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 Vol. 13, No; 25, Whole No. 021  ENDERBY, B- C.   THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1919,  Subscription, $2 a year; 5c copy  McDairmid on Tax  Sales as Means of  Forcing- Collections  Enderby rtevs & Vievs        tour okanagan  Speaking ol' enforced lax sales  ns a means of recovering delinquent taxes, Solicitor McDiarmid savs: (,  and nil our elJf'orls have bcen  ignored by lhc governments, and  because oi" lhe desperate character  of  the  situation  and be-^  -' "Tax sales were tried in somc'cause no relief can occur bul by  municipalities. Thc only result fresh legislation, lhc undersigned  was the transfer of large blocks begs most earnestly lhal you will  of land from private ownership take, up lhis mailer, invcsligale  to lhe commimily ownership���������������������������j thc real cause and give such re-  the.only logical result of thc sys- lief as, aflcr lhat investigation,  tern and a most unfair result!yourself and your governmcnl  under our present acl, as muni- shali deem wise.  cipally owned properly at once  goes oil' thc  lax roll and automatically increases the taxation i lies  on thc remaining owner*.  "All sorts of desperate finan-  ������������������cial expedients have been tried.  Under various disguises . large  sums of money raised for other  purposes have been transferred  lo currcnl revenue from one municipality's, transfer of moneys  borrowed on debentures for specific purposes lo currcnl rev-;,  enue, lo the latest, the undersigned has seen the transfer of  sinking funds in anolher municipality to current account  through the medium cr disguise  of purchasing city lots at their  last tax sale, in lhe very teeth  of the statute'. The most popular disguise being simply nol  to invest thc sinking funds at  .all on lhe plea that il is represented by. arrears "of luxation*  which is only anolhcr method  of placing lhc amount of a trust  fund inlo current revenue and  spending iI.''which in lhe case of  a private individual would bc  classed as embezzlement. .  "Matters arc going from bad  to worse, with accelerated speed.  In this last-session lhc Legislature has laken oyer, thc direct  n,onj1rton-.Cjit ;o|" inc municipal-.  ��������������������������� t-V.nnd has missed most cxtraor-  Jc-'-fi������������������.-Uilion  on behalf of  underlying cause in  of lhc undersigned  "The real  thc opinion  in   the   facl   that  no   manpower in British Columbia lias  taken the trouble lo do any independent financial  thinking in  municipal    affairs.      We    have  picked    up   bodily   statutes   of  oilier  provinces  and  stales,  incorporated   them   in   our   acts  without realizing lhat we are a  totally dilferenl  province  from  any other commimily on .earth,  and  our   municipal   all'airs   arc  idill'ercnl.    .Municipal   relations  |with the province are different,  and statutes which work well iu  olher provinces  are  productive  of great harm- lo our municipal  mailers.     We  import   financial  and oilier experts from the eastern stales and provinces,'men of  reputation   in "their  own   lines;  Ihey give us remedies; we adopt  thousand wonder why Ihey turn  oul   badly, y forge I ling   lhal. lhe  different condilions of this province, nol known or thoroughly  realized by these experts, create  a different silualion, which destroys thc usefulness of the remedy devised.  "There is no other province,  stale or counlry on lhe face "of  the civilized globe where 'over  95 per cenl of the lolal population is found .wilhin the borders  of organized municipalities, nor  Miss Marie Murdoch was recently married at Lacomb, Alta.  sr  rs  Mrs. Dr. Keith and children  are returning from Mabel Lake  lhis week. i  x  Mrs.' Marley. and sons  returning homc from the  on Friday.  Mrs. E. B. Dill and  are   concluding   their   slay  Mabel Lake this week.  are  lake  daughter  Mayor Gray, of New Westminster, and Mr. C- A. Welsh,  President of Big Coast Fair,  Pleased With Their Visit.  at  another.    Recognizing Hint Vic-.|Ovcr 80 per ccnl wilhin the boi  toria cannol meet ils obligations  on a basis of the value of the  lands in her. lerrilory, thc Legislature -lias   fixed   an'arbitrary  _:-value-of" %15.Q00.000 on her  property, and -.authorized., a  wholesale -readjustment"-of'- all  local improvement taxation. Thc  -undersigned   submits -IhaL^the  - whole syslcm has.broken down,  ;-and, no--amouni   of   tinkering  .within lhc presenl scheme of, lhc  net,can meet lhc situation."  .    Speaking-* to    lhc    Allorncy-  *��������������������������� General in-his reporl; Solicitor  'RfcPtarmicl says plainly what hc_  thinks', and it may be because of  this plain  speech   lhat he was  fired  hy  lhc  Attorney-General.  ffe savs:  "The undersigned is aware  lhat lhc above is.not new talk-  Steadily, yeat; by year, before  the municipal committee of the  J-|ouse the undersigned has represented lo commillcc lhe goal  to which the municipalities were  - heading and has suggested remedies, to them aud to your predecessor as Finance Minister,  and, before that, to thc Hon. Mr.  Powscr. Steadily, also, your very  ah)e inspector oL municipalities  has. to my knowledge, both  orally and by official memorandum pressc������������������l~nptsirliis-chi clMh iv  seriousness of the situation. The  executive of thc province has  heen. approached on several occasions bv deputations from lhe  Union of British Columbia Municipalities. There was ca deputation Ihis spring, who were afforded :mi opportunity of meeting lhe Cabinet on lhis question,  and tluMUidersighed remembers  that lh������������������' Premier then seemed  of opinion, lirsl. thai because his  governmcnl did nol create the  situation, but Un. municipalities  did. lhe situation was not for his  government lo cope wilh, hut  (or the niiclicpi.lilies, and, second, that the situation could be  met bv a lightening if lhc bell  and the laking off of thc coat  and going to work. Thc undersigned' ventures mosl humbly  and respectfully lo considcrHhis  n most superficial view of the  situation. ,  "True, this government tfitl not  create the situation; but Uie  .legislation in forceJTbroughl mlo  King bv former governments  did, and truly this government  bas striven to palliate the situation as il has been presented  from time to time, although thcy  have nol attempted hitherto the  onlv effective relief possible.  BuU because during all this period of���������������������������'inflation and depression,  until you cameJ to occupy the.*  seat  of  dcrs of strictly cily municipalities. ��������������������������� Tbis makes a 'big difference in Jhe financial, situation.  Anolher factor of difference is  lhal,'broadly speaking, thc financial affairs of our'province arc  .not, in -iSiii-1 owir h'andsV The'  banks; which give-lis all our  floating '.capital, into which wc  put .'our-own idle moneys, arc  'managed by persons'3.000 miles  away, ' and not by personstal  hoincjiilerestcd in our projects  by tics of ** friendship or even  actfuainiancc. As lhe ownership"  of land forms "'no asset to" us in  banking circles, for under Sec.  88'ol" tlie. Bank act no bank can  make a loan based on land sc-  Dicd���������������������������At East Molescy, Eng.,  on, Aug. 2nd, W. D.-Gcorge, of  Rivermead Ranch, Grindrod.  x  Jas. Murphy-was called to his  homc in Ironwood, Mich., by the  serious  illness   of ,his  mother.  se  See "Ullus,"  lhe-"man  from  the dead," in "The Hand of Vengeance," Enderby Theatre, Monday, Sept. 1st.  Mrs- Walker and children will  return from Mabel Lake this  week, where Ihey enjoyed the  pasl two months.  x  Jas. McMahon & Son sold another Gray Dort the pasl week,  Mrs.  Weir, of.Grindrod, being  lhe fortunate purchaser.  ������������������#     -  Rev. W- Stott of Armstrong,  will conduct evening service in  the   Presbyt rian* Church,  En  derby, on Sunday, Aug. 31st. 7.  X  Lieut. Wm." Ahier returned  from Overseas recently, arid on  Saturday ..visited ..'the home:: of  Mivahd Mrs."Chas". Strickland.''  x 7  The regular services will be  held ncxt Sunday at St. George's  Church; Holy Communion; 8 a.  m., Matins and Litaiiy, 11 a.m.;  Evensong, 7.30 p.m.      -   V  Miss Kelly returned from thc  fruit orchards ih the vicinity of  Kelowna',' where she spent thc  picking season. Shc resumes  employment in thc ollice of the  " " Mills, -v- . ; T  x  ~AH bush fires in the vicinity  En derby, -JJJ Grindrod.'- and Mara  are in a much >less dangerous  condition th'a'ii Ihey were a.week  agW- though..all VircVstilltbeing  guarded, day and  night.  