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Array i-i^.-'i -- .-:.  ������������������|ff% Yap'  if t%>.M  ^&  Vol. 13, No. 27, Whole Xo.  ENDERBY, B- C. THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1919.  Subscription, ������������������2 a year; 5c copy  j Gruelling Clos  icri  x\!sJ%~t-   h  ruts v .f-.ks.  I     The V. A. C-All Star <>a:ne oi' Caldwell  t lacrosse m   Vernon  L-si   Jlmr.- ptml  11  Top  I: day evening was a   llmlmig af-  L> I'air.     It   was   known   ih il   lir*  f Vancouver    [cam    were   oul   lo  ���������������������������make llie score as ian:" a.-- pes-  PaliiLer  2h  lh  d.b.  i.h.  .1. Phillips  DeHart   (Kei)  Sims (Ver)  \?  Murray  FINAL GAMS A HOT ONM  siine  and   a:so   lo   acme   m  ih  An-\5iiQrixz Team  Lead All the  Way, but Lose Out in the End  did  score ol' llie Ail Stars.   The  *holh, lui!  [heir sere v-t- not so  by a Score oi' 8-  l\ verv hi������������������- al\ [hal, ami I  Micki  Tiie final game between Armslrong   and   llie    V.A.C.s    took  on Salur<lay nfiornoon al  Armstrong led all  anti   Burfon.   of  1'1P v>'ny milil jusl before  lime  lo   wi   iwo   (  heir goals.    The .Ml SV-rs v.'c iv P*aco  Pwillioul   Ihe aHiVnneo of Dun--2-    U was a heart-rending affair  can,   one    of   JuT-Avni'-i   crack  II51  home -plnsers,  ��������������������������� Armstrong,   was   put .on  tansence of Duncan mulct  yve.akonod I ho homo, but  'played  n-groai   g::mo.  'his-lirsl season ai  I' iho  progress ho  V s  p.').���������������������������<>  is  a. j     'ihe scoring  credit   lo  himsVf  a.ixA- Pie  r'op-jd^ng   vr.i iciy    until   hail    time  lain.     lie   hold   down   ������������������iob>r-m'who i   ihe  score  Flood  4-4.     Tn  Th"J -;!S np. Then lhe V. A. C.'s not  ih;e;!lv '-niy gol Ihe iieing goal bul in  r.urlou  li'"   fen  minutes  overtime  Ih"  j'Vs   V   <'ol   two  !:*!i):C.  li- V  ;j-se an-:l|    Arc ibvrA score was 8-G-  as of the ding-  dl"  A.  verv  elfot livelv   am-   f/nc't  ,i  llie  [lie Ihifd quarter Armstrong  silualion'"' more llinn once. To made ii 0-i and ihen in thc final  Redgravcs of Youion wa-' given ouarier life V.A.C.s made i I (>-(>.  lhe   task   of   holding  'Speedy-  Several of  lhc bows" had  had  ���������������������������Freeman, and lhe conlcsl of enough bul il was decided lo  sjiecd between lhc two was -ihe 'play. 5 minutes each way, wilh  \ main feature of lhc game.   Rod- the above result.  graves got a gaol and Freeman  Il was a gruelling finish to Iho  didn't.    * MeWhinnie,    a    gianl |Y>cek's carnival of lacrosse, and  player, who did nol play in Ihe \ySih   teams    were    pretty  well  [""Labor  Day- game,   was  pul  ������������������L Lired oul.  firsL homc by lhe Y. A. C. andj    pl()V     Pearson     of     Vernon  Turnbull checked him, Pearson played poinl i'or Armslrong, and  of Vernon playing poinl. Turn-  bull, of coui\-:c,_ held his man,  and was. perhaps, the star of  I'both teams.N McWhmnic got  two. goals, bul Turnbull   found  again pul up a steady and effective game. Bur-Ion - again  cheeked Johnston; ^ Turnbull  was on MeWhinnie, and lo Jim  J Phillips was given the lask of  lime lo go down on.lhc homc-u |i,0itiin^ FreeVmmV The homc  number of linlcs': one' of these ^s "co^pTefely^rgani^f and  was made much morc effective-  resulling Jn <Okanagan"s second  lioal.    , ���������������������������    ',  If Turnbull had a competitor  as star of lhc game, il was Jim-  mic 'Schubert,    who    played   a  ['wonderful -game,- saving time  and again, and gelling lhe ball  practically every lime he wcnl  aflcr il. -  Pearson and Mowal, Tne poinl  men of lhc two teams, clid a deal  of effective clearing and saved  the.situation for lhcir respective  teams numbers of limes.  Although tho game was clean,  ���������������������������il was hard-fought. The checking was close and lhc play fast.  Towards the cud, ihe pa.ee b-,;-  gan lo Icll on lhc nlavers, Gald-  [weiLand Johns Ion of Vancouver  ,and Turnbull of lhe Okauagans.  requiring" trealmenl in me cas-  -'"^yjjljj-l'"^��������������������������� J':o advantages  Thc Y.A.C.s were -without  Paul who-had bcen on lhe sick  list' -   i     i   y  Ii was a greal game, and was  won by Uic learn with _ lhe  grealer cxpericncc.-  Thc teams were as follows:  gan. The score was 4-4 when  lhe game was called on account  of darkness. To "Speedy"' Freeman musl lhe crcdil be given  for pulling lhe game oul of lhc  lire for his ma Les- Il slood 4-3  when he wen I lo bat in the lasl  inning. He made a Ihrcc bagger  and then stole home on a  muffed ball.  Thc besl of goodfellowship  prevailed between, lhc visitors  and lhe home boys. Tlie V. A.  Cs arc a fine bunch of fellows  and flic games wore all clean.  Turnbull "nursed a vvvy bad  thumb through _ llie series of  games. lie played a greal game  all lhe way. In fhe third game  he wcnl down from first defence  and goi Armslrong's first three  goals. -o  Alex Phillips was pul oul cf  liie game a few minulos from  lhc stall of Ihe lasl .game with  a crack on lhe knee. Lingings  look his place.  11 is hard lo pick lhc slur of  'he  V- A.  C.t defon.se.    Porhap.V  aflcr   Freeman,    Cairns is    lhc  mosl effective.  In lhc fir.sl game Coilis scored  one I'or Armslrong, Phillips one  and Murray two; in the All Star  game Fowler of Kelowna scored  oncv Redgravcs cf Vernon onc  and Phillips of Armslrong one:  *y *s* vr far- ������������������*c df ur  tr fef *-r w?  tr fcr t*r vr *wr %*  t*.   J*t   .*��������������������������������������������� *���������������������������> J*������������������ rm   Jl jl J*> J "a   #��������������������������������������������� JS S*.   JS S*t   jt^ Jt  ������������������ MARA NEWS X  There was a large  A very enjoyable dance was  held a I Mara on Friday nigh I,  the occasion being for ihe recent rclurned Marailes, _Ll.-Col.  Landon, MLs Landon and Serg.  Win. Ahier.  crowd present, many  ihem from Grindrod and Enderby.  mr  jr.  Wm. Owen speke a few words  of welcome io the gucsls, coni-  plinicniing liiem on lhcir good  *wof-k and fine appearance, and  hoped they would resume their  old position in  the communil}'.  sr  JS  The dance was kept in full  swing into  the morning hours.  Llis. Campbell motored'down-  fi'om Aimslrong willi a parts' of  friends lo look over her secent  ?)urchnse���������������������������lhe    Frank     Riches'  ���������������������������i  Enderby and Distri  ������������������ ���������������������������    News Boiled Down  Born���������������������������Al lhcir home, lo Mr.  men will-he presenl  and Mrs. Theo. Jones, Sept. 9lh,  a son.  in the third game, Turnbull  scored three, King two, ahd  Murray onc.  cMc\Vhinnic was lhc leading  scorer for Vancouver. This  good-natured "giant"' shoots a  very wicked ball.  THREE JOYOUS  DAYS  Armslrong Chautauqua .Festival  Sept. 29-30 and Oct. 1st.      '  Shiiiingl'ord goal  (rill point  Cairns _ c.p.  Mowal Id.  Diokonpon 2d.  Freeman' 3d.  Hill '     " centre  .!o!ir.������������������ioii 'Ah.  J. ?hilli>ua"ord    2h.  MfYViiiunio "1 ii.  Cnlwcll o.h.  I'.unior i.h.  Il.^Iurray  Pearson  Schubert  Turnbull  1 Torrex  Burton  Slott  J. Phillips  A. Phillins  Ilinnill  Kin i,'  F.  Murray  J.which   lhc V.A.C. had over  Ihe  fAll Stars were  three:    The All  |'Stars, of course lacked organization.     On   two  occasions'   lhe  ball   instead  of being faced off  I was given loVi Vancouver play-  ler by lhe referee for Hie simple  treason   lhal no  Okanagan man  [appeared lo face off.    