomination has a monopoly of-Lhc  truth;_ co-operation-Here- musl  prevail. ~,(3) In education-and  iri social' 'life * thc^,'democratic  idea is*fast'becoming the-real  onc. -    " ;^.- -   .:     -  "Justice must not fade from  the earth. .Justice won-in. such  a bloody way must continue to  live. Eet the perpetrators of thc  greatest cripic of thc ages bc  tried lit-a British court,oL justice, than which there is- no  higher. Ee| them be given what  justice, demands.-; And let us  seek to maintain , thc peace  brought to-the world through  the thousands of- sacrifices -ol-  fered and accepted." "      j-.  -1 After further singing, lhc Rev.  IV Alderson led in the act ol  homage, first to God. then to  King and country, to our Allies  and to the fighting forces of thc  Empire and the Pominion. Oi  our flfihting forces hc said:  ~'%c% us acclaim the splendor  of our fighting men, thc sons  of the Motherland and of all thc  dominions beyond thc seas, who  ransomed the world at lhc cost  of-tbcir-coinfort.-at-thc_risk_of  their life and all, who dared  high adventure by sea and land  and air. who with patience and  hujnor conquered every loathsomeness of war and endured  bravely sickness, misery and  wounds in days of defeat figh.l-  alilc. in victory-chivalrous; lliosc  who have, brought a new'- glory  lo cur race and passed on to us  ah-.-imnerishahicJ tradition- Colon V children"��������������������������� to o.ur fighting  men,, officers of hish and low  commarid.-.men of all ranks and  rating, .the comrades "of- .our  navy.-.armyrancLairmcn, let us  now pay our grateful"hcjma'ge  in this the. hour.qf deliverance  which lhcir -prowess- has  achieved.    . -  - "And, lastly, lo lhc dcad:-Lcl  us pay homage to' the glorious  Ihc.hcioic dead, lo those"who  passed in hours of bitterness and  seeming defeat; who, while whir  niiig victory were nol gladdened  with its sight; to-lhc dead,who  arc' worthy-<ol\ all honors and  of the gratitude of mankind; lo  the dead "who h> in tended  graves "or rest unknown in foreign lands or upon the floors of  tlie great-ocean; lo thc dead who  have.given us victory-and freedom'VukI puacc and made a  higher ideal of brotherhood and  justice possible of. realization;  'lo tlie dead who are nol-dead.  3nil live in lhc TTearcr presence  of the Eternal God, where the  ideals for which Ihey foughl and  bled arc the crowned realities,  the very foundation of their life  and blessedness."  Bul  perhaps   yo  spare $1.   Well,-here's :  proposition:    Buy a 25c.  Stamp. Gel n card'wifh it. When  vou have saved slNtoen of them  ihe Governmcnl will give vou a  VV.   S.   S.--for   Ihem  worlh   $5.  Now. will you make a start. Not  much excuse for nol doing il. is  there? Slarl now. Don'l hc "Jusl  Shifllcss."'  ' "  was followed bv some fast box- Vernon and Arms rong was too  ing  contests,   which  were  wit- ������������������\uc\\onti*ldcd l? hc "'^stmg.  fifnessed  by live or six hundred  J hc A"���������������������������!"���������������������������g '<��������������������������������������������������������������� P������������������������������������y������������������l ������������������'  people -,-around  Vernon when any real  Tuesday's    events    consisted !,,a?ln$   Wa^   necessary.     Tho  chielly of baseball and football.  In a hardj'ought game of football.- - Vernon won from K<U>v-  loops. 1 to 0.  ' Enderby losl'to Vcrno'n'in the  baseball game by a score "of- 2'  to 7. It was not so bad a game  as the score would Indicate. En-  "Riderg cf the Purple Sage"  score of 8 UVI tells the, story, j  An interesting exhibition of  bucking-and wild .steer- riding-  was given in the evening.  ''(Captain Hall gave several exhibition airplane flights, going  through all lhe fancy diving and  loops-known lo thc profession.  COAL    SHORTAGE  Canada Is-Sure to Experience  Difficulty  in  Getting  Supply,  - from Mines to Consumers.-?-'  Readers of Zanc Grey's novels  will "be interested in the ,an-  nounccmenl lhal .his most-famous hook. "Riders of .the Immediate action is urged by  Purple Sage/' has-been-piclur- the Canadian Bailway . War  ize.fl for-the films and-will wbe Board in connection with next  shown al'lhe Enderby Theatre,winter's supply "of coal for Can-  Tuesday, August.13, wilh Will- ada. "The impending shortage is  iam FaVnum, the'dynamic star, real; lhe seriousness can npUliQ  plavjng the-part of Lassilcr.     . (exaggerated,"' said an ollicial-of  Thc" story has lo deal ^wilh  several ������������������tarlling,.incidcnls that  occurred in Utah, /in  thc early  the "Canadian* Railway- -War  Board,- "We are satisfied'";on  tnat point, and the railways/of'  days ol--lhe-Mormon.sctMG,nicnl.sCanada'-are-thenisclvcs acting\in  Beginning wilh Ihc-abductibn of  a girl by onc of. lhc powerful dignitaries of lhc Mormon Church.  accordance with-tlic,advicc-.hcrc.  given. - Rumors .that the ^coal  famine -" talk' from'- the'. United  the picture" reveals-thc hunt, of'.Slide's is-a scheme" .of th'etjiiinc;  the" girl's  brother  through-lhe'owners   to   bring   about"?.high  vears for the maiVwho wronged  hcr. .-lhc tremendous powcr of  the leaders of the cult over lhcir  followers, and the final accounting a I lhc hands of Lassilciv. ���������������������������   :  True    Happiness,  The Slavery of the Shifllcss  Thcrc are people you and I  know who never seem lo becbel-  ler oil' no matter what lhcy  earn. If limes are good, or times  vDid you"ever read-the books  of Kings and Ecc les ins les, .written   by   Solomon,   the   richest;5,  wisest"and most powerful man  of   Biblical    limes,   keeping   in  mind  lhal il is  the story of. a  man searching for happiness?  Try il, if you .haven't. ( V  There  was  a  man   who  had  bul -to raise his hand in  token  of a wish and lhat. wish would  Lc fulfilled if il wcr  possible  prices arc hot" borne oiit/by-the  facts."' ;v v -;.���������������������������,.;' *;&iii:  A recent "report.by Fuel Controller McGratlV alludes, -genr  orally to thc situation abroad.as  well as in Canada. He; deals  willi the advance in thc pricc'jof  anthracite,.saying.that) this^liacj  advanced in a marked manner*'  but lhat the advance, scriousVis  it may, be,- is not so great, Sf>ro-  portionatcly, as that in other  items in the cost'of living.' That  this increase in the cost of coal  is" nol peculiar to Canada,?'and  hence, did not- go intoytbe  pockets of thc importers -and  dealers, is evidenced by- lhe;fa'cti  that thc price advanccd-in the  . ,, United Slates in proportion-to  physically lh6 a"dvancc j��������������������������� Canada. ' Accepting 100 as a basis for compari-  And yet hc was thc unhappicsl ;so^ between different items. Uic  of - men. - lie    tried    pleasure,      j        r co.,| ai|vunccd from 95  1.. i     ii,-   ..ij.,:.......,-..-i   * i   xr.sj-s.,,\     * ,  _.. . ..        '������������������  labor, lhc allainmcnl.of knowledge, etc., only to find Ihem of  no, avail in bringing happiness  lo his heart.  Then lie turned tolhejiclping  iol'i^llTcTs==^itI"-^f'mTi,Kl*=thcrcirr  the Irue happiness which had  eluded him in all other, trials.  II is loday as il was in. Solomon's lime. The only real happiness is in service to your fel-  lowmen.  GUARD  AGAINST- FIRE.  One Reason Why  to 195, while wire- nails ad  va need from 85 to 218; drugs  and chemicals, 110 to 287; animals and meats, 115 to 350;  gra i n_a nd__f o_ddcr,_ 115__t_o^31..7,;.  groceries, 115 to "262; -leather,  95 to 2(55; building materials,  105 lo 267; woolens, 105 to 410;  fish, 105 to 245; dairy products,  105 to 262.  " Advertisements havc lately  becn appearing in thc papers of  the United States setting forth  the silualion wilh respect to thc  coal supply. These advertisements are issued by the..National Coal Association, ancl it  may bc laken for granted that  lhcy represent Ihe situation with  reasonable accuracy. One ad-.  verliseinenl draws attention to a  chart, based on the United  Slates Geological Survey report  and shows lhe "perilous situation confronting coal consumers  loday." The advertisement says:  "production has. heen on the  wrong side of the safely line  since January. * V-  "Coal consumers havc failed  lo buy I'or use during the coming fall and winter. Thus it.has  proved impossible to keep coal  moving from lhc mines, and  production in consequcnecjias  badly slumped.  "Available mine labor has  been reduced by the departure  of miners lo Europe.. More lhan  '10,000 already have arranged to  leave.  "Motive power and cars are  wailing for coal transportation  now. ��������������������������� "Soon the na lion's greal  crops of grains and olher .products wjll congest  thc rails and  glut'7 thc   terminals.   Tt follows  that  coal   transportation  facilities will be sharply reduced ahd  coal deliveries will suffer.'.     ;  M "The best tinic in the year for  laying in stocks of coal forncxT  winter is rapidly passing,-with ,  no evidence of general, buying.,  for. this ���������������������������purposc.'x'Thc' ,ratc-of  production lias not varied great-^  ly since the middlcpf May, andV  averaging about 20"per cent. be-",  low last year) is apparently just-  sullicienl to'oneet current consumption.     .,"-   '-, "  '   '     .-7-   ' '  r  "How, can production be increased?   How* can'-thc require-"  ments .of'"the counlry be^mct?--  By.buying yourjeoal now: There"  is Xiol other- way.V" No other ac-"  tioYi.-cano avert" the"impending-  shortage.JJ Relief rests with you."  Conditions urge you to "act." "f .  ��������������������������� "Ss  3--  <!   .  \ -fvCowper's  Melancholy t ,w .  ~-/nic^origin of-the celebrated;  hymri?"Gt>d Moves in a Mysterious" Way, His Wonders to  Perforin," was a-curious inci-.  dentin the .life of its author,  William Copwer, the English  poet. Cowpcr, a3deePly religious  man; was subject to-attacks of  the blackest melancholy, puring  one of these" attacks he determined to end his life by throwing himself into thc Thames  River. I|c"hired a cab to lake  him to the river, bul a dense fog  so.confused the cabman that,  after driving about for an hour,  he "admitted lo his passenger  that he was losl. CoAvper, alighting from thc eal) in order to give  the driver- more careful directions for reaching the bridge.  found'that his wandering had  brought him. back to his own  door. Strongly affected by what  sccnied,to_jiim almost a_Divine  interposition^ Cowpcr (lismisserr  the cab, hurried to his room and  wrote his famous hymn.  A Place an a Hill   -t���������������������������  F have found a grassy t-nrclcn on the  .summit of a hill,  Wherc nn old .stump fence grows  older in tlie sun.  Where the grsiy pine trees :irc slniul-  ' -'       ing. verv wise and very still,  While thev .spread their thoughts  - to mellow in the sun.'.  .Where the -wind crawls up the hillside through the tawny, curving yra.ss,  .And   tumhle.s   past   the   hill-crest  into clouds;  There's a  place  for learning secret  words that very often pass  Between    the    ������������������|iiiel    earth ' and  >. friendlv clouds.  ���������������������������II. IZ. Ifoyt.  Iliffh Rate of Interest  ' "Edith is onc of Ihosc girls  whose interest in a man is "governed by his wealth." -  "I sec; llie greater thc principal the grealer the interest."���������������������������  Boston Transcript.  Wc arc better off in all ways  nol to have measles, whooping  cough, scarlet fever, etc., in  childhood, just as wc arc belter  off not lo havc losl a finger, an'  eye or even a toe. JParcnts  should be ever careful .to protect lhcir children in all known  ways against every sickness. OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY,  AUGUST  7, 1919.  ifi*  Okanagan Cfcinmonc  In which is merged The Enderhy I������������������rf.������������������s ai.ii V  Weekly  Fublished every Thursday at Enderby. B.C..  1>  ; per year: SI.00 six mo  'you spend a lillle time, even till midnight, lo pre-  Jpare some good advertising you will iin'd it the  biggest moneymaker you ever had. Have your  'salesmen tal}c advertising; study it- and back it  ���������������������������up. Have your jobbers help you prepare advertisements. Take some jobbers' iinely written and  .displayed advertising and apply il to your own  ��������������������������� business, del Ihem lo print extra copies of their  icirculars and folders wilh your name on and^end  J Ihese.out."  And":-lhcn he went on lo impress those business  ; men  wilh  the .danger- of not advertising, saying  '"  il tlie big mail order houses have*.lists of name:-;  y the millions; they know exactly in whalcom-  munities Ihey have the least.competition, ancl Ihey  go aflcr-lhe'business  in   those places where  llie  business  men. do not'advertise.    And mark  this  'urlher slalemenl:   "Eighty-four per cenl. of llie  jusiness  failures are of  non-advertisers.     I cbeg  of you to spend at least two per cent, of your gross  sales in .advertising, and back up tbis advertising  properly and you will see wonderful results.''  is  lhere not a  business sermon in  lhisman's  observations,  since  be   is  nol -connected  in  any  way  wilh"newspapering, bul  lias grown  rich as  ie lias jii'Dwii gray in lhe mercantile busines, and  is counted one of;lhe greatest business successes  lhe northwest?  !  Enderby Weather Report for  Month of July, 1919  I  DR.'   TOLMIE  vjjood news lo learn  Tolmie, of Victoria,  of ."Minister of Agriculluri  from Ollawa lhal Or.  las accepted  lhe port-  in  | (i  i 7  ! S  i ������������������)  !ll  :12  AS,  AA  15  iin  '��������������������������� 1 7  :1S  ;u)  20  21  22  2A  121  ['2~.  i2������������������>  '"27  '2.S  2i)  "!l  Cabinet.    As has becn said by anolhei  and   "agriculture"   in   Canada   have  come  accepted   a.s  almost   synonymous'  terms.  Cape  Breton  i)r. Simon Fi  lhe Dominion ;<j     -.  THURSDAY,   AUGUST   7.   VMS  LOSING   BIG   INDUSTRV  Great Britain uses J (50,(J(IU.000 pounds of tobacco a year. Mere's a chance I'or British Columbia growers lo gel in on this. AI present liie  United States supplies most (A' il.  ... Perhaps there is no seclion in lhe Dominion of  Canada where lobacco growing could be made  a.s profitable as right here in lhe Okanagan. And  yet how dillicult il is lo inleresl growers in llie  possibilities of the undertaking.  ' No man bas tried Jiarder lhan Mr. L. Holman.  of Kelowna. to encourage our growers io give lobacco growing a Iryout. lie made a success of  it" at Kelowna. and  from  lesls made al  Fnderby  olmie  lo be  From  lo Vancouver' Island the name of  iser Tolmie has now for some years  >een intimately associated wilh all branches of  arming and llu: livestock industry. Besides being  essentially a specialist and departmental man, lie  has. successfully farmed on his own, and all his  iife has been devoted lo Canada's principal busd-  ;ness--lhe culture of the land and the production  thereof.'' In nddilion lo his slock'farm on Van-  'couver Island Dr. Tolmie has a place on lhc river  ishore near Ender'by. which has been managed by  ; la's nephew. Mr. VIA. Harrop.  !     Dr. Tolmie i.s a native son of Brilish "Columbia,  'having lirsl seen  lhe  light of day a_l  Cloverdaic  farm, near Victoria, .January 25, 186/, the son of  William Fraser and .lane Tolmie.    He was educated a I the public, collegiate and high schools at  idie provincial  capital and al  Uic Ontario  Veler-  'inary College. Toronto.    But between lhe lime of  .his school and velerinarv studies Dr. Tolmie went  'through the farming "university ol' hard knocks"  !on  the home  farm) spending about seven  'with his father and laying lhe foundation  'future, work in practical details in every branch.  *       ' College in-1891,  SO  82  87  <)<)  72  72  75  87  5)5  !)2 ���������������������������  90  85  ������������������������������������������������������91  100  95  72  79  82  ill  92  87  89  89  77  '* 70  SI  78  89  90  /;')  Mean  -JO.  42  ��������������������������� 15  58  47  7,15  45  45  'IS  58  00  52  A7  iio  55  ��������������������������� 17  AA  ���������������������������15  ;ii  ���������������������������IS  45  51  55  51  10  5 1  18  Wn-fe  -10  40  42  :>2  25  27  30  42  40  Al  30  30  38  39  .40  40  ���������������������������>5  3(i  37  40  44  42  .'58  31  1.10  30  30  31  ),>    .mi  ")()    40  ")()     19  or monlh. 07.32.  Tdaximum  (15lh). 100.  Minimum (1st). -10.  .00  .05  Pt. clear  Clear  , Clear  Pt. clear  Pt. clear  Clear  Clear  Clear  Clear  Clear  Clear  Clear  Clear  Clear  Clear  Pt. clear  Clear  Clear  Clear  , Clear  PI. clear  Clear  Pt. clear  Pi. clear  Pl.clear  Pl.clear  PU clear  Pl.clear  Clear  Pl.clear  Pt. clear  H. C.'s Lumber Industry  years  of his  During llu* year 1918 Ihefluel-  uating   demand   caused   by   the  emergency nature of all business  , was rcflede<l in the lumber busi-  ��������������������������� iie.