Okanagan Saw  X    -Mr; .Geo. Caldcii passed out .of  the Valley on -Friday last,-going  to Victoria." He1' was accompanied by his bride. They are  on lhcir honeymoon trip, after  which thev will return to Ver*  non lo reside      ������������������ ' ':  x :  Miss Gyle., neicc of .Mrs. H.  McKee, is visiting her aunt this  week.   Miss Gyle is from.CaJjr  curily. our Jand is not-held in fornia, and it is the intention of  any quaiilily by  class.    There, is  such as exisls in  The Provincial Exhibition to  bc held at New WVlminsler.  Sept. 29th to Oct. 4th, inclusive,  promises to eclipse anything of  thc kind ever held at tbe coast.  Somc $50,000 in new buildings  already arc being completed to  accommodate thc increased exhibits, particularly in live stock.  Every district in Hie Province  that has anything to exhibit, is  entering with enthusiasm, and  thc quality pf thc exhibits certainly will be the best Brilish  Columbia has seen.  ' This is the good word brought  to the Okanagan lhis week by  Mayor. Gray, of New Westminster and President Welsh of thc  Royal Cily fair association.--On  Monday these gentlemen arrived  at Penticton. Here they were  assured of a district- exhibit  worthy of that favored locality.  At Summerland and Kelowna  lhcy mel many individual growers and shippers who arc preparing to exhibit.  At Vernon another large exhibit was promised. Here thcy  were taken in hand by Manage:  Dobie, of the Okanagan Telephone Company, who assisted  them iii covering Armstrong,  Enderby and Salmon Arm Tuesday afternoon;. ,'.���������������������������_���������������������������;  :' At ' Armstrong another district exhibit is being planned;  also.one at Salmon Arm. Local  ���������������������������poui'.ry-aud live stock exhibitors  were, also interview.;..!, ana the  promise was given by many lo  have their best'exhibition stoci;  at thc Fair.'"  :.f In the matter of :ali������������������aclions.  President1 _Wclslv .said thc program embraced liiv gnalest airplane, flying nrd. fancy .stunts  yet'pulled oil al the coast-**- ihe  lacrosse arid baseball ' gam?.,  athletic exhibitions, tight rope  walking and slack-wire performances, etc., all arc preparing'on a large scale to make thc  Exhibition well worth seeing. A  fare arid ii third has been.secured, from, all Interior points,,  arid iv."one-way -freight- rate on  all exhibits. --;   .  Enderby District  News Gathered by  Correspondents  S%    J*     SH    4t*    JS    S%    J  GRINDROD NOTES  sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr sr  rs rs rs rs rs rs rs rB rs rs is rs rs  Miss Bunn has been engaged  lo teach thc  ensuing  lerm here.  Miss Blanche Monk visited  friends at Enderby the past  week.  * fc#  Miss Thclma Parkhurst of  Armstrong visited friends here  a few-days this week.  X  Miss. Eva Hardwick and Miss  Helen Abbott were visitors here  from Armslrong a few davs.  X  - Mr.-E--Clarke and friend,-of  New rBrunswick, arc visiting  friends here for a short period.  sr  Mr. A- R. Price and family left  this  week   for -Kelowna  where  Mr. Price.will finish thc season  picking fruit. - .  ������������������.���������������������������������������������  Married*���������������������������At Salmon Arm; on  Aug." 12," Miss M. S. Manglcman,  formerly   of   Grindrod,  lo Mr.  Charles Vilkc, of Salmon Arm.  ri  Mr. and Mrs. Parkhurst arrived ������������������hcre form thc States this  week and spent a few days with  her daughter, Mrs. H. Tomkinson, before going to their home  iu Armslrong.       " (V  sr       o -  Mr. B. Rosoman, who spent  lhe past, week in thc vicinity of  Vancouver, returned to his  home here a few, days ago. Mr.  Rosoman expects to locate near  Chilliwack instead of Alberta.  x  *���������������������������������������������   j>   **  MARA NEWS  fcr   fcr   fcr   fcr   fcr   fcr  ������������������*   **���������������������������   *���������������������������*   **   ���������������������������***   3*  NOTES  rs  X  Matt Hassen, of Armslrong, ���������������������������  motored to Mara on Sunday.  fcr  Mr- Ferguson has sold his  farm to Mr.Lumslcd, a returned  soldier.  ss  J. Winslow, of Salmon River,  was  looking iip  old  friends';in."  Mara last week.  sr  Miss A. Smith came up from  Sicamous Tuesday, returning by ;  the evening train.  Miss Ella Zellergrcen 'arnved"  home, from   thc coast  the pasl  week, on a vacation.        ^ _  sr  rs  J."Cadden   was   a  visitor, to.  Revelstoke lasl week on Railway  Brotherhood business.  x '���������������������������-..-  Mr., and Mrs. Groves, of Arm-",  strong were noticed amongst'the"'*  Mara,Lake visitors last wcck.TVr ,;  sr    i    '        ���������������������������      .    A'   *-"-'     ,������������������������������������������������������  J. C. 'Dover, assistant-district;';  engineer, was ./looking over" the r  roads;here with",thc local 1'or-frV  man last Friday.  "-������������������ V V- "=.,  rt - -*'-V.  Mcssrs.V Lambert-   &    Wells-,,'  havc their baler in readiness for .  the season's" baling, starting at '  Rupert Davy's place..:,    ^���������������������������.ii:  ,- i  ---I  -J  .-' sK  V-3  -V-.-i  V!"*  '���������������������������5'  ii  .sis  ARMSTRONGCOtjNClL  our mercantile  no   sentiment  some countries  over the ownership of land. Tl  js-(o a large extent simply a  commodity to he bought and  so|d. as*:-one buys, stocks or  shares or general -merchandise;  and if taxation upon lhc same is  placed al.a figure higher, than a  fair percentage of the hi come  lhe people simply let it go, as  Ihey would let go anything else  likely to be held.at a loss."   Lacrosse at fi P. M. gcpt._l   Mr. and Mrs. ftfcKcc'to ma|vC the  trip lo thc Golden State this fall  by auto, to he absent a month or  Iwo  Because of lhe smoky condition of the atmosphere, lhc lacrosse game between Vancouver  and Arnisliong advertised for  G.30 p. m. Monday, Sept. J, will  have lo be called, a I 6 p- nf. Have  an early supper and come. A  dance will follow lhe game in  lhe Drill HaJi, al 0 o'clock.  On Thursday.a game will.be  played between Vancouver and  the all-stars of lhc Okanagan.  This game will be played in Vernon ai 5 p. m.  A .third game, lo be played in  Armslrong,   will   be  later.  "Hand of Vengeance'  W  There is the possibility of ������������������n-  derbyilcs having the pleasure of  dancing.to real Juz������������������ music as  playc'd-hy the jSJmcr's Original  Jazz ha ncl. Harrison Keafc, gen-:  cral agent, will he in^mjerfry-in  a fewcdays and will endeavor |o  arrange a dance under thc auspices of some local society.  X  ���������������������������Ttie-Aruistnong-PiJ|UHaU_and-  drill halls in olher towns are put  lo praclica|"usc, arid arc .made  to serve lhc people. T?hc Enderby Drill Hall stands vacant, and  is of no practical use to anyr  body. Will somebody tell us  why thc Enderby Drill H������������������ll can  not be made use of the same as  olher drill hall's are used? ,  *     K   .    ~ .  Mr. 13. Rosoman returned  from lhe coasl this week, where  he went lo find a suitable farm  for himself with thc milder  coast climate. Hc cxpccls to |o-  anno\mced,eale near Vancouver, in close  (ouch wilh lhe market by tram  line and lhe C-,P. R.. and where.  ihe   farms  are  nothing  liiggcr  than 40 acres, and the farmers  roll in "wealth, made exclusively  They "arc lhc  In response to the request ol j  a  large  number of ils  patrons j from milch cows  the Enderbv Thenlrc'will show [milk  barons"  ,\vho  supply Van-  "The  Hand" of  Vengeance,"  anicouver.  Ifcr  _  amazing  serial    in   10   two-  episodes.   The lirsl episode will  be shown  on Labor Day. Mondav,  Sept.   lsl,  and   weekly  on  Monday nighls.    Willi lhe serial jt  lhere will be shown each week a  feature   and,  a   comedy.     Don't  fail lo see lhc first episode.'  For Labor Day a snecial pro-  The ladies of St.George's W.  A. presented Mrs. Warwick and  Mrs. Hatcher wilh valuable ar-  icles of remembrance al lhcir  lasl meeting, a. week ago/ in  recognition of the faithful services of these ladies as members  of  lhe society.  vIt is  to be re-  gra m  Notice Given to All arid Sundry  that No Account will lie Paid  fJnless Requisition is.Shown.  Jt was .decided-' aU the Jast  meeting of the A/mstrong Cily  Council, in response to a suggestion of Auditor Crehan; that  "no. goods, shall he purchased  and no repair work done without St requisition from cither the  City Omcc or the chairmen ol  the various departments, and all  merchants he notified that no  payment wiJJ he made of any  account unless a requisition can  }ic. produced for cither supplies  purchased or repair work done.  