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 >  IL  /i  3  ']  net  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY! -  ^0^*0*0m0Br*0m0*^^^rBrm* t  Vol. 13, No. 34, Whole No. 630.  ENDERBY, B. C.   THURSDAY7, OCT. 30, 1919  Vs  x  It is reported that the Provincial Government has appointed 5'  an engineer to examine into the possibilities of developing the S?  water power of Shuswap Falls and Adams River for hydro- 5*  electric purposes. This reporl appeared in the. coast papers S*  the past week, and Mr. K. C. MacDonald also reported the same "  to the City Council of Vernon. ������������������  This appointment i.s in response to the urgent request cmin-uX  ating from the hydro-electric convention held at Vernon early S*  in the fall. - It will be good news to all interested in the full S5  development of thc  Okanagan Valley.  We should like to know, however, jusl what point is meant  by Shuswap Falls.' If thc Government intends to look into thc  power possibilities on whal we know a.s thc Skookum Chuck  on Shuswap River, 20 miles from Enderby, then there is good  reason to believe.that something may come of the investigation.  But if the" Government contemplates ignoring thc well-known  possibilities of the Skookum Chuck and takes up what  known as the McKinzie-Man Shuswap Falls power proposition  then little can be expected from the proposed investigation.  It will bc remembered by all delegates who attended the hydro-electric mccling at Vernon lhal all repcrts of engineers  present who had looked into the merits of all propositions-bc-  forc the meeting were distinctly in favor of the Skookum Chuck  as being the most easily available, with 'unlimited reserve. ;  Under these circumstances /md in face of the expert reports  made at that time it does not seem probable that thc .Skookum  Chuck powcr can.be ignored. -But-citizens of Enderby, Arm.-,  strong and Salmon Arm should not sleep under the-spell of "security. We must not lei the valuable power-on Shuswap River  - ���������������������������the Chuck���������������������������be ignored for any such power as can.be developed at Shuswap Falls.      ^ ' ' _  From Mr. K. C. MacDonald it is learned that, so' far as hc  knows, it is the intention of thc Government to havc the investigation cover the Adams River, Skookum Chuck and Shus- X  wap Falls. But Mr. MacDonald is not certain on this point. X  ��������������������������� We' should not rest until we are cerldin thai the possibilities 5*  of the Chuck arc to be taken into consideration .along with thc - "  othcr propositions. ' S*  %������������������    tmg    %*    fc#    **~ *r .*r    %#    *#    w    ft*    ,t*e   tr' vr   sr   tr   *r   %# _%#   tr    ���������������������������#   ft#   %������������������   tr   fcf-  X     |%     A      W%      s\      SS     Jt     St     S*     j*,      ������������������*      Jtlt     Jt     *%     jh     Jt     Jt     St     sS     s\     Mt    4r%    #*     S%    St  St  i's  X  it  it  X  X  it  GOLD MEDAL BUTTER  Northern Okanagan Creamery  Awarded the Coveted Prize at  Vancouver Exhibition.  Word was received by the  management of the Northern Oka  nagan Creamery at Armstrong on  Monday that the butter sent for exhibition at the Vancouver Fair by  this creamery had bcen awarded  the gold medal and in addition had  won a cash prize of $35 and a  "diploma.  To win such distinction at the  Vancouver Exhibition, where all  the crack buttcrmakers of the qpast  creameries show their best product  means much to the Armstrong  creamery. It ought to mean ah increased price for the Armstrong  product, which in turn would mean  a higher price to.'the farmers who  supply the cream.  This is another indication of the  steady advance of this creamery.  This institution has withstood more  FARMERS  WIN THREE  Successful in Carrying all Seats  Contested, Defeating Government Candidates in Three  Provinces.  Of the five by-elections which  were held on Monday in an equal  number of I-rovnjois of Iho Dominion, thc 'Jni.cil Fanner candidates-were successful in carrying  three, thc Unionists onc and the  Liberals one. And the single  Unionist' candidate elected���������������������������Dr.  Tolmie,T of Victoria; is himself a  practical working farmer. The  three seats won by the Farmers  were Assiniboia, Sask., Glengarry-  Stormont, Ont., and Victoria-Carle-  ton���������������������������N. B. ,  ; Commenting on the result lhe  Toronto Globe (Liberal) says:"The  by-elections should end* empty  boastings at Ottawa. Threats by  the Government, and challenges by  the  Opposition   to  take  appeal  to  I the people are silly and Jnsincere.  ... ���������������������������,.   .,       ,    .     ,    .Both'"parties  must know  now thc  than Hs share of hard knocks in re_. t v of ;,he electors>    Each must  cent years   and it is still climbing! Lea,izD that iris hopeiess,y out of  upward.     With   every   advance   it 1ouch-and out of accord with the  brings better prices  to the cream  sroducers. "        - '  It means a great deal to thc prosperity of the district to Jiave such  an institution established here, and  every .farmer with cows -should  lend every assistance to make the  creamery pay and to increase its  output. -. -   ;  sentiment of the country. Thc 'ins'  and 'outs' may .continue to play  their-old, game in Parliament, but  the-folk"outside are looking for  something better���������������������������and lhcy will  look till the find it."  TA ^   ifi.  ^  ^ W5&   v\'x  ^  1*\ *\*fe  **?***  "ffc. ^ ,^������������������\ 'S&Sfc  IB.  ^M "^U.   *^k   *Vt   IBk   **Wk   "l^  Protect   your   future   by   putting  your money into Victory Bonds.  I ,������������������fc-''*Bk isv- $&  ^ T&   i& ^   -j&^tt  Subscription, ������������������2 a year; 5c copy  i?Xi?XJ?KKXiUK)������������������KX)(X������������������XKJ<XX������������������XX������������������j;������������������XXXXXX  it        Canada's big drive for the $300,000,000  that will  enable her X  ������������������    to pay her war bills and carry the country safely through the X  "    reconstruction period with no cessation   of  the   present  pios- 55  rt   pcrity, commenced on Monday. X  55        On  that  day canvassers throughout the Dominion, from the 55  55    Atlantic to the Pacific and as far north as- Hudson's Bay and ������������������  55    the Yukon, started their rounds of 'he homes.   It is the duty of 55  55    all Canadians to greet them cordially, because in them is repre- 55  55    scnted the Dominion's very urgent  appeal  for money. 55  55        The campaign will last three weeks.-    During   that   time   it 55  55    will  be cniried  into every corner and centre of Canada.    All 55  55    citizens will have an opportunity to buy Victory Bonds.   None 55  55    will bc missed. X  55        The details of the loan are as follows:  "The bonds will bear X  55    interest at 5%% from Nov. 1, 1919, and aie ofTered in iwo ma- X  55    turities���������������������������-five years and fifteen years,  the   choice  of  which   is X  55    option A with thc subscriber.    The   interest   is   payable   half- X  55    yearly without charge on May 1 and Nov. 1, at any branch in X  Canada of any chartered bank. X  The denominations of the bonds aie,.$50, $100, $500 and $1000 X  Subscriptions may be paid in-full at lhe lime of application or X  55    on'any of the following dates: 10% on application, 20% Dec. X  X    9, 1919, 20% Jan. 9, 1920, 20% Feb. 10, 1920, and 31.21% Mar. X  9, 1920.    The latter includes 30%   balance    of    principal   and X  1.21% representing accrued interest al o^% from Nov.l, 1919, X  to due dates of the respective instalments.     A   full   half  year's X  interest will be paid on May 1,1920,   making   the   cost   of   the X  bonds 100 and interest. - X  Of the three hundred millions and  oyercthat  will  be  raised X  every cent will be spent in Canada.   