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 ,^t ,  gtmttljQItrf  Vol. 13, No. 28, Whole No. 624.  ENDERBY, B. C. THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1919  Subscription, $2 a year; 5c copy  I' ^  It  News in Brief of  Enderby and District  Mrs. B. J.  Vancouver.  Carlson is visiting day evening was attended by a-  l few members and it was decided  Cha'itauqua. What is it? Read  ihe ads this week.  Mrs.  55  Lambert  and  child arc  visiting the coast cities-  X  Mr. A. C. Skaling look in lhc  Vancouver Exhibition.  ,x  Mr. Iri Dawson returned on  Saturday from Vancouver.  x  '   Mrs.  Wni.  Duncan  and-son  are visiting Chase friends:-  ������������������ .  Mrs. R-^E. T: Forster and two  sons left last wecik for England-  '.      ������������������������������������������������������>'' '  1*     "  Jack .Henniker left  the past  week   for7  Victoria   to   attend  school. - .,- ��������������������������� !    4 -rjl  X  Mrs.  Mr.   and  Mrs. - S.   F-   Hartry  and  daughter  are  visiting  the  ;oast,cities:        "-    " '   "  Mrs. E. B. Dill and daughter  have  been  visiting  Vancouver  the. past week or ten days.  X     i  Mrs. H. Hendrickson returned  last week after visiting Dakota  friends for several weeks.  x   '  Mrs. C. G. Piper leaves this  week on a visit to the Old Country, to be absent some time  * X  Mr. W- Hallam returned  to  work on Monday after being laid  up for'the' past month with a  sprained ankleT -  -    ���������������������������"���������������������������'    ������������������ -   jt"       ^  '*      -    *  MissXEsther,'Moffet, after>.  visit ^pf-some wecks,;.>>;itl\ Miss  Jean" Duncan,; returned^toVJfcr  Seattle^ honie hist' wck.V"*'  '-"'"-.   X-  Miss    Kathleen ��������������������������� Poison    reT  turned to Vancouver last week  aftcr.au enjoyable visit /-with her  sister, Mrs. S. Jl. Speers.  / X .    ' /'  MAT*. IVfcPridc ancl daughter  arrived from "Alberta jast wceb.  and" have taken up their residence with Mr. anti Mrs- A. p.  Glen.  '   v  x   -  The; ladies of St. George's W.  A. were driven to -Armstrong  Wednesday.afternoon and were  the guests of Mrs. C. p. Winter  at luncheon.  ��������������������������� X  Work on the road to pbon  T^ake the past week has greatly  improved thc facilities for the  sclllers in that locality getting  in and out.  X  X  DECLARED  MISSING  ALL READY FOR FALL FAIR  Justice Mruphy Names Mr. Gra-  :. ham Rosoman Curator of- H.  G. Davies' Estate with Power  to Take Legal Possession.  to send onc delegate, Mr. F. Hassard, to attend tlie convention at  Vancouver next week.'  x  An advertisement r in this is-,  suc^f the.'Commoner makes  known the fact that the Provincial Government is taking steps  looking" to the construction of  a new bridge over thc Shuswap,.  river at Enderby. 7'  a     X ,  Aii office of the Land Settlement Board has>been opejied in  Enderby, with Lt.-Col. Henniker  in charge. It is located in the  brick block- opposite the office  of-The- Walker Press, where Col.  Henniker will look after the interests of returned men, between  the hours of 10-12 and, 1.30-4.30.  "-['   ^       x "  Miss Mabel' Hassard, third  daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. F-  Hassard, was 'quietly married  some- days ago to Mr. "Ted"  Beals. The young couple, well-  known and esteemed, left after  a few days in Vernon, for the  coast, where Mr._Bcals is ciiit  ployed at Brittania. \  , x  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur' Teece returned from their wedding trip  to thc toast cities on Wednes-,  day. Thcmarriagc of*these esteemed young poeplc was guietX  ly held-at the home of Mr.^and  Mrs.- Tom,Robinson on'Thii'rs-  dajv- tlie/'Jth. inst'., -when '^llieiit  phlyodaugh tcr/ Ida? -became^ttic^  bride" of-:this 'popular :young  businessman- ^  "-'   ���������������������������   '^    r-"-*_  "  I' -V-  Owing to an excess of work  in our j oh plant tlie past week  or'two, and the impossibility'of  getting assistance, xve have had  to neglect "the" newspaper end],  We hope our subscribers wiJlNbc  %atient witb tis a,little while  longer. In the meantime we can  only offer tbe delinquent tax list  of Jjie pjcanagan for your perusal. If your name is pot on tlv"  list, tbanH God; if it is on the  list, you have "the consolation of  being in good coin pany���������������������������and  lots of it.  The house of Wm. Alexander  was burned to the ground last-  Saturday eyening, together wilh  garage and car.   The firc started  Miss^JeaiT^Puncaji-is^visiting-^froni^a^defective^flue-upstairs^  Nothing was "saved from either  the house or garage.  Summerland friends this week,  taking with hcr hcr ncice, Mary  Docksteader,  who  was  visiting  from Summerland.  x  Sergt. C. M. Johnston, son of  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Johnston,  arrived from France last week,  accompanied by his cousin, Major P- M- Mackay.  X  Road Foreman Shulc, with a  small gang of men is rebuilding  lhc  bridge  over  Coo|ce  Creek,  Mabel Lake Valley.   It will not  he a bridge wilh a hill in it.  X  Deep Creek residents are to  be congratulated on having had  so much work put upon thc rebuilding cf the trunk road. The  grading has taken oiit many of  thc worst spots in the road and  X  Mrs. J. Duncan and daughter,  of Gladstone, Man., were visiting Mrs. A- H. Duncan and other  Enderby friends the past month  and expressed themselves highly  pleased with the town and district.   They left for home a few  days ago.  X  The meeting of the Enderby  Conseryative   Association   held  at the King Edward Hotel Tues-  CITY OF ENPERRY  SALE OF J^ANP FOR TAXES  NOTICE is hereby given that  on Tuesday, the 30th day of  September; 1919, at the hour of  10 in the forenoon, at the City  Dull, Enderby, except as hereinafter mentioned* all lands situate within the corporate area of  tbe City of Enderby, witb tbe  improvements thereon (if any)  the taxes upon wbicb are delinquent, will be sold by auction,  unless the said taxes shall have  been sooner paid, or tbe provisions of the Consolidation Bylaw' shall bave been complied  witb.  .. 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 be such, will not  be included in the said sale.  City Hall, Enderby, B.C., Sept.  18th, 1919.:;<      :-.���������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������  \..-.:..A  ...,.,,.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, /  Collector of Taxes for the City!  of Enderby.  An application of interest, to  many in this District was made  by Mr. A. C. Skaling before Mr.  Justice Murphy at Vancouver a  few clays ago. Mr. Skaling made  an application on������������������ behalf of a  large number of thc former  clients and other people interested in having thc affairs of Mr.  Davies put in better shape. . ~  ' The evidence filed showed  that.Mr. Davies had left-Ender-  by.last February, and that -lit'  had Jiot been heard from foV  several-months.'*, rV     " -.'-   ~7*_  Mr. Justice Murphy, directed  that Mr. Davies be declared" a'  missing person, and he appoint  ted Mr. Graham Rosoman cur-'  ator. to take charge of his estatel-  He further directed that all-  property owned by Mr. - Davies^  be'turned over to_ the, curator,  md that all monies due him be  paid to Mr. Rosoman. Tlie curator' was directed to have the  safe opened, and to" apply to the-  Court for a further order in regard to the deli very rofthe doc-t  unients to their owners^as soon  as he could.-secure" evidence'  showing "who was" entitled to-the  possession of these"documents.-  V/i  Montieth-Mowat Nuptials  S^Sii-'  -V'Ar;pretty wedding took; place  in,. Stf - Andrews Presbyterian  Church' at- 8 o'clock,-Wednesday  iriorriing when ..Miss Marjori^  eldest ��������������������������� daughter <of- Mi*, "jaifd  Mrs.*." JamescMowat; jjecanie the~  brjde of Capt.VJulieri~Monteith,  late of the C: ������������������. FcRev.' Mr.  Pow officiating.1 Tlie church,  was beautifully . decorated for  the occasion, the handiwork of  M,r*7 A. MePliersonV,,Only, tbe  family "and; a :few intimate  .riends'were present. Tbe bride  was given .away ���������������������������by ber fyrotber,  <fPat." S^e wore a-^w,ie.t travelling'! gown,; and' 'i^mmediateiy  after the. ceremony Capt. and  IVlrs. Monteith went by auto to  Salmon Arm where tbey tool*  the morning" train for Vancouver. Tbey will reside in Victoria, where Capt- Monteith is  engaged in extensive survey  work in connection willi the  ILand Settlement  Board. '   \   1 ���������������������������I  ~)JS -  jifa-^cfffgfS^   There opened at Vernon this  week the greatst clearance sale  of general merchandise ever put  on in thc Okanagan. It is the  sale of lhc W. R. Megaw stock.  As is'well known, this long established firm carried in stock  )nly thc most dependable goods-  This entire slock is being sold  al great sacrifice prices on real  quality merchandise.  Everything Indicates that This  Will be the_ Banner Exhibition in Years���������������������������Live Stock Entries Very Heavy.  At Armslrong next Wednesday and Thursday, old and  young, farmer and city dweller  alike, .will have the opportunity  of absorbing the many benefit'  to be derived from attending a  real Agricultural ^air. Everything is now in readiness, to" receive the biggest exhibit ever  entered for ,thc Fair, or for that_  matter,"ahy other fair in the Interior of B. C.  There will be several breeders  here from the Prairie and the  Lowcfv Fraser Valley, with "their  crack^he^rds of cattle and sheep.  ' -Tlie premier prize of the Fair,  the D&iiald Matheson ciipr goes  for -the "best, registered " pig pf  1919 this~ year?'' Here- you .will  see some- hot competition.  To top it all off you will be  able to attend the first Fall Sale  of;'pure-bred'stock held under  the auspices of .the B. C. Stock  Breeders Association. ;At this  sale it is hoped that the people of  the Okahagan will-take advaht-  agcof the opportunity'to-fill all  their,< requirements for pure-  bredy^tt-eedmg stock.'. 7 The success of this sale, depends entirely  pn-local .breeders. ^ It ��������������������������� is to be  hoped that" they will rise to the^  occasiotf.and".make" the sale a  success Wvthat-jthe Okanagan  can -warrant^thi's' sale.being.lield  here again.ys..,^7, '-,..������������������������������������������������������r.1 --V  / - -zy^7>." r^-^--i -VV --  , XX X X XXXX X XXXX XXXX  ������������������ ~' GJEONDftdi) NEWS fx  X V ' 'H W a-' ~- S"S^ W '"-*  X X Xl*X"X^"'K X X XX* x.X  -*'      .isi' -k"��������������������������� l*������������������.'.j -     - _^    -~ ^ " -  .Mr. Pladen^visited Vernon on  wsinessjast weeje. -    - .-  ' X  Ppn't'  forgef  the   Grindrod  lance" oh the f 9th..  <3   s ' x -    '      -'  Afr.'-A". R- Price and son mo-  >ored inffrom Ifupel, tbjs.weeb.  IVfessrs Slcyrme & JfalJcswo  ������������������re in Vernon on business l  were  weeje.  ?:tb  last  George Wells has jusf. com-  ple|ed.bis season's.bay pressing  in tlie district.   _    \  x .  IVfr. and Mrs. C. W. Crandle-  nire left Jast week for the coast  to visit the Fair.  *  The Grindrod, garage is' now  3cing..builf;Lan'd-iL is hoped it  will scon be ready for usc/.r  In some districts in Canada,  beef cattle can hardly be sold  at any price,* and yet the retail  price of beef at lhc butcher's  block remains from 35c to 50c a  pound.   Who takes the spread?  An auto drive and dinner at  the Jfiing Edward will make any  Sunday seem better.  r-  Armstrong Plays  Canada's Champions  The result of Thursday's Lacrosse game' was as follows:  Victoria   .. V.,    12  Armstrong V ���������������������������       4  iarney;  Prince is travelling:  Armstrong Js being well and  favorably "advertised by the efforts of her ��������������������������� lacrosse team. It  may have seemed like lost effort  to some people'.when the local  team brought ��������������������������� the Vancouver  team to Armstrong recently  only to be'beaten in two straight  games. But tliis. is a huge mistake. The,local team is moving  iri,the right-direction. Tliey:are  making good, even if they do  lose the games:- -They!-make the  big fellows play for :it, and all  the. wliile our- locahboys,, are be-  ing'"shown.!! \They do not play  the game .with their eyes shut.  And then, tooi;,iHs -worth more  than it costs,just, to have the big  fellows come-to Armstrong and  show,the locals.], ,,'V.  The games Wvith. the Vancouver team advertised .Armstrong  in a very large) \ray;..E'rihstance,  a few, days ago the.Armstrong  Advertiser^-received ��������������������������� this wire:  "On 'way -west'-next week.  Would like '-to play exhibition  game of lacrosse^ with Armstrong team.V Whai7 are prospects? Kindly get in touch with  those who might be interested*  and let*me" know, ihy expense,  soon as 'possible. \Signcd, Frank  W^KJellyT Foundation" Lacrosse  CtltW* .      *���������������������������   .    ~y\X -A     A A  ~ ���������������������������  ���������������������������*-'m!?*'-���������������������������,���������������������������-    - '. V?v'Ar-;r^ ;.