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 /'  stS  'O, V S  I.;  ^i  ���������������������������Vol. 13, No. 26, Whole No. 622.  '������������������'���������������������������  ENDERBY, ii. D., TKLM3DAY, SEPT. 4, 1919  Enderby District News  p  $  I'V  For Quick Readin;  Mr. Geo. Folkard is on a visit  to Revelstoke.  X  Mi������������������s   Beattie   returned   from  Kamloops Ibis week.  sr  rs  Thos. C McKav is teaching  school at Woods' Lake  sr  rs  Miss P. D. Faulkner returned  from the coasl on Monday.  ic  Pf"'1" Dow lel'l on Mondav  to finish bis course a I Normal.  sr  rs  Mr. l">o"-d<l Rogers left for his  home in Minneanolis Ihis week.  sr. -  rs  Mi v.   r.-'rlson    is   |:>kiiu>" Ihe  . school mI Grand View Rench for  another term.  X  Mr.   .1.   !,.   Rullan . and    son,  Percv.   returned   from   Vanderhoof Ibis week.  sr  r-  Mis-, ^'-"neda Oakes has taken  lhe. s"bo"l at Okanagan Mission  for the ensuing term.  Mi*--- 1 ^uiso Por-id's lel'l on  ^���������������������������aturd1'-' I'or Victoria lo resiune.  her studies at Normal School.  Mb'" ?T,iud Rurvham lel'l on  c-r������������������ti!������������������*"''.i-": I'or Forme lo resume  tir>r fX.'*'���������������������������-- on lhc leaching stall'  in that city.  Pott,   froM.dii    and   passenger  '���������������������������"���������������������������ilYi'* '--  'be Ok:,M:i'.*an brnn'h  is   c**-~������������������-''onally   heavy   at   the  * present lime.  sr  rs i-        i  M������������������/"   ^'���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������lson.    o<"   Midway,  ),~c.   t--'-n������������������i    \hn   t-Qoin    in   F^OrtllllC  school'n'-^sitled ,over lasl' term  bv Miss Allen.  sr  .s  Mr. -A .!. tler.'*������������������oroiicli is spend-  ��������������������������� '"������������������*! ;i  ���������������������������'"'" week'** /���������������������������'������������������~a|ion with  i,:.��������������������������� |,^^!i,0������������������. itl F"flo!"iv.    ITf 's  to be ������������������.ii"nd_Mi.a.few days by his  brother, R.-C.  ���������������������������        '    r*  Mr. Williams,* H' lhc Rank of  v-Mont*":*1 ������������������������������������j������������������n\ ;who was.seycrc-  .lyiri.jnrcd  in  a   motor ncVide*>l  ro.vcr:*������������������!.'"'���������������������������"'"'ks aj������������������n. was lak'.yi.lo  "���������������������������'the "coasl for treatment.on Monday.   "'���������������������������'���������������������������".       Q' '    -   s  '  ���������������������������,' :    -���������������������������������������������"'.-,        o  'Pr"' ,:sls for lhe Armstrong  Fall .F'->'"r ,'���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������*-' now r'culv I'or. in-  toivljiT*. ovhihjfpvS#    Tonics may  ho had ,;f II-o ollice n-\ (he Com-  ; monf-'  Fnderby. "r bv addressing    Secretary 'Hasscn, , Armslrong-  IVfr. P Wbiileii Mini Mi:: A- f).  G|en. returned soldiers,-w?:6 re-  ecntjv |oo|v up lhc valuable  acreage ^fiowH/US Uie Cook  place. Po|son's addition lo Enderby. hn\c b'ujltV additions lo  Ibc. rcsidencesVbtV llie properly,  aw|"--������������������"���������������������������" mpijlK gelling their  JawJ inlo shape for next season.  resorted lo to save the Waby  farm and Deep Creek proper,  thc fire-lighters being stationed  along Loon Lake road and  across thc Lonski homestead  hil! lo Loon Lake.  Mr. Bell has worked ���������������������������wilhoul  sparing himself, going from one  poinl of his big ctistrict lo anolhcr, and wilh his courteous  authority gelling his work done  promptly and well.  sr  rs  Mr. S. E. Gilford had some  hard fighting to keep his buildings, as lhe lire swept around  him on lhree sides. However,  only a chicken house was burn I.  Mr. Gilford and lillle girl havc  now returned lo lhcir home  from Mrs- Robson's, wncrc Ihey  stayed during lhe. lire.  Messrs. Chapman, Brown and  Louis Anderson were ail threatened. Continuous fighting and  nalrolling wenVon at tlie Brown  homestead near Loon Lake.  SLOW GOING  Construction Work on Kamloops to Kelowna Line of ������������������i'.������������������s  C. N. R. Not Progressing with  Any Speed.  5r   *r   \.r  x        GRINDROD NOTES  tr  **r kf  *r fcr *r  *r  tr fcr hr  if m+ v  *r  *>r *r %#  $m   sb,   M*t   trm  sb,  _���������������������������.  .#���������������������������%   s%  *m   ***   *���������������������������*  4H   j*%   ������������������*%   ������������������%  *%   mm  Mr. Mall, of Solsqua, was in  Grindrod on business lasl week.  sr  rs  Mr. G. Williams lel'l I his .week  for Uk* Prairie, lo bc absent  some lime.  ���������������������������*'���������������������������  Miss Melon Monk has gone lo  Revelstoke to visil friends for a  short time.  sr  Miss B- Bonn arrived tliis  week lo lake up her duties as  school teacher. .. t-v  sr '*-'  Mr. CS. S. Handcock and lam-  >.lv rclurned from Iheir camp at  Mara lake last week.  tr  Mrs.   LaVsnn     Slroulgcr   returned  irom ^Vernon  lasl week,  w.b.cre  davs. .  she" was  staving a-.few  Mr- W. .1. Bladon and family  relurncd from Iheir-Vioiidays qx\.  Sicamous Lake. Thev report  having an, excellent time, bul  lhc heavy smoke made-it. somewhat  inconvenient- I'or boating.  sr  . **  The fires thai have becn burning in (his vicinilv lhe pastlwo.  weeks arc -now completely under control.-VThc recent shower  dampened lhc underbrush suf-  ficientlv. lo prevent Ihem from  snrcading,, while lhc smaller  fires were completely pul oul.  it x x x it it x, it x it x sc it a x  X     MARA NEWS NOTES     X  :r   sr   ������������������.r vr sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr. sr  <��������������������������� *s *��������������������������������������������� rs   ** ������������������i *������������������ rs   *", r>  rs   rs   is   r.   ���������������������������������������������������������������  Sid Neal 'eame in on Salurdav  from -K'amloo'ns.  it  Miss 'Sv/ann, senior, and Miss:  J,asl    rridav:"':dlernoon    lhe      Miss-Mvanii, senior, nnu miss  A| boll building, at Mube| Luke Mulr.c. jumor   cachers, cam - in  across Ibc��������������������������� rive? from the wore-,���������������������������   Monday's   Iram   lo -prepare  houso.   caught   firc    from    the lor the school opening.  burning embers of lhe bush fire      Thc  rjlill  0   " Sunday  was  a  hous  burning embers of ihe bush fire  ^lnclt_hndjM;nJj)la^ng.iJI^'j������������������d  ||ie bouse for.two weeks, and in  ]ialf .',M hour 11'������������������ b"ilding was a  smouldering ash bed. II was  not occupied..Mr. !,nd Mrs. Abbot! ."d familv having moved  jo Armstrong some months ago.  Sunday  was   a  and��������������������������� .while _.at.  b  X ������������������  X    p^p CHEEElv NEWS    ������������������  x  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  IStr. and Mrs. rcterscn and  children are living at lhc Dondoneau ranch until all danger  from lire,is passed.  Mr. and Mrs. Hvam and babv  ie rain op  welcoine. relief  lhis end of lhc Val lev il was  nol heavy, il was sullicienl lo  clear Ihe air and prc-.c-iil lurlhcr  spread of the lires.  sr  Serg!. Will Aliicr. who arrived from .overseas lasl week,  lias be.cn seeking out old friends  and receiving congratulatory op.  his safe return and fine appearance. Wc understand il is his  intention aflcr a short h didav  to relurn to his old job, marine  engineer on   Ihe s.s.  