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 nTimI'V5' ^//^^:\:^t rT  )    I  \    \  ��������������������������� jja  Kauaoi  ������������������0^^������������������<<^������������������#^������������������^^>^������������������^^������������������^>N^^*0**%>a^^%^y%^#^^^^^^^^������������������^������������������������������������^^^^l^������������������*MNrf^������������������^������������������^>������������������^������������������<^^^������������������������������������<^<������������������#^������������������^������������������^l^������������������^������������������^������������������  Vol. 13, No. 29, Who.16 No. 625  ENDERBY, B- C.    THURSDAY, SEPT. 25; 1919  I* f *"-  I--  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  4C X  *       ENDERBY NOTES *  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  Mrs*. E. B. Dill and daughter  returned from Vancouver last  Friday night.  X  Miss Peters, of Winnipeg, was  visiting Mrs.  Banister, .of Enderby this week.  . ,.,  X  Pte- Roy Hutchison returned  from France this week, looking  hale and hearty.  St. George's W. A. will hold a  sale'of tea and homc cooking on  Saturday afternoon, Oct. 11th;  place to be published later*  X  Mr. Jas.   Murphy,   who was  called to the home of his mother  some weeks ago by hcr illness,  returned from Ironwood Wednesday, reporting Mrs. Murphy  considerably improved in health.  X  Mr. H. G. Hogg, formerly of  the bank staff of Enderby, and  recently returned from Overseas,  visited friends here this week  fronl Vancouver where he is employed by a large stock and bond  corporation.  -  X  Lieut, and Mrs. Tompkins and  son returned from Vancouver  this week. Lieut. Tompkins5 has  not yet fully recovered from: the  serious wounds received at thc  front. Hc hopes to bc benefitted  by the better climatic conditions  in the Okanagan.     c \.  V , x ,  Messrs. Teccc &, Son have ar-  ^ ranged with McDonald & Co., of  l Armstrong,Vlo ship all Enderby  [;>: 7..applestfr.om.this point. A pack-  S''^Verwill'be sent to Enderby to do  V 's MrVJ. V. Mills-motored to En-,  -.-derby from. Greenwood _-this  'week," accompanied'by Mrs.-Mills  and, children.1'. Mr.. Mills was a  .. member of the hank staff here a  few, years, ago, and. they have  many friends who were glad to  meet them again-  t-s*. --  Mr. Pa^ma jAngrignon, of New  penver, visited tlie Enderby djs-  iricf this wcejci topping for" flood  timothy b<ay ' fle managed to  get only two carload- Uc w*w  paying $30 per ton down on all  purchases, and guaranteeing tile  halance of the market price at  the time of delivery.  The initial mcetinu of the Enderby Victory.Loan sales organization was called for Tuesday  evening in the City Wall hy Mayor Barnes.   Only a few people  [==i=====t,urned-up.-=Stcps_werc=tahen4o  'J    ' put the local organization into  -   shape lo push thc sales drive.in  the local   field   as soon as thc  drive starts, which will be on  Oct. 27th and   end Nov.  15th.  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  <        &RINDROD NEWS        X  x x  X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X  Mr. S. Poison was in Grindrod  cn business last week.  X  Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crandle-  mire returned from their holidays at Vancouver this week.  X  Mr. P. O. Peterson has bought^  the Tomkinson  place here and'  expects to be able to build a residence thcx-eon shortly.  X  ,  The church lot is now cleared  ready for the building- Mr. Preston expects ;to-be able to start  Building about next week.  X  Mr. W. W. Rashleigh arrived  from Vancouver ~ this Week to  locate on Bernard . Rdspman's  old place. He seems very .pleased  with the farm and the surround  ing district. Mr. Rashleigh expects to bring his family here  when he gets his home in order.  ��������������������������� x        -'-  The Hall directors-purchased  a piano last week JFroin'Mr. G.  B. Johnson'of Enderby.- .When  they make up their minds to ge.t  a thing they get it.  ��������������������������� x"   -  The  season's   opening  dance  held here qn the 19th was a  great, success. People from Enderby,-'Armstrong, Salmon Arm  and Mara attended, -making  about a hundred in all, and  everyone enjoyed the event.  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  x  x  X MARA NEWS *  X X  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  Miss Swann and Miss Mutrie  went to Vernon on Saturday.  . r ���������������������������.   , -X  . Many are intending to take in  the Armstrong Fair on Thursday,      s / i    i    ;     ,  X  Mrs. Bacon returned to Grin-t  drod an Thursday after visiting  here a few days.  x "'  Jas. Evans, of-Salmon Arm,  spent  two   days   here  on  fire  business last week.  ',   x  Thc river is full of logs, being  driven  for   the   Adams   River  Lumber Company, Chase.  X  Salvation Army oflicers paid  us a visit last week on their  campaign for funds for thc Red  Shield work. They were generally well received. -  X  If some of thc C. P. R; officials would. be .present .and, hear  *" - ���������������������������"        " ���������������������������* "rr-     <  the remarks of .these who have"  toi carry. .their..: luggage,, and - ex!-.  press .parcels iiiqfc.the^yjant/of  agfektform^r^  would do something.^ " '--; h V"-?  v:Virf\-   'v---'*v> -y/y/s-yi  ��������������������������� /Quite a number^ took, in the  dance*at Grindrod Friday. AH  report haying had.a>ery enjoyable time." tin'the returjvtrip  one of the dizzies took-the sulks  and needed a lot of coaxing,  with the result that the occupants did not reach home till  dqwn.",j' "'' ������������������'���������������������������-���������������������������  XHKKKX W X XX X X X H X  H a^ANp VIEW PENCff *  X X X X XXXXXXXXX X X X X  ������������������.' Smith js husy clearing his  iom<Jstead.  '        ' '   - .  '   X     '  Mrs. A. Baldwin and hahy returned from Salmon Arm* ^st  v eel*.  X  Boht. Stowaidi our lo:������������������J r������������������>ad  foreman, has a cjvw of nvn a I  work-on������������������tho������������������ncw=rdad. ���������������������������  Game is scarce here since the  fire- AH our local crack shots  arc coming home with an empty  bag  X  .Quite a number of Grandview  Bench people attended the dance  at Grindrod last Friday and report a very good lime.  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  ������������������ PEEP CREEK NOTES x  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Scott  and their three children, arc  making their homc at the Three  Pine Ranch, Miss Francis' old  place- It will be remembered,  Mr. ancl Mrs. Scott lived there a  short time six years ago. Plowing and clearing operations have  commenced already."   '  Mr. and Mrs. A. Hooper of  Seymour Arm, returned to their  home on Tuesday after spending  a few days] with, friends in Armstrong. ;  4  Fresh roasted peanuts, always  hot���������������������������at Stwyerr.  xxxxxxxxxxxxx  x .-Vx  X ARMSTRONG NEWS X  X .���������������������������"���������������������������**  X X X X X X X XXX XX X XX  *; ��������������������������� Afternoon on Monday; if: any.  of the 300 season "tickets are unsold they will cost $2.25 instead  of $175. .    -     .   v!  R. J. Fletcher sold a. J. J.^Casef  15-27 gasoline tractor,'the latest  model this well-known' company  has turned out, to Shiell Bros.  his week.       , V    '���������������������������    "^..  X .- . ,, 77  Chautauqua programs always  start'sharp on "time'.' At"3.30.'p':'  m. Monday, the first prograni  will be given by th-^ Venetian  Trio. At 8 p.m., after a prelude  by the same company, Robert  Parker Miles will give his^celer  brated lecture,' "Tallow. Dips.''  Do not be late.  -- i  * S  X . - *        ��������������������������� .-}.-  Tlie anniversary-services of the  Methodist. Church, will be held  on Sunday, Oct. 12th, when Rev.  A: M. Sjniford, B. A. D. D., principal of Columbian College, New  Westminster, will preasli; both  morning and evening. On the  following Manday* evening * the  anniversary concert will beheld.  Mr. Frank Dixon, the popular  advance agent for Elmer's Original Jazz Orchestra,- was in town  this week, arid expressed his rc-J  grct at not having "a date open  for Armstrorig'cn his trip of the  players, the only open date being on', the regular show night-  Mr. 'Dixon said; however, that  on,the next trip this famous or-'  chestra ,,\\:iir appear at- Armstrong^   '" V -"  ARMSTRONG FALL FAIR  Most Successful   Event of the  Kind Held in the Valley���������������������������Live  i Stock   Shows   Big   Improve-  ,' ment���������������������������Attendance Large.  What is without doubt the  biggest and best FaU Fair in the  history of Armstrong, opened its  door yesterday,a nd is to-day in  fiilbswing. In every department  and injeachsection the exhibits  are "full and of a very fine quality. ' Particularly in the live  stock. division is the improvement over former exhibitions  most marked..  , Great-credit is due the President an<f Secretary, the Board of  directors and Other officials for  haying assembled so pleasing an  exhibit. t The character of the  exhibits themselves would indicate that exhibitors, too, are exercising'more care and entering  with* more enthusiasm the keen  competitions in all divisions.  " The attendance this year is also  ahead bf that of other exhibitions, every hotel room in town  being reserved in advance for  fair days.  . .Tomorrow the sale of purebred stock will be held. This is  attracting almost as much attention from farmers and breeders  as the fair itself, and promises  lo bc a great success.  MUNICIPAL COUNCIL  Roads and < ���������������������������- Road-making are  the Problems., Given .Most  Consideration;* ,  .* '<  JT  It Pays to Advertise  MABEL LAKE NEWS  -- "���������������������������   *-*'W* x~    V-Fv      Vk -'"''������������������>~  &&^&-.i''t?j*���������������������������&'&'"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ^^Af'-^-'T'S-S', ^j.Sr "?r  ^-'1rmt_-m^^a%t%^mo^' <'  somewhat undci^yalue" his - place  wh'en lie mistook^the.Soldier  Settlement loan agent, fqr,the  Improvement Tax Collector?  X .'  JEfow, muclfit cosfs^ the'Gov-  ern?n.ent to collect a $20 line off  a lumherjack,for,hqvinig;a|hot-  tle of whiskey on ,him when lie  paid his iastyisit to foiwns '  ��������������������������� . i&7  ff>. there is anyone in any Canadian city who ,wairts a drmk of  whiskey and can't g^t it? *9~^ :  ? 'i '" x  --  Jf it will not p* very terrible  for the ranchers jjot to he. ������������������hle  to shoot any more grouse? ~  If ow anyone who has shot two  deer will he able to find/ "another species" to make up*his  allowance of three per annum?  -  - _������������������ _      _'_  Jf  there   isn't   quite  a  little  hustle at last going on over the  land  which   has  been  thrown  open for nearlv a year? ���������������������������  ~x  Ancl if quite a number of people haven't been making secret  trips to Salmon Arm to try to  file on certain very special quarter-sections ?  X  When   the    othcr   dangerous  bridges will receive" the kind attention of   the   road-boss now  that   Cook's   Creek   has   bcen  made passable?  X  How   thc  pole  drivers   liked  their job in the. Chuck, and if it  didn't very nearly finish-off  somc of them?  -   X  -  How   long   it   took   certain  ranchers to dig out their horse  in their meadow, in spite of'-the  dry season?  x  If the new rancher isn't rather  grieved at.the quick.recovery of  his .poisoned hand, and if the  charming young lady didn't find  her hospital expbrieneeL'a great  Help? :      j������������������.*3-.".'���������������������������������������������$:������������������ ill  If there is anybody in this day  rrid age who doubts the efficacy  of newspaper advertising-'he  should have been iir Vernon last  Friday when'ithe. big sale of the  W. R. Megaw-stock was started.  