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 I'ifI  I Vol. 13, No. 30, Whole No. 626  ENDERBY, B-C. THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1919  Subscription, $2 a year; 5c copy  Critical Views of an  Ex-Private on  Question of Gratuity  if Ed. Vernon News���������������������������and others:  Sir: Your last week's editorial  jon  thc much-discussed1 gratuity  (demand exhibits such a painful  {spirit of   evasion   and    menial  l.side-s topping that il is evident,  fjlo this .simple-minded ex-privnlc  I thai   ii^ your   war  service   had  l[bccii lhal of spiritual adviser lo  \\u camoullage corps you would  ifijertainly have received a  well-  Ymeriled    distinguished    service  |< medal.  The old, old trickery of the  politician���������������������������that of shelving a  ���������������������������jpuhlic issue by enveloping it in  |t}a fog and representing the cn-  \ suing dislorlion as thc issue, is  Ijiol c-lever in the year 1919, nor  I will it ever again be serviceable  flto the, politician.   0  Substantially, Mr. Editor, you  isay: "Wc sympalhize with our  ('.heroic   fellow   citizens,   but   wc  [ythink ft would bc unwise lo���������������������������er,  Kbanki upl the counlry. "Wc feel  (assured thai 'our sympalhy' will  "not be disastrous lo our beloved  >'country.   We regret thai a cash  .indemnity   is   not  al   this   time  | feasible.   Wc'trust you will look  ('at lliis matter' rightly, and���������������������������er,  carry-on,   because,   really,   you  hviiow.lhere is nothing else to do.  I)     Had you" given this cue four  or five ycars" ago lo your fellow-  |,citizens, and thcy had taken it  then, as it is hoped  thcy will  I'1 now, your service to thc enemy  ijliad surely merited an iron cross  I���������������������������t,nd   a   drum-head  courlmar-  I'tial. Figure it out yourself, thus:  Recruiting Sergeant; to able-bodied- citizen���������������������������My   boy;   your  [country  demands   your service  ..in the army^-your duty is clear  ���������������������������just sign up and deliver the  |! goods! ��������������������������� ������������������   .  Able-bodied   Citizen���������������������������I   sym-  ��������������������������� pathi/.c wilh my heroic country  most   heartily.   Sergeant,   and,  , believe iue, if  morc  sympathy  'will serve my country's need in  L'her hour-of trial, I have lots in  stock.   But I regret that il is nol  feasible at this time lhat I pcr-  Iform the actual clutymy coun-  I .fry so justly, demands" of mc,  I owing"to the critical state of my  f finances���������������������������it would, in fact, cr,  i bankrupt mc   You know, Ser-  I gcant, J m not able-bodied���������������������������suf-  jSfcring witb Void  feet,' as you  I' jinow I am. the duty demanded  pof mc would not be in niy best  Iinterests-^ nor   yours   either,  li Sergeant!  *\    It's a bil too late for lhc flc-  cruiting  Sergeant.  Wfv.  Editor,  'but we'll hope to work it olf on  |,tJie tax collector.  If poor little Miss Canada pcr-  _ sjsts in the claim that she cannot  Ipay her daugbty defenders any-  h tbing so extravagant as common  I laborer's w ages ��������������������������� and, excr-  Kcjsing the courage begotten ol  i ber convictions, to demonstrate  Uic lionesty of licr purpose,  _, places ber estate in the hands o|  Uurccei_vcr,^tba U_icr asscts_mas  would it take 'to recover the  amount lo llie-'treasury in increased revenues derivable, owing lo increased earning power  or productivity of her soldier  citizens, and those benefitted by  the circulation of this money in  Canada?  If our counlry, after penalizing her soldiery and boosting  her profiteers, became illogical,  and. turning traitor lo her former policies, meanly, bul firmly,  and withal gently, extracted  from the bulging coders of her  profiteers Ihe modest amount of  lhe indemnity demanded; would  il lake three weeks, after our  boys had used lhe money���������������������������or  as long as three months���������������������������for  our kings of finance���������������������������the backbone of our democracy���������������������������lo get  it all back, wilh interest?  May wc hope if ever it is done  thai the nalion will, as a matter  of justice and duly lo these  noble citizens, recognize her obligation lo-pay them $1.10<untl  dependents' allowances for each  day given to the service of thc  country in the performance of  Ihe dulv of securing lo themselves the same money over  again.  "These questions arc receiving  the earnest attention gf many  of vour fellow .citizens today,  Mi-rivlilor. Will you not���������������������������say  with some slight assistance from  the Hon.C.I.Dohcrly and others  ���������������������������and out of ,lhc fund of your  knowlcdg of 'high finance'���������������������������  endeavor to give us* the benefit  of an accurate and detailed reply?       Yours truly,  BERNARD  ROSOMAN.  Grindrod, B.C.', Sept. 22, 1919.  CASE THROWN... OUT  W..H. Magee, Saw Mill Owner,  Accused of Being ItJc-sponsible  for Bush Fire; in-Vicinity"of  Salmon -Arm���������������������������No   Evidence.  An important case was heard  before Magistrates Barnes and  Rosoman, in Enderby, on Monday, coining from Salmon Arm.  Some weeks ago a destructive  bush firc started in lhe vicinity  of the Magee saw mill, and before il was finally extinguished  tlie limber on a thousand acres  was burned oil', and lour or five  settlers in lhe. path of lhe fire  losl Iheir crops, buildings and  fencing.  They laid Ihe responsibility  for llie fire upon Mr. Magee,  whose, mill, il was claimed, was  being run without the proper  safeguards required by law.  Mr. John Johnson laid thc complaint, and Mr. Magee was taken  up under the criminal code. Mr.  CI. S. McCarleivoL" Calgary appeared for lhe defense, and Mr-  A. C. Skaling, of Enderby, for  the prosecution.  . Mr. Sam Maguirc, Louie  Wagner, Jl. M. Krebs and Mat  Lagged were called as witnesses  for the prosecution.  The evidence was largely circumstantial.    The  mill did not  lor  liie  have lhe proper appliances  preventing sparks from  smokestacks spreading lo thc  dry bush, the fire slarled in lhe  vicinity of the mill, therefore il  musl have conic from lhe mill  fires.  The case was thrown oul on  account of lhc lack of evidence.  Talking About Spread  I be evenly divided amongst those  presenting duly verified claims  -'thereto���������������������������just   how   many  shil-  rlings in the pound would it work  out to, Mr- Editor? . As one of  . ber numerous financial advisors  \\ wc trust yoii can oblige us with  this detail.  \ crave   your   patience, Mr.  [.Editor���������������������������just a few more questions nnd I'm through. If Canada *cut out' tbe soldiers' settlement real estate speculation,  with its big overhead expenses,  .and numerous other 'boards  jind 'commissions', ditto; and,  i instead, issued to each ol hcr  cx-soldicrs an inlercst-lrcc warrant   for   $2,000���������������������������(no   Shylock  ,game, mind you)���������������������������lo be used  for such specified and altogether  worthy  objects as,  paying  the  |wav mortgage ofT the farm or  cottage, or building a snack,  buying an interest in a glue factory; a course of tuition on How  to run a donkey engine, or a life  membership in a funeral club���������������������������-  how many millions would the  country save by her change in  method of expenditure?  If, instead of borrowing thc  money at interest, to increase  the size of Shy lock's pouch���������������������������our  "country ��������������������������� having magnanimously decided to 'give thc boys a  leg up'���������������������������issued treasury notes-  printed on her own presses and  backed by her owi*- resources-  required   amount ��������������������������� how   long  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X x  x       ENDERBY NOTES        *  K       -,-... X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  ������������������Thc heavy frost of Saturday  and Sunday-nigh Is did very little  damage 'to crops in this locality.  X  E. E- Magoniglc rclurned  from Ucssborough Pay on Friday, where lie spent the summer  in the lumber camps.  St. George's W A will hold  a tea ami sale of home cooking  on Salurdav afternoon, Oct ff.  in the premises lately occupied  bv U ft Wilson  X  The Popular Variety Store is  moving this week into the room  nexl to the Postoffice heretofore  occupied by Ci. Radford, who is  moving to Vctoria  X  Signaller Kenneth Strickland  came in thisjvvcck from -France.  Jfe has some intensely interesting stories to tell of his experiences on the fighting front ^  X  ���������������������������Vernon-~was--ovcrcrowdcd^6n  Tuesday afternoon when the  Prince was honored by the Okanagan. There were visitors  from every part of the Valley,  all anxious to gel a glimpse of  England's future Mag-  X  Mr. "A. W. Pill, recently rclurned from Overseas, arrived  in Enderby lhis week and will  assist in the ever-growing mercantile business of bis brother,  Mr- and Mrs. Rcrl Taylor, of  Greenwood, were visitors lo Enderby last week. Mr. Taylor is  city clerk of Greenwood. He  and Mrs. Taylor came over lo  look up old Enderby friends. It  is 25 years since tbey left Enderby. They greatly enjoyed  looking up old landmarks, and  were agreeably surprised at the  remarkable advance made in  the substantial upbuilding of the  town.  The Hassard farm, near Enderby, is noted for ils-productivity. Thc spread between the  price paid the grower of pumpkins and thc consumer is ,morc  than 100 per cenl. That looks  big. Bul thc spread between the  pumpkin-hill \yhcrc���������������������������- lhe seed  was' planted and- the pumpkin  on---the vine is more than the  spread in price when thc pumpkin goes lo markcl. A vine on  lhc Hassard farm lhis s&ison  from a hill planted in a foilr-  iicre field, grew and grew and  grew. The spread was "worse  lhan the spread in iiacon. It  reached thc fence and climbed1  over, and continued south, easl  arid west. And on the vine far  from the mother hill iL developed a mammoth pie-boy ready  for Thanksgiving Day.  PROPEE^IES GO TO CITY  There We^e No Bidders for Any  of the Properties Put Up for  Tax Sale on Tuesday and All  Were Knocked Down to City.  Enderby's  first sale of property *for'o the taxes was'held' on  Tuesday0afternoon.    It did not  prove- popiilar.      Twenty-seven  parcels ox imd were offered for  sale bul nof a bid was made, and  all were lai,:en by the^Cily.  Tax Collector Rosoman made  a remarkable clean-up of arrears of laxes. Only thirty parcels had lo be advertised for sale  and of IUj\4* lhree were redcemd  before lluVhour  of sale.  The resi.il of lhis lax sale  goes to prove whal has always  been contended by the Cily of  Enderby and olher small communities in the Province: lhal  forced lax sales, a I the present  slate of lhe properly values, can  have bul one* ell'eel, and lhal lhe  loading-up of these small cities  and towns wilh a lot of real estate of no present market value.  And, when lhc cily has to lake  these properties over they cease  lo be lax-bearing and become a  load on lhc backs of lhe rest of  the community. Carried lo a  logical end, il means lhal Ihcse  small towns will from year fo  year be forced Jo lake over  properties of no market value,  and these when laken over will  nc longer be revenue producing,  hence "lhc assessable properly  will gradually bc reduced below  whal is necessary security lo  cover lhe bonded indebtedness.  So far as Enderby is concerned, and judging by results  of lax collections, lhere was no  evidence of any increased collections over olher ycars in consequence of lhc . threatened lax  sale. ! / .--  BIG DANCE COMING  X X X X X X X XX X X XX X X  X     GHANJ) VIEW J5ENCJJ   X  X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X  Mr  Employees and Staff of O.S.M.  Preparing; a Royal Treat for  Everyj&<Sly Who;Can Dance.  V The-'doors of, the Enderby  Theatre are to be thrown open  lo lhc wide, -wide world* about  thc loth of-October (dale,not  settled) when the employees,  and stall' of the Okanagan Saw  Mills will give the-first annual  dance to" celebrate the closing'of  the season's cut and thc shutting  down of the mill for thc winler.  On this occasion everything is  to be free; there will be no invitations issued and nobody at  thcjloor to kill thc joy of guests  who'can come and go as thcy  please with baskets filled or bas  kets empty.  Anything undertaken  by  thc  S. Poison is again holding O-S.M. is done right. " It will bc  services   in   the   school, house an   occasion   royal   minus  the  every   Sunday / afternoon   al 3  o'clock-    Everyone in cordially  invited to attend.  X  The bad holes in the rJorncll-  S toward road arc being fixed a I  last.  X  JjjL. Tomkinson. is_bu_sy_ .taking  oul poles a I present.  frills. There will bc guests present from ever lumber camp in  the interior, and from every  town and village in the Okanagan. You'd better gel ready and  watch for the dale./ -  An auto drive and dinner at  ,thcJ������������������ing_Edwai:d^vilUuakc_Janyi  Sunday seem better.  