The proceeds Will be used X  to pay the indebtedness incurred during'the war-and to meet X  the expenditures to bc made, ^connection    wilh    dcmobiliza- X  tion aril the rc-cstablishment ofT our soldiers in civil life.    This X  will include ihc Department of   Soldiers''   Civil - 'Re-establish- X  55    ment, thc authorized war service gratuities and the land settle-' X  !'    ment^oans, and for the establishment of credits abroad so that X  55    Ave may dispose of our huge surplus of foodstufTs, timber, -man- X  55    ufactured"carticles and other.products.                          ' ���������������������������'-     ,,;         ,X  X X X X.X X X XXX X X X X X XXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX XX X  ���������������������������^a *-*& ^':T&fW.ffc *?* 1* t������������������   \  X  55  X  X  x  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  55  *3t  *  fl?  *  \$S&  w*^~ &&?��������������������������� yy yts^y  .!&7kimW.������������������*~*A  ijr-J.i^rh^i^m  Z--.S.  i  -  m  >pSr.  ,r-X",S  V-  I  V-  Th* Victory l*m W9  which 9pw* t**4w    f  /  VI  So'-'  ������������������������������������������������������#SV  _,  Zv J I *  :S\  ''OV stvt citizwt of no m������������������m &mtwi  Camfa h yow country*  Cana4���������������������������������������������now���������������������������fm* nw4 to \mrcm trim ywr-l*ni\i  f*mo\ without retfrewt of poWtiai or fto* a^tWPtlow of crec4 or partyJ  'Tfxtr lexers of tbe political pwtiw *tim> tl>c If^ffi  ft is GAIMQA-'ftftt 9fr*\  ^An4-wlw^-      TEACHERS' CONVENTION  Well Attended from; All Points  in the Valley, and Proved an  Interesting Gathering.  All schools in ;the Okanagan'  were "closed last Friday to permit:.  the teachers to-attend.a convention  at Vernon-on' Fridayahd Saturday..  ~'The" presidential ~" addressV\vas:  given_on; FridaVJl'afternoon by Mr-  * *al  m  7>m  A.M  -'-|%T  ��������������������������� -i".*-ggl  'tj~-r  ���������������������������ssy-j*-  ���������������������������*    i*~ r- *~  "  "      ���������������������������* > si  -is*.        iu  T-r y  ^1tT  ���������������������������v  ���������������������������s        _  r     _-  -iJ  1 ���������������������������  1  r \   -  f           r  "  ���������������������������t  v-   ���������������������������  t'  >M/'  rr**ZLl'  ���������������������������^7f7  VN5  To clean up the last of the War'f commitments an4 expenses;       ^  To establish |aeyon4 all question the capacity an4 cre4it of your country;  To care for the woun4e4 an4 maime4 soWier;  To -linance the honus of the returne4 soWier alrea4y pai4;k  To enahle the fruits of Victory to he *aruere4;  To ensure the prosperity of youf her citizen*.  The guns of war are silent���������������������������hut they ������������������re not yet cool.1  The Victory &oan m9 is a War J-o������������������n.J ^_  Cana4a*s hook of war is gloriously written���������������������������ntfjre this? the closing chapter, a  worthy one,   The responsibility is yours.   WN������������������J  work''and-thc- failure-;of-the'"-com-V  munity- lo .realize .sufljcientlyl'b^w^^Kv^jSA.i-^l  much Canada owes arid shall con-rS i?  tinuc to "owe to'.thc" laudable-'and \7  conscientious  work carried  on^ byj-1 -  the members of the teaching pro'-,  V  fession. ' "        V-i" '       . '-  "For years," Mr. Gordon emphatically declared, "Canada has taken - ���������������������������__-���������������������������  the services "of these 'men and wo-  men, in whose hands we place the,-  basic training of the rising.genera-,  tion of..this country/and for ycars  Canada lias given to many of them, -    '_  in' return for their earnest, trying  and reJ������������������.ponsible work an altogether  -sj inadequate reward." ��������������������������� .  The address-was listened "to .with    -  great interest by all." - .      ._  .<  At the evening session a most interesting paper was read by- Mr.  Mitchell, one.of-tJhe Okanagan Valley manual training instructors.  Mr. Mitchell dwelt at some length  upon the great prnclical value of  manual training to tlie boys of our  -g.! schools,-particulaclv���������������������������as- a -training ___  ^ j in   accuracy   and   resourcefulness.  <5 lie  then  went on  to  show  certain  *'iways in which the work could be  $ improved upon and a much greater  ^efficiency obtained.  t  The   rest   of   the    evening   was  spent in a long and dillicult discus-  's- *��������������������������� jH:  sssmm  y\  617  *���������������������������<  WWPI  tEAP I  V  C5># Official Prospectus  on another page.  r/frZ  Issue* hy Canadm's^Victaty Loan Committee  in co-operttim wiiknthe. Minister of Finance  of the SDrmik4on\ef Canada.  vt  S* sion on thc advisability of the Ok  **|anag:in Valley Teachers' Associa-  "0 tion becoming affiliated Avith the'  / B. C. Teachers' Federation, with  ^.headquarters in Vancouver... Thc  ���������������������������0 discussion resulted in an .-almost  ^'unanimous vote inr.favor of affili-  !ating at once.  On Saturday morning a commillcc of ten was elected'-to deal with  ^ithc whole question of salaries and   ,  ���������������������������0 at a later date, in the near future,-  ^' to   meet   with   school   trustees _ and.  Government officials to discuss this  very important matter.  It was also decided to make tlvs  teaclicr.s' convention a semi-annual  event md Mr. Welsh',, principal of  thc High School at Enderby, was  $ unai imo-jslv elected president for  thc year 1919-20.      .  Ninety teachers -attended thc  convention. Thcy were entertained  to light rcfrehmenls after the evening session by the slafF of tha.  Vernon schools- "Everyone was  greatly helped by the' V"nk. and  earnest deliberations of thc convention. Com.  'H :H "ik IA hA. ^ v* ���������������������������*& U& *^a *^ \si \sk \& >a4 ^i���������������������������,s4,  The money subscribed to the Victory   Loan   will   ultimately   circu-  .^- ^ *������������������k ^ ^ *������������������k  H&  ^   V?t  ���������������������������ak ^ H& N.sk NA -w^.tA -^ T& X& vm. ^ ^4. 1& V ]*[c in Canada lo the benefit of all ������������������feanagau Commoner  In which .is m'erged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Published every Thursday at Enderby, B.C..  by The  Walker Press, at  per year; SI.Of six months.  OKANAGAN COMMONER  j manager of the Vernon News; Mr. While, of the  j Summerland RevicAV, and Mr. McDougall, of the  jPcnlielon Herald and Princeton  Gazette.   ��������������������������� With  I Ihem came also Mr. Brand, manager of the Van-,  jeotiver Printers' Board of Trade and Mr. Jewell, a  'man  of" large experience in printing and newspaper work in Canada, especially: in British Columbia.    All  these genllemen,  together with the  managing  editors  of   Uie   two  Kelowna   papers,  secreted themselves Tor the best part of two days  in a room reserved for the occasion.   What plots  were  planned  on   Uie  unsuspecting.;public may  never be known, bul il is quite certain that wljen  such a bodv of men meet together something'is  going to happen".    Onc oi' the most important der  cisions readied  was a  campaign  to hold in  lhc  Valley much  of'lhe printing  that is now being  sent away, bolh east and west. , Tliis will bc done  by holding prices as low as possible and by sending   a   first-class   salesman   round   to   interview  I those firms who are purchasing printing duf of  lhe Okanagan.    Mr. Jewel  was selected as  lhis  salesman, and early in lhe new year he will make  bis introduction to lhe businessmen of the Whole  Valley, as he is  lo divide his  lime amongst lhe  various printing establishments.    Printing equipment in the Valley is as up-to-date������������������as any in Canada outside of lhe largest cilics, prices arc as low  tis  present-day  cosls  will ���������������������������..permit,  and  with   lhc  stimulating effects of Mr. Jewel as salesman it is  .confidently believed   that both  the  printers and  Iheir customers will find increased business ar*l  satisfaction."  THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 19111  Buying  for  THE FARMER NO LONGER THE GOAT  THURSDAY. OCT. :*().��������������������������� I'll?)  HELP VICTORY LOAN CANVASSERS  Word already has been  receiver  Loan canvassers lo the ell'eel  opposition   i.s   being   cxpressc*  position  lo buy bonds, who pu  ments  lo bolster up  their ease  ohjec"  mcnl  rom  Victory  lhal cerlain slrong  d   by   persons   in   a  up various argu-  Some bring up  lions  ol'  11  because   o!  ie  rclurned  lhe Government's I real-  soldiers; others complain  about lhc Government conlemplaling lhe purchase, of Ihe paying end of the Grand Trunk railway���������������������������numerous reasons are given. This makes  il dillicull for canvassers lo make any headway.  If persisted in il. will mean failure of lhe loan sro  ��������������������������� far as this dislrict is concerned.  There can be no justification I'or lhis allilude.  Let it be admitted a I lhe oulsel. for the sake of  "argumenl. lhal lhe presenl Loan is nol popular.  Nobody likcfijl. Nobody would sanclion il I'or a  moment if il -were nol necessary. Bul Ihe Loan  i.s necessary- If Canada is going lo finish ihe war  and get back lo business on ihe right basis, she  musl have lhe necessary money in order lo carry  on successfully, ll is nol necessary for one lo  be enthusiastic for Ihe Loan Jo recognize bow essential il is lhal lhe Loan be made a success. It  is nol necessary for one lobe an admirer of the  Union Government [o recognize Ihe nccil of lhe  hour. Whal we musl look al is our present and  future welfare as a nalion and prepare honorably  to meel lhe condilions war has forced upon us.  .We_ must recognize lhal Canada musl have  the exporl business offering if we are lo hold  together and move forward, and lhal Canada can  have this exporl .business only on the condition  that wo can finance il I'or lhe Molhcr Country  and her European .neighbor friends. If we can  not raise Iho'money, wc: cannol have lhe business.  Wc do nol believe in appealing for support of  thc Victory Loan on  palriolic grounds.    Canada  needs  the  monev and  musl   have il.    Therefore  i  Politicians are trying hard lo iind a reason for  the political turn over in Ontario.    Credit should  be given some of tbem for not saying for publication what they.Ihink.   But very lillle credit can  be   given   those   who   have  said' for   publication  what i.s on  their minds.    Thcy seem lo' treat lhe  whole Ihing as a joke on the Hearst (iovernnienl.  or a joke Uie people have played upon themselves  ���������������������������forgellinn- lhal. old saw aboul fooling thc people.    Bul the-politicians are wrong.    They have  failed all along lo sense Ihe feeling of the "people  of Canada.    Our leaders every lillle while speak  for publication al Ottawa aboul  lhe good grace.1-:  of Ihe 'Union Government and lelj lhe dear people lhal Ibis Union Governmcnl must go on and.  on. and  on.     And  all   the  while   lhe  people  arc  laughing in their sleeve. They know if lhc leaders  do. nof know lhal Union Governmcnl will nol go  on and on and on.    Throughout Canada the people are-only wailing lhe chance lo do jusl what  was  done  in  Ontario   the  other  day.     And   the  longer' lhe opportunity is in coining thc beaviei"  will be Ihe lurn-over.    The politician who cannol  sense  this-is nol alive"    He  own egotism.  Speaking  of   lhc   [urn-over   in   Ontario   Farm  anl  Home says:  "Nol  wilhoul  good   reason   the  farmer has in  the past been considered, great in  mass mil small in importance.    Politicians have  moulde.d   lhcir  minds and  framed  lhcir policies  lo suiljlheir own ends..   In'Ontario at leas! the  tables have been  turned;  Ihe ncxl  legislature- of  lhal province will be controlled by Ihc.organized  farmers.    Full  credit is due  to  Ihcsplcndid organization  of  the   Uniled  Farmers,  who,  for at  Ieasl   Iwo ycars,  were  openly preparing  I'or  Ihe  campaign.      ln   lhc   face   of   results   thcy   have  proved themselves nol only a highly cllicieyl. co-  opera five' organization   in   agricultural   mailers.  hul lhe   strongest   political   parly   in'Ontario  as  well.    Brilish Columbia farmers may profit well  by studying llie eflicicncy of lhe eastern organization  which has secured for lhe Ontario farmers  nol only political control.' bul access lo lhe wholesale markets, which has meant a  real savingof.  dollars and cents lo every member of the movement.'"  is submerged in  his  Warmer Winter Clothing  The bright new seasonuble Merchandise on  display  throughout' the  store  is'.attracting-  favorable attention and approval from those with -winter supplies to purchase.   Splendid qualities-  combined  with   moderate  prices  will  commend themselves to nil who desire the best values  obtained. '   'S  Underwear    for   Men,    Women   and   Children,'   in   all   the  leading- makes  Shoes and Rubbers in Every Wanted Kind  Excellent  Values  An   Blankets,   Com orters,    Sheets   and  Sheeting-  Crockery and Enamel Ware at Most Interesting- Prices     ������������������  Ready-to-wear Garments for Women  Clothing- and Furnishing- for Men D  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  J  Canadian  VERNON, B .C.       BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOH STORE  Food Control License Nol 8-21018.  COURAC.E.  DETFdlMfNATION.   UNANIMITY  we. a.s liard-lieaded Canadians, musl provide lhe  money in full measure lo maintain prosperity  and uphold lhe cause of the Dominion. Argumenl  i.s not necessary lo show us our duly in lhis matter- 11 is a.s necessary lo carry the coun try's  credit now as il was lo carry il through lhe  =fMlTTiTCaTit^~i o~ a rl> u c" "Iiga ritjf l^Uir^Vi-rtorw  COMMON  SENSE OVER  PREJUDICE  ~vtut:    n~imnHrmir-1 o argn  Loan now.  When lhe men who went overseas were asked  lo give Iheir lives in the country's cause Ihev did  not stop to quibble aboul the Ihiiujs Ihev did no  like aboul il.    They gave free  oared lo sacrilice ail thev bad  ������������������ A greal victory has .been won by coin men sense  over prejudice. Gumption has triumphed over  ulira conservatism and inertia. The-World 'Trade  Club of San Francisco and the Metric Association  of New York have just received a classification of  Ihe petitions mailed wilhin the past few months  to^rT^itlcriTl^Wtfcoir^  la tors,  and  by  Ihem   referred   Lo  lhc  Bureau  of  Standard. Department of Commerce.    .These petitions relate lo Ihe exclusive use of metric hieas-  Ibiiuis Ihey did nol! arcs  by   lhe   United  Slates.    00  per cent   of  the  y.    Thoy were pre-,petitioners favored  Ihis essential progress.    Less  We are only asked ; lhan 1   per cenl were againsl.    "fhis is a victory  it lhal. jl'or common sense.    Il shows that'thinking p'eo-  "We must have courage .and determination and  must summon lhe necessary unanimity,"' said a  distinguished Brilish statesman Ihc other day in  counselling his countrymen on the necessily of  maintaining her trade- These are lhe'words lhal  '.'Xpress exactly what wc need in Canada today.  Thc Victory Loan which is now'being olVcre'din  every community, must be pushed through lo  success wilh courage, determination and absolute unanimity if Canada is lo prove worthy of  her opportunity.  Greal opportunities for trade lie wilhin the  grasp of Canada if her farmers, wage-earners,  merchants and .manufacturers have foresight  enough to reach for them. On Ihc maintenance  of our great overseas trade buill up'"during the  war rests our ability to carry on. One*of the. great  objects of thc Loan apart from the rehabilitation  of'the returned soldier, is Ihe raising of capital  necessary to enable lhe Government lo continue  its system of. credits to,Great Britain, France,  Belgium and "other, countries, and al the same  time pay cash to the Canadian producer On these  credits our presenl and future trade depends and  all Canadians must unite lo ensure an .ample-subscription .to the Loan, which alone will render  flic in (possible. rHhe responsibility, rests upon  every conimunily to do its share. We cannot escape it.  