-s  (if   Brilish   Columbia:   bul  the province during lhe lasl Iwo  V-r three years bas obtained-a  ,fooling which requires only sus-  ��������������������������� tained 'effort io secure I'or British Columbia lumber a markcl  .fur al least 250.000.000 feet a  iycar. Tlie year 1918 saw tbe  :province mosl prominent in con-  Jpeciion wilh lhe war, Ihe. lolal  'shipment    and    production    of  ��������������������������� aeroplane spruce and lir from  ' .lanuarv to November. 1918.  Totalling 26.12-1.000 and 9.22-1.-  ,000 feel, respectively. Thc aggregate estimated value of lim-  Iie graduated in. lhe Veterinary ^u.ieye. ...  L0i.., ^^ !)1.0(h]clion    y^v   191������������������   was  Special Reductions on all  CANVAS FOOTWEAR  0  The big August sale of Summer Footwear commences On  Thursday Morning.      All lines are substantially reduced. }  Mail your orders today.    All boots and shoes are sent by j  US prepaid.    The following are a few of the many lines offered at big reduction: \  Fairy Sandals for Children  White Mar  Sizes. 3 to  Janes for Ladies  G; rc������������������. Sl.iln for SI  pair;  soles.  re  White   Duck  low heel, unt  1!)  with rubber  e strap.  Tango Pumps for Ladies  Sizes, 3 lo 7; rcg. *1.'.)."> for $1.1!);  --While Canvas Pmnps with brown  rubber soles, low heel.  Outing   Boots   for    Ladies   and  Misses  Ladies' sizes. 3 lo 7; price *2.7,"i  for S1.9.X." Misses' sizes, 11 to 2;  res'. W.Uf) for ^1.00.  Sizes, li to 10%;.rcg. 81.25 for SOc  a pair; White Duck Canvas Sandals with White Rubber soles, instep strap.  Brighton Mary Janes  Sizes, (i to 10%; rcg. $1.50 for  $1.05 a pair. Sizes, 11 to 2; reg.  SI.75 for $1.20 a pair; White  Duck willi rubber soles and ankl*-"  strap.  Brown anvas Hoots for Ladies  Kxlra high cut. si rom,' While  Duck Boots, While Rubber sole,  wilh low heel, lace style. Kxc.el-  leiil  boot  for luHidiiy wear.  Sizes, 2 \(. lo 7;, reg.  $2.3!); Brown Canvas  sitched rubber' soles  heel.  $2.95 for  Balmorals,  with   low  *  MAIL YOUR ORDERS IN. ALL  CANVAS BOOTS WILL BE  CHARGED AT ABOUT  SALE PRICES.  1  The Hudson's Bay Company  Mail Order Department H.  ; VERNON, B. C.  Canadian Food Control License  No.  British Columbia Interior Store  8-21018.  ���������������������������sJ.  'Ai  B? License No. 9-3409  If vou havent tried our hams  and bacon yeu have not tried  the best  GEO. R. SHARPE  Wholesale and Retail Butcher  Enderby  The best in Watches,  Clocks and Jewelry  is cheapest in the  end: see us.  C. J. WHITEN  o-   ,1  MANUFACTURING JEWELLER. WATCHMAKER.  Vernon, <B. C.  ENGRAVER  Several hundred of these plants were .,  and were planted,     flow many are being  vated and will he broughL lo maiurily i.s  lematical.  prob  week a  Mr. Holman was in this district las  visited  at  least  one-grower,  where  lhe   lobacco j  plants had. been  planted,    lie found  lhe ground'|m  overgrown with,weeds and all lhc plants bu'l lhree  choked out.    He fell lhal lhere will not he much  progress in tobacco growing in Ihis locality.unlil  our growers can be persuaded lo lake grealer interest in the undertaking.  given out 1 . .  cul[j-;ib!e positions ,  .     .  'inalion I'or Victoria as Unionist can  coaliiion government. ' !  Dr    Tolmie   in   185)1   liiamcd   a   daughter^ ol ,  Thomas K. Harrop. of Vicloria. has two sous, one.)  whom served in lhe Royal Flying Corps.0und (  two daughters. i  md  AN UNFORTUNATE  CIRCUMSTANCE  Hart- of  rovincial  lhe  a  GETTING BUSINESS  practice  --���������������������������riding  It is unfortunate thai Fran  =,Kelowna. has bcen dismissed from Ihe P  , Land Settlement  Board, as a  result of  liie  lant^  deal  recentlv exposed.    Mr.  Dc  Hart  is  a  'iiveilo  wire."   He is capable and experienced :rut should iing  have made a  valuable ollicer.    U  is a case of ajwe  good man being "used" hy his friend.'., io his own, linns wine  downfall.    A dispatch  from  Vicloria  under dale, lhe  revenue  of August 1  savs: .   AA'nm   Uic  loca  -    "Bv   the   passing   of   an   ordcr-in-council   lhis ��������������������������� pojicy was nf>l onlv  morning   Francis -M.   F.   De   ijarl.   of  Kelowna. bul lo llie community  " the hoard of directors mailer's revenue would  ceases to be a  of the Provincial Land Selllement Hoard. A telegram has becn sent lo him hy liie Minister-oi  Agriculture advising him thai His Honor . lhe  Lieutenant-Governor has apprn\ed of [lie order  terminating  from   lhis dab   his connection   wilh.  Uie board.  =���������������������������"TlTc^nfTVTl^niiTenrs-'nclrmH'oilnvcs jt HTves-r*rgtt  For a number of years this paper followed lhc  common in'mosl counlry weeklies of re-  adverlising columns lo lhe use of lhc  home   merchant.    Whether  lhe  home  merchan!  spent ������������������."> a month on advertising in Ihese columns  or occnsionallv increased his space to double- or  Ireble lhis amouni. the newspaper was supposed  adhere religiously lo the lixed policy of refus-  lo accepf out-of-town  business.    Frequently  lurned   down   advertising   from   out-of-town  h would have meant eight or ten limes  Lo  the  newspaper  lhal  was coming  merchant.       The   result  of   this.  detrimental lo the newspaper i0ult.  11s well.' in lhat  llie news  nol* pav for anything bet-  tricl through Ihe'peiTeelly legitimate manner ol  inserting Iheir notice in your advertising columns.  ���������������������������'Publishers should beware" of this ullra-loyal  altitude lb their, own merchants. By all means  I real I'airlv wilh Ihem. Give them a reasonable  amount oi" preference. If lhcy' are patronizing  vour paper sullicienlly lo give you a Jiving, take  "the altitude lhal Ihev are entitled to prolection.in  'their own field. But if you arc in a place where  miserable lillle contracts are doled out to you  ami where vou are expected lo take the  these oul iii trade aL lhe merchant's  then look oul! .  "II is a mistaken idea lhal a paper is a sort  public inslilulion subject to lhe dictation ol every  person who has occasion lo spend a dollar  with il everv month.    A newspaper, no  ther il is a countrv weekly or a metropolitan  ^r^!^Brqar������������������r^r^r^r^r^rqr^!^i ^lirigEg'lgjlB ^L^ ^^^^'%^^i^l.^<rl|l  niost of  own price,  of  iry  or two  ma Hei  mlich  as  a  Will' ..  daily, is a  business  proposition,  as ,  foundry, a machine shop, or a general store    I  '"    order lhat Ihose men connected with it  Of course there is the  is run 111  can make a  ���������������������������r sense  lhal part o.  The hcllei  leccnL living.  which is generally recognized, viz..  ils dulv is lo serve ils community,  it performs this function the belter lhe;|  o  member ol  tlie board ol  uireciors;paper s ... - -..-..,    ,.       ,,   .   .,  n.  .      .,-,,-    1 ���������������������������  *    [���������������������������   limn   a   lillle  local   "rag.     which  was  nol  u giving jl will make. - .    t  edit lo Ihccpublishcrs nor lo Iho commimily.     j     "A paper has two .sources ol .revenue���������������������������its ci 1-  When   Uie "Commoner"  was  slarled  in  Arm-ic^Uon and ils advertising.    R������������������.������������������ot say Unit 11  ' ���������������������������  -���������������������������-���������������������������-    --,- making it a district j |..1S ns i���������������������������b printing revenue, lor it has not.    mc  slrong  newspi  awav I  "govermiTcn rs-ac  tion into the manner in  was disposed of lo the  "It has been tin*  with actual  chased.     In  government  1  iminus  wliich 111 ��������������������������� ��������������������������� Chr  Land St lllciin  policy of lhc hoard  hun ranch  nl Board,  to deal only  owners of land  inl'-ndcd  lo  be  purlins  case   inforinaSiiiii   came   lo   Ih'"  iiiilicaling   lhal   tl)''  (Jlaislian   ranch  was purchased from a Ihini pailv on !  mendation of Mr. Dc llarl al a ]������������������������������������������������������/���������������������������������������������.  co  in   advance  of   lhe   ligurc  al   ������������������������������������������������������ hidi  granted the option  lo Ihe third n.iriv.  mience of  this  procedure. "-F ���������������������������'���������������������������  '��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������<l  I  doned bv a   member <>f  lhc In.  decided io dispense with  lhc -���������������������������  Hart.    It i.s slated, however, lhal  investigation   proved   Ilia!  