Okanagan.  tt  The Olson traclor hauling Ihe  hay press has gouged out. the  roads on some of lhe small hills  in this, dislrict and left them in  intending to move to thc home  stead when all clanger was  nassed. However, hc is now  looking around in this district  before deciding -where to settle.  x'r  The bush fires arc not active  at present. The rain of Sunday  was welcomed by all in the fire  zone. An enormous amount-of  damage has been done. The fire  swept over A. Andersen's ranch  and threatened his buildings  and hav for many hours- Next  the Robson-Seymour ranch was  menaced by the fire backing up  against the wind. It continued  to press this ranch from 6.30  one evening until 3 o'clock thc  next  day,  and back-firing was  slicks and slon.es used lo block  lhc tractor.  Denies Statement  Edilor Commoner: Dear Sir:  , Il has come to,..my knowledge that certain ..persons, huve  said lhal lhe fire wliich::?.larlcd  on the "Walrous place, ;<Glen  Mary," was lit by.me. I hereby  deny the statement, and havc  asked the Dominion Land Office  to fully investigate tlie matter,  and find out, if possible, the  cause of thc fire- I havc taken  up the Walrous homestead as a  returned  soldier's  grant.  Yours truly, Geo. A. Bucknell  Unless heller speed is made in  lhe construction of lhc Okanagan branch of thc Canada National Railway, it will bc three  ycars in building. Progress has  been slow, "bul gratifying considering thc labor shortage'and  thc scarcity of horses, and the  paucity of n.en to work"  ll is said of these railway  camps in lhc Okanagan as used  lo be said in connection wilh Iho  construction of the big C. P. R.  tunnel on the mainline. The}'  have three gang's on lhe job: one  coming lo camp,' one going  from 'camp, and one al camp  working. - /  The camp of Col. J. B. L. MacDonald, at Vernon, that of McLcod Bros, between Wood's1  Lake and Ducks, thai of Rankin  Bros, lhis way, all arc haying  dillicully -in gelling men, who,  lhc conlraclors say, are not inclined lo work in lhc fine weather of the Okanagan.  At Vernon, Glenemma and,  Ducks, J. E- MacKenzie has es-:  lablishcd plants for the mnnu-J,  fa dure; of concrete pipe for use  oii culverts, and hc is also doing  lhe, concrete work al Robins  Creek, where an eight-fool pipe  400 feel long is being pul in.  "Major Swan, lhc resident engineer in charge, slates lo lhe  Kelowna Courier lhal, laking  inlo consideration''the difficulty  of securing men, :lhe work is  progressing well. Morc especially does this.apply lo lhc northern seclion. . The. men are  charged $1.20 a day for lhcir  board, but thc cosl of tbis lo lhe  con tractors is $1.75, so4hc men  arc being well fed.  Complain I is made by somc  of lhe men lhat, while a 2-cenl  stamp is not big enough to  break Ihem, thcy object having'  to put il on the pay checks issued tp them, and lhcy* ask-if j  lhis being, a''Governmcnl road",  Ihe builders do not have lo coiiir  ply wilh- thc war lax law and  can issue bank cheques wilhouI  allixing lhc war siamp-of 2c. '  A NIGHT OF JAZZ  Enderby Dancers Enjoy a Rare  Treat in the Elmer's Original  Jazz  Dance Orchestra.  NOTICE  Returned  Soldiers'  Meeting on  Friday Evening, Sept- 5th  ������������������������������������������������������J   There will be'a. mccling held iii  thc Cily Hall, Friday, Sept. 5lh,  af 8 o'clock, for the purpose of  electing ollicers.for thc newly  organized G. W. V. A. branch, in  Enderby. Ad .returned men arc  cordially invited.  VM jj. * Funk, Act. Sec.  VI.  Undoubtedly had the dancers  of Enderby districl knwn the  character of thc aggregation of  musicians constituting" Elmer's  Jazz Band and peerless dance  orchestra, the thealrc would  havc bcen -crowded Tuesday  night. Unfortunately the excellence of lhis orchestra was  nol known, and the attendance  at the dance given was small.  Bul those present enjoyed to lhe  full lhe entertainment and went  away enthusiastic in their praise  of the entertainers. To play jazz  music correctly and make ii acceptable lo Uil trained or untrained ear requires* artists, and  lhis. fun-making orchestra certainly is made up of high-priced  men���������������������������young musicians, each a  master in his line. They do morc  than play the finest music for  dancing���������������������������lhcy cntcrlain���������������������������lhcy  make fun for dancers and fun  for onlookers, and lhcy themselves have fun oul of their fun-  making. Tuesday night's cn-  lerlainnicnl. was distinctly out  of .lhcJ ordinary, ll was. more  lhan "aJ-'"dance. It was a jazz  night- '/���������������������������   ''  fl is!thc.intention of lhis musical organization of clean fun-  makers to cover . lhc interior  towns every monlh or Iwo. This  lour is lhe first Ihey havc made.  When-Ihcy come back thcy will  bc belter patronized. They arc  artisls.J Thcy cnlcrlain.in a jazz  way, if you know whal that  means. And if you don'l know  you will be there when lliey  come again lo find out.  ^ Wc clo nol know whether jazz  music takes us back or carries  us forward. Bul il (Toes make  one-want lo fox Irot. And if  you can'l fox Irot yourself, it  makes you  enjoy" seeing others  and 'the.musicians1 do it.  <?~~     SdbscriDlion, $2.00 Per" vear: 5c the conv  Enderby Plays Tie  with Vancouver Team  Fair Fair Ball  .TheVAvalon Theatre will'give  a.grand ball on Thursday nighl,  Sept.-25lh, life second _dny of lhc  Fall" Fair in Armstrong. Get  ready for lhe big ball as it will  be" one of ' lhc main events.  There.will also be motion pic-  lures on the. 2flib and.25lh,  showing lhc splendid spectacle,  "The Delicious Lillle Devil,"  wilh Max Murry featured; also  an uproaring comedy. Rcmcm1  ber, and keep these dales open.  Enderby's champions went up  against some hard luck this week.  They were defeated twice in one  day���������������������������and on the home grounds  too. But they had the satisfaction of meeting the baseball-  lacrosse team of Vancouver at  Armstrong' and breaking even in  a six-inning game which was  characterized in spots by some  very sharp play.n  Their defeats came Labor Day.  In the morning the Okanagan  Sawmill's team beat them by a  score so one-sided it looks better  not to put in cold type. They  played ragged ball.  In the afternoon in a 10-inning  game with the team from Chase  they gave the game, away by  switching from baseball to marbles���������������������������or something between. It  was a good game���������������������������said to be the  best of the season. The game  stood 6-6 at the end of the ninth  Then with...two men out, th*.  switch came. They had a runn* r  between 2nd and 3rd and bunched to catch himV An overthrow  and the game was lost.  At Armstrong Wednesday in  the pilfeence of a strongly sym-  pathe������������������ field they met the Van-  couve-Bteani, Here they, showed  up faifly well against the Coast  Players, but lacked the., "pep"  shown by the visitors. At the  end of the sixth inning the game  was cancelled owing to darkness,  with the sOore standing 4-4.  *      MABEL LAKE NEWS  VANCOUVER WINS  .'