-j>i ;,  .':fTlii^Avirehwasrreferred:to Mr:'  Harold Murrayi-secretary of the  ArnistrongUearrii who promptly  took {the .matter up with Mr.  Kelly,"^vith the result that the  Victoria champions are playing  in Armstrong today ancl will be  driyenYta Salmon Aim. in time  to catch" Friday morning's train  toVancouyer. y // ~  ;.Wbetber tbey win orlose, and  win tfrey will if tbey have if in  t^iem,Ji.Arvmstrpngs a^e playing  in; good "company; wben^tbejr go  ip against tbe. Victoria foundations. TiW are the 'pbampions  of Canada.. |n tbe f\na\_ game  with: Winnipeg they. beat W������������������e  Pegs' by a "score bf fl to 7.  The Foundations tliis year arc  winners of the amateur championship in contest' with Vancouver and New Westminster.  They were sent to represent P-C.  in^tbe^big^iacrbssc-tonrna men Ir  heldlh"Winnipeg last week in  which' * teams from ILawson,  Toronto, Edmonton and Winnipeg competed  The Foundation team came  out of lhc tournament easy victors. The scores arc given as  follows: .  Edmonton, f6; Lawson, 4.  Winnipeg, 5; Toronto, i.  Victoria, lj); Edmonton/4.  Winnipeg, 8; Toronto, 4-  Victoria, 9; Edmonton, 1.  Victoria, 17; Winnipeg, 7.  A study of lhc scores wall  show that the Westerners won  thc tournament" through thc process of elimination.  We do not doubt that thc io^.'  team will hold these champions  down to a much evener score  than did Winnipeg, - Toronto or  Edmonton- At^anyratc, it will-  be no disgrace if- the locals do,  not come out on top.  petition   with    thc  grown in America.  besit wheat  Heretofore,  thc $500 prize cup put up by tlie  C. P. R. to go to the winner of  this wheat competition, has always been won by wheat grown  in Western Canada, and it is  the opinion of those who have  seen samples of the wheat from  thc Folkard farm this year,that  the exhibit sent will find a place  close to the" cup winner if not  in first place.-      -   - ** ������������������-  Monday, October 13th, has  been fixed by the Government  as Thanksgiving Day.(for the  Dominion. " -r*   ���������������������������  f'SORRY TO LOSE HIM'*  Departure of Mr. B S. Freeman  Greatly Regretted by All Citizens and the School.'Board  ^nd Children.  ���������������������������  Fine Sample of Wheat  Manager C. Reeves, of the Enderby Growers, sent a half-  bushel exhibit of- wheat grown  by Mr. Fred Folkard, Grindrod,  to the International Soils Products Exposition1 at Kansas City,  Ss '^���������������������������Vl  .s -r  ti' ��������������������������� '. *"���������������������������  J' -V-?i  '-  ������������������������������������������������������: Si j-r-.'A.. .  Jn the going of, Mr- B. S. Free- ���������������������������  man W the-Coast, "jwhere he has -  taken up teaching in the Normal'  school  of his  favorite subject, ���������������������������  botafiy,   Armstrong   loses ��������������������������� the  services of a very valuable man  to the community.   Particularly"  in school work' and social work "���������������������������  with the girls'and boys >yill 'Mr.:  Freeman's^ influence be missed."  .. The regret of Jhe .community,"  is express in the following reso^v  lution passed by .the Board jof,  School jTrustees_at, its'Jast riieet?";  ing:.f *.: // '.;���������������������������- :\ '-7y/  . ^Bejt'resolved that aJetter.be . '7/^f^r%  sentstb;������������������Mr.\B.rSr!Freenian, lateV,V Iw:Jp=  principal -'Jof - the Armstrong -7/77-7^/^  High" ,School, expressing Jhe. vv^sV^g  Poard'sVappreciatipn^of bis ser-;;;\ ;sSssr  vices during the past nine years,-  and .wishing bim every successI:  in bis new sphere of work" at tlie  Normal*School, Victoria. Jt be-'  ing felt by; tbe. poa.rdJbaJ npt  only has tne school lost a zeal;  ous and efficient f principal, bwf  tbat tbe city will mi& one wbo  tpojc a been interest in all tbat  pertained to its best interests  '   ft-*?  i.    - ^  < --. A .-  KA'i  ������������������������������������������������������Somewbere in tbe Qbauagan*  One who can sec tiie funny  side of very-day .life���������������������������even ih  the school room���������������������������caiv get atflot  of amusement and brighten the  dark place along the way. A  correspondent senefs thc follow-  ing taken _from_actual _liappcnr_  ings in thc school room:  Puring  a  Spelling Lesson.���������������������������  Teacher      giving      word) ���������������������������  "Squeeze."  Girl (blushing)���������������������������"Past?"  Teacher (quickly)���������������������������"No, future."  X  Teacher���������������������������"Parse  'kiss'. "  Prigh't    girl��������������������������� "Kiss���������������������������noun,  proper,very common and agrees  with 'you' and 'me'."  X  ^Geography Exam. ��������������������������� "What  arc the principal towns of thc  Northern Okanagan and why?"  One answer���������������������������"Enderby: baseball and Japs;  Armstrong:  lacrosse  and" red  hair;   Vernon:  the Prince of Wales."  X  History paper��������������������������� "The;.; early ;,  Britons were ' not silverized; "  they, used   stones   for   axes."  Silverized���������������������������civilized-  1st pupil (reading)���������������������������"O for  the touch of a vanished hand-"  2nd pupil (excetcdly) :"Pleasc  teacher, my dad says he's lookin  fcr one o' them guys."  Everybody is going to the big  ball, Avalon Theatre, Armstrong, night of Sept. 25th, at  Mo., last week, to go into com- 9.45.  ��������������������������� t ������������������������������������������������������..-  . I'-k.MTs&xx������������������- ' OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1919  Quebec's welcome to thc Prince of. Wales  Prince of Wales laying the cornerstone for the central tower of  tlie  Parliamntary  Buildings  ��������������������������� at Ottawa  Some of Canada's first citizens received by the Prince at Charlottetown, P. E. I.  Fastest Transcontinental train in the World  for the Business Man in a  3@C  ��������������������������� ���������������������������        *        ���������������������������  ���������������������������'. Now that the era o? reconstruction  Ss here, the business mau, who has  been taxed to the limit, bought bonds  to his capacity and given until it  hurts is to be considered again. He  is to be permitted to get from'place  to place quickly, his freight' is tb be  handled promptly and he Is to be  given every assistance to revitalize  tbe business of America. The railways are the veins and arteries upon  which a healthy business body must  depend, therefore normally much of  his help must come from them.  ,-, The Canadian Pacific, a privately  run road is the first of the railroads  to help the business man.  ��������������������������� On   June   1st.    the    first "Trans-  Canada"��������������������������� the new transcontinental  express of the C. P. R.���������������������������pulled out of  the Windsor St. Station in Montreal  filled to capacity on its three thousand mile run to Vancouver.  This is the fastest transcontinental  train in the world, making the trip  from Montr eal. to Vancouver in less  than four days, to be exact. 93 hours  and 30 minutes, and from Vancouver  to Montreal in 92 hours 15 minutes,  the run being made without chance  of cars. %  A whole business day is thus saved  for the Business-Man-in-a-Hurry.  An interesting point in connection  with this train is the fact that more  than half of the passengers are een-  erally registered fron: New Yc":,  Philadelphia, Boston and other  American cities, a considerable number being booked /or Banff, Lnlio  Louise and points west.  One thinks of a transcontinental  train as a single .unit,- hut'in���������������������������reality  it is made up of a number of complete units. A daily service, tho  trip being fc-ur days, requires four-  trains running each way- simultaneously. Thc equipment of the new  de luxe train has an estimated valu-a  of ?6,000,000, using for the daily run  eastbound and westbound, 5.9 sleeping cars, 5 compartment cars, 15  diners and 2i locomotives.        *  Don't fail to attend thc Armstrong fair  The Prince Inspecting Cavalry at Rideau Hall, Ottawa THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1919  OKANAGAN COMMONER  1?  '    >'���������������������������*���������������������������-**' ���������������������������**���������������������������*; ���������������������������* *. I   *������������������-J  ������������������������������������������������������ggmaGoami^^  CLO  of THE W. R. MEGAW, LTD., STOCK of PINE  MERCHANDISE STARTS  Friday* September  19th  DOORS  OPEN AT  9 O'CLOCK  C:  dO=   $100,000    1#ortH  of   Goods  to   be Cleared .'in   SO  Days  t    >. ��������������������������� .V     ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ - - - v*i.K. :���������������������������-'... .  Notice!   Sale  Conductors  have-   30  days  only.to clean  up and   lock up.    This means  sharp   selling' and   to  v        ������������������        accomplish in such short time v       ������������������  -    -V        '.   .      -v \        ' , * -   * -��������������������������� ';  '   - T.. , . . -*" ���������������������������''.'' . .        .  '   ' ;'"'--'"      V ' .      .->' '���������������������������   '  tremendous     Bargains    Will    Prevail    in   JEvery - Department  ���������������������������> - .        -.. .     ���������������������������     ..  , , -       <t  Dry Goods. Ready-to-Wear Men's Clothing- and Furnishings, Fittings, Fixtures and Equipment.   PRICES ARE JATERATjLY-  SLAUGHTERED.     TAKE  ADVANTAGE   AND STOCK1 UP   YOUR  FUTURE  WANTS.   VVe Can Mention Bat a, Few of tlie  Bargains Here, But Everything in the Store is Reduced for Quick ^ndTFirial"Clearance r  y  Here Are Some Snaps in Staples  25 pairs fine-quality Fleecy Flannelette Blankets,       "  Reg. $5.50 for, per pair   15 pairs Heavy Grey Blankets���������������������������Old price $8.00 pair,  going at, per pair : ~ ......  14 pairs Fine White Wool Blankets, large sizes,  Rcg. $16.50 for, per pair '. r-.-.- $12.00  70 Comforts���������������������������Soft,   downy   cotton-filled and well-covered.  .. ^Tremendously reduced to, each $7.25, $5.00, $3.50 and $275  ;   Several fine Imported Down Comforters,-satin parielsV r1: *;  V each, -V.VV;. .*.". SS.... Sr v....    $12.50 and'*$22.00  $3.75  $5.00  selling ?for, per pair,......:........... V.'..... /.ti,.. 70c  250. pairs \yiii tc Turkish Towels���������������������������prices '.slashed'" down to," V  .'per? pair ........-. V .V. ........*.* .,.*���������������������������'. VS. .-80c, 50C:aiij^4Q.c  Jrisdi Huckaback Towels, value today $l.O0pair, cut-downV  lO^-IJC^      lJc||J^      ������������������\     ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������     9^9     ���������������������������������������������*'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*     ���������������������������_������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������    J     ���������������������������     m    B       tM\3(-j  Roller.ToweJlings.by. the yard, soyic good stacjc among tliem,  v  clearing up at, per yard ...q'. ..,. V.....,.\%Vii\ T5c.& 20c  Irish pamask Napkins and Table Cloths all come^un^ler the  .Sale Knife. These arc*offeree) at "ahout onc-bajf to-day's  market prices. - -.-..���������������������������-��������������������������� .^.,   ,  Table Pahiasks by the yard���������������������������a few bojts of the goaded  stock, here at������������������ per yard "���������������������������"��������������������������� '���������������������������' '85c 8jif}.'$i*Q0  ftAMPOTTP Yon Will ffmr Sw  Aym ������������������Ml������������������e Price  1500 yards White FJcccy flannelette, worth 35c today, on  sate at, per yard  25c  480 yards Wliite fleecy flannelette, 36-hicbes wide, worth  SOc, ou sale at, per yard ��������������������������� 35c  J200 yards Striped flannelette, full 36-inclics wide; jn a  variety of striped designs, 50c value but worth more.. This  quality cannot he obtained today from the factory.1  Closing out sale, per yard 35c  . Grey UniQn_f_ia_iincl_Shiftings,_8 holts to he cleaned up quick,  ' 80c per yard, for '. ���������������������������*"��������������������������� 50c  SOc per yard, for 30c  Genuine Viyella flannels, sold everywhere today at $1.75,  here going at for, per yard  98c  These Press Goods Will Fly Away at Such  l������������������ow Prices  SHEPHEHD'S CHECK DRESS GOODS, 52-inches wide,  Beg. $1.00 for. per yard ' 59c  SCOTCH PUMPS AND FANCY PLAIP PRESS GOOPS  Reduced le, per yard $1-25, 98c and 75c  BLACK PRESS GOOPS, including some splendid serges and  other fabrics slaughtered down to less than wholesale at,  per yard 31.50, $1.25 and 98c  COIORED SERGES and ARMURE CLOTHS for suits and  dresses, per yard $1.50 ajld $1.00  LOOK!   Silks an4 Velvets to Go  750 YARDS RICH COLORED VELVETEENS and CORDUROYS���������������������������Sold by thc late owners at 85s, $1.00 and $1.25  yard, and prices will be higher this Fall.   