Then the  LV.A.C.s   nearly   always  gol   life  fball   a I   centre,  no  metier  how  long lhe issue might bo in doubl.  [And  in   lhe work on  tho home  lhc   V.A.Cs    were    superior   in  /ipeed and accuracy.    Thc Oka-  l;iagans had a line up I'or a goal  Notes on the Games  Harold    Murray    (he    Arm-  si rone coal lender sot hit on the  head wilh   the ball four times  in flic first game.  "Speedy"' Freeman had thc  misfortune lo get hil on thc nose  in lhe. last live minutes of overtime in lhc third name and had  to retire. - Fortunately it was  nol broken, as was a I lirsl supposed.  Armslrong was a prclly quiet  town for the Vancouver boys lo  spend a week in wilhoul anything to do.-- Before lhc week  was ended thcy had seen mosl  of the Okanagan as far soulh as  Kelowna.  The oldest men on each learn  played con Ire in the third game.  Armslrong will havc a lhrce:  day Chautauqua Fcslival on the  above da les,-in tlie new Avalon  Theatre. A hue program has  been arranged by dlic Chautauqua n committee,1" consisting of.  music, education, inspiration  "?md entertainment. All Enderbyites arc cheerfully welcomed  lo join in this three days of  merriment. Thcrc will he six  performances, each of aVcliffcr-  cnt nature every afternoon and  evening of lhc above dales. Season iickcls will bc sold by thc  local committees, and af Abbott's Drug Store, Armstrong-  Thcy will also bc on sale in sonic  prominent place of business in  Enderby. Scale of prices, for  -season tickets (consisting of six  performances),    adults,    $1.75;  Pla ce��������������������������� on \Yed n es day���������������������������  be-  .������������������*  The hunters wore on hand  h.right nii'A early Sniuvday. but  so far liie average bag was light.  J'l -^  Mk-. Robinson trud son were  visitors of Mara on Sunday.  sr  Chas. Lillle motored to his  ranch, froin Vernon on, Sunday.  mr  Andy" ,Zettergreen came up  from Vernon lo take in the  dance, returning on Monday.  Hospital Produce Day  By a resolution passed by thc  B. C. Hospital. Association, the  third Monday in- September has  Idccii set aside _ar's Produce Day  for all hospitals in thc Province.  On this .day donations of fruit  and vegetables will be received  by the various hospitals in thc  Province���������������������������including the one in  your own community���������������������������and it is  fell that this will bc onc of thc  first  step  Mrs. Attenborough. and sen,  Aiwin, arc enjoying a week or  two a I Mabel Lake-  Mr. and Mrs Arnold Bogert  returned from lhcir honeymoon  trip tins week and arc laking up  residence ip. lhc old home.  s.  Commencing io-morrow(Friday) lhe clerk's ollice at, lhe  Cily Hall will again be open i'or  business during the usual hours".  hr  Mr. and Mrs.-B.C. Morris, laic  of Kew, Alia., have leased Uie  Dr-   Tohiiic    farm,    heretofore  o  managed by Mr. Ed. Harrop,  wilh lhc intention of buying if  satisfactory. ;  sr  c i-i rs  Mrs. Dr. Tolmic'and daughler  are visiting Mrs. II. W. Harvey  this week, on - their re I urn lo  "Victoria from Calgary, where  ihey were wilh Dr, Tolmie on  lhe opening of-the big stampede.  ...... Il is  lhe  aim of lhe newly formed branch  to get a home for the association  at ihis point.  "We shall endeavor to push  through all grievances of returned men,"' said a member.  '"Tliis end of the Valley deserves  to hc represented, and we can do  noihing separately, but collectively wc will be able lo gci  somewhere-"  MABEL LAKE NEWS  m arousing  a  children undcivlHT^l; season reserved scats, 75c extra; single  admission, ,75c, reserved scats  25c extra���������������������������not including war  lax .  com-  mumly interest  in   these  commendable institutions.  11 is hoped that there will be  a liberal response lo this call of  the hospitals, and that"both Enderby's -and Armstrong's hospitals will receive substantial  donations of produce.  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� is s, st x it it it x x n it n  X       Remember,    -Enderby's X  K.Tax Side will Positively be X  X- held Sepiv, 30th. Will your ������������������  X properly'be included in it?'������������������  X You can keep il oul by pay- X  -������������������=ing=.an=any���������������������������time=up-lo���������������������������the-������������������-  s'last moment, but lo avoid X  x lax sale expenses you must X  X do so not later than Mon- X  day ncxl, Sept. 15th. X  Anniversary services will be  held in lhc Presbyterian Church  on Sunday next, Sept. 14th. The  Rev. M.' D. McKcc of Salmon  Arm",will preach in the morning  and Rev. J. F. Millar of Penticton in thc evening. -"  sr  *���������������������������* (.  Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McKee and  daughter left by auto lor Trout-  dale, Ore, Tuesday0 afternoon.  After spending a month at .their  married , daughter's Tiomc a I  Troutdalc, - Mr-.- a nd Mrs.- McKee  intend lo continue thc auto trip  lo Iicalsburg, California,"-from  which point Ihcy expect to radiate for thc winter months, and  in this way sec" much jofr thc:  Golden State. , ? - -  *   X   s    - _o  Mrs. and Miss-Robson, of Thc  Gateway ranch, on thc Eudcrby-  Salmon Arm trunk road, Have  thc honor lo bc thc lirsl women  whose names arc on thc Government payroll as firc-fightcrs.  These sturdy characters each  ������������������������������������������������������were on thc fighting line for 17  hours, and a governmcnl cheque  in payment for lhc work came  to them this -week-  A large crowd of Armstrong  dancers, augmented by several  carloads from Enderby and Vernon, enjoyed the dance given  Jastyrjiursday. jn_ |hQ__Ava_loii_  jm   jo   #���������������������������>  j--\  ^������������������j  j������������������  jr������������������   j**  half a dozen limes only lo have Ti.cjr    combined    age    svas 74  |il lost by a wild pass or a mis-  Ihandiing of the ball due to ex-  fcilcmcnl.  Two of the Vancouver goals  Iwerc secured by a player hiking  [quick advantage of a slip. There  [was little lo "choose between lhe  Idofcnces; Thc light nature of  Lhe  game   is   indicated  score by quarters  (Vancouver  lOkanagan  Tlie  leam  V. A. C.  IShillingl'oi'iI  Gill  I Cairns  kMowsit  JDickcnson  [Freeman  Hill  'Johnston  .V  0  0  1  0  1  .by   lhc  3 ��������������������������� 0  if Oil I  c.n  Id.  2d.  Oknn:ii,'nn  Murrr.N  Pearson  (Ver)  Schubert  Turnbull  Horrex  Who says lacrosse is a young  man's game?  The Armstrong fans did plead  for goals in thc overtime period.  It is rumored that Freeman  and MeWhinnie arc slated for  the Terminal professional learn  Thev ought lo make  nexl year.  good;   bolh   arc   hard   men   lo  br-.m  It wouldn't surprise anyone if  the V.A.C.s should try lo sccurc  some Okanagan players for Jl 920  Besides   playing  lacrosse   the  V. A.  O.  boys  know something  about   baseball.     A   game was  put on*last Wednesday evening  3d. Burton [between them and thc Endcrhy  c.    Fowler (Kola.)   . , . ,.  .,      Ai  hhc'(lgraves(Ver)   h"im, champions-ol   lhc Okana-  Thcatrc, by the Jazz Band and  zation expects to return lo thc  Okanagan in aboul Ihrcc weeks,  when our dancers will again  havc the opportunity of hearing  them and enjoying their excellent dancs music.  Things We Want to Know-  Why   tlie    besl    seat   on   lhc  Hupel stage was occupied by a  calf onc day.lasl week?  / Si  .Whether  all   thc  five-fighters  will gel Die pay thcy were promised, and if  lhere have not al-.  ready been seme slight dispute?  on  Uic subject?  ' What wiii happen if they dp  not get paid in full?  *.*  U<m  Why   "slakey"   people   go   lo-  Vernon lo "blow in" instead of  spending' their money  in Their  home town?  r*  If,-their home town isn't just a  h'^lc -bit slow and behind llie  5^'nies.'  '���������������������������'���������������������������.- sr  rs  Whether   a    cerlain    rancher,,  has not been very busy since his  little   talk  ���������������������������with   thc homestead  inspector.. ' -        ^  sr  '**  If the said-homestead inspec-, ���������������������������  lor isn'.t  one   of    lhc best  and  straighlcst government  officials j  who visiTTlic, Valley."and. if thc -  country   .wouldn't-' hc     greatly  bcncfilted by having a few .more  like him ?  ���������������������������Whether   a   certain   ,rancher"  -wasn't "vers1, surprised-at seeing  two blue grouse silting on  the '  roof of his house onc morning."  last week,and whether-he wasn't  very upset   that   hc   could not  shoot  Ihem   as  thc season   had  nol opened, and whal his bird  dog thought of it all?  . Whether it would not vastly  improve lhc .sport of lhc counlry if a small bounty (enough "  to pay for shells) were put  on vermin, sueli as hawks, etc.,  instead of making the.shooting  season so absurdly short.?  ,j j i..  . - - -^v* I  -   ."ft  , < ��������������������������� a^aSjC''  '- -S^Tj  ~Z-j    *"  -<.    "-  -V \$  '                   -TJ  ^S^-<r  '^.  '^  "       ^,  *  "     '  "        ^   4.  T'  ���������������������������*->  %  X1    '     -T-  -           \K  -*���������������������������*    I  f-'  vy  '     ^  -( "-  ������������������-,*    ***  _     A.  -���������������������������  -      ^.S     ^  Incrased School Attendance  G. W.V.'A.     ORGANIZE  Sec WM. FARNUM in "THE RAINBOW TRAIL," Sept.  12th  ENDERBY OPERA HOUSE  A meeting of veterans of the  Great War was held al thc Cily  Hall last Friday evening I'or lhc  purpose of organizing a branch  of lhc Great War-Veterans' Association al Enderby. The mccling was well attended.  Comrade D- K. Glen was elected president, ancl Comrade A.  D. Glen secretary-treasurer.   -  Thc following members were  appointed on the executive commillcc: Comrades Blackburn,  Robinson and Mowal. An investigating committee was an-  pointed as follows: Comrades  Ilenniker, Whillcl and Airth.  Tlie secretary svas instructed  lo write for a charter for lhc  Endcrhy branch. The first and  lasl Thursday of eacli month  svas decided upon as Uic night  of meeting.  The next mccling will bc held  on   lhe   1-Vh   (Ihursday .next)  Thc Enderby public school  enrolled a greatly increased attendance when school opened,  on thc 2nd. The enrollment by  divisions is as follosvs: Div. 4,  31', Div. 3, 44, Div. 2. 41. Div. 1,  35," high school, 27���������������������������lolal,  178/  Thcrc arc no less lhan 15 in  the beginners' class in Disr. 4.  Divisions 3 and 2 are crowded.  There arc 17 in the entrance  class, making il a very large one  Thc bigs school enrollment al  lhc opening of lhc lerm is larger  lhan at any lime in Ihe history  of lhc school. There arc quite a  number of students from outside points, ihe following places  being represented in the attendance: Kelo'.vr.n, Hullcar. Mara,  Deep Creek ar'" NWh Bend.  A fine spirit i-1"''" ails in every  division and lhc prospects for  a good ierm's work are excel-  Jcn I.  Conservative Meeting  A general'mecliii!..' of tlie En-  derby dislrict Co.^-crvative Association will bc held on Tuesday, Sept. Kith a.I 7.30 p.m. at  the King Edward Ho'el. The  purpose of liie meeting is lo  elect delegates to lhc Conserva  tive   Convention   to  bc   held in  svhen   it  is   hoped  all   returned Vancouver a "week later. , It OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1919.  'Si fiy, i  zprnyift'Sim  < -f- v *   -l> -I-  ' --    '  -. "��������������������������� V   ^  C  In which sa rawi:vJ '!'h.- F.r.<l  FubIUln-0 <  erv T!  V VV;** ft'jsVI'ff  '..;.- IT.--.:-; ;..:���������������������������! V.':JUivV Wi-i-i  .......... ... ^j  - - -    ...  -. !-, C.   !.;.-  ';:������������������������������������������������������:   \V5.!!;ci- i'i.  lanks of  ill .ranks of the Brilish-expeditionary  fori:'..':-, iii  I'ranee  to  tlie Salvation Army for its  continued good." ���������������������������   t,   ���������������������������  SW--.'s.F<.-,  ^m^ny/:/'''/my:7\  'SM^\  I % ^7_^s^,./mm^^r^ %\  if  EViViVTl  IT TO "i  VOSSV  I  III   li   ��������������������������� '  Jii'.l'.(>..  llNG  S (JOUD  'OT.\L  V  u  U  jit  rs  f.'    I-       A  ���������������������������. I /i *  ? 6 *  ^fei';V^''^rrv ^v^vv^0vV/>,-^  if.:;.;-' .<;;- ���������������������������> -.���������������������������/������������������������������������������������������'; ���������������������������.���������������������������*,.���������������������������<���������������������������  '"i'J"  ; GOOD OUT'OF EVIL  We ail have hoard the adage about an ill wind-  Jit should be applied to tbe recent bush fire which  Jssveb! its way os'or ihe Grand View Bench and on  Jin  ihe'direction  of Deep =Crcek.     While  the"'fire  |wns burning anci homes wcr.-  (lircatoned on all  .sides if secmod a moiisler denion rampantly 'devouring everything in its wake, out of which no  JgCiO'd could  come.    Nosv  the dires  arc out,  and  :0!ic  CA.Si   [ravel   ihe   territory  burned   over,   thc  jgreal damage is seen lo he offset to some extent  J by ihe gop'd lhal  may come of it.- Counlry lias  Veen   opened up   lhat  looked  uninviting before;  deep bush that would has-e taken -months lo - clear  svas made accessible ina single night.      Thousands   of  acres   were   burned   over  tmd   tire   now  cpen   io   die tmniighl   svhich  svere covered by a  'mass V underbrush and entangled fallen limber.  Tlie iina slrmhl  prove a  blessing lo  many a  farmer  ss ho   will   lake  advantage  of  tbe  opportunity lo jjnk.h iho svork of clearing more lhan  'iwe--tr.ir.-is ntvmpli.shed by the flames.    Much of  ��������������������������� tht' land  i iu rued over could  be made ready  I'or  ,lho plow \vilh very lillle clforl lhis svinler if I lie  ''nen   whose  nroncriv  was   iu   the   track  of   [he  i>res   lake   advantage   of   flic   burning   before il  .'.gain grows up in busk,  in ihe ma Iter of roads in the burned-over seclion, there is lhc opportunity i'or domg somc  much-needed   road.werk   at   com para lively  lillle  \C<:  THURSDAY, SV1-T. 11, V\)W.  nS*r?L rjELAY?  :m  A- The fire did all the heavy "work on the road  In io Loon Lake from lhe Salmon Arm-Endcrby  trunk road. The limber was burned asvay and  old tree trunks by lhc roadside were left in ashes-  Free roots and stumps svere burned out of the  roadsvaj' and ihe brush entanglements along Ihe  road cleaned up.   The road svas left full of holes  J&-9  Shoesat a LpwPrice  B.ut Maximum "Values'"  V/e are able lo offer to-day'Ihe very losvest values   iu   Fqolsvear, -owing   !o   oV- -early  placing of orders direct to the factories.   "All prices below arc PREPAID  lo your ossm  doors.    We do not charge for postage or express on Footwear.  BOOTS FOR OUTSIDE WORK  ���������������������������"Women's   strong   Call"   Luce   Boots   I'or   hard  sveur;   Avide,   strong -solos;   coinforhible   lace '*'*:.  stylo  onlv.    