/-  Things We Want to Know  Mr. John Pringle, formcrl of  Armslrong,c"amc in from Standard, Alia., last Friday and  spent a few days renewing acquaintances. ;  - - -' ---a  Who  thc   rancher   was  who  put in for 23 hours' work on the  tire In one day, and why hc did  not make a night of il'/  X  When the pole drive is coming down thc river, and how  much- lhc contractor _will clear  out of them. \   , "'7'-''  '-'-  /V-   J   . V   ' jj _-; ^~"  - Whether it 'isn't a great disappointment lb the Valley 16  find lhal the new.school teacher  is married, and what the bachelors think of the school selection committee?  '���������������������������-"'���������������������������-.     >c  Jf   lhc  authorities  really, intend lo prevent salmon spearing  tbis fall, and/Nvhal good il could  possibly do "anybody?  '- X  Whether a starving homesteader on a bush ranch should  not be allowed to kill game for  bis own use for a longer period  lhan a .city man who only hunts  as a' pastime, antLwhether laws  of thiikind do not lend''towards  Jaw-ia^aking?  Hair long il will lake lhe authorities 16 find out lhat returned1 soldiers do nol want lo  scllleVon land completely covered by enormous stumps, and.  when this great concession will  be withdrawn?  it  The  Prince  deposits  wrcalh  al  Monument  des  Braves at Quebec  How long it takes a rclurned  soldier lo screw money oul of  thc Soldiers' Settlement Board,  and whether some of Ihem will  not be boarder old men before  they get it?  X , 'Is  Again wc waul lo know when  something will be done to Ihe  now really dangerous bridges  on the upper pari of the Mabel  Lake road, and if the very bad  sand hill near Martin "���������������������������Robcrls'  ranch could nol quile easily be  entirely avoided?  X  Whether lhc road authorities  havc denned up for the winler?  ;t  Whether thc firc-fighlers will  return lo their homes on snow-  shoes?  LACROSSE!  Vancouver vs. Armstrong  At Armstrong Sports  .    Grounds on  Sat, Sept. 6th, at 2 p. m.  Stores Will be Closed During Game  Admission:    Adults, 50c.      " ":-: Children, 25c  Game Lost by Armstrong in  First Quarter���������������������������Score 4-6���������������������������  Fast Playing by Visitors Too  Much for . Armstrong's. Defence at Start of Play.  In the spring of the present'  year when the end of lhe war  and the home-coming of thc  boys once more brought vitality  lo the towns of Canada, Armstrong's lacrosse enthusiasts decided lo a I once organize and  uphold the laurels won in former years, and also, if possible,  bring back Canada's national  game. Similar action took place  in Kelowna and. Vernon. A  schedule of games vvas arranged. Thc Armslrong team,  composed of about four old  placrs and eight intermediates,  fell thai Ihcy would find the going difficult- a However, under:  lhc captaincy "of Harvey .Turn-  bull, lhcy came through thc sea-,-;  son without a"defeat.  It was then decided to further  stimulate interest in  the game-.     V  by securing a coast team for a��������������������������� -������������������������������������������������������  series-of exhibition games. The   --������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������-  V.-A. C. lea in replied favorably  -  lo lhc invitation and arc conse-   ,  quenlly thc guests of the Armstrong team this week.  The first  game of  ihe series,      ,  s  was played on Monday evening,  when the' visitors won out by a .  score, of 6 to 4.   The game was.  scarcely started  before Painter --.'���������������������������'S-  bulged the net behind Murray.. V    V  In another minulc Paul had i*e~ ���������������������������_;- '".,-S  pealed  the. process.    The Arm-   >.'V ���������������������������-c  slrong   "team   hadn't   smelt the  . ���������������������������_  ball. .'But afIcr this they steead-- . J _-.���������������������������;���������������������������  ied   somewhat,    though   before  /fc  thc quarter ended Freeman, .the    7./s  star   of   the   Vancouver   tea ins V  came ^past'two men  and' once.   V  morc^did the-trick.-' -    r rj  The second quarterywas score-; . V  less,41iough:thc Armstrong JgoaL:/V  lender Avas.:s.lriickiiiv the-. bodyVJ  more Ilian once. He turned.asids.-V =  some dangerous^ shots. : .- '-'yS' rs:}./  ���������������������������'- Anolhcr bad streak,struck theV;JJ:  Armslrong Icani iii lhc third. V  quarter, when, after Johnston  bad scored by a brilliant under- .  hand shot,"Freeman and Painter// ..  added two more in rapkH sucry! 'ysg:7������������������&-������������������jiy^  cession.: Wi lb the score stanc^;v7^^w|^SC  ing 6-0 the outlook was bacj,. but  a moment later Collis intcrcep-,;  ted a pass near Uie ^Vancouver  goal and after.a little neat passings the same player,; scored :  Armstrong's first goal.    -.--.--:.V-J.'V  With ibc game safe, the Vfin-  <  couvcr boys slackened lip a bit  in lhe final quarter, and as a re  , -��������������������������� 4*-:'.  Sa- '���������������������������f--"-,y^jS" I  'S'r, AiSSSSzki.  ^> &.���������������������������:.._#���������������������������������������������  l^y-. -?V;'i;  ���������������������������Vi: ���������������������������.Hi^k-^A  AA-r>-ASzr&,'  '77a%M$M  ���������������������������2.*.', 7s':2'S^ 7ri\**,S|  \ 7:\/77^7,/.S7?^\  il.    (Twas easily the besf gimie-'l'V  of  llie.   season.     Tbe   lacrosse hf f.v  team    learned   many   valuable VW  things about thc game, and the'  people of Armstrong were well-  satisfied witb   thc   showing of  their   team.     Following  is   Ibc  i.iiii  line-up:  Vancouver  SlifllingTord  Mownl  Cnirns  Dickenson  Frceni.'ai  Peterson '  Johnston.  Mill  Cnldwcll  Psiiil  I'nintcr  goal  poinjJ  cover   point  1st lie Ten sc  2nd   do Cense  .'{rd defense,  centre  linl home    /  2nd   home  1st  home     .1.  outside home A. Phillips  inside home    F. Murray  spare King  Armstrong  Jl.   Murray  TiirntHi|l  Schubert  Stott  Horrex  Burton  Lingings  . Collis  11;,in ill  Phillips  Everybody Pid It  Here is a bright lad's composition on Elijah: "Thcrc was  a man named Elijah. He had  somc bears and he lived in a  cave. Somc boys teased him.  Hc said, If you keep on throwing stones at mc, I'll turn the  bears on you and they'll eat you  up." And thcy did and he did  and the bears did."  There's no telling what a day  may bring forth. A man may be  happy today and married tomorrow-  Hcferee,   Geo.  Smith,  Armstrong.  Judge of play, McAVhinnie, Vancouver.  TheV. A. Cs will play an all-  slar Okanagan team al Vernon  on Thursday (to-day). It will  bee omposcdp of six Armstrong,  Ihrcc Vernon, and three Kelowna players. ...  Thc final game of thc series  will bc on Saturday afternoon,  when Armslrong will once more  stack up against the coast boys.  Armstrong Red Cross Report  Received��������������������������� ���������������������������     ���������������������������"     >'*::>. ������������������S'S  Aug.   12���������������������������Cash  on  hand... ?101.22  Aug 18, bv collection lYoin  Mrs.  Dalzicl  0.00  ���������������������������'.W:  "'i-jfc'rro  ���������������������������V xkt/  ,7  Miss O. McPhcrson left on  Friday for Ladysmith, where  shc will leach school-         '_  ������������������������������������������������������  $120.47  Paid otit-^- ...  Ang 20, to postage stamps        .10  Balance on hand   $120.37  13. Gott, Treas.  '" ���������������������������*.  :fl" :  BORN���������������������������At their home in Enderby to Mr. and Mrs.;. Wm. C.ark,  a daughter. OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1919  s?r*.  