Mr.  I  benefit financially Ihrough lhc  resulted in his dismissal."  has  iM>er liie management delermined io break J j;:,"])L;r"sj",ould stand on its own feet and not be an  n-oni llie antiquated policy of refusing busi-;exclls(.  |()1. conducting a  job  printing eslabhsh-  ph-! 15^.., 11 U(jIUojwji- firms���������������������������_\Ve-felL.il���������������������������would.!.,, 1(.nl . ���������������������������Thc-ati.v.crli_sing_is_U 1 e  UM-'foi-all concerned to place Ihe newspaper*-      ���������������������������  lie ne  on a business basis  --advertising  space  buv..  j-'oi- a lime there  (I  and  ��������������������������� lo  sell whal il had for sale  whomsoever  wauled   lo  if.  ird.  .'% i<  'It  !t  ���������������������������ait:  ic rccoin-  isiderably  hi-   owncr-  In   CDIW-  en conic Cabinet  of Mr. IV  Nvcrumcn1  i-t did not  lion .which  il objection.   Then  business men  lhal  in lhc home paper  idvcrlising  for  an   oul-of-lown  Thcy   desired   a  informed- and  a  was no lot.  wc were ml armed hy cerlain  [hey woiih! no longer adverlist  while   it   carrict  'inn   in   lhcir  line  of  business,  lislincllv  h:ea!  paper-  we  wen  '| field    I'or Ihis reason we changed back  large end of the;  msmess.      riiepublisher  has  lris^wlTil^^pticc^loTJ  1 and whv j-hould he be called upon to say thai;,  hose wilhin a  cerlain charmed circle can  buv what hc has lo sell. viz.. his  si  only  come along  while space  this attitude  pen  lo step  and  ?    Are  ?    Do  in from  ���������������������������est rifle  rung  '   for  PRACTICING JIH'SINLSS  :il  y licard  t liig busi-  niosL con-  ess.      11 is  sense.  I?  Retail slore men in conleremt- ice  one of their number who had 'buill cp  ness*in a small weslem lown Icll in ;  vincing wav of the secrets of his sin  name was 'Mann���������������������������jusl a plain. 1 ���������������������������: unoii  hard headed business man and iiierchnnl.   \  He told bow he started 111 a grocery business  ns a boy'"with���������������������������$1,000 capital, and tin: lirsl week  be opened up he had a fair sized advertisement  in the local paper. "And I bclicye.lhciv has never  been an issue of the paper from lhal lime.lo this  that our firm's name has not been advertised in.'*  he said. Now the store he heads docs a hciness  of half a million dollars a year al relai  advertises morc than ever, and ga;  verUsing he believes they can ma  run a million.  Some of the advice he gave Ihe asscm  was:     "First  have  something   1  all till; time.    Vou say il is loo  !,,   (he   Armslrong   "Advertiser"   for   Arms  ���������������������������md   conlinucd   lhc   -Okanagan   Commoner  i-Jnderliv. , . . ...  We Vnecrelv desire To make lliese ncwspapci s  ., credit lo Ihc'tlislricl.    We desire I" make' ll"'n'  ���������������������������is lnn'c and un-lo-dale as business will allow, and  we siuccrclv desire lhc .support of all in carrying  licv inaiigiiralcd.    Wc are nol  inlcnd-  rcvcrl  hack  lo  Ihe  fixed, policy  As a   mailer of  principle,  and  in  of  Ihe  righls. of'our ..subscribers,  as  homc merchant, we do nol feel  lhal  desire lhc supporl ol  ,,ul  lhc policy inaiigiiralcd.    We  ing. however,  lo revert  had  of   lhe  pasl.  recognition  well as  lhe  anv of I us advertisers laking  Ihev tell customers who hap-  oulside this charmed circle  thai il will nol he possible lo take money from  Ihcni (,r lo do business with Ihem  nol. Thev generally are very pleascc  thev are gelling business- from a  lhcy lake good care lo hvat lhis  decided preference. .  "Publishers looking lo their own  ' ' waIch this condition carefully  "ow  themselves  to be jockeyei  lhc  merchants of  the  town  it for gra  Certainly  lo lind thai  distance,  and  trade  with  a  - -ji  es  Goods yow nee  now  BINDER TWINE, 2Sc bfl.  KAY CAKS  HAY FORKS  HAY STEEL TRACK  REFRGERATORS ANP OJJ, STOVES  ATLAS EASY SEAL FRUIT JARS  "LET US  KNOW  YOUK  Mail them to us  KEQUWEMENTS OR  jffl  Mi  W  i  ��������������������������� tx  it  y-  f  t  f  shtaiK  pnsilion  ^'^���������������������������;;|(;;rih!li:wlK,llu.1.liu!yiulVortiseo,  best in teres Is  . They should  into  lhe  can  ton Hardware  Ent/erky  ic justified in so domif.  onneclion wc would like lo 'rej  'cr  and   Publisher."   a^ trade  repreM.enking  lhe.  newspapers  of  Canada,  sav oil  lhis point:  ���������������������������'"'PriiiIcr   and    Publisher'   has   seyera  we would  hx lhis t  what   "Prin  )ro(liu*'e  journal  has   lo  11  ;c  lal  he  .   : *' I (i  villi  he  id-  lakcn  .paners  jlo"  !a  d   Ih  limes  .ic   n'oinid   iliai.il   is   a   mistake   for   Ihe  to allow Iheir fiehl  for drawing'business  he. narrowed down.   Much worse is il to make  icrpelual practice o'f warning���������������������������ralher assuring  lhc  merchanls of llie place  lhal Ihey are ner-  I0KC  nolJ their field, will  merchanls   through  paper."  lave  the  no appeal  medium  "from outside  of   lluv* town  STRIVES  FOR  THE  BEST  UK  ness  men  newspaper  ncss  tusi-  Ihe  inch  lecllv  lead'I  led  I  safe  hem  ic fie  >h  vour generous hands.    In effect you  'believe lhat you are going lo pro-  for Ihem in so I'ar as il is in vour  uower to do so.    Thev can advertise, bul all  Ihe  same   ihev can   feel 'for you   lell   them  so���������������������������lhal  lerrilorv is safe  from   invasion  by outside  - The British Columbia Farmer, ollicial organ of  lhe Uniled -Farmers' of British Columbia, addresses ils readers thus:.  "Suppnrl our local newspaper,  bia is blessed with some, of lhe  Canada,  and.   generally  speaking,   local  support  seems  lo be  forthcoming;  bul in  pelly differences crop    in to  lhal the newspaper can do.  "A good weekly newspaper is an asset lo any  u..!,.;,.?    11 K: llu-bureau of information for your,  hlv effective bureau il is. too.  wilh its weekly budget  loca! "  British Golum-  best weeklies in  ���������������������������eal  some ilistricls  mar the good work  lo  district.    It is llu "    district���������������������������and a mi  Support, vour-iorul paper; .  everv week il creates a  line.  a  newspaper all the time.    Vou say .1 is loo imic 1 ; lhe,,-  lerrilory is sale  iron.   niNah.m.   . v     ..,������������������,.,  "roSlelo write lhc adverlisemciils.    Yes.   Hul A compclilors who mighl want It. appeal to Uie dis  c.i   local  happenings _..-.. _ .  comnnmilv spiril. and .commimily spirit helps  district lo'sirivc for everything lhal is besl.  CREAM  From June 13th  No. 1,60c lb No.2,S8c|b  f:  ������������������'  i  fM  m  ft  1.  t  %:  Butter Fat  at   any   shipping point in the  Okanagan  Valley.  A Farmers'; Company. Financially sound. Payments for Cream made monthly. Deliver can to  Ihe.  railway  company  lo r dispatch to  Kelowna Creamery, Ltd.  Empty cans promptly returned.  COMMONER" WANT ADS. ARE WINNERS.    TRY ONE!  * THURSDAY, 'AUGUST  7,  1919.  OKANAGAN COMMONER:  3  j'  V  4.1  1  tr  It"  i  GUARD   AGAINST   FIRE  ENDERBY   CITY  COUNCIL  Petition for  Saturday 3  paid!     For   Greal   Britain   and   the  uelurn thc amplication i'ei  by Messrs. Piper aud Poison and  United   States   are   embarking  lo inform them  tliat the muni-  Bylaw Compelling j eipu!  upon   the  most   colossal   world  department would not, at competition in all history with  the present lime, allow the city  viignl Closing Given |U) carrv cut ihe work.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������1.-..1  WHICH ROAD WILL YOU JAKE.  Are you going* to do any  Building* or Repairing  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Ceiling, Flooring and Siding. .$20.00 per JM  No. 2 "Dimension, 2x4 and 2x0 . .'. .$25.00 per M  16-inch Slab Green Wood   $2.50 per load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. enderbv  Clingingness  I Do You Want Something  tl  Electrical  and cannot get il in lown, write, wire or phone to  ii  Mr. Stingy���������������������������1 simply love you  in those clinging gowns, dear.  JMr. Stingy's wife���������������������������Well, you  ought to adore me in this one.  It's been clinging to mc for lhe  last three vears.  0 The Okanagan Electric <>  0  0  -    Vernon  x Wc pay express to Armstrong and Fnderby, II  II ) Agents   I'or Northern   Electric   l'aini   Lighting  Plants. X  >o ������������������������������������������������������"- *���������������������������'���������������������������"' <"1?  