What are we coming to! Seattle paper com.  panics are refusing lo self paper "supplies loJprinl  .shops which have agreed to the striking printing  trades demands. ' Such h.ig'hLhanded, action as  this is bringing lhc United Stales aiid Canada to  lhe verge of revolution as fast as class legislation  can do il.   -  MORE  SUGAR   REQUIRED  A NtV^York authority seriously slates that prohibilion lias resulted in Ihe coTisumption of enormous quantities of sugared soil drinks, and the  sugar consumption in lhe United Slates has increased 500,000 tons in  nine months.  .11 is evident from lhis lhat fruit and vegetable  growers must take note of lhe increased possibilities   lo  supply   '"ruit   juice-" and",growing  sugar  .beds.   The'dny of Barleycorn is passing and fruit  juice and sugar beet should be welcome successors.    They cosl more,  lo produce but  the head,  it is argued, docs nol react as-violently aflcr them  as it did in,the al'lermalh of,the extract of\goldcn .  hiii" ley-   Prohibition may hurl the.rye and barley;  industry",bill it. certainly; is making greater pro/',  duction of sugar cane, sugar beet and ail kinds oV  fruil necessary.    -  Don't Ihink hecausc^vou have onlv .$100 to put'  inlo a  Victory Bond  thai  that $100 will not be  needed.    There were no fewer than 707.701 subscribers of $500 and  under- lo  the  last  Vic for"  .oiiii, and  their subscriptions amounted  fo over  $100,000,000-  Millions of pounds of Canadian bacon wliHi  has spoiled"cluring the.recent spell of hot weather  in Great Britain.and -which was being hoarded  by wholesalers, i.s now being sold to soap manufacturers for $00 a ton.  Tl is estimated that-ihe total payment to Canadian bondholders, iu interest, as a result of tbe  Victory Loans for war purposes, will reach a  total of $03,000,000 a year. Consider the business,  advantage, which must come from such a circulating and-recurring asset. -   lor money; and sonic complain  M is noi as if we worn asked lo give our money jple are practically unanimous in recognizing .the  wilhoul recompense.  that  il  be loaned  Ihc  i  Thc Governmcnl onlv asks jadvanlages of molrie  weigh Is  A.  pav :)':j per cent !'or lhe use ef il  edged inveslnienl. as safe as llie  Which pays less inleresl.  prepared  ll   is a'' gi  savings  lo  ian!  Icause   ol  ���������������������������world uni  j writers in  .;>  canvassers will not bave an  ll   is  every  Canadian's  dill  as light as possible���������������������������-al-Ieasl  I'lie��������������������������� Government of Canada  policy mav nol suit  us;  per  easv  y to  not*  may  baps  ���������������������������-Victory Loan  task   Ibis  year,  make that  task  to add  lo  il.  have faults;  its  we could do much boiler if we.were lhe Government. Bul lhal is not the question. The poinl is  that Canada wants lo borrow $^00,000,000 or  more from'her ..own citizens. She" offers-the best  security in the world; is prepared lo pay a high  rale-of inleroslVand guarantees to spend all the"  money borrowed wilh the people from whom il  is borrowed. Ii means a good inveslmen  continued prosperity, for nil.  Whv knock  i  1  2  versa I  and measures be-  Ilicit* simplicity, logical relations and  ormity. On all keyboards of all .type-  all languages are found the characters  ! 5 (i 7 S 0 0.    The units constitute an u.ii-  language of "quantity..  THE ORACLE'S PLEADING  and  9  These cms  celehr  weeks  Prince  ral  of  Walt Mason, who thinks sermons in rhyme,  I (Vers this hi Vol' solid advice:' 'Good sense is de-  jnanded. or we shall be stranded; we ought to he  sensible! now; but slill we arc fretting and swearing and sweating and raising the deuce of a row.  'Be Dalie.nl and quid, don't kick up a riot,' Ihe  oracle tells us in'vain; 'gel down to-crocheting  and cut out lhe braying, and. prove lo lhe world.  vou are sane. The worlcLhas gone bally and na-'  (lions are cally. they're filled'wilh' a rancor in--  WHERE   THE   CELEBRITIES . GATHER       jlensc; and .now its  the duly of everv galoolv to    Ise'l an example of sense.'    The oracle's pleading  Kelowna Courier facetiously remarks: "Il|bul lillle we're heeding, we're milling around in  lo be a custom  these davs I'or tbe world's jour tracks; the oracle thunders and shows us our  lies to pav a.-visil lo Kelowna.    Onlv,n few j blunders, and bees us lo get down lo tacks.    And  honored bv a visil from  Ihoj.slill we are spieling and kicking lhe ceiling, and  'cussing and ran"  and whoopiiufn  of ground-    The  arc making:  we've denied il up wilh our roars;  the  limes will  be  dizzy  until   we  get  busy;���������������������������gel  ago we were  of  Wales.   Ihen  came  I  Canada, and now. last I  day. the cily was honored bv I  of'lhe Okanagan Valley being  visitors comprised Mr. Walkei  Commoner and Armslron  ie Governor-Gen-,  Yidny and Salur- j  ie newspapermen';  our .o'uesls. Tbe  . of the Enderby ]  .Advertiser. Mi  wildly cavorting  pawing up acres'  ling around, ant  nd snorting, anc  welkin is shaking from noise wc  making:  we've denied il up wi  limes  will  be  dizzy  until   we  j  XXX X XXX X X X XX_X. KX.K X  x    pEpp CKEEEJv NEWS     x  sr   sr   sr   \r   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   ������������������r  X   X   X   X   X   rs   V,   *������������������   ������������������*   #������������������   js   rs   rs   *s   ������������������������������������  There w:is :i good iillcndiincc ;it  Rev. Mr. Dow's monthly service  last Sunday sit Mrs. .liimieson's  house  inj;pitc- of the cold  snap.  "Work on Ihe Endcrhy-Salmon  Arm road between Andrew'Paul's  ranch and Cia'rdiner's corner is in  progress.. iuidc|; Mr. Davidson,  ('.ravelling and grading should  make this long slretrih of llie road  one of the best  for speed.  . Mrs..   . Wodehouse  from  the coast.  has    relumed  >.������������������,.j.,j.^.,j..j..j..;..j..;..j..:..:..:..:..:������������������;..:..:..:.  ������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������:���������������������������������������������:���������������������������������������������  i MAT. HASSEN t  Auctioneer and Livestock  Salesman  *  $ ARMSTRONG  I  ?  ?  ���������������������������?  I  B.C.  1 have   a   wide   acquaintance  amongst   buyers.   .  Consult    me  wlien you want  to   hold   a   sale  Also send mc   particulars of   i iv  surplus stock you wish to   dispose  of,  ���������������������������  PHONE No. 34  WHEN YOU WANT A IIURRY-UP  ORDER, WITH QUICK SERVICE  AND PROMPT DELIVERY, JUST  PHONE OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT���������������������������NO. 7f).  WI! HAVE AD DIM) A DELIVERV  RIG AND"-INSTALLED A PHONE  IN ORDER TO HANDLE. ORDERS  PROMPTLY AND TO SERVE OUR  PATRONS WELL.  REMEMRER, TOO, THAI' WE CAN  SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS IN MEN'S  AND ROYS CLOTHING, ROOTS &  SHOES, UNDERWEAR AND HATS  & CAPS, RURBERS, ETC.  KEEP YOUR EEET DRY AND DO  NOT  SUPPER  SICKNESS.  A name that stands foi* the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel     !^���������������������������HY       Enderby  15; ill  htick lo mir usual chores."  4mJ^������������������<������������������J������������������><KK~><K'<">*VV,>v,>vvvvv*'''  Get the Local News��������������������������� take the Commoner THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1919  mr,rs*Bm^jB&r^^1^^^^^^������������������m*m'- m^^^B^B^i^B^^^i^B^I^B^Bm^rB^B^tB*  Important Clearance Sale by  Public Auction  Horses,  Cattle,   Hogs,  Poultry,  ���������������������������>���������������������������-   Household , Furniture,  Implements,  Hay,  Grain,      ,  Straw, Etc.  ([*������������������ "���������������������������--.