uarnagau vwaumoner  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Published every Thursday at Enderby, B.C..   by The  Walker Press, at  per year: $1.00 six months.  nol be found anywhere in the world- We may  have���������������������������certainly, do have���������������������������a better type of society, as a whole, in American than that of  FZurope-T-betler homes, belter clothes,, belter  means of travel and'more comforts and pleasures, lhan the people of Europe have���������������������������and far  more than our forefathers had���������������������������but one" cannol  feel lhal we have men and women of a higher  type of character than we had fifty or a hundred  years ago. Tremcndouspprogress hasbeen made  along all lines except one���������������������������we havc mastered all  nature except*" human nature. And a.s for this  "super" stullVil's all a myth, born of greed and  selfishness. ������������������������������������������������������     " .  YOUNG MAN, WAKE UP!  THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 11)1!)  THE G. W. V. A.  The returned men of Fnderby and district are  jo bc congratulated on having taking definite action looking lo lhe organization a I Knderby of a  branch  of  lhe Association.     11  i.s also a   mailer  that every citizen of lhe district should lake pride  ..in,  for we consider  there i.s  no  organization -in  Canada   today,   polilical,   fralernal,   religious   or  social,   lhal 'means  more   Lo  lhe devclopmenl   of  lhe Dominion lhan  the Great War Veterans' Association.    Thc manner in  which  lhis organization  has  been  handled  by  lhc  men;   the -sound,  sober and intelligent direclion of ils all'airs by llie  .ollicers in charge, has^had good effect upon  Lhc  - life of lhe nation-   -We have, "indeed, fell lhal the  . returned   men,   through   lheir_ association,   havc  shown a deeper, less superficial, grasp of the real,  need   of   tlie  hour   lhan   even   lhe-heads  of   lhe  .Governmental Ollnwa".    And lhis sober spirit has-  had a  wonderfully quieting effect'upon  Lhe life  of our people; al a  lime, loo, lhc mosl Irving in  our-history.    The Association   has done a  great  work���������������������������perhaps   we  should   say  i!   has   begun   a  greal work, for" iMins scarcely morc lhan slarled  upon ils real mission.    Those people who said at  Ihe start  lhal  Ihe G.  W.  V. A.  would/be shortlived; thai il would be splil by dissension within  ils   ranks,   woefully   misjudged   lhe  spirit   of   lhe  men  reluming home  from   Franco.    This spirit  is heller  voiced   by   General   Sir   Arthur Curric,  .who in a speech rcccnlly made lo rclurned men  in   Montreal   said:   "Nobody   knows   heller   than  you  boys [hal any success wilh  which  my name  has been associated has heen won for me by you  in   lhe  field.    The Canadian  Corps  was one big  machine and il was lhe spirit of co-opcralion lhat  won  for us success.    If lhere arc any problems  lo be confronted in Canada or any difficulties lo  be overcome,  the only way lo  meel   Ihem  is by  .standing together again, and if avc stuck by onc  anolher in  the field we can do lhe same in civil  Today the whole world is in lhc throes'-of  revolution.' Not bloody revolution, but lhc'revolution of ideas and ideals. Oul of il all musl come  great good. Undoubtedly, however, socicly musl  go through severe trials yel before'*-reaching-the  heller things of life toward-which', lhe world-is  lending. We are making head, bul lhis does not  mean lhal we shall arrive excepl in lhe measure  lhal we prepare and strive. Never was there such  contention of spirit a.s now. Never was the evil  of human nature so pronounced as now, and  never was lhe good of human nature so intense  aud so earnest. We know whal lhe outcome will  he���������������������������though wc may nol sec the way of its coming  clearly.  Today and lhe future is the young man's era.  Tremendous possibilities are his- 'Though having  to walk ixi Lhe mud of compelling conditions lhe  young man should keep his head among lhc stars,  lie may bc compelled Lo live in a. dog kennel bul  lie can find a knot-hole through which lo look at  things lhal are high and true and noble. All  young" men do nol realize lhe opportunities open  ���������������������������many a young man i.s asleep. Tic ought to  swap hi 5 wrist watch for an alarm clock and  wake up.  MAKING HAY WHILE YOU WAIT  life.    We are all comrades here, a.s we were all"  comrades there."  '   Since the Uniled Slates look hold of lhc high  cosl ���������������������������ofVliyingj'n.jlcad _c.arne.sl, upi.jnore_tlia.n_a.  SUPERMEN AND SUPERWOMEN  Onc of lhe promised productions of lhc war  which we heard a greal deal aboul when the war  was on. was a .speciallv bred human���������������������������male and  female���������������������������lhe .superman and supcrwoman. The  Germans Ihoughl Ihey had such a race growing  up wilhin Iheir midst���������������������������they were led lo believe  so by lhcir self-appointed leaders���������������������������themselves  deluded inlo believing lhal Ihey were supermen  and-stiperwomen. When the climax* came lhe  world soon learned Lhe Irue nature of these supermen and stiperwomen���������������������������lhe "super" dropped o(T  andThey were seen lo.be jusl very ordinary men  and women���������������������������each wilh somc good in them and  'much bad-���������������������������much as lhe rest of ��������������������������� us. Fact. is,  neither did the war nor Lhe peace table show us  anything i'h the nature of llie* superman���������������������������unless  such men as Lloyd George, Clcmenceau and  Wilson���������������������������and lhcy would bc. lhc last to admit any  such distinction. Certainly il may bc said Germany did nol have any in spite of her boasted  claims. And lhe peace table was characterized  by bickering and bartering by .statesmen and diploma Is lhal was as pclly a.s the swapping between individuals in a horse trade. The supermen  of Europe turned out to he no belter lhan Humeri sent over from Canada and the United States  ���������������������������and God knows we never have laid claim lo  such a breed of eats in America. You will nof  find any supermen or superwomen in America���������������������������  and if Ihev cannol bo found in America thev can-  A Wisconsin engineer and manufacturer, who  has offered lo lake Pittsburg's garbage and by use  of a special drying machine to handle il annually  al a-profil lo lhe cily, bws, literally punctured lhc.  old saw. "Make hay while lhe xun shines."  