Messrs; rjHargreayes,~J &J Hollier,  tising. in tlie "newspapers'-in,'the  Okanagan!"; The' results- were, as-  tonishing.' ^Prepared 'as' they  were to handle the -'crowd;, they  were not prepard for. anything  like the multitude; which jammed the huiiding shortly after  the doors were opened and con-  tinueij throughout, the day, and  are continuing this week/ v  Buyers gather there each day  hy the hundrds. coming from  every point in the,OMuagan. ;  ",'-���������������������������'' y<>>\.        7     -  ���������������������������:"  Expression -uf ,TI������������������^wk������������������  flfayor Wright is iu receipt of  the" following expression-of appreciation: "Many tbanks for  your letter^ containing the welcome suin of ������������������25.9.4. towards  our funds; heing the proceeds of  a collection taken at a Thanksgiving Service, for which an  official-rcccipHs-encioscd.���������������������������rMay  I ask you to accept- yourself and  convey to all who so kindly contributed to this gratifying donation, an expression of very sincere and cordial thanks on behalf of the gallant men who will  benefit by such practical interest  in their welfare. With renewed  thanks," (signed) Sir Arthur  Pearson, chairman Blinded Soldiers' and Sailors' Hospital,,  London, Eng-  Roads and better roads are the  problems .which" occupy the  greater part of, the attention of  the councillors'for the Spallum-  cheen Municipality. These questions always afford something  of interest.'.', '        _    .   ,  At the, last meeting of the  Council,1 Councillor Worthington registered his objection to a  motion passed at the preceding  meeting referring' to permission  from owners of property before  making any changes iri roads!  i Rod McDonald' interviewed  the Council,asking them for a  road to his property through the  Derlart place., It was decided ;to  have the Reeve ���������������������������' and _ Councillor  Somers meet, Mr.- McDonald'Ubri  the ground and look" over the situation.   " 7    ,fV '' ';  A   communication  from 3the  Western  Woolen  Mills  offcred  ��������������������������� ,   , i    i  some of its stock for sale. Another from T. C. McNab, offered  to take ,upi-the ^matter here with  the Council of .settling the L. &  A- crossing accpunt.^In reply the  clerk was instructed to stale the  Council would be pleased to  meet him at,its "next meeting.  In the matter of tlie complaint  of W. F. Brett where the railway  coin pany hacLmade a 12-foot fill  across Mr.'V'Brc'ttVroad to his  property,..the .question was left  with a spccial'committce to look  into and Report.  :  Reeve, ,Keary;-y and - Councillor  WorthingUf^^tWere,;, appointed  delegate^to l&exonvehtion, of B.  Subscription, $2 a year; 5c 0opy  CHANGES OWNERSHIP  The Mercantile Establishment  of W. J. Woods Becomes the"  Property of Wm. and Gordon  Duncan. ...   - ~JS  committee <4^re > Lafrkm -water  %yorks improvements;.giving an  outline���������������������������of; \york. to-be done and  the.prohatye cost of,$150:00.  The Cuucil approved the: suggestions macje in the report-.  , Beeve Jteary reported on the  question of hogs pasturing on  Jands;; adjacent, to; a stream ,.of  water which is, heing used for  domestic purposes.; Solicitors  advise that parties interested  settle1 the trouble, among themselves. ;Ttie., ^eeye. furfher rer  ported that tne city soAfar h^s  not actd.on, a by-law governing  Peep Creek ditch, and that 3  would he useless for the Municipality to pass-a hy-law until  the city had done so. v  Tlie Clerk reported that he  had engaged ft. Little to collect  the road tax for the Municipality  thejwork-being about completed  Coun. Worthington brought  up the question of abolishing the  wards, most of the Council being in favor of the scheme. The  matter is to bc taken up with  thc Council's solicitor with that  end in view.  sale of* mnp for city  taxes'  NOTICE  Special Roadwork is to be  started on the Trunk Road between Vernon and Salmon Arm  Mtmicipality. Returned men  will be given the preference with  or without terms.  Names to be placed on lists at  tne. following .places:- Public  Works Oflice, Vernon, Municipal  Hall, Armstrong, City Hall,  Enderby.  Public Works* Dept  t. _>.;<    Vernon, B. C.  ���������������������������*"��������������������������� ,       ��������������������������� t'Ai ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������        ��������������������������� ��������������������������� i ���������������������������-. ���������������������������, .  /Joe's cakes and bread are bet-  \& tham home-made.  Elsewhere in this issue will bc  found a list of the lands lo bc  sold by the Cily for taxes on  Tuesday ncxt. Conditions of  sale arc as follows: Spot cash  for all purchases; cheques, unless marked by the Bank as accepted by them, cannot bc received. Upset price will in all  cases lie the amount standing  against the property, as shown  in last column of official notice.  If property is . not redeemed  within one year, a certificate of  indefeasible title, clear of all encumbrances, will be issued to  purchaser.. If redeemed, he will  receive his money back in full  with interest at 8 per cent per  ~ --  ���������������������������.. .    .&>���������������������������.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� a*a  ������������������������������������������������������.-���������������������������:���������������������������. rs-sSt  annum. r    l     ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Tlie pioneer general store of  Enderby changed hands this  week. W. J. Woods, one of the  partners in the original Enderby -  Trading Company, ancl. later  sole proprietor of the general  store which was the result of the  creaking up of the Enderby  Trading Company, this week  sold his entire interest in the  stock and business to Mr. Wm.  Duncan,.who has been with Mr-  Woods . many years, and' his  brother Gordon, recently re-,  turned from four years' over- -  seas with the C. E. F.' ,  The Duncan Brothers are so  well known'in business and social circles.they require no introduction.- .Both have been resident of Enderby many years,  having grown up with its business life. ���������������������������* :'  While all will regret to learn  that Mr. Woods in withdrawing ������������������  from the business life of Enderby; it will be some satisfaction to know that tire Duncan  Brothers are his * successors.  ' In withdrawing from business  Mr. Woods is not pulling out of  his other property interests in  and about Enderby. He will de-P  vote his entire time fo his fruit  orchard in 'Enderby and his  farm north of town. "_  ,���������������������������Hc bespeaks for his successors  the same generous consideration  which has becn .shown him dur- -.  ing his long business experience, :;:  ���������������������������o-*?  ������������������.1  most 'generous :iri; -their-^donations last week pn ftosgrila! Pay.<V  f ruits "ond^^t^le'f^.ere"'^:'  ceived from St!GcoVge's Church������������������ <.;-���������������������������  plums.Iron- M^i'������������������Tas��������������������������� M.o>^t  and Mr. Oppcrtshauscr, V flour a  from* Mrs. fhos/Qray, ,Mara, 7  hacdn  from. Bfe-.j.-��������������������������� JBBjyjfafc,  Grindrod, eggs from. .Mr- M%*  Pangel, Grindrod* cream from  Mrs. Q.;J,ones.and Mrs: C-15*  ^tardy. vegetahles from "M^-^-  Bohertson, Miss Rosoman ancf  Mrs- A: McPherson, apples from   -  Mr. Stirling,. fruit from Mrs. ,  Carlson. ^^^_____       j  CITV Of  ENPERBV  SALE OE LANP EOR TAXES  NOTICE is^herehy-giyfnjMIL..,  -3f.  /y^:r/S7?  'A>1 ',-*~-=t,M  ..-"v-.V-cV  AfcX  on Tuesday, the 30th day ot  September, 19|9, at the hour of  10 in the forenoon, at the City  Hall, Enderby, except as hereinafter mentioned, all lands situate within the corporate area of  the City of Enderby, with the  improvements thereon (if any)  the taxes upon which are delinquent, will he sold by auction,  unless the said taxes shajl have  bcen sooner paid, or the provisions of the Consolidation Bylaw shall have been complied  with.  Lands the property of soldiers  or dependents of soldiers, as defined in the "War Relief Act"  and amendments thereof, so far  as said lands are known to the  Corporation of the said city or  to its officers to he such, will not  be included in the said sale. * V  'City  HalV Enderby,  B.C.,  Sept.  18*' l9GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Collector of Taxes for the City  of Enderby.  An auto drive arid dinner at  the KingEdward will make anr  .Sunday seem better.   ! ;  i; ; ��������������������������� *ff  Are You  Cashing In  OnYourFarm?  Is your farm producing as  much revenue as you think lt  should?  FARM ,HOME  "British     Columbia's " Leading  Farm Journal."  with nearly 15,000 subscribers,  is    filling    a    longf-felt    want  amongst  the  farmers  of  British   Columbia,    and   will    help  you   to   get    more    from    your  soil,  dairy  herd,  bees  or  poultry.    It is edited by a practical  , Farmer  who   knows  the  information   of   value   and   interest  to the farmer, dairyman, poultry    raiser,     fruit    grower   or  gardener.      The     subscription  price   is   but   a   dollar ,.for   an  entire  year���������������������������52  big, sparkling  issues���������������������������brim  full  of entertaining and  useful articles of real  dollars    and    cents    value    to  every   member  of  your   household.      You   cannot   afford    to  miss a single issue; the information   to   be   secured   in   one  issue  alone   is   well   worth   the  subscription     price      for      an  entire  year.     Better send  your  subscription     now.       Use     the  coupon  below.  Farm ���������������������������& Home, 137 Pender *'W.,  Vancouver,   B. C.  Enclosed f:ntl my dollar;  begin with your next issue and  send me Farm & Home for an  entire year���������������������������52 weeks.  Name     Address   If a certain bachelor is nol  lonely now lhal someone has  Jlei'L Uic districl, and whether he  is really going lo try trapping  tliis winter and whether lie will  find llie wile marten any easier  to catch?  C.P.R.'S NEW RECORD  The re-employment of returned soldiers has been carried out bv ;the  C.P.R. sq whole-heartedly.that according to the\official records upvto'the  end of August, actually more returned soldiers iave been given employment than left the Company for "service overseas. The exact figures  are as follows:���������������������������  Total reportod as joining the Army  10,538  Dead  ,1,000  Wounded     1,952    <���������������������������_���������������������������  Re-employed in the service     5.024  Other soldiers given employment     5,543  Total soldiers given employmentto date  10.567  -  In finding employment for returned soldiers, the C.P.R. has found  by experience that in most cases it is advisable to reinstate them in the  same department as that in which they worked previous: to enlistment.  The freight handler who has ambitions to become a dining car;waiter  is not encouraged io change his vocatica unless he can prove; that-he  learned something about waiting, for instance, at an Officers' mess during his military life. His military experience has probably made him  a better man than before for handling freight but has not qualified him  for the skilled trade of a dining car waiter. Baggage men who have  served in the Army come back as a rule all the better for their experience, but the Army training has not qualified them to be sleeping  car conductors or ticket clerks, and if they prove to be misfits, at; a new  job the only result ia friction and discontent. The general experience,  however, is that the normal returned man who goes back to his old or a  similar job is all right, indeed Is often improved by the discipline and  teamwork which he has learnt in the Army.  