The Council granted permission to the Salvation Army to  hold a tag dav on September 25.  . On motion of. Aldermen  Thomson and Gregory lhe action of the Mayor was. rescinded  bv the Council, and the fire pcr-  nuWssued=to=Mr.=.L-LaiuU>y-Jh.e  fire warden remain in force.  A communication rrom Iylr-  f. Timberlakc, complained ol  thc condition of a sceptic tank  on his property. The clerk was  instructed to inform Mr. Tnn-  heiiakc that thc Council cannot  assume any responsibility in the  matter and that hc be requested  to abate thc nuisance.  ��������������������������� Aid. Parks gave notice lhat hc  had from thc 25th inst. suspended lhc use of lawn laps or  the using of watcr for irrigation  between lhc hours of 6 p. in.  and 7 a.m. on week days and all  day cn Sundays, on account ol  thc shortage of watcr.  Aid. Parks .reported the carrying on of some rowdy, intoxicated men who showed no regard for women, children and  sick persons. Thc complaint  was .referred to the chief constable  Aid. Thomson reported that  lie had received complaints  from Mr. Austin with regard to  a cess-pool being dug within a  few'feet-of his residence. The.  clcrk was instructed lo write the  Provincial Board of Health.  A quiet wedding took place at  Harrop last week, when Miss C.  Sutton, formerly,school.teacher  here was married"* to Mr. David  Jones pf En'dcfby.  Mr.'and Mrs.  Jones  will  reside at  the home  near Enderby. .    ...T       ���������������������������  V *      .���������������������������,"'.-'  Bush  fires   arc  still   burning  fiercely at Grindrod. . Thc. fire  on   Grand *'View - Bench'  came  over the hill, nearly getting onto  JIie;iUit.^Se\:craViTCttlc^s.ArPlSM.y  ing"real'danger, as tlie firc is hot  yel under control."- AlRhcavail-  ableJ meiv have .been called put  arid are now doing all thcy,can  lo prevent it spreading liiorc. -  ' Y>  -  News has been received'irom  England -that Sergt. G. D. McEwen is "now able to get about  on" crutches, and that hc was  married a short time ago. Sergt-  McEwen expects to be able to he  in Grindrod before snow Hies.  He will have to undergo eight  months treatment in a hospital  at Montreal after visiting here.  The sad news was received  from England this week that  Mr. AV.- T>. George had, passed  away. Mr. .George was formerly  a resident of Grindrod. lie sailed  for England in May to visil his  daughter. Tic is survived by his  widow and two daughters, M''s-  Gordon-Allan, (England) and  Mrs. T. S. Morton of Grindrod.  The sympathy of thee ommun-  ilv goes, out to lhc bereaved  family iii their great loss,    c  r-s-ssA  y%  J TV,1-.  Si-  IP  ���������������������������->^AzS>k-*4$  7.S'"iS^-^^  thc^^-^Ss  MABEL LAKE NEWS  is  arranged,  showing  in'grellcd that circumstances force jr. x.x st it ic H 5? 38 x ������������������ *  addition   lo   the  serial,  Pauline the   removal  of  Mrs.  Warwick ������������������-   .Kndorbv's.Tax Sale  will  Frederick in  "Out of  llie Sha-.'and Mrs- Hatcher from Enderby * bc jlcit| on September 30th.  dow,"   one   of    her   latest-and to the coast,    in their long resi- ������������������ T.,x Saic expenses-will he  greatest pholo plavs; also a spe-'deuce here  they^have^'wonahe ������������������ aiuiect [ to    all    delinquent  Finance:- Minister,   this Vial comedy. t Music by "   '  provinee and the municipalities Orchestra. -..Holidayspecial,  have had no financial lead^riihip, and 15c.  'it  Enderby high esteem ci all, ancl their Qe- ������������������ [ilxCii unicss paid on or be-  50C|partuve will mean n distinct loss ^ row. September 15lh.  lo tlie coinm unity. kxu'xkkkxxkkxm v  x  i  Things We Want to Enow  What thc homestead inspector thought of some of the "improvements" lhat he was shown  and whether a certain homesteader reallv couldn't find  wherc he had done his slashing?  Whal implements the governmcnl provides for fighting fire,  and whether il isn't a very false  economy having nothing ready?  How many hours, a man can  work at lire" lighting without a  break ?  How the fire fighters like thc  food at onc of their camps?  How many, hours a man docs  work ?  How many hours a man gets  paid for when he has worked?  How the ladies who have jusl  come from city life lo a certain  ranch like the life, and what  they think of being surrounded'  by forest tires?  How many people a Mended  the Hupel school meeting? .  Who stalled thc rumor lhal  one of Ihe bridges on the Mabel  Lake road is goiiig to- bc repaired at once?  How often lhe road boss travels over lhc upper end of llie  road. Fi-Fi.  Mrs. C. Paradis wishes to announce Iho reopening of her  dressmaking parlors- lt  ' Mrs,Treat"-and chiUl^ of Revel-V'.-  stoke have been visiting Mrs^.J-Vv  Bell for a' few,days, Jcavirig for~V  home"by Saturday's train.'Vr VV  -   ''  x       '   - " ��������������������������� -" *"���������������������������'-  Geo. Little and wife arc fish- V;;  ing and boating up". Lynrie V  Narmway, in company with-Mi\:W  and Mrs. Handcock, of, Grindrod1 V'.  : The Misses Masscv of;Calgar\V"4^|^  who^haye" been . visiting -. Uicir>������������������^w^&^  cousih,-LVB. Massey, fdi\scvcriU^|V||S  weeks, returned to.their h6ihbV^,V������������������lii  last week.    c"      v -        J '.  V The "new ^apo'oiritecs   to         r^^^.r,  Mara school stall'-arc Miss-Emi!y.'4^|^  M. Swanh." senior- division. juKr^i^^  .Miss:"A^Marj'bric^MiltricV-Tji.r.rior^#_^^  division.,:   '. v * _.a~ - /_ S;S s/Sl-^������������������m.  ��������������������������� -"*-    "    'x._" ���������������������������- .*r. "tiJ^^M..  ^ThisVveck' wi I r sec" a 1LI hclhiwMS&g^  crop baled.   Besides lhe��������������������������� balci^ot^^g  Messrs. Lambci    " " " '    '"*"  is  thc   Olsori  work ,hcrc.  The hcavv winds latcIyVhavci'f'^l|jS  worked up .thc.bush. fires bri, thc^^^fgil  hills, arid we have been, kept on >;/^%|j  the anxious scat for the past-tcn;^Js\^tS  da vs���������������������������:cspccia|l v those of Jus -wbgZ^^'f/^  sufl'crctl the Mara firc^1  vears ago.   V  r ������������������     -    .       x  "  Quite a number.   _ .   .,_  Mara have been admiring sonic  Sqiiie:-3.*������������������J;������������������3'  - -���������������������������:,', :rj-i:-���������������������������'4i'k"-i ..  of visitors to%'i-r-^S^-71  of the fine-crops of grain, etc.', iri;."V^������������������:^Ti-  this"vicinity, with the result lhat;  tlicrc arc several sales riending;^.  with" returned ^soldiers the.prin-V"  cipals. There are still - sonic-j_  morc openings. --  X .    *.     - - ,.  prank Riches sold his I arm-to."  Mrs. Campbell,  of Larkin. but  she will not  take up residence,-,  until spring.    Frank is lo look /  aflcr it unlillhcn.   Nol wishing  to^lcavetlTcnclitlricttVSIi'^Richcs���������������������������  has  bough I  Mr.   Grieves  house-  rind lot on the bank of the rivcry  near the bridge, west side.  i 'i -^s  S T  Vj  XX X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .';  GEANPVIEW BENCH NOTES ,  X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X x ;  W. Bailey returned from Oka-.,  nagan Centre on Thursday.  X  Born���������������������������On Sunday, Aug. 24lh,  to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tomkinson, a son.  x .  .        -   '  Thc fires  in   this  vicinity arc  still raging in all/directions, and ';  arc doing an enormous amount   ;  of damage  to  timber and  fen-   =  c'ing. but'to date only one-build--  ing has been burned���������������������������lhc stable:"-  of Frank   Russell,   wilh  about-"-'-:  three "ton of hay.    Others have -  had a very close call. "-:  Meeting of Returned Men '     ^  A mccling. of returned menV  will be held on Friday ncxl, Aug ,  2*i)lh, al 8 p.m., in lhe Cily I loll, .  Enderby, wilh the view of shirt- V  inga branch of the G. W. V. A.  Tt "is hoped that as many returned men as possible will at->  tend this mccling.    - _  E. C. .1- L. Henniker. Ll.-Col.    "  .,/.  ji������������������   ^"-���������������������������-���������������������������".i-i  "When a Woman Sins" and  special Fox Comedy, Enderby  Theatre, Saturday, Aug. 30. 35c  and loc. ���������������������������    , OKANAGAN  COMMONER  TJIURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1019  ������������������ftanagatt Commoner  In which is merged The Enderby.Preis and *W������������������lk<r-'������������������ Weakly  Published every Thursday at Enderby, B.C.,  by'Th������������������" Walktr Press, at  per year: f 1.00 aix months.  CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP  THURSDAY, AUG. 28 1919  CONDITIONS IMPROVING  Conditions in thc Okanagan were never better  than now. Business is improving in all lines;  crops are good and prices high. If dilliculty has  been experienced by somc in readjusting from  war conditions lo peace, these dilliculties soon  will he overcome. Homeseekcrs are coming into  the Okanagan in numbers greater than ever before, and they arc buying homes right and left.  Returned men are also locating here in large  numbers; many already have bought, and others  are looking about for suitable locations. Froin  the Prairies many farmers have conic. They are  locating more generally in and abouf Enderby  arid Armstrong, where the land is better adapted  for dairying and truck farming. Several piaccs  have changed hands within thc past month in this  vicinity and other sales are now pending.  There can bc no epicstion as to. the safety of  buying farming land in this vicinity of thc great  Okanagan; A crop failure was never experienced  here. When other districts bave suffered severely  in drought ycars, we in the Okanagan have had  good crops, and there has been no scarcity of produce in anv line.  f AEE OF MONEY  Instead of watching the high cost of living, the  people of Brilain are today watching with hated  brealh lhe fall of the pound sterling. And here  is Ihe rub. II isn't that the cost of living has gone  up. The real trouble is that the value of money  has come down. The dollar or lhc pound sterling  will not buy more lhan one-half as much as it  did before Ihe war- And thc-value of money cop-  "linues to fall. Money is the cheapest thing in the  world today. It is the only commodity that has  not held its own in tbe trying time through w|iic|i  lhe   world   is   passing.    Twenty-five  cents  some  ' years ago would purchase more than one dollar  will buy today.  =i====;=^\\-cvieaii=ineasure^lhe-dccliiicHnMhe^vahieiotL-the  dollar a.s we mcf sure the rise in the cost of living.  ll i.s interesting, therefore, to read in the Canada  Labor Gazette that the average cost of a list of 29  staple foods in 00 cities at the middle of July  was $1.5.77, as compared with $13.72 in June,  0.1513.00 in July, 1918, and $7.42 hi July, J9M.  This is a big subject.    We admit at the start  that wc perhaps do not know any morc about it  than you, dear reader.    So all we intend doing is  to direct your attention to thc subject. A few days  ago five thousand men and women of Winnipeg  met for thc purpose of bringing about a permanent   organization   of    "the   Canadian    Citizen's  League."    The purpose is to give permanence to  thc Gitizen'iS Committee which played such an important part in the recent Winnipeg strike, and to  place the organization on its feet as������������������a Dominion-  wide Committee for  the purpose of service in  time of need whenever and wherever called upon.  With due regard for the good intentions of the  promoters of  the organization,  and  with  some  knowledge of the good work.accomplished..by* the  Committee in the trying times of the industrial  strike, there is.much to be said in favor of such  an organization as is proposed.   And, yet, on the  other hand, it is not a proposition that will appeal  to all.   There is something aboul it that sets one  part of the community against the othcr; something of the Pharasec in its claims and purposes.  The objects' of thc proposed league are good,  however, for they arc "the inculcation of the best  Canadian  ideals;   the cultivation   of respect  for  Canadian law; the proper maintenance of constitutional  government  and  the combating  of  all  forms of propaganda tending lo subvert our established Canadian institutions"  While these objects arc good, it does seem a  bit ludicrous that in these days, aflcr all these  ycars of established government in Canada, a  body of intelligent men and women should really  feel that a national association for lhc inculcation  of these ideals is a necessity. The great trouble,  seems to be that a very large body of Canadian  citizens have fallen into the error of believing thai  all law and government is a somewhat sacred  thing, quite above reproach and criticism. This  has been lhc opinion of the censors employed  by the various governments during the war days,  but this opinion is rapidly changing. These people are led away by tliis thought; thcy believe  lhat any word of criticism of lhc law or the established order'of things is an act of disloyally,  and that the culprit giving expression lo bis mind  should be banished forthwith.  'i t  Under-autocratic rule in law judges are delegated to act for the King. With us in Canada the  courts and thc governments act for thc people,  judges and government ministers also be wrong.  It is ludicrous for any person or number of persons to set up the cry that, the courts or the government must not bc criticised by the people. It  is, moreover, a dangerous and foolish notion. Our  courts and thc government must bc watched,  criticised, regulated and restrained by public  opinion. Free criticism is. the one safeguard  against an arrogant, slipshod and dishonest bench  or a vaccillating crooked government. For its  own good a court and a government should welcome criticism, not repress il: We in Canada  abide hy flic decisions of our courts; wei island in  defense of the government in power, but the man  who thinks he lias been wronged by a court or by  the government should have the privilege of saying so-.  >  -New Fall Merchandise  Arriving on Every Train  i���������������������������  -!  \ Every day something new is shown in Fall Goods.    Here'  \ are a few of the new weaves in Dress Materials^  be sent you by return mail.  Write us for samples, which will  NEW SERGES ,  All pure wool' qualities, in British Seisgcs, abso- j  tutcly .fust and dependable (lyes. New., autumn j  tones of Beaver, Mvi'tle, Green, Brown, Wine, Navv  and Black. Worth $3.00. Width, 42 inches;  Price,   .  . . .  $2.25   yard  BOTANY SERGES  Not all wool, but very smart in appearance, air-'  reliable tor wear. The dyes are absolutely fast.  Tlie shades are Seal Brown, Bed. Wine, Dark" Green  Saxe, Navy, Taupe, Grey and Black. Width, 40  inches;   Price  , .    ������������������1.95 yd  AMALGAMATION AWftOVEJ)'  LAW ANP LAW-RREAKERS  We arc all entangled in the meshes of the law,  and while law promotes and conserves our liberties in some directions, it curtails them in  others. In the past, and it is so today, there have  been severe penalties imposed for cpiestioning the  justice of thc laws���������������������������laws��������������������������� were supposed to be  sacred things. And any man who expressed a  doubt as to thc righteousness of certain laws was  assumed to be the enemy of the state and was  speedily dealt with. And yet wc all know that if  some men had not questioned the justice of the  law and defied the law, there would be today no  such thing as freedom. Thc saviors of thc world  have all becn law-breakers. From this it must  nol bc assumed that all law-breakers are saviors.  However, progress springs from doubt, and until  men arc dissatisfied with the present order there  ���������������������������is nothing better for them in the future. It is in  Ihis fact, and thc general turmoil thai is going on  Ihe world over, that wc can hope for belter laws  and belter conditions in thc future.  Mosl  people  are  unhappy because   they  wear  themselves out hunting for happiness.  A meeting of the provincial directors of the  United Farmers of Rritish Columbia' was held al  Kamloops on the 23rd, with the following members present: Messrs. Geo. Clark. Sidney; .1. L.  Pridham; Kelowna; W. E- Chappie, Armslrong;  Walter Shipley. Canoe; C. W. Greer, Kamloops;  .f. ]\. JJrown. Vernon, and W. E. Smilh, Revcl-  stoke. President Copeland recounted lhc steps  leading up lo lhc conference al Vancouver of  rcprcsch UT( i vesrort litrpff r iTfcTs'T usti l u itnVt I v i sow  lioard and the United Farmers respecting lhc  amalgamation of the two organizations. Favorable discussion followed and amalgamation of  the two bodies was cordially approved- The resignation of W. fL. McTaggart as secretary-treasurer  was reported by President Copeland. Mr. .1. f\.  Brown of Vernon was elected to succeed him.  It was thc opinion of all members of Ihe provisional directorate of thc associstion that such  an amalgamation of the organizations named  would prove most heneficisl to the best interests  of the farming commimily. This, too, is the  opinion of all farmers who havc given the subject  any thought. Thcy see in the multiplying 'of organizations covering the same field great loss of  effort and weakened cohesion.  