Cooperation Brings  erity toNew  Zealand Farmers  Since the United- Farmers of  B. C. and Farmers' Institutes of  the Province joined hands a few  weeks ago, and appointed directors, very lillle has been heard  of il, and less inleresl in ils do  ���������������������������ngs or welfare is in evidence.  What form of organization lhe  combined body will take, and  v.hal shall be ils scope is still  a, question to be decided by ils  members. Until sonic policy is  adopted and put into operation  farmers should study lhe New  Zealand method of co-operation  so lhat thej' may gain some  knowledge of whal il is possible  lo accomplish here. The cooperative movemenl in New  Zealand continues to grow in ils  scope and usefulness. The'system, which was organized forty  ycars ago, has now eleven parent organizations wilh sixty-  two branches.  In an interview in the Vancouver Province a few days ago,  Mr-E. W. Belph, general manager of thcjNcw Zealand Farmers' Co-opcralivc"- Association,  said: "Thc people of New Zealand, while nol given to boasting  believe thai they have the best  organized and most ellicient co-  opera live isyslem   in  existence  hers tb Europe and America and  to bring back such supplies as it  may bc necessary lo import  from them."  Figures of thc Association of  which Mr. Relph is general manager I brow an interesting light  on the growth of these co-operative societies in New Zealand.  In 1882 his association was  formed with a membership of  800 and a capital of ������������������250,000.  This organization' has grown to  such an extent lhat il now has a  membership of more than 8,000  and an authorized capital of  ������������������1,250,000. Thc volume of business has grown from a few hundred dollars" in 1882, to $20,000,-  000 in 1918.  MABEL LAKE NEWS-VIEWS  Things We Want to Know  How many colored . photographs lhe next enterprising  agcnl to come up the valley will  sell?  How long il will takesome of  thc farmers to sec through lhe  old game of the $2 frame for  $12?     r       i  X  If you'" havc been stung if it  Forty years ago this movement isn't better to say nothing about  was initialed on a small scale,  bul it proved so popular' and  beneficial lo the community it  served lhal it-has grown to a degree almost beyond belief.  "The    movement   .was    first  started in lhc large centres to as  it and not grumble?  i X  If a certain young rancher enjoyed his trip to Kelowna, and  who he really went to see?  x  If all the salmon, and kickan-  ninics are being caught with a  sist the men who were on thejrod an<i unc this year now that  land, and at the same lime to ���������������������������,c know spearing is forbidden?  furnish commodities l.o the pub-1 r x .  lic-aI a reasonable figure.      As]    If  a bed and a  mattress  is  the association   became firmly really wanted on a drive, and if  tablishcd and  grew,in  popu- a   Man  wouldn't  just  as   soon  -     " - sleep in a hay barn when- camp  ine out?  est  larity, il was found necessary to  place branches in smaller centres to lake -advantage of thc  trade lhat was offeree!-iri' these,  localities. . Af different,- times  during the pasl forty years various associations have becn incorporated, all wilh lhc same  aim, until at present thcrc are in  New Zealand the' number .of associations and branches already  staled. Thc* activites of Ihesc  associations arc manifold..Tbey  sell all classes of merchandise  to their members, such as foodstuffs, wearing apparel, etc., besides supplying them with agricultural implements, seed, bard-  ware, in fact everything a farm  er  requires  . .. .* VV k~ : .  ��������������������������� -,;Whetlicr a' certain' ranch tliat"  used once iipqn a linic to be aj,  very-much bachelor establish-���������������������������������������������  ment hasn't become .quite a"  ladies' resort, and whether-the;  old "snake room".isn't now only  a .root cellar? -      -  -        ���������������������������     - X -   "  When our young and 'goodV  looking contractor is going  to  open Jus ideal camp?  X    '   '    S   ���������������������������  If the -man who said "Rome  was not built in a day" had ever  beard' of Cook's Creek bridge?  X  What the stage driver's repair  ^ ,������������������,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,. In addition Jhcy JwU amounts to in one year, and  operate their own factories for,when the Government will pay  the manufacture of supplies, a fair sum 1 or thc conveyance of  maintain warehouses for the,H. Wf. mails?  storage of produce, Jand and  livestock,  and   even   make  ad  vanccs on the security of land  and stock."  '  "In 1916 it was realized J^y  the heads of the various associations that there was a considcr-  X X X X X X X X XX X X >s X X x,x  ic      - -" "X  X MARA NEWS X  x -     .        *  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  Utr. Cyril Rosoman went to  a   ���������������������������yy-.-SS'1]  ' ~* s zs-'^aS'--:\  <--    ''--'~iA^.;^l  -----  -J^:?.V-p*J  >      '^.^  . "/.-', -j.A  V/A>--'i';~'l  7/������������������  able   overlapping   of   activities, Vernon Tuesday-  -sfinbngJitli(Tcrc"nl"_1organizations",!    ^rs   Cocll  look  Onc of our town girls recently sent 25c.for a recipe to promote and preserve beauty, and  received in reply a printed slip  reading, "Mind your mother and  stay home nights."  Vegetable shipments from  Armslrong are again heavy. In  the past week or two tons of  "extra special" quality went out  daily to a wailing market-  Prince rides, a bronco at Saskatoon stampede  .  .������������������ . ,  ,     ,- ������������������������������������*-.  ���������������������������������������������...     the  train  to  and it was planned  to lorm a Vcrnon on Tuesday,  central body through which thcy | *  should all work. Asa result thci A dance will bc given in the  Farmers' Co-operative Whole- Mara Hall on October Olh.  sale Federation was formed.  During the war this federation  confined ils attention lo the securing of all possible advantages  lhal could be obtained within  New Zealand.by closer co-opcr-  aliom in buying, ' etc. At the  same lime all necessary ell'orts  were a I once made lo secure for  the whole of New Zealand agencies from England, the Uniled  Stales, and all olher desirable  sources. The ultimate idea,  however, is to seek lhc utmost  advantage for members of the  Fcderalion,*.' as accruing when  operaling on a large scale in  connection with the purchiase of  farmers' requisites, lhc sale of  their produce and the transportation of goods bought and sold.  "It will be readily apparent,"  continued Mr. Relph, "that the  active association is a body.-of  considerable influence and importance in the future economic  life ^of New Zealand. The Federation has most ambitious undertakings in view, including  the formation of a subsidiary  concern to engage'in. the ownership and operation of seagoing  vessels, for ���������������������������which it is planned  to allocate $15,000,000.- These  ships are intended lo carry pro  X  Mr. Brainard was taken lo the  Enderby Hospilal last week.  Harry Kellelt and Tom Gray  took in the pure-bred stock sale_  al Armstrong on the 2(>lh.  sr  rs  . Those" Marailes who look in  the Armslrong Fair report a fine  exhibit of fruil. poor of vegetables and splendid of live stock. *  J!  Preparations havc just been  completed by a few of the big  game hunters for a trip of a  week over the hills east of Mara.  We are premised a choice selection of venison, elc, on their return.  sr  .S  The residents of Mara, particularly cn the Riverside Road,  are energetically working for a  water system by gravity from"  the creek back cf ihe school  house. The.school trustees have  al ready *' talecn. ���������������������������-. 11 i;i|s 11ih I(te*r up  for a water sj'slcm-.'for the  school. If the ranchers take  hold it no doubI will be merged  into onc. The late fire scare increased interest in this-matter-  Adeline  Palti,   famous  opera  singer, died at Craig-y-Nos Castle, Brcconshirc, Wales, in  her  clucc of the Federation's "meni- 77th year, on Sept. 27lh. OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1919  ������������������ftanagait Commoner  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Fublished every Thursday at Enderby, B:C,   by The  Walker Press, at  per year; Jl.00 six months.  SILO HAS  COME TO STAY  THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1019  HELLO, CENTRAL!  Human nature has many sides. At the telephone wc sec it from many angles. There is the  quiet, sweet-tempered individual Lhat always gels  lhc best service because of\ his or her readiness  to "give and take" by wire some of the spirit of  fair play that is floating about; there is the fun-  maker who talks loudly and long but says little;  lhere is the gossip who forgets what.he wanted lo  sav rcgardinif his own business so busy is hc with  business of others; there is llie chronic grouch  who feels so safe wilh so much wire between lhal.  he bravely "bawls oul" lhc man a I the olher end,  or growls at Central for mistakes of his own.  We happened lo bc in Central station a few  days ago. Thc fair "Centrals" were, al thai lime  carrying ajremendous load. Thcy were answering calls and making connections every moment.  Thcy were not flustered or impatient , answering  questions over lhc wire as serenely as if they had  nothing else to do. though numbers avc re dropping on the plugging in board like leaves falling  from the birches in autumn lime, ahd their hands  were busy plugging in and plugging oul every  moment of the, lime. There were questions asked  them froin right and lefi; Ihey sparred for lime,  parried to find an answer; always wilh a smile in  the voice, yet dextrously,plugging all the lime.   -,  Going down the street a block or two, I stepped  inlo thc office of a busy businessman. A middle-  aged or older man came in to use thc office telephone. The telephone directory was on the desk  beside him. He did nol take lhc trouble lo look  up the number he wanted, and when Central  asked him he replied wilh tear-stained voice lhai  he had left his glasses al home and gave the name  of the party desired and the district in which lhc  party lived. And hc lied through lhc glasses hc  told Central hc lel'l al -me. Hc was wearing  Ihem al the lime.  And 1 .wondered if this wasn't a sample of the  while lies thc grumblers about service so often  tell over thc wire when the)' Ihink nobody is  looking.  It   was   not    so    very   long   ago   when   dairy  and stockmen in B. C. and other Western Canadian  provinces  gave  as a  reason  for  their, in--  jabiiity lo successfully-compete with stockmen of  |Eastern Canada and the Western .Stales, thc fact  j IT*itit Ihey did nol have lhe advantage of ensilage  jas feed and were forced to use dry feeds only. At  hat time corn was looked on as Uie only plant"  rom wliich satisfactory ensilage could be made,  and, as it seemed evident from results then *pb-  aincd from  exprimental work  thai: corn would  not'mature sufficiently  lo  make ensilage .in ' the  grealer part of the Western Provinces, liie reason  offered seemed "reasonable and juslifiod.  ''Later experiments," -says.the Farm and Ranch  leview,' "carried nout in thc Western"1'Sla les" and  Canada, showed conclusively  that while corn is  pre-eminently the' plant best suited for Ihc-mak-  jing of satisfactory and economical ensilage, yet  it has not the monoply that it was first credited  wilh.    It has been-shown lhat sunflower ensilage*  is equal in nutritive...value and palatabili.ly to lhal  made from corn, and that it gives much heavier  |yields and is more drought-resistant.    Tl has also  !bcen   proven   thai   other-satisfactory  substitutes  are found in alfalfa, green  oats  and green peas  md cats mixed."  Corn and sunflowers can be. grown successfully  in the Enderby-Armslrong districts. - The hills of  this .section of the Okanagan are thickly covered  i\ this plant growing wild, like the while clover.  Our dairy and stockmen have il wilhin Iheir own  hands lo overcome the handicap which' il was  ormcrly supposed nature bad forced Ihem lo  labor under. Every farmer knows, or should  know, lhat dry I'ccd alone for the feeding of cattle, daily cattle especially, is nof adequate or profitable, and. as il has bcen shown conclusively by  experiments carried on al liie various experimental stations, that the silo can relieve him  from'the necessily of depending on dry feed, it is  his duly, to himself and lhe country, to establish  a silo on his farm as quickh' as possible, li is lhe  first step in economy and progress.  9M*un=es������������������  I4 tui.  omplemerat of  New  3  PS aim NQsni  &1S I?  3 fas! ������������������***** w *  A visit to our store will ren<y yon. Onr Now Fall Novelties and Creations for the season  of lijf.)-11)20. .selected by our buyers on their .Eastern travels and i;ow to hand, are tlie very  smartest tho market have produced.  