Hrere's a marvelous opportunity, all onc price, per yard 69c  FRENCH SILK VELVETS and PLUSHES, all colors. Retails  in the city at $2.50. Marked here away below wholesale at,  per vard '��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� '���������������������������, .$1*25  CHINA SILKS in a lol of odd lengths and colors; 2 lots,  per yard 40c and 20c  PURE SILK HONANS in beautiful colors, 33 inches wide,  2-00 for, per vard $1.50  HEAVY QUALITY SILK POPLINS, CREPE DE CHINES  . .and GEORGETTES, reduced lo, per yard $1.50  HANDSOME DRESS SILKS and NOVELTY SKIRTING  SILKS, in rich plaids, stripes1 and brocades, values $3.50 to  $4.50.   These are high-grade silks equal to anything in thc  big cilics.    All reduced lo, per yard   $2.50  This Will Cause a Regular Flurry.   Ladies'  *  and Children's Ready-to-Wear  to Be Sacrificed  -Women's and Girls' Cloth and Tweed Coat's ..; .....,.'   .- =.. V .,..'....: Half Price.and Some Less  Women's Serges and Sillc Dresses V..........:'.:..:. 7:..   x.'.-;    Half Price and Some Less  Women's Cloth and Serge Skirts ....:....:../.  ��������������������������� "-..... .j....-. ss.. a. .. .y., ". Half Price and Some Less  .Women's House prcsssX ....... s   V'--hV/w .\o.v.'������������������S7S: S'/7i-{y7h....... Half Price and Some Less  Women's Suits-v.':'.-.-:/?::' Half Pi-ice, and Some Less  Somen's Petticoats aiid- Underskirts- ....... .*... V .. :"...".':-;  ���������������������������. Ss.. s. ss.....-. .v.-; .j?'s: .....s. Half Price ahd Some Less  Women's White Repp and Pique Skirts ..'./:.. ������������������....;.....  -..,..".;v -.t.y.....w Half Price and Some L*pss-  Children's Cotton Presses, dozens "of them,.......... v   .. 1 .s......._. V....;  Half"Price and Some Lews  -Women's Jap Crepe JCimonas, Beg. $2.75, Sale Price.. -$J.75  Kiddies' .Crepe gompcrs and frocks, ail going at. eq ' .. -9Qc  ��������������������������� ;      -" -       S' L ', '   ' V ''     --'%-   '    ' " ��������������������������� '   -*"  250 PA?^S Of LA GftACE ������������������nd Ptlieri CO^SpJ^S, growpedTn  ..One big lot.:   There are Corsets among tliem value up fa  . $4,00 pair.  Get yours at, per pair in.QO  Hf BP'S ANOTWf R LINP���������������������������T^e well-known "Gbssard" lace  in front Corsets.   Every pair cut down to less than cost I  nearly all JP49 models delivered in January-  The buyer is  with us to vouch for their newness. .  Bcgular price $3.00 for, rjcr pair .....: $2.25  - ,i.|  price $o.'/o tor, per p  l^APlfS' BBASSlfBfS���������������������������Gossard and other makes.    The  entire stock, 250 in one big lot; values up to $2.25 each.  Jl'ake your choice for, each   ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������  7.5c  :'t 'S  mgs  Poots mi Shoes for Men. Women aw|  ChiWrcn  Space prevents enumeration of thc many splendid offer-  here, but there is a stock of $18,000.00 to choose from of [  the best known brands', including Slater's "Invictus," Bells',  Kingsbury, Leckic and others. There arc some wonderful  bargains here, many lines going at about one-half to-day's  price.  PON'T FAJL TO VISIT THIS PEPT-  [I  Terms; Spot Cash; No Exchange; No Approbations 11  IN THE  W. R. Megaw, Ltd.  ilni  VERNON, B. C.  SALE CONDUCTORS  H.H. HOLLIER THOS. HARGREAVES  'j.-.-^fcir*���������������������������      -    .- j-     -  .   t   -     * t *  _4^ * ������������������ -     ���������������������������  |MEN,; Here Are Some Snaps for You  36 only Men's Fine Suits, serges and tweeds, values to    c   *  $35.00; all going in onc lot at, each \ .7 ;':.."..'.. .-$19/* ���������������������������  -38 {Only Men's .better grade Suits in fine serge, worsteds and V  c t\\eeds;.rii;tliis lot, values to $47.00, all at, each..... .$25.00  ;  47,Boys'AS^uitSi.strong, sturdy suits, well cut and well made..^  ^Allorie3price;;each ..: '..'.......;. V* -.".'....:..". ^$9.75^  Men's Qyerccats-and.tJlsters from, caclil.:. .$12.00 to J������������������25.00  Note���������������������������Every garment is worth about double price asked. V  100 [MEN'S FINE FELT HATS, Reg. $3.50 to $5.50 each;/  MEN'S STETSON. HATS in all colors and black; new models,  4clivcred-in:Febr.uary last; also including Pony-Ha ts, Cow-  ,-   "boy and Columbia shape.    Stetson Hats arc selling elsc-  where$8.00 and $9-00; your "choice here at, each .-...: S5.00 *~  ��������������������������� Meufs Furuifhiiijjs at ^Prices to  gs "'    ';:, Cawsr pxcitem^t:; /'.'-;-.; :/J- v  30(ld oz. duett's "Arrow" briuij Collars, rcg. 30c, on Sale at,V  ������������������&CjIKsoH c������������������Wars, values to SOc each, for 20c  SM Collars, plain and striped, 50c and 75c each, going at 35c  hundreds of colored Soft Collars, values up to 35c.  " .%^,9ch������������������ tor..'-* - ������������������������������������������������������.��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  J5c , S\  tycn's Lisle.Socles," rcg. 50c pair, at.3 pairs for ........ $LQQ.~i  ^eh's SilH Mercerized Socles, rcg. 60c and 75c, going at        . ^  3.pairs tor t.._.;.-_ ; ���������������������������...... ^qq  FfeF"8^1 Cashmere.Seeks, reg,..$L()0, but worth $L25    :  $|..jo today; clearing at, pair '.'.'.-...... .V. ........ ."60c  Men's Knit Wool Golf Stockings, reg. $2:50, on sale at $L50  Susiicnders-marked down from $L00 pair to ........; .60c ���������������������������:-.  Balbnggan Vests, and-Prawers, "Corona Mills" brand, sBld  everywhere at $1.00 and $L25, on sale bere ... V ... V. 75c  ^..\. P. Union Suits, reg. $2.00 each, reduced to ..... .$JL25  Stanfield's penman's, Jaeger's and Turnhull's Woolen Under- *  wear marked down to about half charged at regular stores.  Nearly 500 Men's Smart Shirts, soft and stiff cuffs; also fine  ^Neaiay^OO-McnVSniart-Shirtsrsoft-and^stifi^cutfsraJso^finc���������������������������  Vfvening Press Shirts, rcg. values $L75, $2.00, $2.50, all at,  -each .  $ji.25  Men's Work -Shirts of slrong/lrilJ and ducks, r.cg. $1.50 and  '$2.00���������������������������.alJ at, each  $L00  300. Men's- Khaki & Grey flannel Shirts, value $300, for $1.75  200 Men' Black Denim Overall, G. W. G. Brand, rcg. $2.50 and  Men's Blue Union-Made Striped Overalls, clearing al,  pair '   $f.25  Puces on Hosiery Cut Without  Mercy  ^100 pairs Ladies' Lisle Hose in numerous odd lots, values up  to 75c pair.   While lhcy last al, pair -.. . . 25c  Women's fine White Lisle Hose in all sizes cut down to pr 35c  Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose in chocolate brown (new), clearing  at, per pair 50c  Ladies' line Black Silk Ankle Hose, all sizes, value $1.00 pair,  for, pair  50c  Ladies' line Silk Lisle Hose, 75c value, cut down to, pair 50c  reduced lo, per pair 70c'  Penman's  Cashmere Hose,  today's value $1.75 and $2.00,  Sale Price, per pair   $1.00  Penman's Cashmere Hcsc, value $1.00 pair  reduced lo, per pair .' 70c  Ladies' Silk Hose all reduced in prices lo clean up quickly.  Per pair .' $1.75, $1.50, and $i.00  Infants' Socks and Lillle Stockings, a big lol at, pair .... 10c  Children's Mercerised Socks, colored lops, rcg. 40c, for 25c pr  Girls' Cashmere Hose, worth $1.00. today going at, pair, 50c  Boys' and Girls' sturdy Ribbed Stockings, all sizes, 50c and  65c, cut to, per pair 35c  500 pairs of Children's Hose in a big broken lot of oddments.  If you can find whal you want in them, values up to SOc.  all a I, per pair ��������������������������� 30c  M  -sal  -/>v.  a.i  ���������������������������Jos  gHgjgHB^^  E__-__-_T-____--m--^^  an OKAi\ A3 AN COMMONER  THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1919  mt+r^<t*&*ri  '~^������������������������������������������������������-*1 -^--- ��������������������������� -~^- ��������������������������� ���������������������������~- ^ -*��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������.-. -j^,^ ��������������������������� --. -���������������������������- ������������������ ������������������������������������������������������''Hb,������������������r>i*^in-r������������������rir*w~w~>i~*M~������������������r~irM^-^>r*>irM~w''- ��������������������������� **i* i* ���������������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ^^^^^^*^������������������   |<^M-))->r)JX<-M-w-|-j| .  ������������������feanagan Cmnmoner  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  something and go without in order to save. Before the war we used to" have what we wanted  and! go in debt. For our population Canada was  the greatest borrowing nation in the wTorkl. .We  had to do without during the war.J Every-cent  w^e can save now" helps not only'ourselves but  the country. It is better to pay interest to our  own people   at   home   than   to   anyone outside.  THE MACHINE GUN HEN  RANK LEGISLATION  hen, can any hen���������������������������no matter how pep-  fitl and ambiticins*���������������������������la^ thirteen eggs without  getting off her nest, all in one day? Don't J all. j  ;������������������p������������������ak at; once. Many people who said things ex-  a'ctly like those you are tempted to say have  cdiiiet o regard a well-known hen of West Salem,  ���������������������������Wi|i|oii!sin, "with awe and rever|bncq," They  f^jme to-scoff, and remained to admit that Gus  jRlloaesVWhite Rock hen was some hen, as it  wereV She���������������������������at is not fitting to speak of such a  l>?|[dy.as "it"��������������������������� she has been called "lhe machine:  gvjii|������������������pullet,'' or "the magazine hen-'' Affidavits  are on file as to her prowess, and she is honored  in; her own country of West Salem, no matter  what a.crude outside world may think of her  q-b^cmplishments. Hcr claini" to the egg-laying  championship of thc world is advanced in this  vj^-lwisc by thc LaCrossc (Wis.) Tribune & Leader  Press:  * V  "With a record of 151 eggs in onc month and  77 of these produced in a single week, a thrcc-  ^ear-old^White Rock hen owned by Gus Rhodes,  $r^������������������pcr*ous La Crosse valley farmer living onc  liiilc cast of West Salem, Wis., claims-the egg-  laying championship of thc world.  \- "Poultrymen who scoffed at the story when Mr  Rhodes first announced that he was getting*from  per day  from   one -hen, ancl  - [others who havc visited, thc farm during the last  week,and watched the hen perform on the hest  hiVM;ceased to laugh  when  the White. Rock's  The mighty purchasing power of  the Hudson's :Bay -Co. speaks  ECONOMY for uev<j^yf.one of its  patrons.        *-*-' ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������''.; | .*'.  ���������������������������      ���������������������������      \       -It.   .       ���������������������������  It ahs always been tlie policv of  this Company tori sell-the highest  grade of Merchandise at the fairest price and this Jims been strong-  ly pronounced during the rising  market period.    :���������������������������?���������������������������. ;,,   .=���������������������������,...  This week we demonstrate in: a,  forceful' mariner the full' fact of  our statement,, and? we are sure the-  thrifty housewife^ will appreciate  the special concessions Sve are offering during Economy Demonstration week.  Come to Vernon and inspect the  quality of our Merchandise, compare' our prices with those of the  larger city store.   .:.     ;       J       :   .--  A DOLLAR SAVED IS A  V DOLLAR GAINED  OUR BUYERS HAVE RETURNED  From the Eastern 'fashion centres  where they selected!the very latest  creations the cleverest artists could-  design���������������������������many special purchases  were made at advantageous prices.  These'we hand on to our customers  to their benefit.  OUR MEN'S SECTION  ���������������������������Many. very, new; styles are being ,  . shown  in   Men's r and   Boys'   Suits,  hew Shirts, -Ties,1 -Underwear.  . We -  invite you to look over the display, _  where true economic values can be  procured.  OUR LADIES'  WEAR DEPT.  There is no better selection shown  anywhere in the Interior, and the  "..Smart .'Suits are distinctive and exclusive.   There are no two the same  in; tiie the New York model suits.  OUR DRY GOODS DEPT.  For materials by the yard the display is greater than ever. Wool  Goods^ Silks, Cotton Fabrics, Hosiery, Gloves, etc., are arriving every,  day. ������������������  FOOTWEAR |  Children's J Boots-and Shoes-are "  a feature that we have" carefully  studied, and all the best lines are  carried in stock. In Ladies' and  Men's we carry nothing but THE  BEST.  OUR HARDWARE DEPT.  Uustairs we are showing a complete and extensive selection of the  best in Hardware, Enamelwcar and  Household   Supplies.  OUR MAIL ORDER DEPT.  Is   always  at  ymiij service. _W'e  deal as promptly as wc can with air  letters from our outside customers.  Politicians in their desire to curry favor with  thc returned soldier, are very liable'to britfg'fpi^'  ward legislation which has. the appearance, of.  looking after thc soldiers' interest bul iii/realify  is placing them at a distinct disadvantage and at'  the same lime works a hardship on a legitimate  business. JParticularly is this true of the legisiar  lion against real estate men collecting a Cpmmis-  , sion in connection with any land deal put thipugli,  the Soldier Settlement Board. Why expect;-*;  real estate dealer to give his time and business  facilities free of charge to the soldier,'when every  otherDlinc of business is collecting huge"comniisV'  sion on. every'.'other article bought by,_soldier.,or.