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Vol. 13, No. 35, Whole No. 631
SEVENTEEN THOUSAND
IN WHICH IS MERGED THE     ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.
ENDERBY, B. C.   THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1919
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Victory Loan Committee Certain Enderby will Reach Objective in Bond Safes.
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With sales of yictory Bonds to
the amount of $17,000 up to Wednesday night, there does not seem
to be any question as to Enderby
reaching the quota set for her in
the campaign now half over. The
sales of the first week were quite
- as satisfactory this year as last.
The early indifference and opposition has almost entirely disappeared, and onc feels the return of
that enthusiasm which characterized the 1918 drive. The canvassing
committee are meeting surprises
everywhere���������surprises that are in
most instances agreeable.
Wednesday evening Secretary
Robertson reported the total subscriptions had reached $17,000.
The campaign is only half over.   It
������- is certain Enderby citizens do "not
Intend to let the campaign close
with the objective of the campaign
committee not reached. If ncxt
week proves anything like the second week of the 1018 campaign,
then we shall see the big end of the
bond sales within that time.
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Born���������On  Oct.  30th, to Mr.  and
'   Mrs. Chas. Parkinson, a daughter.
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Mi;. Thos. Gray was a visitor of
Enderbv from Mara on Wednesday.
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Arvid -Antiila returned  from the
southern" end    of   he   Valley   this
week, where hc  worked  tlie  fruit
picking season.'- '   '        "       '   -
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Manager Dobie, of the Okanagan
Telephone Company, returned this
week   from. Vancouver,  .where   he
spent last week on business.
X
- Mr. Adams was taken to the Vernon  hospital Wednesday, owing "to
all available accommodation in-the
Enderby Hospital being"takeji up...
-a ��������� ,Last Thursday  evening the  Odd
Fellows  lodge  of Enderby  gave, a
social evening-and supper to sixty
^or'seventy   guests.     A   very enjoyable affair it proved to all present.
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The   Agricultural    and   Poniestic
Science classes of the Enderby
High School will entertain "a "number of guests on Friday evening,
; Nov. Oth, at 630, to a chicken dinner, to be served in tbe school.
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The  many   friends  of  Reginald
Crane will be pleased to learn that
he has been promoted tp the position of manager of the Rlooit
street store of the T.amblyn Prilg
Company, one pf fifteen stores op-
crated hv that company in Toronto-
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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Johnston
and daughter left for Vancouver
Tuesday evening, where they will
reside this winter, and, perhaps,
permanently. Puck Johnston, who
came from thc coast to assist in
. the moving, will follow them in a
few days.
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The past week of snow and soft
weather has made the roads practically impassible Tor motor travel,
particularly where die late gravelling and grading has been done between Enderby and Armstrong and
from Larkin south to withm a mite
or two of Vernon
A quiet wedding took place in St.
George's Church, Enderby, on Monday, Nov. 3rd, when Miss W\. Gibbs
was married to Mr. Ed. Harrop.
Both aie old residents of Enderby
and h..ve a host of friends who
wish them all lhe joys on the matrimonial sea. Mr. and Mrs. Harrqp
went to tbe southern end of the
Valley on their honeymoon trip.
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Mr. H. R. Morley and Editor McDougall, of Penticton, president
and secretary of the live Board of
Trade of that city, visiicd^Ajni-
strong Tuesday night and Enderby
Wednesday night. Mr. Morley was
for manv vears a resident of Arm-
*-������ron". He,i.s now district deputy
Grand Master of the Masonic order,
end is nayine his oflicial visit to
the lodges under his jurisdiction.
Mr. - McDoufffdl is accompanying
him oii his visit.
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Large numbers of men who have
been working in the fruil orchards
in the soulh end of thc Valley, were
let out this week, and the fruit season closed. Tt is estimated there
are some 900 carloads of "aonles
still-on the trees which will hot Be
nicked. At 600 boxes to the' carload it do-o.s not require close figuring to realize what the early cold
snap and snow has meant to the
apples growers.
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Sank it will pay you 3 per
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pay ymj 5% per cent interest; on
It pr in ft^e same time, 182,50^
Subscription, $2 a 3rear; 5c copy
BUYING HEAVILY
Experienced Investors, Large
and Small, Eagerly Purchasing Victory Bonds.
Toronto,  Nov.oj���������-E-RWood, .
chairman of the Dominion Executive of the Victory Loan, made
the following comment on the success of the campaign lo date:
"The campaign is now practically half finished. The success to
date has bcen due in large measure
to the fact lhat investors who have
so far .purchased bonds have
bought more than lhcy did in previous loans. Thc fact lhal experienced investors, large and
small, have subscribed early 'and
have taken more lhan ever before
indicates' that the.v recognize . the"
attractiveness of the 'Victory Loan
as an investment as well as appreciating ' the patriotic necessity of -
cleaning up our- war obligations
arid -.maintaining ���������. Canada's prosperity;._" --.
- "The - total subscription's : reported so \far aggregate ������208,000,-
000. Jtmust bcremembered,-'however, that - this amount includes a ^
very large proportion, of the big
subscriptions available, ancl in order to make a success1 of thc loan it
will be necessary as-in previous
years thai the medium and smaller
subscribers shall  come" forward.
"The rate of interest carried.by
the   bonds,   namely   5%%,   is"the -
same as on' the loans issued in the
dark days of the war, all of which
loans    are   -selling    at    substantial-
premiums.    As a matter.of .fact thisV
new loan is particularly attractive/--"
from  the  standpoint  o'f. the ''small-
investor,, qncl one of thegratifying.,
features of the; campaign "has been-v,
the- readiness with which the em-   *:
ployees   of;   industries   havc   taken v
therloan'Vwhere  thcy had   the  ex-���������-
perience"of buying previous loans.'-.'.
, This  is.'Canada's' final   financial-.���������
war effort, and.it-is .not tonly good. '
business; but-   good patriotism'.for ,_
evJsry^Canadianr to ; ;becornc r^theV
owner .of,, a . Victory   Bond. *���������' .Let-,
every man  and  woman in.jCanada r.
buy bondji to*the limit of;lhei"r abil-' .
ity and'prospective JJsayings_of thcV
next ten months.* , " V V- -', ' -"_"���������''" -.
twwl get more i
ftsue4 hy Canada's Victory J-oan Committee
in co-operation with the Minister of Finance
of fffe Pominion of Canada.
We have various weather prophets. Some telbus that this is not
the real winter, and that we shall
have at least another month of fair
weather before it turns cold; and
others are as positive that winter ,&
here and that we shall have eight
feet of snow by Christmas. Unfortunately we are not gifted "with
the faculty for so fine distinctions.
This is near enough like winter���������
real winter���������to satisfy ois.-
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St. George's W.A. will hold their
annual bazaar of plain sewing,
home cooking, candv and: rummage
stall, on Saturday, Nov. 29th; place
tb be announced lateY. **** It
The practical man will not hesitate a moment over investing in
Victory Bonds. '
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I. Rogers came down'from Armstrong Monday night on business.
I Mrs. Brainhard .has bought I.
Burce's place on Riverside Road,
and is moving in this week. -
. Mr. Brainhard has so far x improved that he is expected back
from the Enderby o hospital this
week.
Owen Rosoman has bought back
his old place, and expects in. tbe
near future to be at home for 300
parties. ''_,,
Although the roads were in bad
condition quite a lot of Maraites
took in the Hallowe'en dance at
Grindrod and report a good time.