He is IV'JM. Brassier, vice-president ol' lhc Bay-  ley Manufacturing Company, a Milwaukee concern employing 250 hands. His latesl invention  is a sleam drier in which green alfalfa is.slulled  af one end and twenty minules later oul comes  lhe thoroughly dry alfaii'a, which is pul in bags  and shipped to any pari, of Ihe world wilhoul  spoiling. Mr. Bossier runs his big machine night  aiid day, rain,or shine, and il works like a-charm"7  on a Kansas farm of 25,000 acres. The. machine  is a full manufacturing plan I", costing nol less  lhan $00,000, and Mr. Brassier explains thai the  crop of alfalfa should he jil'leasl 1,000 acres lo  make lhe machine pay. ������������������  Under lhe old plan of curing alfalfa in sun and  rain, lhc" hay discolors and lhe valuable small  leaves drop off. All" Ihesc losses are avoided  when lhc green alfalfa is h<<\ immediately inlo  a machine wilh no-chance lo dry. The alfalfa  made in this modern way is said lo havc 17 per  cent of protein compared wilh 12 per cenl under'  lhc old way. The green'ail'alfa is sold at $-19 a  Ion. . Mr,.;- Brassier is reported as saying lhat In  can dry anything. Me has buill big grain-drieir  and he has also built four big hemp drying plant>-  as well as big starch drying plants.  PRICE  S COMING DOWN  monlh ago, il is said prices havc dropped 2o per  cenl. So successful has lhe "drive" been thai  the Canadian Governmcnl has decided lo follow  Uncle Sum's lead.    An Ottawa slalemenl says:  "Co-operalion has - been established between  the Board of Commerce of Canada and lhc Uniled Stales authorities in a continent-wide campaign againsl high-prices. This results from lhe  visil of W. F. O'Connor lo Washington. Mr.  O'Connor has heen lhere for over a week and returns lo lhe cily- Sunday. Thc intimation i.s  made lhal the hoard will shortly commence an  itinerary, one of lhe objects of which will bc lo  I race those who since llie enact ment:. of the Combines and Fair Prices Act have been guilty of  overcharging, which is now a criminal offense.  Any unreasonably large quantities of .goods held  in cold storage will be ordered out for sale at  reasonable, prices, and profiteering and price-rigging generally will be given short shrift. Thcrc  seems to be reasonable ground for Uic expectation that 'prices are about to drop,'and that i I will  be advantageous for. holders'to sell promptly-and  avoid losses lhal will undoubtedly occur."  SEND FOR-SAMPLES  Bought at; very low prices Ave are afclo to offer tJieso extraordinary, fine values at 25 per cent,  be tow today's market.  All are of first grade Quality.   Flease READ  Eiderdown   Cloth���������������������������:"><l    inches    wide,  Prico ������������������1".{);*). .-Soft as   flannel.     "Ideal    I'or  jackets and kiniona wear. Soft fleecy finish, stockingette back, colors .Rose, Saxe,  Sky, Red and Cream.  Flannelettes���������������������������V<> inches wide. Price  )>5c per yard. A reliable cloth in a. good  Canadian ina.de'fabrie. all colors, in stripes  Splendid wear.  Flannelette���������������������������AC> in. wide.    'Price fiOo yd  A good   stout,   firm   weave,   in   an   onti: o-  ... .    . r>  cloth, find ni our opinion is one of tlie  Very Most flannelette obtainable to-day,  New stripes, all colors.  Grey Flannels��������������������������� Neary all wool. Tliis  is a. remarkably good buy iu a grev Ilannel,  and is worth today quite 85c jar'. Wo  have this special cloth marked at. oHo yard  Winsey Flannels���������������������������Width ;>0 in. Price  ���������������������������loo yard. Of a, good medium weight and  a lino weave cloth. This is an excellent  material I'or shirts, pyjamas, underwear, etc  Horrockses' Flannelettes-- ;'.(> inolus  wide. Price SHc 'A'A inches wide. Price  7'ic- The old orignal (doth,, in wide and  narrow stripes. ICvery yaul guaranteed lo  give entire satisfaction, very strong and  double warp manufacture.  Flanneline���������������������������Width ;������������������(������������������ inches. Prices  9.V.. A soft-flannel wea'v.o. material with  the foci of a. wool' lliniie.l." Smart stripes  in blue mauve and  pink.  VERNON, B.C.       BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  Canadian  Food  Control License No. 8-21018. --_.:_-.  fl  THIRD VICTORY LOAN  The Dominion (iovernnienl will this year raise  the sum of ^250,000,000, hy popular loan. These  bonds will nol he exempt from taxation, as others  were. The dales I'or lhc floalino' of the new bonds  will be from Oct. 27lh to Nov. 15th, and it is proposed lo carry on lhc campaign in practically lhe  same manner il has heen conducted in previous  vears.  Ottawa reports to Bradstreet's  thai lhe retail trade _has_been  "watching the investigations "af  lhc Parliament Buildings very  closely. Sonic retailers expect  a sudden decline in textile goods  and clothing, and arc, in many  cases, holding back lhcir orders  on Ibis account.  Palace |Livery  Ed. Sparrow, Prop.  If you want a good driver, we  havc it. All kinds of light and  heavy draying. Team, work of  all kinds.   Harness repaired.  Vernon Road  Enderby  Haying .helped1 to ad-  just the situation in  Europe, avc are back at  the old stand ready for  business -��������������������������� painting,  kalsomining, p a p e r  hanging. ���������������������������'... Try our  ���������������������������prices.  C.  G.  PIPER  Box 43 Enderby  JS we  to orojler 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.PIW,  Men's Wear- Groceries Enderby, ft. C.  Canadian Food Control  License No. 8-17170.  Jas. Dickson  REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT  Bell Block Enderbv  A name that stands for tlie best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel     L^^PHY       Enderby; THURSDAY. SEPT. 4, 1910  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  Grief ancLResponsiDility  ���������������������������When Nobly M  To stand by {he open grave of  cne you have loved an i i'eel (he  sky shut down over less worth  in the work} is the supreme lost.  There you prove your worlh,  if ever.  v:usl   five  and   face  the  Cay. and each succeeding day,  realizing lhal "the moving linger  writes, and having writ moves  on. nor all vour tears shall blot  a line of if." :  Heroes tire born, bul il is calamity that discovers lb cm.  Once in ,yvcslcrn Kansas, in  ihe early eighties, I saw a loaded  Jour-horse wagon skid and topple in going across a gully.  Thc driver sprang from his  seal and tried lo hold the wagon  upright.  Thc weigh I was loo greal for  liis strength, powerful' man as  he was.  The' horses swerved down the  ���������������������������ditch instead of going .across if,  and lhe overturning wagon  can.<ihI the man and pinned him  lo lhc ground. ���������������������������  Half a dozen of us sprang  froni our.horses. Aflcr much  effort lhc. tangled animals were  unhitched and thc wagon was  righted.  Thc man was dead  mound wilh the back t i' :i :spad<:  EXPRESS RATES  Increase Net So Serious as wad  of  Anticipated ��������������������������� Shipments  Small   Fruits  Increased  Only  10c per Hundred Pounds.  I   saw  him   carve   with  aw  ward, boyish hands  the initials!  ef   his   father,   the ���������������������������dale   of   his  birth and lhe day of his death.  I saw him drive lhe suib down  al lhe head of lhc grave  I  saw  him  harness   Ih  horses.  I saw him help his lillle  brothers into the canvas-covered  wagon.  I saw him help his mother  climb lhc wheel as she look hcr  place on the seal.  I saw him spring up beside  hcr. (  I saw him gather ul) the lines  in bis brown, slim hands, and  swing the whip over lhe leaders,  as he gave lhe shrill word of  command and turned the horses  to' Ihe wesl-  And thc cavalcade moved forward to.the wesl���������������������������alwaVs to the  west.  