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 Vol. 13, No. 31: Whole No. 627  Another Social Affair  for the Boys Home  gatherings which have been held  ���������������������������in Enderby in the past year or more  in honor of lhe bo\s coming home  irom overseas are lo bc discontinued now thai the men of this district   are   home.     These   gatherings | tion   --   -    ���������������������������   ���������������������������-   - ���������������������������---   -���������������������������  have proved wonder fully beneficial Robinson gave popular vocal solos,  to the community, not only in llie 'unt* Mrs. Peacock, -Mrs. McNabb,  interest-of the reluming men bul Miss Lange, Mr. Winter and the in  also   in   the   well-being   and   devel  II will be regrelable if the social . event,   when   excellent   music   was  generously given not only in the  concert but also for the dancimg  which followed.  An  interesting chorus was given  by little children  under the clirec-  of   Airs.   E.   13.   Dill.     Mr. -1  ENDERBY, B- C. THURSDAY, OCT.9. 1919.  FURNACE INSTALLED  Enderby Hospital Now One of  lhe Best Equipped Small  Hospitals in the Province.  opment of the community.  The last welcome home held in  lhc Enderby Theaire last Wednesday night was unquestionably the  besl of all. It is a fact that each  of these monthly gatherings which  have been held proved belter lhan  Ihe previous one) and the lasl one  thc best of all. It was given lo  publicly welcome home Pies. Fred  Johnson, Sam Roberts, Kenneth  Hell, Kenneth Strickland, Rov,  Hutchison, Arthur Teece, Cosnell,  Joe Lindsay, K. L. McKenzie; and  Capt. A. li. Johnson and Lienl. Chas  Johnson, Lieut. I). S. Rashley.  "Sergl. Wood row, Q, M. S. A. Dill,  and Sappers A. I). Glen and I).  Whitlel.'  Rev. J. If. Gretton handled thc  program of the evening and spoke  in his usual thoughtful, appreciative style thc communities welcome 4o the returned men.  J~ , Following the welcome to the  men, * Colonel Henniker, speaking  on behalf ofi the men', expressed  Iheir earnest appreciation for all  , that had becn said and done by  thc people of Enderby and district  jn Ihe^ interest of those, who. w^enl  overseas and now have returned.  He ���������������������������wished especially to thank the  committee .(if men and women who  planned- and' carried 'out so many  such warm -welcomes to the boys  coming back.  This   committee   was cappointed  many .month  ago  and   its  members  have, workeil  hard  to make the social welcomes of lasting good to Ihe  men and-Jhe community. Of course  they  have-had  thc_hearty eo-opef-  ,ation~ of tlie people, yet "upon Ihem  "- has devolved the directing of each  , event.  -'-Mesdames. JJ Reeves,   Speers,  .   Sparrow/. Cray " andVMcPhersoh  -   were U lie* ladies on  the  committee.  These ������������������������������������������������������five1 men   acted   with   them:  JRevs. Mr. Grctlonand Mr. Dow, .Mr.  A.    Reeves,    Mr.    Rryanl    and    Mr.  Welsh, .ilr.. C.  R. ^Winter-was  nol  a member of this committee, but to  ���������������������������J. him perhaps as much as to anyone  is due much of. the-credit  for thc  success that each "event has proved.  The   Enderby'orchestra  also  has  added its bil, especially in lhe last  r   ��������������������������� -���������������������������  SUDDENLY  CAJXEJP  Jpeath Takes Mr. Napoleon Sim-  ~    arc!,  Well-to-do Mabel  Lake  Valleyr jjtancfoei'.,   ,        )  *���������������������������* The. rcpoiT o> the. death .of Mr.  ^Napoleon   Siiiiard -.which   was   received  fiipm 'Vancouver last Thurs-  ' day came as a.shock to the many  friends .of the deceased in Enderby  and   the Mabel  Lake   Valley.    Few  knew that Mr. Simard was ill.    In  ==f a Gfc=h'c=l ef t=En d er b y=o n 1 y=-sx-Ley\=  days previous in good health.    He  , went to Vancouver to have a cataract removed from pne of his-cy'es.  He entered the general hospital and  * was-given a dose of physic to prepare   him   for   the   operation.     Hc  -was   taken   violently   ill   from   the  ell'ects   of   thci   medicine   and   exhausting    vomiting    ensued,     from  which   he, never   recovered, (Tying  the   third* day.      The    body   was  brought to  Enderby  for interment,  the funeral Liking place on Friday  on   Ihe  arrival  of Ihe  south-bound  train. <  Mr. Simard's death lakes from  thc Mabel Lake district one of its  best-known characters. Twelve  years ago Mr. Simard located upon[  a cjioiee piece of property at Hupel  and with his industrious and frugal  family of boys he developed one of  thc big paying farms of the dislrict.  The. widow, two daughters am.  seven sons survive the father. One  daughter, now Mrs. Terrian, is residing in Alberla, with whom the  second daughter, Miss Lumina, was  visiting at the time "of the father's  death. The sons, Joe, Louie, JRo-  sario, Henry, Adelard, Wilfrid and  Johnny, are al home.  Deceased was 01 years "of age.  interment took place al-the, Enderby cemetery. - ���������������������������  imitable Bolsheviks each added to  the pleasure of the evening by  song '"id  fun-making.  Following  the   program,   refreshments, for which  the ladies of En  be in running order by the end o  the week  Nurse  McPherson   desires  to   ac  knowledge the following donations  since publication of the last list:  Mr. G. W.Pemberton, fresh strawberries;   .St.   GcoVge's  Church,  fruit  No belter illustration of what 'and   vegetables;   Grindrod   Church,  steady,   persistent    work   will   do, lfruit and vegetables; Mrs. Gaylord,  properly directed and conscicn- 'tomatoes:  Mrs.  A.  McPhcrson,   lo-  Uously rendered, can he ioimd'Jmilocs;   3I;.S.    Thos.   Gl.ay>   Mara)  than   lhat  ol   the record   oi   Lhc j bcer;   ?lIl,s.   c.   Parkins0]lj   apples; [Lake, hunting big"game.  Enderby   Hospital  since  Nurse iri.St  j.  Mowat,  apples;  Mr.  J.  1.1.  McPhcrson   look charge  a  year Pallen, Armstrong,  crale of celery  or more ago.   One improvement \UK,   box   ol-   tomatoes.;   Mrs.   Rod.  after  another  has  been   added  un- Mt.Donahl> ���������������������������Kinn;,hK|e and assorted  til  loday  we  have one  of  the  besl je]Iics;     Ah.s     Wilson,    magazines;  equipped, and   best  managed  small ^,rs   Jllc,,s. m.lg.lzincs<  hospitals in  the  Province,  lhe lasl  Subscription, ������������������2 a year; 5c copy  j Enderby and District  u    News in Paragraph  --Mr. Chas. Hawkins finished lhe i Owing to llie'small attendance at  erection of a silo on the Brash lhe Monday night performances, it  lann last week.   ^ |has  been  llc<cUlcd by  the Enderby  E. B. Dill and'Pal Mowal spenl |Theatrc management to discontinue  the early part of Uie week at Sugar ilI^se  slimvs   antl  lo .confine,  every  !effort   to  making the Friday  night  feature plays most enjoyable.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   F.   Hassard   re-1 j;  lurned   from   Vancouver   on   SaluV-j     Mrs.   George   Drown  has. decided -  day,   where   JMr.   Hassard   atlended ,lo   sell   her   property,   the   Brown  were served, wilh (doIlars,   too,   is  improvement���������������������������costing ij'JOO or $-100  the   installation   of  A. Reeves i.s pulling o>.  derby are noted  an   hour  or   more   of  social ""inter-'a   McClary   wood   furnace     _  course and dancing. Fulton  Hardware  Slore.    