��������������������������� -^  j I am instructed by Mr. W. G.  Huffman' to sell by Public Auction for the highest dollar, at  his ranch 4 1-2 miles north of  Enderby, on the Mara Road, on  TIiups., th Ndv.  At 1 la." m. sharp  (old time)  LIVE STOCK  11-year old Gelding, weight 14501bs  Aged gelding weight 14501bs V������������������V ���������������������������  12-yr-old Driving and Saddle Pony  5-yr-old  grade  Ayrshire  Cow,  due  21th December.  5-yr-old     grade    Shorthorn     Cow,  milking and due Feb. 23rd  5-vr-old    grade    Shorthorn    Cow,  fresh and bred 8th October  9-vr-old     grade    Shorthorn     Cow,  milking'and bred 1st October  3-vr-old grade Holstein Cow, milking and due 25th February  o  i-9-yi-old    grade-    Red '   Polled  heifer, due 25th February  Two.   yearling     grade     Shorthorn  heifers  Four yearling grade steers.  Six. Calves  One Berkshire Brood Sow  Scv.'Mi Shoats  (125 lbs).  Forlv Leghorn  Hens and  Pullets  Twelve Leghorn Cockerels  Eleven' Plymouth  Rock  Hens  IMPLEMENTS 7  Wagon -    - ���������������������������  Huggy.  Set Heavy Sleighs  Cutter  Disc Harrow, 3-section drag  Seed   Drill   with   grass .seed   attachment   (nearly   new.)  Deering 5-ft Mower   ,  Sift   Horse Rake  Jno Deere Breaking Plow  (new)  ,    John Deere Stubble Plow (12-in)  with  wooden  beam. ' ,_  Planet Jr. Seeder Cultivator  Horse Cultivator  Wheelbarrow ..  Set heavv work harness  Set Single Harness  - Robes. "  Cow chains and bells.s  Forks, shovels, barrels, etc.  FARM PUobtrcE  ���������������������������*- s  *;0 tons 1st and 2nd cut Alfalfa   .  !>'}':tons- Tiit'iolhy-and-clover hay.  ���������������������������*-;\'d .-.v.-������������������R sa.v������������������d.J: .,>yi\l.. he sojd  "i Vied" inVlnls. .'"*'"' "'   ''      '  '     f"'-'V'loos .Oats in  sacks       ' "   ���������������������������'  -   -i  inn-wheat in sacks   _   ^ _  I hi P." "on Wee McGregor Potatoes  in-sacks, - ;���������������������������  ���������������������������Stark of Straw      o    .  So gallons Cider.  ..   TTOUSEHOLP EFFECTS  Comfort)    -wilh  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  ST sr  X       GRINDROD NOTES        x  X '���������������������������     /���������������������������'       Ys  K XX XXXXXX X X X it X X X X  Don't forget the dance on Friday,  Oct; 31st:  .   A. Tomkinson is again; cutting in  his sawmill here.  Mrs. J. E. Pacey was in Eriderby  on business last week.  ." Mr." and Mrs. Rashleigh were visitors to Vernon last week.  The carpenters are now busy  putting the ceiling in the Grindrod  Hall.  \Mr. Tracey, of the Adams River  Lumber Company, was in Grindrod  buying logs last week.  About  2.30  last Thursday * after-'  XX X X XX X X X X X X X X X X X  X x  X        V.MARA .NEWS" ������������������  "  .J -   '   " '���������������������������-,.   it  X X XX X X X X X i's it X X X X X X  7 Mayor Shatford of Vernon mo-  ,tored to Mara on Saturday on Victory Loan business.  Miss Swan and Miss Mutrie motored to Vernon on Friday to attend  the  Teachers'  Convention.  Owen Rosoman returned to  Mara on Saturday, thinking a deal  more of Mara since residing ^at the  coast. ,  The dance last Friday night was  a very enjoyable affair, many being in attendance from Enderby  and Grindrod.  Jack Rogers    arrived    home last  noon a fire was discovered in the|week- He is stiU <Iuite lame. His  Grindrod station and in less than man>' friends hope he will speedily  half   an   hour, the    .building J was  burned to the ground.    Fortunately  Mr. Stroulger and Mr  recover the full use of his limbs..  'Mr.   and   Mrs.   Harley  and   child  Statisticians     have     found  whereas   the   Franco-Prussian   war  of  1870  cost  $20,700,000  per  day,"  the   Great   War    just - ended  $3QO,000,000 daily.  Mr. Harley have been employed at  Revelstoke all summer.  J. Monk wei;e! returned to Mara .last week to stay  close;at,hand when the smoke was oil the ranch. Mr. Winter and  first seen and they, !w|th others  quickly summoned, removed all express and freight from the building;  Nothing is known as to how the  fire started, but it is the,belief of  those first on the scene that a trackwalker went into the station and  put on a fire to warm himself, then  left it without making sure of il  being safely under control.  SOAPS MAY ADVANCE IN PRICE  JUST AS EVERYTHING ELSE IS  ADVANCING, BUT IF YOU BUY  THE BEST TOILET SOAPS 'YpU  WILL NOT NOTICE THAT THERE  IS ANY ADDITIONAL EXPENSE,  FOR THE BETTER QUALITY OF  HAND SOAP WILL OUTLAST THE  SOAPS LESS IN PRICE.  CHEAP HAND SOAPS ARE THE  MOST EXPENSIVE IN THE END.  A  as an Investment  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X X  X  GRANDVIEW BENCH  A. REEVES  0     ENDERBY  In   sentencing    Hyslop . James, a  XX X X X X X X X X X X XXX  Canadian   soldier,   to   nine  months  Miss   Carlson   attended   the   con- for  bigamy,  the judge "at the -Old  yention of teachers at Vernon last  Bqiiley   police .court,   London, 'the  that [ Friday. other  day. expressed   astonishment  It  i.s   reported   that  the  Governr at the number of cases' in which  ment  intends  to  put. in 'a  sawmill Canadian    soldiers     had -deceived  cost on  the timber limits near what is English   girls    by    bigamous   mar-;  known as the Mara Meadows. fia'ges.  Surpasses even the old Fairy'Tafes!     For   instance,  Diamonds  ave advanced more than double in the past five years, and another advance of 40 per cent, is predicted   before   beginning    of  year.  ������������������ Diamond is not like other merchandise as it never wears out.  It does not cost you continually for repairs. It continues to increase in value while all else depreciates. Whether you sleep  or work, its value continues to increase. Meanwhile' you have  the prestige .which attaches itself to one who owns a Diamond,  to say nothing of enjoying its beautiful sparkle  At the beginning of this year we were able to take- advantage  of the market.   While present stock lasts you have your oppbr-'  tunity, as we have not-marked them up; but when present stock  is sold, we must then procure more.    We  will   necessarily  have  to buy at a dvanced prices and sell accordingly.  Suggest your early investment in Diamond Rings, Brooches or.  Pendants.  Goldsmith  G. J. WHITEN  Vernon,  B. C.  Silversmith  Xh  ������������������><  >o  <><  ���������������������������<)'  MX  >o<  o<  Autos for Hire  OFFICIAL PttOSPEC'TtJS  "The Bridge from War to Peaee"-iwi������������������riiw*oiW*if*  tttB MttttSftft oPPtNAsexz or the Domionion of Canada offers for Public Subscription the  RfinfCc     (Horn  'ir"- l.'Mik,  I!', r* t p r  "V- v'  S-<:e  Moors,  io  ;,s  chairs  1':-.   cm:  :".   ',:r,-;i,u'   roo  '.)  Mockers   - ' - -  Vorris and  aiii chairs  3   Iron   Bcdstt :u!s-with   springs,  naiirrsscs   mid   bedding. -  Hrcsscrs'and "''ash stands,  Si-'c'"o.'>rd. ���������������������������. ^  S^'-in'* M.'^hii.c   (new Williams)  ^���������������������������'.'ol'.r.icn   ������������������**���������������������������:....nij-voom   Table  ������������������.;;���������������������������.'.! .>]-,  T;dde  '"Vri = '".������������������������������������������������������������������������ Tables,  T ounge, "  Two hanging Lamps  Table  Lamps,  T.ncc  and  Tapestry  Curtains,  Window Shades,  Table   Linen,-  R-rhiv  Clock,  ^n^ri'-^AC y-n tii a^h o n c=-w-i t h^60=-u V-  ..'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Ar.   '-.in orris.  Pro "'eery.  Piis   T-ipns. psuls.  'W ;n-:il   Crop-i,   Scnfi'-ntor  rr,..n S-ffjilInn  Cream' Cans  rivirn  P'-itn- Worker  Pirliircs.  Prr"!������������������'rved  Fruit. Etc.  O'lopiiix-  of- Stovcwood  and  sea-  'cono.i  lumber. 2xG. 2x4. 1x12.  LVNCI1  WILL RE SERVED.  TEKMS���������������������������Cash on everything bul:  stock   and   implenicnls,   on   which  six months credit will be given on,  lein notes for all sums over $25, at  8 per cent interest..  .    