The r.cw express rates schedule deeided upon by lhc commission some lime ago, following the alarming announcement  jl:; the ell'eel thai rales would be,  four'increased to such a degree that  il would practically kill the-expressing of small fruits- from  B.C. lo'ihe Prairie came into effect on September 1st. There is  nothing so very alarming about"  il���������������������������indeed, froin a hasty inspection of llie new' tariff, it seems  lo have had ils wings clipped by  Hie coin mission, lhanks to thc  strenuous kick pul up at thc  lime the increase was suggested,  by lhe B. C. Fruil Growers' Association and olher organizations. Wilh regard lo fruit ship-  men Is, il appears lhal while the  old rale to Calgary was $3.50-  tbe new rale is $3.G0.nn increase  of onlv 10c.    Some of lhe coin-  Sir Loincr Giiuin accompanies the Prince to Kent uouse,. mc Vuriner residence of Im  r ���������������������������   "' . ��������������������������� '_  Father V  ILAlX t-  Are you going-tp do any  Building orMepairing  ?   ���������������������������  THE FOLLOWING ARE; GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Ceiling, Flooriivg" arid Siding. i $20.00 per M  _ ISJp:,2 Dimension, 2x4 aiid 2x6 .,.,$25.00,per M  "1^-inch Slab; Greeny Wood . V.. ..$2.50 per load .-:-<'  QKAf^AttSAWMtto^  niuf ciiiinol gc^in|h^ to ;  St. John, N, B., reports to  Bradstreet's that the export orders .for Tuin ber. have been so  large that dealers arc now -wondering from, where lhcy "can  import. Apparently there is little to be had ������������������from the States,  and British Columbia firms  say-thcy cannot guarantee delivery for.-' somc time.  PUBLIC NOTICE  Notice is hereby- given Hint. I  have-disposed ol* iny merchandise  business at Mara to N. Pavlos, and  I bespeak for hi iii"' a continuance  of the "patronage-I, have .v_bccn  favored with.       -.'-:���������������������������-.  -1 .'will   liquidate   and   collect _ all  accounts.   -.=-"��������������������������� t --- "-���������������������������-.'-  WM. FXSON, Mara, B.C.  VTiily 20th 11919. r: Sr ., ;  /-/s  v ;-Vv ' VetfnbnVr  v.yV-.v-....���������������������������-  Wc py express to Armstrong ancl pnderhy  Agents  for Northern  Electric .Jjarm .lighting  Plants.  AHMSTHONGi p. C.  under the auspices of fl. C. Stac^hreeders, Association  The R. C. breeders arc requested to communicate with the  Secretary with regard to their probable entries bet ore it shall  lie necessary for him to solicit entries from without the province.  SALES COMMITTEE: Mat Hassen, Jas. McCallum and C.  H- Hardy, all of Armstrong, fl. C. Secretary, Geo. C. Hay,  Jva mloops, fl. C.  M0T ME TO-NIGHT AT  J^ONARP'S fllLWAflP  PARLOR  Cigars, Cigarettes, Etc..  ^=���������������������������Pipes=and=PipeVl-obaccocs=  sm  A well-painted Roof adds Distinction  -, -s to the House ���������������������������v  THE roof crowns the house���������������������������it may "make" or '.'mar" the whole  structure.    In shingle-roofed houses, shingle-stain plays a  most  ;' important part in rounding out the harmonious appearance of the  -   home exterior.   .We advise the use of'*" -f      ' - :       ,--  SHARPIES  (���������������������������jmoiis    S .iv. t i ...      fcoJ  S E. PA RAT Ok  separator that skims elkn wbftherlpu  tt/rn it fast or slow. Saves $40 to $60 a year  extra, duetto this wonderful Suction-feed feature  (the feed varies with the speed). Has other fine advantages���������������������������no discs to wash, knee-low supply tank, ball bearing, etc. Over one million users. Comein and see it work.  C. V. fl. Uccnsc No. 9-3409  The boy had met calamity and parisons arc even better, for the  disaster. * Ho had not flinched.      r.xla   lo   Vancouver,   instead   of  In "a   single  day. he'- had, lcfl   increasing,    actually    decreases  boyhood behind and become' a  from Jjtf.nO to $2.40. Local rates  man.    ��������������������������� also appear lo give a (id lake in  .' And   Ih.c years  lhat  followed ;1 very fair'and rcasonblc sort of  proved him genuine. .way.  What-   was.   il    worked    the  ~"  A..u i.u.1.. w<ls u������������������iu. Iclmnge, Grief and rcsnonsibililv,|    Mrs. C. Paradis wishes to an-  In  Uic \vaaon were  the : wife nobly met.���������������������������Elbert Hubbard, in nouncc   thc -reopening- of  bet  and  six  children,   the  oldest  a'the Philistine. ���������������������������, 'dressmaking parlors- It  boy of fifteen- * All were safely  caught in the canvas top and  escaped unhurl. We camped  there-���������������������������hot knowing what0 else  to do.    * .  Wc-straightened the mangled  form of the dead and covered  the body with a blanket.  That '"night the mother and  the oldest boy sat by the camp-:  lire and watched the long night  away wilh their dead.    -'���������������������������  Thc stars marched in solemn  procession across ..the sky.  Thc slow, crawling-'- niglil  passed.      -... -    ��������������������������� ������������������  The first faint Hush of_.da\vn'  appeared in the easl.  1 lay 'near thc "canipfire, .my  head pillowed on a saddle, and  heard the widowed mother and  her boy talking in "low but earnest tones. ,---    -    .    .  "We-mil'st go backV-wc-must  go back to Illinois..c. It is*'lhc  onlyll.iing to clo,". J-lieai^Utlic  iholherViioan.V -"' V . ".7- '.  "fArid Ijfc boy?answered:. /'-'..  ���������������������������V "Mol!?cr,i.distcn;to what I say:  We^willgb on���������������������������wcwill go on.  We know where father Vwiis  going to kike usV-wc know, what  1 ic .was. going to do.' Wc will gjo  on, and. avc will do what lie"inV  .tended'' to do, and if possible we  will do it belter.    We will, go  on!"    ������������������������������������������������������- .- \ . .-���������������������������   "7 y  ���������������������������That lirsl burst of-pink in-Uic  cast hadlurncd .16 gold- . Great  streaks of light stretched from  horizon to zenith.  .       V:  I could *sce. in the dim and  hazy light lhc hobbled horses  ���������������������������'grazing across Hie j)lain a quarter olir mile away.     V,  The boy of fifteen arose and  put fuel on the firc.  .  After breakfast I saw that bov  get a. spade, a shovel and a..Pick  bul of Uic wagon:- -  With help of others, a grave  was dug there on the prairie. -  The dead was rolled in a blanket and tied about with thongs,  after thc fashion of the Indians.  =Lincs^\icjic^ta.keii_i;i^n3^aVliar  ,& -',v.  c*       1  S either as a stain.in which/tHe.shingles ;are-  .-". clipped befqre being put_on"-*--or as a' stain,'  V.ifor application to the'completed ipof. V :.-  ��������������������������� "B-H AnchnrRhinulo Stain is'marle by^t he "makers of ?  , [.' li-II '^Eiii{lishl'aint''aiicl limiidrani's.GciriiinuB.II. ���������������������������  'A., White Lead. -Like.tlioscotiitr.fanroiisprodiictsofa".".  ry famous p:iint house,'B-II Anchor Shingie Stain J9  ���������������������������  "first c!ioicc"iimong people" who know and appro-. -  "ciate good paint. ,    -.   ' . - - ,tA ,-',.    . ;.-  ; . We have i tin many beautiful shades���������������������������a shadtefp?"  '. ' every conceivable color-scheme.The manufacturers"  -uf this stain describe it as-."TOP- quality for the  house TO P'"a nrl that'description is completely cn-'  i.    dorsc-d by ourselves; We know it over-tops all other.  .-, . similar products'.  ','VJ "VOth'cfi"' 7 '���������������������������'���������������������������-  ;V.B-H-Products:';'  -For Interior Varnish  i'Cliina-L;ic"   - "-.