Special  i'or Pickers;  sizes,  2  1-2  lo' 8;.. IM-tlCli- -. .   .$o.!)5 '  SUITABLE SCHOOL BOOTS ������������������  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� " ���������������������������-  _ Trere   is  a  hoot   at  a   remarkable  low  price; J  one lhal will give excellent wear; liiccly.  iinislied Calf Leatlier; nailed soles; wide for  growing  feel: ' S  Sizes,  K" to  10  1-2;  PHiCK  .: . . .>2.{).")  Sizes  11   lo  V,i   t-2;   I'HICIJ:    if'A.In  Size,s   1   to   5;   PHICIi    ,^'AMS>  BUSSES BOOTS in the NEW HIGH-CUT STYLE  Very dressy   fo������������������������������������  lhe   Girl  who   is   particular  for a stylish  boot;  wide, comfortable  litters:  .Sizes It   to  2;   1>HICK    tfUh")  Sizes S   lo   10  1-2;   PlUCAi    Wjl)  WORK BOOTS FOR MEN  Two splendid lines in tiard-wearing 13oots for  men;  one   of   strong   oil   tan    Calf:    hollows  longuc; .stitched sole.    Tlie other of polished  (hiIf   Leaiher;    Icatlier-line;.!;    slrong,   heavv-  slilfhed soles: Sizes f)J-2 to 12;  Price, .?-J.!):">  BOYS' KNOCK-AROUND BOOTS  JAiade  especially   for   lhe   Hoy   In   last   longer,  besl  Calf Leather;  waterproof slilched solos; "    '  bellosvs  longue:  Sizes.  11  to  13   1-2:   PJUCI-: ��������������������������� *.'U)f>  Sizes   I    lo   ;">;   vHICE       ^I.ijt)  i    ���������������������������  f g 1 8 B M tA   .  .....,,., , ,. -,      ,-       .        ,     .. ;aud is  nosv almost impassable, bul more could  Lndnimledlv  I lie  pubhc svork s department oi : ,. ,    ,   ��������������������������� , . i ,,  ,.���������������������������..���������������������������,,, ,   , :,     ,     . i be-   accomplished   m   a   weeks   svork   nosv   lhan  lhe Provincial  (lovernment  knesss  j is  business.'       , , , , , ��������������������������� ,,   ,   <���������������������������        ,.  ooulo bave been done in a month before liic ure  Ms engineering sial'i' pr{jh.ii'i\ knosss ho-'tfer ihanj  Ave lhe f.est lime tr; start' v'^gk -on iiie bridges  whicb ss-ere deiinilely p,!'omI:������������������ ��������������������������������������������� -Ve^Jld be ijuiit  lhis year: one over {ho river V 'W lor by tmd one  if> repla.ee Ihe remnant oi' a lnid.g-- at Fortune's  Crossing, i-rc-mise w;is also niven -thai the in-  cliue bridge os-er Qjok's Creek svoulti be replaced,  and lhal llie corduroy bridges near Ilupei would  be lorn mil. Up to the present time no move has  bcen made lo carry oul any df these promises  definitely made. And. ihe biidgos in question,  long ago declared lo b" unsafe, continue- to grow  ss'orse. tis tho season advances. We are nosv at  llie close of lhe best months for bridge building.  The rains soon ssill skirt, foilosvcd by lhe breaking up of (he. roads and snosv, when bridge budding i.s mosl expensive ii' not impossible. Before  svork can slarf. noSt-spring (he high svater will  come and sve sliall be up ag:d!i^i_ aivillu'i- season  of svaiting fur lhe svater to recede. The scaler iii  lhc river and creeks never lias been ItAs-er than it  is jusl now and has boon for Uie p.--sl monlh. it  may be some years before if is as iosv again. Thc  lime when'these bridges couki Lc buill al !hc  least cost is passing.     Can noihing be done  to  did its svork.  'i rii: Iviii   I  w m/) gur.CM  ��������������������������� '-^j\jZ.Jkj  3S  press   upon  fhe  Cover:,  doing jhe-job nosv?  the  importance  of  TIIE SALVATION  ARMY  fiv  The average man or woman, in every walk of  life and under till Hag-, will wish the Salvation  Army success in ils present '"drive" for a million  dollars. II has gone about il in tha! methodical  ss-av  characteristic  of  ike  organization,   making  R seems to ns iVsvould bc good policy for lhe  National War savings Commillcc to publish a  slalemeni each month shosving iho success of Ihe  thrift campaign if has been conducting in Canada  live, nasi half-year or morc. The presenl policy  appears lo lack enthusiasm. Whether it is as  lacking m results ii would be unsvise to say until  some sla foment appears svhich will give- some  inkling of what amouni lias been .subscribed.  Tho first object of lhis thrift campaign "is to  raise .%">0,(VtK).'00(} for credits during the"reconstruction period. Secondly it is a scheme to  catch liie man, woman and child who could- nol  help on fhe Victory Loans bul who can help by  saving 2oc a lime at' no slated period, but as  often and a.s icgulariy as possible. If is also to  help those svho wished bul had not tho posver lo  lake more bonds. Thirdly, 'it is���������������������������most im-  porlanl of ail���������������������������a scheme to continue the" good  accomplished during lhc svar lo teach ..us all to  save-  Every big fortune svas built up in lhe firs I  place by small savings. Il is flic first $1,000 lhat  is so hard lo gel. The man or woman, or lhc  child svho never learns to save will never make  a success of life. Thc key to success is thrift.  The will to succeed begins when you pul asvay  somolhing and go svilhoul hi order lo save. Before the svar sve used lo have what we svanlcd  snti go i)i debt.   For our population Canada A.vas  ���������������������������-3  .lh_o_amounl..small .from., each .cm  field  lhoroue.il!v.    Ambassador Jas. jhad lo do sviihnul during the svar.    F.s-cry cent  lunumiv.- h\.il \S_i_ greatest bonrowing-ualioo-in-fhc world....Wc  covering iHe  W. (lerrard expressed  iho  ���������������������������eel  g  (  . I-  lite citizen j sve  can  s-avc  now  helps not only ourselves but  of mosl any counlry when he recently said: |thc counlry.    11 is belter fo pay interest to our  ''While 1 tun talking tif sti'oViluies. i.hore is on" josvu people   til   home   lhan   lo   anyone outside,  thing i'or whicb y.m *- .���������������������������'���������������������������  I un is  ie Sa Iva lion  be any charitable orgnui.c.il  litis the same {'acuity !' .,��������������������������� ;  who tire in sick-:. ���������������������������;������������������������������������������������������, as ������������������i {  and  then  Ihli:!: of  lhe  \'.o:-l  lid nn   tub^lilule ���������������������������ttnd  Th'-re don't seem  io  , ,      I ! w.     \i   <,!'!' I     I l>o I  i-', eV.-e   In   iho-,-1  ���������������������������ly   mit  ma.i   uiev  .'.: e  d  ^']-E:li3 DOES THE PRINTER GET OFF  ,������������������. w;n."  <k"'V;i!I'^bel';)P-  on  he oilier side i'i'  ���������������������������I  vou  know  uit:i  v ur  at  lliey  n iho frr-nt  or s"<m  <-k yonder in   Ine misiy iiasl.  docades  the war. lhe Ottawa nnd Provincial Governments fixed    iho    charge    wliich   nesvspnpers  ivneiics. |. hfiup! i.ioke !V,i- iogal a.dveriising.    It svas fixed  hu-ba-V '.A--\t.a ;,  Um. basis, tmd til  the time svas considered  a,  vour swoelnearf or  our* brother, wtis  1  here .hj-nighl.  yiiig out Siiur. Sii-ce ihen, ptirlicuiarly since* lhe w;ir cetisetl  whtil' svouidn't vou ogive  fo know -thai  hdVvould  wcHinde;!,  in   tiie  cold  and  nu!d,j;m(j profiteering bas become ram pan I, fhe cost of  "' everything  the printer has  lo  buy has gone up  iavo' Iho .finiik'rl .and  consolation   that is  given  d[ let ist onc hundred per cent, tmd some things  V">0.pe.i' cent.    We cannot name an article used  )riiifing.   