This will  Miries next week.  the Conservative convention.  'home, on  the  river bank  near En-  bv   thc.duclion   sale of'   drugs   and   acces-  An auto drive and dinner at  the King Edward "will make any  Sunday seem belter.  .1  The Why? of Another  Victory  WHEN' on the corning of November 11th, 1918, the. guns were hushed and  : glad tidings flashed across the world, there followed with "the Nation's  Prayer of Thanksgiving, one yearning query, which found echo in the faster beating .'hearts 4Qf wives,, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and sweethearts. That  query was, How soon will our boy be home?" And, from France and Flanders  from Italy and Egypt, from. Palestine and from far-off Siberia, there came an  answering echo,    How soon, how soon, may we go home?"  Ct "' * * f -  ANADA ^caught the spirit of these longings, and  at once resolved to satisfy  them.    It was an appalling task.-   Shipping was tragically scarce.    The composition of the Army of Occupation had not then been settled.    Ahd other parts of  the Empire as well as Canada were looking for the speedy return of their men.  npHE problem/was this. ' The half-million men that Canada had overseas had  -������������������������������������������������������ taken more than, four years to transport to the field of battle. /to bring  them home in a few months was a gigantic undertakingr^ohe to. tax all ^Canada's  ingenuity;and resources.., -Canada: solved; the probiemr but it mea'nt crowding- into  a few short months, an expense .for demobilization which^it was impossible to foresee.:  npHEN; too, besides the^htimental.aspect^ dPthe. necessity for bringing the men  -_��������������������������� home quickly the economic side could hotbe over looked:.   Thatwas, to transform efficiently and speedily^the nation's army of fighters into a nationalarmy of  workers^ '-���������������������������.���������������������������;--->-' " -        '-._"' y.7     -   -  \r.    \v n ���������������������������       " i     i     i        .derby, and will go lo Vancouver to  M1s.s^a.kcrJanursewlioliadex-'be wUh her ,la    ���������������������������,      ^,pSi Chcck.  tensive experience m  vanous  hos- ,oy> ������������������������������������������������������,, nc ,. Jle). sons>    The  p.tals in the hghting /one w.th   he :!UM.e pi.OIiei.('y  is  ,)ui    , oirercd   for  (.anadian   troops,   is   visiting   Mrs. 'sale.'  Geo. Sharpe this week. I ,,,    *���������������������������   ft  ^^  j     Mr.   and   Mrs.   Geo.   JJ.   Johnston  ��������������������������� and   daughler  are   moving-to  Van-  jcouver  early   in   November,   where"  they will  reside.    They  have been  (residents   of   Enderby   district   the,  pasl six years and have won a large-.  circle  of  friends  who  will  greatly  regret   losing' them   from 'the  communitv.  "~\  -v.  Need  Divides  Itself iri  Two Parts  The answer, to the question "Why  does Canada need another Victbry  Loan?" divides itself into two parts,  (a) To finish paying the, expenses  of demobilization, and the-obligations we still owe to our soldiers,  (b) To provide national J-working capital. .  Obligations      ^e   obligations   to   soldiers  ,ih-  to Soldiers.    That aiveady incurred cost of  bringing home .troops from overseas.  . The payment of all soldiers still undemobilized.    This  ". includes more than 20J000 sick: and wounded who are  still in hospital, and who of course "remain on the Army  payroll till discharged. -    " .-,    '  The "upkeep bf hospitals, and their medical aftd nursing  staffs, until.the need for them is ended.      x    -    -  These three itenis-alone will use up at least $200,000,000  of the Victory Loan 1919.  These national, expenditures are war-expenses/. They  will be-accepted readily ,by _ every citizen who gives  thought to the task which Canada faced following the  Armistice, and to the success with which she has met it.  National  Working  Capital  Canada needs national working  capital, so that she may he able  to.sell on credit,to Great Pritain  and our. Allies "the products of  bur farms,N forests, fisheries,  - mines and factories.  You may ask-"Why sell to them ifthey can't pay cash?-"  The answer is, "Their- orders "are absolutely essential  to the continuance of our. agricultural and industrial  prosperity." '-,,-.  The magnitude of these orders and the amount of employment .thus created, will" depend upon the success  of the VictoryXoan 1919..     - '  Gratuities'        There is also the  gratuity which         The      Why      Farmers and manufacturers (and  ������������������*-hj-+*-*j-- _ ^,--_-Kas^been^author.-ear^K^^^^  that-mcludesthe^workers-on-these  and is beinccaid to assist soldiers to tide over the neriod ���������������������������������������������  v>+vmu orders), must   be   paid   cash   for  and is being caid to assist soldiers to tide over the period  between discharge aneMheir re-adjustment to civi life.  For this purpose alone, $61,000,000 must be provided  out of the Victory Loan 1919, in addition to the  $59,000,000 already paid out of the proceeds of the  Victory Loan 1918.  J^and Furthermore, soldiers who desire  Sotflomonf to become farmers may, under  OejJIiemejH the Soldiers' Land Settlement  Act, be loaned money by Canada with which to purchase land, stock and implements: The money so  advanced will be paid back; meantime each loan is  secured by a first mortgage. Up to August 15th,  29,495 soldiers had applied for land under the terms  of vthis Act; and 22,281 applications had been investigated, and the. qualifications of the applicant approved.  For this, purpose Canada this year requires $24,000,000.  Vocational' ^or t^*'s wor^ which, with the  Train ind Vocational Training and Soldiers'  ���������������������������*��������������������������� *������������������IUJ.WS Service    Departments,    embraces  the major activities of" the Pepartment of Soldiers'  Civil Re-establishment, an appropriation of $57,000,000  is necessary.  Loans,. * their products. Therefore, Canada  ' must borrow   money . from   her  citizens .to give credit, temporarily, to Great Britain ant>  our Alljes. Actually, no money will pas's out of Canada.  If Canada-does not give credit, other countries will;  and they will get the trade, and have the employment  that, should be ours, to distribute amongst their workers.  .And remember, we absolutely need these orders to maintain employment. If we don't finance them business  will feel the depression, employment will not be as*  plentiful, and conditions everywhere will be adversely  affected.  For-TranS- Money must also be available to  nnrtfltion ������������������  carry on the nation's shipbuilding  "U1 ldlluu programme, and other transport  ation development work.  For loans to Provincial Housing Commissions who are  building moderate priced houses.  These, then, are some of the things for which Canada  needs national working capital. She is in the position  of a great trading company, and her citizens who buy  Victory Bonds are the shareholders.  Those who give thought to our outstanding obligations to soldiers, and to our need for  national working capital, cannot fail to be impressed with the absolute necessity for the  "Every Dollar Spent in Canada"  Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee  in co-operation with the fylinistcr of Finance  of thc Dominion of Canada.  