���������������������������'  :B'-H Porch Floor0 -  Paint -' , -���������������������������.-'. ''.--  ;- For Porch floors and  ..'   c.cilinKS .      ���������������������������   . -,-������������������������������������������������������-'..���������������������������;  For Exterior Paint,.  -'-   B-TI EnKlish Paint,.,,,  . Varnlshinft a.l-loor-' ���������������������������-'  i'B-II"FIoorlustre" ",'"'  For Barns 3"J ���������������������������  Outbulldinfts '  -���������������������������   Impel ial Barn Paint"  rSaW the surface and  V :    -fnderbyVP. C._ ;,,   .:.'���������������������������//'/.������������������������������������������������������">/  IT.JOHN ' TORONTO t_    WIMWlfW .  VDMDHTOM VAHCCUVVIt  * ->r  --  *���������������������������''.������������������' 'jx  T  -���������������������������%!*->?  .',  -cr-t&  - '.r,-'  J&lst&Sr  rrV   ' -  A'S'sS-  ncss, and wc lowered thc body  into lhc grave.  The grave Avas filled up by  friendly" hands working in nervous haste.  I saw the boy Pal down thc  An aulo drive and dinner a I  lhc King Edward will make any  Sunday seem belter.        r Sold, Delivered and  ' FULTON HARDWARE CO., LTD.  Prices, $70.00, $8000, $95.00  Guaranteed by '  :        :     Enderby, B. C.  and $110.00.  If you havent tried our hams  and bacon you have not tried  the best  GEO. Ji. SJJAliPE  Wholesale and Retail Rutcher  Enderby  GoocJ  Summer  Reading  .rvs&l  We carry everything you require���������������������������E-Z Jars,, all sizes Tops, Jar  Rubbers bf all kinds and Jelly Glasses.  New shipment of Pishes pn h&ncj.  Give us your orders for Sets or Pieces.  Teece & Son  pnejerhy  Family Supply  Store  MARA, 13. C.  Having purchased the Wm. Elson  stock and store, am now prepared  to supply all ���������������������������requirements' . in  family grocery supplies, dry goods  and feed.  Send us your orders and get the  best Of goods and  satisfaction.  The best copyrights  Reprints by the best  ���������������������������authors  75c each,  3 for $2  All the latest magazines  N. PAVLOS, Proprietor.  A. REEVES  Drugs and Stationery  Subscriptions taken for any  magazine  PJAMONPS  The mere association of the name of Whiten  with the engagement ring, or any other article of  jewellery, watches, etc., instantly conveys to the  mind the thought of qualiiy, character and unusual value to be had from  Manufacturing Jeweller  C.J. WHITEN  Watchmaker  Vernon,   B. C.  Engraver  Compare  our Prices   With Catalogues 1  -&  ^Kp������������������^  /k  7y7:t7ystAS^m^m^7stB^^  Are You Afraid to be Alone  The oilier evening a wcll-  .known American playwright  stood on the steps of a New  York club /watching lhc theatre  crowds piJiss. It \vas shortly  after 8 o'clock and lhc streets  and pavements were packed  wilh men and women, boys and  girls, hurrying to, reach their  theatres before lhc curtaiii rose.  They ^pushed one anolhcr. aside.  Motors jockcyerl d'or position.  Women dodged in and oul between trallic, all rushing with a  greal frenzy, a.s though driven  by lhe dread of an invisible and  terrible something.  For a long time '' the. playwright watched Ihem, Ihen hc  remarked: "In my youthful  vanity I used lo think lhal people went lo lhe theatre lo "be  amused, bul 1 am beginning lo  believe-that Ihev go because Ihcy  arc afraid lo bc alone- They  haven't enough menial furniture  lo make lhcir lives livable,  haven't enough <. though Is or re-  sou reef ulnes.s or amusements in  their own homes lo keep oil' lhe  devils of ennui.    They're bored  willi  themselves and with each  other.    They wouldn't dare slay  home alone Tor seven nigh Is in  succession���������������������������they'd go shirk, raving mad." .;���������������������������.  Perhaps an exaggeration, bul  there's: a world of Irulh in lhat  remark a.s ������������������������������������������������������pointed oul lo us by  an editorial in "House and ���������������������������Garden/-' .-Discontent- is on us like  lhc piaguc.    It is caling0lhe vilal  [issues   of   our   American    life.  S< nlimenlalisls    used    lo    Ihink  lhal   the  war   would  sober   lhe  American people into being consent, willi   Iheir   lives   al   home.  Some  fa na lies  Ihink  thai  legis-  lalive    prohibilion    will   do    il.  "X on sense!    The  change  lias .Lo  slarl within.   Contentment,  like  charily, begins on lhe lee-side of  Ihe doormal.    Thc only possible  solution for Ihis wild llight from  ennuni and  fear is  lo be interested in your home,  lo develop ; iouch'slone of life. Marcus An re  il.-, resource; and yours..  AL lhc presenl moment many  pcople,_are worrying aboul Bolshevism or. ralher, worrying lest  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  we   have   a   repetition   here   in  America   of   lhc   slaughter   and  pillage that accompanied the establishment   of   Bolshevism   in  Russia.   Theoretically, there are  some excellent ideas in the Bolshevist program; there:,are' also  some  terrible evils.    The, great  weakness wilh the Russian program is  lhat  the ideals cannot  be pul inlo the working without  the evils.    One of these evils is  lhe uller abolition of thc home  and   properly.' The   Bolshevist  constitution   couldn't Vast    ten  minutes in a counlry where the  people   own   lhcir   own  homes.  Bolshevism is a religion of tenants.     The man who owns his  own   home,  whoc works  in   his  own garden and reaps the fruits  of decent labor has no desire to  overthrow those in authority or  take from his neighbor the good  things he has acquired through  years  of work. -Authority preserves properly.   Own your own  home,  plant  your own  garden,  pay your share of llie laxes. lake  your pari in The community life  ���������������������������and Bolshevism will fade like  a bad dream al dawn.  Thc solution of any bolshevik  tendencies lli'al may be haunting  the American people is found in (  lhal excellent "Own Your Own  Home"' movemenl.  And having acquired your  own home, whal? Bc content  wilh il.  Conlentmenl'is nol a sliding  of ambition, a refuge of lazy  minds. Philosophers in all ages  have   discovered   it   lo   bc   llie  THURSDAY, SEPT. 4,-1919  quality at  low price  We are convinced the  demand in Enderby and  district will be for the  better-class car. And  we have anticipated  this demand, by taking  the agency for the  popular Gray-Dort. If  interested let us demonstrate to you the  car's superior qualities.  Jas. McMahon & Son  New Garage.    Vernon Rd.  Let us take your party to  Mabel Lake  The cost isn't so great  Experienced in handling general  Auto repairing  All work guaranteed  Jas. McMahon & Son  Enderby   ()  >o<z  I  ye.*  mm  ���������������������������I  I'  O)  \Ve.-Iiave liie goods on hand  .and  can   meel  your every need  in   sloves    and    healing   goods;  stove pipes ahd elbows.  a   Plain  twi.sl galvanized wire  $().U() per roll.   . '  Any'ihjng made in  Lin, copper and sheet iron.  Bring- your old healing  .stoves in aiid have llicm.reJiried  al one-quarter llie cosl of a new  one.  5  r  j  b\  | Ytl  szz  BL -ik  ^ns  >J3  0  I  lius and old Solomon bolh arrived-at Ihis conclusion aflcr the  discipline of billcr experience.  