SETTLERS FLOCKING TO CANADA  Since the beginning of the year, 15,434 settlers  have entered Western Canada, bringing with  them, according to ollicial records, money and  personal property valued at $8,572,893. Of this  number Manitoba secured 2001, Western Ontario  429, Saskatchewan 502G, Alberta 6154 and British  Columbia 592. Almost all of the immigrants are  farmers with their families. Many of Ihem are  taking homesteads, while some arc buying improved farms.  The majority of these settlers were from   lhe'  United Stales, while  many came  from  England  and other friendly European countries.  <  CHECK TWEEDS  Very smart checks in tlie dark colors; excellent j  for Suits, Skirts, etc., also I'or Children's > wear: j  width, '10 inches;  Price    Sl.!)f) yard   |  KIMONA CLOTHS  A beautiful quality Eiderdown Cloth, soft a.s  pure wool, Stockingelle /back; colors. Sky, Saxe,  Bose, Bed, White; width, 51 inches; Price, $1.5)5 yd  PREPAID  MELTON VELOURS  Satin finish Melton Velours.' A splendid cloth  for suits and .skirts:, colors Navy, Dark Green,  l);lrk Brown'and Black;'" Width, 51 indices;  Price , $2.75   yd  BIG SPECIAL ON DOWN COMFORTERS  British-made Comforters of purified Down;  Silkctte  Coverings;  colors  all  Moral;  blues,, pinks,  and   greens;     Full   bed   size .$10.50,  Single-bed   size    .-. .     7.50  Crib size    $4.95  Baby   Carriage  size    2.95  '!'.  The Hudson's Bay Company  Mail Order Department If.  VERNON, H. C.  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-21018.  British Columbia Interior Store  rw^^*������������������w������������������msHa*rrrrwrri^  The  Hardware Business  We Can Supply You  with the goods you  need at Lowest  Genuine Linoleum al $1.90 per: square yard'  Congoleum Rugs, $18.00, $20.00 and $22.50.  Feltol Floor Oil Clolh, 90e per sq. yard-   .  McClary's Famous Garry Ranges .with reservoir  and high closet,.polished top, while enamel fronl,  No. 9, six cooking holes, onlv $89.00.. -*   .  Olher McClary Ranges froni $(50.00 io $75.00:  You have a large stock lo choose from.  ^ .   We are adding to our crockery line and can  supply your wauls in lhis line.  Have you seen lhe Glass Oven Pishes for puddings, pies and bread. Glass thai will stand oven  heal and nol break. '   -  ffere are a few more of the J4nes  CarriecMjjy us: ;  Here are a few more of' lhc  lines carried by ns.  Aluminum Ware.  The famous Sharpies ('ream  Separator, $70-00, $80.00, $95.00  ami $110.00.  Churns and Delivery Cream  Cans. -  Washing Machines.  Alarm Clocks, Watches and  Chains.  Pocket and Table Cutlery.  Razors.    Gillelt     and     Auto  Strop , Shaving Soap and  Rrushcs.  Pcndray's Waler Glass.  Electric Sad   Irons,  Common.  Sad Irons.  Electric Lights.  Flash Lights.  Cleveland Ricycles.  Rike Tires and Accessories.  Rale Tics. Barb Wire, Plain  Twist wire $6.00 per roll-  Thc Famous White  Machines, $65.00 and $75.00  Sewing Machine Needles for  all niachincs.  Rutter Crocks.  Sewing  V.vi*  .^s ("rales.  (KCedar Mops.  R. H. English Paints for.all  purposes.  Rrooms, Mops and Rrushcs.  .Loggers' Supplies.  Camp Kei I les.  ==^V>^sVSi^vlr1fnd"_W''cc|gcs; ���������������������������  Handles,  Grindstones-  Peevies and Cant Hooks.  Shovels and Spades.  Garden I lose.  Granilcware and 11 nware.  Oils for automobiles, cream  separators and farm machinery.  \ Pa iii I Oils.  Rudders' Supplies.  Window Glass.  Sash and Doors at factory  prices.  Nails, Felt and Tarred Paper.  Roofing^Ruilders' Tools-  Locks and Hinges.  Pumps, Rath Tubs, Closets,  Sinks, Iron Pipe and Pipe Fit-  lings.  by    good  Plumbing and  Sheet  Metal  Work  mechanics.  Wc appreciate your trade and aim to give you  the best all round hardware service that is pos-  ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������ siblc. ��������������������������� ;"������������������������������������������������������ "o *  Fulton Hardware  ^^  Enderby THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1919  OKANAGAN COMMONER  MEET ME TO-NIGHT AT  LEONARD'S BILLIARD  PARLOR  Cigars, Cigarettes, Etc.  Pipes and. Pipe Tobaccoes  Good  Summer  Reading  The best copyright* ,  Reprints by tht b*st  authors  75c each,  3 for $2  All the latest maga|li)������������������i  LOOKING  FOR  TROUBLE  Outlook for the Coming Winter  Not Pleasing���������������������������Unemployment  of Thousands Certain  A. REEVES  Drugs and Stationary  Subscriptions taken for any  magazine /  Ollicials of the Soldiers' Civil  Re-cstablishment Department,  who are in close touch with industrial conditions throughout  British Columbia, regard the  labor outlook on thc Coast as  anything but promising.  In conversation a "syitli the  "Province" Mr. G. H. Dean, unit  director in British Columbia of  the S.C-R.,,pointed out that thc  situation here is greatly aggravated by the fact that many  thousands of men returning  from overseas have elected to  take their discharge in this province instead of returning to their  former homes, lt is estimated  that the total number of men  to be taken care of will not be  far' short of 00,000. While a  number of these men bad situations open to them, ancl others  have  already   been   found   cm-  {iloymcnt,  there will  remain  ax  arge number for whom, under  present conditions, employment  is not available.  Iii Mr. Dean's opinion, the  duly, solution of the problem lies  in the initiation of an extensive  program of public works, far iii  excess of anything yel proposed  by the authorities. Hc regards  the outlook as serious for the  coming fall and winter, and is  anxious that the situation and  peculiar conditions existing in  this province should bc clearly  understood at Ottawa.  Rumors arc current that a decision has been made by the Dominion government * to extend  the period. of gratuities on a  hiodiiicd scale; equalizing fo a  large extent the further amount  to be paid.. While this may relieve the situation somewhat for  (lie  time being it is  not  con  easier, probably than for. some  months past, the lot of the  skilled, mechanic and semi-professional man , shows no improvement. There are .opportunities for employment as laborers  on railroad construction and  othcr work of this kind, but this  is not attractive to a skilled man  who has his family in one of lhe  citites, and lhere are a large  number of men in lhis class a I  present without prospect of  work.    .  CROP   CONDITIONS   POOH  Latest Winnipeg Report Indicates That Recent Rakis Improved Growth in Some Parts  The latest Winnipeg "Free  Press" crop report published indicates that in the sixteen days  which havc elapsed . since lhe  previous report conditions in the  prairie provinces have changed  materially for the better in some  sections and for lhe worse in  others. Wheat in the wesl is  virtually two weeks ahead of-an  average harvest since 1905. As  seeding was not exceptionally  early it follows that the crop has  not conic to harvest under normal conditions in any of the  provinces. ������������������  In Manitoba only a very lew  points report no rust, and the  majority complain of rust damage running from 5 to o() per  cent., though heavy damage is  reported from limited areas.  It is evident, however, the report states, that thc bumper crop  which was so fully indicated at  the end of June has been reduced from live to ten bushels  an acre, and some districts even  more- This damage is by no  means all attributable lo rust.  though that disease-is-responsible for the greatest loll, but the.  unusually hot days from July 17  to 20 had their serious effect.   A  feed, iv: number of Points report lhal wilh a-conlinualion-of  the presenl weather lhere will  even be suniciei.it \'qq<\ to carry  them through the winler. Some  points in lhe'soulh wesl say lhe  wheal yield will he from three  lo eight hushels, bul with Unbalancing up of lhe northeastern part of lhe province lhere is  possibly an average yield o  bushels. Pa-ports indicate  oats will nol average; a I  most,  more  lhan  20 bushe  len i  thai!  lhe I  s  lo  JUisl   is  reported   in  rids in  lhe north and  lhe acre,  some dis  easl.  In Alberla the long drought in  lhe soulh has been broken, the  heaviest genenul rain in years  having fallen. It came too late  to help any crop excepl laic oals  and llax, bul il will do untold  good in producing feed for slock  and place land in good condition  for next year. Edmonton districl reports a possible average  of -10 bushels o!' wheal, bul the  average i.s nol large; Erskinc,  2.1; Lamonl, 20. and Munson,  20. Oulside of Ihesc points reports indicate vields of from two  lo Id teen bushels, wilh live lo  seven a common average. Coarse  grain crops are light, some  points reporting thai they will  be cut for feed.onlv.  *\.  -tn.  Breaking Up Setting Hens  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. It is"always a pleasure to the eye and ear���������������������������a lasting, permanent  pleasure to yourself and to your children after you.  PATHE  during  Mary had a litfie calf  tt was as white as snow,    .  Every time she put her stocking  on      .  In (hat calf would go.  An African frog sounds a call  under water which can be heard  for miles. V       _   CT  _.  __ heavy rain last week, fairly gen-  sidered in ollicial circles that'it eral/is, thought lo have partially  can bd regarded as a solution Tilled the need for light rain I'or  of The problem.    Many men in development   of   the   lale   oals,  Receipt of post-discharge gratui  ties nave felt, not urinaturally,  lhat they are entitled to a prq-  loiiged   holiday.   With,   further  bay in cuts coining in they may  be  tempted   to  take  a  further  holiday, but at the end of that pears   to  have  been  fteriod their position will be no provcmeiit, if any,  Better than it is at present as far |local rains have  as employment is concerned  barley and llax crops. The oals  crop i������������������ light, though some districts report an average of from  45 to 60 bushels. Many districts  are short of harvest help.  In   Saskatchewan    there   ap-  lillle   im-  The problem  of breaking up  the seller lhal is undesjrable is  al lhe fronl almost daily  hot weather.  The broody bird should nol be  permilled lo remain on the nest  more Hum one high I. Such an"  offense should convict hcr beyond doubl- Taken���������������������������lhus in,lime  the breaking up will be an easy  iask.  Pul her in a cage with a skilled  bottom, or in any strange place  where lhe suggestion of Ihe nest  and lhe possibility of selling  i-rc completely out of her mind.  Feed her as you would jl* you  desired her lo lay' every day.  Two or three days of such kind  treatment should make hcr forget lo cluck and send her back  wilhin lhe week in better laying condition lhan before she deil wheat, but'eided lo raise a family. Re palhe licnt wilh her.    Try to gel hcr  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  surrounding's.  Pathephone  Models, $60  to $385.00  Before deciding,   hear the  Pathephone. , '  Enderby Supply Company, Agents  brightened  -   - IT  Gifts for the Bride  Should, be chosen wilh thc utmost care", as you  naturally wish your gift lo bc a perpetual reminder of lhe giver. Take lhis thought with you  when you go lo the Jeweller, for il' you accept  Jewellery, Silverware, or Cut Glassy that you do  iitil know, you can only expect "fishcrmsn's luck"  ���������������������������sometimes you get good jewellery; often you  don'l.     For   who   can   fell' by the LOOKS how  , jcAvellory,twill wear? " '    '        "7" * '-  For/your-prolection, Inly'from Tis," as" wc' lake"'all  Ihe.rcsponsibilily.    We buy only from manufacturers   whose  goods  have a "known   reputation."  And, as wc sell,for cash only, wc can afford to   , V'  sell for less than others.   Wc say wc sell cheaper ���������������������������       " ":  .Hum ANY Jeweller in the Interior of R. C, and   '= " V  we can. prove il. "*',_' r-    -  ci.wnnm   v  MANUFACTURING JEWELLER. WATCHMAKER.,        . JSNGJRAVPft  Vernon, \i. C. .--,'[  -,-&*>��������������������������� s->_  *****--���������������������������-������������������  "si* I  ������������������������������������������������������- -itf-j^ I  J    .  ��������������������������� A-. I  At  li  ���������������������������KUUniey". *%  th������������������  C.   p.   R.   J������������������M  Prince's disposal.  tn addition to tt������������������# "fCillftflW" tflt  train is to bave ������������������ aecoftO fflt#t#  ear,  the "Cromarty",  frtlotglfi U������������������  . Commander, J. _K.-U-.HpM'. Tl>������������������  "Cromarty" is finished 'l Ht<l������������������*#<Hl  ind fitted with every comfort IfPtf l*������������������r  ������������������ble. The remainder of th# tflM������������������  consists ot \be compartment car  "Empire", tbe di������������������ipg c������������������r "C������������������n*d������������������",  two sleeping cars the "Carnarvon"  Mid the "Chester", ������������������n4 -��������������������������� tfcf c������������������r  "Chinook", with two ba*#������������������M *������������������r������������������  tt tbe bead of the train. .  The engine and - sev<sf#.| of th#  cars, notably the "Chinook", M>e  compartment and baggage caw. l������������������#V*  been completed for the ocCpaion,  but are specially interest!*! In tfrft  tbey are tbe first of a new iierlea  tbat have been adopted for tfce  entire C. p. H. System, and ������������������������������������"*  equipped with .everything that ������������������������������������������������������  modern in railway carriage building-  After this Journey these cars will  be drafted into the regular service.  Puring bis visit to Canada Ue  Prince of Wales will live on thf  train for about two month*, inaKitig  tbe "Killarney" bis feeftAMiftrttap  throughout the trip. The frito If ������������������p-  cordiogly equipped with' q>0flf������������������������������������. fft-  vices and conveniences,.>'tbtl#' Enabling the Prince and hia iutt* to  enjoy as nearly as possible the cow-  forts of a stationary dwelttnf., Nothing has been overlooked fr#lj* tM  handle set at tbe royal M4*i4t to  regulate tbe temperature ���������������������������* t>#  stateroom, which is a st^dar.d appliance in Canadian Pacij|e lQb}p-  ment, to the telephone tji&t *ft������������������M  him in touch with all Hl*f & ������������������������������������*  In order to distinguish it from all  otber cars on the line, the "Kil-  larnev" will bear tbe coat of arjjs  of the Prince of Walef, having  beneath it the inscription "leh 4ion ���������������������������  The car is entered by P������������������*������������������������������������������������������ *' J  small observation plattttf* at the  rear, small yet large ������������������������������������������������������������������������****���������������������������������������������;  commodate several arm tttirt frow  which the royal M*r g������������������ *������������������,* JJ"  Joinders of the: *a4gte W m  ifanctnatihf ***** Hm:_%_M  Jprairtes. The lwt u^MMBtJil ^g  ���������������������������'also devote* to oooowwMpi/^-f^PT  pact little room fitted with ��������������������������� lounge,  easy chairs, a table and electric-  fans. On rainy days or in cold  weather the passing scenery may be  viewed more pleasantly through ������������������h<*  large windows on either side, lhan  from the planfotm oulside. A speed  recorder add* interest <o Uie constant enllceJiseiii ot llie jounif.v,  While an air presmnv naunt ImllCHteh  the application of the bin lies l>y the  engineer.  Negt to t������������������������������������e observation compartment comes a section devoted to ilii1  Prince's secretary, af"4'" whleh ope  reaches the bedroom to be ocoijpitd  by His Royal Higtmess in person.  A rich simplicity rharactertzes this  compartment, wh'oli is finished m  white mahogany iiilaid wich a fi������������������������������������-  tine of ebony outlining tbe pane!*..  Built into the walls stcroas lhe end  is the bedstead, finished with little  ornamentation in the white nial'og;-  any of the room, over the bed may  be pulled a roller curtain to protect  the occupant from the dust and  draughts of the ventilators in th.������������������  celling. The door is a full length  mirror ahd an oval glass is set above  the dressing table. The fittings of  the dressing table and toilet are  brass in harmony with the woodwork and a large receptacle is  screwed Into the wall to hold a  thermos bottle for hot or cold drinks  during the night. Next to the royal  bedroom is a second stateroom,  witb two berths stmilar to tM firtt  ajoigned to the aaweta/y. T*������������������ in  a alette in the wall it a a**** bath  of wkite tilea a*4 Hf^nin.  Train Carrying the Prince of  The centra! portion of tho cur is  devotfd to thc dining room wliich is  tastefully decorated In royal blue..  