except    file    hell-box,   lhal ..hasn't  rii.Mii ���������������������������tmner ilio  un  r. '���������������������������"  <~A-  i i a. t  Uic iiravo men  V  toti Army.":-  Dotighis IVh  and women -.'aaA. girls of tl  And |his; IVom Field Via;  c-  .shosvs what a  sol oii ei  work of-fhis Army: "i am gia.d *lo. h'hve fhe oppor-  ctjuinirinder Uiinl;s of tbe  of   congraiultifirig   the   Salvation   Army   on   the  i-"  nen   As   reiirc.seuti  .service  during   llie   p  f "ranee.      The    >.:\ ivaiu-ii  shown   iliemsolves  io  ist  value   tbeir   presence   bo'A  bos! .influence;.; a\\   [he   ni;  doubled and' more fha'n .doubled in price.  ���������������������������At.  lhe sa.mo  linie the ,'Cio.verhmcul price paid  i'or legal advertising remains the same as it svas  a quarter of-a century .ago.   Is it any svondor the  have  rendered hvesvspupermen  of. Canada  tire  facing  problems  io   llie   British   .armies  in 'so  serious   many  do   not  know  svhere   they  are  v.'<;rkers   have! going io got off?  right  scud  :a\A  1 j  ���������������������������  ,'ing   one   of   ihe |  tmd:   s-.iiriluat svel- j  ta  u  vv i'J A :-���������������������������.   \.ASi i..i i i ji "A XAjO  k.^1 l t AsliA-loiil*. :  are  o  f   ihe  iro>:;?;:-  .1 j:  i.-11  H  inesiinia'ib'  "A>-  olliei"  o.;;sr  i i:  ;h!   resident  of I'htdcrbv-  value   oi'   Ihes-  1 II j !1 1 i ��������������������������� 1 \ ( ���������������������������  reali/.e<l   svhen   flic |;i ;:  at liie fronl. 'l'ht.t in:!;-,  has slaffed litive, besid  i: i . -  rvvartis  h iiie :-  ���������������������������en an  i.esi  J;;:n Arm  hiilion \'-  :'e.])(-rly osv.ter am! taxpayer for sovortil years.  udiiig fhe jirosonf, a].>plied  for a gun license,  ianti '.vtis refused, the reason gis-cn Iioinglha! ho  -���������������������������'esid.ir.g in the district lhe pasl six  ol bo  soldiers svhich. has b-t  comiori oi soK.tiers svmen nas h't-is greaiiy ;ipp;*e-! ntonius.    j'.I iho same lime gun licenses tire bomg  ciated..    I shall be glad  J I' yaw   \sili  convoy   Hi.- issued   lo  Chinamen,  and  .laps who never have  H H  VERNONJ B .C.       BRITISH COLUMBIA 1NTEI110R STURE-  Canadian  Food  Control License No. 8-21018.  Tl  been citizens of thc counlry and do nol expect]us that ollicers svho arc expected to enforce the  ever ft) Ixvbut'who havc been making their living lasv should have ihe Iasv properly interpreted I'or  ii\  flic district the pasl six months,    ll seems lo  them.-  NOTICE  (   ������������������������������������������������������       ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������> ~s,  Th ore will ho a sale ul the 13rool<  I "ti nn, niioul Uie Iniii October. A  fov choifc younl; .lovsey cows; will  ;ili Crcsiion in October; :i imro-brocl  bull anti some other stock" All  farming implements: dairy Tubler  sucTion-feeil so pan-. I or- No. -I, just  as Mood as new, aiul some hotisc-  iiou'! i-lulf. G'it-lf   ���������������������������  Palace Livery  Ed. Sparrow, Prop.  If you want a good driver, we  have il. 'All kinds of light and  heavy denying. Team svork of  ;i 11 kinds.   Harness repaired.  Vernon Road  Enderby  Plaving helped1 lo adjust the situation in  Europe, wc arc back- a I  lhc old sland ready i'or  business ��������������������������� painting,,,  kalsomining, p a p c r  "hanging. Ti*jr     our  prices.  C.  G.  PIPER  Now is the time  to order your supplies  for the. Preserving Season  We have stocked heavily in all sizes.of Sealers:  E-Z, Economy,,etc. All kinds of tops,available. Order early and avoid, being disappointed should the supply become exhausted.  Men's ^year Groceries Enderby, fi. C.  Canadian Food Control   License No. 8-17170.  Box 43  Enderby  e>  as. DicScson  REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT  Bell Block - Enderbv  KING  A name that stands for thc best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel  P. I-L MURPHY  J'copriclor  Enderby  c  '    % '-.     n ���������������������������    ���������������������������&%    ���������������������������- *���������������������������  " ���������������������������*���������������������������       -^?       *^ ^"      x  %i *  ^^^^i^ss^ssss^vMSM-  Prince visits Anglican Church at Montmorency THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1919.  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  ������������������  5S5BK2"  X-S  ���������������������������^':*.v.r~&  Mssmm  mm  ~f>  =<^o:^  i������������������  '-'A'well-pamted Roof adds Distinction  to the House s... .^7  'T^KE roof crowns the house���������������������������it may "make" or "mar" the whole  ���������������������������"-structure.    In shingle-roofed houses, shingle-stain plays almost  important part in rounding out the harmonious appearance of the  home exterior.    We advise the use o/_  '   S -   Northern Okanagan  Creamery Making Good  either as a rAain in which the shingles are  dipped before bcin^ put on���������������������������or as a stain  for application to thc completed roof.  It-It AnchorSiiinclc Stiiin Kmadphv thcir.r.krrsof  li ll"linf.Iislil',aint".in(I lltnmlram'sG<.-niiiiic]*l.lI.  White Lead. Liko tlicootln-i faniottsprnductsof a  famous iiainl house. 13-11 Anchor Shinidc Stain is  "(it st choice-" anions people who know and tippie-  ciategood paint.  SVc have it in nany beautiful shades���������������������������a shade for  cyfrycmiccivablccoIor-bcheiiip.Tliemaiiufactiners  ot tins ������������������-tuin describe it as "TOP quality for the  House TOP" and that doscription is completely en-  cloi wd by ourselves. SVc know it over-tops all other  similar products.  !������������������<���������������������������  avp  Other -  B-H Products  For Interior Varnish  "China-Lac"  n-ll Porch floor  1'aint  For Porch floors ancl  cciliiiRs  For ISxtcrior Paint  13-11 KtiRlish Paint  Varnishing a Moor  U-lI'-Flooilustre"  For Harris and  Outbuildings  Imperial Ham Paint  tlie surface and  FULTON HARDWARE CO.,  Enderby, B. C. ^  )<  V  I Do  If:-'  IMS *h %  few <gn a  <ar sf   *&a u  F^H  ?r^#<  &,  hi ng  fl  ���������������������������D  fi  rs  J  rs  ���������������������������J.  .ox  and cannol gel il in losvn, write, svii-c or plibnc lo  The Okanagan  Vernon  We pay express lo Armslrong unci Enderby  for Norlheru Electric- J-arm  Agents  Lighting  Plants-.  *><)���������������������������  o<^z>.><:  :**""*>������������������  >o<  (!  0  r*  ���������������������������I  rs  I  r\  \  r*  I  -ii  -Pure  Bred  26t|������������������  The central location of the  Armstrong creamery and the  case with: which cream, can be  taken to it or sent by train, is a  feature very much in its favor  and should make it thebest-sup-  porled creamery in the Interior.  If the dairmeh and farmers of  the district realize how inuch it  means lo them to havc this  creamery in operation they will  sacrifice something to keep il  supplied svilb cream.  In a recent letter to Mr. C.  Patten, president of lhe creamery association, Mr. Wiancko,  provincial dairy instructor says  of his last visit of inspection lo  thc creamery:  "I svish lo.report on a few of  the impressions lhal I received  on the occasion of my visil to  your creamery on July 24Ih:    I  arrived at the creamery a I aboul  2 o'clock in the afternoon, and  lor thc first time met your new  bultcrmakcr, Mr. C. A. Trimble.  He svas busy taking in cream,  most of 0whieh came in in very  fair condition, and which, with  proper pasteurization and. handling, would make a good article  of butter.     I   found   that Mr.  