The old custom was in evidence
on thc morning of thc 1st. A few
gates mysteriously moved awaj/
and others opened, but nothing of
a serious nature is reported.
Thc heavy fall of snow is very
disappointing to some of the farmers who are endeavoring to finish,
fall sowing. But our weather prophet says this will disappear in a
few days.    Time wjll tell.
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Mr. T. & E. Skvrme were in Ver-
non on business this week.
, Mr. ajid Mrs. W. L. Peacock were
in Grindrod this-'week from Enderbv. ,     :
Quick work was done in erecting
the 'new GTindrod station, which
now consists of a soap box nailed*
to a board.
A large .crowd attended the
dance.in the G. F. Hall last Friday
night. Many came from Enderby,
Mara and Deep Creek, and all spent
an enjoyable evening.
A meeting was held on' Sunday
afternoon to decide whether on not
there should be a Xmas tree. All
present were in favor and it -was
decided to hold it on Dec. 19th.
The usual dance will be held on
Saturday, Nov. 8th.       V
The instalment plan for the purchase of Victory Bonds is a great
boon to thrifty working people.
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The    Kamloops:Vernon,   stage   isv;
now   running  to   Vernon   one .day '-
and back thej next, instead - o'f. the"-
round trip each "day.' /-       -       ^     -""- ��������� -
Mr. - Harold  " Collin     and    JMr.
Leonard"''Vnughn   paid   us" a. visiV. .
lately and  took1 away-Mr. Eel ward
and  Jimmy Morgan to' the' United "   o
States witb them. V
The cement culvert pipes are still' 7
heing . manufactured * "at-. Schroeb .V
bridge-'=as,.large��������� quantities', ai'c,< re- ,."
quired for' thc '��������� railway.V::Largc^
motor trucks are J busy, .hauling, the.
pipes to the several'gangs along the
right of way.   '*' ' ���������. . S...  . :
The cold snap of-thc past week, .,
with 12 degrees of frost, came as a
surprise, even the, old-timers being
caTiglit^napping^aiicl^haTiTrg^U-ieiT-^^
potatoes and apples slill oul. But
it is to.be<hopcd we shall soon have
a mild spell and be able lo get them
into the root house.
The sawmill here is very busy
jiist new.   Mr. Marshall, of Salmon   Arm    has   .contracted ��������� lo
haul  200,000 J'ccl  or -more  of
logs to the mill.    He has-six teams    ,
hauling   a"   mile    distance   wilh   a   A
down-hill  pull.    Mr. George Wyatt    ���������
is in-charge of the mill,  and  logs
are' being made   into  lumber  at  a
very rapid rate.    It i.s taken direct
from   the   saws   to   the   Armstrong
sawmill   yard  where it  is finished
and made into boxes for lhe large
Okanagan apple crop.
The steam shovel wilh its large
buckef is busy loading cars on thc
railway, and il docs sure, move -
some dirt���������and even slumps���������in a
day. The dirt i.s hauled by donkey
engine to .the deep fillings for thc.
roadbed. Other gangs iire busy
clearing the right-of-way of brush*
and trees and burning thc brush.
The larger logs arc hauled to the
wood-cutting outfit where it is, cut
for the engine and sleam shovel.
Other gangs are busy surveying and
putting in stakes .and then" lhe teams
come along wilh scrapers and plow
and a cut or raise i.s made as re- '
quired. ..Everything is now proceeding with clock-like precision,
but thc weather'is gelling cold and
the work will likely slow up a b.it
until spring;: However, rock cuts
and deep grades should keep a
large gang busy all winter.
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,v������-/ j OKANAGAN COMMONER  mrs^r^^r^s*  THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1919  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker  Weekly  Fubllshed every Thursday at Enderby. B.C..  by, The Walker Press, at   ^^ per year; $1.00 six months.  Labor unions well illustrate the Law of Diminishing Relurns. Labor unions havc increased  wages, shortened hours, introduced Government  Facjiery Inspection, have partially done away  with child labor and done other useful, excellent  and really beautiful things. But when Labor  unions go beyond thc Pivotal Point and attempt  to dictate the amount of output���������������������������forbidding any  man to earn so much: decide on the proportion  of apprentices to workmen; declare what* work  shall lie done h-x schools, in prisons ancl wind, not:  and finally ask for a"six-hour day and five days  a week, th.cn lhc union has passed the ..Pivotal  Point and has ceased lo give air equitable returnJ  A change is'due. It "will bc revolutionary. It is  apparently going to be a Unshed fight.. The "courts  will ���������������������������'back capital. Labor unions..will stand alone  if moderation docs not characterize .their demands.  ependable Winter  andise  In every department will be found seasonable supplies  ���������������������������7 to fill your Winters needs. a  'HUMAN WORK THE ONLY COIN  THURSDAY, NOV. 0, 1919  EVERYBODY HELPING  Looking over the advertising columns of the  Commoner, one does not have lo "enquire where  the hearts of our businessmen and the community centre as regards the. success of thc Viclorv  Loan.      With   lew   exceptions   our   merchants  .pimped at the opportunity given them lo donate  advertising space in the local paper to advertising matter calculated to help thc small number oi'  men and women who have taken up the task of  canvassing   tlie- district  for   thc  sale   of  bonds  I heir readiness to help���������������������������to*throw their shoulder  to  the wheel���������������������������when  thc impetus of solid  local  support is most needed; will surely havc IclJiiw  effect upon the work of thc canvassers- '"'  Perhaps no such amount will be raised in llie  district this year as was'subscribed last vear. but  the amount will surely reach the quota set   It will  be unfortunate   if  it   is   not   so.      Wc have no  reason to believe'that thc districl will fall down  Wc may be certain, that it will not.    Tbe carlv  opposition to the Victory Loan:soon spent itself  Few arc now  talking against it.    All  seem   to  recognize the fact that, while thcy, do not like  it, tbey must as loyal Canadians support it.    Thf  Dominion's obligations must be. met.   And these  obligations can be met only by borrowing money.  If money is to be borrowed, it is better to borrow  it from our own citizens thtfo^to borrow it from  abroad, for the reason that lire interest that the  bonds bear will be paid to our own people, to be  spent in Canada.   If it is to be borrowed from our  home people, that means us���������������������������wc arc the homc  people.    This is thc line of argument even carlv  objectors to thc Joan arp now using.   Thcy could  not escape thc logic of their p\vn reasoning, with  the result that many arc now taking a bond or  two.who'would not think of it at the opening of  the campaign-  Whatever may be the outcome of the Viclorv  Loan campaign in other parts of Canada, wc feel  sure this dislrict will do its best and will nol be  disappointing.     The   spirit,  of   co-operation    in  carrying forward the campaign is cerlain lo gel  results.   Those businessmen donating space lo the  Viclorv Loan campaign are showing their heart  is in thc right place, for every bond that is sold  means the return of interest money to  the dis-  TritSt  sriwl   tifc   Opltolfling "oHlie  r 1 isTricl's" good"  Unless all reports'from Europe arc gross exaggerations, Germany will he the first nalion in the  war-riven country to get upon its feel.    Il is already   away  to   a .good   start and   is   leading  friend and enemy neighbors in a merry race for  first  place.    