Is your subscription to the  : Commoner paid in advance?  ^-'*is t������������������R��������������������������� ,���������������������������**" ^  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  tlie .undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for Wharf at Okajjagan  Centre, B.C." will bc received at  this office -until 12 o'clock noon,  Tuesday, August oth. lOiy&for the  construction of a public wharf at  Okanagan Centre, Yale Districl,B.O.  - Plans and forms oT contract can  be seen and specification and forms  of tender obtained at Ibis Department,'at the ollice of the District  Engineer at Chase, B.C., and at the  Post Ollice, Okanagan  Centred B.C.  Tenders will not be considered  unless made on printed forms supplied by the Department and in  accordance with conditions contained therein.  Each tender -,imisl be accompanied by an accepted cheque on t>  chartered bank payable to the order of the Minister aof Public  Works, equal to 10 per cent of the  amount of the tejider. War Loan  Bonds of lhe Dominion will also bc  accepted as security or War Bonds.  and cheques if required to make  up" an odd amount.  Note���������������������������Blue prints can bc obtained at tliis Department by depositing an accepted bank "cheque  for the sum .of $10, payable lo tlie  order of the "Minister of Public  Works, which will be lcluriicd  if the intending bidder submit a  regular bid.    ;        ".'>..  By order, -        ' -"  .   IL- C. DESROCIIERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,-  Ottawa, June 27, 1919.     -  Tlivee Months' Hoist���������������������������Kydro-  r Electric Development*  0  When the Enderby Council at  its July meeting considered lhe  nelition   received   from   r.Iessrs.  Ihe  Finance  ' -Si. liie  ree-  the  Committee,  omn-encleu. Uie payment oi  following sums 'of monev:  IL  F.  \Yihr.ol,. *2.1"Y;   EVE.  Harvey,  ^15.50;  A. .C.*'.Ska!ihg,  ^2G.37;  Canadian   Municipal   Journal    Co.,  Lad.,   .sl5;    Okanagan    Saw   ^lills,  iT.ltL. ' .*{>5.-ili:   Okanagan   Telephone  Teece & Son and others asking Co., ^7.10;  C.  1  for the passage and enforcement l-'   JM)'M*'"<nv<    ���������������������������"  of a bvlaw compelling the clos-ls,u,,5: ("  ing of stores al 0 o'clock on Sal-!,,:iul!;'*b-*",  urday nights, il was inoved_hy ,"11"1,(,:   tj  Aid.'Burnham and seconded~bv : Hardware  the wrong kind of equipmenl.  They are tackling world trade  wiih  Hie wrong tools.  Two hundred and twelve nations anil countries are doing  business- togelher under lhc  simple, practical and universally  understood'-metric* system*.'*  Two   nalions   are  attempting  lo   do   business   wilh   the   212  Dugdale, ��������������������������������������������� n.88;! under   the  old-fashioned,   eum-  ;    .1.    McMahon, Ibersome,  obsolete German svs-  Jiawkins.  ������������������-1.30;  City  of i lem.  .1:  i vi.  mil secoiuse  Aid. Coltarl: "That lhe petition pSk!,IJ"  lie laid over for lhree months." ip���������������������������ss-  His  Worship ihe  Mayor   re-'0"1"11  Mi:  ian  ���������������������������sl3..->(); A. C. Skaling,  A.    Rands,   *2;   Fulton  Co.,   Ltd.,   s.-j.2r>;   A.   C.  .-.->3.5U;      The      Walker  ,:}{(; A. M. Baird, .^Vi;  Commoner, .-pl.2.*); A.  .1.';  U. Rosoman, j?2*LG3;  A   leller   was   received   from  on 'Mr. G. L. Williams, the surveyor  diners.  had been of a highly representative anil interesting character, a  number of Ihe men representing  large interests, members of Parliament." engineers and others  being presenl.    Dr. K. C. Mac-  Ihal    lhe  A.  X:  !-���������������������������  I- k  ������������������?���������������������������  **%-���������������������������  f:  ft*  !-������������������������������������������������������  r  L  m  NOW-^4^eBEJST  And   when   you   paint   insist   upon   ordering   the -paint   with, a   guarantee,  B.-H. "English."     The paint that covers-more and lasts longer.  Many people have allowed their homes to run down  in appearance and are still putting off repainting thinking  that paint will come down in price. .    .  Even if paints were cheaper six or eight months hence,  which is unlikely, because the supply of raw material has  fixed the price far ahead and because thousands of houss  owners are exactly^ in your condition���������������������������bound to paint  soon, remember that it is better to paint than Vepair.  Your house can be painted more cheaply now than later.  ������������������������������������������������������v_r-i ���������������������������-w *������������������  70%PuwWiit������������������tad  -   f^nlll'Idn    (Brjnaram'f Genuine B.B.)   1 30% PureWhiteZiM  100% Pure Paint  Save the surface and  you save all <&*������������������*3fe������������������  Fulton Hardware Co., J-t4.  Enderby's Service First Hardware Store  14���������������������������19  MONTPiAL HAUrAX ���������������������������! JOHN TOPONTO Wtf������������������MI������������������������������������*.-  HEDICINe  MAT CftUUMV tDMOMTON1 VANCOUVIB  ported lhal. wilh lhe olher dclc-iUccv<-'s' S/-1,,; c'  gales. Aid. Coltarl and Mr. Op-jloll['������������������ ^'j5'5-75'-  perlshauser, hc had attended the  convention   held   al Vernon  on  Julv 17 lo further'the scheme {appointed by the Hon. the Al-  of Vivdro-eleclric, development jlorney-General to make the spe-  iniliated bv Mavor Clhigan and fial survey now m course ol  and that lhe- .meeting (completion, asking lo be informed as lo the earliest dale  lhal could be arranged for Courl  of Revision anil staling that he  could bo in Knderby af any time  aflei' Aug. 10, bul is anxious lo  have lhe mailer attended lo as  Donald, member of lhe I.egisla- ;S������������������f>������������������"> "s possible,  lure for this dislrict, occupied! IX-cided lo reply  lhe chair, and Mr. II. AI. Walker jCouncil has endeavored lo keep  was secretary of the meeting.! this mailer m good shape dur-  Mavor Clingan, of Salmon Arm. ibig his absence on Avar service,  read a paper on lhc advantages jbul lhat Ihey had no power lo  of lhc proposed installation, and expedite lhe remaining proce-  urged   the  combined' efforts  of \Axivc. "which lay entirely between  himseli and lhe government.  Copy of Mr. Williams's leller to  he forwarded lo the inspector of  jLegal Ollices, his department  [being lhe one in charge of lhc  mallei;.  An anonymous letter, signed  "Ilatepaycr," was received, complaining lhal callle and horses  were at ail limes on the streets  anddhat lhe writer was bothered  willi Ihem and continually iu  -.lispcnse and would "hold lhe  Council responsible for all damages." Constable Bailey, -who  was present, reported lhal in his  opinion lhere was no ground for  lhe complaint, as hc patrolled  lhe street's lo a considerable-cx-  ���������������������������Icnl and -often . to a very" late  hour anil had nof seen either  cattle, .or'horscs. The few animals which had been impound-,  ed had' been found near the ccn-  lrcjof lhe. lown in daytime. The  letter, being an anonymous one,  could nol be dealt wilh and was  ordered filed. __ . .  The   application' for   permission  lo inslal a gasolene pump,1  from  Messrs. Jas. "McMahon  &  Son. in fronl of'their garage on  the Vernon road, was granted.-  /Constable^Bailey reported'thai  the hose on one of the reels was  leaking-iii several" places. -In  reply 'to a question from" His  Worship thc Mayor, Mr. Bailey  staled dial lhc leaks were not al  presenl very large ones, but he  considered il his duty: to" report  lhe fact of lhcir existence." Decided to lake no action for thc  present. .. ���������������������������   "  A letter was/rcceived from JMr,  T. A. Bryant, agent for the Norwich Union Fire Insurance .Co.,  J^ld.., soliciting" |hc. placing of  insurance on lhc- lie shed and  pound premises wilh his company and quoting rale for same.  Decided1 fo lake oul a three-year  policy for lhe sum of $300.  