JMr.   and    Mrs.    Bert   Wilson   returned   from   Vimcouvcr last  week",  where  they  have  resided��������������������������� the  past,.  year.    Four months ago Mr. Wilson  0  had the mis for tune to break his  leg while al work in thc ship yards  and since that time he was con-���������������������������.  fined to the general hospital up to  wilhin a few days of their return  lo Enderby. " -   ���������������������������  Bills are oul  advertising" the big  first  annual  dance  to  be given   in -  the lin derby" Theatre on  the "night."  oi*  October  15ih i>y  employees  of.-  lhe Okanagan Saw=MilIs.    It is the"-^  intention   to.make  this one of the ;  most enjoyable affairs ever held in  lhc   Okanagan. -    The, dance,   with* "  music, supper and  everything that  ,  goes   wilh   il.   are   being  provided -  free of.,al!  cost, and  a general -in- ,,  vitation  is. issued   to everybody-to  .  come-and  enjoy-themselves.      s   ' ��������������������������� ���������������������������'  =    Enderby G.-W .V. A;      V   . -  -"    '   ? - rt  -   .'      - ���������������������������* .' ������������������ < -1.<  At a- mcetikg of the Enderby G.-^   '  W.  V.  A.  held "on  the 2nd  inst." a-^JJ:  resolution "was passed, objectingrfoS\<  Uie "action, of-   the   Victory "Loan - '.*'  Committee in "electing"as.secretary  of-.the "Committee, to act while the V  three-week "drive'.' is on a civilian^" r- \  wilhoul   first   consulting" the   local;"..'  Velertyis'   Association   to   learn; if.- -J  a  returned   irum was  not available "��������������������������� -  for ihe position.      '      ' _'   *-   "V "���������������������������  Comrade .Piper  was   madn  vice--  "prcsident and   Com.  Whiltet treasurer.     Coin   Murlin   was   elected' a  member  of  the  investigation "com-   ".  mil lee.    " "  Il   was  decided   lo have a, member .of  the  association   in   town  to  look after the rclurned men':, inler-" 7'  e.sls as "regards, pensions, gratuities,    *,-  elc.     Tiie  lo.caL branch  is- also.go-^    ">  ing aflcr lhe opening of the, reserve  lands iii this vicinity in the hope of ".- "  placing returned men thcr.eon."  A social commillcc was formed  of Comrades Duncan, Green. Mowat  Hobinson,   Ilenniker,' A.   Bush, and  :��������������������������� "   -- .?\S-1\  -  ;*       *     I"       ..VS..  ��������������������������� f' -���������������������������+ "-/* ~   - t -****  AiA 'S-'SS:'1r'A%'  ~S ������������������������������������������������������ -^ '.-.-^-'SSt  ~,--- j��������������������������� --/^**f^j|  .s>r-Sy^'5-7'-l  A'/SS rS\r������������������?\  - A A. "'A "Ap    -  rz ������������������������������������������������������. r. z������������������- .S * t.-r^B  SS ���������������������������" 5^ -'������������������������������������������������������*'& I  - --" v.' S.i'ul  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ r>}  A SI  "B lacl?b urn. ' ^J "  It is' the purpose of the local  branch'to havc.an auxiliary formcc.  of lhe ladies, the- wives, mothers  and sisters of - returned' nien,..and  a hearty invitation was issued to  all rclurned men to join ihe organization now existing and lo all  women eligible to membership in  the auxiliary.  A unanimous vole of thanks was  passed by lhe members to #thc  ladies and gentlemen of the returned soldiers' committee for the  warm welcome and reception given  Ihe  returned   men. of  the  district.   -  Back io Canada  JZ3SS3.  r<v������������������  Mr. and Mrs. \Y. A. Russell have  returned to Toronto from England,  where Mrs. lUissell went. somc  months ago to join hcr husband  whose service al tlie fronl brought-  him   the commission  of lieutenant.  "Mrs.   Piusscll   enjoyed   the   five  months' visit in  Ihe Old  Country,*"  writes   Mr.    Russell,    "whicji   was  divided  between  the south coast of_  England,      London,-     Edinborough,  Belfast  and   Torquay.    The  British '  Isles   are   like   a   great   park   and'  easily surpasses  in  beauty  of scenery anything I have seen elsewhere,  bul   social   conditions   need   much  rc-adjuslmenl.  .However,  what impressed us most of all was thc inar-  veloiis   generosity   and   hospitality  of   the   English,   Irish   and   Scotch,.  which we shall never forget." OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT.9, 1919.  \  Il would seem, irom presenl disturbed conditions the world over that men misjudge ethers as  j they  themselves are misjudged.    It', is just  pos-  isible lhat we all expected tlie new condition thai  ;were anlicipaled   would   come   as   a   gift*  Irom  j above, wilhoul any eli'ort-being necessary on our  I part  to bring tliem  aboul���������������������������quite an  impossible  'thing ol"  course.    A new world  is dawning, no  doubt, but in order lo enjoy its benefits we must  participate in its sacrifices.    This does not seem  lo * be   realized.     Selfishness   dominates   tlie-old  world yet, and will so long as men and nations  arc-out to "do"Vach other.  CANADA'S  NEW  VICTORY  LOAN  THURSDAY, OCT.!). 1019.  GOING THE WAY OF ITS PREDECESSORS?  We in the Okanagan have a greal faculty for  "starting something." Frequently���������������������������loo frequently���������������������������wc stop there. Wc organize tliis or  that club or association���������������������������of course with the besl  ol'1 motives and thc highest ideals���������������������������then everybody sits down or stands aside and "lets George  do il." Wc appear to believe lhal all lhal is  necessary i.s. lo organize and the thing will run  itself.  This attitude has damned many a worthy organization and lias filled thc vineyard wilh the  corpse of hundreds of societies lhal were compelled lo live a lean life and'finally pa.sscd away,  starved by'its members for (he lack ol' inleresl.  , , Wc wonder if lhc Okanagan Automobile Club  is going the same old way. It wasorganized early  this year, and for a time showed the usual  amount of life. Then interest waned as il has  waned before until,���������������������������well, wc do not know. Tt is  -inconceivable that an organization lhat.could bci  made-so useful as an automobile club should lie  allowed to die. True, perhaps the club did nol  show wherein il was'of any great amount of  usefulness to lhc" community or its members, bul  this wras on account of il not being marie use of  by its members or Jhe community. A person  might buy tlie besl automobile manufactured,  bul tlie machine would bc u.sclcsss unless il was  put to good service by thc owner. And if members of lhc Okanagan Automobile Club confine  their inleresl in the Club lo paying lhe annual  membership fee that will mark lhc exlcnl of-service" thc Club will bc lo the Okanagan or lo its  members 'themselves s  j Is lhe new Dominion-Victory Loan to be a  ''jsuccess or a failure? This is the epicstion every  j citizen must ask himself or herself.' If il is to be  a success, how much will lhal success depend upon YOUR individual effort? If it is to fail, how  much of lhe responsibility for such failure will  re t upon YOU?  The lirsl of the series of advertisements appear  in lhis issue of lhe Advertiser. They conlain  interesting i'tformalion regarding' lhe requirements of the Governmnf in dealing wilh afler-  war condilions in Canada. Millions of dollars  will  yel be  required.  