Trimble  had  made very  great  improvement   in   the   sanitary  conditions of thc creamery, in  so far as hc was able and without  going  to  any considerable  expense-    Every article of ma-,  chincry and equipment had'becn  overhauled      and     thoroughly  cleaned, and I found tilbo  lhal  Mr.Trimble was using lime fully  for purposes of sweetening and  disinfecting.     In   fact,  hc  was  using every  means possible  to  make thc best of the naturally  unfavorable    conditions    under  svhich   he - finds   himself.^   Thc  building being  now quite, old,  and for years past, having been  more or less "neglected,* if "'is a  difficult 7 problem,,  indeed    ,to  greatly improved its appearance  Samples"'of butter oh hand at  ,lhat dale were found to be of  good. quality   and   uniform in  workmanship.      The -7 storage  room for butlcVshould be improved and put into such condition that butler could be held tit  a lower temperature. Tim voom  should be - rc-built   before anolhcr   season   so'thai   it may  under the auspices of B. C. Stockbreeders' Association  Thc B. C. breeders tire requested  lo communicate with the  Secr&tai-y^wi ilwrega i:d^lo Jlidj^probablcuen t des. before .it.shall  be necessary for him to solicit entries  from wilhoul  the prov  ince. . _  SAbES COMMUTER: Mat Hassen. Jas. McCallum and C.  bf. Hardy, all of Armstrong, B. C. Secretary, Geo. C. Hay,  Kamloops, B. C.  Order your Preserving"  jfess.f'.  ���������������������������*i/   ^***P  </J������������������ Mm  OW  We carry everything' you  require���������������������������E-Z Jars,   all sizes Tops, Jar  Rubbers of all kinds and Jelly Glasses.  New shipment of Dishes on hand*  Give us your orders for Sets or Pieces.  MEET MP TO-NIGHT AT  LEONARD'S BHJ4ARP  PARLOR  Cigars, Cigarettes, Etc.  Pipes and Pipe Tobaccocs  easily Le kept sweet and sanitary.  "In his examination for a  tester's license, under the dairies  regulation act,Mr.' Trimble  proved himself proficient in  every particular. His long experience in the creamery business should place him in a position to do excellent work for  your association.  "It seemed to me at the time  of my visit that conditions were  so greatly imroved that progress  towards building up a good, safe  business should be rapidly made  in thc future, provided lhat thc  officers and patrons continue to  'C   thc  creamery   the  wholehearted   support  which   it    deserves. Every ollicer and patron  should be an  enthusiastic supporter of thc enterprise.   Small  disappointments   and   set-backs  are bound  lo  occur, but these  should nol bc allowed to become  the  subject, of public���������������������������concern-  Wilh   the   approach   of  cooler  weather   conditions   should be  better for the securing of a better quality of cream; and condilions for storing ami, shipping  should bc greally improved, and  you should have no difficulty" in  putting   up   a   uniformly' good  butter."  In.this connection we arc very  pleased to announce that a box  of Northern Okanagan creamery buller has been ordered for  the use of H. R.-H. lhc Prince of  Wales and his party at two  points on his trip through Western Canada. Onc is to be sent to  Calgary and onc to Banff. We  congratulate those responsible  for placing Jhesc orders with  our district \crcamcry on knowing where lo find lhc right quality0 lo tickle the palates of His  Royal - Highness and-. the "distinguished guests ,who.are with  him.,   -  There-is" no   doubt that the  Northern Okanagan creamery is  turning out a"very fine product,  as, indeed, are many private,individuals in the district," ancV we  cannot.help repeating that the  dairy industry deserves a great  deal morc consideration than is  being given it, in a country that  can produce  the finest article  procurable anywhere.    IVJJost of  our farmers   could.  Jvccp more  cows than thcy do, but it is safe  to say that,  in  a .majority of  cases  it is _ the quality  ������������������f  the  ������������������ stock rather than the number  svhich stands in need of careful  study.  Wcfccl confident the Prince  and his. company will he fully  satisfied with the article put he-  forc them, and at the same time  v^^tlTinlCtircVcT^amerymanage-  mcnl arc to be congratulated on  receiving lhc order.  HOSTELS FOR SOLDIERS  Good Work Being Done in the  Interest of Returning Men  and Their Families.  Soldiers with wives and families who arrive in Toronto from  England and have to stay in the  city   over   night    are   thankful  that  there   are   Hostels  established for their special benefit.  Among these is that of the Salvation Army on Yonge Street.  To fully understand the value of  these institutions we must imagine ourselves in the place of  these men.    On arriving in thc  city, probably late at night, they  find that the hotels in thc vicinity of thc station arc full up.   ll  is   out   of-the  question   to   go  hunting for rooms at such an  hour and the only prospect before Ihem is lorspend thc night  as best thcy can in Ihe station  waiting room.   As it is, thc man  and his wife and family tire conveyed to the Salvation Army or  othcr hostel in an auto, and here  thcy can enjoy thc comforts of  warm   baths,    clean   beds   and  good,meals, all absolutely free  of charge.    Do thcy appreciate  it?   Wcllrathcr.  "I've seen and admired the  work -of thc Salvation Army  over in France," said one mail,  "and I find that thcy are helping  the boys.here in the very same  spirit-  Wc will never forget your  kindness," said oiic woman to  Mrs: Ensign Laurie, thc matron  of the Hostel, "It has touched  our hearts. It is not so.much  what you have done for us as  the spirit in which is was done.  You don't know how words of  kindness help and cheer onc."  Some idea of the work done  at these hostels may bc gathered  from, the fact that during the,  past two months, 1,000 beds and  nearly 3,000 meals have-^bcen  served.   /?-- ~7 -    "  Are You  Cashing In  On Your Farm?  Is your farm producing as  much revenue as you think it  should?  FARM a.d HOME  "British    Columbia's    Leading:  Farm Journal,"  with nearly 15,000 subscribers,  is filling a long-felt want  amongst the farmers of Jirlt-  ish-" Columbia, and will help  you to get more from your  soil, dairy herdj bees or poultry, lt is edited by a piactical  .Farmer who knows the information of value and interest  to the farmer, dairyman, poultry laiser, fruit grower or  gardener. The subscription  price is but a dollar for an  entire year���������������������������52 big, sparkling  issues���������������������������biim full ol entertain-  ~ ing and useful articles of ro-il  dollars and cents value to  every member _ol your household. You cannot alfoid. to  miss a single'issue; the in for- ~  mation to bc secured in -one  issue alone is well worth the  subscription price for __ an  entiie year. Hotter send your  subscription now. Use ihe  coupon  below.  Farm & Home. 137 Tender W.,  Vancouver,   IS. C  Knclosed    f'nd     my    dollar;  begin with your next issue antl---  send me Fai in & Home for an  entire year���������������������������52 weeks.  Name    Address    i-.S     i    -\isi  Farmer's Supply  Store  Special sale for this month  of Groceries, f?eecj an4,  Flow, Pry Goocjs.    .  N. P������������������*vJo������������������,  M������������������r*  pney  It you have a; few hundred  or ������������������ few thousand dollars'  that is Idle, you can put it to  work earning you good inter-'-,  est hy placing a .Money-40  Man Ad- in our Classified  Want,Columns;'   --'--..   