Keen  observers who  havc becn  in  Germany recently, are one in   thc opinion   lhat  that country i.s back al work in good earnest and  lhal she is forging rapidly ahead in spile of lhe  depreciation   of   the   mark    and    olher outward  signs of financial distress.    The secret, according  to William  G. Shepherd, wriling from Holland,  is IhnLlhe German has discovered lhat hc has a  new coin; it is not a mark, nor a dollar, nor flic  pound sterling.    His coin is "work," and he is  prepared Lo exchange il for your goods.   In other  words an enormous system of barter has been inaugurated. To particularize: a Hollander, wc will  say, has raw. hides for sale, and his traveller goes  to Germany with thc idea of disposing of Ihem  The German is willing lo buy, but wilf net pav in  either gold, silver or paper-   He will pay for Ihem  in goods.    In othcr words, he will pav for Ihem  in labor-    He takes the raw hides on this understanding, tans Ihem and ships back to Holland t1  sufficient  number  to pay for  the original ship  menl, the balance hc retains himself for his share  of \lhc  work.     Or. perchance hc   takes- the  raw  hide from  lhc Hollander, tans them and makes  them  into hoots'and shoes, shipping oul of  the  counlry sufficient of  the finished article lo pay  for   Uie  hides.     It   i.s  reported   that  even   England   it:  sending r:������������������*w wool into Germany lo bc prepared for the  spilibers by German  combers.  '  .,   In order lo lighten up lhis syslcm the German Government 'has passed a law preventing the exporl of lhe  mark, except under.special liceii.se, which is extremely  dillicull lo procure.    Soil \vorks"out that tbe man wlm  wishes lo sell Germany goods must lake goods in  return or else he cannot do business.   If lhc salesmen who have.flocked lo Germany are prepared  lo Lake German work���������������������������good, solid, human labor  ���������������������������says Mr. Shepherd, in return for their wares,'  Germany will buy without stint.    Otherwise the  salesman may as'<well, return to his homc country  and call his trip a failure. According lo Mr- Shepherd  the German Government lias1 bcen able lo  drill il inlo thc beads of-hcr working classes thai  only by  their toil can  thc country'survive, and  lhcy all seem to comprehend the scheme whereby'  Germany is not to spend any of hcr money, but  only lhcir work  for what Germany needs from  Lhc  outside  Avorld,  and  recent  declines   in   the  value of thc money of other nations, nol lo speak  of [heir own depreciated mark, has made them,  realize more fully lhan ever lhat after all, money  is only a counter, and.it is only work thai tells.  Succession of Remarkably Good Values  Throughout The Store.  * ��������������������������� C  Whether it be warm Blankets, Bedding Coating or  Dress Fabrics or whether jt be Stylish Women's or up-  to-date Men's made up garments, we are well prepared  to give you service, quality, and satisfaction. Our  prices too will please you.  There are shoes here to fit every foot at prices to suit  " " ' all pocket books.  VERNON, il .c,    imtrisa Columbia interior store  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-21018.  ssr-rr  Victory Loan 1919 Is Bridge  Between War and Peace.  BUSINESS INCREASING  name for always attaining its objective.  AN IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL CROP  Thc   sunflower   is   an   imnorlanl   agricultural  crop, though in this country it has nol been used  fo anv extent-   It is cultivated quite cxlcn-ivcly in  Russia  and used  for a varietv of purposes,     fl  makes   excellent  silage,   especially  when -mixfd  wi I h corn n ncl sobic legiJi me im abou I en i ia I na r I ������������������<  of each.   The vseed has an unusually high f.il a-id  protein   content     On   account  of   lhc  latter  its  growth rapidly exhausts  the nilroffcn   from   th"  soil and, therefore, if grown succcssivolv on bind,  thc soil will require'considerable'fertilizer!"   The  oil portion docs not exhaust Ihe soil since Ihc elements from which oil is made come from Ihc air  ancl water.    The seed is used in  the.production  of oil,  which  is extracted  bv compression,  and  is of value for table use, cooking purposes; and in  general the same use as ishnadc of olive oil.    In  'Russia   Ihe seeds of  the larger seeded  varieties  are sold as peanuts are in this counlry, and eaten  raw; .'The'plant has also been used quite extensively in   paper    manufacture    in    some ,of the  European   countries.    Tlie  sunflower  should  be  grown upon soil which is suitable for coin and  Han tod and  cultivated, about the same as corn,  though it will stand a little earlier planting lhan  the latter on account of its greater resistance to  frost.  Judging from the slalemenl of bank clearings'  for the monlh of September, Canada is doing an  unrcccdenlcd amount of business. The clearings  advanced '10 per cenl over September of last year  which ilsclf'was a large monlh. All sections of  lhe country shared in the advance of business,  some cilics doing double thc trade of September  1918. Many quite remarkable.increases, outside  of the especially large advances of Winnipeg and  Windsor, were noted.. Toronto-gained 37 per  cent, Branlford '17 per cent, Kitchener 57 per cent,  London -35 per cent,- Ottawa 51 per ccnl, Ecimon--  LoiuG(Lpci^cen l,=Brincew\lbcrt4MH>Gi^GGnt.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������ *-���������������������������-  . Tlie present remarkable  period  of prosperi!.  "igricnHnral    and    Industrial    t*ro������������������-  pcritj  of Canada  Depends on  Success of?the'"Loan/-  ���������������������������-.      /  Why isJt necessary to'have another  victory  Loan^?    Have you heard this  I aery?     Orchave you asked it? .-   /-  The    Victory    Loan " of"' this   year;  .lands out as the bridge between war  md   peace..   The', war is^ov.er.     Our  ocys   won  that.    The   reconstruction  period  is dawning and  we at home  .nlist win that. *   '    "V  Much of the money that Canada  is asking for will-be needed to clean  ip the war debt. .The expenses of  iemobilization were heavy, and there  )3 still much of it unpaid. Now that  ���������������������������mr men are back, let it not he said  ihal wo repudiated the debt tor  wringing them   back.  The sick and ���������������������������.. oiinded soldiers still  in hospitals are expecting that Can-'  ida wili care for (hem and their de-'  pendents until ihey have been returned to health and strength. TUe  ���������������������������lospitai services must be maintained  .it full strength as long "as there are  .���������������������������eiurnud men needing atsenii'm.  Many   nujn   through   di���������������������������������������������.,.nty  are  i'uiijio   ���������������������������,|   -i'tnii     ,,   iheir   pre-war  ;oeuiuiK   L>,.-parinient of So|-  iiois'   Ci.ii   Ue-estaolJshment   is  do-  :������������������**>  upon  THE PREVAILING CHIME  they  ,��������������������������� .    .    ... , .        .       -,,-.,.   ,      ,r.  - ��������������������������� - | soldiers   -in  m Canada will bc maintained il the Victory Loan  uial  is made an overwhelming success.   Business who  arc alive lo conditions know this and in the interests of themselves and thc country are bein  urged lo press the importance of the loan  everyone wilh whom .thcy come in conlacl.  flev.   Charles  W.  