MAT HASSPN  AUCTIONEER ARMSTRONG  C. F. B- license No; 9-3409 *���������������������������  $300,000,000. 5 V% Gold Bonds  fieariag interest from November 1st, 1919, and offered in two maturities, the choice of which is option***!  _ '��������������������������� '     ^     '-  , ��������������������������� ~ with the subscriber as follows: . .   '   *=    .   :';'-'*:'.  $jr<tt*fi<mdi due November Ut. 1424 15 year Bonda due November Ut, 1*34  .  Principal payable without charge at the Office of the Minister of Finance, and Receiver. General at  Ottawa, or at the Office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Chariottetown, Montreal*  Toronto,^Wiimineg,-Regtna. Calgary and Victoria. -   .'r~i:'-,-������������������������������������������������������ -%���������������������������-'-:--> ���������������������������'.  . >   Bonds tnay be registered as to principal or as to-principal and interest, as hereinafter provided, at any  of tbe abovfettentxxied offices. -        ���������������������������>_.-..,, <;\    ,     V,  Interest payable, without charge, half-yearly. May 1st and NovemberTlst," at any: branch in Canada  ofany Chartered Bank. ^^.. a. ."...._-.   ���������������������������-/"   -. ''>  |Vbx4|ral awl tnteim payable in Gold* p������������������ioroliw������������������on������������������: |9f f |>W, |5ff t and f l,������������������ff  Iwpptop RptiiTO 5H% ppv 4w www  Mft of f|i#.iwtrw]ftbe H������������������edto pay mpbtwdntm tocwrwl, and to ro������������������������������������t e������������������wn4ltwwf  \ connection witb demaMl&������������������M<m (including tbe awtboriwd war xwtwmmti  , Unit ������������������ettf*m*nt |oan������������������, and otber pwpfmtt connected irtth tbrtr t^eifaW&lwnjw  ���������������������������������������������* ^ ������������������_ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� - v Mj.9t^H- ?Mhty wp������������������������������������ ���������������������������wpbwiWh)������������������. and ot^r w^ww.iwdwwif��������������������������� "fnrp������������������M������������������(>  9frt 5LS8W*������������������ 't MvdHvtritiV rwowitrwptjonpvommmf, and wr the tm&Vmmmt wjwy'wcii:  SKiSSffiSiff9 ^*WJ^*I# Q* ^lw, fra*������������������w'������������������ tlwNr and oxhrf pwwM, mt\ wW ptt tptut  .~SS..   --.."..'. Payment to be nwje as. follows: , ~-   -  \t\% on apptamwu $a% December 9tb, ������������������9>9; 20% January Wi, W8QJ  ^r      8p% febnwry filth, ^920; .    31.3|% m& m, ������������������tWt  Experienced in handling general  Auto repairing  All work guaranteed  ���������������������������  tPftm  Sour.  *  tn  J1?  i  -0  Jas. McMahon & Son    j  Vernon Road  >o  >o<  Enderby   jj   >co  A Carload Just Arrived  ;l'  our an  /-  Teece & Sbh,   Enderby  >mdep(pr������������������VKJi������������������$i(i������������������ues.   Tn������������������?  nart of toa amount subscribed  fv������������������ at tbe tune of application aHQO witbbwt interests or on any i������������������^|������������������  wjtb accrued wterest at tne rate>o| 6H% per annwn.  ��������������������������� ���������������������������-,   -   *���������������������������  / Act of ttwPwbament of Canada, mn ^tbpnncfwdiind Antrrtnt nn  evenue FiwhJ.  "MWO.poo, exclusive of tbe amount (if any) paid (or by tbe tmmtfK of  ter of finance, howeyer, reserves the ogb$ to mot th* wb^e or UPf  excess of f 300,000,000.  AQ( iOVopf tbe amount subsenbed.  OflficU|lCanvasserawil| forward subscriptions or any  ���������������������������������������������-.: ��������������������������� .-.-v-.-.4fd������������������nyCb^rteradBank will accept subscriptions and issue receipts. '  ^bBCriptwis may. pa paid in full at. tune of application at 100 without interest, or on any instalment  duedatatweafter, togetber with accrued interest to time of making payment in full. Under this provision*  l|'Wliw������������������f#5PI*������������������cwj������������������wsr be made as follows:  ��������������������������� -wid infvffonw before November J5th, |9|9. par without interest or 100%.   instalments paid on pec. Oth, J919, balance of 90% and interest (100.83 per 1100).  instalments paid onJan. 0th, 1920, balance of 70% and interest ($70.84 per f 100).        ��������������������������� instalments paid on Feb- ?0th, *920, balance of 50% and interest ($51.08 per il00).  rwoaiiww instalment paid on Mar. Oth, 1920, balance of 30% and interest (*3121 per f 100).   m jywwt ofinitalmrntsor payment in full after November I5th������������������ 1919, can beuJaoe only ob an instal-  P^ominatipvi w������������������4 fle&i������������������trati<m        ������������������  Bearer bonds,, witb coupons, will be issued in denomination of tto, 8100, tm and 11*000, and may be  ���������������������������   ���������������������������j __.. ���������������������������**.. ^ coqpon attached to these bonds will be due on lyfay 1st. 1930.  terest on which is paid direct to the owner by Government cheque, will be  fl,ooo, |5,ooo, fio,ooo, |35,ooo, |50,ooo, f loo.ooo, or any fltyj$fp!e������������������f  Y ' Fayment of Invest  JtfUM) baif-yetr'a interest at tbe rate of 5H% per annum will be paid May 1st, 1930.  Form o| Pq~p4 ������������������������������������4 P^livery  \  If you havent tried our hams  and bacon you have not tried  the beat   ..-*  ,/  GEO. B. HH^iiPE  Wholesale and Retail Butcher  ,  Enderby  bonds of this issue wui pe avauaote for delivery at tne time or appi  lyment in full-   Bonds registered as to principal only, or fully registered as to principal and  be delivered to subscribers making payment in full, as soon as Jhe required rejistratian can be:  Vftyroent of all instalments must be made at the bank originally named by the sujfecriber.  vr Non-negotiable receipts wiH be furnished to all subscribers who desire to pay by instalments.   These  :*wae*jpts will be exchangeable at subscriber's bank for bonds on any instalment date when subscription-is>  -pildwfuU.   iUlnociptemustbeexcbangedbeforelst June, 1920. .      ^  / /$Qtm of 0oo4s Iwterelutt^  , Subject to the payment of 25 cents for each new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without  1oonpms will have the right to convert into bonds with coupons, and holders of bonds witb coupons wi*  )nve the right to convert into fully registered bonds without coupons, at any time, on application to tbe  Maaster of^rinance or any Assistant Receiver General. V-  u  Forms of application may be obtained from any Official Canvasser, from any Victory Loan Committee^  Or.'meraber thereof, or from any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank. ./   ���������������������������-^S    VVf  Subscription lists will close on or before November 15tht 1919^  pBTAaTMBNT op Finance, Ottawa, October 27th, 1919. '  Keep Canada's Farms and Factories Busfy ���������������������������  rtrxru"i-nj~i-ru~i.rij~Lnj^r*ir**in/^<~i���������������������������irrm"*~r*���������������������������*^ ��������������������������� ^ ^.^ ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������^^������������������  It takes but a moment to get in touch;  a word or two and the  doubt is removed.  The conveniea' e it,  and the satisfaction in  knowing that at a  moment's call you can  =speaMo-anv-=poinHn  the Okanagan is worth  many times the cost of  having a . 'phone in  your house.  .Vj*  LfM~o-uri_n-rij-trir->r>j~ii~ ~^"^ J-rf-*-il" ~ ~i~ *������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������*-**^*^ ^^>^*^>^������������������^  Ohanagan Tel  Are you going to do any  Suiting- or Repairing*  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD. VALUES:  No. 4 Ceiling, Flooring and Siding. .$20.00 per M  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 $25.00. per M  16-inch Slab Green Wood   $2.50 per load  OKANAGAN  &  V  MILLS, Ltd. EfflKRBY  Thcrc is a general impression abroad lhal lhe  total amouni of money invested by any onc subscriber in the Victory Loan 1919 will bc suhv-r"  to taxation. This impression is erroneous.