Owing lo impaired hcallh Cily  Clerk Rosoman was allowed one  JiionIll's 'vacation, under . tiro  same conditions' and . arrangeT  ments as were made in conncc-  Ihc districl in furtherance Iherc-  olV Mr. iV J. Fulton, of Kamloops. read several lellers received by him'from lhe Department of llie Interior. Ottawa, indicative of the willingness of  the Dominion government lo assist in the project. Mr. Kline,  chief engineer of thc Dominion  Hydrographic Stirvey-for British Columbia, spoke very  [strongly and convincingly of llie  I immense possibilities of power  [development a I "liie ''Skockum-  ���������������������������ehuck,"' on Shuswap river, near  Mabel lake, where, hc said: wilh  a 40-fool head and the great volume of water contained in the  lake, a continuous service of  10.000 horsepower could bc obtained; or. by raising lhe dam,  as could bc done. 15,000 horsc-  Dower;^at Shuswap^Falls 5.000  horsepower could bc developed,  and al Adams Falls 15,000  horsepower. A resolution was  proposed, by Mr. Cossitl, and  unanimously adopted, calling on  lhe government to look inlo lhe  mailer and lake steps lo,'have  engineers .make a survey of lhc  power available, wilh a view of  a I once developing such power,  for the use of the people of thc  district; also to look inlo . UiQ  feasibility -.of using electric  power for lhc Okanagan branch  of the Canadian Northern Railway. ~A standing committee,  consisting of lhe mayors, reeves,  presidents cf United Farmers'  and of other "agricullural organizations of the dislrict, was appointed fo lake charge of the  scheme, and to further it in all  possible ways.  Aid. Coltarl, anolhcr delegate  to lhc convention, expressed his  general concurrence in his worship's report, and added Unit thc  engineer told him" lhal he bad  sonic vears ago inspected lhis  fall (lhc "Skookumchuck") and  lhat he was oi' opinion lhal a  dam could bc so built as lo give  a 70-i'obl bead, which Avould afford 15,000 horsepower.  Report noted, with much, interest and satisfaction. , The  thanks of the Council w-crc extended to Messrs. Barnes, Coltart and Opperlsluuiscr for their  services as delegates lo lhis important convention..  =^Wilh=-referiMica^Lo^lhc_a.p]llk=  cation received from JMr. CJ G.  ���������������������������Piper and Mr. S. Poison for  waler J supply for properties  owned by them, a leller was received iiom the Inspector of  Municipalities, slating (1) lhal  he did not hold llie view was  correct lhat any properly wilhin  lhe municipalilv could demand  a service from' lhe waler system; (2) -thai, a.s a mailer of  facl, lhe municipality could nof  al lhc request of ratepayers extend lhe waler system wilhoul  lhe approval of lhe Waler  Board, lhc Provincial Board of  Health and lhe Lieutenant-Governor in Council;   (A)   thai Ihe  lion   with   the  similar  vacation  granted him two vears ago.  The Metric System  A nalion-wiilc movement is in  progress-iiWhe-U-ni leiVSla les-foi  lhc adoption of lhc metric sys-  le"m of measurement. John If.  Genie, financial edilor of The  San Francisco Bulletin, says  of il: ������������������  The Iwo stupidest nalions!  - No!     Nol   Russia   and   Germany.  Nol even Nigeria and Tum-  bucloo.  Mul Greal Brilain and lhe  United Slates!  Now, whal do vou think about  lhal? You don'l believe il?  Thev are lhe most enlighlenei  nalions?  They are and thcy are not!  . i     In .some  filings,  ves.     In-onr  procedure   i'or   construction   <H'1^,^,1 vital essen'lial of these vila  extension ol* a water system was 'ijniL,Si I1().  very elaborate, and even though j   ���������������������������^ .   the" ratepayers were in a position lo compel lhe Council lo  lake action in lhe mailer, Ihey  would have serious dillicully in  compelling'lhe olher parlies lo  tlie procedure lo do Iheir pari;  (d) lhat one of lhe main features lo bc considered was  ��������������������������� whether lhe proposed extension  'would be profitable or not, and  (5) lhal if iL were a certainly  lhal lhe extension would more  than pay the inleresl and sinking .fund in. connection.'wilh lhe  construction, and also such  maintenance charges as Jiiighl  be involved, it might be good  business lo extend the system lo  this extent.  Thc Clerk"was instructed  lo  These two old-fashioned, bc-  hind-lhe-limes, dozing nalions  are Greal Britain and the United  Siales!  And liie system lhcy are using  was discarded as worthless by  Germany half a century ago!  Thc two greatest-(?) nations  in lhe world are trying to do  business wilh Germany's cast-  oil's!  This, no doubt, is precisely as  Germany had planned. Having  tied a weight to the heels of her  greatest trade adversaries, this  cleverly cunning country removes her own weights and  skims into world commerce on  lhc wings of a system invented  hy an Kn'glishman, James Walt,  in 178.'{.  Think of the irony of it: An  Englishman gives the world the  logical, decimal system of measurement, which Germany adopts  to her tremendous acceleration  in commerce anil powcr anil enrichment by billions of dollars.  In return Germany fastens upon  Ihe land of lhcvEnglishman to  whom she owes so much the  cumbersome jumble of quantity  expression that is a terrible handicap lo Great Britain in her  world enterprises..  But the real tragedy is this:  , Tho United Slates slavishly  follows Britannia in her weights  and measures and retains them,  whilc'all the rest of the -world,  except these Iwo, adopts the  decimal system, which everybody understands! ~  11 is under this tremendous  handicap lhat the United Siales  enlers world trade. In all'her  dealings with the Orient, with  Oceania, with Latin" America  and lhc remainder of the world  outside of British possessions  this country must do business  wilh two sels of meaurements���������������������������  the metric, to satisfy her customers: the German, to humor  the obstinacyof hcr own manufacturers. But that obslinacyis  calculated to cost those manufacturers lens of millions of dollars aiinually-in lost- time and  lost orders, '"       ' r  -~ V -.  .,-  V*S~.'S5cO**<:.  ^:v^b  020? !  An African frog sounds a call  under waler which can be heard  for miles.  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  o       Notary Public.  1NSURANCR  Beix Plk. Endeuby-, B.C.  2Ks  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. S5. K. of P.  M������������������*otH 2ml ,t 1th   Monday o\������������������.  in Mh^.mio Hall.    Visitnrflcor-  dinllv inviti"! to ntti'iul.  ni'.", ������������������ siiaki'i: c. c  11. M. WALKEK. K. li. S  H. J. COLTAKT. M.K. ;  A.F.&A.M.  Enilct-hy Lodcc No. to  lU'Ktilar iiicvliMKH fntt  Thurbiliiy ���������������������������on or aft������������������>r tli������������������  full moon nlSj>. m. In Mu->  sonic     Hull. Visiting  hrt*Lhi<m cordially  invitixl  1    c.'ir. RUEVrS  Secretary  - NOTICE TO CUEIMTOKS.  In   the   matter    of    the'  Estate  ���������������������������lames Wood, deceased.  of  Well Cared For       S ;;  cc "Mary, I hope, you took good  care of mV animals while 1 was  away?"  V   ���������������������������'      V      .       '   I ~S  "Indeed I'did, mum; only once'  I forgot to feed the cat." ,      .-' JJJ:  "I hope shc didn't suffer?"^ .  "Oh'!" JJ;JNo, indeed, imiiii;'slic.  aLe the caanry and tlie parrot!?.'"  NO'lTCE is hereby jjiven that all  persons having claims upon-the es--  ta������������������e, of the  late .lames AVooil, who  (lied on. the 7lh clay-of May, A. D.  191!), are required to .send lo A. C.  Skaling, solicitor for thc executors,  Ann     Priscilla    Wood    and - .lohn    -  Charles "Metcalfe, on or before the  2nd day of September; A. 1): 1919,  a - full   statement-* of   their   claims,-  and of:any .security held by:them,  duly verified  by afiidavit,, and that"*  aftei\ that   (late   the  executors' will-  -  ���������������������������proceed  to disli-ibutc thc assets of  the deceased among the parties"cn-'  titled   thereto,-having, regard.only .  for the claims that havc becirululy  tiled  with' thcni;and all debts due  to tlie said" deceased arc to be.paid'  to tbc^undersigncd. '-*'       '-,_������������������������������������������������������  -Dated at Enderbv, B.C.-, this 28tli  day .of Julv, A. D. 1919."   ���������������������������     \   ..������������������������������������������������������'��������������������������� .  ���������������������������\ <���������������������������      ".       A.  C.  SKALING,.  _-     ���������������������������   -Solicitor Tor-the'Executors.--  Palace Livery:  .Ed. Sparrow, Prop..  \ri?,;  -''-If.,you,want a" good driver,-wc. f  have "it".-All kinds o.f Tight aiuf *'  heavy draying.    Team .work "of-  all"kinds.   Harness repaired.: " - ,J  -Vernon Road.  Enderby  v, *>���������������������������*;.       ";" 7  Save I'orcil Revenue to Develop B.C  "fxa-fn&A  i^if^SAA^rAA OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 191&.