Thc policy of the C.P.R. has been to find a position at least as good  as the position given up, and this policy has been carried out in" the  higher ranks of the service as well as in the lower ranks.   Thus:  Mr. T. S. Acheson who was employed as General Agricultural  Agent at, Winnipeg, enlisted in October 1915, was reemployed ia  the same capacity on January 1st, 1919.     .  Mr. G. W. Curtis, who was employed as Industrial Agent at Montreal, enlisted in November 1916, was re-employed January 1st, 1919  in the same capacity;  Mr. M. L. Duffy, who was Chief Clerk, Freight Department, at London, England, enlisted October 1914, was re-employed March 1st,  1919 aa Agent at Glasgow.  Mr. F. A. L. Gascoigne, who was Superintendent Car Service, Montreal, enlisted July 1915. resumed duty as Secretary Treasurer of  the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services Ltd., Montreal, in October 1918.  MrJ Gerald Hiam, who was District Freight Agent at Fort William,  enlisted in Jiuie 1915,J and returned to duty on March 15th, 19lD,  a.3   District   Freight   Agent,   at Cleveland.  Mr. W. M. Kirkpatrick, who was Assistant Freight Traffic Manager,  at Montreal, and enlisted in September 1915,- resumed"., dutyN'on  February 1st 1919, as Assistant Freight Traffic Manager at Winnipeg. "  Mr. T. M. Leask, who was Chief Surgeon at Moose Jaw; enlisted in  February 1916, and resumed duty as Chief Medical Officer, at Moose  Jaw on June lsl, 1919.  Mr. B. H. Muckleston, who was Division Engineer in the Naturai ;0  '������������������������������������������������������Resource's ���������������������������*��������������������������� Department��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� at Calgary, enlisted in x\pril 1916, aiid  resumed duty as Division Engineer on March 17th. 1919.  Mr. G. G. Ommanney, who was, Special Assistant Engineer at  J Montreal enlisted in August 1915, and resumed duty in July 1919.  as Assistant Engineer in the Chief Engineer's Departmtnt at Montreal.  Mr. L. C. Ord, who was Assistant VVorlcs Manager at Angus Shops,  Montreal, enlisted in September 1835, anda-esumed duty in the same.  s capacity In..May. 191.9. - "   -'  air. C. iW. P. Ramsey, who was Engineer of. Construction.'.'���������������������������'Montreal, and who teak command of thc Canadian Overseas Railway  Const-ruction Corps in February 1915, resumed duty as Relieving  Superintendent on Eastern'Lines in-March 1919.    /        . .,.,-.  Mr. M. J. Robertson,- who was Assistant to the'Manager.-of the  C.P.R. Ileal Estate Department,. Montreal, enlisted in. June" 191G;  ancl rettiriied-to duty in his former position, in .March 2919.  Mr. H. B. Yowdall. who was Purchasing Agent, in the C.P.R. .Right  ��������������������������� of Way Department at. Winnipeg, enlisted in November 1014,. ���������������������������ind  iesumed his former position in June 2919, : j  Characteristic -gathering -witnessed on the Prince of-Wales' foi ? of Canada.  Wsmmm7sWm^&  wsmmm-  W88%&vy!# 'A  I������������������ife:j;������������������i:  am  IIP?  tliivlll:  Prince is shown about Canada's     canal systern  Have You got your Season Ticket for the Chautauqua yet?  Remember the number is limited,  Decorating Canadian War Veterans*  t.i Vl'.Jh  - w  1?  .Vk  THURSDAY, SEPT. 25   1919.  OKANAGAN COMMONER  V -  -.\A\AA\A_ii^AAAA\s_\\-^  \\_������������������_W_lx_inaA\^ArAAAA  - ~ As       ' '      * . '.--.-���������������������������' -'? - . ' . '    ���������������������������  At the Closing Out Sale of the W. R. Megaw, Ltd., Stock of  Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, House Furn-  ishings and Fancy Goods AT VERNON  This Store was CRAMMED to Its Utmost Capacity. Necessitating the |  Doors Having to Be Closed Time* and Time Again During Opening Days. 1  $100,000.00 Stock Has to Be Cleared Up and Building Closed in 30 Days.  ffemendous Price Slaughtering is Being' Done,   THe  Sales Conductors Have specific Instructions to Wind Up  In the Given Time  . ._  ���������������������������������������������  The Store Will be Closed all Day Thursday, to Re-arrange the Stock and  FURTHER LOWii? THE PRICES  mm with tiie crqwps rsmm im bargains, pmmmn n* stare mm&  We Can Mention Only a Few oftlp Many tines Here  Ww'������������������ Fwroi������������������|������������������Hi|f������������������ tMf w? Jrfwfjw Crpw<|������������������  V pf p������������������wr P������������������jrw���������������������������������������������(Jpf T������������������w������������������ WWJr  STRONG WPJJpp QYJPfU^S^lwe and "white stripe denim,  per pair .. v....: ;   $1.25  OVEJUI^S,' TPAPOPV'S" and PPW-P'OG PJUNPS���������������������������pjacjt &  kluc,    J>igv roomy    garments;    extra    heavy    and- 'strong  ...:... : : .....:.. $2.25  W.   G.   REAVY   PLACK   PENJM OVERALLS,   with  hihs   : '...)   MM  JNVQftJt SRJJPTS���������������������������As this goes to press we have' hundreds of  tttcjri. Good, pigs strong shirts, values $}.50 and $1-75,  a}} aU each ,. ',... $J.0Q  G  |^:HE^pjG-SANPO\Vi^\VORK-SHiPT���������������������������Worth=������������������2.00-today agoing  at -.  $1.25  CLARK'S GPEY FLANNEL SHJPTS, with or without collar;  rcg. $3.00; on sale at $2.00  pALPPIGGAN   UNION  SUITS,   all  sizes,  white   and   tan,  per  suit   . ��������������������������� ���������������������������"    $M0  3. V. P. UNJQN SUITS, all shes, at, each $1.25  FINEST QUALITY BALBRIGGAN UNION SWATS,  $2-50 suit for $1.65  ARROW COLLARS���������������������������All tlie wanted styles, sold everywhere a I 30c; here i'or, each 20c  RARRERS' COATS oi' hcavv while duck with frog fasteners. $2.50 each, for $1.50  STETSON HATS, all Al styles, sold elsewhere at $8.00.  here  onlv    $5.00  HUNDREDS OF OTHER SOFT FELT HATS���������������������������Reg.$5.00  each for      JpJ.oO  WORK GLOVES AND MITS of fine-grade mule, buck  and  othcr leathers, all  greatly reduced   to,  per- pair   SOc, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25  CAN YOU WEAR A STIFF-BOSOM SHIRT?���������������������������Made  from fine English longcloth and linen. Wc havc about  250 here all marked $2.00 to $2-75 each. Prepare for  the dancing season.   Clearing Friday, each 50c  EVERYTHING IS REDUCED TO CLEAR UP IN 30 DAYS  ���������������������������SPACE PREVENTS FURTHER DETAILS, RUT  COME AND SEE  biiries at Random---Money Savers  Hundreds yards Dress Goods,  per yard 59c, 75c, 98c and $1.25  All Silks going at a fraction of original'  prices.  Thousands of yards Ribbons ..  About half price  Roller Towelling, per yard 10c, 15c and 20c  Check Glass Towelling, per yard    15c and 20c  Grey Shirting Flannel, Reg. SOc, for, per yard  30c  36-in. wide Striped Flannelettes, 50c yard for 35c  Curtains and Curtain Materials further reduced.  Cretonnes, Tapestries and Floral Sateens at clean-up prices.  Kayser and Niagara Maid Silk Gloves; reg. $1.35 at pair.. 90c  "Gossard" Corsets, reg. $3.00 and $4.00, clearing, pair . .$2-25  |*4 to Pq^ pyer}# tfc w Hp wry flarf aw*  400 pair Womeji's Fine Cashroerette Stockings, worth  45c pair, clearing at*3'p������������������Mrs for .-? ; ���������������������������. .$l.QQ  200 pairs Winte'tisIe^oV, reg. 50c, also at 3 pairs for $(.0Q  Poys'  awl ;Giris^rsrrbp|^Fine-Ri^e(I   "HarcJ-to-Aeaf  Stockings���������������������������AJJ sizes, 7% up to$QV2; reg. 50c, 3 prs . .$f.Qt)  Boys' Alack Aspect Stockings, reg. 55c pair, 3 pairs for $\M  Infants' ajnd' Children's Socks ancl Stockings���������������������������Cotton,   f-  Eis|e ancl Wool���������������������������a hig ockl Jot' at, per pair '. \i)c  Girls' White Fine-RippetJ Hose, aJ! sizes, reg. 50c, 3 pars $J.QQ  Children's Colored Topped Socks, reg. 45c, clearing'at^.  per pair r. ;   25c  Press Makers Notice!  CO^OAEPFINE-SATEEN-WNINeSHOc-valuercIearingr  COEOREP   SIEK   TAFFETINE    EININGS,   SOc  v^Juc,  clearing, per yard ^... 35c  COEOAEP PERCAJ4NE and  SILESIA LININGS, per  yarcl   ; , ,    15c  COEORED FANCY EININGS, values to 55c yard, all al. .20c  THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF L#CES    .Half Price, and Some Jpess  THOUSANDS OF YARDS"* EMBROIDERIES     Half Price, and Some Less  FANCY DRESS TRIMMINGS���������������������������Braids and fringes  ....   Half Price, and Some Less  COATES' SPOOL THREAD, black and while, 200-yards  spool,  each       5c  SEWING SILKS, all colors, large size 10c each, 4 for1 25c  HOOKS AND EYES, Dress Fasteners, Safely Pins, etc  All regular 5c-lincs, 3 for 10c  All lOc-lines, 4 for      25c  25c  Tfcfyw af * Wfclime tQ Save Mwey  m flppri awf Sjw*  ^mRntfiW "SeNATQJT WmQlS AAE- VIC?  WD AUOTS���������������������������Excellent wearing ancl very easyto tbe  feet; regular $A).Q0, sa|e ..;... -._.....? $5.90  HUNDAPPS OF FAIAS S^ATEA'S |NV|CTUS AOOTS*.  valnes to ^4;00 pair, going at .....:.._..  $7.90  4FN'S STRONG WOA^ AOOTS ma^e from Califonian  oil-tanned leatkers; value $9.00 pair, going at $5.75  ROYS' STAONG CHAOW WA AOOTS, double-sojcs, all  sizes 1 up to 5V2; values $500 up, all at, pair $3.75  WOMMlS_EINE^GAADE=AOOTS,JlCIassic!Land=Slater!s,  Terms; Spot Cash; No Exchange; No Approbations Jl  IN THE  W- R- Megaw, Ltd.  Building  VERNON, B.C.  SALECONDUCTORS  H.H. HOLL1ER THOS. HARGREAVES  Invictus" brands.   Priced to clear quickly, per pair   $4.00, $5.00, $6.00  WHITE CANVAS PUMPS, OXFOAPS and HIGH-CUT  AOOTS, hundreds of pairs grouped for snappy selling -  at, per pair t $1.00, $1.50 and $2.50  WOMEN'S and GIALS' KOSY-COANEA FEET SLIPPERS, all ccjors, rcg. $2.25, going at, per pair $1.10  WOMEN'S   FINE   SATIN,; EVENING   SHOES���������������������������White,  pink, sky, etc., value $5.00; all at, pair $195  RUBBERS! RUBBERS! Now's the time to buy your Rubbers:  Men's, per pair    90c  Women's,  per pair       70c  Children's per pair    SOc  MEN'S  OVERSHOES���������������������������Scores  of  pairs  going around;  ���������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a**       ^.(.cr&L      X^ iILv  ODD LOTS OF BOOTS and SHOES  thrown inlo  big  baskets lo clean up quickly, per pair..$2.00, $3.50, $4.90  Worth double  Sewing Machines at Sacrifice  Four only high-grade "White" Rotary Sewing Machines  that the late proprietors have sold over 100 of at $75.00  each in the last 4 years.   These high-grade machines arc  offered for a few days only, at, each $50.00  Three Pianos For Sale (Used)  A fine-tone Piano by Cromer of London, Eng $125.00  A magnificent Gerard Hcintzman Piano, worth $700.00,  for ,    $350.00  A fine Mission-oak Mason & Risch Piano, with separate  Piano Player and Stool complete, $950.00, for ... .$600.00  THESE PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY  B'sS  _inm__T_vmA������������������m  - *- -%tj_  <"*      r 1    ,  - 'itu ���������������������������.        -"     L  Is ���������������������������'" /   **-$*V ������������������ ^" |  r*1       **���������������������������    i ""     "Sl^rCl  i  ,\? a.^-a*.  ^5 ���������������������������i^M^cM?>^&ii61NER  arinpeiS  &jt^&}0&^m0&^Zmi0*0m0mjmrm0m^0m**^m*  SiAw^***1^*^***^^  In wfcich ia aer*������������������idThe Eaderbr P*������������������M4������������������4 Walk**'* Weekly.  VaatUBfaed evur ThurwUr ������������������t Enderby. BiCU.JbJr Th������������������ .'������������������rmlkcr Tre������������������B.}.*tJ  .'}',        .ii>Betbbt: 11.00six months.  ^fl  mMAMmMI0AMiwmw  was also Wc^ssaS'"IposSiK  intofnijpd Bf|possfbTf buys.   It wa$;.*herefore de  jofdehngue^f tax lists compulsor^. also tliat th|  |e^Qons rregarding   the   publ^tion 6f legal  riofices lindef the Comptani^^AWan^^imilal  Agsf/Wlugh now require pUblicatiohUn'i^ B. G|  Gazette tiiily, should be ohanged'back to(tH<| regu|;  iStftS^ ^f f |^rmer: ^years,  when these^cjts  ref  Ci Quired jjie publication' &^/siicli legal notices i|  !