Savidgc  of  Omaha,  who  is  .aid lo have 4200 marrrages lo his credit, wanis  the New'York, papers lo help him bring a shipload of young women from Europe for the pur-  nose of  making wives  for an  ccpial  number of  American young men. He has a thcoiw aboul such  ���������������������������liings.    "Til  furnish  the men  if thc New York  papers will help me get the women," he says- And  Mr.  Savidgc is said  to be in  dead earnest,    lie  thinks it a crime not to be married.    "And," he  added, "since preachers and Ihe church are fighting  crime,'-preachers'and   the  church   ought   to  help people find mates."  nine work ii^iraining-'returned  trades and professions  . can earn .a .livingVat; a'ndf  is following up the (raining and seeing that they obtain remunerative  v.m ploy m cm. The maintaining of .this  crunch ol reconstructive service calls  for much funds, and the .Viciory'uoai)  will be used to pay ior it'as well as  (he other purposes.  Under tlie soldieis" Land Settle-,  mem Act, enough money, is lent to  returned soldiers to enable them to  buy and stock a farm. Tliis mone>  repaid at a low' rale oi in-  The soldier is thus g.veu u  chance to. le-msiati- himself in civil  life, and production is given a boosi  Ol tho iota! amouni ol the forthcoming loan, $2-l.t;00.������������������00 has oe������������������i;  li nance these soldier  BUY vicfottv BONDS���������������������������  nnd enable your country to pay ber debts of honor  "to Jher army. The eyes of. Canada't living and  falloA soldiers are on you today. ��������������������������� Show, you are  worthy-of :.tbe sacrifice they made. Over;the top  With die Victory Loan! *   -' .'���������������������������"���������������������������-  BtJY VlOtbttY BONJbs^-1^  and enable your country, to finance the sale. Over--,  seas of her surplus products from farm, forests,  (    fisheries anc|; factories, mill awl mines. "A glori-^  ovis opportunity is open to Canada���������������������������the opportunity to sell all she can produce if she can  gr^nt temporary credit. _> She can grant the credit  qiily if, you bwy Victory Ponds.    Every extra  Victory J-kfnjd.  you.any means more' money, to.  tineiice' more orders.  because tbey are -guaranteed by Canada's promise  to repay at the Mwfc and.to the full.amount, stated  tn the bonds. The income yield of 5.%% is-most  attractive considering the absolute security. There  will always J*e a ready market for Victory JJondsJJ  4U. TOGETHER, ENDERBY: BVY NOW! ������������������ '.  QN���������������������������������������������to discharge Canada's obligations to her army;  TWO���������������������������to insure Canada's continued prosperity..  TH^lS-^h^Hse Victory ponds are; the finest investment, for y������������������w money.  Pwy Victory Pond*  This space donated to the Victory Loan Campaign by  P0NCAN BflOS., pNpeflpy  General Mercbunts   l  1  will   be  teresl.  HARD HIT  PASSING THE PIVOTAL POINT  k. And now comes the Supreme Courl of Ununited States and grants an 'iniunclion  prohibiting the coal miners'striking. Like' lhal  foolish king of old "who went down to the ocean  with a broom and attempted^stem thc.rising lidc  The effects of the injunction were ouicklv seen:  Thc coal miners threw down their picks and quit  work.  in   Ihe  recent  Ontario  elections   many   things  happened to upset tiie calculations of evervhodv.  Particularly upsetting to "P. O'DV of thc Saturday Night of Toronto, was the result of lhe Referendum,    lie seems to have been hil on all sides  and lop and bottom: "Personally," he concludes,  "we are not much concerned.with all this.    The.  Referendum has given*-us enough lo think about  for a while. We had thought of going over lo lhe  Prohibitionists, but lhe more-wc sec of Ihem the  less we like Ihem.    They are especially offensive  in   these  clays  of  gloating.    Just   now  wc  can'l  make up-our mind whether is it better to cultivate a passion for strawberry sundae or arrange  to do our work for this paper  Havana."  apporuoiftjd lo  farmers.  Pensions to the disabled and de  pandems ol our glorious dead, as wel-  as the authorized granules will b.  other items on the expense sheet*  These are some of tne obligation*.  owing to the returned soldier who  is 7io\v in health.  The maintaining of Canada's prosperity is an important reason why thc  Victory Loan should be a smashing  success. '17.1 e money is needed -to  finance the credits to overseas countries so thai they may continue thei,  trade relations with us. It Canada  cannot fcive ihcse credits other coun  tries will, and then Canada will los.-  all that great overseas trade that has  been the mainstay of'our agricultural  and industrial life for so long.  As an investment Victory Bonds are  eminent.. Paying 5 y2 per cent., selling above par on the open market,  and guaranteed by the Dominion���������������������������  what further reason can you have  for hesitating? The Victory' Loan  1919 ought to be oversubscribed,,  ,. ,,T ,  -       and all right-thinking citizens wilJ "do  Irom  Montreal or | their utmost to see  that such a" result is obtained.  A PiaraoiKl as an Investmen  Surpasses eyc������������������n. the old Fairy Tales I   For instance, Piamonds  ave advanced;more than double in ihe past' five-years, and another advance of 40 per cent, is predicted before beginning of  year.  A Piamond f,s not lllte other merchandise as it never wears out.  Jt does not cost you continually for repairs. It continues to increase ih val^ while all else depreciates. Whether ypu sleep  or work, Ms value continues to increase. Meanwhile you have  the prestige which attaches itself to one who owns"a Piamond,  io say nothing of��������������������������� enjoying its beautiful sparkle ~~"   .  At the beginning of this year we were able to talce advantage  of the market. Wbjlle present stock lasts you have your opportunity, as yrer have >not marked tbem up; but when present stock  is sold, we m$tst then proeure more. We will necessarily have  to buy at a dyanced prices and sell accordingly.  Suggest yo������������������������������������ f>ariy. investment in Piamond Jtings, Prooches or  Pendants.  CoUsmtth  C,.J. WHITEN  Vernon, B. C.  Silversmith  ffF^s^H**  ae=:  A name that, stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby 5  THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1919  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  How to Finance Victory  Bonds  FARMEKS:  In the case of farmers, and  others who do not receive  returns until . the end of  - season, bank managers are  empowered to make loans  against the 1919 Victory-  Bond issue for the period of  onc year, without requiring  periodical reductions to be  made in the  interim.  BUSINESS MEN:  All business men may finance  their Victory Loan purchases  through their local bank, up ^  to at least 90 per cent, of  their purchases, without impairing their ordinary credits  with the  bank.  ��������������������������������������������� "^���������������������������*"r r*rt v"**������������������!w.  F. W. ROUNSEFELL,  Treasurer Provincial Committee  EMPLOYEES:     -  All bond purchases of employees may be financed by the  employer through his local bank, up to 90 per cent, of the  amount of the purchase. Weekly, or monthly payments on  account of purchase "may be arranged through the employer.  INDIVIDUALS:  Anyone may purchase 1919 Victory Bonds on ten monthly instalments, by paying 10 per cent., and filling-out an instalment card. These cards are handed to the bank specified by  the purchaser, and the payments during the ten-month period  paid in to the bank.  