-  civilian?   Why not compel, the banks-to cash all  -. soldier's cheques.: without deducting bSnfc? ^'x-  change, or,thcJrshpe man ;to- selLshoes^ the^gtooer  sell groceries,.the butcher sell'-meat, thefr81otliier  sell clothes, and so oh without end?.Vlf 6r������������������c.licensed businessman has to give up liis.commis*  sion to the returned men, why not all?  JFact is, there is a lof of buncombe about/much  of this legislation for. lhc returned soldier. The  returned soldiers wc have come in contact .with;  arc as capable of looking after their own interests  as; the rest of us���������������������������and quite as willing to do. so  without any assistance���������������������������well-intended but much  over-estimated���������������������������non    the   part - of   various   fat  THE  !      \\ VERNON, B .C.      BRITISH COLUMBIA INTERIOR STORE  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-21018.  ii-  aclifji^vciiients arc mentioned.   "In all seriousness  thcyfare willing to take oath that the hen is "der  liycring^the goods" dxactly as represented.;  ,;;l"At first qustionihg ,thc record of the ^Vcii's  laying pjrocliviticsl during.;the::month  of.VMay,  wiien is^xvas kept by. Mris.'iRliddes, the skeptics,  Some ofrwhom Avere oiiVthe premises:.\vhcn?the  hen lastJMonday laid- sixteen eggs inlhe^ljeriodj        ~   ,        -" -������������������������������������������������������ v,    , ,i   n.  ,    .     ...   ->���������������������������  ���������������������������r \AuS.S.t,  ..   ^wA-'i-ii ���������������������������   i   r-%   -i-'-t-     -lcn is three ycars old, although hc is not positive*  ot ten hours, now regard the remarkable chicken        .,   . J - *   :* -   >  ?n that score. .   .  . "This1 White.Rock hen is a large bird, but.not  of unusual sizcj although jher posterior quarters  arc larger than .found on any other chicken in a  Jargc.flocli^on the farm. She is fat and docile; a  yoracioiis cater, when ofi* the nest ancl'^consumes  :'i'large amount of grain. Miv Rhodes, believes tlie  salaried government appointees.   Il is a fact, too,4^UJ)c 3j cjcvcn; Junc ,|5 OJlc  that the returned soldier who is  lodav making  good is' thc man who did not wait for-any,gov  with a feeling of awe or reverence. ���������������������������'  S> And after J. H. Benson, La Crosse poultry fan  ciei:, who went to the Rhodes.farm and caniped  llOhc barn with, the chicken for two .davs, an-  pcarcd in the otficc of the County Court Judge*  John Brindley and made affidavit that hc.saw.the  hen lay^thirtcen of these sixteen eggs in onic 'sitting of four hours, without stopping tomcat,- 'drink(  divevenicacklc, the skeptics arc-willing to accept  as'.a verify th'e daily egg-laying record jjiCibinitted  by Mr. Rhodes since Mrs. VVhite-Rock-set out to  establish;.a new world's record. Here'iHs: "���������������������������". r  "^'May'Jj four eggs; May 4, three; May 5, four;  May 6, five; May 7, six; May 8, four; May 9, three.  "The Jlicn laid no more eggs until' May 20,:.  when sliV started with five. .Her. record for tbe.  balance of the month follows: >fay 20, five; May  21, none; May 22, six; May 23, four; May 24,  seven; May 25,f four]"May 26, nine; May 27, nine;  May 28, eleven; May 29, ten; May 30, fourteen;  May 31,f 'ourlecn; June11, one; June 2, sixteen;  ; "The eggs,laid by this hen arc of normal size  lave full hard shells and single yolks.   A number  jf the eggs havc been aiscd- for setting purposes  JJ.mder other hens, ahd all have been .found to be  \*  j ,    - ������������������<���������������������������*���������������������������"  a^-  believe m.������������������Lr^  fertile.    ..������������������,...   .  Si "LajCrossc peopleSyon't ].  "West Salem cloes. I   '[  *  "A-few from this city arc bonvift'eed that it is  V/^:/.,//:/^//// 7/^ .w   " "J.^H. Bensoii; LaCrossc chicken fancier, on  jyVeclnesday, .afternoon   appeared   before ^Jhdge  Prindley of the county cour^tj WlV^re .lie took an ,  jath ;tbat lie bad watchecf t|ic hW- lay fourteen  : .ggs in one day.   His affidavit follows:  "Mrs. White Rock is an exclusive hen.   Jfrom  tlie first day when she slarled in hcr record egg-  crnmcnl board or commission to find hint^jol* ^ying carccl% g,lc jias rcfuscd lo jay unless ad  or a piece of land, but wcnl lo work as soon as he  rested up aflcr reaching homc and made his own  opportunity. By all means, give thc returned-"  men the best in thc land! But give it to them,,  without so much talk about it, and let them .get  to work. Cut.out the political clap-trap-j7.an<{  b������������������oob talk. 'JJJVv  i ���������������������������. f.j /.  TH^HPr TO success  It seems to us it would be good policy for. the  National War Savings Committee lo publish a  statement each month showing thc success of the.  thrift campaign it has been conducting in Canada  tlie past half-year, or morc. Thc present policy  appears to lack enthusiasm. Whether il is as  Jacking in results il would bc unwise lo say until  some slalemenl appears which will give somc  inkling of what amount has becn subscribed.  The first object of this thrift campaign is to  raise $50,000,000 J'or credits (luring the recon-*  slruclion period. Secondly il is a scheme to  ealelvlhc man, woman and child who could not  help, on llie Victory .Loans but who can help by  saving 25c a lime at no slated period, but as  often and as regularly as possible. It is. also lo  help those who wished bul had nol the power to  lake more bonds. Thirdly,* it is���������������������������most important of all-rVa scheme to continue the good  accomplished during the war .to teach us all to  save-  Every big fortune was built up in the first  place by small savings. It is the first $1,000 that-  is so hard-to get. Thc man or woman oi\ thc  child who never learns lo save will never make  a .success of fife. The key to success is thrift..  The will to succeed begins when you pit I away  ii'iiittcd to thc barn.  "Mr. Rhodes' attention was first attracted to  't!jc*lien in April, when on several days at noon  he found thc bird hovering around thc barn door  awaiting a chance to enter the building when the  horses were put in for thc noon-day feeding.,And  each clay that the Jicn was admitted lo lhc barn,  liejfounf^fin thc evening from two To six eggs Tn  tuibMiiTOJ|g**^r^  ^itej^icngp thc building.   Right there Mrs. White  ]p6clc^^an lo gctffaiiipus. ,;,'^  ���������������������������'SlilPl was afraid to Icll my neighbors, for f  knew they would laiigh, and I could hardly believe it myself,' said Mr- Rhodes. "To bc sure we  were right, I began lo watch thc hen. When I  saw hcr lay three and four eggs at onc silting I  knew the lime had come to begin lo do a little  crowing myself, and I told my neighbors and  people in thc village and invited them lo come  and see for themselves.  I ." 'J. II. Benson came out froni La Crosse early  lasl Sunday and watched the hen constantly all  day. There were hundreds of persons here'during the day, and I suppose the excitement of the  the occasion had its efleet for the hen laid only  one egg. Mr. Benson decided to stay oyer night  and watch the hen another day. And he.ccrtainly  watched her. When Uie hen clambered into the  nest finally," Monday,"Mr. Benson sat down in a  rocking chair in the bam near by and never took  his eyes off the nest until the chicken had finally  arose four hours later and hopped down onto  lhe barn floor.  "Mr. Benson found the hen had laid in this one  sitting thirteen eggs. Later in the day she laid  two more eggs, bat Benson.was gone. He went  to the village to tell about it I" guess. He didn'l  return lo thc farm."  "Jf. H- Benson, being first duly sworn on oatb  to tell tbe trutb and nothing but the truth concerning tiie ndrc7culous..prpduction of eggs by a  certain hen on tiie GusTftjfodcs fjffni'onc and one-  fialf miles cast of llie. yiljagc of West Salem, LaCrossc'county., says: 'Myr; name is .4. H- Benson,  aud I livcTnfthc city of.ta CrpsstyWis.; at 228  North TwentfetjV strccjtj': Tbe first time f visited  the fUiodcs farm wafftSl? N1C 29M ^V ������������������* ^a>7'  1919. f arrived at.7 o'clock in the morning. Between lhaCtimc and 3 o'clock in the afternoon  of the same day tlie hen laid three eggs. ? next  visited lhc farm,pii the first day of Junc, 1919, =1  got there at 3 o'clocjv in Uie afternoon and stayed  all night. I went to the lien lioijsc about 7 o'clock  n thc morning, and saw lhc ben jump from her  roosting pole down.on tbe floor, and as she lit  _fio.droppcd-an egg-.(Iaid.an.cgg.L_ JLsawJM.hcn  noon.    From that time until noon she laid two'  more eggs, and was on-the nest when I went to  dinner.   Before I went to dinner I got somc finc.j  wire screen and; seciirely covered hcr^so no other 1  hen could* get :ihto .the nest-with'^her.    When I *  got back -io hcrl nest froni dinner there was no ���������������������������  more eggs in the;ncst.   I took %6fl-.-the: screen and  watched  licr  diligently  lintiL 3 ^o'clock in   the  afternoon, same day, when shc, the heri; got off  her nest and I counted Jt.3. eggs in the nest, all laicfcj  by the same, hen and of normal- size.. There5 was  nol at any time another hen in tlie barn.. If .any-j  one had put aivcgg in the nest I woulcLjhavcsecn  themulcV.so and I solemnly.swear.^'thaVno person*  did puHin egg intllat nest aiid that no'other hen  had access"to the nest or: the barn...At noon that j  clay Mr. Rhodes and his son helped me put thel  wire screen over thc'hch when I went to dinner;  'iiisidC'frtSm that time no:other peojple were in thej  barn that day Avhile I was'there until 3:o'clockj  hi the-afternoon Nvlteri J left: for home.- V:  Signed J. H- penson; subscribed and sworn to I  before me tbis 4th day of Jwne, J;919,: Jplm Prind- J  ley, county judge.*      ; -   ; ��������������������������� ,\  "1 am tbe only man in tlie world wlio lias secril  a lien lay 13 eggs without getting off the nest, all\|  n one day,* said Mv. Benson "  **WW0:eAVs^p THP -0iW������������������T  i"r  ;  JLJnclcr tl?is lipading tbe Ottawa Veteran, official'^  organ of file National War Veterans Association J  pertinently says: "Hon Arthur Mcighcn, speaking ]  the other day at port Credit, appealed for "sane  thinking, for sober common sense, to tide tbcj  country over, Ibc disturbed period througb whicb,-j  in common with civilized nations throughout tlic^  world, it is now passing."   "Sane thinking" and;  "sober common sense" should materially cliangej  &g Rgg!0������������������"gljtf the next federal Goveynniept,{  (same lien)   go from the hciiroost to the bam besides ^m^he~cou���������������������������fvy 0"vcf q^JistWliccKl  >vhcrc 1 madc\a nbstlfor her intfcc barnin STSoi: .pcriod'V which' protected, profiteering ba^cpro-.  5hc went on the nest':at 10 o'clock in the fore-lduccd.'V  ,���������������������������-.  Palace livery  Pd. Sparrow, Frop.  If vou want a good driver, we  havcMl. All kinds of light and  heavv draying. Team work of  all kinds.   Harness repaired.  Vernon Road  Enderby  PAINT YOUR  OUTBUILDING  Xow is !he time, before winter sets  in.   Try buv price.  Box -13  Enderby, B.G  C. G. PIPER   I '  Box 43  Enderby  MEN!  You sfcouW see our new line of  fALL SUIT  Come in and Jet us take your  measure  for   tbat New  Fall -'  ��������������������������� *���������������������������     t.������������������ SuWft. . -.SA  JB. B. 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GLENEMMA NOTES
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' JMiss K: Piggott has accepted
the position as teacher at the
Heywood's corner school.
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. Two deer were shot on the
opening  day - by    Charlie  and
Walter Schweb.
X
The splendid rains lately have
put all thc bush fires out and are
a great help to the pasture, fruit,
and potato crops, also in the fall
plowing.
AOKAXAS4N COMMONERS
was  elected   school .trustee. in
Srzr
Mr. G. Culling, our returned prary school house. Mr. X.O'Neil
soldier, who was instructor in
the army, has ^accepted; sb joo
with  the railway surveyors ifi
Major Leslie's gang.
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Some  stir  has  been  created
lately about  the  shooting of a,
deer out of season, and a few" of
our sports got it in  the neck.
We hope this will bc a lesson to
others. r        -  .'
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The    Salmon   Valley    school
opened' on the 15th   with Miss
Fraser as teacher, in the-tern,-
Growing Some !
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of.*
Last spring we enlarged, again we are
at it. This time we have extended as far
back as possible; tho next move will be a
new store.
Wo owe our success to the Public, and
now as we will be better able to serve, we
again extend to you our welcome.
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Sikersmifl^
jplhce of Mr. Scott.