Beneath the little extension tabic ih  a heavy pile carpet of blue, with six'  chairs upholstered in tapestry to  itiiiteh. The curtains and even the  drawers of the siileboaul carry oul  lhe color scheme, lor the silver  table service reposes between divisions of blue tapestry velvet, between the sideboard ami the window  is h secretaire with pens and pap<"  ready I'or many soclul notes that  will he imposed upon the Prince ami  his secretary. Above it is a miniature bookcase/just luri;e enouyh  for a few delightful volumes specially furnished, and all by Canad.an  authors.  With steel walls finished in imitation mahosany. a kitchenette.  pantry, icebox, service counter, charcoal heater and chef's "bedroom, havr  been fitted into limited space beyond  the dining room.       ,  The compariTr.ent oar "Empiro" if-  reminiscent of an Enslish coach, U-a  the seats are partitioned olf ^ nnd  joined only by the narrow corridor  that runs down the loncth c! Ihe  car. At each end is a eomrr.orl:ou*=  drawingroom with a sofa in add'fior  to the upper and lower b������������������rths. The  color scheme of th������������������ compartTiT'iT  car is grey and sren, the srsy of  the marbleized wa'l finish co'ura������������������t-  ing happily with thc -:i-ern oi Hi'  heavy frisette plush upholstery. In  each room is to be found an individual heating control.  The' members of the Prince's lm-  Wales Throuffh Canada,  mediate suite will occupy the "Killarney" and dine with him in tho  exclusive dining room laid for six.  Six more can" be accommodated in  the "Cromarty", but a special cat-  will be provided for the remainder  of the party. The main diner :s a  pleasant place where tables lot four  and tables for two are placed in  the windows down each side of tho  ear. The rich brown tones of tho  <\iban mahoyany walls and ceilings  combined with the green hanuin.c.s  and accentuated with inlaid lined ot  saiinwood harmonize bcautitully.  The diner will accommodate thirty  por.sons at a sitting.  The thice remaining slcepors present ooiy one feature of exceptional  miei-ebi "lo the travelling public well  acijuainted with the details of .the \  C. P. 11. sleep! r.t,' cars. Tucked away  .n a corner is a dispensary as shipshape as the doctor's office on a  .itiip. A sp'cia! chair has been ar-  .-aimod for th" patient if such there  he. and the shov.-piece of the little  office is a patent li^ht fixture with  which Iho physician can examine  thn throat. ** ,  In one of thc bassraare cars the  rl'"':clor"t nnd \Vorkroom of tho  o:Tci.'.l p1 ito'irapher have been ar-,_  landed. The -e ar������������������ shower baths and ~  slcepnp compailments in the bag-  ';-'40 cir- too, aad cold storage cupboards  where    the    chef    keeps his  "VV  An an'-iliary generator is  also msialie-d heic, to provide electric light throughout the train If it  is stationary for.any length of time,  Are you gom'g- to 4o %ny  PuiWing- or Repairing*  . This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES: "  No. 4 Ceiling, Flooring and Siding. .$20.00 per.M  iN^2_DimciisionT2x4=aTicr2xG $2K004=pCi,~M=  16-inch Slab Grccu Wood   $2.50 per load  V il  OKANAGAN SAW M1U-S, Ltd. enderby  0  >og_������������������(Q  0  Do You Want Something f  Electrical  and cannot gel il in lown, write, wire or phone to  The Okanagan Electric |  I  Vernon  Wc pay express lo Armstrong and Enderby  Agents   lor  Northern   Electric  I-arni   Lighting  Plants.  o<=������������������o������������������:  rMI  *������������������()<;  llaving helped lo adjust llie situation'- in  Europe, we arc back a I  llie old stand ready I'or-  business ��������������������������� .painting,  kalsomining, p a p or  liauging. Try     our  prices.  ���������������������������.  G.  PIPER  Box 43 Enderby  Softer Than Jim's  "Is your tunic padded?"  miralcd   tlie   lovclv   Ainclia   to  v>        ������������������n bi  Sergt. Jones as she reposed  gracefully on his manly breast:  "No; bul why do you ask  that?'* he proudly inquired:  "Because il is so much softer  than Sergt. Green's or even  Sergt.-Major Brown's."  They, don't even speak now. OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY AUGUST 28, 1919  UrcpcSirol Kraft  llEttEIIS  SSJSME  VUfitefOJL FOR  ^fi^ER 500  S'lk^lADE   IN  Prize List Now Ready  ing," but no candid confession  that profiteering is not general,  that many commercial and pub.  lie companies are content with  reasonable profits, and that the  (Montreal Star) [restrictions which a few strong  Wherc are the advocates of j concerns could bear would drive  the old gospel of retrenchment 8 a multitude of weaker com-  and reform? If ever there was panics into bankruptcy,  a time in Canada when such There are degrccs.of profiteer-  teaching was needed it is now. ing. Many companies with a  When the war began the public small margin of profit have  debt was $326,000,'000. ll is now grcally increased their total in-  nearlv   $2,000,000,000.     But    a iconic, but .thq chief'explanation  The   1919  Victory Fair Prize  List i.s  now ready for distribution.    This is the besl  list ever  presented lo the exhibiting public for an\- fair in the interior of  B. C.   Get your copy  now and  start right in lo make plans for  helping   to   make   this   thc best  Fair   ever    held   at   Armstrong.  Thc   specials   offered   this  year  cannol be equalled by lhe Coast  fairs.    Many live slock exhibits  are coming from the Prairies.  A.  C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.   ���������������������������  INSURANCE *  Bell Elk. Enderby, B.C.  *^-H_l  W&  23  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets 2nd &tth   Monday eve  in Miisonic Hall.    Visitorscor-  ilially invited to attend.  CKO. K. SIIAKTIi C. C  H. M. WALKER, K. R. S  ' R. J. COI..TA.UT. M'.F.  S. II.  SI'EEIiS  W.M.  A.F. &A.M.  Enderby Lodfrev No. -10  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at S p. in. in Masonic Halt. , Visiting  brethren  cordially   invited  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  multitude of people in all classes  seem to think lhat wc can best  meet the situation by huge new  expenditures, restrictions upon  induslry and reduced production.  A year ago we all looked  to  the,era   of  reconstruction  with  apprehension.   Wc believed that  it would .be'dillicult lb turn the  industries* from Avar production  to peace production, and that we  would do well il' wages could be  maintained and munition workers   and   returning  soldiers   reestablished in civil life wilhoul  a period of serious industrial depression-     We   recognized   thai  without economy in private and  public   expenditures,   and   sympathetic    co-operation    between  the  workers  and   employers   to  increase   production,   thc   common   burden   would  be intolerably heavy, and sooner or later  a  situation   which  dismays   the  countries   of   Europe   would   bc  created in Canada.  Bul. instead ol" economy, we  havc "waste and extravagance.  Instead of industrial unity and  stability, we have unrest, disorders and tumult. Instead of  co-operation to maintain wages  and increase Production we have  conflict and paralysis in various  branches of induslry and demands upon employers and  upon thc public treasury which  threatens general disaster if  wiser councils do not prevail. In  tlfe press there is exploitation of  grievances and indiscriminate  denunciation of capital. In Parliament there are few speeches  which   reveal  understanding  of  or  ,������������������ppiy  tin  the true situation  lessons of history to the coiuH  tions which we cannot escape.  There is little said to inspire confidence and much lo destroy confidence. There is free and justifiable denunciation of "profiteer-  Now is the time  to order your supplies  for the Preserving Season  We have stocked heavily in all sizes of Sealers:  E-Z, Economy, etc. All kinds of tops avail-  able., Order early and avoid being disappointed should the supply become exhausted.  is lhe enormous demand which  war conditions created. Of these  profits a heavy percentage goes  back  into   the public  treasury.  The     abnormal     demand     of  Europe has forced prices upward  in Canada���������������������������but could we deny  supplies to lhc stricken nations  ofThc   Old   World   or   control  world  Prices.?     There  may  be  companies  which hold food in  storage to  the disadvantage of  consumers, and for these stricter  regulation is necessary and legitimate.   But we cannot afford to  be stampeded by mere suspicion  and  denunciation.     During  the  American  Civil  War  prices  of  food    rose    tremendously,   and  Canada benefited.   