POWER OF LOCAL BANK EXTENDED:  By arrangement between the Finance Minister and the Canadian Bankers' Association, it is announced that where branch  managers havc-a loaning limit for their branches, such limits  are to be disregarded insofar as they may be affected by  -!varices to finance 1919 Victory Loan subscriptions.  EVERYONE CAN AFFORD A JBOND! *  \  When you buy Victory Bonds, you simply exchange one kind of money for another.  A dollar bill is Canada's promise to pay.  So arc Victory Bonds., 7 &  But Victory Bonds pay interest. '  Consider the security behind Victory Bonds-  Canada and all that is contained therein.  Consider thc good rate of interest���������������������������Victory  Bonds pay 5Mi%���������������������������nearly twice as much as  Savings Banks. '  Consider thc   saleability   of   \ictory Bond's���������������������������  their use as collateral for a loan; their prospective  "advancement in price. -.   -'- ���������������������������  Consider the purpose for which Canada re-  cpiires the money���������������������������Cleaning..tip our obligations  to-the army and maintaining the* prosperity .of  thc country. JJ     ^ _V~ -    V    *V'  "o , --  ���������������������������*  Are not these reasons the best in the world for  exchanging one kind of money for another?     ' '  Should' not every Canadian_put_ all bis weight  behind this Loan?      "*���������������������������."'  Should not be exchange all the money: be has.  for Victory pbnds?���������������������������and all tbe money be can  save for tbe next ten months?v  EVERY POLLAR SPPNT JN CANAPA*  " This space donated to the Victory Loan Campaign hy  QKANAGAN TEbpPflQNp COMPANY  ifyqupqnt  WHO WJW-?  'F YOJJ PON'T    ���������������������������  hay  Victory   Ponds   anq   assist- Canada to  fulfil hcr dehst of honor to.her army���������������������������   J _ . WHO WILLJ  TF YOU PON'T  buy Victory Ponds and enable Canada to  provide credits to Great Britain with which  to buy Canada's surplus farm products���������������������������  WHOWJLJ*?  ���������������������������IF YOU PON'T    .v   --7y,  /-������������������������������������������������������'��������������������������� -     -  buy  Victory  Ponds  and  assure  Canada  the  opportunity to extend credit to Great Pritain  with  whicb to purchase our surplus manu- -  factored   products   and   keep   our   factories  hu minings���������������������������  WH0WH4,?  IF YOU PON'T   -  buy   Victory   ponds   and   enable   Canada -to  grasp  ber  golden  opportunity' to  hold  and  - extend ber Overseas markets and assure good  times and good wages at home���������������������������  WHO WJLL ?  IF YOU PON'T  buy  Victory   Ponds   and    do   your part4o  insure vour business or your job���������������������������   '" ''  who wiu. i  BUY VICTORY PONDS TO THE UNIT  This space donated lo thc Victory Loan Campaign by  A. REEVES  Druggist and Stationer Enderby, P.C.  Butter Fat  .i        .-      -  Price from November 1st, 1919, 62c per lb.  Kelowna Creamery,  **^^^������������������^^^  tmmB^B^B^B^B^B^m^^m^l^B^B^mmtmmmttm������������������m^B*B^B^^^^^^f^f^^0^^^^^^^0^^^  CANADA'S FUTURE  DEPENDS ON LOAN  MUST STAY WITH IT  Steady  Employment and Prosperity  Bangs on  Victory Loan.  Canada's future prosperity depends  to a great extent upon the success of  the Victory Loan. No country can  exist upon trade within its own boundaries. Canada counts on the trade  with Great Britain and other allied  Countries to keep the flood of good  times in the country. 0  The surplus products of the farm  and the factory And their way across  the seas. The revenue of the farmer  and the manufacturer is dependent  on this trade relationship being sustained. The employment of many  hands depends on the orders that  come to the firm. The pay envelope  only comes with steady employment.  Great Britain and overseas countries are still desirous of continuing  trade relations, but, overwhelmed  with war expenses, they^ must be  given credits for the time being. The  farmer and the manufacturer must  be paid for their products and manufactured articles it cash. Therefore,  Canada must finance the proposition  to keep the tide of commerce coming  this way. But in order to have the  money on hand to do this great thing,  Canada must borrow from her people.  The Victory Loan offers bonds to  Subscribers paying 5M per cent, interest. The guarantee behind the  bonds makes them aa absolutely safe  investment. Victory. Bonds are accepted as collateral at any bank, and  can easily be turned Into money at  a profit. It Is then to the interests  of every Canadian to subscribe for  all the Victory Bonds he can, for it  la profitable, lt Is patriotic, and it is  necessary for the continued proa*  Verity of the country.  CANADA NEEDS MONEY  Sergt- Xees, of Vancouver Gives  a Soldier's Idea of "Seeing it  Through."  KELOWNA  Wa* Expenditures still to Be Met  from Proceeds of Victory Loan.  The war la over and won; but Canada's main expenditures for war will  thmi be complete until well on into  1������������������*Q.   The $610,000,000 raised last  Jearhai all been spent. $400,000,000  avlng been largely devoted to soldiers���������������������������to - maintaining them, bringing them home, providing the necessary-medical services, training them.  Most of the balance of the loan was  lent to Great Britain to enable her  to buy our surplus products. And  money is still necessary ��������������������������� for soldiers, tor- providing markets, for our  surplus products, for the needs of  reconstruction. And that is why another ' Victory .Loan Is necessary.  Canada still needs money, and needs  HtWdljr,     V        _     .,  gpecuhttloft is one thing. Investment)* another..   The majority of  eltJfen* want *n investment, not a  fpecniatfon. And they want a eafe  Investment, victory Pond* WI that  re^ujretwent a* do<?������������������ no other tnvest-  metitV Pecatuie behind every bond  there fs tht Rational wealth of Can-  M*���������������������������* wealth to great that it atag-  Iem tht imagination.  .     Otntdlan p*nfc Clearing*.  That Canada la well able to nup-  port th* Victory |������������������oan I* clearly  nbQ.wB frMhe. Canadian bank clearings for the current year. They indicate that th* year'* total will exceed U*M00,000,00Q compared with  W.7T#,000,OQO In m*. And the  year'* total clearings *hould b* three  times those of |909.    f  i tfwst subscribe fjore,  ptvlding the people of Canada Into  three, ciaases ��������������������������� the comparatively  poo?; th* 'moderately wealthy, and  -the -Very,-wealthy ^=. it___would. seem  that', If. contributions to the Victory  Loan* constitute service to the nation,, the moderately wealthy class is  hardly doing its share. Of the money  subscribed, to, the Victory Loan 1918,  two hundred and seventy-one million  dollar* were in bonds of 15,000  and ������������������������������������d*r, ninety-four millions in  bond*, of between ffc.OOO and $25,-  000, and three hundred and one millions in bond* of f 25,ooo and over.  Be true to yourself. Buy Victory  pood*.        -    -       -   "  You did It before. Vou can do it  again.   Buy- Victory Ponds. ~  Canad* pledged her last man and  her last dollar- Redeem that pledge  in-Victory Bond*.  . ft the fighting were still raging,  you. wouldn't hesitate to buy* Victory  Bond*.    V  To make the Victory Loan a success is, a national obligation. It may  be. that.you are tbe deciding factor.  ff~ you are concerned about the  future welfare of Canada, buy a Victory- Bond and make it a sure thing.  Pon't forget the future of your  children. Lay a good foundation  witb a Victory-Bond.  