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The Salmon Valley temporary
school is expected to open shortly. It is much regretted that the
old one burned down. So far
the guilty person or party is still
at large. A .new school has to
be built as soon as possible-
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The railroad building is making some progress; Quite a large
party are now on Mr. K. Sweet's
placed and a number of settlers
are burning the,slashing on the
right of way cut some time ago.
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, Mr. Bert Pierce of Falkland is
seriously ill in the Vernon hospital with creeping paralysis,
which is drawing near his heart.
There is doubt of his recovery,
wc arc sorry to say, as Bert is a
fine. boy.
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Only one -lone salmon has
been seen in thc river this sca-
The Morgan hill on the main
road to Armstrong has been improved this summer by a better
grade. The work was done by
Mr;-Sid Scott and his gang, and
through the favor .of Mr. K. C.
MacDonald, M.P.P.
Rev. DivjC. H. Huestes of Red
Deer, Alta., representing the
Lord's Day Alliance, was driven
to Glenemma on Saturday by
Mr. Michener of Pleasant Valley^
iii,company. with Mr. Parks and
Mrs. Michener. Service was held
at the house of Mr. W.; Petrie.
(Dn Saturday, Sept. 6tli, it being the last Scripture Union
���������meeting-held at Glenemma Hall,
withMrs.Fisher and JMr.-Wilfred
Fisher in charge, Mrs. Fisher
ancl hcr son found a surprise in
store for them in the token of
a gift of a splendid fountain pen
for Mr.- Fishery and a cold meat
fork for Mrs- Fisher, from thc
been in charge. The address was
ably responded to.
Mr. anpVMrs. Fisher and her
two sonsV/^Vilfred and' Digby,
have sold their two farms to Mr.
Brown, a returned soldier. It is
Avith deep, regret tliat we learn'
the Fisher, family are leaving
soon for   England,   where the
sons named will help on the
missionary work in Africa. We
must say that they have been a
greaf J help both at Glenemma
and Falkland, and also at Martens, in^the Paxon Valley. In
thesethree places they held services regularly for some years.
Bon voyage! v
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son. Wc could well throw in Scripture Union, and an address
our lot with thc Mabel Lake cor- given by Miss E. Kncllcr, thank-
respondent ancl say why restrict ing them for the help that has
the use of the fish spear?   What been derived during the years
good is a spear, anyway?
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[that Mrs. Fisher aiid her son had
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"Want Ads." Bring Results OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1919  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description  of Property  Arrears of  all Taxes  Int.  Costs  &  Expenses  Total  White Valley Creamery Co.  Bessette, Peter, Estate of   .  TAX SALES  VERAO/i ^SSESSAErtT DISTRICT  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE lhat, on lhe 9th day, of October, 1919, at the-hour "of 2 p. m..,  at .the Court House.V crnon, I will sell at.public auction the land on thc- list hereinafter set  out, of the persons in said list -hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons  on the 31st dav of December, 1918, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the costs of  advertising said sale, if the total amount due for period ending 31st December, 1917, is not  sooner paid. . <>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'  The Collector will be pleased to receive any iniormation respecting the following list  where the owner is a* member of thc Allied Forces and entitled lo the benefits of section 29 of  the "Taxation Amendment Act, 1918." J  LIST  OF PROPERTIES  Pickering,   James  Antwerp Ranch  French   Bros.   .  Name   of   Person 'Assessed  Short  Description   of  Property  Arrears of  all   Taxes  Int.  Costs &  Expenses  Total  Blurton,   Henry   J.  Little,   Charles   AV..  HipIcy,   J.      Millctlo,   Domimck  Bunnell,'   E   Dean,   Fred       Davics, H.  0   Unknown       Unknown     <   McWhirter,  A.,  Estate of  Garden,   Charles      Little,   Chas.   AV   Brundish,  B., Estate. .   . .  Mathews,  E.. -.       .Johnson,.   Albert       Wade, D   Beinhard,  Mrs.   L   McGuire,   Elizabeth   .....  Curtis,  A. -J.  W.  Cowell, Win. S.  Campbell, S. A.  Dodge, Henry D   Wilson, H. R   Davies, li. G. .-���������������������������,-���������������������������,���������������������������  Moll'et, F. V., Jr. and Miss Mabel  Backhouse,   Arthur      Tolmie, S. F   Dunwoodie,   Joseph      Lawes, G. li   Spear, R...T. & Treherne, II. R. .  Fiie,  Philip J. ,   Unknown     r.. . .   Rosoman,   Percy  Reiser,   Nicholas  McCutchcon  Bros   Poison, . Samuel o   Smith, John Henry .......... ���������������������������  Bailev, Wm.   B.V.;  Estate oi,  and  Oliver   Harvey      Richards,  E.  A.  S.   .  Shatford. S. A   Vernon Jockey Club  Shcmc,   E.   A   Mitchell, W. S.   . ....  Chapman,   Harry   . . .  McMullen, A. J   O'Neal,   Samuel  Heggie, George  Scotch   Syndicate  Pow, F. G   McLean,  ���������������������������Mrs. Eva  Curtis,   ll..     Mickleborough,   George-'  ���������������������������"CI a rke*r^lT-=Lr-~.~ :~rr r ���������������������������.-  Griffin,  Joseph      Wye, J. II.     Wade,  F.  C ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Kerr. W. L. & Robinson, I. J.  Sinclair,   J.   A   Smilh.  T.  F   Henderson,   G.   A   Reinhard,  G.  F   French   Bros   Harvey,  James      Shannon.   W.  J   Harris. E. L. & L   Campbell,  J.  C   Fulton.- Clarence      Campbell. A.  Isabella      Wilson, Mrs. Mary   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Campbell.   FJ.   H   Wviglev,   W.   W.    . ���������������������������  O'Neil,   Frank   Anderson, Mrs.  C. V. R   Hillier, S. G.   Campbell, B. R *.  TTaldanc. Airs.      French   Bros.     ���������������������������   Sutherland, J. G._   Ellison, Price, Estate or   Walts,  A.   E.   Bvcrs,   Edward       La ing, Thos^ E   Johnson. C. E. Wynn  Moore,   H.   I)   .Takcman,  Arthur   . . . .  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  Harrington,  Mrs. Rose  Plimley,  Thomas  Chmcss, John      Jackson,  Waller      Gillians.   J   Derby, J. II   Township 20, Range 8  I'r N% of NW. y.  & N'V6 of XEV,,  Sec 4     Fr NWV,, Sec 4      Fr SE y,   Sec 0 & Fr XE %  Sec 31,  Tp li), R 8   Fr Sec  8.  .Map  135-10   \V%   of   NW'/,,   Sec   10   &   S'/o   of  SWy,   Sec 15   Fr SWi/,   Sec 15   J   Lot 4, Sub Sec 22, Map 1471   Township 10, R'nige 9  sLot 19, Mail 503   Lot 49, Map 1010   Fr E%, Sec 2    -....:    XEVt   Sec   3    ���������������������������:-.   Fr SEy,,  Sec 13   ...... V   SE1/;   Sec 15    - ,  NE1/.,  Sec   29    X '/j  of SEy,, Sec 29  . ..'V   WVi of SEy, & EVi of SWVi, Sec 32  XFy,   of NWy,, Sec 32     Sy.������������������  of NEi/i, Sec 32   .:   Township 18, Kange 10 .  Wi/. of SEi/i, Sec. 19 .7. '   Fr NW 14 . Sec 19   .:':..-   S%  of EM..  SEM, Sec 31 & S%  of  .    W>/, of SWVi, Sec 32;.   Township 18, Range 9  Fr SE1-4 Sec 21, Map 1293     Lot 2, Sub Lot 159   . . S.   Lot 7 & Fr Lot 8, Sub Lot 159 .  Fr Lot 4. Sub Lot 220, Map 1094 . .  Lot 4, Sub 220 G..l,.Map .1293   Lot  2,  Map   1179   ..'...7   Lot 3, Map  1179   Fr S 1-2 Sec 35 & Fr X 1-2 Sec 35 .  SW 1-4, Sec 21   . . :- J . . . . .   Fr SE 1-4, Sec 27   V; '   Fr S 112  Sec 27   . ..:V V. ...... . J  W 1-2 of SW 1-4, Sec 27 J   Fr N 1-2, Sec 34   .'. ...   .-.:��������������������������� ATownship 18, Range 8?r\  [Fr NE  1-4,  Sec  30    ;..  *   ���������������������������        Township 5 ������������������  S 1-2 of N 1-2 of SW 1-4 of NE 1-4,  Sec 19 '.'   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 Lot 81.. Map 351,  B. X   Lol  40,  Map  351      Lot  2,  Map   9    J ,  I'r Lots 25, 28,.Sub E 1-2, Sec 2 . .  Fr   Lot 28. Sub E 1-2, Sec 2 . .-   Fr Lot 42, Map 474  . . . '.V   Fr NE 1-4. Sec 3      Lots  11,  12. Map 939    :   Lol 40, Sub Sec .12, Map 780 . .  Lot 4, Blk 5, Map 749   Lois 3(5, 37, Sub Sec 22, Map 330  Township 9  I'rs  Sees   19,  30      Fr NW 1-4, Sec 19 & Fr Lot 62, G.  1,  Map   B501;   Lots  1,  2,  3,  Sub  W 1-2, Sec 19; Lot 4 & Lake  Frontage, Sub L, 02 G.l. Map 1103  and E 1-2 SW 1-4, Sec'19    Lots (5. 7, Sub Sec 20, Map 192  ...  -L()1-30rJ3Hv=E=&J-oUl,-JJllfe-E,-AIup-  210      Fr 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 D, Sub Sec 28, Map 199  Lots 1, 10, Blk E. Sub Sec 28     Lois  I, 5, Blk E & Lot 1, Blk Z, Map  210   Lot  3,  Sub  Sec 28    : '.  Lois 11  to 13. & X 1-2 Sub Sec 22,  Map 522   . .'   Lot  I, Sub Lol 20, Sec 22. Map 410  Fr X   1-2.  Sec  25   I'i- SW   1-1,  Sec 27,  Lots 12 to  19,  Map 455      Fr  Lot  02  G.   1   Fr  Lot   (15  G.   1   Lot   10,  Sub   Lot  00. G.   1.  Map  5Of  Lots I   2, Sub E 1-2 Soc 3y. Map 291  IJJ  1-2  Lot (>.  Blk   1, Map  1294    .  AV 1-2. Lot 1.1.  Blk 1, Mai) 1204   ...  Lot 2.->', Blk i. Map 1294 '   Lois .7, t<, Blk 2, Map 1294. ...... . .  Lots 9, 10.  Blk 2. Map 1294   .......  Lol 12, Sub K 12, Sec 35. Map 291  Lot 10, Sub E 1-2, Sec 35, Map 291  and  I-: 1-2  Lot 1^   AV  1-2   Lol   17,  Sub E,  1-2  Sec  35,  .Map  291   .........    Loi  1, Sub S 1-2. Sec 3(1, Map 411  Lots  0.   .11,   10.  Sub  S   1-2,  Sec  30,  .Map'411      Lol 18, Sub S 1-2, Sec 3d, Map -111  Brickvarcl and Lot 10a, Map 550  . .  Lol 4, Sub Sees 27, 35, Map 550   . .  Lol 3, Map  1131   Toivnshi-p 13  SE 1-1, Fr SW 1-4 of XE 1-4, Fr S  1-2 <������������������r SW   1-1, Sec 4      Fr K 1-2. -Sec 14       Lots  1,  4,   Blk  2,   Sub   Lol   0   G.   1,  S 1-2 Lots I, 5, Blk 2, Sub Lot (3 G.l,  Map  209   Lois 81, 82.  Map  197      Vv Lot 0 G. 1      I'r Lot 0 G.  1      Lol   1,  Blk   ),   Map   0       Lol 5, Blk ?>, Map 730      Lot 0, Blk 7, Map 730     07.00  90.40  01.00  4.50  80.20  10.05  12.05  94.93  $3.00  8   74.93  7.22  .   3.00  100.02  5.25  3.00  09.85  .25  2.00  0.75  G.91  3.00  90?17  .72  3.00  ���������������������������   13.77  1.03  3.00  10.08  Derby, -J. H.   ....  Carlwright, Jos.,  Estate of  Rammell, Rev. AV.  Dcnison, Norman  Hay cow   &   Clark"  Sigalct, A. A.  H.  .......  Lippincott  Abbott & Smither:  31.22  3.75  3.00  35.12  4.22  3.00  39.50  2.37  3.00  48.00  3.99  3.00  80.08  7.97  ��������������������������� 3.00  34.00  3.13  3.00  32.00  2.40  3.00  19.20  1.34  3.00  32.00  2.40  3.00  40.00  C.58  3.00  53.00 |  0.03  3.00  37.97  42.34  44.87  54.99  97.05  40.73  37.40  23.54  37.40  49.58  02.03  Hanson,  C.  