- Il wilt  be the interest from the investment ihat will.be.  taxed, not lhe principal invested. OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1910  ������������������ j; it it x a x J? a x X x ss s? x >? k  m ��������������������������� x  X ENDERBY NOTES       x  ������������������ it  f  *E$STl@ft$S������������������  There is more energy  in.   a.   pound  of  good  breaol   msvde   in   ike  home with Royal Yeast  Cakes than in a. pound  ofmeai. Breadmaking  is  a. simple operation  and   requires   no  previous experience.   Fall  instructions   in Royal  Yeast Bake Book,  mailed free on request.  E.*W. GILLETT CO. LTD.  TORONTO  IK'lll  Mrs.     Geo.  her daughter  Brown  in Idaho.  i.s     visiting  Harry Worlh was a visitor from  Trinity Valley on Mondav.  Mrs.    IT.   Mann  spent Wednesday  and   Mr.   Rands  in Armslrong.  The success of lhe Victory Loan  i.s neccsary to combine prosperity  with peace.  590 Women Wanted  To buy the latest improved  Singer Sew-hm- Machines with full  line of np-to-d ite attachments.  A few used machines in good  condition, cheap.  Shop opposite Theahre, Vernon,  B.C.    Also machines in stock  at  Mc cPhail-Smiths Store.  , Arrru; rong, 3. C.  WRITE  G. A. McWilliams, Agent.  BOX 342  Vernon, B.C.  When you buy Victory Bonds |  you havc-an investment you can be I  quite-sure of. j  left last week  to   friends   in  Mrs.     J.     Mackay   has    returned  it'ter a month's visit to Penticton.  it  The loose ends of the war will  be caught up bv the Victory Loan  1919.  SS  Miss  May  Mackay  on   a   month's   visit  Penticton.  it  JMr.   and   Mrs.   Geo.   13.   Johnston  are   preparing . to   leave   for   Vancouver next Monday.  .Mr. and Mrs. LaTVoy spent last  week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest  Hallam al Armstrong.  sr  Porn���������������������������On Oct. 28th, at the Enderby Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. T.  J. Colquette, a daughter.'  sr  rs  Miss Gibbs returned from England Wednesday morning, after  an absence of several months.  Thc instalment plan for the purchase of Victory Bonds is a great  boon   to   thrifty  working people.  Really, now, it docs begin to look  a.s if there was a conspiracy in  some parts of Canada against the'  Government!  .    X  Nurse   McPherson  available bed in the  pital   now   occupied  tients doing well.  SC  Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Colquette, of  Hawarden, Sask., are visiting their  brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. S.  I). Colquette, of Enderby.  A. D. Robarge was out hunting a  few days ago and ran across a coy-  otte   near   town..    He   bagged   Mr.  Cunning and got a fine pelt.7  *   "X  JMr. A. R. Rogers visited Enderby  the past week, from Minneapolis,  to go into the question of proposed  extensions to the mill with Manager  Marley.  X  Docs it not seem absurd for the  fruit growers of the Okanagan to  have to send to Vancouver for box  material, with ' so many sawmills  operating in the Valley?  A social dance from 8 to 12 is  the be given in the Opera House by  tlie Enderby Social Club on Wednesday eve, Nov. 5th. Music by  the Enderby Orchestra.  Unreserved Public  Auction  24 head Registered Red Polls  The Ideal Farmer's Cow  COLD WEATHEI  reports   every  Enderby Hos-  with   all   pa  A social will be.held in the Hull-  car Hall, on Thursday evening,  Nov. Oth, commencing at a quarter  to eight. Mr. Welsh of Enderby,  will lecture.     Everybody welcome.  The severe weather of the past  week oi-o ten days put a crimp in  our Indian summer. But it was not  so bad when we recall that, at Calgary thermometers registered 10  below zero and they enjoyed the  earliest skating ever known in the  history of that city.  X  Il is estimated that there are still  many thousands of boxes of choice  apples awaiting picking in the  orchards around Kelowna and lnHc  points. Thc crop has exceeded all  Expectations, with the result that, a  shortage of boxes has existed for  weeks, with none to be had.   "  ���������������������������  ������������������n_ 7  A public meeting in. the interest  of the Victory Loan will be held in  Having been favored with instructions from JMr. Leslie Dilworlh  I will sell bv Auction, al bis ranch  3% mlies N.E. of Kelowna, B. C, on  the Vernon Road, on���������������������������  Wednesday, Nov. 12th  at 1 p.m. sharp  13 mature cows  0 heifers, 5 to 15 months old  5 bulls, 4 to 10 months old  All bred cows bave bcen served  by, and all young heifers and bulls  are sired by, "Royal Charmer of  Jean DuLuth," 2598-29052. This  bull has 37%% blood of Teddy's  Best, 17003, being 32 times a champion, and out of thc richly-bred  cow "Gazelle," 32011, with an A. ft.  record of <130.9lbs of butter fat, and  in show condition - weighed over  1-fOOlbs.  *������������������T)on't miss this opportunity of  getting some real "milk plus beef"  cattle.  All born before February 1918  have bcen  tuberculin tested.  Catalogue containing full particulars can 0be .obtained from the  owner or the auctioneer..  Terms cash.  MAT HASSEN, Auctioneer  Armstrong. B. C.  RUBBERS  Buy "Maltese Cross" Brand and   be-.happy  and   comfortable.  Quality  and  Price guaranteed.  MACKINAW CLOTHING  Coats, Shirls and Trousers in.Carss   and   (other   well-known  ���������������������������Brands.'  SWEATERS     AND SWEATER COATS  For Men and Boys.    "Pride of the West," Penman's, Jaeger's  UNDERWEAR  Stanfield's,   Watson's   and   Penman's in: 2-piccc '& combinations  HEAVY SOX  Full line of Hanson's in 3'/.ib, 'lib, and '51b.  GLOVES AND MITS CAPS FELT SLIPPERS  Let us have your order'for lhal   new  I "all  Suit  and  Overcoat.  Satisfaction  Guaranteed.  o  Local  agents  for the  well-known  Pathephones.  _ . ,_  Enderby Supply Co.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS superscribed  'Tenders for Enderby'Bridge,"'will  be received by tlie Honourable the  lie will soon be Here  Arc your healing ancl Plumbing systems in order?  Or clo. yon wan I a new  ing or plumbing'system?  bcal-  Wc arc prepared  llie besl of service.  to give you  Sloves, Ranges, Healers,  Stove Pipes���������������������������  lo     make  Kvcrytliing  comfortable.  Consult  us, or  we will call ancl  o  write, us,  sec vou.  you  ancl  Our   slock    ol   Harness   and.  -Ma rncss-Pa rlsJs .no.W-ii]. ���������������������������Come.  and look il over.  Ltd.  Enderby, 13. C.  aa3aaHC5aanaai5saE]assaEia0EiBa  1 WOULD BE PLEASED TO  RECEIVE THE LISTING OF  YOUR PROPERTY, PROVIDING YOU REALLY WANT  TO SELL, AND THE PROPERTY WILL BEAR  INSPECTION. AS I  SEVERAL     PARTIES  afternoon at 3 o'clock, to be ad_  dressed by. Sergt. Harry Lees, of  Vancouver. A cordial invitation is  extended to all interested iri seeing  the Victory Loan made a success.  Mrs. Attenborough is expecting  to leave for Wa'nanesa, ManJ, next  week to reside with her sdn,Alwin.  During hcr long residence'in Enderby Mrs. Attenborough- won- a  warm place in the hearts of many  friends who will sincerely regret  her removal from our midst.  A quiet wedding'took-place ,at  Lumby on Wednesday, the,. home  of .the bride, when.Miss Richardson becanic the J wife--of Mr. .Jack  .McMahon, of Enderby, ,the happy  culmination "of "a friendshipVsta'rt-  ing Overseas - wlien the bride, was  a nurse in one of the Canadian hospitals and "Jack" was a wounded  private from the front line.   .  If  Every arrangement is being made  for the comfort and convenience of  al! who attend the auction sale at  the Huffman  farm  next 'Thursday  afiernoon,JNov. 0th.   Lunch will, be  served, and for the convenience, of  ladies who.wish to attend the sale  from Enderby cars will b<* run. to  the farm, leaving T*imd'.' from JQ.3Q  lo 11 a.m.:'..-. , .  *  Thcrc will be shown in the IVst  Ollice winclow next Saturday afternoon samples.of tbe needle-work,  pen-knife carving, etc done by Sgt.  