Would you lend a soldier $50 ir  you knew ir would save his life? Buy  Victory. Bonds and keep tlfe military  hospftals  up.  if you appreciate a good investment you will buy a Victory Bond.  You deceive no one but yourself  when you say you can!t afford a Vic-  lfti-y Bond.  Your moneys "growswhen it is in  Victory. Bonds; and ,ii| is always  handy if you should need it.  Serct Harold Lees, of Vancouver, addressed a mccling of Enderby citizens last Saturday afternoon in the City ITall, and in the  evening spoke in Armstrong on thvi  merits of the Victory Loan. Sergt.  Lees gave a soldier's idea of the  civilians duty in connection wilh  the war. The men who wen I to  the fronl to fight the Empire's battles, fought lo a finish, he said.  They finished thc job Ihey set out  to do. They did the fighting; they  fought to  victory.  The war was won, hut it is not  paid for; and it is lhe duty of civilians to stay with it as lhe soldiers  staid with it in thc trenches. The  boys who went to the fronl did the  fighting; it is up to civilians to do  the paying.  Aside from this phase of it, Sergt  Lees pointed oul that it was always  more difficult to awaken enthusiasm in thc British public when no  crisis was at hand, but he felt that  the business feature of the loan  should go a long way toward gaining the objective sought.  Grand Total Mounting Up  - Late figures from all parts of the  Dominion indicate lhat the Victory  Loan 1919' i.s going to be oversubscribed. Figures for- the - first  week of the campaign are eight  in excess of last year's for the same  period. Vancouver reached her  quota in the first weelc of canvassing, and she has two weeks yet  to go on. Her total up to noon on  Monday was $7,710,000.     -  In all lhc coast cities the sale of  bonds was more brisk lhc first  week than at points in the Interior.  However, thq indifference which  was manifest at thc start of the  campaign is gradually giving place  to enthusiastic support''of.the canvassers, and- we may "confidently  look forward to rapidly-mounling  totals from now until the end of  the campaign.  TO CARE FOR WOUNDED  A"- Victory Loan Message  >loney  From   Victory   Loan   Will  "  Used to iU'-osUibiibh /  x. Soldiers.  Ourvsoklicrs in^Franco lacc<f peril's  other than those ot shell ;.nd gas anil  uiachmc-gun tne. 'There was the  peril of tuberculosis. Up to-August  last- 3,909 soldiers suflering' troiu  this disease had f"been returned. tto  Canada. These were placed in- sani-  toriums under- the direction oi the  Department' ot Soldieis' Civil Ret,  establishment, ahd they aie one of  rhe departments of thai-branch-that  must-be maintained, and come undei  the head of capital war outlay.  -All of these men ancl some 20,000  others, disabled 01 ill, will be looked  after with money raised thioiigli the  Victory Loan 1919. it is the sacred  duty .of Canadians that the money  is forthcoming. , * -  Cr#4itt Mwtt Pe  MabJUM  fur S#l* of Surplus Product*  (Success of Victory "boan *f04������������������ WW  flisure Steady Afurltets  for Farmers.  ft taHes some six bushels of wheat  to feed the average person in Canada'  annually. Roughly, therefore, the  4fht million .people here consume  about 50,000,000 bushels each year.  Put even in a poor year the crop is  some Ave times that amount, and  the surplus must be sold if the farm-  ers__are_to_get_a_return _for_ their-  tiine and labor. But the sale of the  crop must be financed. Great Britain,  which provides our greatest market, I  has not the ready cash; and so Canada must find means of raising the  money. Hence the Victory Loan 1919.  Jn view of the fa,ct that the prosperity of the Dominion is dependent  to a considerable extent upon the  sale of her surplus grain the necessity of the money being forthcoming  is patent.  Vour dollar may be the last straw  that sweeps the Victory Loan over  the top. Would you take the chance  of making it a failure?  Lend your money that your pay  envelope may be always tilled, as will  follow the success oi tha Victory  Loan.   ,  Victory Bonds ire the fodder that  fceeps the machinery ot Canada's in- j  tustrial woiid j uniting at full speed.  A Faint Recollection.  Tlie artist was painting���������������������������sunset, red, with blue streaks and  green dots.  Thc old rustic, al a respectful  distance, was watching.  "Ah," said thc artisl, looking  up suddenly, "perhaps lo you,  too, Nature has opened licr sky  pictures page by page? Have  you seen lhe lambent flame ot  dawn leaping across lhc livid  cast; thc rcd-slaincd sulphurous  islets floating in lhe lake of fire  in the west; the ragged clouds  at midnight, black as ravens  wing, blotting oul the shuddering moon ?" . '  ,   ��������������������������� .  "No," replied thc rustic shortly; "not since I signed the  pledge."  4  ^^ O soldier who   fought"   in  A ^ France and Flanders  with  the Canadian Corps was doing  his full duty unless he was at all  times prepared to go the limit;  to pay with his life, if   there  was need of it, for the victory  of the principles he was fighting for.   No one who stayed at  home does his today unless he  is prepared to give up his last  'dollar if it is required to discharge Canada's   debt   to   the  men who, by fighting for her,  were disabled for life;   to the  widows and   orphans   of   her  glorious dead; and to the^ returned ��������������������������� men who   need   work  provided   that,   they   may  reestablish themselves 'and their  homes.   Canada's honor to her  own sons, is at stake with the  success    or    failure    of    the  Victory Loan.  Canada must not fail!  VICTOR W. ODLUM,  Brig.-Genernl.  Vlce-Chairmnu   Provincial  Committee.  Can You Forget ?  IV  As long as you live-you'll remember November  11th, 1918-^Armistice Day.  , Tbat was the day the enemy surrendered. ~~  That was the way of Victory for, our army.  Day after day���������������������������year after year���������������������������through rain,  cold, heat and death���������������������������they had fought bravely,  stubbornly, cleverly, faithfully���������������������������the spearhead  of fate pointing inexorably at the black heart of  the enemy.   -  Remember the Somme?   ,Ypres?    Vimy?  Passchendaele?   Cambrai?-MONS ?  C T  jCan't you-catch this brave spirit?. Can't you  see horn small is our task compared with  theirs? ������������������   -. ���������������������������    ������������������ .- -  Shall we fail to lend our money to the country for "which tbey gave their lives?  The Victory-JLoan 1919 must be a yictofyT-too  It is needed to pay our obligations to the  army and to keep the fair name~6f - Canada *  writ high among the nations. ".'������������������������������������������������������  ^THIS IS A WAR LOAN. - CANADA- NEEtiS TO  BORROW YOUR MONEY. V _,   ��������������������������� \  , I,  If the. Victory Xoan succeeds, it will.be another  Mons for Canada-    -   *���������������������������">-      -V   v-- r      V       "' :  -  "-    A. "   S ��������������������������� ..'A    -S'f      .   " ���������������������������     ,        .   S.  Puy Victory Bonc(s     -:  Every PaJJ*r spent fn, Camdn ~   *���������������������������_ '\  This space donated to the Victory Lnah Campaign byS  JAS. McMAflQN & SON  Automobiles, Supplies & flairs Piulerby  x  "I  - T . J*A  r,--���������������������������-; Sa: ~-Am  ������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������.'>��������������������������� ���������������������������*���������������������������- ill  : --"J'-v^ll  -    ���������������������������> ��������������������������� A- II  --. ���������������������������>:  -iA������������������>������������������  ��������������������������� v.