L.  '.   AVernicka,   Fred    .   Hammond,   Frecl    ���������������������������".-S: :. .  Camagna,   Edward    ............  Thompson, W. S., & Fletcher, IJ.  Hanson, C. L -.Si   Coates, Horace Weldon   .'   Smilh, A. E   Doherty, E.  E   Britten, J. N   Puckett, S. S ' "  Plank, A. F   Esperson,  C.  C :...".. ,  Bogardus, A. I3.   .'V ..... .  Hinchclille, II   Bear,  James      Hallows, J.. AV    .   Steele, J; C.  ." 7..."  Sprague,  E. V '  27.50  3.00  28.75  4.85  14.00  10.00  58.77  19.70  467.00  39.00  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  2(51.85  369.00  40.05  0.00  82.30  184.95  510.00  82.50  2.oo  .19  2.79  3.������������������i0  3.00  3.00  .... ...   Eoveday, F. E   a.,.u������������������ Henderson Investment Co. Ltd.  .72  J5.00  '   1.95  3.00  1.25  3.00  5.30  3.00  1.04  3.00  44.04  3.00  5.40  3.00  1.80  3.00  3.97  3;00:  11.01  .3.00  21.7-1  3.00  .94  2.05  2.50  2 39  2.05  8.17  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  " 5.17  3.00  5.22  3.00  1.50  3.00  18.35  3.00  65.90  3.00  0.50  3.00  1.00  2.00  11.19  3.00  13.40  3.00  32.10  3.00  7.30  3.00  16.20   |    1.27  552.09  100.00  87.60  238.22  25.00  01.00  83.00  83.00  43.00  21.30  27.00  785.20  339.20  300.50  48.00  40.20  312.80  4.30  1.35  4.00  14.-84  0.00  ( 18.00  100.00  30.00  27.28  122.50  20.40  24.50  20.20  G.00  100.00  289.00  S.52  18.70  11.-1(1  43.50  28.40  250.00  30.10  18.00  08.77  9.30  9.45  22.16  2.32  5.50  8.25  8.25  10.15  1.00  3.54  8S.09  33.30  35.03  3.00  3.10  31.33  .59  .14  .30  1.54  .39  1.34  9.30  2.2-1  4.47  11.31  3.71  4.47  3.15  .44  7.50  20.14  .04  1.82  .08  3.91  2.14  22.05  2.84  1.24  2.00  3.00  3.00  0.19  34.54  8.57  18.95  14.85  67.07  24.34  514.04  48.00  18.14  s 34.82  98.02  171.24  18.94  30.90  33.46  30.32  27.37  58.37  .83.17  62.22  <24.50  283.20  437.90  56.15  9.00  96.49  20 J.35  545.10  92.80  19.47  624.46  112.30  McCrary Wesley, Estate of  Murray,   W.      Kilpatrick,  Thos  Unknown  Fleming,  Thos.  Jclferson  Unknown' . . . .'  Smith, Harry .,  Otness, Melvin .  Morrow, John  Johnson, Mrs. E  Unknown   .   ...  Unknown      Unknown   ......  Foster, JL B.  ...  Holmes, G. H.  Topham, Mrs.  Bryant, J?rciJ  .  Robertson, J. J  Robinson, Geo  Jarvis, W. H r.  Reeston,   Alfred      Bolger, JJ)r. James     Bowsher, J-.  H.   Swinburne, Francis  Louisa  Agnes   ..  .  '. & Cantwcil/jV. J.  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  2.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  2.00  3.00  3.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  "100.05  263.38  30.32  69.50  94.85  94.85  56.15  25.90  33.14  876.29  375.56  404.53  54.00  52.36  347.13  6.89  3.49  0.30  18.38  8.39  22.34  112.30  35.24  34.75  130.81  33.11  31.97  32.35  8.44  110.50  318.14  11.10  *>'->. 5 *>  , 14J18  50.41  32.54  274.05  34.94  21.84  Bailey. J. A   I-oveihiy, F. E. &  Robinson,   Norman-  Megaw, W. R.  .   Wood, E-  A   Monsecs, p. L :  Monsees, A. Ji   Harvey, James      Warner, J. N   Costerton, C. F.  ......  Groves,  F.  Wr.   ......  A.  Harvey, Mrs.  Bhcam._.Mrs.  A,  Harvey, James  Baker, Albert E   Unknown       Dickey, H. M   Unknown       Unknown       Boetlgcr,  Mrs.   Kate  13.   . .  Ross, A. G   Wilkie. Victoria Elizabeth  Huckcll, A. J., Instate of . .  Harvey, James      Harvey, James      Harvey, James      Reiner,   Franz      McClure, John Juliu*  Jenkins. Maxwell & Co., Ltd  Buck,   C.   G.   Robertson, Ronald II   McKinley, Ernest  ...........  Lang, -Mrs. C. li.  . . . *. .  Clower,   Amos   .............  Tealher, Ernest Alv.cy .......  Thos.  C.   . .  C ;..-  W. .'  Maxwell, Mrs.  Krukerhers, F.  Shuckburg, W.  Uyamaka,   V.   .  Brown,   Rev.   C.  McGalUn,   \X.   A.   .  Ciaccia.   Ambrogio  Roberlson,   Edwin  ftogcrs,   Leslie   . . .  Paulson,  Lndwig   .  Sinclair, Wm.  B.. .  Evans,   Arthur   . . .  Murray,  Wm.  Hattcnbury. JJ).  Swanson. Fred  Burlch,   T.    .   Clement, XV. J. & Simpson,  Morrison, J. A   Poole, A.  C   Sutherland.  Mabel  May   . .  Johnson. Chas.  G   Cameron,   J.   A.   .........  Kerr, Geo. II   II.  S. M.  Township 3  Lot   and   Buildings    . . .   Fr Lot 18, Fr Lot 104 G.l  .....  Lot 409, G   1.   ...... :..V.  S 1-2 of SW 1-4, Sec 6, Tp 40  .  NW 1-4 & N 1-2 SAV -14, Sec 31,  41  .  NAV 1-4 Sec 7 ..'..'.'..'  To.wnship 6  NE 1-4 Sec 10 & NAV 1-4 Sec 11  NW 1-4, & N 1-2  SAV 1-4, Sec  Tp  41   Township 40  Fr SAV 1-4 Sec 7, Fr SW 1-4 Sec  & Lot 1373, G. 1       ..  Fr SE 1-4 Sec 25 & SAV 1-4 Sec  Tp 44   Township 41  NE 1-4 Sec 14   SE 1-4 Sec 14  ........   S 1-2 SE 1-4 Sec 28 . ..   Tp  31,  17  30,  196.35  1305.60  40.00  7.50  191.84  151.30  45.00  40.00  .18.00  20.00  35.39  2.00  87.42 |  3.00  3.00 1  3.00 |  .48  16.54  10.27  2.92  3.00  .85  1.86  Township 43  |AV 1-2 Sec 17, E "1-2 Sec 18, SE  I     Sec 19 & SW 1-4 Sec 20 .   Township 57  |SAV 1-4 Sec 25     Township 45  NE 1-4 Sec 8 & Fr NAV 1-4  NE 1.-4 Sec 14 & SE 1-4 Sec  SW 1-4  Soc 20   NAV 1-4 Sec 28     Im- NE 1-4 Sec 33   Lots 51, 52, 70, 105, 100, E  1-4  300.00  I 22.50  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  cc  3  19.  1-2  134,  78, Map 603  Lots  135,1  95.  221,  Lot  88, Map  063      AV 1-2 Lol 134, Map 663  Lot 149, Map 603  ......  Lot 161, Map 603     Lol 18S, Map 663     Lot 191, Map 663   Lots 192, 193. Map 663  Lot 215,-AIap 663     Lot 216, Map 603  ......  Lot 219, Alap 663     W 1-2. Lot 223, Map 003  Lot 254, Map 003      Lot 268, -Map 663   Towns-hip  14  SW 1-4 Sec 4 & NAV 1-4 Sec 33   AV 1-2 of SE 1-4 & AV 1-2 Sec 26 \&  .AV  1-2 Sec 35   SW. 1-4 Sec 27  . _ :  North 80 Jic of Fr AV. 1-2 of AV 1-2  of NE 1-4 & NW 1-4 Sec 28, & 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, Bik 31      Lots 1 to 5.. Blk 32   Lots  1, 2,  Blk 33    .-   Lois 1 lo 10, J31k 34   Lots 1, 2, Blk 350. :...-...  Lots 1, 2. Blk 36 '   Lots 1, 2, 3, Blk 37     Lots 1, 2, 131k 38      Fr Lots 1 & 2. 131k 39, Subd Sec 8  & 17, Map 712       :.:...  Lot 9, 131k 1, Map  1060   Lot   12,  131k  1,  Lots  13,  16,   Blk  2,  - Map a066    . . . ".-.   Lot 23. Blk 1. Map.lOOft"- V  Lots 2, 12, 131k 2, Map 1066 V  Lot 4, Blk 2, Map 1066s .\. .  Lot 17, Blk 2, Map 1066       Lot 18, Blk 2, Map 1066 ..... /. .  Lot 25, Blk 2, Map 1066 . .   Lot 26, Blk.2, Map 1066    Lot 27, Blk 2, Map 1066   Lots 7-23, Blk 3, Map 1066   Lots 12,  16, Blk 3, Map 1,066      Lot 15, Blk 3. Map 1066 .   Lot 27. Blk 3, Map 10GG.   .. ..  Lot' 12, Map 808   Lot 13.. Map 808    ;.   Lot 19; Map 808      AV 1-2 Lot 41, Map 808   Fr  Lot  41,  Map  808      Fr  Lot   41.  Map  808      S 1-2 Sub O, Lot 68, Map 975  . ... .  Township 20  Fr NE 1-4 Sec 1   S 1-2 of SE 1-1 Sec 33   Lot 2, Blk 8, Sub Lots 1, 2, 27-444,  Map   540       E 1-2 Lot 10, Map 444      Fr Lot 24. Map 444     Lot 30, Map 444          Lot 51, Map 444   .   Lot 05, Map 444   . . :   Lot 102. Map 444 . ..  Lots 108 to 112, Map  Lots 113 to 117, Map  Lots 150 to 156, Map  Lot 3, Blk F, Map 454    Xo.ls^0.^7..J3JkJi,.JNlap-L5-l=_._.=.i.^.,._._  Lots 19. 20. 21, Blk V, Lots 7, 8, 15,  10.. 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, Rlk U Map 454 ..  ���������������������������444  454  454  J..UIS  ;,,   j-u,   t-i,   4-,  ������������������-������������������"������������������   ������������������-<>  ������������������iu|i  -J  Lots 164, 165, Map 454     Lots 169. 170. 171, Map 454  . .  Lot 23, Blk D, Map 521      Lot 29, Blk D, Map 521     Lot 59a, Map 521      Lot  60,  Map  521      Lot 68, Map 521    -.-.   Lot 2. Map 500     '.   Lot 35 & N 1-2 Lot 36, Map 457 . . .  j'r Lot 51, Alap 457      Township 23  SE 1-4 Sec 6    SE 1-4, Sec 8, & NE 1-4 Sec 8������������������   Er NE 1-4 Sec 20. Map 13593 ......  SAV 1-4 Sec 28 & Fr NW 1-4, Sec 21  Lot 5, Map 475 ..................  Fr Lot 25, Map 475   Lot 65 '& N 1-2 66, Map 475   Township 26  Lot .12, Map  Lot 24, Map  Lot 36, Map  Lots 37, 38,  425  425  425  Map  426  "uois .->/,  oo, i>iap  i^o   . .   Lot 28, Map 426   ... '. . . . .  Lot  35, Map  426   Lot 58, Map 426 ..... ........  Lot IT. Map 540, Tp 23    Lot.'-3,'" Map   700    ���������������������������;   Lots 0, 7, Map 700  .   Lot 38, Map 700    Left 45, Map "700- :   Lot 49. Map 700   Lots 05, 00, Map 700   Lot  79, Map  700      T r.1    S!9     Af.iw   TAA  Lot  79, Map  700  Lot 82, Slap 700  Lot  83.' Map  Lots  "'    ������������������*  20.00  221.00  114.00  40.00  22.50  50.00  139.50  15.00  7.50  25.00  15.00  f 15.00  15.00  30.00  15.00  12.00  30.00  9.00  15.00  30.00  26.80  130.00  53.80  20.00  1.50 j    3.00  1.39  2.79  1.39  1.07  2.79  .58  1.39  2 79  1.0S  9.74  5.05  \  1.50.  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  -314.10  10.86  34.11,  10.86  11.52  0.00  ���������������������������6.73.  5.25  10.86  10.86  10.86  15130  14.59,  2.40  3.75  .41.40  66.80  47.52  66.80  39.00  37.50  27.00  92.25 | 12.67  I   ���������������������������  9.25  |      .56  11.90  17.75  0.76  50.70  30.80  27.75  5.41  56.80  3.55  4������������������8.2(U  24.85  19.20  9.44  12.47  21.80  17.50  16.20  36.96  20.28  9.55  54.70  71.00  92.40  47.00  11.90  18.00  50.00  24.00  37.50  55.44'  92.40  50.00  22.50  22.50  88.06  74.38  29.25  59.26  44.03  38.70  9.50  12.00  7.50  4.50  .14.63  ; 12.00  7.50  ���������������������������7.50  7.50  15.00  12.00  10.00  188.00  26.80  78.10  .89  1.71  .42  3.17  2.93  1-.70  .65  5.48  .34  ^8.5!  3.00  3.00  2.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  =2.00-  0 ,J9  L70  .75  1 *>2  3:88  2.03  1.21  3.62  1.27  1.52  5.14  6.84  8.81  3.57  .89  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3J00  2.82  -3.00  3.74  3.00  1.80  3.00  3.48  3.00  5.20  3.00  8.75  3:00  4.65  3.00  1.46  1.40  10.04  5.63  1.77  4.79  3.38  3.24  .78  .87  .69  .29  2.80  .90  v70  .70  .70  1.40  .90  .75  14.10,  1.08  9.04  3.00  3.00  \3J00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  33.04  I     3.00  8.97  3.00  3.72  3.00  1.46  3.00  5.10  3.00  13.50  3.00  1.39  3.00  .69  3.00  2.32  3.00  1.39  3.00  1.39  3.00  33M0  . 3.00  1.58  3.00  3.18  3.00"  1.58  .3.00.  1.09  3.00  ���������������������������    .39  3.00  .62'  '3.00  .40  3.00  1.58  3.00 .  1.58.  3.00  1.58  3.00  1.43  3.00  1.40  3.00  AG  3.00  1.42  3.00.  3.47  3.00.  