������������������������������������&& newj^aper publishedc^thecp^munit^inte^  fs well as in the %i C. Q|j(zette7]|it\wa  reo&t that not one pei;soniiSn a thousjam  ^yerrreadjs the B.������������������. Gazette/thei^fore the^jca^  iW-wiW- what special privileges are being giveri  by legislation to private companies over the c������������������ni|  ^m������������������ rightsNofvthe people.   It-was considered to be  J^thjldwt^of .the press to demand publicity in sucfi  matters through the only medium in close touclj  ^1Ui\(he; community life���������������������������the local paper. , Thils;  ^vas^argucd, less of thc public domain woHild bq  aBfeWwted frbm the people, and rights.over-riding  tlfosc   of   communities   could   not be legislated  away to private corporations without the people's  &tf>a&ledgc. '" * V. ��������������������������� {  *       *���������������������������1 '-7  ^'Mi^ White, of the . Dominion Conservation  Board, "appeared before thc convention' and was"  'givcuj.yie opportunity to go into in detail the  w-orkXoft thc Board in connection with coriseiiving  THURSDAY,SEPT^^f^f������������������Hi  ������������������������������������������������������**____*���������������������������__b���������������������������_���������������������������___b���������������������������________j���������������������������______C?pZ*^ aft-^-Sf-fL. i^njj-tj^yjj^*^  .���������������������������ti3**+*^B**0m0m0i*iJi2m*������������������0������������������0i  :C->  -to-Weap Creations  A SFEGIAJL INVITATION  "is expended to alldur outside customers to visit the Store during our exposition of fall novelties  and new creations for the season 1919 - 20.  Ali selections made by our buyers on ibei'r^JEasterji travels .and. to hand will  be  shown.    The very smartest in goodB mentioned  below will be on display.  Ladies' Suits, dresses aud coats .  Novelty Skirts, Beautiful Millinery, ..  Underwear and a big showing of Misses' and;  Children's wear. * ,  A),  :Newelegant silks and  satins for day and  bvohing wear.  All wool fabrics, suitings aud skirtings.  See the new colors. --���������������������������- -...mux :  Men's,   also boys', suits;  hats/  hoser; and-vv  underwear. -  ���������������������������   ���������������������������      _       ��������������������������� ... ./--  Fancy novelty goods in ribbons, laces, gloves.  ���������������������������'���������������������������--%  New OHina  and full  range of househould  supplies.  Six Days Special Shotting of the very best Merchandise  NEWSPAPERMEN IN CONVENTION  Newspapermen do not moke good fishermen.;  Why, we do not know, nor havc wc ever seen ex  Tilained. Perhaps because- the "sucker is -at-" tht?  ^v-rong end of tiie rod; perhaps because, after^see-  ;ng so much of the fishy side of human life, their  :ailh is somewhat weaker than water, and, thcy  .annot now carry anything stronger on the hip  to offset the weakness. Wc do not know. But  .ve do know lhcy can't catch fish. Thcy lack thc  patience to persevere with so much wet about  Ihem and nothing to drink.  "Come wilh me," said One long ago, "and I  will make you fishers of men." and from that day  :o  this  thc  world has  had   newspapermen���������������������������as  ^very "moulder of public opinion" will admit.     ;  Some successful and others hot so much so.- '  When the newspapermen of B.C. gathered at  vaiifiloops last Friday morning. Mayor Miller appeared before the brainy bunch and handed over  ihefceys of the city���������������������������including the jail���������������������������but not  he cellars���������������������������and then said good-bye.    Officers of  .he-Chamber of Commerce loaded tbe tables "af  he con ven tion room with choicest fruits, and  "Pad" Simpson, the "Old Man",of weekly ne^vsr,  jinperdom in B.C., puljccj the woofies out. of wis-  \am and set the convention agog by proposing a  'ishing trip to  the Knights of the Shears and  ^astepot.     Liberal-hearted   owners   of   money-  uirning buggies scut ihem around and gathered  he tired   quill-pushers in-    They  were wjiiskcd  .way to the lake, where boats, tackle nnd prohibition  bail were  provided   to  calch  fish,    llie  ishcrmen paired off: there was a Burd and a Rail  .1 one boat, a Jewel and a Savage in another;  'ales and Ellis, Moore and Duncan, Cumniings  ���������������������������nd   Simpson.     What   thcy   didn't  know   about  "jshing  wasn't  a   comparison   lo   what   Ihey  did  '.now.    fn Ihis fishing game, one of the pair docs  hc rowing while the olher handles lhe reel ancl  con^c^v'mg  tlxq.Jfoipcsts of Canada. Mr. White has given many  years to thc study of Canadian forests ancftlic  Dominion's resources in general. - Hc surprised  the convention when in his earnest appeal,,for  "^jEcfenojfiiy.and conservation and at the same time  'sn^jjjjaiercase in production, hc remarked that if hc  w<������������������rc a^ked to give his candid opinion as to- the  natural resources of Canada is a few;words,'after  his ycars of investigation, he- would 'be forced to  say, "greatly overestimated." " "  Often, hc said1, wc hear Canadians say' that  when Hhc United States cut off the limited forests 'there thcy ^yilI tiir'n to the unlimited forests  oLXanada.   "Dp yon know, gentlemen," said"bcS1 reduce this Torhi 5f devastation"that':the Cbnscr- higher.    At-this price ilie fariner'sj;oftghf :to--be  ..IA i ���������������������������   . y    --r.. . - !>���������������������������      ." ^ -     . ,: ?' *^< *^������������������v. - "' *. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  THE HUDSON S BAY COMPANY  VERNON, B .C.      BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  :   Canadian^ Food Control license No. 8-2101& ^^,r..;5.,:j  u.the_saw timber resources qL the United States  are four times greater than  those ..of Canada^"  va tion Board is now working.  , ,Mrt'White gave ioTthe convention much infor-  manner.    Hc" was -heartily thanked by President  Simpson on behalf of the. newspapermen hear  Canada's jwlp wood supply is;.much< grcateif ^nation Vnul ;ih a most conctvh; and inlciWsting  facty*80 per cent of thc wood pulp of Canada" goes  to the. United States now:.   Thc demand, for this  pulp will continue to increase steadily, be said,Ji��������������������������������������������� njm foivrcturning from Vancouver to attend  and will soon exhaust the Dominioiifs supply of 'thc convention  BalsTmr spruce, hemlock and cotton wood/ the fhe following oificcrs were elected for tlie eri^  pulp-making timber. For this reason there musl^uing terln: president,. F. J. Burd, Vancouver  be pcrmanant efforts in the ^lirectipii^of re^%jprovincc; lst.?.Vicc-Prcsidcnt, L: J. Ball, Verjibn  ;stry. Practically nothing ha������������������;been^l0nc/^n |h������������������-^cws;; 2hdWicc-Prcsidcnt, J. Tait,,��������������������������� Vaiicou\:6r  .direction, in Canada, except by the Conservation Sun; Secretary-Treasurer, Hugh SavageipC&w?  Board in providing seedliiigs for planting in sirt-ic|tan Leader; executive,iE. S. Duncan, KainiooV^  When it is .understood fehat it.^ill  >;to, 70 years for trees "to'grow to a  able localities  requirafrpm 35;to,.70 years for trees t,g'gi'  merchantable si^c, depending oh variety, it will  readily^bc seen that thc thing of real importance  ju������������������f now is to.devise some system that will enable  Usf folconserve that which wejurve, and at j|lie  same time jjkmtjfor tbe future. Tlie'devastation  of tbe standing forests hy ppsfs audrScUc^i ci,K  matic conditions, Mr. White said, is far more serious than is ordinarily supposed. pcstructipn-fOfj  trees from this source is greater than tliat by forest lire and all other sources combined-   It is-to  come millionaires, it may be said], ' But thcy arc  not. ������������������" Thcy are> not for thc reason that othcr  things, which thc farmer has to buy, havc gone  up ih price in thc same measure .thajtt the price of  wheat has gone up. Wheat, sets Jhe.,,price on H  everything "the world has to buy. The price of  wheat regulates tlie pricetof other,commodities;  when the price of wheat is high, the price on  other,things goes up correspondingly. Wages  go. up to meet the increased cost*'of living.- IE very-  body, ha ndles.-nipre money, but nobody, becomes  *4iiy:-liettcii;-offr fevcrybodyvbecoinesr^jiftrofitecr,  but nobody gets the increased-profit.. 'We are,  Telegram, J-^A: Bates, Mission City Rccord;iJaucr after all, just where'-we .smarted.froin  WVilprdan, Bevelstbke Herald. "    ' :f J Vcoritinue to be-^vhile tlie Days bf;Grab continue-  Victoria was chosen as5 the place? for the.next:   "   ' '-���������������������������'-''"' "-'"-���������������������������   convention. ,,  'AA'i  TMV Mvs Qf QfiAn  Some years agp. .whep Nvheat; >yas selljug for  sixty cents a hushej, the farmer; yearned for4he  price.pf'-9% & ,hushe|. vpiis, it was c������������������������������������imecj, would  give him from 35c to 40c a hus|ie| clear,J>fof}b  Today wheat is seiliug at $2.15 a huslicj and  TT  If you have anything for sale  ��������������������������� - Itgmrymfr mmMtoti  ���������������������������   f j;-A^vertisP faff,  ��������������������������� v������������������  h, - _ _ - IL >k i^:Li^:k^:Lii ^\ I- k  prepares   to  hem.  veigh  !he pair  has anylhing  uj  pull in Uie fish and lo count and  Tl usually proves that only one of  clo. II was so in this  'nslance. Edilor Moore of the Salmon Arm Oh-  ���������������������������erver landed onc fish. But a.s il was only for lhc  ���������������������������xercise of rowing Hie boa I lhat all wen I fishing  A leasl hall" of Hie hunch were fully convinced of  lie success of lhc experiment. They were then  .vhi.sked back to [he Leland Icr supper, whisked  o lhe movies to see Mary Pickford and whisked  'o bed. Thai is the way ihe word is spelled Ihesc  irohihilion days, and lhcy went lo bed very sober  :' nol very sorry.  Saturday    morning    lhc    convention   resumed  ..usiness early and lhc closing dny's session was  xeepliona'.ly 'enjoyable i\\",o\  profitable.    Matter?  f particular interest to liie craft were dealt with;'  J was the seijse",af. the gathering that, with  llie  ig increase in the cost of everything in eonnec-  _'"on with the I'unning of a newspaper, there must  'omc a corresponding increase in the price of the  ��������������������������� ���������������������������'.cwspaper and wirat the newspaper has for sale  ���������������������������ils advertising space-   Wilh lhc "anticipated rise  i������������������ V-i? wage scale demanded by printers and press  F  F  \- k ik liiillUUlkU LkU k  -^i ^i ^'  ,^r.^i ^i^^i  ��������������������������� mx v  CITY QF ENPERBY  Sale of Ir&iiA for T9.xes  w  NOTICE is hereby given lhat on Tuesday, the 30th day-of September, 19f9, at. the hour of 10 o'clock iu the forenoon,  al the City Hall, Enderby, pursuant to the j'ccmircuicnts of the "Municipal Act"  and  amendments  thereof,   the  under-  ���������������������������-mcntic'ned^ahds^wiil-bc^soIdH^  costs as herein set forth, unless lhc delinquent portion of lhe said taxes, .with interest and costs, shall have been sooner;  .paid. i 77  If any person being a soldier or soldier's dependent, as defined by the "War Relief Act," is interested as owner of  any of Die said lands, or of any legal interest therein, it is hereby requested lhal particulars of such interest be filed with  lhc undersigned before dale of said sale:  Xitjne  oi'  Person   Assessed  Description  of Property  Lol  Block  Registered  JMnp  Delinquent  Taxes  (to Dec. 31.  1017.)  