s  People with gilt-ed.ge col- ;  lateral often require  ready  casji and will pay good interest for it- Phi youiLtnoney.  fo worH.  oiiwomvmi b������������������m. '  -     idS'XaJ  .      >*{.!  _ -.SA, S_ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������' -S-3P"  --r . -^az r ^.^ci  7..yJ.y->^hm  1 v- iA>^y^M,  r,p" --   -a**" t=,'".'5ig''"������������������**ifc|  ��������������������������� ?;,-t',.i-~": 'K'l. c-.rijr.'?* I  ���������������������������:'>:-.'S-'sT^M.l  ��������������������������� V a^sSt^^^^sX  -ir- 1  S'A , V'^VM  '-   ��������������������������� \ ��������������������������� '-"���������������������������v%5^j������������������-3ji.l  -        *      .*������������������j~<���������������������������   t-*���������������������������.,z i.,i I  -   A   1   1 A** 1    '--SM^I  A ���������������������������    -- -1���������������������������-* - .^ -^CI  '" '''-^'-S'Sy^ss:-;  ' s- ssT^sy-  An auto drive and dinner at  the King JSdward will make any  Sunday seem heller.  ATTENTION, J,QGGflftS  Teece  Q,  Enderby  C. F. 13. license No. 9-3409  The only separator that skims clean whether you  turn it fast 'or slow," ��������������������������� Saves $40 to $60 a year  extra, due to this wonderful Suction-feed feature  1>> '  (the feed varies with tho speed).   (Hao. other fino  advan-  Jjj tages���������������������������no discs to wash, knee-low supply tank, ball bear., -tg^-q  J-.j ing, etc. Over onc million users.   Come in and seo it work. |p$|gfj  -  inr:icac;=rWT>c-;  Sold, Delivered and ���������������������������Guaranteed������������������������������������������������������foy  FULTON HARDWARE CO., LTD.      :       -:     Enderby, B.  Prices, $70.00, $80.00", $95.00 and  $110.00.  If you ha vent tried our hams  and bacon you have not tried  the best '  GEO. R. SHArtPJE  Wholesale and Retail Butcher  Enderby  . Tenders wiintccl to cul and pul  in the Salmon River from a half to  Iwo million feet of saw logs.  I'or J'ui'JicM- particulars apply lo  . 13HAYDEN & JOHNSTON  2(i-2c Salmon Ann,  U. C.  GdocJ  Summer  Reading  The best copyrights  Reprints by the best  authors  75c each,  3 for $2  All the latest magazines  Are vow gomff t������������������- 3������������������ atlV  PuU4m# or fcepairing  jf\\B Season ?  " .,  ' ���������������������������! A & A  -^"H^FQtbQW-WG-ABP-QOOD-VAtUES.;.  ���������������������������  A. REEVES  Drugs and Stationery  Subscriptions taken for any  magazine  No. 4 Ceiling, Flooring and Siding. .$20.00 per U  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2\G $25.00 per M  JJ 6-inch Slab Green Wood   $2.50 per loud*  OKANAGAN SAW MIllS, Ltd. endesby  DIAMONDS  The mere association of the name of Wniten  with the engagement ring, or any olher a icle of  jewellery, watches, etc., instantly co.***./ to the  mind the thought of qualiiy, chaiaclcr ancl unusual value to be had from  Manufacturing Jeweller  C. J. WHITEN  Watchmaker  Vernon,  B. C.  L'H,ra\ er_  Compare  our Prices   With Catalogues OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY. SEPT. 11, 1910.  fastest Transcontinental Train In the World  '. for the Business Man in a  ^���������������������������-  r.-T;*-*Sc**.������������������������������������  ������������������       ARMSTRONG NEWS       "  S8KXXXKXXX:SXXSS  Mrs- Ed.. Slokes and children  have returned.lo lhe city.  Mrs.   (Rev.)   Miller  returned  last week from her visit Lo Vic-  oria.  Mrs. .Ollic Rullan and son arc  visiting in Endei'by from Armstrong.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Mr. F. Sumner of San Francisco is visiting his brother, Dr.  C. D. Sumner.  Mrs.   R.   J. .���������������������������Fletcher   left   on  Monday J'or Port Hammond on  ian extended visil lo her parents.  Mis. D. (J. Crozier and children have arrived home from  Iheir trip lo Victoria, Vancouver  and Chilliwack.  o<=>(d  o 1  Let us take your party to  Mabel Lake  cost'-isn't so'great  tf   *���������������������������**'   **r   *>r   *hr   %r   mr   m.r   ���������������������������***���������������������������   vr   vr   *.r   tr   hr   v.r  ������������������   **   #���������������������������*    *m   ������������������    sm   Mn   **   j-*   *%   5*   5h   5*   3*   +���������������������������*  DEEP CREEK       *     x\  it it ������������������ s; ss s; a it i; s; js at it it x ������������������ s;  Mr. and Mrs. I! yam and baby      have moved inio lhe old Lonski  house of (lie winler.  Experienced in handling genera!  Auto repairing  All work guaranteed  ion & ������������������2  Vernon Road  ><==>0<==>0<==>0  >0<ZZZ>0<Z.  01  *"*    Am  H  rs.     rW  v*   *m  ���������������������������1  11  oi  8  Si  ii  3  o.  rs t  Enderby   (]jj  n  *������������������o<=>o<  KOJ  ' New tliat tfio era of roconslrnction  Js here, the business man", v.-ho has  /been taxed to the limit, bought bonds  to his capacity 'and given until it  liurts is to be considered again. lie  3s to bc permitted to get from place  to place quickly, his freight'is to bo  ���������������������������handled promptly and hob is to be  privtn every   assistance   to revitalize  filled io capacity on its three thousand mile um to Vancouver.  This is the fastest transcontinental  train in the v.-orld. niakin^ tlie trip  from Montreal to Vancouver in less  them four days, to be cr.act. S3 hours  iho business of America. The rail-1 end 30 mioiites, and from Vancouver  v,a\s are the veins and arteries Uwonjlo .Tentreal in 92 rl-0:1 rs lo r->i*nntfis,  which a healthy-Mnveiness body-rnu^ti ihe inn bcin.u, rnado v/ithoat change'  of cars.  depend, therefore noniiaiiy i-:uch c  his he!p must  covio  froni  i:*ic" 1.  The Canad:an ] jr i.r, ;i p:v. "fci  r\v.\ ; cad is lh^ i'ir.-i oi S 2 r ��������������������������� . ...-'.  in  l.c!->  1'..->  b;--'!. :���������������������������- -->   ]"��������������������������� :i.  On   .r.-.ia   11:.    i...-    ;..:���������������������������   "'    -:.:  ber being   booked    for Banff, Lake  Louise and points west.  One thinks of a transcontinental  train as a single unit, but in reality  it is made up of a number cf complete units. A daily service, tho  Lrip being f-cur days, requires four  trams running each way Fir.mltanc-  ously. Thc r-quipiiicr-t" ol fi  de lu::e tra.n b;ts an Cifi::-tcd v-  ,of $c.000.r'00. u-Bins fo.- il>-> C-rr ������������������������������������������������������  for th? j^u-1'n.'Ps-?iI?.n-Jn-a-Tlur:,y.       j eastbcur.fi   rr.-j   re-' ' "'"  .'.n i:i*cr^tin:> poinl in connection 1 ing   errs,   r   cc:--_:~  -;':!i I'-.ii t.Tiin i.-, the fact tliat mo:01 d.ncrs and iii IzSz:.  il.an half cf the i3asscn."Grs arc ^en-1  -A ���������������������������'vliolc hus;ncss day is t'ms saved  new  A  ���������������������������:.v.:v.i, .. :  - ;c:h    cr  s   .'���������������������������     C        .  >0-C^3-0<=S-0-C=^>(><=>0<  >o<^^>o<=^>o<^^x>o<^^>a<zz^o<^.  fj  I  0  i  i  a a ������������������w eA fey a 3 iivll  I ^ ft ft Q *! A S 5 V ^       hP. H $ -J 1 K i  W'c have iho ,ifoo;!i fin hfjul  and c:m mool ycriir ^vory nocfl  in sLyvcs and li''arini> '.j.-jods;  alovo pipr.s and olijow.s."  JJlain lwir,[ ^iwinlzod *\vi"c:  ���������������������������Vti.O!) noi- rod.-  U  .v;iviiiiiiij; mad  in  9  S  CX  por and slH'oL ir;sn.  iirip.o yoirr old hoaliu^  s.iovos in and have Ihem I'Vir-od  a! (;Mo-f[iui!,lcT liie cost o!" a now  onc.  f555  H  f    P P b Ft Ti r$  s^s^viJas    sia^Jiy Q,g^s^ij yj    G^^Vi:n  s i    tI   'J ;i  !