-"  Dort  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. li  interested let us demonstrate to you the  car's superior qualities.  <*������������������!  ARMSTRONG NEWS  ow at your service  Tires,. Tubes-  General Accessories  brcl Parts & Repais  Experienced in handling  Auto repairing  Ail work guaranteed  general  Jas. McMahon & Son !  New Garage      Vernon Rd.  c  Vernon Road  0  I  Mahon & Son    3  ii  Enderbjv  *=>0<-T->()  neof  inks for hot  We carry a  cool  refreshing  weather such as lime,  orange and apple cider juices.  Order your fruit jars  now as we only  have a limited supply on hand.  grape f  lemon,  Teece & Son  Enderby  Don't forget  to take some  ������������������ TALCUM POWDEll  FACE   CREAM  BATHING   CAPS  WATEB WINGS  FILMS  On that  Camping Trip  Drugs and Stationery  Subscriptions taken for any  magazine  Preparing Bees Tor Winter  According lo F. W. Sladcn,  Dominion Apiarist. Uie prepara-  lion 6V lhc bees for winter  should begin in July or early in  August-  Every colony should have a  young laying queen before lhe  end of this monlh. Year-old  queens should only bc retained  if Ihey arc jn full vigor. This  means   the   raising   of   a   large  judge undertakings on the basis  of money return. In the thrift  movemenl lhis cannot be done.  Onc might as well endeavor lo  judge the value of a university  by lhe earning powers of ils  sludenls six months aflcr graduation.  "And so your savings organization and our savings organization must sec thc road clear  ahead and musl keep lo .lhe  roadway regardless of distracting forces. We musl recognize  lhal the world has never experienced such a need I'or capital  as al present; that if capital is  not secured we shall have a"  stilled.induslry and the evil results oi* unemployment; that if  capital is secured il musl come  from onc t or anolhcr of two  sources, namely, from credit inflation or from savings; lhal if  credit inflation continues wc  shall have a continuously  mounting cost of living, with ils  dangerous consequences.  '"Thus, iL is manifest lhat  there is only one safe course before us, namely, lo increase the  capital of the world by widening lhe margin between production and consumption, lhal is,  lhc sum   total of  Mrs. W. Carson, of Vancouver,  js visiting her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. A. J. Noble,      ,  sr  J**  Dr. Sumner returned on Monday from his .trip to Seattle and  olher coast cities. ,  ���������������������������- k.r *  ���������������������������*"*,-.  Mrs. , G. Schubert,' jr., .returned last* week from Grand  Forks, where she has been visiting her parents.  Mr. D. N. Ferguson received  a wire on Saturday slating lhat  his mother had died on Friday  night at Lacomhe. Alia.  S*T  The regular mccling of the G.  XV. V. A. has been postponed  from An gus I 4 lo August 11. A  full attendance is desired. .  ?diss II. Sehubert left on  Thursday - I'or Calgary, wherc  she will onler llie Holy Cross  Hospilal lo study lo be a nurse.  *.r  Miss .lean Murray returned  from Vancouver on Friday, and  will slop wilh her parents for  a short lime before laking up  her duties in Vernon.  JB,  Some i)00 men arc now al  work on the new Kamloops-  Kelowna branch of the Canadian National Railways, half of  whom are encamped close to  Armslrong.  *r  -PS '  Mr. W. Sawyer has installed  an electric machine which pops  corn and roasts peanuts automatically, ll is enclosed in glass,  so lhal patrons "can sec lhc whole  operation from lhc lime the corn  falls from lhc bin inlo the popper on lo lhe trough where il is  buttered and from lhere into the  bags and cartons. ���������������������������  *.r  Mr. ITolman 'says il is about  lime lobacco plants grown in  lhis district,should bc "topped  Hc adds lhal from twelve to iif-  leen leaves should be lel'l on  each slalk, -no more. He will  return lo Armslrong and En  derby aboul August 20, -when he  will" be pleased - to give any  grower such information as is  required lo bring lhc plants lo  the curing slagc.  a gown is designed for tall women; and all the models are 5  feet 6 inches in height. I think  only only 6 inches difference in  height'would- make no difference  in looks, but can't convince the  modiste lady that  I am right;  number of bees in August andjbv increasing  September, and thus lhe first cs-jsaving.   If I clid not believe this  senlial    of    good    wintering���������������������������i lo bc lhc .mosl important under  taking before the people of- our  nation 1 should consider "lhis  work nol worthy of my own  ell'orts nor the efforts of those  thousands of others who arc  associated wilh this movement."  abundance of young bees in  each hive���������������������������is fulfilled. A colony containing a young queen  will* also breed morc bees and  produce more honey in the following season lhan one containing an old queen.  If thc bees are lo bc wintered j  oul  of doors  July  is  none  loo's?        GRINDROD NOTES  early   lo   see about  gelling   thcV-;* 5? s������������������ ������������������ ������������������ s; ������������������ J; JS;;:; r  winler packing cases made.���������������������������'because    the   colonies   should   be  placed   in   Ihem   in   September.  Al    lhe    Cejilral    Experimental  Farm,   Ottawa,   a   case   lo   hold, ,  lour  colonies  in  a  block, wilh|visitors to Armslrong Uns week  space for lhree inches of planer1  Mr. II. Johnson was in Grindrod on business lasl week.  fcr  Mr. and-Mrs. G. H. Wells Avere  |shavings at the sides and be-  'nealh, Vnd eight inches on lop,  | wiih outside entrances thrce-  irights of an  inch wide by one  men  !i   high  ngli, has produced every  good results in a place surrounded wilh a high board fence  lo protect Ihe bees from wind.  Thc third and last important  factor   in    preparing   bees   for  ���������������������������winler    is    an    abundance    of   j wholesome jdp.res, j)ul i'J'V'jy.j^:  'lore cold weather. Clover honey,  ! buck when I honey, and "syrup  imade. from refined, sugar have  I hern found wholesome for win-  'Uriug. but dandelion honey and  isome  kinds of  hone  TO-NIGHT AT  VltDS MILLIARD  PARLOR  The recent showers have done  a lot of good lo thc grain crops,  although thcy were.very late in  coming.  wr  mm  Mr. A. Turner, who has been  visiting friends here I'or a few  \yceks!" has returned lo his home  a I Armstrong.  sr  rs  Haying in the dislrict is now  over/ Despite the. dry weather  (he crops wcrccxceedingly good.  OTTM r"~W itrr'S"! ffrn l-aJTrmfc rras-  Ihrec tons lo the acre was har-  vcsled. and on JMr. Blackburn's  place one of lhc best crops in lhe  Okanagan Valley was taken in.  A man from the prairie who has  settled here said lhal the district  wonderful. If Ihe drought  ind  here, had  bcen     on   lhc  ")CC!1  .was  Cigars,-Cigarettes. Etc.  Pipes and Pipe Tohaccoi  family Supply  gathered  in Ihe fall have proved unwholesome.     Colonics   lhal have  less |  Of Canada.    A Icn-pound honey | we.  Jpail   wilh   a   number   of   small, prairie lhere wouldn I have  holes punched in llie lid makes.any crop al  all        lhere is  no  Ja .simple unci ellicirnl I'eeile.r for .irrigation needed here.  this  purpose.     II  is  placed   up- '  side down  over lhe combs and [��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ;,,, ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ;,���������������������������;, ��������������������������� ;, ��������������������������� 5,  covered  Willi a super.     "PP'Iyi 1JPvrir vnTirci  Ih. re are no restrictions control-jCRANDVIEW BENCH NO I Lb  ling  hi.I  i lire  I i I i n  lhe sale of sugar lhis year, \x x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X  it would bc advisable lo se-J  ���������������������������'    J. Tomkinson saw  lhree  fine  a  sullicienl supply  lo  in good  Store  MAHA, U. C.  Thrift    Inspiration  Having purcluised the Wm. Klsun  stock :incl store, ;nn now prepared  to supply nil requirements in  family grocery, supplies, dry "nods  and  feed.  Send us your orders nnd net the  best  of  goods  :md   s;iti.sl':ielion.  N.  PAVr.OS.  Proprietor.  Burroughs' Addling  Machines  402 Pender St. West Vancouver  Gossip mongers arc saved  many a step by the use of the  convenient telephone.  v member of lhc National  \\'..