Subsequent  Taxes  in Arrear  Current  Taxes  j Interest  llo Sept. 30  I        I������������������)19   *  Costs  Total  ���������������������������-������������������erators; with newsprint  going  up m priCC-, and  villi every other item of expense increased, the  ���������������������������rublishcr would have to inaugurate a correspond-  Jng increase cr go under.  U was brought to the attention of the cohven-  ion that  in   the  case   of   delinquent   taxes,   the  ���������������������������Hies lhat had insisted-upon publishing a tax side  "1st of properties delinquent, had found lhis thc  nost  effective   measure   for   gelling  in   lhe   tax  iiiinton.   \V.   li   Crime.  .1.   li   Crane.   J.   P.   Crane. -.1.   K :   Crane.  .1.   \i   Crane.  .1.   K   Crane., ".I.   IV -���������������������������������������������������������������������������������..  Crane.  .1.  E   Greyell,  II. J.   Grevell,  11. .1 ���������������������������   GreyeJI. H;- J.  .. ........  Greyell', H. J.-      Grevell, II. J.-.-. .'.   Grevell, H. J.   .... .........  Grevell,  !!.  J.   . . ��������������������������� ;......  Greyell,  I-l. J. ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������  C.rcvcll, l-I. J.  ���������������������������.'. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� . ���������������������������  LaRoy, -h.   ... ;���������������������������. ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Moffet,-M. Mrs. & Moffet. KV  Moffet, M. Mrs. & MolVet. I'.V.  Moffet, M.-'Mrs..& Moffet. KV.  Moffet, M. Mrs. & Mollet. t.V.  Poison,   S-"-.uV    ���������������������������   Poison,   Snrr.ire!       Poison.   Siivnuel   Poison,   Samuel      Poison.   Samuel    . . .-.. ........ i .  Poison, Vvm.  S ���������������������������  Poison,   \V:*n.  S   !)2()  211a  lHf>  M-lo  I-115  M-l 5  Ml 5  1445  211b  2tlb  211b  211b  211b  211b  211b  .211b  211b  1������������������5  188  188 S S  188.  188 ���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������  211a  211a  21 la  211a  211a  "1445  1445  9.40  05.D2  9.40  7.05  7.05  7.05  7.05  7.05  31.70  7.30  7.37  7.30  7.25  7.2S  7.21)  7.27  8.78  14.01  24.48  25;08  27.3G  J   4.20  9.12  13.20  13.81  12.96  98.71  11.75  15.55  5.40  53.47  5.40  4.05  4.05  4.05  4.05  4.05  17.55  3.(54  3.05*  3.04  3.(J5,-  3.64:,-  3.(>5V  3.G4'  V 4.05  V 3.38  J27.54  J 23,22;  30.78  4.72  10.20  14.85  .15.53  14.58  108.31  (5.75  8.91  7.13  82.11  7.13  5.35  5.35  5.35  5.35  5.35  24.90  \ 7.13  *������������������ .7.13:  7.13  . .,(5.77  0.76  0.77  -6.76  -.-:. G..77  4.45  36;36^  .37.26  40.04  6.23  19.61  28.52 .  32.08  35.65  144.62  8.90  .11.76  2.01  20.41  2.01  1.51  1.50  1.51  1.50  1.51  0.78  1.59  1.58  1.58  1.55  1.56  1.55  1.55  1.89  4.06  5.08  5.20  ' 5.68  .86  1.89  2.74  2.86  2.68  20.32  2.51  3.32  6.20  17.60  (5.20  5.90  5.90  5.90  5.90  5.90  9.05  5.99  5.99  5.99  5.90  5.96  5.96  5.96  6.07  6.30  9.67t  9.79  10.22  5.80  7.04  7.97  8.21  8.29  23.60  6.50  6.98  30.14  2(59.51  30.14  23.86  23.85  23.86  23.85  23.80  90.04  25.74  25.72  25.73  25.18  25.20  25.19  25.18  27.56  32.20  103.13  105.55  :1:1>4.68  -ai,81  *47.92  . 67.28  72.49  74.16  395.56  36.41  46.52  D���������������������������lcd at lhe Cilv Hall, Enderby, -B. C, this 23rd day of September^019.RQsm^  Collector of Taxes for thc City of Enderby.  money.  \ published list of properties delinquent gg^gi^HByayEES^^KK^SliKHKi  3S3S1  T^fr^'f?^ S^ >  TH|!������������������S9*Y, SEPT; 25;i������������������9J9H ;  *-if-W-^>rWPWSB*  m-tmmmmmmtimgBmteigBfipmrimgmmm^^ f* f* (MyM^^^yjy1*; ������������������ ���������������������������*>^  --N,  omei!?  ?��������������������������� ��������������������������� at  js ���������������������������-'*  >.  < --" ;"is-f -:��������������������������� '-777:4 4V*-      *&^V-VV;.  Last spring we enlarged^ again we are  it., ^fhis ^meweba  ck as^fesH>le;vtbeJi  ! hja]|eextended as. far  tl������������������ioy^;will ;be- a^-  at  back  new store. ' ���������������������������  ^-^j^      . .*_. .>��������������������������� .<.  "���������������������������: We o"^e';our,8ucces8 to^ejpl&ubU?  --'"*  n'o*'as*we'will'-be better-ablest!; Bermyvab*-  again extend to you our welconle.  ". ���������������������������'. 7s"i -- "v* "��������������������������� - '���������������������������' t   '  ..��������������������������� '. v ;\ -.���������������������������������������������.��������������������������� _,, .<���������������������������--.     . *  ���������������������������3*!^Li"''OK V" '    '       ������������������ . ,       ..    ���������������������������' <������������������,  .  Goldsmith  C.J. WHITEN  Vernon, B. C.  SBversklth  ii*.  <MM^WW<m<MWWMMMWWWWwMMI������������������WWMMX>^������������������**W^W^W  -Presentation -t������������������HlfrH3awyer~ 5  rsY ago  i:- $ Eptwyt^ai, or fifte^n-^^ 0.  ijM^S^J* first i^iti&d iiim-j  "sblf" witlB fcth'e Armsti*&ng band.-  I Do You Want Something  0  I  Elsctricdl  and cannot get it in town, write, wire or phone to  TiieOkanagan Electric  I  m"  I  v "ar-  Vernon  1  We pay express to Armstrong ;and Enderby -  Agents  for Northern  Electric  frarm. Lighting Plants.  I*'  >IX  s       '���������������������������-*> ' Ki  ������������������0<  M)<=������������������()  fi  o  hi  !r'     ;r) ment to get ih  touch;  a word or two and the  doubt is removed.  The convenience of it,  ' and the satisfaction in  - v     knowing - that, at. a  sxo-jj n o moment's' call you can -  ,<?t"  *"*, !  >A  , .    -   -  speak to any point in  the Okanagan is worth  many times the cost of  ^ving a ^pjwwew  yo\ir house. , v_  <������������������������������������������������������/���������������������������  0g*M84J| TP^PP  At that tipie he got together &  number ofc-pupils and taught  ^hej}|* unra^finally he assemble^  a city band of no mean ability.',  At great inconvenience to himfe  ^el^iiidAis?|tore business he has'  carried^' alfrng year after year|  alwaj������������������. willing to id������������������ so, but a^  the- sanie^ time, wishing to find;  aho'thJertt) -=lead" and 'carry on^  Each year the demands of his,  growing business havc forced  him to confine his efforts more^  fclosely to'home," arfd a "month or"  two ago lie decided to withdraw  entirely as leader- His doing so;  caused other members to fblloWj  suit, and the band today is quite  disorganized.- .  .  As a small token of appreci-i  a tion for thc services he had per-'  fonjicd thc members gathered  together last week'and presented  'him with a very hand-some  double-barreled shot-gun, wish-?  ing- at the same time that -thej-f  could better have shown .tliciri  appreciation by a much morcJJ  valuable present.^,.  L  Falkland Store Robbed  J-Last Friday' night!, thc general  store:and postoffice fat Falkland  was entered by parties unknown1  and a large amount of clothing  and general merchandise carricd^mation leading to the arrest pf  a>yayj-also a quantity of postage;, the robbers.,    c      '  ������������������^m^m^B^m^m^m^*^^     >^>Mx^>*>^^������������������^^������������������^w������������������<^A^AA������������������0^^0#MM������������������<liiW^lw<MM  *.    1  >')!"'  -v;  'Jrl'Sr'A  m,  ' f 12$���������������������������>&  s:tu-  and  "VVVct  7.-    500 S^mi>llsft6 choose fronuK'  20th Century ^S^mi-Tailored Brands  ' ������������������������������������������������������ l  '^rALbttxr^ ~ x" -,/ V-V77   '-'  hi bill I  from $338$ t^80.00  from $9(po.t> $70.00  SATIFACTRON GUARANTEED.  >������������������������������������������������������������������������ ''������������������������������������������������������. J  Miff,,xx n-)\  ^tfT^ylu!01  Drop in and inspect our New Fall Hatt,  Capt and RuJ^erizfed Tweed  ��������������������������� Rain Coat*.'   ^xr-    ��������������������������� " ', -   ��������������������������� i   .ir> A'-'I 1       |t   t,    V  Ender%;;$uf)j)ttpo.  '���������������������������>"��������������������������� i.-jv  W  -ii-  ^l   _  stam^'s;f;but so far as known no  moiicy was found. The Provincial! police are absolutely in the.  dark ������������������as to where to look for the  culprit or culprits, as no trace  was left behind. A reward of  $100 has been offered .for infor-  r,,->i 'in',   ������������������^> ...  ". b.ri'Alr.ill  A name!that stands for the best in hotel service  A    A-SS^     \  King Ea^M Hotel  h%ifyru*  Enderby  "  l-n'V7)   '11-  f >,     .       X  1 .I  b I:: /' ii S.  ���������������������������  1 C lv  won^erfti? Sw^ion-  u  r  re  flfilffHsxf yaries With tti������������������ speed), fftxa other liho ������������������*4'v4o-  W|(ot���������������������������no discs fo wash, Icneu-Jow supply t������������������nk, hall heari  fpg, etc Over one million users.' Come in an4 see it work.  , jy^TON HAfipwAflP CO.,  Pw^rfry,  M^'s wm,.";    :^mfM[7 '7.' '*������������������*&;% v<  Canada ^qo<| Control \Xwwts No. H7^7Q.  SBrBS^SBKBSBBBaBBIEBBSaasqBBXBBSaSSSeSBBBSSSS  vfr-v briL  J-L.'  " 41' I    ' '  Exhibition  '.    I <  '-rcrQFi'?'  New Westmitister, fi. C  ���������������������������*'        ���������������������������* * s,* r  r.  J.   r-r \   1  h'<-  -Jl j  A*r  "91  i'i'l  S7- .-  *������������������foe p. C. breeders are p^W  Secretary with regardMo weir,  he necessary for htm to &otf<gh$  inci������������������ .     A I    '  ���������������������������'.">��������������������������� ->o oii.-  ���������������������������iHdf -iuo  I  AS"- ',  " J"  i>  j?>-  '���������������������������     ^.   -52  ���������������������������s-  mce.  NQTICJ5       ;  There will he a sale at the JProok  Farm, about the Joth Octoher. A  few choice young jersey cows; will  all freshen in October; a pure-hreel  huIl^and-=-some^other��������������������������� stock.-^=���������������������������All-  farming implements; dairy Tuble'r.  suction-fcect separator No. \, just  as good as new, and. some household stun'. C2t-tf  ������������������.;.>-  :,VV-?(: bc-i.',  %i J^ew Westminster  rs*.~iZ  , Ai T  _**  ATTENTION, LOGGERS  AT |2 O C^OC������������������C  V-v?  i..a  7"   f  _QRgAT, ATTRACTIONS  00.  MflET ME TO-NIGHT AT  LEONARD'S JHWJABP  FAHLOR  Tenders wanted to cul and put  in the Salmc n River Irom a half to  two million feet of saw logs.  For fm 'licr particulars  apply to |  BPAYDEN & JOHNSTON  26-2c Salmon  Arm, 13. C.  SPECIAL'BAT������������������S Oi\ AW< fUfbWAYS  Greatest Display of tlie Agncultuial and  Jfiiye Stock wealth  of tho West ever tissetnbled in British Columbia.  D/E. MACli^NZIj:  Xo\v Westminster, Secretory-Manager.  Cigars, Cigarettes, Etc.  Pipes and Pipe Tobaccocs  T^OR every War Savings Stamp which you can  * purchase today for a fraction over $4.00 the  Dominion of Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00  in X 924. If you cannot make an outlay of $4.00 at  one time, accumulate sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  and exchange them for a $4100 War Savings Stamp.  C Should circumstances compel you to realize on  your investment, your money with accumulated  interest is always available.  XATIOXAZ.   WAR   SAVIXGS   COMMITTEE    )  (British  CoI:iinhia Division)  Vancouver, B. C.  C. F. D. Ucense No. 9-3409  iff, Stamps  Good  Summer  The best copyrights  1  Reprints by the best  authors  75c each,  3 for $2  All the latest magazines  Are you going to do any  Building" or Repairing"  This Season ?  S%  ' J If >ou ha vent tried our hams  and bacon you have nof. tried  the best  GEO. R. SHAtfPE  Wholesale and Retail Butcher  Enderby  A. REAVES  Drugs and Stationery  Subscriptions taken for any  magazine  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  l s.  I t ���������������������������  No. 4 Ceiling, Flooring and Siding. .