Canadians have lo finish llie war -job: They  subscribed liberally when money was required'lo  fight the battles of the war; Ihey cannol afford,  even if so disposed, to allow ihe. nation to fall  down al this slage of the greal game���������������������������lhe cleaning-tip period. ' "This district over-subscribed ils  quoin lasl year. Will il do a.s well this? Whal  did YOU subscribe last year? Will YOU do as  well ihis vear*  Monday/,   October 13th,,-Harvest Thanksgiving* Dav.   , Store  '������������������������������������������������������'..'" :     closes all day.  New Fall Cloallings  in beautiful heavy tweed e{loots in heather mixture of Brown'grey also D.'irk grey and the  new, shade of .Burgundy, 50 inches wide, Prices $5.85, <>.85, 7.25 and 7.05. These prices are  considerably lower than to-days'���������������������������market value. -  Eri^glish   Cravenette  Tn clear shades' of Fawn, Green and Grey, 51 inches wide. For early fall coats and suits,  fa two splendid qualities at RArl^ and -J.25. '     v  r  Write lor samples ��������������������������� Postage Paid on above materials   *  Tlhree  big  BlanRet Values  ���������������������������Heavy Silver Grey Union-Wool Blankets���������������������������  fi lb., size   5fix70 ._ -      ...'. ^ /. v V_    $7.1)5 pair  7 ib.. size   (JUxSO - : T__         9.50   pai^.  8 lb.,si/.e  (i4.\8-l '. + .. V  ....'         .10.50  puir  THE SOLDIERS' GRATUITY  ENGMNO'S RAILWAY STRIKE ENDS  A reasonable compromise has ended England's  greatest labor wallc-cuil. Regardless of the pnrli-  zan clainis of victory, il i.s generally recognized  lhal both sides conceded some points and granted  some compromise. Both retained enough to  "save Iheir faces.', and bolh were plainly conscious of the terrible possibilities involved in a  177ilure lo selilcnlupissiie V Tlic~7) 11 i^minJerTns=o?'"  the settlement are:  Work shall be resumed immediately; negotiations shall be resumed on the understanding lhal  thcy will be completed before lhe end of lhe year:  wages will he stabilized al lhe presenl level unlil  Sepl. .30lli. 1!)20. and al any time aflcr Aug. 1st,  Ihey will he reviewed in Ihe light of circum-  slances Ihen existing; no adull railway man in  Ureal Britain shall receive less Hum ol shillings a  week while Ihe cosl of living is 110 per cenl above  the pre-war level; Ihe Railway Union agrees lhal  their men will work harmoniously wilh Ihe men  who returned lo work or who remained at work  during llu- strike. Nor shall lhere lie any victimization of strikers.  SELFISHNESS THE RULING PASSION  When lhe war was on. and men were badly  needed on the lighting line, a greal deal was  heard about lhe kind of world which was to bc  when the war was won and lhe boys were sent  homc. *A new world was to emerge, when all  men should be justly treated, and there would bc  peace and plenty for lhc laborer and harmony  between employer and employed When the war  suddenly curled, and men found themselves once  more at'homc, they began to realise how great  was the iw.v.t\ for that closer fellowship and cooperation so freely'talked about by the various  leaders, of the world's greal powers. They anlicipaled grealer things, no doubt, than Ihey were  justified in looking for. They expected to see the  lion and the lamb bunk together.  When lhe end of the war was in sight, and  months before the boys were brought home lo  Canada, lhe Ottawa government jn common wilh  other lighting powers, laid Ihe foundation for il.-  repalrialion work in lhe inleresl of Ihe men who  The work  and wilh-  wcre lo return when hostilities ceased,  was largely mapped out without llie aid  out eonsuHaiion with the men ih whose inleresl  the plan was'lo operate. Uncpislionably a serious mistake was made -when if was decided lo  give financial a.id to returned men who wanted to  slai'l farming, and yet make no provision to'aid  returned men who preferred engaging in some  oilier business, il 'was a mistake. The plait was  not complete. If provided I'd-- only a small fraction of the men returning from-France. An ex-  .tensive and expensive system was -set up "for  handling thc .men laking. advantage of the land  selllement scheme. >  This mistake led' fo the men asking" for .what  they consider lo bc a more equitable plan:���������������������������the  $2,000 gratuity lo every man who served at lhe  front���������������������������all lo be treated alike and tionc overlooked. Thc returned men arc mosl insistent in  making this demand. The matter lias been laken  up willi the government af Oflawa, and a commission is lo be appointed to go inlo the wh/il  question willi a body io be chosen from fhe r.���������������������������  turned men themselves. Had such a policy"bee;  adopted before thc Government inaugurated ils  land 'settlement programme, much of the friction  now apparent would havc becn avoided, and a  broader policy "which would have -pleased -the  better part of our Canadian manhood would, have  resulted. Unless sonic such plan can lie adopted  ���������������������������a plan that will he acceptable lo the returned  men���������������������������il is hard fo see how lhc (iovernnienl can  hope to accomplish anything worlh while, however earnest if may be in trying.  Following is an extract from an'editorial in the  I^t^Ct^Vc l\a-avit^p u h li sli cd^a l^^La n eo u-veiv^wh i c-1-i^  goes to show the sane view of lhe returned men  on the question ut issue:        *  "In form u hil i ny mir claims," says I hc Veifran, "wc  mitfht not to be unduly modest, nr seek overmuch lo  minimize what should bc presented a.s an irreducible  minimum. Lei us be ruled by facts. Ours is ;i genuine  claim, a just claim, and a claim when rightly presented lhal must appeal" lo everv enlightened conscience  in Canada. It would be mock modesty it* llie naked  truth.were not disclosed. "Where facts delermine Ihe  irreducible, il would be weak complacency no! to insist on our full claims.  "This brings us lo Ihe poinl of the present arliclc.  The G.W.V.A. nor all the war veterans by whatever  denomination lhcy may bc known, even if Ihey acl  together, arc sullicienl of themselves, and by themselves lo win this iigbl. Tbe governmcnl knows Ihis.  To bc victorious we'musl have lhc support of all the  forces in Canada that make for righteousness, justice,  and Ihe highest good of the community a.s a whole.  "To attract these forces lo our side: lo secure their  aid; lo inspire liiem by our spirit,: and; lo* direct tliem  bv our minds: we.-ourselves, musl. ..possess in overwhelming degree thai magnetism thai springs out of  the knowledge, lhc possession, and the cultivalion of  ideals of a  lofty kind. ,'**''  "To allow the public lo Ihink, or lo believe, lhal wc  nre agitating I'or pcronal ends; thai we are only another parly, amongsl other parlies, struggling to secure privileges and advantages, for ourselves; is lo  damn our cause al the slai'l.'  "Undoubtedly., we are seeking for persona] ends  and gains; but we arc seeking for tbem in no selfish  or mercenary spirit. O.urs is a genuine claim, founded upon specific facts, and the' consequence of its  acceptance or rejection go much further afield than  the individual personalities of lhc men on whose account it i.s made.  "In lhis case each man of us, if wc so regard ourselves, is our brother's keeper. For it is by ihe  united ? elVorls of all lhat Ihe material welfare, the  family comfort and happiness of our weaker and  broken and  less ellicient  comrades can be secured.  "The public must be made to feel this: al Ihe same  lime il musl be 'educated to the uoinl of seeing tbat  Ihe welfare, or ils opposite, of the soldier-citizen  means also llie welfare, or its opposite, of his dependents���������������������������mothers, wives and children.  "This is thc crux of Ihe whole question. In selllement   of   Ihe   returned   soldiers'   claim   the -interests,  PANY  VERNON, B .C".       BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  Canadian  Food  Control License No! 8-21018.  *ji* ���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������trf erair*  _-  present   and   future,   of  a   large,   important,   and   self-I world's   bailie,   convince 'our   Canadian   countrymen  sacriiicing seclion  of She conimunily  is at  slake,  and I thai jn  drilling for ourselves, wc arc-animated by as  not  merely  fhe  interests oi* a  limited  number of men j high ideals a.s ever."  who,  if ihey only were  concerned,  might  be  allowed j     .<-|r NVC {.;lIli  |!1CI1 mir cnils<;  is woll>     \y wc cannol,  'ji!' from  any cause due lo ourselves lhc public should  come   to   believe   lhal   we   are   self-seeking   privilege-  is,   "Can   wc   soldier ! hunting mercenaries,  wc shall  fail:  and shall .deserve  'to  fail.". -. ���������������������������   ' -  So sink  back' again  inlo  the'social  mass, where,  in  ���������������������������few years' lime ihey would cease to bc heard of.  "Tne  question   lb ere fore   now   i.s,   "Can   wc   soldier  citizens,   who   have   lough I    for   greal    ideals   in    Ihe  Swatters.     Poison Pads."  Fly Paper,'���������������������������jflat and  rolls.  Everything  to   help-you  make a clean job.  ulEEVES  ENDERBY  C F. 13. License No. 9-3409"  QU you havent tried our hams  and bacon you have not tried  the best  GEO.  II. SHArtPE  Wholesale and Retail Butcher  Enderby'  * './���������������������������'" ���������������������������?  i  MAT. HASSEN  Auctioneer and Livestock  Salesman ..*���������������������������;.._-  ARMSTRONG        B. C.  1  ���������������������������  ?  V  ? V  y  V  *  *  ���������������������������*���������������������������"��������������������������� :   WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF  :��������������������������� Which are always'fresh. V .     ..-.'  We have on hand several hundred potatoe sacks. ��������������������������� -  Aivanj-3-.Ti'jjJi!;3"h"i73 b3.?n   .mrh   to  .hiadle   your,  - apples,1 etc. .-���������������������������-*!  ���������������������������Teece <& Son,   Enderby  >o<  o<  ><������������������,  utos for  Experienced in handling general  repairing  All work guaranteed  Jas. McMahon & Son  V ernon Road Enderby  ���������������������������<ol  ������������������ 1 have    n   wide   acquaintance  ���������������������������1' amongst   buvcrs.      Consult    mc ������������������>  ,.. i * ���������������������������*���������������������������  ,*, when you war.t  to   hold   a   sale .*������������������  ���������������������������;* Also scud mc  particulars  of   iiv- *l!  '������������������' . . V  ���������������������������J4- surplus stock you wish lo   dispose y  ������������������ of. $  PHONE No. 34  WV*A*WVSK'VVVVVVVVVV%M?<  ������������������  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 M  . No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x0 .".:.. $25.00 per M  /      10-inch Slab Green Wood1" .." $2.50 per load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS,. Ltd. imwt  A name that stands for tlie best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel     ?;^URPHY       Enderby THURSDAY, 0CT.9, 1910.  OKANAGAN COMMONER  3  ONE CENT  ONEfCENT SAL  a Drug Store  The Plan  You pay the regu--  lar price for One  Article and then  we give you another of the Same  Article for  ���������������������������ne Cent  1 for $1.00  2 for $1.01  Drug Sion  day and Saturday, Oct. 16th, 17th and 18th  Example  Buy one bottle of  Rexall "93"  Hair Tonic at  the regular price  of $1.00 and we  will give yhxx another bottle for  One Cent  or   2 Sot $1.01  This ONE CENT SALE Plan was originated by the United Drug Company" for the Rexall Drug Stores. The United Drug Company are the  largest manufacturers and buyers of Toilet Articles, Remedies, Chocolates, Perfumes, Rubber Goods, Stationery, and Drug Sundries in the  world, and this is an advertising plan pure and simple, of which they bear most of the expense. Instead of spending money in the regular way,  such as Free Samples, etc., it is their desire that we place full sized packages, or articles, in your hands, giving you an opportunity to judge the  real value of these goods, the cost of which they .charge to advertising.'  We will only be permitted to run this sale occasionally. Beware of imitations in other stores, arid take advantage of this exceptional opportunity.  We can not afford to charge or deliver goods during this sate. . So please don't ask us to do it.   These prices do not include the War Tax.  =��������������������������� VimoDaue Conm������������������������������������=  2 HHITCP J���������������������������  L's>  Creams  60c  jars  Rexall  Cold  Cream  A favorite  1 cream  j  "everywhere  60C. per jar... 2/<"*.61  35c. jar Rexall        9 .     ���������������������������%/_  Cold Cream.. ^for*OD  25c. jar Rikcrs ���������������������������% . 9/5  Peroxide Cream Llor *������������������&  50c.   jar Bikers Disappearing  " Face Cream.... 2/or.51  50c. jar Paradis 9 , g������������������ |  Massage Cream  m* Jor *01  25c. bot. Rose Witch Hazel  Cream 2^or������������������26  25c bot. Viole* Witch JTazel  Cream ...7..T. 2^or*Z6  Trijit Wafers  Perfume  75q. fiottt*  potion  Aj_\<_$__*fj.?*h'_-  ing o4off  for th* \>*%b  anc|  after shaving  75^t pottW...,. 2'������������������r������������������76  75q. hots. Toilet Water, Bosc,  Violet or Lilac.'. 2S������������������rt7f)  75c. oz. Opt perfumes,  Carnation, Jtose, Crabapplc,  JJJlac, Jockey Club, Lily,  White Rose or Violet.  2 ozs. for J6  ������������������4*50 oz. of Ipomea, Vallo de  Flours, Paradis, Rose Bountiful, Lilac Bountiful, Bou-  quet Jlamee, Fascinette or  Violet Bountiful.  2 ozs-/������������������r J.51  Powders and  Puffs  25c. tins  Riker's   i  Corylopsis  Talcum  Powder  White or  flesh  25c. tbs .....\..2/<*.26  c  1.00 box   Bouquet   Ramee  Face Powder . 2/or1.0l  50c. boxes Violet Dulce Face  ' Powder \....... Z/or ���������������������������51  35c. Harmony Rose o,     *%r_  Face Powders.. ^Jor*OD  25c. Tins Baby       o -     ������������������\/%  Talcum  Powder A for ���������������������������*&  25c. tins Rexall  Violet Talcum.  r r  50c.    tins    Bouquet   Ramee  Talcum........ 2/or.5������������������l  25c. Harmony  ^      o .     a/������������������  '   Rose Talcum. S. &for<������������������R  15c. Velour        / o ,    'i/i  J   Powder p.uffs..,~ &f0TA 0  25c. Velour ' o .     f>/j  Powder Puffs. / &for**Kl  40c. Violet' PiiWw-     it  Rouge j������������������4J|uff.-4/5.^4  Odds a&4 Ends  35c. filbes  BEXAIX  TOOTH  PASTE  Cleans and  ���������������������������whitens  tha  teeth, prevents  decay and  Hwcetens the  breath.  li  35c* tubes..... 2/������������������rt36  25c. tins Pearl .       9 ,     9/j  Tooth Powder.". fe^ort4P  25c. Nail Brushes. 