>- Savings Commillcc recently said:  "IL i������������������ an inspiration to know  thai lhe war savings work, in  bolh lhe Uniled Kingdom and  lh< Dominion is conducted wilh  lhe high purpose of educating  lhe public in lhc mailer of  thril:. This presents an almost  insuperable dillicully, because  lhere   i.-.  lhc tiil'i  work.   Tl  public  is  To   rV:  ���������������������������  ours   in   ���������������������������  afterward  process,  be   liuvd  men who  no   definite   test   as   to  iveness of educational  he    education    of.  the  a   very  slow  process.  le   your   citizens   and  ���������������������������.iivc" first   and    spend  i   is   an   even, slower  Always   lhere   has   io  lhal  "large   group   of  ire accustomed lo ad-  bears Ihe olher day.  SB,  Lawson Slrougler rclurned on  Salurdav from a visit lo Vernon.  JB,  Miss Lena Krebs spent Ihe  week-end with her parents a I  Canoe Creek.  sr  -#^  Miss M. McSherry is visiting  her sisler. Mrs. Jem Lidslone.  of Grandview Bench.  sr  JB,  Wm. Tomkinson bas bought  a portion of the F. Dysarl place  on the Grand View Bench.  PUBLIC NOTICE  Notice is hereby given lhat 1  linve disposed of mv merchandise  business at Mara lo N. I'avlos. and  r bespeak for bim a continuance  of the patronage f bave bcen  favored  witb.  f will liquidate and collect all  accounls.  ���������������������������WM. ELSON, Mara, B.C.  July  20th    1010.  Woes of Small  Women  A certain actress of New York  who is much in the public eye  of laic has given voice to a plain I  on behalf of those who "a re small  of stature.   She says:  "Small women arc never taken  seriously. -.   .  "Even the servants, don'l take  hcr seriously. ' They think she  is too little lo havc a servant  and loo lillle lo boss the house  hold, so .lhcy think thcy must  run the house.  "A small woman may bc -i  genius of finance, bul no onc be  licvcs it. They.lhink shc is loo  lillle lo handle much money or  lo know how lo invest or lake  care of ;!.  "Dignity and small women  seem "to'most people an' incongruous'combination. Especially  in Europe no small woman is  considered beautiful. She can't  ever, bc cule, for there is ..no  word .lhal corresponds to "cute"  in foreign languages. That is a  blessed American euphemism.  "If shc tries-lo sell things or  work seriously a I charily bazars  or any such function men arc  much"'morc apt lo chuck hcr  under lhc chin than thcy would  a laM. slately woman.  =_-_^LXh e=m osLimpod an Lpnrls_oii  the stage can'l bc played by a  very liflle woman. In order to  become a big star the little wo-  nuii has many handicaps lo  overcome.  "All lillle women love big hats  bul are (old Ihey are too short  to wear them. So lhc milliner  sells lliem lillle lints that lhcy  never like and think unbecoin-  When Swearing  Helps  "John," said the clergyman to  his new man, "do you���������������������������er���������������������������-ever  employ- slrong language?" The  new man blushed, self-consciously. "Well sir," he faltered,  "I���������������������������I mav be a lillle careless in  my speech at times." "Ah,"  murmured the clergyman, "I'm  sorrv, John���������������������������I'm sorry! Bul wc  will"converse on lhat at some  morc filling time. Jusl now I  waul vou to go lo Jenkison &  Blenkfnson and settle this bill  for repairing mv summer house.  And you might lalk lo them,  John, as if it were your own bill,  in a careless-like sort of way.  Will you. John?"'  Praise the Lord  A fool has seldom bcen answered "according lo his folly"  with more appropriateness than  was the local preacher who  boasted at a dinner table lhal  the Lord had opened his mouth  lo preach without,sending him  lo college first. "Indeed," replied a curate who was present;  "how very interesting. A similar event happened in Balaam's  lime."  Woman's dress nuiv-bc considered a matter of form; but  in this dav and generation form  freciuciillv a matter of dress.  is  Want Ads  o2c ii word first insertion, lc n word each insertion tlieri'after: 25c minimum churuo: 10c e.xtr.i  whore cash does not ncuomnnny Older.  I'OK SAM"��������������������������� Three-year-old Jersey  cow, in full milk; calved in tbe  sprini,': all right every way; $75.  .   G. llVSmcdlcy. Endcrhy.   FOR SALE ��������������������������� Seven-room dwelling  on Knight street: three lots; good  barn and outbuildings; water and  electric light. Price and terms lo  suit on application.. Commoner  ollice. iMiilerby. "'    '^-M  FOK SALE���������������������������A lady-like Pony, perfectly quiet wilh autos. Some  fall rye: cistern pump with  pipes iiiul saiidpoinl. Chub &  Pemberton. Enderby Up  WORK WANTED���������������������������By woman and  Iwo bovs; picking fruit. Address   W.,   Commoner.   Enderby.  FOR SERVICE��������������������������� Registered Holstein-Friesian Bull; -fee $3; also  thoroughbred.7Yorkshire 13-w. fee  S2.50."  Harris & Son. Enderby:'!p  LOST���������������������������Signal ring, monogram- 'J  W.L." .Finder will -be suitably  rewarded on loving at.Cominon-  -   er ollice. Enderbv.^ 2X\, -���������������������������  I'OR   SALE���������������������������200  chicks.  -10  laying  bens:   fat   young   boar;   old   en  ough   for   service' or   young   enough   for   pork.     Bernard   Roso  man, Ciriiulrod.- B.C.    I'OR SALE���������������������������Tn Enderby; -(-room  bungalow, with 3 or (> lots: also  7-rooin bouse, wilh (i or !) lots.  Easv terms. Apply Mrs. W. .1.  Hatcher. Enderby. "18-2p  WHYPIPTWPY  Because he rode hard and shot  straight ��������������������������� because lo "him womanhood was sacred, and he  backed honor wilh two big black  WltUAM  Presents  FOX  Willip FcPP  as  LASSITER THE AVENGER  In a Piclurizalion of Zane Grey"  Famous   Novel  "T can drive a motor car as  well as any big woman, but I  can't be seen behind the wheel,  as the policeman stops lhc car  l'! find oul who lhc youngster  is lhal i.s running away wilh lhe  car. Also it's harder lo see a  chicken or dog over lhe hood.  "I inighl bc a good tennis  player, but can't reach thc high  halls, and couldn't hold many if  I could reach Ihem.  "I enjoy riding horseback, bul  everybody thinks I should ride  a Shetland pony.  "I niusi sland for all insults  icgnrding mv size. I am too  little lo tight."  ���������������������������"When f go up lo a railroad  ticket oil ice to buy a licket the  agcnl asks if I want a half-fare  lick el.  "Tlie management thinks lhat  ! am loo lillle lo go about alone;  1 must always have a chapcrone.  "Kvervone.seems lo think hc  niusl laik 'baby-talk' lo a little  woman in order lo be understood. Our inlcllccls arc judged  by our bodies.  "She goes lo the modiste and  admiresV gown on a tall, slrik-  in." model, but is lold lhal such Bell Block  Riders of the  Purple Night  I' Love,  in  the  Mystery and  Great Soulh-  A Slory o  Adventure  west.  Staged by  Frank Lloyd  EXOEHBY THEATRE, NIGHT  OF AUG  12.  :")0c. and 15c.  Having' helped lo adjust the situation in  Europe, wc arc back at  the old sland ready lor  business ��������������������������� painting;  kalsomining, p a p e r  hanging. Try     our  prices.  C.  G.  PIPER  Box 43 Enderby  Jas. Dickson  REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT  Enderbv  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. BILL  Men's Wear . Groceries Enderby, B. C.  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-17170.  xo  s k Boys'  Summer Wear  I  i.  I  5  1  Ox  i  Men's   Sport   Shirls,   Balbriggan   Underwear,  Wash Ties; Straw Hals, and a lull line of W.G.&-  B: Dress Shirts, Boys' Blouses," Sport Shirts, Cotton Jerseys, etc. , ~  Men's  and Boys'  Outing Boats,  with rubber  sole, in while, black and Ian.  Bathing Suits for Men and Boys.  Agents   i'or.   20th   Century   and   Semi-Ready  Clothing.   Prices ranging from $25J0O up.   Come   -  in and inspect our samples.    ~ '" ft   .   ���������������������������    ���������������������������   '   . ������������������������������������������������������ 1  ENDERBY SUPPLY COMPANY; f  For  ./  Two <Hacft tire  ourGoQ4  &44Je Worses  One work team  WJ.WQQtfs, Enderby  i  --���������������������������-;���������������������������  y  jj!  ���������������������������-���������������������������)'  KING EPWARP  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King E<Jwar4 Hotel  P. H. MURPHY  l'eoprietor  Merhy  0  0  If you are intending to have an exhibit  for the c4rmstrong  Fall Show, prepare  now to make that exhibit a prize winner.  I  i  OX


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