$20.00 per M  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 $25.00 per 3YI  16-inch Slab Green Wood $2.50 per load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. enderby  Br^mt *  "Want Ads." Bring Results OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, SEPT." 25   1919'  o  TAX SALES  VERrtOrt ^SSESSAErtT DISTRICT  1 HEREBY "GIVE NOTICE that, on thc 9th day of October, 1919, at thc hour of 2 p. m.,  -it thc Court Housc,V crnon, I will sell at public auction the  land on the- list hereinafter set  >ut, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by. said persons  .ii the 31st day of December, 19-18, and for interest, costs and  expenses, including the costs of  .idvertising said sale,"if the total amount due for period ending 31sl December, 1917, is nol  .oonei' paid. 3  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting thc following list  vherc tiie owner is a member of the Allied Forces and entitled  lo lhc benefits of section 29 of  :hc "Taxation Amendment Acl, 1918."  ii  LIST  OF  PROPERTIES  Name of Person Assessed  Arrears of  Costs   &  Short Description  of-Property     all Taxes     Int.    Expenses   o Total  White Valley Creamery Co.  Bessette, Peter, Estate of   .  Pickering,   James  Antwerp ���������������������������'Ranch   .  French   Bros.   . . .  Name   of   Person   Assessed  Short  Description  of Property  Arrears of       : Costs &  all  Taxes     Int.    Expenses      Total  JJIurton,   Henry   J.  illlu,  .Charles   AV..  !!ipley,   J.      " iillcllo,   Dominick  ���������������������������Bennett,   li   '^can,   Fred       Vivies, H.  G   Unknown   Unknown       IcWhirlcr,  A.,  Estate  of  iarden,   Charles     ,  ���������������������������ittle. ���������������������������Chas.   W   - Irundish,  B., Estate   lalhews,   E   ohnson,.   Albert       .'iido, D   'cinhard,  Mrs.  L   ..IcGuire,   Elizabeth       Jurtis,  A.  J.  W.  owell,  Wm.  S,  -ampbell,  S.  A.  "Vulge, I-lcnry D   /ilson, ll.li   avics,  II.  G   Joflet, F. V., Jr. and Miss .Mabel  ackhouse,   Arthur      .'olmie, S. F   "Unvwoodie,   Joseph   . ."   awes, G. I* ������������������.   pear, R. J. & Treherne, II. R.  rie,  Philip ;J   unknown    .'."   Rosoman,   Percy  "leiscr,   Nicholas  TcCulcheon  Bros :   'olson,   Samuel      >mith, John Henrv  . /   ���������������������������bailey. Wm.  B. V.,  Estate of, antj  Oliver  Harvey      Vichards, E. A.  S., .  "batford.'s. A   /ernon Jockey. Club  >hernc,   E.   A   Mitchell, Wr. S   Chapman,  Harry   . . .  McHfuIlen, A. J   Weal,   Samuel   . . . .  Mcggie, George     Scotch   Svndicate   . .  -J'ow, F. G   McLean, Mrs. Eva   .  Curtis,   R   Mickleborough,   George      Jlarkc, J. L   llriflin,  Joseph      Wye, J. ll.     Wade,   V.   C   ven-,  W.  L. & Robinson, F. J'.  >incJaii\   J.   A   ".niilli.  T.   F   Henderson.   G.  A   'Join hard.  G.   V   '���������������������������'reiu-h   Bros ] . . .  .larvey,  James    . . . . .  than non,   W.  J   larri.s, 10. L. it I,   iampbcll,  J.  C \ .  ���������������������������'niton,   Clarence      Jamphcll,  A.   Isabella   . . .  A'ilson, Mrs. JMarv     Jampbeil,   13.   P,S   ���������������������������Vrigley.   W.   W   TNeil,   Frank   Vnderson, Mrs.  C   V. R.  ilillier, S. G.  ... .   Vampbell, B.*R    Maklane, Mrs.   .   vrench oBros.   ..........  "uilhcrland, J.  G   Allison, Price, Estate or .  Walts,  A.  E.   'Byers,   Edward       I.aing, Thos. E   Johnson.  C. E. Wynn   . . .  Moore,   II.   I)   Jakeman,   Arthur   V   Harrington,  Mrs.  Rose  "^liinley,  Thomas      niuncss,  John    ,  iackson,  Walter      GilJians,   J   Township 20, Range 8  Fr NVG of NW V,  & Ny. ofNE'/i,"'  Sec ���������������������������!      Fr NWy,, Sec 4      Fr SE V\   Sec 0 & Fr NE '/  Sec 31,  Tp 19, R 8   Vr Sec  8,  Map  B540      W'/fc   of  NW'/,,   Sec   10   &   SV&   of  SWV,   Sec 15     Fr SWi/L Sec 15   Lot 1, Sub Sec 22, Map 1471 ......  Township 19, Range 9  Lot 19, Map 593    *.. ;   Lot 49," Map  1010      Fr E%.  Sec  2      NE'/i    Sec   3       Fr SF1/., Sec 13      SEV,   Sec 15   NE'/,.  Sec   29      N% of SEy,, Sec 29   ?   \\\<i of SE'/, & EV> of SW%, Sec 32  NEy,   of NWM. Sec 32    :.:. ���������������������������  S1/..  of NEi/t, Sec 32   Township 18, tfange 10  Wy. of SEVl, Sec 19   Fr NWy,, Sec 19   Sy.  of E&  SEVi, Sec 31 & S%  of  AVy. of SWVi, Sec 32   Township IS, Range 9  Fr SE1-4 Sec 21,-Map 1293   Lot 2, Sub Lot 159   Lot 7 & Fr Lot 8, Sub Lot 159   Fr Lot 4. Sub Lot 226, Map 1094 . .  Lot 4, Sub 220 G. 1, Map 1293   Lol  2,  Map   1179    ���������������������������   Lot 3, Map 1179     Fr S 1-2 Sec 35 & Fr N 1-2 Sec 35 .  SW 1-4, Sec .21., ....:..  Fr SE 1-4, Sec" 27  .. . :���������������������������. : .".:   Fr S 1-2  Sec 27    , .-.  W 1-2 of SW 1-4, Sec 27 .   Fr N 1-2, Sec 34   - Township,. 18, Range 8  jFr NE  1-4,  Sec  30   .-. 7. r  r . Township 5     .'.  S 1-2. of N 1-2 of SW 1-4 of NE 1-4,  NW 1-4 of SE 1-4, Sec 20   NE 1-4 of SW 1-4, Sec 21     Fr Lot 98, Map 352      Lots 109, 110,. Map 352   Township 8  Lot 27 & S 70 ac of J.ot 81, Map 35},  *Jb     j\.r    '���������������������������     >������������������������������������������������������*     ���������������������������    ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,���������������������������!���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Lot  40,  Map  351      Lot 2,  Map  9   ..:   Fr Lots 25, 28, Sub E 1-2, Sec 2  Fr. Lot 28, Sub E 1-2, Sec 2   Vr Lot 42, Map 474     Fr NE 1-4, Sec 3      Lots  11. 12, Map 939-   Lot 49, Sub Sec 12, Map 780   Lot 4, Blk 5, Map 749    Lots 36, 37,- Sub Sec 22, Map 33G ...  Township 9  Frs  Sees   19,  30      Vv NW 1-4. Sec 19 & Fr Lot 02, G.'l  1,   Map   135(31;   Lots.l,   2,  3,   Sub  =-W^l^T^See^19 r=I=ot=-4=&���������������������������fiake  Fronlage, Sub L, 02 G.l. Map 1103  and  E 1-2 SW 1-1, Sec 19     Lots G, 7, Sub Sec 20, Map 192  ...  Lol  20, Blk li it Lot 1,  Blk F, Map  21(1      Im- Lots 1, 3. 5. Blk J), Sub NE 1-4,  Sec 28, .Map'199   Fr  Lot 3,   Blk   I), Sub Sec 28, Map  199       Lol 4. Blk  1), Sub Sec 28, Map  199  Lois  1,   10.  (51k  E, Sub Sec 28     LmIs ���������������������������!, 5, Blk l\ it Lol  I, Blk '/., Map  21(1       Lot  3.  Sub  Sec  28      Lois  11   In  13, it X  i-2 Sub Sec 22.  Mai) 522  .'  Lol 1. Sub Lol 20, Sec 22. Map 410  l-'r N J-2, Sec 25    Vr  SW   I-l.   Sec   27,   Lois   12   lo   19,  Map  455      Fr  Lot   02  G.   1   Im-   Lol   05  G.   1   Lol   10.  Sub   Lol   00,  G.   1,  Map  50f  Lois I, 2, Sub IC 1-2 Sec 35, Map 291  V.  \-2 Lol 0.  Blk  I,  Map 1294      W 1-2, Lol 11,  Blk 1, Map 1291   . .'  Lol 25, Blk J, Map 1294   ...J  Lois 7, S, Blk 2, Map 1294     Lots 9, 10. Blk 2. Map 1294    '  Lot 12, Sub El 2, Sec 35. Map 291 '  Lot 10, Sub E 1-2, Sec 35, Map 291  and E 1-2 Lot 17  . .   W 1-2   Lot  17,  Sub E, 1-2  Sec 35,  Map 291  . .... ...  Lot 1, Sub S 1-2, Sec 30, Map 411  Lots  0.   11, c10, Sub  S  1-2,  Sec  30,  Map "41.1   . . ....   Lot 18, Sub S 1-2, Sec. 36, Map 411  Brickyard and Lot 10a, Map 550  . .  Lot 4, Sub .Sees 27, 35, Map 550  .*.  Lot 3, Map  1131      I  Township 13  SE 1-4, Fr SW 1-4 of NE 1-4, Fr S  1-2. or SW  1-4, Sec 4      Fr E 1-2, Sec 14      Lots  1.  4,  Blk  2,  Sub  Lot  0  G.  1,  S 1-2 Lots 4, 5, Blk 2, Sub Lot 0 G.l,  Map 209   Lots 81, 82., Map 197      Im- Lot 0 G. 1      Fr Lot 0 G. 1      Lol   1,  Blk   I,   Map  0      Lol 5, Blk 0, Map 730      ?    07.00  90.40  01.00  4.50  80.20  10.05  12.05  31.22 |  35.12  .39.50.  48.00  80.08  34.60  32.00  19.20  32.00  40.00  53.00  27.50  3.00  28.75 |  4.85  14.00  10.60  58.77  19.70  407.00.  39.60  13.34  27.85  83.41  146.50  15.00  25.85  27.90  25.00  22.32  47.20  75.00  54.00  20.00  2G1&5*  369.00  46.65  6.00  82.30  184.95  510.00  82.50  ������������������ 4.93  $ 3.75  .7.22  3.75  5.25  3.75  .25  2.75  6.91  3.75  ;72  3.75  .1.03  3.75  3.75 T  3.75  |  4.'.)2  |     3.75  2.37  3.75  3.99  3.75  7.97 ���������������������������  3.75  3.13  3.75  2.40  3.75  1.34  3.75  2.40  3.75  G.58  3.75  6.03  ;  3.75  2.55  .19  2.79  3.75  3.75  3.75  ���������������������������72c  3.75  1.95  3.75  1.25  3.75  5.30  3.75  1.64  3.75  44.04  _ 3.75  5.40  \3.75  1.80  3.75  3.97  .3.75  11.61  3.75 "  21.74  3.75  .94  I    3.75  2.05  . 3.75  2.56  2.32  '   2.05  3.75  3.75  3.75  847  3.75  j "' *  547  1 3.75  5.22  3.75  ,   t.50  3.75  18.35  3.75  65.90  3.75  6.50  3.75  1.00  2.75  1149  3.75  13.40  3.75  32.10  3.75  7.30  3.75  16.20  |    1.27 |    2.75  552.69  100.00  87.60  238.22  3 LOO  01.09  83.60  83.1)9  43.00  21.30  27.60  785.20  339.20  360.50  ���������������������������18.00  40.20  312.80  4.30  1.35  4.00  14.84  6.00  18.00  100.00  30.00  27.28  122.50  26.40  24.50  20.20  6.00  100.00  289.00  8.52  18.70  11.10  43.50  28.40  250.00  30.10  68.77  9.30  9.45  22.10  2.32  r>!ho  8.25  8.25  10.15  1.00  3.54  88.01)  33.3(5  35.03-  3.00  3.16  31.38  .59  14  .30  1.54  .39  1.34  9.30  2.24  4.47  11.31  3.71  4.74  3.15  .44  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  r.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  2.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  8.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  2.75  7.50  3.75  26.14  3.75  .64  2.75  1.82  2.75  .68  2.75  3.91  3.75  2.14  2.75  22.05  2.75  2.84  2.75  75.68  101.37  70.00  7.50  90.92  14.52  16.83  38.-72  43.09  JT5.62  55.74  97.80  41.48  38.15  24.29  38.15  50.33  62.78  33.80  6.94  35.29  9.32  19.70  15.60  67.82  25.09  514.79  48.75  18.89  35.57  98.77  171.99  Derby, J. H   Carlwright, Jos., Estate of  Bammcll, Rev. W. II   Denison, Norman  Lippincolt  I lay wood it Clark     Township 3  Lot   and   JI3uiIdi:ngs      Fr Lot 18, Fr Lot 164 G.l     Lot 409, G.  1.   ... V.  ^ 1-2 of SW 1-4, Sec 6, Tp 40 . . ..  NW 1-4 & N 1-2 SW -14, Sec 31, Tp  41    ...  NW 1-4 Sec 7   To.wnship 6  NE 1-4 Sec 10 & NW7 1-4 Sec 11  ..  NW7 1-4, & N  1,2  SW 1-4,  Sec 31,  Tp  41    ���������������������������:...- ;  Township 40 '  Fr SW 1-4 Sec 7, Fr SW7 1-4 Sec 17  - it Lot 1373, G. 1      Fr SE 1-4 Sec 25 it SW 1-4 Sec 30,  Tp  44      Township -$1     "   '  NE 1-4 Sec 14     SE  1-4 Sec 14      S 1-2 SE 1-4 Sec 28   Township 43  Sigalel, A.  A.  |W 1-2 Sec 17, E 1-2 Sec 18, SE 1-4 1  I     Sec 19 it S.W 1-4 Sec 20 I  Abbott &  Smilhcn  'Township' 57  SW 1-4 Sec 25   -..  Township" 45  Hanson,  C.  L   Wernicka,   Fred    ..'...'   Hammond,   Fred      Camagna,   Edward-     Thompson, W. S., & Fletcher, II.  Hanson, C. L *   Coalcs, Horace Weldon      Smilh, A. E   Doherty,  E.  E.   .������������������   Britten, J. N   Puckett, S. S   Plank, A. F   Esperson,  C.  C   Bogardus, A. P   HinchcliU'c, II : ,  Rear,  James      Hallows, J. W -   Steele, J. C   Sprague, E. F   Loveday, F. E.  :   Henderson Investment Co. Ltd.  McCrary Wesley, Estate of  Murray,  W.      Kilpatrick,  Thos  19.69  31.65  34.21  31.07  2842  5942  83.92  G2.97  25.25  283.95  438.56  56.90  9.75  97.24  202.J0  545.85  93.55  20.22  --Oi  Unknown  Fleming,   Thos.  Jelferson  625.21  113.05  100.80  204.13  37.07  70.25  95.60  95.60  56.90  26.65  33.89  877.04  376.31  405 28  55.35  53.11  34 7.88  7.01  4.24  7.05  19.13  9.14  23.09  113,05  35.99  35.50  137.56  33.86  32.72  33.10  9.19  111.25  318.99  11.91  23.27  14.83  51.16  33.29  275.40  35.69  Unknown    ..................  Smith,   Harry   . . .���������������������������   Olness, Mclvin      Morrow,   John   ./...;   Johnson, Mrs. EV   Unknown      Unknown  .  Unknown      Foster, IL P.l.   Holmes, G. II   Topham,  Mrs. Agnes      firyant, Fred    Robertson, J, F. & CantwelJ, p.  jiobinson, Geo   Jarvis, W. ffy .. r   Reeston,  Alfred   pblger, Pr. James    Rowsher, F.  W  '���������������������������   Swinburne, Francis JL,ouisa  . -.  Bailey. J.  A.   ........  Loveday, F- fi. &  Robinson,  Norman  Megaw, W. f\  . .  A.  t   ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������  Wood, E. A ._....  Monsees, E. T ."*.. ~.  