-v-8l  &v-   * - -^-)l\  -'S"Vk>|  \ -r.  a  -BL-  fl-l"  The Pyei of  Qzmfa are Upon ;-  Eyery Allied Country bas raised a loan from-  its people since fighting ended.   Tbey have all  _raiscdJoans=for=.tbe=same-purpose���������������������������to-finish-pay���������������������������  ing for Victory.  Of all tbat were in Jhe.war (from the beginning) Canada is the only one to some out of the  struggle stronger than she went into it.  Canada bas found herself���������������������������spiritually and materially. *!*.  With reason and pride Canadians can look to  the future and proclaim their's in deed A Promised I-Smd.  The Victory-JLoan which is needed to finish  paying war obligations s the very barometer of  our confidence in the future. In the measure of  benefits.  Come through and come through handsomely.  It was fine enough to'luuy Victory Ponds when  war was on the threshold, but itjs the bigger  thing to buy now���������������������������when the tumult .is over-  Let's show the stuff Enderby is made of���������������������������Let's  finish, the job and let's see it through.  Let every citizen of Enderby to the limit of  his ability  Puy Victory Bonds  This' space donated to the Victory Loan Campaign by  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS  J  Teams Wanted  Six teams and teamsters required   at   once   for   general   railroad  work, at $110.00 per month.    Contractors board team and teamster.  CARLETON & BARBER,  Armstrong, B. C. OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1919  *n**^������������������***&m0m0mj&mm)im  An Exchange of Money . that  Pays���������������������������-  When you liny Victory Bonds, you simply, exchange one kind of money for-anolher.  A dollar bill is Canada's promise to pay.  So are Victory Bonds.  But Victory Bonds pay interest.  Consider the security behind Victory Bonds���������������������������  Canada and all that is contained therein.  Consider   the  good  rate   of  interest���������������������������Victoi'y'.  Bonds, pay    5JV%���������������������������nearty c twice    as   much   as  Savings Banks.  Consider the saleabilil}- of. "Victory Bonds���������������������������  their use as collateral for a loan; their prospective  advancement in price.  Consider the purpose J for which Canada requires the money'���������������������������Cleaning -up Our obligations'  to thc army and ���������������������������maintaining the prosperity of"  the counlry.  Are nol these reasons llie best iii'the world.for  exchanging one kind of money for another?  Should not every Canadian put all his weight  behind this Loan"?  Should not he exchange all lhc money he has  for Victory Bonds?���������������������������ancl all lhe money hc can  save for the next ten months?  Buy Victory Bonds  EVERY DOLLAR SPENT IN CANADA  This space donated lo Ihe Victor// Loan Campaign by ,  EULTON HARDWARE CO.  .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������!'  Do  am  The reliction from .war lo peace  ���������������������������    has  been  sudden "and  strong.    Our  :coLir.:ge may be a bit spent," our enthusiasm  for service a trifle on the  Avane.  It needs a lillie effort, and some  delerminalion lo rekindle the old  fire, bul Jt must be kindled if Ihe  Victory Loan is to be a success.  Canada calls upon you therefore,  I'or a  renewal  of your  faith  and a      0  renewal  of your effort. .  And lhat can best be expressed if  ,  you do your almost io inspire people' lo      -   . ���������������������������-���������������������������- ,-'*"-  Buy Victory Bond������������������  v  ���������������������������There is an  old  saving lo  the "effectDial "if you can'l sing the  words  you  can whistle _lhe tune."  'if you haven't any ready money,  borrow some and  This space donated lo Uic Victor;/ Loan Campaign by  ENDERKY  SUPPLY  COMPANY   ���������������������������  Dealers in   Bonis it Shoes, Men's &  Boys Clothing, Hals, Caps, Etc.  In deciding how many Victory Bonds yow will  buy, remember lhis important poinl���������������������������you are  not giving���������������������������you are lending to your country!  You are, lending at a good rate of interest.  You are lending on the highest security.  You are lending to maintain your own and  your.country's prosperity.  In your own persona! interest you should make  strenuous efforts lo buy as many Victory Bonds  as ou possibly can.  .You couldn't put vour money in a belter place..  You want ol save money���������������������������everybody does.  It Is the only way lo,gel ahead.  And Canada needs to borrow your money t'os  bridge the gap from War to Peace. - ���������������������������*  It's your duly lo lend.  Take the proper view of this Victory Loan.  Say. ��������������������������� lo. yourself���������������������������:"I am* going to buy ^11 the  Victory Bonds I ca.u pay for now and in the next  ten months."  Whal if it is an effort to pay for them.  Look ahead a lillle.        ���������������������������*'V  Think of what you will own" when your Victory  Bonds are finally paid*.for.  Every cent you pay on your Victory Bonds you  lend to your country���������������������������you save!  Remember that, and {  Buy Victory Bonds  every dollar spent in canada  teece; & son  Groceries, Flour & Feed Enderby, B. C.  S  n   'f V-;r<.r-<. -v^-tv, I  SAFETY    FIRST  =-J     I  J  /.  USEFUL llORj ���������������������������  OVERj-SOOli  P< iRPOSgSj if.  MADg: I JSI       J V  cr/vrsi/VD/v    V  THIRTY   THOUSAND  Victory Loan Campaign in the  Armstrong   District    Coining  , Along Satisfactorily. .     ,  That Armstrong will reach her  objective in the Victory Lban������������������cain-  paign is now certain. The'canvassing this year-is probably-not" so  well organized as it was lastyyear,  but it is in the hands of returned  men, and they are not Icttingi anything get by. They are, in )fact,  working from daylight till dark���������������������������  and then some���������������������������with the results  most favorable���������������������������more favorable  in. fact than was-anticipated'at the  opening of the drive.      .    ������������������  Up to Wednesday night the sum  subscribed reached $30,000. this  makes reasonably cert sun what is  claimed by the committee���������������������������that  the quota* set for. Armstrong will be  fully subscribed.  The success of the Victory boan  is~ necesary to combine prosperity  with peace.  When you b������������������y Victory Bonds  .you Ji a ve_a n _i n vestmen Lyou __c a n. be.  quite sure of.   NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  iSEALED TENDERS superscribed  'Tenders for Enderby Bridge," will  be received bv the Honourable the  Minister of Public Works up to  noon of Wednesday, the 19th day  f November, 11)19, for the erection  and completion of a Highway  Bridge over tye Shuswap River at  Enderby, B. C  _ Plans, specifications, contract an,j  forms of tender may be seen or obtained upon payment of a deposit  of S5, deposit to be refunded when  plans are returned, on and alter  the 29th dav of October. 1919, at  the Department of Public Works,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria. B.C.  at the office of- the District Engineer, Court House, Vancouver, B.C..  and at the 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 payable to the Honourable the Minister  of Public. Works, for the sum of, ten  per cent of the amount of the tender as security for the due fulfillment.of the contract, which shall  be forfeited if thc party tendering  decline to enter into contract .when  called upon to do so, or if he, fail .to  complete the work contracted for.  