2/<"t26  25c. Band Brushes 2f������������������f������������������2y  35c. Band Brushes 2/or*3(t  40c. Hand Brushes 2/or������������������4l  50c. Hand Brushes 2/or.5J  Household Remedies  Rexall  Syrup of  Hypophot-  phites  is the best tonic  for"a tired, run-"  down 6ystem and  poor appetite."  $ 1 *00 bottles. 2f?r 1 .Ol  25c. boxes Rexall Dyspepsia  Tablets ������������������������������������������������������ 2f������������������r.26  50c. boxes Bexall Dyspepsia  ' Tablets........ 2/������������������%51  50c. tubes  Rexall ���������������������������%        jgf  Catarrh"Jelly... *f?r&l  25o.  tin   Carbolic n. m OC  .  Salve V fVorf<&0  $1.00   box   Rexall   Eczema  Ointment.... 2/orTtQJ  25c. pkt. fteaclacbe ������������������������������������      n������������������  powders >&f������������������r*&W  25e. bot. C0I4 Sore 9 , ��������������������������� 9*  Mion 4/ortfP  50c. boxes B������������������xaU ������������������.-   gi  Gastric Tablets. 6f0rtpf  75c, ho%,   JSavt de Quinine  ; flair Jowc...   '%S*H%  50c tins Bexali      9.     i������������������f  dealing Salve.. ������������������'ortPt  Overfills 4/ort45|t  75c. bot. Rexall      ������������������/rt_ 7 tt  r. |Jerve Reme4y. w^tfll  ������������������|c.|J0xes Stomach ������������������.    9/5  ^���������������������������������������������4-*4vw=?������������������lMMt*^  50c. box Blood  Tablets  Rexall93'  Hair  Tonic  will stop falling  hair, remove ������������������  dandruff, and  r - - prevent  bald heads.  $1.0Q bottles Zfor 1.01  d/   2for.Bl  ���������������������������     ���������������������������     ���������������������������     ���������������������������      ��������������������������� B^^ ^^^  r  25c. box Laxative' Bromide of  -' Quinine. Tablets 2/������������������r*26  . 50c.���������������������������  bot.   Thj'-mo-Dentaline  Mouth and   .   /Of._ CI  1    Tooth Wash.���������������������������.-&JorB<JI  50c bot. Syrup of 9 ,     c\  Figs ahd Senna.  4G^ort������������������l*  $}.00 /bot.    R.exall   JCidney  Remedy.,... 2'orJ*Ql  50e. box Rexall    * 9 .     g|  Sidney Pills ... */0%P*.  35c. bot. Jayne's     9 .   " ������������������|������������������  ^czema totion. 45-'ort������������������fv  $J.0Q  bot.   Jayne's   Fczenja  potion..v.'.. 2/������������������rJt01  25o. boxes JRexall    ������������������..    9/5  Grippe Pills..., 4^ptfP  50c. jars. Mentha- 9. ��������������������������� mm  |ine Balm lf<>r&\  25c. boxes Bexall.������������������.    n|9  -Neuralgia Tabs. 4J������������������rt������������������P  '$^.00 ?iot. Rexall Bbeumatic  L_Bemedy_-,^._2/������������������lUQjL.  Drugs  Peroxide  of  Hydrogen  should be in every  home for Cuts,  Scratches, Sore  Throat, or wherever  an antiseptic is  needed.  20c. bots Peroxide 2/������������������������������������'e21  25c.. bots. Peroxide 2/or.26  40c. bots. Peroxide 2 for .41  65c. bots; Peroxide 2/or.v8  25c. pkg. Aspirin r*m       ������������������>C  .Tablets  &f������������������r*6V  ,25c. bot.   Aloin,. Belladonna  and.Cascara ������������������������������������������������������"      ������������������$'-     0/5  Tablets.. A/or;.40  25c. bot. (X00)    .    f%       ������������������/������������������  BJaud's Iron Pills A^or ���������������������������40  50c. bot. (100) Blaud's Laxa-J  . tive Tablets.... * 2for #5 } .  50c! bot. XlOqV Cascara Tab-  Jlets, 3grs.,.:,." 2/������������������r't5 J  50c. tot. .Cascara .0r ��������������������������� fit  - ^ablets, 5 p_... Mor- tP f  Soaps  25c. cake*  Hoxa\]  Me4icatec|  Skin Soap  25Ct cakes:..... 2/������������������r.26  25c. cakes ^lenzo Tar Sham-   poo Soai>_. Zfor������������������4p  50c.   cakes  Bouquet   Bamee  Toilet Soap.... 2/������������������r������������������5J  Statioher^  . 50c boxes .  Tangara  Fabric  Linen  Stationery  White and tints  , with delicate  colored borders.  SOC. boms..... "2for,  35c. boxes   Kirkwood   Linen  Stationery.....'' 2/������������������r.36  35c. boxes Kalmat n        off,  ������������������   Linen Stationery 4/or*JD  ^ __s. ' (^l "*  10c. Writing Pads, 9 -     -j |  plain or ruled.. m*'.or������������������f_&  2 for .16  15c. Culture Linen  Writing Pads .-J: i  25c. Culture Linen  V-v*'4-'**"?!  WritmgPads  /or.  for,  nen ������������������ .  10c. pk. t-inen        o -  Envelopes ..... ������������������' ������������������  15c; pk. Xiinen "'    , 9 .  Envelopes ..../. ���������������������������w-'0  10c. pjs Business--ff.*ys.  Envelopes .....,������������������'0:  15c. pic. Business    9 *  . uJ^Invelopes ... J,. -������������������*J������������������  10c^ pk. Blue Lined 9 .     ||'  Envelopes ..... &i������������������7?*b\\  10c. bottles Ink. .> 2(or .1,1  15c.bottlesfnk... 2for��������������������������� 16  15c. bots. fountain 9.  jpen Ink........ **f������������������.  15c.  tubes  Photo 1% .     f fi  Paste  4-f������������������r4vl.  10c. bots. Paste     o .     "if  witb Brush  &Jor*ll  "j-  '! - -".6  ���������������������������4S  Ki  '"-"'  --cl  A. R������������������PVPS  m  CHAUTAUQUA FESTIVAL  Closing Day a Real Climax to  a Festival of Excellent Music  and Educational Lectures.  The closing day of Armstrong's  Jirst Chautauqua made increasingly  evident the popularity of thc festi-  tival. The quality of the addresses  and of the music-rendered on the  first two days had paved .the way  for a real climax on "the third day.  Even without such it prelude the  program of the third du.\u would  have drawn a good crowd. The  feature of the day was Ihe music  furnished by the Craven Concert  Company, composed of Mr. Craven  and his four daughters. This company provided the prelude lo the  lecture of lhe afternoon and furnished   the    entire    program   in   Ihe  Sftexaii  evening. The best commentary.on  their entertainment is to say that  the evening audience filled all  available space and the street outside was packed dense with automobiles. .  Those who had anticipated a return of fhe half-coquettish naivete  which made the Venetian Trio so  attractive were disappointed, fpr  no two Chautauqua programs were  alike.     The   Craven   family   arc   a  company in love with Iheir art and  swing from one number to another  so rapidly that the hearty applause  of the audience seemed inconvenient and morc than once the  new number was well under way  before the applause had subsided.  The variety of instruments used,  the perfect mastery of them, the  wonderful harmonics, thc splendid  orchestra music, combined ���������������������������\vilh  thc rare blend of a ladies' quartette,  and elocution work.of real quality,  held the audience so delighted that  the hour and a half's, program  seemed all'too short.  The afternoon lecture was hy  Ciipt. Wood Briggs of Texas, who  took a.s .his subject: "Playing the  Game." He dealt with the equipment of the individual for the  crisis of the present epoch. The  task of reconstruction required thc  development   of  mental-and   moral  >asis or foun-  or industrial  substratum of  muscle, and llie only  dation for national  development was the  the spiritual.    At the conclusion of  his address Capt. Briggs referred  to lhe present goodwill existing between thc United States and Canada and to his own pleasure in discovering Canada, lie believed the  two countries were going to become   much   bctler   acquainted. OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT.9, 1919.  