Monsees, A. D   Harvey, James   Warner, J. N   Costerton, C. F   (Ji I-O VeS,^F.-^W.=^.^.-.-T^-T=?=;-:^.=.--.^r-7==  Harvey, Mrs. J   '{beam,   Mrs.   A   Harvey, James      Baker,  Albert  E   Unknown       Dickey, If. M   Unknown       unknown       Boellger.   Mrs.   Kate   B   Boss. A.  G   Wilkic, Victoria Elizabeth  nucleoli, A. J.. Estate of . .  Harvey, James      Harvey,  James      Harvey, .lames      Reiner,   Franz      McClure, John  Julius  Jenkins, Maxwell it Co., Lid  Buck,   C.   G   Robertson, Ronald II   McKinley, Ernest  .   Lang, Mrs. C. E.   ...........  Glower,   Amos   . . . .   Tcathcr, Ernest Alvey .......  -; i -f ! ���������������������������  ! I :������������������������������������������������������ i  Township 14  SW 1-4 Sec 4 & NW7 1-4 Sec 33 . .. .  W 1-2 of SE 1-4 & W 1-2 Sec 26 &  W 1-2 Sec 35      SW 1-4 Sec 27          North 80 ac of Fr W 1-2 of AV 1-2  of NE 1-4 it NW7 1-4 Sec 2S, & Fr  NE 1-4 & SE 1-4 Sec 29   Lots 1, 2, 3, 5 to 25, Fr 29; Lots 30,  40; Lots 1  to 6, 13ik 31      Lots 1 to 5.. Blk 32   Lois 1, 2, Blk 33   Lois 1 lo 10. Blk 34   Lots 1, 2, Rlk 35     Lots 1, 2,  Blk- 36   Lots 1,J2, 3, Blk 37      Lots 1, 2, Blk 38...;   Fr Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 39, Subd Sec 8  & 17, Map 712  .:   Lot 9, Rlk 1, Map '1066     Lot  12,  Blk  1, Lots 13,  16,  Blk 2,  .  . Map   1066....-  . ..,   Lot 23. Blk 1," Map 1066   Lots 2, 12, Rlk 2, Map 10G6   Lot 4, Rlk 2, Map 1066   .v.: .'...  Lot 17, Rlk 2, Map 1066   Lot 18, Rlk 2, Map 1060 ,  Lot 25, Rlk 2, Map 1066   Lot 26, Plk 2, Map 1066    ...  Lot 27, Plk 2, Map 1066   Lots 7-23, Plk 3, Map 1066   t^ots 12, 16, pjk 3, Map 106G  ....  i:ot 15, Plk 3. Map 1006   Lot, 27, Plk 3, Map 1066.     Lot 12, Map- 808      Lot 13, Map 808   Lot 19, Map 808   W 1-2 {.ot  Jt, Map 808   Fr Lot 44, Map 808       Vv M 41, Map 808  ..:   S 1-2 Sub O, J.ot 68, Map 975   Township 20  Fr NF'1-4 Sec 1   S 1-2 of SE 1-4 Sec 33   Lot 2, Plk 8, Sub Lots I, 2, 27-444,  Map   540   E 1-2 Lot 16, Map 444   ;...  Fr Lot 24, Map 444   Lot 30, Map 444     Lot 51, Map 444      Lot 65, Map 444      Lot 102, Map 444     Lots=408-to-112,-Map=444-.^=.-.^.-.-.^  Lots 113 to 117, Map 454      Lots 150 lo 156. Map 454      Lot 3, Blk V. Map 454    .  Lois 6. 7, Blk F. Map 454      Lots 19. 20, 21, Blk F, Lots 7, 8, 15,  16., Blk G. Map 454      Lots 9, 10, Blk H, Map 454      Lots 11  to 14, Blk  K, Map 454     Lois 5, 6, Blk L, Map; 454      Lots 9. 10, 11, 12. Blk L. Map 454 . .  Lots  164,   105, Map 454      Lots 169J 170, 171, Map 454   Lot 23, Blk  I), Map 521      Lot 29, Blk I). Map 521   Lol 59a, Map 521    ���������������������������.   Lot  60,  Map 521    :   Lol  08, Map  521    ,   Lot 2. Map 500   V       Lol 35 it N 1-2 Lol 36, Map 457  . . .  Fr -Lol 51, Map 457      Township 23  SE 1-4 Sec 6     SE 1-4, Sec 8, it NE 1-4 Sec 8   Fr NE 1-4 Sec 20., Map B593   SW 1-4 Sec 28 & Fr NW 1-4, Sec 21  Lol 5, Map 475 .*.  Fr Lot 25. Map 475   Lot<v65 & N 1-2 66, Map 475  . .....  Township 26  Thos.  C. . .  C.   ..  w.  Maxwell,   Mrs.  Krukerhers, F,  Shuckburg, W,  Uyamaka,   Y.    .  Brown,   Rev.   C.  McGalfin,   W.   A.   .  Ciaccia,   Ambrogio  Robertson,   Edwin  Rogers,   Leslie   . . .  Paulson,  Ludwig   .  Sinclair, Wm. B.   .  Evans,   Arthur   . . .  Murray,  Wm.  Raltenbury, D.  Swanson. Fred   . .-'   Puiich,   T.       Clement, W.-.T. & Simpson,  Morrison, J. A.   Poole, A. C.      Sutherland,  Mabel..May   ..  Johnson,  Chas.  G.      Cameron,  J.  A   H.  S. M.  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot 12,.-Map 425   ... ..  Lot 24, Map 425   .....  Lot 36, Map 425 ......  Lots 37, 38, Map 425   .  Lot 28, Map 426   .....  35, Map 426      58, Map 426 ......  11, Map 546, Tp 23  3,   Map   700 ..  Lots 6, 7, Map 700   ...  Lot 38, Map  700      Lot 45, Map  700      Lot 49, Map 700     Lots 65, 66, Map 700  .  Lot  79, Map 700   .....  Lot 82, Map 700   Lot 83, Map  700      Lots 84, 85, Map 700   .  Lot  100, Map  700   ... .  Fr Lot 104,  Map  700  Lots 5. 6. 7,  Lot  15, Blk  1������������������       liXJr  8, Blk 3, Map 896  4,  Map  896  tX     \Tti-n  sqfi  ������������������    196.35  1305.60  40.00  7.50  191.84  151.30  45.00  I  40.00  18.00  20.00  300.00  $35.39  $2.75  . 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A.  ..'   Todd, H. K. ..;  Stanley, G. M   Atkin,  C. E   Franco", Gin Lan      Leader,   Thomas      Miller, A. E   Cox, B. C   tavior, F. A   Couborough,  Anthony  Woolsev, Ira L   Clever, M. G   Harrison, A. E   Dickson, Mrs. Geo. J. .  Davies, J. H   Stewart, George .  Buckland, F. M. .  Ritchie, Geo. E.  Duggan, W. C. ..  Knowles, J. B.  Hume,  Robert   ..  Martin, E   Lambley, Robert  Colled   Bros      De Pfyffer, P   Taylor, F. A   Spiers, T. G   Fordc, F. A.   Aitkin. T. Louis G   Suon, G. E. Jr   Fallis.  W.  T   Coventry, 0.  F   White. CM   Brown,   Wm.   Robert   ..  McDonald, 1). K   Sharpies. Mrs. M. A. ...  Unknown*. ,.  Sanson. Mrs. J   Ciriind Pacilie Land Co.  Name of Person-Assessed  Township 26  Lot 18, Blk 5, Map 896 .  Lot 11, Blk 9, Map 806  Lot 14, Blk S>, Map 1068  Lot 15, Bik 9, Map 1068 .  Fr Lot 46, Map 186   Lot 66, Map 186      Lot 14 &. 189 ft Lot 15, Map 187  Fr Lot 20, Map 18"  Lot 21, Map 187   ,  Lot   11,   N   1-2   of   N   1-2   Lot  Map 187     Lots 13, 14, Map 264   Lot 4, Sub Lot 33���������������������������264, Map 731 .  Lot 3H, Map 264   .  Lot 16, Map 468   .  Fr Lot 141, G.  1,  and Fr Sec  20,  Tp 26      Fr Lot 142, G. 1, Lot C, Sub of L. 19  Lot 7, Map 415  Lot 41, Map 41:    .  Lots 4, 5, Map 1173  Lois 14, 15, 16. 17, Map 1173  Lot 1, Blk 1 & Lot 2. Blk 1, Map 515  Lot 2, Blk i, Map 515  Lot 17, Blk 4, Map 5U  Lot 18, Blk 4, Map 515  Fr Lot 2, Blk 7, Map 51f  Lot 1. Blk 10, Map 515  Fr NE 1-4 Sec 7, Fr NE 1-4, & Fr  NW 1-4  Sec 8   .  Fr Lot 3, Mop 355   .  \V 1-2 Lot 5, Map 355  *> S 1-2 of S 1-2 Sec 10 & Fr Lol  130, C. 1   r Lot 125. G. 1. .  Fr SB 1-4 Sec 22 .  Fr Lot 3, Map 811  Fr Lot 3. Map 811  Lot ��������������������������� Sill) Sec 23  Fr NW  1-1 Sec 23  Lot 6, Map 439   Lots 2, 3, Blk 22, Map 1300  Block  20      Lois 1 to 5, Blk 21      Lois 1, 5, (i, Blk 22   Lois (i to 23, Blk 23   Lots 37, 38. 39, 11. Blk 2:  I.o! 23. Blk 54, Map 1301   S Fr Lot !l S S Fr Lot 10, Map 362,  and NIv 1-1 Sec 3*  . Township  Gallagher,   Daniel  lJarnebv, E. A.  Walker. W.  I).   -  Goliiditlv, .1. H. .  GnliHlitly. W. F.  lill. Mrs. Alfred  Kendall, M   a      Wlii'ie.^olin' nmMVhUc' n������������������iicri 1  Hear, James S. & MacKechnic, L. j  Steele,  G.  McNeil      ltanch, Marv. and Dillon, Minn:  Dillon, Minnie      Tavlor,  E. N   I-xl-11.  Margaret      Urquhart, Angus      Unknown   McDougal), Eneas      Coldbam,  Wm   Arsenault, J. J., Estate of   Knox, V. J   Buchanan      Clarence, A. J., Estate      Haig,  Ellen   Wales,   Geo.-   Cole. C. J   Lang,  Hamilton      Coldham, Wm   Dain. Harry F. and  Dain, Chas. H. R   Sneer,   John      Okanagan Realty Co., Lid   Gainnge, W. E-, Estate of     Gustafson, Peter E   I.eclimere, H. T   Cossar, K. B   Okanagan  Securities  Co., Ltd   .  Barnes, Amos, Estate of      Ritchie.  Win ������������������������������������������������������   Michael,  .funics      Osborne,   B   Cockbnrii, .Ins. Andison    Mi'l.tiren, Jnmes IJ.  ,.   Corkbiirii, Jus. Aiidlsisn     Mi'Cnidu'n, Arthur      fiahlorbnnk,  Walter      Powers, H. P   Giislufsoii, Pclor r.   Imerson,  Cliui-les  Robert      Wuki'Iielil. Mrs. Ueilhn M   Ilront.   William      Unknown   ..       Knowles, W. II   Slu-a. A. II   Amir. ������������������. "������������������������������������������������������ Kulnle of   _    Campbell, A, (i   I   fioslerion, fi. V   Sn-iiKKins. fi.fi-   UilHinrr.  Hubert  C   Pril.-hm-i), II. W   Dimn b. Wm. Alfred    Cami'bdl & SHwrli-k     fiolloii. A. II   Pasco, (i. H   .,|W 1-2 of SW 1-4. St  ..   Fr Lol 4, Map 477      ..   Lot   8.   Map   -177    ,   ,.jl-'i- SE 1-1 Sec 25    Township 2!)  -2 of N 1-2 of W 1-2 of NW 1-4,  W 1-2 Lot 1, Map 388    X 1-2. Lot 4, Map 261)    S 1-2 Lot  1. Map 260     Fr I.nl  li. Map   122     DISTRICT LOTS  Fr Lol 119, C. 1      1-2 I.i.l 3, Lots I, r., Map 2!)3   1-2 Lot 3. Lol (!, Map 293   Fr Lot  167, fi   *  Fr Lot 1117, (-  Lol 436  G.   1   .  Lois 448, 450,  Lots 013,   1374.  404-  4045  Midford, Harry     V'olstencroft. .Geo. &.  Thornber, T. Percy   Alexander, HJ. N   Weaver,  Geo   Robinson, Eliza Catherine  Robinson, J. M   HiKgins, C. N   Robinson* R- C :,  Haskell, Captain R. t. .,  7  Blk 1  Lois 1 to 10, Blk 3  Lots fl to 10, Bik 5     Lois  6 ,7,  Blk 6      Lois 1 lo 4, 6 io 10, Blk 7   Lots 1 to 10, Blk 8     Lots 2, 4, 6, 7. Blk A, Map 761   1-2 Lots !), 10, Blk 6, Map 761   N 1-2 Lot 4, Blk C, Map 761   S 1-2 Lot 4. Blk C, Map 761   Lot 2, Blk D. Map 761    Lol 5, Map 761    Lol 17. W 1-2 Lot 35, Lots 36. 49,  50. 51, 52, Map 761   Lot 32. Map 761  Lot 503, G, 1 ....  Lot 7, Map 742 .  Lot 3, 4, Sub Lot  Lot   !)45S      Lot   1158S      Lot 1273 G. 1       Lois 22, 23, S. L. 1275 G. 1, Map 61  Lot 36, Map 617  Lots 39, 40. Map 617  N 1-2 Lot 1377   Fr Lot 3546       Lot 1513, Lots 3111, Fr Lot 38  Lots 1665. 1660. G. 1   Fr Lots 2544. 2556, 2557, 3953  Lot 16, Map 510    Lot 8, Map 1350      Lot 255!), G.  1      Lot 4057, fi. 1   Lol 4059. (1. 1      Lois 0, 9, 19. Sub L. 2711, Map 1100  Lot S, Map 11 DO    Lots 4 to 13, 15 to 38, Map 647  Lots 2808, 28!)8u, 0. 1    Lot  3187  fi.  1       Lots 10, 20, Man 1256    '   ��������������������������� "I, Map 1256      32, 4.1, Mm) 777      Lots 67. (18, Mup 777     Lol 83. Man 777    Lots.'1311!) (!. l.S Lol 3772, ti, 1  "   Lot 3485 fi. 1    Lol HMO-fi.  1      Lot 3525 fi, 1     V  Lot 3587 fi. 1  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   Ln! 3723 fi. 1  !. . 37311 (1, I  Lot 3737 fi. 1  Lot 37511 fi,  1   .  759  X).  1   .  .. ..   3788.  4068  Lol 3867, fi. 1  ..    3901, 3905  Lol 41130 (i, I ,,  S Fr Lol 41)00 ..  Lol 4(61 fi. 1 ..  Lot .11(15 (i. 1 ..  Lol VIM fi. 1  ,.  District Lot 210  Lots 1 tn I, Blk 1  Lois 7, 8, Iltk 2    Lois 5 In 8, Dlk 11     Lots 5 In 8,17 to 22, Blk 63, Map BID  Lots 3, 4, Blk 3    Lots 8. fl, 10, 11, Blk 7, Lot 210 ....  Lots 13, 14, Blk 15    E 1-2 Lot 14, Blk 17   Lots 1, 2, Blk 22    Lots 1,2, 3, Blk 23    LotsO to 10, Blk 54   Lois 12, t8, Blk 57    Lots 21, 22, Blk 67    Lot 3. Blk 34   (ll   Lot 21, Dlk 128    300.02  72.02  2.75  32.00  14.00  1.02  1.23  2.75  2.75  30.38  20.25  12.00  2.00  2.01  .71  2.75  2.75  2.75.  87.20  293.95  t.00  0.09  48.88  .48  2.75  2.75  2.75  30.45  7.50  3.50  .50  2.75  2.75 OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, SEPT. 25,1919  wn*    ^^^B*^^*0m*m***+0B������������������������������������������������������*  ' ^^fB^rn^tmr^^m^^^^^^^^  ������������������M^*MAAAAMMtfW  MMAA^A i  H. S. BEST  SUNSHINE SERMONS  ChMtftil Goidanca to ft Happier, Haalthto Lift  Bf tb������������������ Philoiopher-Phyaidan  OBORQB   P. BUTLER,  A. M,   M. _%  Navigable  Waters  Act  Protection  /?.  S.   C   Chapter  115  The Minister of Public Works of  tlie Government of Hie Province of  British Cohinibhi hereby gives  nolicc that he has, under Section  7-of the sail Act, deposited with the  Minister of Public Works and the  Minister of the Interior at Ottawa  and in the oflice of the -District  Registrar of the Land Registry District al Kamloops, J3. C- a description of the site and the plan of  proposed new bridge over Uie  Shuswap Hiver at Knderby, B.CJ  1 Take notice thai after the expiration of one month, from the date  of the first publication, of this .no-  lice the Minister of Public Works  of lhe Government of the P'rovinc'c  of British Columbia will, "under  Section 7 of the said Act, apply to  the Minister of Public Works and  the Minister of the Tnlcj-ior at Iheir  ollicer in the Cily of Ottawa, for  approval of the said site and plans,  and for leave to construct the said  bridge.  