Sid Waby during his convalescing  period in hospital overseas. Jt 'is  said Sgt. Waby proved most adept  at the work. Since coming foonic  he has taken, up the toy business  in   the   vocational   school   at  Van-  the Enderby Theatre next Saturday^Minister  of   Public   Works   up   lo  noon of Wednesday, lhe 19th day  of November, 1919, for llie erection  and completion of a Highway  Bridge over the Shuswap Hivcr al  Enderby, B. C. ~  Plans, specifications, contract an,(  forms of tender may be seen or obtained upon payment of a deposit  of $5, deposit lo be refunded when  plans are returned, on and after  the 29th day of .October, 1919, at  tlie Department of Public Works,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  at-the ollice of thc District Engineer, Court House, Vancouver, B.C.,  and at thc office of the" Assistant  District Engineer at Vernon, B.C.  Each' proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque  or certificate of deposit, on a chartered bank of Canada, made payables the Honourable tlie Minister  of Public Works.,for the sum of len  per cent of.the amount of��������������������������� thc tender as-security for the due" fulfillment of the*" contract, wliich shall  be. forfeited if: lhc parly tendering  decline-to enter- into contract when  called upon to do so,,or.if he fail lo  complete the work contracted for.  The cheques or certificates of dc'r  posit of unsuccessful tenderers will  be returned to them upon the execution of the contract.  Tenders will not bc considered  unless made out on thc forms supplied, signed with the actual signature of the tenderer, and' enclosed  in the.envelopes furnished.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  A. E. FOREMAN.  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works Department, Victoria, B. C, 21st October, 1919.      3  ant  2c a won] firnt inaerticn, lc a wor3 each insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charge; lCc extra  where cash doe* not accompany order.  FOR   SERVICE���������������������������Registered   Jersey  Bull.    II. Aldin, Enderby. o2(i-<l  LOST���������������������������Holstein cow; tag .on- ear  . No.58620; bell on neck when lost.  - $5 reward for her return,to-H-.E.  .   C. Harris & Sons, Enderby. o30-tf  FOR SERVICE���������������������������Pedigreed . Berkshire boar; also Yorkshire boar,  and Holstein Friesian bull.- II. E.  C. Harris &. Sons, (late Turner &  Donaldson)  Endcrhy. o30-l  LOST���������������������������Auto chain, for 37-inch  wheel: between niy place and  Enderby bridge. Finder please  leave at my. office or Hand's Gar-  "   age. Enderby.    Lt.-Col. Henniker.  1  FOR SALE OR RENT���������������������������Well-built  comfortable brick veneer house,  five acres land: -15 fruit-trees,  bearing well. Stable and henhouse: located on river bank.  Terms to suit. Apply, A. M. Baird.  Enderbv. - -,.       olfi-if :  couvcr, proving most successful in  this also.  K  A meeting of the Victory" Loan  Committee was held in the City  Hall Monday evening to discuss the  many questions arising in connection with the opening of thc canvassing campaign. Mr. Robt. Peel  was appointed to canvass thc south  half of Enderby town, while Mr.  Hartry covers the.north. Another  meeting will bc held tomorrow (Fri-  day) evening. Thus far indications arc very favorable for a successful drive.  ARE    LOOKING   FOB  LANDS.  Address  CLOSE  HAVE  WHO  FARM  F. R. E  KELOWNA  DE  HART,  ENDERBY.  I  f  cBEBEBBEEEBEE;;:^rv[i^aaaaaaaa  Enderby Girl Bright Stucjent  Miss Irene Carefoot, of Enderby,  who is attending the Spokane Expert School of Business, is one of  thc brightest students in the school.  She ranks high among all the girls  of the school. ��������������������������� Last week thc Otis  Intelligence-Test was given to every  student in the school. Miss Care-  foot's score was 156, which is  several points above the standard  set by the Government in similar  tests given to soldiers and for people whom they class as very superior in intelligence.  . DOMINION  Increase in Rale of Interest  PUBLIC NOTICE i.s hereby given  that in accordance wi th Ilhe_ pro-  Visions oTTrtr~Act~ltr~aiiTchtItth~c~Do^  minion Lands Act. passed al Ihe  last session of Parliament, and  commencing from the 7lh July,  1919, where interest i.s. chargeable,  the rate of such interest on all  new transactions in connection  with Dominion, Lands shall bc six  per centum per annum; also that  from the 1st of September, 1919,  the rate on all overdue instalments  in connection with both past and  future transactions will bc increased to seven per centum per  annum.  By order,  L.  PER EI R A,  Secretary.  Department of thc Interior,  Ottawa, Aug 26. 1019      olG-i  Palace livery  J3c|. Sparrow, Prop.  Vernon Road  Enderby  Jas.  son  REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT  PAINT YOUR  OUTBUILDING  Now is thc time, before winter sets  in.   Try our price.  Box 43 Enderby. B.C.  '-'"'���������������������������.'.    .       . TENDERS... S:I ;;; " ���������������������������>  "r* - *��������������������������� . y  For Forlttne. School Firc Escape,.  ���������������������������'���������������������������',-' Enderby, Ii. C.  Tenders will be received by. .the  undersigned lip'to the 7tli of November. . 1919, for tlie construction  of a wooden.firc escape to bc built  at the Fortune School. Plans and  specifications, may be seen at ;lhc  office of the Secretary.      .  Lowesl- or any lender riot necessarily accepted. ',  .    .   .A. C. SKAMNG,   :  Secretary Enderbv Board of  . .   School Trustees     o,20-2  Farmer's Supply  Store  MA������������������A, 8,C.    ;  Special sale for this month  of Groceries, Feed and  -'_- .JHour, .DryJaoods   MEET ME TO-NIGHT AT  LEONARDS BILLIARD  V      PARLOR  "Cigars,rCigarettes,;Etc. 7.  Pipes and Pipe JTobaccoesV  II. SI'EEliS  W.M.  AiF;������������������A;Mv  Enderby    Lodse - No.   40  Itofrulnr      meetings     first"  Thursday on  or ntter tbe  full moon lit Sj). in. in Ma- .  soniu     Hull. Visiting.'  brethren  corrjhilly  invited -  C. H. REEVES  Socrotary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K.of I\ ,.  MeeLs 2iul &'lt.h   Monday eve  ���������������������������gA^j     In Masonic Hall.    Viaitorscor-  ^VXr^^-   ��������������������������� diiil'y invited to attend.'        ���������������������������'���������������������������  -������������������3ts:%   ���������������������������        Clio. 14. SHAKIMJ.C. C    .  II. M. WALKF.R.-K1. K. S .  ��������������������������� It. .������������������. COT-TAUT. m:f:  M$.  <   CITY-OF J2NDEKBY  TT -  Compilation  of."Voters' J-ist,';  -   Year   J920  M������������������ra  N. Pav Jos,    -  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Bar ri ster, Sol i ci tor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Belt, Buc.  .    -. Enderby, B.C.  NOTICE is hereby 'given that,  untlcr thc provisions of the Municipal Elections Aet, Householders  and License Holders desiring 'lo  have their names placed on the.  Voters' List for Ihc year 1920 are  required- to make a statutory <|ec-  LiratJon^^o f=.quJiI i (itlation���������������������������-which-  declaration must he delivered to  tlie clerk of tlie municipality  within two days aflcr it is made,  and nol later lhan 5 (five) o'clock  in Uie afternoon of the .'UsI day of  October, 1919.  Form  of declaration  can  he obtained al the City Hall.  Daled. October 2nd,  1919.  (iJ^AIIAM    JtOSOMAN,  City Clerk.  C. G. PIPER  Box 43  Enderby  STRAYED  Bell Block  Enderby  To my place, Mabel Lake Valley,  one black horse colt. Owner musl  claim same and pay expenses incurred within 30 days. If not  claimed colt will he sold.  FRANK MTSKA.  Enderby, B.-C, Oct. 23, 1919.  na warm do  _ i  Th������������������ rest is easy-  Come in and, inspect our new line of  men's Winter Shirts and Rubers  Men's Wear Groceries Enderby, B. C.  Canadian Food Control  License No. 8-17170.

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