M  in ml if i  in  IN THE PUBLIC'S INTEREST  NAjVUNG A LEADER  ,'The first Conservative convention held in ihe  Province since 1011 convened in Vancouver this  week with upwards of :">()() delegates present. The  main object of the convention is fo shape up a  definite policy and to name a leader. The mailer  of policy will solve itself. In these piping times  of peace, when there is no peace, il will lake'more  lhan a convention lo gel anywhere. Any policy  without action musl be futile. Regardless of  political allegiance, tlie people of Canada seem lo  have tired-of Union (lovernmenl. Nol lhal Ihey  have anything in' particular againsl Ihe war-lime  parly, but they see in il a relic of war-lime necessity and do not want any .more of it- Il is said  that Premier Borden clings lo lhe hope of continuing the war-lime Union Government indefinitely���������������������������to lei them 'finish Iheir work." But no  .slalemenl has been made as to what lhat "work"  is. Any leader might as reasonably ask the same  Ihing���������������������������and'most of them would if lhcy thought  Ihe electors would lake il. Al the present Lime  the people do nol appear lo lake kindly lo lhe  idea. It will bc the duty of lhe Vancouver convention to definitely slate fhe position of the Conservatives of the Province of B. C.  Whatever anvone might think or desire to lhe  contrary, there is but one logical leader of ihe  Conservative parly in B. C. and thaUis Mr. W. .1.  Bowser. That he will be named by lhc convention is almost cerlain.  At Ihe meeting of lhe B.C. and Yukon Press Association held in Kamloops last week the following resolution was passed I'or presentation to the  provincial government: "That ihe provincial government be requested lo reconsider [he amendment referring lo the publication, of Tax Sale  Lists, and in the general interests of municipalities, the public and investors, that llie publishing  of such lists bc again made compulsory, and lhat  whereas a large proportion of the advertising,  insertion oi' wliich is now limited to the B.C. Gazelle, is of public interest, and with which Ihe  public should he familiar,, lhe government be  petitioned to enact legislation which will make il  obligatory lo publish such notices in lhe' local  papers published in lhc localities concerned."  "Tliis,,is a very reasonable request," sa'ys the  Kamloops Telegram, "for,'while il is..askecl in the  interest of B.C. newspapers, it is quite as much,  in the interest of lhc general public' Publication  in ihe B.C. Gazelle is all well enough, but thai  journal docs nol reach lhc public, an odd copy or  two in each community being lhe extend of its  local circulation. As a consequence residents of  the conimunily, under the present law, frequently hear of sides of land, timber, openings  and oilier important matters onlv when il is too  late lo hike advantage of the information. .Publicity of all government transactions is all lhal is  asked, and this is surely a reasonable request."  This from lhc Telegram puts the case clearly if  mildly. There is much thai, might be said on lhis  question. Until a few years ago lhe law required  all applications for charier privileges made by  private corporations lo be published in the loca!  ncwspopcr_publ ished. in._or-.ncarcsL to-lhe locality..  LADIES' SUITS AND DRESSES  All wool fabrics, suitings and skirtings. See  the new .colors. jNlcn's also Boys' suits. Hals.  Hose, and Underwear. Fancy Novelty yoods in  Ribbons,   Laces,   Gloves, etc.  NO V E LX-Y     S K. IRTS  9  Underwear and big showing of Misses' and  Children's wear. New elegant Silks and Satins  i'or da}'and evening wear. New, China- and full  range of   household   supplies.  uli.  OA1F0  V  rfA  ti ������������������  1ST  will'  VERNON, B .C.       BRITISH COLUMBIA  INTERIOR STORE  Canadian  Food  Control License No. 8-21018. '  ga.^'CT.'iJi'EirfNi^y^y^iuLiiiji^i.-.'ir  Sk^MS-vi"���������������������������v^.���������������������������ras*.-*-.-.  "^���������������������������n~*rnr*.Ai^,Ararji*.tt?a?&i*izxrtrrtv,jvsT^r^-K^^^f^Vir  fi yvsr*v wKxrirw w.  lack of interest on the pari of lhc people in protecting Iheir natural resources, promoters have  been allowed to lake advantage of certain conditions made in Iheir interest.  What the newspapermen are asking i'or is lhal  (hose conditions lie changed, and lhal ihe okl-  tunc publicity he made obligatory on the part of  promoters seeking lo take unto themselves privileges thai rightly belong to thc conimunily.  Why is ii thai Canada cannol have a permanent, definite-set Thanksgiving Day? Why should  this most sacred of-'days be left lo lhe whim and  fancy of-Government ministers, who switch lhe  dale lo suit themselves? Thc defeat of the bill in  the I-louse of Commohsc a few days ago by ihe  small margin of three voles; which would have,  made armistice.day.a permanent day of Thanksgiving" in Canada, looks like a.grave-.blunder.  All England is lied up bv a strike morc formi  able lhan any in history. Half a million men ;]  oul, and fhe Governmcnl has determined it sill  be a fight lo the finish between lhe ruling clt|  and organized labor.  A wee lol of lhree unconsciously gave a-so]  lion oi' lhe sugar problem,, lhc olher day when  mother was worrying aloud over her inability!  buy sugar for the household. "Well, mama," sj^  the Wee One, "O-o can buv eandv."       :    '    ,  The Prince of Wales is exceptionally h/i-Mi?.?  in.having so good a press agcnl.      Up Ip'lhc'pr  en I   time,  however, .lie  1  ia.*  nol. lold   a   wadJJ  world on which side lhc Prince butlers his fbi-1  that might be affected by the charier rights applied for. Then legal Jighls working in the interest of private capital, had a bill framed and pul  through lhe Legislature, making il unnecessary  under Ihe Companies"- Ac! lo publish these application for charier rights in lhe loca! newspaper,  and confining il lo the B. C. Gazelle. The B. C.  Gazelle, is lhe ollicial organ of lhe provincial  government, ll contains all announcemenls by  Ihe government of orders-in-council. proclamations, etc. Possibly nol more lhan two or three  copies of lhe Gazelle go inlo any of Ihe outlying  iiwns or districts���������������������������one copy lo'���������������������������lhc .newspaper  ollice, one lo lhe. ollicial body, in lhe. commimily.  