Daled   at  Victoria.  B.C., this  i>lh  dav of September, 191D.  A.  K.  FOREMAN",  Public  Works  Engineer.  Department   "of    Public    Works,  Victoria-, B. C. sl8-<l  Many of us are grumbltr*, getting out of aorta frequently, but  few of us know how to prevent  getting Into the grumbling etate;  few of ua uee to the full the re-  aoureea of happiness that ar*c  available.  ; That out-of-sorta feeling, from  which everyone suffers at times,  arises In most easss from one of  two eauses. Cither the stomach  Is lazy and wants a day off, er  there la an accumulation of  waste products In the muscles  and brain. ...  Every part of our body works  by   burning    up   the   material  etored   up   there   and  derived  from the blood.   Of course, the  waete matter thus formed���������������������������like  ashsa  In a fire-grate���������������������������must be  removed, and   aometlmee It   Is  not   removed   qulokly   enough,  with the consequence that the  person la tired and "grumbly."  Resting Iri bed ior a day without food, of wtt������������������ very little food,  will often restore the Most spirits.   Anoth'tf^excellentjplari Is to  eat  nothing "whatever but   .oranges or grapes, or both, for 24  hours.   Still .another plan la to  eat nothing and drink only hot  water with a little salt   In    it.  The,water washes away all the  fatlg'ue-produclng.impurltles, and  freshens up 'the' system In a marvelous   manner.     Some   people  find. Immense   benefit  from    a  qulok walk In very warm clothing, followed   by  a  tepid   bath.  But by all. means cleanse yourself,   within   and   without,   and  keep clean.' -'Don't eat too much,  and keep smiling.  <Copyrlght,"J3iO, by W. G. Chapman.)  Victoria Lacrosse Team  :������������������**���������������������������  Si  '������������������.-*  *-:  It >ybuld be folly to class the  Armstrong lacrosse team in the  same rank with the Victoria  Champions who played here last  Thursday afternoon. They are  not in the same class. And the  best of it is tlie Armstrong boys  iisalize.d it before the game had  proceeded more than the first  ten minutes; yet they did not let  loose, but played the best game  they were capable of inspite of  the fact that they were but-  played at every turn. The Victoria's play a professional game,  thcy, have force, \yeight, and a  perfect combination���������������������������and it is  working all the time.   They had  ent positions; that it is quicker  to pass the ball than to run with  :.r,.rv       . *./-r  it; that1 passing the ball also  saves a lot of energy; that when  the ball ,is passed it should be  sent straight and with speed, not  tossed into the air.  We have seen shots that broke  the goal tender's stick or pierced  the net, but that of one of the  Victoria boys beat all. He  straightened up and sent one in  with such force as to snap one of  the 34-inch pipe net supports. AH  heads 'ducked.'  There Avas little use shooting  from any distance at Jake Davis.  He is ais  good as the average  to play out of some pretty tight!professional.     In   fact,   he   is  corners that Armstrong forced slated for one of the professional  Let us take your party to  Mabel Lake  The cost isn't so great  STRAYED^  On   to    thc    undersigned   ranch:  yearling bull; red.  MRS. E. JM. PETAR  Knob Hill, B.C. 34-lf  ���������������������������o<  XX  >o<  Ox  Heating Stoves, Cook Stoves f  and fl8ini������������������  We have the goods on hand  and can meet your every need;/  J.  J  .-   in  stoves   and   heating goods;//. . .  stove pipes and elbows. .  -''  r    -  Plain twist galvanize^ wire       -  $6.00 per foil.  Anything made in tin, cop- -V "  per and sheet iron.  Bring    your   old   beating   .   .'.'';  stoves in and have them relinecf, ''_      '\.  at one-quarter the cost of a new. 7.a  one. '   ������������������������������������������������������    --s.  fwlton Mm hM  them into.   It wis" done without  much  effort on "their part.    It  was   like  a   big,   good-natured  mastiff  playing; with   a terrier.  It was like seeing a new game to  watch   thc    stick-handling,   the  throwing and catching, the rapid  passing and lightning-like shots  on goal made by thc Champions-  Thcy never faltered at any point  in the game.   Eacli player knew  thc moment lie got the ball exactly what to do with it. Every  player : played  in   his   position;  thcy ran about the fifcld very little, and when the' ball passed up  the line it was shot from side to  side wilh a regularity and precision, lhat was good to sec.   The.  local players-played hard.   Thcy  frequently "rushed the balldbwn  lhe field to goal, but1 thcy htuf no  combination   lhal   could   pdrib-  Iratc thc  home  defense cf th������������������  Champions. '-' - ''   "S''''l  Frcdham, Painter, Johnston  and Davis were the stars of tire  Victoria team- The task .'ol'  checking thc first three of these  was given to Jimmic Schubert,  Chas. Horrex and Redgravcs.  Thcy all did well. Mention  should also be made of the hard  playing of Roy Pears on,,who  played a steady game throughout. He.and Schubert had their  hands full when theyrj were  called upon to check McGregor  and Frcdham. Thcy did not  slacken their checking a. single  moment, even when the bull was  at the other end of the field.  The home team lined up as follows: J|J fTf. Mwrwy, 2 Pearson,  3 Schubert. ^ Turnbull, 5.Stott,  6 JJorrex, 7 Purton, 8 Redgravcs,  9 Phillips, }0 Murray. U tfainiJJ,  12 ftfng.  teams   next   year,   along   with  Painter, Frcdham and Johnston.  Palace Livery  Ed. Sparrow, Prop-  I  0  I  / ���������������������������     ������������������������������������������������������ .  Experienced in handling general  Auto repairing  All work guaranteed  ������������������������������������������������������-I  Jas. McMahon & Son    I  Enderby jj  Vernon Road  If you want a good driver, we  havc it. All kinds of light and  heavy draying. Team work of  all kinds.   Harness repaired.  Vernon Road  . Enderby  PAINT YOUR  OUTBUILDING  Now is the-time, before winter sets  in-   -Trr our price. ...  Box- 43-- ,-       .   JEiulerby./B.C.  C. G. PIPER  Box. 43  Enderby  ���������������������������o<  >o<  >o<  !.in,-.~ i(Jr.- {ii  ,-f, .'.:,.-* i.-  W. J. Woo4's'.'S&$&  Taken Over !By'  Duncan  Having kougfrfcvtfte  stock of W. J. Woq4s  and a44e4  a   cjeayery  pftone ser^i������������������sf#e  on and aftefISif. 1,  togiaiyoy  and  will,  be  the  "BEST OF  u  7^y*y 'a:.:  Notes on tbe Game  FrccltVam, though checked excellently by Schubert, demonstrated that he well deserves the  reputation he has of, being the  hest amateur lacrosse player in  Canada, rlc has made it a point  of scoring from 5 to 7 goals per  ga inc. .aU sum mcr_.__ On_Th ursday  hc only got 3. Nevertheless, he  could shoot overhead, sideways,  underhand and backwards. He  even shot when lying on ihis  back. ���������������������������   >  Painter is a great ficldcivaiid,  as with Frcdham; ciui'-shbot  from any.position. ' ;  Among other lliings the'home'  team took to heart this lesion  lauglu them by the Champions:  That il will pay Ihem Ir, learn-lo  shoot straightcr and from "differ-  Want Ads  2c a word first insertion, lc a word ..each insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charge; 10c extra  where cash doe* not accompany order.  LOST���������������������������In lhe vicinity of lhe Advertiser ollice. or on road to Enderbv  ..a    pig-skin    gauntlet,    left-hand.  Finder will be rewarded on leav-  5Finder will be rewarded on leaving at Advertiser, Armstrong. _____  TH^SALE AT THE PPOOK FARM  will be held on the JGth ������������������t" Oc-  tober.    F- W. Collin. Fnderby. t<l  1  A  -fc������������������cA.  i������������������-*>"V.  fy^rjC  Govornaont Hous������������������,  - Ottawa.   ���������������������������   z-AA.:  1st September 1919.  -*/  ;- ��������������������������� ���������������������������        I tip pleased-  ,'S.avini-s Csrtific^ti  lo bo the holder of a Canadian Wnr  .���������������������������--   I ep delighted to find that -in(���������������������������;  Cannrto you.hayq VTar Sr.vings Str.np-. c^ enlo, similKT-.to  these we havc in England. c  2 i/ish thc War 6������������������ivingo "caapaign-evcry'"bticcoss ������������������������������������������������������  77 n-  ^t*rys*. fZA^vSm  Sir Herbert B.��������������������������� Anes ,  . -   ''      - ' 'Chairnmii.  National TTar Savincs Ccffinitteo,  "    \ Ottawa .-  Facsimile of thc letter cent to trio Chairman of the National War  Savings Committee by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, at.  thc time he  purchased  in Ottawa  a Canadian War Savings Certificate containing the full  number  of, ten War.Savings Stamps.  CIPAN  PAGS  WAN1FP���������������������������We wiM  pav tic a pound for clean cotton  rags, jpdng in a sacfc next time  "vou come to town. Advertiser  Office, ��������������������������� Armstrong, t������������������r Commoner  ofTice, FntlP������������������'b''-  PftY MlXpP -STOVP   WOOD���������������������������Cut  green an������������������l pileel; solitl stuff.   Get  supply before roacjs lireaH up. C.  tricHlantl, Pnaerl>y.     26-2c  YOUNG PJGS FOP SAl^p���������������������������Pure-  brecl Yorksbire. for Service���������������������������  friesian Bull; purest milking  strain, and thoroughbred,, Yorkshire hoar. H.p.C.ftarrts & Sons,  (late Turner & ponaldson.) 7b-4p  FOP   SAJ-P������������������������������������������������������ Four  addition.    Will  Jots  in   Poison  sell   at   sacrifice  price of S50 per lot; terms to suit  purchaser.   Address, F. P. Bobb,  ^Fnderby. . 2b=3c������������������  ^1  A.F&A,Mi  Enderby Lodfcc " No. 40  Regular meetings first"  Thursday on or- after thc  full moon "at 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall. Visitinj?"  brethren cordially invited  S. II.  SPEERS ',  W.M.-  :                    c.  H. REEVES  Secretary  SJ/&���������������������������*  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. IC. of P.  Meets 2nd & 4th   Monday eve  in Masonic Hull.   Visitorscor-  dially invited to attend.  CKO. M. SHARPli C. C  H. M. WALKER. K. R. S  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  WE CARRY: A FUkh UNE OF  Whicti sire always fresh.  We Have on hand several hundred potatoe sacks.  Arrangements have been   made  to   handle your  les, etc. -"'"'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  flrmstrpng Ph9Mt9uqM9 fpativql!  AvMppTM^M- 29-30 wi Qtf. W  Afterowm #n������������������f ^vt niiifr of ������������������*cj������������������ p#y  Seawn Tickets on S������������������le at Reeve's Prng Store  Af|mifllon~Se������������������i8on tickets a<\n\t9, $1-75; children mule? fi  $JJ1.00; season reserved seats, 75c extra.  300 tickets will be the Ifmit of this festival  PNPPPV, WP m YOW WftCQMP!  t\.r From June }3th  No. h 60c Ih No.2������������������S8clb  :.. ������������������������������������������������������*    Butter Fat       '/-it? .   al   any   shipping point in lhc   Okanagan   Valley..  A Farmers' Company.     Financially sound.     Pay-  -incnls lor Cream inaclc  nionlhly.     JDclivcr can to  tlie railway company for dispatch to    :      -r ;  ���������������������������.. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'��������������������������� -Atfj  kelowna Creamery, Pd. i  Fmpty cans promptly returned.  Jas. Pickson  BEAlV ESTATE,  INSUHANCE  GENEHAli AGENT  JBeil Block  Fnderby  ^C.= SKALING, B. A.  .,.-  Barrister, Solicitor,  -    Notary BubliciJV:  ,*-INSURANCE^  Bell Blk.  Enderby, tB.C  Farmer's Supply  Store  \3\  MAHA, 6. C������������������-  Special sale fop this month  of Groceries, Feed an|  ^Flour, Pry Goods, v  N. PMot,  Mar*  -.SMi i ;

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