But in those  days tlie packing house was in  ils infancy and thc causes wliich  we    now" think    explain    high  prices did not exist.  No one suggests that the farmers of Canada havc raised Prices  by any illegal manoeuvre or  secret combination, or that they  are blameworthy because thcy  sell at war figures. But thc conditions by which they havc profiled havc benefited classes of  labor and many manufacturers.  Thc supreme object of governments which fixed wheat prices  and prices of war supplies was  not to benefit farmers or manufacturers, but to get production,  feed thc armies and sccurc nc-  cessarv war materials- As Sir  Thomas White said the other  dav, with 50,000,000 people  withdrawn from productive pursuits there was bound to bc a  universal disturbance of conditions and Prices, and Canada  could . not avoid thc consequences any more than she  could avoid participation in the  war in Europe. But let us not  bv angry controversy and denial  of primary causes prolong the  evil consequences and tumble  the whole industrial structure  into ruin.  ������������������><  ���������������������������o<  The car of  quality at a  low price.  We^are convinced the  demand in Enderby and  district will be for the  better-class car. And  we have anticipated  this demand by taking .  the agency for the  popular Gray Dort. If  interested let us demonstrate- to you the  car's superior qualities.  Jas. McMahon & Son  New Garage     Vernon Rd.  Autos fdr Hire  0  Let us take your party to  Mabel Lake  The cost isn't so great  Experienced in handling general  Auto repairing  All work guaranteed  **s  W  1  i  +B.  5  *B.  i  i  Jas. McMahon & Son  Vernon Road      > Enderby   [j  MO  Want Ads  "  2c a word hrst insertion, lc a word each insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charge; 10c extra  where caeh dof not accompany order.  "        '���������������������������***"'*''^*^^^^^^*N^'^^*^*^^^*^^^������������������*������������������*W^i^^������������������^l.^  WANTED���������������������������2 young ladies for ollice  work;   knowledge   uf shorthand  and   typewriting  preferred;   permanent position, congenial work  Apply p. Q. Box. 310, Vernon, B.cl  SILVER    PRUNES    for prcservX  or eating. Apply Mrs. Jas. Mowat,  .   .Enderby..  24-'2l  FOR SERVICE ��������������������������� Registered Holstein-Friesian Bull; fee $3; also  thoroughbred Yorkshire I3>mi fee  $2.50.    Harris & Son, Enderbv.!])  Will Handle Local Bonds.  e. p. pjw.  Mes's Wear  Canadian  Groceries  Enderby, #. C.  Food Control JLiccnsc No. 8-17J170.  pure Brea  It is slated on very good authority   that  thc  local   government board    in    Saskatchewan  will  shortly  inaugurate  a. department I'or thc handling    ol'  municipal  bonds.   ' 0 Willi    the  creation of this bond exchange  all municipalities will be able to  havc   lhcir   bonds   handled by  thc board's own broker.     Plans  arc now said to bc> under way  to sccurc the necessary power  from the legislature.   Tbe wwiii  idea underlying the proposal is  lo  provide machinery +'������������������������������������" the  rural municipalities, school dis-  ricts and rural tejepjmi������������������*������������������������������������������������������ companies which have smtfft Issues  to place on the market,-the object being to realize to the hest  advantage at a .minimum.     Jt  was explained that the handling  of thc howls by u central bureau   would have  the cflfect of  bringing thc rural securities almost lb thc level of city flotations, as Jl will enahlc consolidation, permitting purchasers  to  buy in blocks.    ,  A n���������������������������a u to_ drivc_.and_.di.nner._aj.  NOTICE  There will be a sale at the Brook  Farm, about the 15th October. A  few choice young Jersey cows; will  all freshen in October; a pure-bred  bull and somc other stock. All  farming implements; dairy Tubler  suction-teed separator No". 4, just  a.s good as new, and some household stuff. 021-tf  Order your Preserving:  Peaches Now  We carry  everything-you  require���������������������������E-Z Jars,   all sizes Tops, Jar.  Rubbers oi' all kinds and Jelly Glasses.  New shipment of Dishes on hand*   "  Give us your orders for Sets or Pieces.  eece  &  Son  Enderby  has  been   appointed   agent   at  En-  NOTICE  CHANGE IN INSURANCE  AGENCIES  ,We beg to announce that  MR. J. S. PICKSON  anpoi  cterby, in place of  for the  Phoenix Assurance Co., Ud., of  London, England.  (Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co'.; Ltd.  British America Assurance Co.  Globe   Indemnity   Co.   of Canada  }_t    (Casually JJept.)  CEPEREEY  ROJUNSEEEM-  &  CO.  General Agents.  B___  i JJ  r.:'-;.^-^^^^'1^ ^5j*u'*ct "on - Feed  S^kiTmscle^ii'at any Spe������������������d    g���������������������������*  E#ARATOK  The only separator that skims clean whether you  turn it fast or slow. Saves $40 to $60 a year  extra, due to this wonderful Suction-feed feature  (the feed varies with the speed).     Has other tine  advantages���������������������������no discs to wash, knee-low supply tank, ball bear- v?  ing7 etc. Over one million users.  Come in and see it work, g'j  Sold, Delivered and   Guaranteed by  FULTON HARDWARE CO., LTD.      :        :,   Enderby,  Prices, $70.00, $80-0jt),   $95.00 and. $110.00.  *-������������������-  the King Kdward will make any  Sundav seem better.  ARMSTRONG, P. C.  riday, Sept. 26th  under the auspices of.JJi. C. Stockbreeders' Association  j The M. (JJ. hreeders are requested lo communicate with thc  iSccn-lary with regard to their probable entries���������������������������*before it shall  jhe necessary for him to solicit entries  from   without   the  prov������������������  jince.*".  j SALES ������������������������������������������������������COMMITTEE:* Mat Hasscn, .las. McCallum and C.  Iff Hardy, all of Armstrong, 13. C.       Secretary, -Geo.   G.   Hay.  ! Kamloops,  PfJfiUC NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that; I  have disposed of my merchandise  business at M������������������ra to N. J'avlos, and  \ bespeak'for him a continuance  of    thc   patronage    I    have   been  fa vored���������������������������w i th���������������������������- : -:���������������������������      , f  wjJl  liquidate  and   collect  all  accounts.  WM. ELSON, Mara, P.C.  July 20th   I9J9.  '   . From June }3tfi -   ' ,  No. V, 60clb Nq.2,5������������������c||i  ffmer fat  any   shipping point in Ibc  Okanagan. Valley.  al  A, Fanners'' Company.    Financially sound-     Payments for Cream  made monthly.     pejivcr can.lo  lhc railway company for dispatch to  Kejowna Creamery, {44-  Empty cans promptly returned.  C. F. a License,No. 9-3^09  Jaa,pickson  HEAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE  GENEKAL AGENT  |3cll 13locU Enderbv  NOTICE TO CHEplTO|\S  In   the   matter  .lames Wood,  of   the   Estate  deceased.  of  li. C.  EDWARD  If you havent trie*4 our hams  and bacon you have not tritd  } the be������������������t  Wholesale an^ Hetail Butcher   Enderby    Palace JLivery  Ed. Sparrow, Prop-  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  If you want a good driver, wo  have it.    All kinds of light and  heavy draying.    Team work  all kinds.   Harness repaired.-  Pamwax  Seajers  Rubber Ringi  of  King Edward Hotel  P. H. MURPHY  I'eu [nit lor  Enderby  Vernon Iluad  En  ���������������������������Everything in stock for  the canning season  NOTICE is hereby given that ������������������ll  persons having claims upon the estate of the late James Woocj, who  dud on the 7th day of May, A. P.  till'), are iiM|uircd to send to A. C.  Skaling, solicitor for the executors,  Ann Piiscilla Wood and John  Charles Metcalfe, on or before the  2nd day of September, A. J}. JOJO,  a full statement of their claims,  and of any security held by them,  duly verified by aflidavit, and that  alter that date Ihe executors will  proceed to distribute the assets of  the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only  I'or lhe claims that have been duly  filed with them; and all debts due  to the said deceased are to be paid  to the undersigned.  Daled at Enderbv. B.C., this 28th  day of July, A. D. i919.  A. C. SKAIJNG.  Solicitor for the Executors.  W. J.Woods,  Family Supply  Store  MAI?A, Ii. C.  Having purchased the Wm. Elson  stock and store, am now prepared  to supply Jill requirements in  family grocery supplies, dry goods  and feed.  Send us* your orders and get the  best of goods and satisfaction.  '.'.1  -   ' "I  N.  PAY LOS, Proprietor.J


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