with possibly anolher To any large company operating in Ihe, district- it has no'general circula-  lion and ismol intended.to have. Hence private  companies are enabled lo*pul through 'legislation  giving Ihem most unheard of privileges over lhe  common righls of Ihe community, aiid ihe people  know noihing aboul it until lhc law is passed.  The same mighl he said of"a large number'of  applications which, in olher provinces are refill i red to be published in lhc loca! newspaper as  a means of preventing anything being "pul over",  on   the people in   lhe interest of" lhe individual.  Brilish Columbia has been a rich .field fop company promoters and self-seeking individuals, -ft  is nol necessary lo say lhat British Columbia has  been robbed of much of her natural resources  by company promoters working tlirough our  politicians,    ft is heller lo say lhal because of lhe  Posters are out for the Clearance Sale of Mr. F. W. Collin, \,  mile north of J^nderby, also sale  of stock for Mr. E. Harrop at the  same place, on- Thursday, Oct.  16th. See. posters and next issue for particulars. Mat. Hassen,  Auctioneer.  R^=3K?sj3"35*5'S&3Kin53rRi2i^^  lUmmer  ung  The best copyrights  =R"el7rmt^by="tlrGi"b"es"t-  authors  75c each,  All the latest magazines  1*3  I!  ������������������,'  u.,i  i  HI  r-A  k  M  i  h  Hi  I'  Pi  7'  il    s-ww    '\V\AVn X^^#$&  H   ������������������   ^\ mr-^^_^  Keep Your Home Looking  TT- is a mistake to allow your home to get "run  -*��������������������������� heel." When thejloors and woodwork show sig  and your furniture has losl ils newness and is show'  and bruises, it is time to restore the original fi  attractiveness by using  ���������������������������tiV.  m  A. REEVES  Drugs and Stationery  Subscriptions taken for any  magazine  C. F. B. License No.' 9-3409  ir  p  'a  it  i   Xhe-Perfeoi^HQUsel-iold^Rinish  This wonclcrfui lillle home-brightcner is put: up in ���������������������������  cut styles:���������������������������As A Varnish Stain, it is invaluable for doing  over old furniture. It: stains and varnishes in one operation,  giving lhe effect of oak, wainut, cherry, rosewood or mahogany,  as desired. As an Enamkl, Reproduces an easily-cleaned  glossy surface on interior woodwork, bedsteads, ironwork,  porch furniture, etc. Jk-sides white, it can be secured in 6  different color?. As A Gkainikci Compound, with China-Lac  graining tools it permits tlie close imitalio:'. of hardwood on  floors, cupboards, etc.  Come in and let us Icll 3-011 how many things you can ���������������������������  do with a few cans of Chi11.1-I.ac.  rSave the svxfiice and'  you save all ^^  20���������������������������19  tr ��������������������������� /  wrtM.  FULTON HARDWARE CO.,  Enderby, B. CV  ig^S������������������ ������������������a^������������������ssM0������������������ SS ������������������f  OTHER.  BRAKDRAM-NfHDfRSON  PRODUCTS  I'lnxtcr Cu!lIngs nnd  Willis.    H-H "Krcico-  nelUi."���������������������������A Hat lorn: oil  paint.  I'or Exterior Puint-  "inft.   U-l-l '������������������������������������������������������EiiKlish"  l'iiiiit.         H-H Porch Floor I������������������,..lnt  for uorcli floors, cimIuirb  mid D.nrta exposed to  the weather.  Sai^JSaSiffiaassrswi^v*^^  WgwTmm^A^^  If you haven't tried onr hams  and bacon you have not tried  the best  GEO. R.- SlIAitPJE  Wholesale and Retail Butcher  Enderby  CHRISTMAS PRESENTATION APPLES  FOR THE OLD COUNTRY  We will deliver all charges paid to any part of England, Scotland and Wales, a box of Fancy 1������������������xpokt AimmVs I'or. $5.50, ' .Ordcrsiiuist  be received by 11s not later than OcnniKi! ]:", and accompanied bv express  morey orders or marked check, wilh exchange added. WiilTIv'THH  I'AINLV so as to avoid mislukos  Okanagan United Growers, Ltd.,    Vernon. It  L  LV  V'  *  THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1919  OKANAGAN COMMONER  3  .w^���������������������������i������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������_���������������������������SX3Z���������������������������_^���������������������������ata s*i-������������������cffl3ia6a?wKi������������������aa������������������ear?������������������st������������������  If not, consult ns in regard.to your  heating   requirements.  Wc have a large stock of heating    stoves,    bought    direct I  from tlie manufacturers and can give you the lowest price. |  Do you want your old furnace overhauled, or a new one jj  installed? i!  Or your old heating stove relined? \  Consult us. ������������������  We sell McClary's Famous Stoves and Ranges.                         ' r.  Four-hole Kootenays,  $81.00. " r?  Six-hole Garry Iligh-closel Reservoir  and  While  Enamel g  finish, price only $89.00. r I  Set up in your home, no matter whether it is in town or in |  the country- - f  Thc value given in these ranges  cannot  he surpassed  by ������������������  any catalogue house in Canada, laid-down cosl considered. Ij  HARNESS��������������������������� I  We will havc a slock, of Harness and Harness Accessories j  in this week and will in future represent   the Great  West ji  Saddlery Co. in lhis Districl.  BUILDING MATERIALS���������������������������  Windows, Sash and Doors at Factory Prices.  Window Glass, Lime, Cement and Plaster.  Paints, Oil and Varnishes.  Congoleum0 Rugs, $18.00. $20.00 and $22.50.  Fellol, 90c per square yard.  Genuine Linoleum only $1.(55 per square yard-  A large assortment of Patterns now in slock.  Mail vour orders lo us.  CHAUTAUQUA FESTIVAL  Full Houses and Enthusiastic  Audiences Characterize Each  Performance���������������������������Very Successful Season of High-Class Entertainment.  Enderby, B. C.  m r-^-Bfcin t ��������������������������� ���������������������������~������������������������������������������������������--���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������  WRITE TO  The Verno  f  %  &  VERNON, B. C  For particulars of their big  Subscription Contest  A large number of valuable  prizes are oll'crcd  testa nis are  All con-  "Paid to Win a Prize  9,9  Nobody is asked to work for. nothing.  .Write lo  CONTEST MAN AG EH.  _ :-. r    ' _ '.VERNON NEWS      "  for I'urlhcr information  n  Growing Some  Last spring wo enlarged, again wo are  at it. Tliis time we have extended as far  back as possible: the next move will bc a  now store. -   .  We owe our success to tho Public, and  now as wc will bo better able to servo, we  again extend to you onr welcome.  GoUsmilh  C.J. WHITEN  Vernon* p. C.  