3.95  3.00,  3.58  3.00  6.29  3.00  3.00  3.00  2.43  3.00  1.64  3.00  233.7-1  1396.0il  1 46.Cv|  10.91  211.3.1  164.5]  50.91  46.04  ���������������������������21.81  24.8  325.5:  24.51  it. i.  125.91  46.71  26.9)  58.11  156.0)  19.3|  ll.lf  30.3^  19.31  19.31  19.31  35.7f  19.33  16.0'j  35.71  12.5  19.3fl  ' 35.7J  Jil.ll  14 2.7 4  61.8.V  24.  -350.51  15.4-]  40.2'|  .15. if  ��������������������������� 15.6  9.3J  .10.3!  8.61  15.4]  15.41  19.71  -18.91  5.51  "8.11  47.81  73.71  - 54.11  7fi.0|  *45.������������������  42.91  31.61  107.91  12.8]  14.71  22.41  10.11  56.81  36.71  32.41  8.01  0I.2J  o.ffl  =78r7J  ��������������������������� 29.2J  oh \\  n'M  15.GI  27.fl  21.51  19.44  43.51  24.5 j  62.8]  80.J  104.21  54. If  15.71  23.81  50.71  28.81  43.9]  63.61  104.1(  57.61  26.91  26.91  102.,^  83.01  34.M  67.  51.01  44.9J  12 ^>I  14."sj  10.11  6.71  19.4f  14.91  10.2{  10.2(1  io.:i  18.4(1  14.9(1  12.7.1  205.1J  31.41  90. 1 '  ^THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1919  ���������������������������  -  OKANA  GAN (  >,-.-���������������������������                                                   '   ���������������������������      -  ...   .   ���������������������������.���������������������������--���������������������������-  \      -   <>  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������v        ���������������������������-- :     v  u.       Name of Person Assessed  Name of Person Assessed  Arrears of.  ���������������������������  all -Taxes  Int.  Costs  &  Expenses  Total  wf cLeah, J. A.     Frodd,  H. K.   .......'.,  Stanley,   G.  M.   ......  ktkin,  C.  E.   Vranco, Gin Lan   ....  deader,   Thomas   ....  .vliller, A. E.      ~ox   B.  C.   . . . :   Jaylor, F. A.   .......  Couborough,   Anthony  ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  l^Voolsey, Ira  [Clever, JM. G.  [Harrison,  A;.  pickson, Mrs.  )avies; J. H.  E.   ..  Geo.  [Stewart, George  |3uckland, F. M.  IRitchie,   Geo.   E.  lOnggan, AV. C.   ..  iKnowles, J. B.   .  lluine,   Robert   .  BiMartin,  E.   .  iLambley, Robert  ICollett   Bros      llJ>e Pfvll'er, P. . .  [Taylor, F. A. ..  '-.peers, T.  (J.   ..  ironic, 1". A   l'Aitkin, T. Louis G. ...  S.eon, G. E. Jr   frallis,  W.  T   Coventry, G. F   White, G. M   ���������������������������Brown,   Wm.   Bobert   .  IVIcDonald,  IX  Ii.   . :...  Sharpies, Mrs. M. A.  JUnknown    . ...:   ���������������������������Sanson, Mrs. J   ���������������������������Grand Pacific Land Co.  Sutherland,  D.   W.  ���������������������������Gallagher,'  Daniel  Township 26  Lot 18, Blk 5, Map 8963 ..........  Lot  11,  Blk  9,  Map   896   Lot 14, Blk 9, Map  1068   ........  Lot 15, Blk 9, Map 1068  . . :   Fr Lot 46, Map 186  ... .......  Lot 66, Map  186   ..........   Lot 14 & 189 ft Lot 15, Map 187  . ."  Fr Lot 20. Map 187  ..   Lot 21, Map  187 V. S...........; .  Lot   11,   N   1-2   of   N   1-2   Lot   5,  Map 187  ..V... ..,..:.. ..;.:. .  Lots 13, 14, Map 264   . .. . V . ,   Lot 4, Sub Lot 33���������������������������264, Map 731  . ."  Lot 39, Map  264   ............. ....  Lot  16, Map 468   ......  .  Fr Lot  141,  G.  1,  and  Fro Sec  20,  Tp 26 ...r........  Fr Lot 142, G. 1, Lot C, Sub of L. 19  Lot 7, Map 415  ..................  Lot  41,������������������;Map  415   . ..... ���������������������������.**.   Lots 4, 5, Map 1173 .......   Lots 14. 15, 16. 17, Map 1173 ......  Lot 1, 131k 1 & Lot 2, Blk 1, Map 515  Lot 2, Blk 4, Map 515 ."'  Lot 17, Blk 4, Map 515      Lot 18, Blk 4, Map 515     Fr Lot 2, Blk 7, Map 515   Lot 1, Blk 10, Map 515     Fr NE 1-4 Sec 7, Fr NE 1-4, & Er  NAV  1-4  Sec  8 ?..".  Fr Lot 3, Map 355    '.'.. :   W 1-2 Lot 5, Map 355  :\vcney,   Boy  '   iBaldwin,   St.   George  [Swcney,   Roy      iBarneby, fi. A.   . ..:.  iBlockall,  R. J.  [Walker. AV. D.  holightly, .T. H.  golightly, AV. If.  "iweney,  Roy   .  *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������'��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� <  ��������������������������� \  ���������������������������  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� i  Fr S 1-2 of S 1-2 Sec 19 & Fr Lot  Fr Lot 125.- G. 1.  ."   Fr SE 1-4 Sec 22    Fr Lot 3, Map 811     Fr Lot 3, Map 811     Lot ��������������������������� Sub Sec 23       Im* NAV .1-4  Sec 23   Lot 6, Map 439   Lots 2, 3, Blk 22, Map 130C   Block  20    <���������������������������   Lots 1 to 5, Blk 21   .������������������   Lots 1, 5, 6, Blk 22������������������   Lots 6 to 23, Blk 23 ^   Lots 37, 38, 39, 41, Blk 23 a  Lot 23, Blk 54, Map 1306     S Fr~Lot 9 & S Fr Lot 10, Map 362,  and NE 1-4 Sec 31 J: <  Township 27  SE   1-4   Sec   7   Township 28'  AV 1-2 of SAV 1-4'. Sec 19.   Fr Lot 4, Map-477   ...' ***.  Lot   8, . Map   477      Fr SE 1-4 Sec- 25 \   _ - -       Township 29  S 1-2 of N 1-2 of AV 1-2 of NAV 1-4,  Sec   27  sAV 1-2 Lot l; Map 388'l!! '.'.'. '.'.:! 7.  55.98  5.43  3.00   |  87.08  8.44  -3.00  77.15  7.07  3.00  68.20  6.21  3.00  49.50  3.88  3.00  168.36  12.93  3.00  84.40  7.86  3:00  180.00  14.50  3.00  220.00  20.10  3.00  57.50'  5.43  3.00  83.50  -   6.16  3.00  53.55  4.05  3.00  70.80-  6.06  3.00  16.48  1.59  3.00  o 148.27  14.36  3.00  70.42  5.33  3.00  91.58  9.48  3.00  110.00  10.23  3.00  72.00  5.40  3.00  22.50  2.08  ���������������������������  2.00  36.25  1.92  3.00  8.71  1.24  2.00  11.33  7.73  2.00  10.00  .74  2.00  70.00  4.35  3.00  45.00  3.37  3.00  171.20  20.38  3.00  105.00  6.97  3.00  115.00  10.86  3.00  60.00  4.50  3.00v  155.75  11.21  3.00  238.00  18.03  3.00'  136.64  20.63  3.00  29.00  2.44  3.00  113.38  12.06  3.00  170.64  20.15  3.00  74.63  11.04  3.00  ������������������   6.00  .39  2.00  24.00  1.32  2.00  j  70.00  6.15  3.00  Name of Person Assessed'  Short Description of Property  Arrears of Costs &  alt Taxes     Int.    Expenses      Total  -I,  50.00 I    4.65  3.00  64.41  98.52  87.22  77.41  56.38  184.29  95.26  197.50  243.10  65.93  92.66  60.60  79.86  21.07  165.63  78.75  104.06  123.23  79:40  26.58  41.17  11.95  21.06  12.74  77.35  51.37  194.58  114.97  128.86  <sl  67.50  169.96  259.03  160.27  34.44  128.44  193.79  88.67  8.39  27.32  79.15  57.65  District Lot 206  MacDowell, Mrs.  Robertson, AV. G.  Adamson, AVm.  .  L. H.  Lot 3a, Map 576  Lot 7, Map 576 .  Lot 18, Map 576  27.00  |  2.02  3.00  32.02  18.00  |  1.08  3.00  22.08  30.00  |  1.24  3.00  34.24  61.10  6.13  3.00  50.40  3.16  3.00  112.20  10.46  3,00  134.00  12.02  3.00  Co.  IPostill, Mrs. Alfred  (Darke, Silas R.  fOkanagan Realty  ���������������������������Jones, t>r."W-. AV -   fVValker, AV. D.  ,..,:. .,:..  _3onneau,  C.   ....������������������...... .��������������������������� ....���������������������������.��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  [Kendall, -M.  C.   ..............:...  silatlcy,  t>.  E  1...'-. .*��������������������������� ���������������������������  IWhite. John, and-White, Robert  tear, Janies S. & MacKechnie, L.  P.  n:  ;rant, U. "S.  .... i  >  ���������������������������*'��������������������������� .  |Steele, G. McNeiJ   louch, Mary, and PUJon, Minnie.  Dillon, Minnie    >   ffaylor, p. n '...  |Exe||.  MiU'garet    ���������������������������>   IjJrquJiail, Angus    ��������������������������� ���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  /Unknown      nfcpougall,  JSneas   Coldbam,  Wm   Ursenault. J. J., psjate of    kKrtox, W. J   iBucbartan   [Clarence, A. J., Jpstate    IHaig, Jillen v   fWales,   Geo.   ^o|e, C. J   |(.an������������������. Hamilton      ���������������������������Coldhmn, Wm   [Pain, Harry V- an(1  |V pain, Chas. Jf- fl������������������   [Speer,  John    ���������������������������   kOkanagan Realty Co., Ltd    [Gamage,^V.J=:.,^Estate_oL=.i._.^.^.^  IChistafson, Peter E   [T^echmere.  H-  T   ICossar, J^. P   Okanagan Securities Co.,  JRarnes, Amos, Estate of  Ritchie.   AArm   Michael,   James   [Osborne,   E   Cockburn, Jas. Andison  .  McEaren, James p   fCockburn, Jas. Andison  .  McCracken,   Arthur   ....  Calderbank,   A\raltcr      Powers,  R.   P   'Gustofson, Peter E- ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  Emerson, Chillies Robert  LAVakefield. Mrs. Bertha M-  ���������������������������prent-   AArilliam      1 Unknown      Jinowles, AAr. R   [Shea, A- R ���������������������������   Agur, R. P.VEstate of ...  Campbell, A. G.  ... .  Costerton, C. F.  ..... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ,Scroggins, C.  C.   .-.'..'������������������������������������������������������  Hitchner.  Hubert  C.   ...  Pritchard, H. W.  .......  Pimmock, AArm. Alfred ..  Campbell & Schadck   ...  Cotton.. A������������������ P. ..-...'���������������������������   Pasco, GVR.   .'......   Robinson. Mrs. E. C.  McKay, Daniel      Mulford,  Harry   AVolstencroft. Geo. &  Thornber, T. Percy  Alexander. H. N.   . .......  AVeaver,   Geo.   ..... ... .*...*.  Robinson, Eliza Catherine  Ltd  N 1-2, Lot 4, Map 260 ;   S 1-2 Lot 4, Map 260  .'.   Fr Lot 6, Map 422 .'   DISTRICT LOTS  Fr Lot 119, G. 1   1-2 Lot 3, Lots 4, 5, Map 293 ......  1-2 Lot 3, Lot 6, Map 293  ..........  Fr- Lot 167, G. 1".......:. .].  Fr Lot 167,> G. 1   ...........-.-..:.  Lot   loJ   O.   ������������������'j . . . ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*.....'. ...... A.  Lots   202S;  203S ...;.".'. V. SS.'.S. SS.  Lot 487 G. 1   ............ t.   Lot  436, G.  1" .:": .v...' '  Lots 448, 450, 451, 452   ...... V..  Lots 913,   1374,   1375,   3331,   3912,  * 4044, 4045   Lots 3, 4, 5, Rlk 1   Lots 1 to 10, Rlk 3    Pots 6 to 10, Plk 5   J.ots 6 ,7, Plk 6      Lots 1 to 4. 6 to 10, Plk 7   Pots 1 to 10, Plk 8 ". .,  Pots 2,.-4, 6, 7. Plk A, Map 761 ;...  1-2 Pots 9, 10, Plk 6, Map 761 ...  N 1-2 Lot 4, Plk C, Map 761 ......  S 1-2 Pot 4, Plk C. Map 761   Pot 2, Blk P. Map 761   Lot-5,"Map 761 '���������������������������  Pot 17. AV 1-2 Pot 35, Pots 36, 49,  50. 51, 52, Man 761  S.    pot 32. Map 761*   Lot 503, G. 1  .. S.   Lot 7, Map 742   Pot 3, ,4. Sub Pot 580a   Lot 945S :.  Lot   1158S ...v.   Pot 1273 G. 1       J.ots 22, 23, S. P. 1275 G. 1, Map 6J7  Pot 36, Map 017   J.ots 39, 40. Map 617   N 1-2 Pot 1377       ���������������������������  pr Pot 3546   28.74  2.65  3.00  111.60.  10.08  .3.00  80.40  7.21  3.00  80.40  7.21  3.00  69.50  6.42  3.00..  Pot 1513, Pots 31.11, Fr tot 38  Lots 1665. 1666. G. 1      Fr Pots 2544, 2556, 2557, 3953  J,o t=l 6,_-M apji 1 flu._._._._._.--_.