The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will  be returned to them upon", the ,exe-.  culion of theconlract. .  Tenders will not be considered  unless made out on the forms supplied, signed wilh the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed  in lhe envelopes" furnished.  the lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  -.      A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works Department, Victoria, JJ: C., 21st October, 1919.      3  LET'S NOT GET COLD FEET  ^   ^    <pv   v?&    ^   ^Sa.    ^   18y' *1SK.  Go back a year���������������������������in -memory.  Then   we  HOPED   to   win.    We  believed   we  would win.  We were willing to spend every cent in  Enderby for Victory.       .  "Every .man,   woman    and . "child  in   Enderby  was prepared "to* pay any price if only we could "'"  ���������������������������achieve Victory.  Now Viclory is  ours���������������������������complete" and  decisive _  Victory. J J  If you were asked to give to the Victory Loan  1919, you should do it in thankfulness for Victory  But you are nol asked to give���������������������������only to lend  your money. On liie best security in' the world.  Al a good rale of interest.  If every citizen of Enderby will make il his  duly lo support lo lhe ulmosl of his ability lhc  Victory Loan 1919, wc can more lhan reach lhe  quota set for us.  The money is here-    Left; not gel cold feet.  See lhal you have a pair of our Rubbers to  keep the feet dry and warm���������������������������and gel busy.  AH Together Now���������������������������   ���������������������������*  Buy .Victory Bonds  This  space  donated   to   lhc   Victory  Lc3an   1919  Campaign by -  E. B. DILL, ENDERBY  Groceries and Men's Furnishings  Want  2c a word first insertion, lc a word each insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charge; 10c extra  where cash does not accompany order.  LOST���������������������������In Enderby; pair of lady's  shoes. finder please leave al  Mrs.  Nichol's.  Enderby 1p  FOR SERVICE���������������������������Rcgislcred Jersey  Bull.' H. Aldin, Enderby. o2G-l  LOST���������������������������Holstein cow; lag on ear'  No.f)8(>20; bell on-neck when los].  ���������������������������SS. reward"for her return lo M.E.  C. Harris & Sons. Enderby. o3(J-li*  FOR SERVICE���������������������������Pedigreed Berkshire boar; also Yorkshire boar,  and Holslein Friesian bull. H. E.  C. Harris & Sons, (laic Turner &  Donaldson)  Enderby. q30-I  POMINION  LANP  Unreserved PhWip  Auction  24 head Registered Red Polls  The Ideal Fanner's Cow  Having becn favored .with instructions from Mr.-beshc Pilworth  1 will sell bv Auction, at his ranch  S'/i: mlics N.E.'of Kelowna, B. C, on  the Vernon Road, on���������������������������  We4nes<fcy, Nov, 12th  at 1 p.m. sharp >k.  13 mature'cows ���������������������������   *���������������������������  6 heifers, 5 to 15 months old  5 bulls, 4 to 10 months old  All bred cows have been served  by, and all young heifers and bulls  are sired by, 'iRoyal Charmer of  Jean DiiLuth," 2598-29052. This  bull has .37%%' blood of Teddy's  Best, 17003, being 32 times a champion, and out of. the richly-bred  cow "Gazelle," 32011, with an A. R.  record of 430.91bs of butter fat, and  in show condition weighed over  14001bs.  aarfion't miss this opportunity of  getting some real "milk plus beef"  cattle.  All born before. February 1918  have been  tuberculin  tested.--"  Catalogue containing full  particulars   can   be    obtained    from   the  owner or Ihe auctioneer.  Terms cash.    .  MAT HASSEN, Auctioneer  Armstrong, B. C.  Increase itSRalc of Interest  PUBLIC NOTICE" is hereby given  tbat   in   accordance   with   the  provisions of an Act io amend the Dominion   ' it..is   Act,   passed   at "the  last   session    of    Parliament,    and  commencing    from    the   7th   ���������������������������J11'3!'  1-191f)r^vlicrc^intcresl=-is=ichafgeablc*r  the   rate   of    such   interest   .on   all  new     transactions    in    connection  with  Pominion. Lands shall be 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    be.  creased   lo   seven   per  centum  annum.  By order,  -L.  PEREIRA,  Secretary.  Pepartment of the Interior,  Ottawa, Aug 20,  1919      olfl-4  m-  per  1 MmImM  ��������������������������� To buy'^'flie' latest improved  'Singer"Sowing Machines with fall  line of up to-clate, attach merits.  ,  A few used machines in good  condition, cheap. >  Shop opposite Theatre, Vernon.  B.C.    Also machines in   stock  at  rMacPh ail-Smiths Store.  Armstrong, B. C.  WRITE  G. A. McWilliams, Agent.  BOX 342 V  ������������������Verjion, B.C.     /  Jas. Dickson  REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT  Bell Block Enderby  LOST���������������������������Auto chain lor 37-inch  wheel; , between ��������������������������� my place and  Enderby bridge. Finder please  leave at my office or Hand's Car-  iiM; Enderby.    Li.-Col. Hennike"r.  FOR SALE, OR RENT���������������������������-Well-built  comfortable brick veneer house,  five acres hind; 45 fruit Irees,  bearing well. Stable and "henhouse; located on river .bank.  Terms to suit. Apply, A. M.:"Baird,  Enderby. olti-tf  TENDERS  For Fortune School Fire Escape,  . JSnderby; B. C.    .  Tenders will be received by lhe  undersigned up to thc 7th of November, 1919, for the const ruction  of a wooden tire escanc to be buill  at thc Fortune School. Plans and  specifications may be seen at the  office of the' Secretary. *   .   0  Lowest or any tender not necessarily-accepted.'  A. C. SKALING,  Secretary Enderby Board-of  " School' Trustees      o2(!-2  Farmer's Sup ply  -MEET ME "TO-NIGHT AT  ^   LEONARD'S BILLIARD  "     PARLOR  Cigars,- Cigai;ettes, Etc.,  Pipes "und Pipe Tobaccoes  S. II. SPEEliS  VV.M.  A.F.&A.M.  Knderby    Lodge      No.   40  licyruliii-      meetings      first ,  Thursday   on   or  sifter" tlie  full moon ;it 8 p. in. in   Ma-  Fonie     Hall. Visiting  brethren  cordially  invited  C. H..REEVES  Secretary  M  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.,  Meets 2nd & '1th   Monday eve  in Masonic Hall.   Visitorscor-  clially invited to attend.  CICO. K. SUARI-M5C. C  H., M.'. WALKE1I, K. R. S  R.*.T. COLTART. M.F.  Palace Jjvery  Ed. Sparrow, Prop.  Aic,i:aQ.u=Jloiui   =J������������������ud(irb-y==.,J  Store  MARA,  B.C.  Special sale for this month  of Groceries, Feed and  Flour, Dry Goods.  N. Pavjos,    - -     Mara  ^_ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  PAINT YOUR  OUTBUILPING  Now is lhe lime.^before-winter sels  in.    Try onr price.  Hox  'I'Si Enderby, B.C.  C. G. PIPER  Box 43 Enderby  STRAYED  Bell Blk.  Enderby, B.C.  To my pla.ee, Mabel Lake Valley,  one black  horse colt.    Owner must  claim   same   and   pay   expenses   in-  jcurred    wilhin     30   days.     If   not  claimed colt *will*be sold.  1 FRANK  MISKA.  Enderby,  I?. C, Oct. 23, 1919.   ���������������������������  H  " I WOULD BE PLEASED TO  RECEIVE THE IJ STING OF  YOUR PROPERTY, PROVIDING YOU REALLY WANT  TO SVLL, AND THE PROPERTY WILL BEAR CLOSE  INSPEC/ION, AS I  ..SEVERAV PARTIES  ARE LOVKING FOR  LANDS... :;���������������������������-..  Address  HAVE  WHO  FARM  1  "ii-  IS?  tl  F.RrJt    DEHART,  KELOWNA  ENDERBY  \3  m^mmm-  _������������������i.-:. !^i.Lvii.l^  ���������������������������4 va;L^L

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