Silversmith  If full houses, hearty and  spontaneous applause, periods  of impressive silence and peals  of laughter are any criterion,  then thc Chautauqua festival  which the citizens of Armstrong  and vicinity havc enjoyed' this  week has been an unqualified  success. Previous lo last Monday only such as had attended  these festivals elsewhere nndr-  stood what lo expect. Many  were the strange ideas of what  was coming. Guesses all the  way from a jazz band to a series of scientific lectures were  made. But whatever the anticipation, the realization was onc  of full satisfaction lo all types  of mind.  The progtams were full-ol*  variety, and thc numbers were  rendered wilh such alacrity and  charm lhat the response of the  audience was eager and hearty.  Pure humor, touching or sparkling music, and serious thought,  were blended in delightful harmony.  To the Venetian Trio was  given the task of winning the  hearts cf the first audience on  Monday afternoon. Lhcy had  accomplished thai in about ten  .minutes, and for an hour and a  jhalf longer kept their audience  in a stale of joyous goodwill.  iThc violin solos, the old favorite songs of lhe Victorian era,  andJ Venetian songs wilh violin  obligato were everyone perfect  in presentation. Such a coiii-  binalion of elocution, drama,  song and instrumental, rendered  willi such arl and lincssc as is  rarely seen. Thc costumes of  1860"and of Venice added much  to thc charm ol* thc entertainment. N  The same company entertained for half an hour in the  evening ���������������������������'as a prelude to Dr'.  Miles in his famous lecture,  "Tallow Dips." Dr- Miles revealed himself as an exceedingly keen observer of men and  manners and was able lo depict  his characters with a vividness  lhat made them live. His pictures of Thos. A. Edison, .lames  E. Howard, Roosevelt, Balfour.  Gladstone, and best olcall, of llie  molhcr of Newell Dwight Hillis,  were such tliata lhcy will hot  fade from''memory. Thc audience saw lhc.idiosyncracics.aiid  were touched by lhc greatness  of each character.  Tuesday's programs were featured by two strong addresses.  That of the afternoon was given  by Ralph W- Tratfer, ��������������������������� a rancher  from the Allberta Foothills, who  had declined nomination for parliament in order to bring his message before Chautauqua audiences. It was an earnest and  forceful address on " The Challenge of the Hour." Jn the development of his creed, '' I Believe in GboJ, f Relieve in Humanity, I Believe in Canada, I Believe  in Peace," Mr. Trotter teilt  with the religious, social, industrial and political outlook and  carried his audience with him in  rapt attention and left them \v|th  food for much thought, ^  Samuel W- Garth well's lecture  in the evening on ''Getting by  Your Hoodoo," was a stirring  and^racy-=appeal=-for���������������������������courage.-  Some of the hoodoos dealt with  were "I've Never had a Chance"  "What will the Fellows Say"  "I Haven't Time" and " I Am  Too Old." The lecture was illustrated by many homely pictures from common life, which  got home.  j^-a-reiffiT^reasBra^^  &  foccors,  lerchai  entssts, lawy  ;eeper������������������.  \14 !���������������������������  t <  SJ tn      fev.  IT"-  r  ������������������  Wc Arc CEosing Out thc W. R. Megaw, Ltd.  Stock   of   Fixtures,   Fittings   and   Office |  Equipment  We have specific instructions that everything must be entirely cleared in 30 days from  September 19th.    The GREATEST SALE of Merchandise the Valley has ever seen is  going at a great pace.     There is  $15,000.00 Worth of Fix  to be disposed of, and" on MONDAY, OCTOBER Gth, we commence the sale of same.  If you want Furniture or Fixtures for oflice or store���������������������������it will pay you to visit us. ,  COST DOES NOT FIGURE���������������������������ALL MUST BE SOLD AND SOLD QUICKLY. .  0  Here are a Few of thc Principal Stems  Fine Quarter-cut Oak and Glass Silent Salesmen  Store Counters, including marble-top Counter  High-grade solid Oak Grocery and Provision  Fixtures  Coat and Suit Racks, also Coal display forms  , Window Display Fixtures  Large and small Display,Tables  Chairs,   Stools,'  fcamsoh   Cash   Carrier   with  0 _ - -   i. -  ' Molor * '  "Weigh   Scales,'Meat   Sficer,  Large  Provision  Refrigerator  A very fine lot of handsome Quilrler-cut Oak  ' Filing Cabinets in large & small sections  Office High Desks in solid Oak nnd others  Large    handsome     qnaiicr-cul   Oak  -private  Office Desk; suit lawyer or financial man  Remington Typewriter ancl Typewriter's desk  Protectograph a *     '  Portable Safe Truck    :  ,.    "Desk Lamps        '- ."'���������������������������'..      -���������������������������  Two Drays;   - .  - " Two Sets Heavy Sleighs. ; -   ������������������������������������������������������  Two Mares  - v     ;.-��������������������������� ~  Two  fine  high-grade ^Pianos  and   oilier miscellaneous stpre and office fittings. -   '  Remember  to   Come   awl See THe������������������e  If igh Class Fittings oi> MONPAY.  OCTOBER Oth  Indies, Read This  Following the tremendous selling al the greatest sale the Valley has ever seen wc have  accumulated thousands of short-ends and "broken'lines, and have nol had lime to prepare  o  Ihem for sale.   These arc now ready and  -Si  - ^. *^  tt  We Announce  A Great  REMNANT PAY  FRIDAY,  OCT. 3rd  W  'A  Thousands of Remnants will hc sold on Friday at a fraction of their original  price���������������������������  Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Linens, Flannels  Flannelettes, Prints, Ginghams. Towellings  Muslins, Linings, Laces, Embroideries, Trimmings, Etc Etc  Remnant Lines and Odd Lots of China and Glass.  Remnant Lines and Odd Lots of Roots and Shoes.  Sale in All Departments Still  Running  Prices  Slaugh-  ered  Don't Fail to Come to Our Remnant Sale in the  W. B. Megaw, Ltd.  Vernon, B. C.  H. H. Hollier and Thos, Hargeaves, Sales Conductors  Tremendous  Bargains in  Every Line-  Dry Goods,  Mei^s Furnishings,   House-  iurnishings  Crpwds flocking to see the Prince  r  y  yfl-^l^������������������������������������������������������&r.*J������������������ta������������������l*ra OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1919  Fall Suits and  vercoats.  ���������������������������  500 Samples'to choose from.   o  20th Century and Semi-Tailored Brands  Which are always fresh.  We have on hand several hundred potatoe sacks.  Arrangements  have  been   inade   to   handle your  apples, etc.  Arc  Teece &  ^ r% <k**\  niiae  (i Do You  I  8  I  ff  KM Vy������������������   *r--rSi  ess a s  fe^m  3y?  