Are You Prepare  li' not, consult us in regard lo your   healing   requirements.  We* have a large stock ol' heating    stoves,    bought    direct  from the manufacturers and can give you llie lowest price.  Do you want your old furnace overhauled, or a new one  installed? &  Or your old heating slovc relincd?        < .  Consult lis.  We sell McClary's Famous Stoves and Ranges.  Four-hole  Koolenays,  $8-1.00.  Six-hole .Carry High-closel  Reservoir   and   While   Enamel  finish, price only $89.00.  Set lip'in your home, no mailer whether il is in lown or in  the country-  Thc value given in  these ranges   cannol   be   surpassed   by  any catalogue house in Canada, laid-down cosl considered.  HARNESS���������������������������  We will have a slock of Harness and  Harness Accessories,  in this week and will in future  represent   lhe  Great  Wesl  Saddlery Co. in  this District.  BUILDING MATERIALS���������������������������  Windows, Sash and Doors a I Factory Prices.  Window Glass. Lime. Cement and  Plaster.  Paints, Oil and Varnishes.  Congoleum Rugs, $18.00. $20.00 and $22.f>0.  Eel lol. 90c per square yard.  Genuine Linoleum only $1.(55 per square yard-  A large, assortment of Patterns now jn slock.  Vf fes- sr * c tr  *r sr tJ- t*r fcr' fcr fcr fcr  Jt   Jt   Jt   Jt   Jt   Jt   Jt   j*   ji i^ ,���������������������������, Zt   3^  ���������������������������****  MARA NEWS  wr  fcr   fcr   fcr   fcr   fcr   fc-   fcr  fcs.  -���������������������������-  ������������������r  Jt  j������������������������������������ jS  Jt  jt Jt  Jt  it jt  5������������������������������������ ������������������ jt  Jt  Jt  it  Jt  it  *tr   fcr   fcr   fcr   fcr   *wr   fcr  Mail vour orders to us.  F  Enderby, B. C.  W. J. Wood's Stock  Taken Over By  Duncan  Having bought the  stock of W. J. Woods  and added a delivery  and phone service^ we  are now prepared to  give you the best service  Miss Cutler canie up from Sicamous. for a brief visit lo her parentsJ  last week.  Jas. Bell'left for the Prairie last  Saturday lo pick up ��������������������������� some'* horses  Tor himself and others.   . "  sr   -  JS  ��������������������������� Miss Moser arrived on-Monday on  a two-weeks' .vacation. Her .many  friends: were pleased to greet her.'  She is on the slaff of lhe C. P. 'H. al  Mope. ���������������������������-"..'       J*V-V.V:'  St'  JMr. Cullen, who recently bough!  Mrs. JMoser's 'lO-acrc farm adjoining the Bell ranch, arrived wilh his  wife and family and household af-  fecls, and is now busy getting  tilings inlo shape I'or work.__  js  We wonder whal has become of  the much-boasted "farmers' organization, and if lhere is any intention  of going ahead wilh il? Now is the  lime lo do il. The Institute seems  dead: perhaps this will be some improvement.  -A  J.   Cadden    lel'l    on   Sunday    for  Calgary wherc he i.s interested in a  law suit wilh the C. N. M. for damages in an accident which occ'ured,  to him while working for lhe railway company at Saskatoon last  winter.  sr  JS  The four big game hunters came  home on Saturday, hairy and sunburnt. And lo hear our genial  storekeeper's glowing account of  the counlry and its big game, we  may expect, from the tracks he saw  Ilia I when he goes again somelhhu  more substantial will be forth  coming.  sr  *^ -  Tlie people were shocked lo hear  last Saturday thai Mrs. John' Ferguson had passed away at Mcvelstoke  w lie re she was slaying willi her  daughter. Mr. Ferguson recently  sold his place here and Mrs. Ferguson had gone lo her daughter's  about ten days before lo stay until  arrangements were completed I'or a  property near Okanagan Landing.  Mr. Ferguson was al lhe Landing  when lhe sad news came. He left  I'or Hcvelsloke on Saturday. - Much  sympathy is fell for lhe husband  and children, for they had made  many friends during their residence "here, and" alttiough she was  at limes subject lo sudden periods  of sickness, it was ciuileVi shock lo  Ihe community lo learn of Jier  death. " ���������������������������  500 Samples to choose from?...  20th Century and Semi-Tailored Brands  from $32.00 to $80.00  from  $30.00 to $70.  SATIFACTION  GUARANTEED.   a - -. -   Drop in and  inspect our New Fall Hats,  Caps and Rubberized Tweed  Rain Coats.  Enderby Supply Co;  2c a word first insertion, lu a word esicli insertion thereafter: 25c minimum chai-Ke; 10c extra  where cash does not accompany order.  FOP, SALE���������������������������The property of-the  late George Brown, .Mara I'oad.  one mile from-" lin derby, consisting of 7 3-1 acres, cleared, house  and outbuildings, root house.  .Contents of house I'or sale and  all tools, cow. chickens, 3 Ions of  hay. 8 cords of wood, 18 inches  splil. I^'erything musl be sold.  Easy terms. Apply on   prcmises.2  Coal Prices Lowered  Un nerved fiala by Public M'nn  Of furniture, farm Implements, Poultry, Cattle and Horses  Jl am instructed by Mr. F. W. Collin, who has sold his ranch,   to  soil  by Public Auction on tho promises i half miJo north of  ' Enderby on the Mara. "Road, on  Thursday 16ft, October, at 1.15 p.m., Fast Time  Household Effects Consists of  Oak Dining Room Suite, Lounges, Side board, Clocks. Heater.  McClary Kootenay range. JBedsteadc. Ostermoor MattTesses. Dressing  .-tables,-\V?tsh-st,Mnds/-Lanips,-Chairs,.EJagst_Books,.Maps.���������������������������Curtains.  Matting. Crockery, Fruit jars, Wringer, Wash boiler nnd tubs. Food  grinders, Small platform scales. Meat safe, etc.  Double barrel shot gun, Winchester -10-0(5. 22 rifle. 0 pairs of canaries  in cashes.  Outside Effects Consists of  New Sharpies, No. 4 cream separator. Milk utensils, Cream cans and  churn, Lawn mower. Iron Age seeder and cultivator. Saddle and  bridle' Orchard sprayer. Hand Seeder, Carpenter's tools, Grindstone  Logging chains, tools, Whipplotrccs. Neckyokes, Priming knives, hay  knife." Saws. Scythes. Cutter, Belis, Oarr. Light farm wagon wilh  pole and shafts. Disc, McCormick mower. .10ft. Massey-Harris rake,  Lever harrows. Wheelbarrow. Sot driving harness. 2 sets heavy  double driving harness, Farm tools. IStc  Tlie livestock Consists of  2 aged mares, weight about 1.000 lbs. each, 2 yr. old registered Jersey  BuFi Jack-o-Pino Grove.(whoso Dam was 1st in her class 1010 Arm.  strong fair, champion over all Jersey females and Grand champion'  registered female over all breeds). 3 yr. old grade Jersey cow freshened 1th Sept. H yr. old grade Jersey cow. due Oct. JhStli. 3 yr. old  JlOth Oct. 8 v.*. old grade jersey cow, due Oct. 20th. These cows gave  returns of #80.00 ii/one month from Creamery after milking six  months and all bred to above bull. 2 strong 2 yr. old steers. 1  yearling steer. 2 Jersey heifer calves. 2 -dozen liens. 8 white  African guinea fowl. "Pure bred imported collie 18 months old.  O ��������������������������� . ��������������������������� *  At close of sale I will offer at the time and place, a   nice   bunch  of stock for Mr Harrop, (who has rented his farm) as follows:  Grade Jersey cow 3 fknr? old, fresh. Grade Jersey cow o years old,  due Oth October. Grade Holstein. cow 4 years old, due November-  Grade Shorthorn cow 5 years old, due 20th October. Grade Shorthorn cow S years old, due in December; Grade Shorthorn cow.  2 years old, due December.    4-. yearling heifers.    