*-������������������      '1    v' - i  t.'3 Sietj-u J  NOTICE  CHANGS TN INSURANCE  AGENCIES  Wc bog lo announce lhal  MR. J. S. DICKSON  has-been   appointed   agcnl   al   Endcrhy,  in  place  of Q  MR. H. G. DAVIES   * '  for lhc  Phoenix    Assurance    Co.,   Lid.,   of  London,  England.  Liverpool   &  London   &   Globe   Insurance  Co.,  Lid.  Mrilish  America Assurance Co.  Globe    Indemnity    Co.    of  Canada  (Casually Dept.)  c;i woi-il fii-.,l ii'sc-riioji, lr a x-.-.-id o.-icli iiis-er-  tiuii tliti-c.ifl< 1: 'AT... n.M.iimun < li:ntro; 10c onIi.i  when. v:\'.,\\ dtifs r.������������������L ntco-.-iipt-ny or.ii-v.  VOll MIvVT���������������������������Furnished house.wilh  phone, cily v,*aler, oiilfiuildings,  etc.     Harrv Cross. F.nderliy. :2(i-lf  l''OM SALI'J:���������������������������Gooil general-purpose  and driving horse; also top  buggy and wagon, in good condi-  tion.-H. A. Aliison. Armstrong. 2i  WANTED���������������������������1'iiino; new or secondhand; slate price and, terms. .1.  Monk, sec. Grindrod" Farmers'  Hail.   Grindrod.   M.C. 27-11'  DHY MIXED   STOVE.   WOOD���������������������������Cul  green and [riled; solid si nil". Ge!  .supply before roads break up. C.  E.  Strickland,  Enderby.       2(i-2c  *x=^  z_���������������������������_ d���������������������������\m--  ������������������?3?  l  11%  GrealosL Exhibition  over held   in lhc Annslrong--Ep.derby  District will take place at  Armstrong on Wednesday and Thursday  YOUNG    PIGS    FOH    SALE���������������������������Pure  bred  Yorkshire.  ���������������������������'or  Service���������������������������  Friesian Bull; purest milkint  .strain, and thoroughbred Yorkshire boar. H.H.C.ITarris & Sons,  (late Turner & Donaldson.)  70���������������������������1 p  AYRSIHKE COWS I'OR SALE���������������������������two  2:y'car-old cows in full milk, due  to eal ye in February and May:  onc 4-year-old fresh; one 3-ycnr-  ol<i, due lo freshen Nov. 20lb.  These cows are <piiet and good  milkers, and will be sold cheap  for cash. Apply, JR..T. Coltarl,  Enderby.   - -r 2(i-2p  >f3<"������������������������������������������������������-Hi  'Ocrs-o  ^S-(>CSir>()<-r;  r>o<  aA>V,  =>o<rr>  CEI^EWLEY   PvOUNSEFELL   &  CO.  General Agcnls.  FOB SALE���������������������������Four lols in Poison  addition. Will sell at" sacrilice  price of $50 per lol: terms lo suit  purchaser. . Address, E. 15. Bobb,  Enderbv.    < "        2(5-3e  Live Flock entries in quality and numbers'exceed those"  ol any previous year, and entries* in all otlier divisions prom-,  ise to keep pace with the live stock division.  If you are to bo an exhibitor, got your entries in before thc closing date���������������������������SEPTEMBER 2Uth.  Prize Lists ancl Entry Forms may bc  secured at the.  WALKER PRESS, ENDERBY, or by writing the Secretary.  MAT. HASSEN, ARMSTRONG  VJ.  Be sure to attend the Fair  FOR' SALE���������������������������Complete - saw ami  planing mill, consisting of boiler,  engine, saw frame and carriage,  two   saws,- one   three-saw'-1 gang,  . edger, one slab saw and frame,  two planers wilh heads it knives,  conveyor, line shaft and counter  shafting, pulleys and complete  belting for mill Will sell mill  complete with site, or will sell  engine and boiler and onc planer  separate: Forp arlieulars. apply  Arthur   Tomkinson.   Grindrod.   If  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B,C  3 ��������������������������� *  .   i.1 .'     .        L   .       -<    ^     'J      ^  ^-J���������������������������   I .        . .    -T    . t    f -   I       I* I  fi '������������������������������������������������������ I' '���������������������������']       i H'i Fi :l rS', ���������������������������n  'Cp I: ������������������ W     _ - v->j L. a a ^J  V/hc;i  iir.yi-i'i;  ''av  [\\r- [���������������������������<.[���������������������������  It    \. J. i   [>������������������������������������������������������ \    \''ii   t'. t   1'  ; >.v   ; ���������������������������; ������������������������������������������������������>  hl'.'lll'1-:   ()!'   (i)7 <���������������������������(���������������������������!!''��������������������������� .   ("!'������������������������������������������������������!,'   -!  Ill   la-"!,   --.j.!':!! j:;;,   - _��������������������������� ":>;\ jl/,  ('"(������������������������������������������������������f'TifS ai'c  cil  .ipi"-:S  li.i\o:' :!!!'!  i������������������)'j(l  \ ������������������i 1 in- c  Jl  il':1  \ > I I ' l    I ! ,  ..    ,,,    '|,f..  -x-'i:.. i.c  1 i.'i!   r <  1   , A    in.  ii.;���������������������������  hi si  .-!���������������������������'.  f'i' .  '.llJiv    (M  (i^iVilv.  '!!-i-!"il.  <'.onif in and soc our iint-:;.   Open an m-c-'umt l>y  ��������������������������� p!neiiif.f m  (rial av.lcr wilh us.     We have .quality  i>'u(5(ls in all lines.  J its I now you v.iil lind,. our sweci era]) :ipples  the mesl econoniical e.nd ������������������������������������������������������niost delicious I'or preserving and pickling. We iuiye oiher i'riiiis J'or  piiilinii; up and everylhinf- in ihe way o!" jars, caps  and  rubber rin&s, para'wax, elc' '  W  I  ���������������������������f  ������������������  27gS>     ENDERBY   LODGE  /. ...&\  Aa-A-rtil  A*'&.<;.;s  K.;. f.j. K. of P.  f.I"o!.n 2n;! .t it.h   Miuuhry   eve  in Masotik-. II:i'l.    Vi/i'rir^K'ji--  (li:illy jii-.-IU-.! !.-��������������������������� i-.tl'JTl.  Ol-tO. ]{. S!l AKl'i: r. a  IL. M. WAI.KKIi. li*. !;. S  ]:.  ,J. COL'l'Ali'i'.  M.F.  ^  y\ /jiollV^Vria^lo  / /!/>  \ , Ki-.r-cH.y    l.rdyrc     No.   -10  ?\/ ,'y*A.\ \/5fiyr   !:<;;:';;.r      li'ci.Uncrs     first  W'/-'-.1] V^Vy      Tii'.iiv',-iy  cn  ov  aftoi-  thu  i/SS^S-ASY full nv.on "L S p. ni. in Ti.-T.-i.-  r^v      K>::i<i      liuii. V jt'i Linyi  brethren  cordially  invited  S. II. SI'KI-JKS  W..M.  c. jr. itrcrivEs  Sccrc-t.-iry  Avalon Theatre, Sept. 29-30 and Oct, 1st.  Afternoon and Evening of Each Day  Season Tickets on Sale at JRecvo's Drii,^ Slorc  Admission���������������������������Season tickets adults, 81.75;  children under  I !  ������������������1.00; season reserved scats. 75cextra.  :U)0 tickets will bo tho limit of this Festival  ENDERBY, WE BID YOU WELCOME!  PATHEPHONES   ���������������������������  Greatest ol instruments, handsomest of furniture, most-  substantial of iriends. A Pathephone in a home is an  investment���������������������������in cash as well as in satisfaction. It is always a pleasure to.the cycandcai���������������������������a lusting', permanent  pleasure to yourself and to your children after you. ���������������������������  J  No. 1,. 60c  From June 13 th  Butter Fat  . 2, 58c  at   any   shipping point in the   Okanagan   Valley.  A.-Fanners'  Company.    Financially sound:     Payments for Cream.made monthly.     Deliver can lo  the railway company for dispatch to ���������������������������������������������  Kelowna Creamery, Ltd.  Emply cans promptly returned.   ,  The    complete  Phonograph  Plays all records perfectly;   ;  Perfect tcne control;  No needles to change, but  music through a genuine  Sapphire;  Exquisite Cabinets of period  design to harmonize with  most artistic surroundings.  Pathephone  Models, $80  to $385.00  Before deciding,   hear the  Pathephone.  Enderby Supply Company, Agents


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