J3B  !P*!f fflSS  133  ������������������  nnd cannot get il in town, write, wire or phone to  The Okanagan Electric I  Wc pay express  Vernon  < Armstrong.and Enderbv  0  Age nis  for- Northern   Electric   l<arm   Lighting   Plants.  il  >-0<=>(0  o-c  I  .0  s  8  3  I  0  s  s  He  etina  ���������������������������S-O  ()<=>o  o<=.  lltoil  ^1 5351 pP  in  SZ&  Wc have the goods on hand  and can meel your every need  in stoves and ' heating goods;  .sieve -pipes and elbows.  Plain twist galvanized wire  $(5.00 per roll.  Anything made in lin, copper and sheet iron.  Bring your old healing  s loves in and' have them rclined  a I one-quarter lhc cosl ol' a new-  one.  olher lives tlie country over.  Thc six children of Anne BlylliCj  (of "Anne ,; of Green" Gables"  "anie) and lhcir four yomu  neighbors of the Manse arc just  lhe sort of lovable incorrigihlcs  that-keep lhc lown aghast at  lhcir mischief v.hilc it secretly  gloats over their irrcsislihleness.  It is around their adventures  and misadventures that lhe  story'* turns and il is' partly  through Ihem lhat two romances are brought lo a happy outcome.  I\lixs Cornelia (Mrs. Marshall  Elliott) of previous, acquaintance, is slill as quaint, humorous, and plain speaking and as  much interested in thc doing's  of everybody in thc commimily.  John Meredith, thc widowed occupant of Lhc manse, wilh his  family of irrepressibles is jusl  such a problem as Miss Cornelia  likes to handle and shc helps  toward thc correct solution.  S32.00 to $80.00  from  $30.00 to $70.0'  SATIFACTION  GUARANTEED.  y  Lady (entering bank, very  business-like)���������������������������I wish to. get a  Vic lory Bond  I'or my husband.  Clerk���������������������������Whal size, please?  Lady���������������������������Why. I don'l believe I  know exactlv. but'he wears a 15  shirh  Drop in and inspect our New Fall Hats,  Caps and Rubberized Tv/eed  Rain Coats.  Enderby Supply Co.  MEET ME TO-NIGHT AT  LEONARD'S BILLIARD  PARLOR  Cigars, Cigarettes, Etc.  JPipes and Pipe Tobaccocs  Fulton  I  OX  S. II. SFEBKS  W.M.  A.F.&A.M;  Enderby Lodec No. -10  Regular mecUiiprs first  Thursday on or after thc  full moon at 8 p. ni. in Masonic Hnll. Visitinp  brethren coi'ditilly invited  .     C. H. REEVES  Secret a ry   -  -gpS-     ENDERBY   LODGE  <j|s|f No. 35. K. of P.  V^flil^    Meets 2nd &-Jth   Monday eve  '&.&Jj/&SyS4      in Masonic Hall.    VisiLorscor-  \^f^^y      ilially invited to attend.  CHO. K. SIIARIMJ C. C  II. M. WALKER, K. R. S  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  2c a v.-ord first insertion, lc n word each insertion thereafter: 25u minimum charge; ICc extra  whore cash does not accompany order.  THE SALE AT TNE-BROOK FARM  . will -l)c  held  on   thc -Kith  of Oc-  toljcr.    V. VS Collin. Enderby. Id  FOR  SALE���������������������������Geo. li. Johnston's  10-  jicre   home   on   M;ira   Ro;;d,   onc  jiIso   horse,  h;i mens,  mile I'roni Enderby  dog cart, set English  culler. household J'u mil ure,  plows ;ind implements. Apply on  premises. 30-2c '  FALL PASTURE lo rent for slock.  Apply 1). E. Watkins, The i3irelies  Enderby 30-1 c  YOUNG PIGS FOR SALE���������������������������Purebred Yorkshire. 0 Tror Service���������������������������  Friesian Hull; purest, milking  strain), and thoroughbred Yorkshire boar. H.E.C.lTarris & Sons,  (late Turner & Donaldson.) 70-'lp  FOR SALE���������������������������Four lots in Poison  addition. "VVi!i sell at sacrifice  price of-850 per lot; terms lo suit  purchaser. Address, E. 4\. Bobb,  En derby. ,.     '       ���������������������������  2G.-3c  Farmer's Supply  Store  MARA, B. C.  Special sale for this month  of Groceries, Feed and  Flour, Dry Goods. '  N. Pavlos,  Mara  Palace Livery  JScl. Sparrow, Prop.  &*.  W. J. Wood's  Taken' Over By  Navigable Waters  Protection  Act  Jf you -want a good driver, wo  havc JJt. All kinds of light and  Heavy draying.    Team work of  all kinds.   Harness repaired.  Vernon Road  Enderby  Let us take your party to  Mabel Lake  The cost isn't so great (J  '���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������' v.!  I  *- c  o  rs  I  Jas. McMahon & Son    1  I-  Experienced in handling general  Auto repairing  All work guaranteed  Vernon Road  Enderby  Having  stock  of W.  and added  a  &3  'it  the  Woods  cieiivery  and phone  service, we  tef ;"'Qct:" I,"  give you  will, on an  be prepared to  the  II  5)  Ii.  S.   C.   Chapter  115  The .Minister of Public Works or  lhe (lovernment of ihe Province of  Brilish Columbia hereby gives  notice lhat he has, under. Seclion  7 of the sail Act, deposilcd with llie  .Minister of .Public Works and the  Minister of the Interior at Ottawa,  and in lhe oflice of the District  Hegislrar of the Land-'Registry District at Kamloops, 13. C. a description of the site and the plan of  proposed new bridge over lhe  Shuswap  River at  Enderby,  13.C  Take notice that after the expiration of one 'month from the date  of the first publication of this notice the Minister of Public Works  of the Government of the Province  ol* British Columbia will, under  Section 7 of* the said Acl, apply to  the Minister of Public Works and  the-Minister of the Interior at their  ollicer in the City of Ottawa, for  approval of the said site and plans,  and for leave lo construct the said  bridtfc.  Daled al Victoria. B.C., this olh  dav of September, 1910.  A.  K.'FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B. C. si8-4  PAINT VOUR  OUTBUILDING  arioad of  Hour & feed  *<i=:.,~ *o������������������~ ������������������'f  Just Arrived.  e. b. rant,  Men's Wear Groceries Enderby, JJ. C.  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-17170.  Now is the lime, before winter sels  in.    Trv our price.  Box 43 Enderby,  B.C.  C. G. PIPER  Box 43  Enderby  Jas. Dickson  REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT  Bell Block  Enderbv  ^ C. SKALING, B: A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  N6tary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk.  Enderby, B,C,  Are you 'going to do any  Building" or Repairing  Tbis Season?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Ceiling, Flooring and Siding. .$20.00 per M  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x0 $25.00 per H  16-inch Slab Green Wood  $2.50 per load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, U*. enperby  KING  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel  P. H. MURPHY  I'coprietor  Enderby


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