Slarl in and see whal your capacities are. they say. (let lo  know yourself. Sec whal you  do.     Before   you   knowVl  mil discover a hobby or a  lasie for lhis or lhal which will  satisfy you thoroughly.- The old  mad High I from ennui will cease.  You'll no longer lie afraid lo be  alone.  Con len linen I   breeds   on    ac-  0  i  8  5  5  (J c,n  V : vou  AcllVliv  clears the mind,  ifii  When  will pay  Hiving  vou  I'or ihe home,  lo look around  wilh price  and find  Hi!  high,  ��������������������������� besl  brands of Groceries. Canned Goods. Cereals etc.  In facl. speaking generally, the heller quality o''  Groceries are cheapest in lhc long run���������������������������qualily.  llavor and food value considered.  Come in and see our lines. Open an account by  placing a trial order wilh us. We have qualify  goods in all lines.  .1 list now you will find our sweel crab apples  lhe mosl economical and mosl delicious I'or preserving and pickling.    We have olher fruits I'or  V~l 111  pulling up and everything in lhe way of jars, caps  and  rubber rings, para wax-, etc.  W.J.Woods, E  livil.  .jusl as water purifies ilself bv  moving." The stagnant mind i.s  Lhe . discontented mind. Seven  successive stagnant -nights after  labor will eventually make a  man afraid lo be alone wilh himself: . '    '      ,      -  The aclivilies of a contented  man may.he legion. "His family  suflice for him. And in the majority of cases" he pursues a  hobby or sonic crcalivc or cull -  ural in Lore? I. Books furnish one,  music anolheiVcollecting a third  ���������������������������these Ihrcc are the great trinity of contentment.     *  'Can you imagine Charles M.  Schwab' being bored wilh himself? Charlie Schwab is onc "of  Ihe best amateur organists in  A.merica. So . is John Wana-  maker. and the dream of John  Wanamaker's life is lo give an  organ concert. 1 could fill this  page with lhc names of Prominent Americans who are accomplished amateur musicians' ���������������������������  men of huge, interests and great  responsibilities- who find in  music an-untiring solace and  amusement.  ARMSTRONG NOTES  x ..-.,' v.,',*  x it s? s? * j; a s; j; S; a a s; ii it  jj-  :Miss   M.   Oflerhaus    left's oM-  Monday for Pcnliclon lo re.s'ihn'e  hen duties on the school stntt";-!-'  0 sr  McNair Brothers this week  threshed llK-t ons of oals from  lhree sacks of seed oals planted.  A   man  only   one  whose  sancc.  thinks   IhaV there  is  man    in   the   world  whistling  is   nol   a   nui-  2c a won! first insertion. 1c a word each insertion thereafter: 25c: minimum charjro: 10c extra  where cash docn not accompany order.  FOB SALE���������������������������l--r.nr lots in Poison  addition. Will siTl :it sacrilice  price of *f)0 per lot: terms to suit  purchaser. Address, li. It. Hobl).  1-JJnderbv. 2(>-.'-$c  From June. 13th  FOB SALE���������������������������Complete saw unci  pinning mill, consisting of boiler,  engine, saw. fmine ' and carriage,  iwo saws, onc three-saw gang,  edger, one slab saw and frame,  two planers with heads & knives,  conveyor, line shaft and counter  shafting, pulleys and complete  beltingV'or mill. Will sell mill  complete wilh she, or will sell  engine and boiler und one planer  separate. Forp articulars, apply  Arthur  Tomldnsnn.  Grindrod.   If  No. 1,60c lb No. 2, 58c lb  Butter Fat  al   any   shipping point in  lhc   Okaiiagan   Valley.  FOR   SALE���������������������������Good   general-purpose  and     driving    horse;     also     top  ..,..,-    ������������������*iiir!    wvlfffin      in    ffrw\rl    nnr*  buggy, and wagon, in good condi  tion. If. A. Allison, Armslrong. 21  P-  A Farmers' Company. Financially sound. JJay-  menls i'or Cream made monthly. Deliver can lo  the  railway  company  fo r dispatch lo  Kelowna Creamery, Ltd.  F.mply cans  promptly rclurned.  (". I P. L WANTED ��������������������������� For Iish t  housework in Vernon. rJFor duties and wages applv Uv letter,  1'. O. Box 2(')2, Vernon, or telephone 2(i0f). 1 tc  Miss C. P. Murray, who has  been visiting her mi rents here,  rclurned to Princeton on Saturday.  sr  .s ��������������������������� .  The Marl well ranch was sold  Ihis week to Mr. Lariner. thc  sale being put through bv Mr. G.  Murray.  S5  Messrs- C. Horrex. A. King, J.  and T. Shiells and B. Jlavcs, attended the Calgary fair from  Armstrong.-  H  Mr. Isaac Gibson had a .most  successful sale, al his i'ami hist  Thursday, his cows fetching  from $70 lo $130 per head-   .  Mrs. F- Drew and daughter,  Dorcen. came in on Monday  from London.E ng. Mrs. Drew  is a sister of Mr. f\. J. Fletcher,  and she will make her home in  Armstrong.  x  Among thc students who lel'l  Armstrong last week to attend  Normal School were, thc Misses.  M. Phillip. L. Walson,. V. Patrick, A. I ynn. V. Ha Hedge, N.  Piggol and Mr. R. T-insdav! '.-.- .  it *  ���������������������������The V- A. C. lacrosse boVs arc  guests a I thc Armstrong'���������������������������'i'ldlel.  all'llhis week. They wot'dcl iii)  doubt greatly appreciable |l if  motorists, whenever convenient,  would pick up a. carload and  show Ihem aboul the district.  *. Fnginelfwii^fiW'i^PiTTifl Wnpnigc locomotive drawing the royal train  A.  C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  "NotaryTublic! ~^~^  INSURANCE  Belt, Blk. Enderry. B.C.  "s������������������  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets 2nd ��������������������������� 4th   Monday  eve  \>S^r^^m������������������SS    in Masonic Hull.    Visitorscoi-  >f*i^^S iliiilly invited to attend.  CliO. K. RIIAKI'li C. C  II. M. WALKElt, K. K. S  R. J. COT/TART. M.F.  SPEERS  W.M.  A.F&A.M-  Enderby Lodge No. 4P  RcKiil:ir meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Masonic "Hall. Visitins  brethren cordially invited  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  NOTICE  There will be a sale at lhc Brook  Farm, about tlie lf>lh October. A  few choice young Jersey cows; will  all freshen in October; a pure-bred  bull and some otber stock. All  farming implements: dairy Tubler  sue I ion-feed separator No. '1, .just  as good as new, and some household slull'. G21-tr  NOTICE  CHANGE IN INSURANCE  AGENCIES  .   "We beg to announce that  MR...J..S. DICKSON  has   becn   appointed   agent   at   Enderby, iivplace ofV  MR. H. G. DAVIES  o  r ..VV    forjflie  Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd., of  London, England.  Liverpool & London &_,Globe Insurance  Co.,  Ltd.  British America Assurance Co.  Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada  (Casualty Dept.)  PATHEPHONES  Greatest of instruments, handsomest of furniture, most  substantial of iriends. A- Pathephone in a home is an  investment���������������������������in cash as well as in satisfaction, lt is always a pleasure to the eye and eat���������������������������a lasting', permanent  pleasure to yourself and to your children after you.  CEPEBLEY   BOUNSEFELL  General Agents.  &   CO.  The    complete  Phonograph  Plays all records perfectly;  Perfect tone control;  No needles to change, but  music through a-genuine  Sapphire;  Exquisite Cabinets of period  design to . harmonize with  most artistic  surroundings.  'W Pathephone  Models, $60  to $385.00  Before deciding,   hear the  Pathephone.  Enderby Supply Company, Agents

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