1 yearling steer  13 livers will f'm-1 a tvpey lot of stork when thcy come to -"this sale.      livery assist  "ance will be given to parties who have to ship stock purchased tit the sale  Mr." H. .1.' Fletcher rclurned from  Alberla points lasl Friday, where  he wcnl lo look into lhe coal siln  alien. Early buyers' of coal paid  as high as $15 or $1(5' per Ion .I'or  il, and il was predicted lhal Iho  price would he slill higher a.s winler approached. This led many lo  dispose of their coal sieves ancl to  subslitule wood burners. Mr.-  Flutchc'r discovered, however, lhal  this report was nol true, and he  was able lo arrange I'or a steady  supply of coal al lasl year's prices.  A carload was shipped I'oi  while he was al lhe mine.  THE SALE AT  * will  be held  lober.    V. Vv.  THE BROOK FARM  on lhe Kilh of Oc-  Collin. Enderbv. Id  -OR SALE���������������������������Geo. B. Johns Ion's 1 fiacre home on Mara Road, one  mile from Enderby: ��������������������������� also horse,  dog carl, sel- English harness,  culler, S household  plows and implements.   Applv on  premises.  I'urn i I lire,  "Jriplv i  '30-2e  FALL PASTURE lo rcnl   for stock.  ���������������������������    Applv I). L. Walkins. Thc Birches  Enderbv '     - 30-1 c  AV ANTED���������������������������A reliable 'active man lo  conlracl i'or lhe exclusive local  .selling agency of' a well-advertised'-*" patented article. Small  capital     required    .lo.    establish  - proJilablo " business.1    Reply,1- P.O.  .   Box 1271. Victoria," 13.C.        31-3e  Three hundred cords, or less  quantities, of four-fool wood, cul  green and properly sawn-and splil;  mostly lir: no collonwood, poplar  or small round limbs; delivered,  piled jn briele y-ju:d. Lowest or any  lender nol necessarily accepted.  ENDEHBY BRICK & TIL!-: CO.  Navigable  Waters  Proleciion  Act  R.   S.   C.   Chapter   US,  WANTED���������������������������A   four-   or   six-horsepower  Pcllon-^waler-wheel.' Stale  ' price   aud    condition.' . Address.  XV..    OUanagaiV   Commoner,    Enderby, ' ' '    32-2  him  CARD OF THANKS  We desire lo lhank all friends  for Iheir kind assistance and warm  sympathy in this our hour of .affliction and sorrow in' our great  loss of a loving father and husband.  Mas. N.  Sim Ann &  Familv  "The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  begs lo announce thai ils slock of  brick is now gelling low, 'and in  order lo avoid disappointment,  would ask would-be patrons lo pul  in Iheir "orders a.s soon a.s possible.  Auction   Sale  of  Timber   Berth  Covering Dominion Lands.  TERMS CASH  MAT, HASSEN,  Auctioneer,        Armstrong  The right lo cul timber under license on'berth No. a7."5, comprising  tbe following binds in Ibc -province  of Brilish Columbia will bc oll'ered  al public .auction' al lhe.. tipscl price  of .^1,500, "at* 2 o'clock .p.m., on  Wednesday, llie , 17th December  nexl, at lhe ollice of the Dominion  Timber Agcnl at Kamloops:  Timber'Berth No. n7:"> situate in  lhe province of Brilish Columbia,  and .comprising seclion 11, and lhal  portion of seclion 13 nol covered  by limber berth No. 238, block f>,  iii township 18,; range 8, west of  lhe (>lh meridian, /containing- an  area Of 1.95 square miles, more or  less. '.;'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������".  A license will nol be .issued until  lhe full amount of lhe purchase  price and the ground rental--for lhe  firsl year have been paid.  The conditions, of payment, rale  of i-enlal, elc., are contained Jn' lhe  Timber Regulations, a copy of  which may be secured on application lo lhe undersigned, or to the  Crown Timber Agent at Kamloops.  13.  L.  YORK,  Controller.  Timber and Grazing Lands .Branch,  Department      of      the      Inlcrior,  Ottawa, September IS, 1919.  NURSERY STOCK���������������������������! am now'hiking orders for fall-lo-spring deliverv of a full line of nursery  stock. J-f. A. Allison, Armslrong;  representing Layrilz Nurseries,  Victoria, B. C. '" 31-1 f  FOR SALE���������������������������Foiir-sealed buggy;  good as new. Apply, V. A. Whit-  siker." - - -.     .     31-IT  Farmer's Supply  Store  ���������������������������MARA7-B���������������������������C7   Special sale for this month  of Groceries, Feed and  Flour, Dry Goods.  The .Minister of Public Works* of  the (Iovernnienl of i lie-Pro vince of  Brilish Columbia hereby gives  notice lhat hc has, under Section  7 of lhe sail Acl, dcposilcd-with the  Minister of Public Works and lhe  Minisier of lhc rnlcrior al Ottawa  and.^im lhe ollice of thc District  Registrar of-'the Land Registry-District al Kamloops, li. C..\a description .o'f the silc and ihe plan of  proposed, new bridge over the  Shuswap..'River at  Enderby,   BJC  "Take .nolicc lhat after lhc expiration of one month from lhc date  of the lirsl publication of lhis notice lhc .Minisier of Public Works  of the Government of thc Province  of British' Columbia will,, under  Section 7 of the said Act. apply to  lhc' Minister of Public Works and  lhc Minisier of lhe interior at lhcir  ollicer in the Cily of Ottawa, for  approval of the said site and plans,  and I'or leave lo construct thc said  bridge.  Dated at-Victoria. 13.CJ, this olh  day bf September, 1019.- -  '     "'"A.  E. FOREMAN, ���������������������������"  Public  Works  Engineer.  Department    of    Public    Works,  Victoria, 13. C." ��������������������������� si8-1  Jas, Pickson  REAL   ESTATE   INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT      ���������������������������\  MEET ME TO-NIGHT AT  LEONARD'S BILLIARD  PARLOR  Cigars, Cigarettes, Etc.",  Pipes ahd Pipe Tobaccocs-  II. SI'KIJHS  W.M.  AM. &AJNfc  -Enderby   Loiljrc" ' No. "'10 '  Regulsir '    meetings r  first /"  Thursday on or.after'the:  full moonlit S i>. m. in *Ma-"c  ponic'    Hall.'       . Visit'niR .  brethren cordially  invited  V"    C. II. KEEVKS  Secretary  S������������������"  ENDERBY ,LOPGE  . "."No. 3f)J K.of P.     "���������������������������   "   -  Meets 2nd &>lth   Monday eve  in Masonic Hull.    VisTtorscor-  dinlly'invilcd to'atlend.        -    -  CIiO. K. SUAKPli C. C  II. M. WALKER. K. K. S  R. .T. COLTART. M.F.  CITY OF ENDEHBYV  Compilation   of  Voters'   List,  ._-    Year  1920 "     -  Bell Block  Enderbv  N. Pavlos,  Mara  Palace Livery  Eel. Sparrow, i������������������rop.  II' voir-wnnt n good driver, Ave  luivc it. All kinds of light and  hcuvy draying. Team Avork of  all kinds.." Harness repaired.  Vernon Road  Eijdcrby  PAINT VOUR  OUTBUILDING  Now is lhe.time, before winter sets  in.    Try our price.  Box  '13 Enderby, B.C.  C. G. PIPER  'Box 43  Enderby  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk.  Enderby, B.C.  .NOTICE   is   hereby   jJ(iven    that,"  under  lhe  provisions of the  Municipal' Elections   Act,   Householders",  and    License   Holders   desiring   'lo ;  have- their   names   placed, on   the";  Volers'  List   for the year' 1020 are  required  lo  make  a" statutory declaration r> of    qualification,^  which  declaration   must   be   delivered   to  lhc*=:=clerlc==70'lliii=lb'c*^=i'iiiiiiiieiiy'alil>r=  wilhin  'two  days  after  it   is  made,  and  nol  later than f>  (five)  o'clock  in Ihe afternoon oi" the 31st dav of  Oclober, 1919.  Form  of  declaration  can  be obtained al the Cilv Hall.  Dated,  October  2nd,  1910.  CRAJHAM    JiOSOTuAN,  Cily Clerk.  'Tive Roses  Arrived.  E. B. DILL  Men's Wear Groceries Enderby, B. C.  Canadian Food Control   License No. 8-17170.  =jC

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