-_._-  Lot 8, Map 1350     Lot 2559, G. 1      Lot 4057, G. 1   Lot 4059, G. 1      J.ots 6, 9, 19. Sub L. 2711, Map  Lot 8, Map 1190   Lots 4 to 13. 15 to 38, Map 647  Lots 2898, 2898a, G. 1     Lot  3187  G.  1      Lots 19, 20, Map 1256   Lot 21, Map 1256    Lots 32, 44. Map 777      Map 777     l/& tot 3772, G;"l  G. 1      71  ..  1190  lap  44.  Lots 67, 68,  Lot 83. Map  Lots 3399 G.  Fr Lot 3485  Lot 3510 G.  Lot 3525 G.  Fr Lot 3587  Lot 3723 G  3736  3737  3756  3759  G.  G.  G  G  1  1  G.  1  1  1   ..  1   .  1   .  4068  1  1  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lots   3788,  Lot 3867, G  Pots 3901, 3905  Lot 4030 G. 1  S Fr Lot 4090  Lot 4104 G. 1  Lot 4165 G. 1  Lot 4296 G. 1  19.44  196.63  157.75  160.65  279.00  887.20  -45.00  276.30  90.30  1200.00  1.47  3.00-  25.10  3.00-  25.42  3.00  17.77  3.00  15.76  3.00 ���������������������������  100.13  3.00  3.92.  3.00"  20.11  3.00,  14.03  3.00  138.00  r   3.00  i   -V .  .    i  1  70.23  56.56  125.66  149.02  34.39  124.68  90.61  90.61  78.92  23.91  224.73  186.17  190.42  297.76  '990.33  51.92  299.41  107.33  1341.00  171.95  36.75  2.80  2.80  4-70  18.50  198.70  69.45  40.00  5.00  . 86.20  40.00  25.00  88.17  52.50  8.00  18.00  24.00  4.00  60.00  49.60  394.93  ^10.00=  35.25  96.20  92.00  182.00  6.00  224.48  40.00  55.70  45.88  18.86  23.34  18.66  6.36  19.74  35.25  37.50  12.00  7.50  2.50  150.50  16.00  64.12  3.00  120.00  30.00  61.04  24.00  20.00  45.52  16:02  24.00  29.12  3.57  .21  'il  113  22.74  12.22  3.72  .37  7.98  3.00  2.25  8.44  7.32  .72  1.34  1.80  .30  3.90  3.16  53.56  _m  2.48  6.15  3.00  2.00  .2.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  =3J)(L  3.00  3.00  6.90  3.00  26.77  3.00  .39  3.00  21.49  3.00  3.00  3.00  4.62  3.00  3.95  '    3.00  2.01  3.00  2.26  3.00  1.40  3.00  .41  3.00  1.48  3.00  2.48  3.00  3.48  3.00  .78  3.00  .48  3.00  00  3.00  14.20  3.00  1.20  3.00  6.15  3.00  .19  3.00  1110  3.00  2.26  1 3.00  4.55  3.00  1.80  3.00  1.80  3.00  3.97  3.00  1.24  3.00  1^80  |  3.00  'Robinson, J. M.  Higgins, C. N.  ..  Robinson,   R.   C.  Haskell,- Captain  R. L.  Dislrict Lol 210  Lots l.to'4. Blk 1, 4 to 5, Blk 55 .'.  Lots 7, 8, Blk 2   Lots 5 to 8, Blk 11   Lots 5 to 8, 17 to 22, Blk 63, Map 519  Lots 3, 4, Blk 3   Lots 8, 9, 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  ..........  Lots 9 to 16, Blk 54   Lots 12, 13, Blk 57     Lots 21, 22, Blk 57  ...   Lot  3,  Blk  34   .   Lot 21, Blk 128    369.92  72.92  2.00  32.00  14.00  1.92  1.23  2.00  2.00  30.38  20.25  12.00  2.99  2.01  .71  2.00  2.00  2.00  97.20  258.95'  8.00  6.09  48.88  .48  2.00  2.00  2.00  36.45  7.50  3.59  .56  2.00  2.00  204.07  42.32  5.01  5.01  .7.03  22.63  224.44  84.67  46.72  8.37  97.18  46.00  30.25  ��������������������������� 99.61  62.82  11.72  22.34  28.80  7.30  66.90  55.76  451.49  ���������������������������1JL93  r~40.73  105.35  101.90  211.77  9.39  248.97  46.00  63.32  52.83  *   23.87  28.60  23.06  9.77  24 22  40.73  43.98  15.78  10.98  5.75  167.70  20.20  73.27  6.19  134.16  35.26  68.59  28.80  24.86  52.49  20.26  28.80  444.84  35.92  17.23  35.37  24.26  14.71  105.29  309:83  ��������������������������� 10.48  42.04  10.06  Bates, J. H.  District Lot 209  ....... ILot 14B, Lot 207 with Lot 27���������������������������209,1  1    Map 576   J  35.50       3.15  3.00  District Lot 210  AA'ade, Alfred H.   ..  Jamieson, Dr. A. E.  Robinson, Mrs. R. C.  Gillespie, J. S   Ritchie, James   ....  Blk 21, Map 575      Lot 11, Blk 33, Map 575  Lots 4, 5, Blk 34     Blk 35    Blk 205 in Lot 3315   10.13  1.00  2.00  16.81  2.89  2.00  24.30  2.38  3.00  81.00  7.96  3.00  \ 75.00  16.55  3.00  41.65  13.13  21.70  29.68  91.96  194.55  Greenhow,   Elizabeth  Harper, R. H   Graham, Mrs. M. J.  .  Lots 19, 20, Map 939, Tp 8     Lot 17, Sub Sec 20, Tp 9, Map 210.  Fr Sec 28, & Fr Lot 65, G. 1, Tp 9. .  34.56  2.55  |  3.00  40.11  9.60  .70  1  3.00  13.30  125.60  10.20  3.00  138.80  Vernon. B. C, Sept. 15, 1919.  H. F. WILMOT, Assessor & Collector.  J Baby   Bear   is  "^.Jraid   of  People  f The smooth, hard, dustlees road  ���������������������������wound about through the sylran  depths of giant ferns and mighty  timbers In a d'strict round Spirit  Lake, Vancouver Island.   Far away a  emcke smudge on the blue above the  heaving ocean showed where a Canadian   Pacific    passenger    liner   was  ploughing the heaving Pacific, bound  for the Orient.    On the right Spirit  Lake  gleamed ��������������������������� in   tbe   bright  sun.  There was a s������������������>ntle rustling in the  darkness of  tho  undorgrowth.     the  ferns   swayed   gently.      Then tboro  came a sound    of  .scratching    and  clawing, and finally the head of a  three-months' cub rose alongside a  great Douglas fir bole. As he cleared' the ferns he paused and glanced  eagerly about.      He sought sight of  bis mother, who w������������������3 so wrapped up  in somc luscious salmon berries.that  she had forgotten him.     Higher and  higher    he    climbed,  widening   his  ecope of view.     Then came a terrible  sound that paralyzed him where he  clung to the ragged bark.      It was  the raucous0 challenge   of   a motcr  born.     Hugging the tree tightly he  hoped   to be  overlooked.      On   the  smooth road a few. yards away there  rolled into sight   ?  terrible   engine  carrying ladies and gentlemen.     He  held  his  breath   and   hoped   more  etrongly.     But    sharp   .eyes    wero  ���������������������������peering every way from under   iho  ttuto. canopy ind a scream of pleased  excitement   showed    that   feminine  eyes had spied bim. He hunched  'himself closer and beat hki head cm  his   shoulder  to   watch   the  awful  creatures in the big Iron animal  that always had such a bad, breath.  A man-crashed    through the feme  end pointed   a Week   box a4_h!m.  Thc cub darted high . in the  ' braJM&es    of : the . towering   tr  Baby Bear Watches an Automobile and !ts Occupants From  Mis Petch On * Fir Tree.  eares and followed the scent, trail t)tv  her'^-fide end her joy. * She nuzzled-  nhn^all over la solicitude while he-:..  whimpered his etory. Then side bjr-V  aide they waddled away deeper lntdiV  the forests where motor trails did not;������������������  ���������������������������attet and beers caa live ia comfort  tree. The bad-breathlnt iron mak.  mal then'grunted eeveral times end  crawled ewiftly fcway, end do*** from  the > di������������������xy 1 heights the . beby. beet  hastened Vhts painful baefc***!  climh. JutM&tg at the beee he  found eh entious.tnothe*' who hed  rettftAbered ber f������������������*ottetr g^e*wtf j-4* V. K;  CJil  .*     -.1  V<j-  -;-a .3./ 1  . :>    i^'i-vl  Many people bave allowed tbeir bomes to run down  in appearance and are still putting off repainting tbinHing  that paint will come down in price.  %J������������������ven if paints were cheaper six or eight months hence,  which is unlikely, because the supply of raw material has  fixed the price far ahead and because thousands of house  owners are exactly in your condition���������������������������bound to paint  soon, remember tbat it is better to paint than [repair.  Your bouse can be painted more cheaply now than later.  B-fliW*  UVlSff (Pundrtn* Ctnu.n* B-B)  1 ���������������������������~��������������������������� 3g% puremtttZtl*  |5o% Purt Feint  V  And   when  you  paint   insist  upon   ordering   the   paint   with   a   guarantee,  .-If. ��������������������������������������������� English."    The paint that covers more and lasts longer.  Save the surface ancf  you save au ^^y^  .^.-../.- . ���������������������������������������������  Fulton Hardware Co., l4&  Enderby's Service First Hardware Store  14���������������������������19  pgANDRAM-HENDEBSON  MMVIMk HAUFAX ��������������������������������������������� -0*M TOBOMTO         _ _ WIMMIVMU  M������������������PIClM������������������ MAT r������������������IO������������������������������������������������������ tOHexTOM' VAMOSWVia  \ ���������������������������>'lr;.,^:.  OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1919  Navigable  Chapk  Tlie Minister ol* Public Works of  lhe Governmcnl of Wie Province of  Brilish Columbia hereby gives  notice that lie has, under Section  7 of lhe sail Act, deposited with the  ..Minister ol' Public Works nnd the  Minister of lhc Interior at Ottawa  and in- thc ollice of the District-  Hegistrar of the Land Registry Dislrict at' Kamloops, 13. C, a description of the site and tlie plan of  proposed new bridge0 over the  Shuswap   River at  Euderby,  B.C.  Take notice that after the expira-  1ion of* onc month from the date  of thc first publication of this notice the Minister of Public Works  of tlie Government of the. Province  of British Columbia will, under  Section 7 of the said Acl, .applv to  the Minister of Public Works and  the Minister of the interior at their  ollicer in the City of Ottawa, for  approval of the said site and plans,  and for leave to .construct the said  bridge,  o.  Dated at Victoria. B.C.,5 this 5th  day of September,  1010.  A.  E.'FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.-  Departmenl of Public'-Works,  Victoria, H. C. - sl8-4  XXXXXXXXXXXXXX X X X  x X  X MARA NEWS x  X  XXXXXXXXX tt X X X X X X X  Mr. Brainard took suddenly ill  on Friday, but wc arc pleased to  hear thai hc is now mending.  So far none oi" the local hunters seem to have bagged their  deer, although several have reported seeing somc.  sr  rs  (Hen's threshing gang is al the  Bell ranch, having reached thcrc  last Thursday, hut owing to tho  rain it was decided not to start  work J'or a week.  X  William King spent a few  days lasl week looking over his  properly here and incidentally  mccling old friends. Hc returned to Vernon on Friday.  The Rev. Mr.'brctton held his  usual fortnightly service last  Sunday afternoon. Wc understand the Harvest Thanksgiving  service will be held the sscond  Sunday in October.  . X  Local Cadis .spent several  weary hours last Thursday in  trying to locate the squeal in a  pig, but eventually, after wading  through rations of foolscap the  squeal was found and roped and  all.went home happy.  MABEL LAKE JNEWS  Things we'd like to know  When   the   pole   drive   will  reach. Enderby?    ..:  X  If a well-known rancher really  thinks his  beard  provement?  Knob Hill Anniversary  is  an  ini-  What llie owner of the new  ranch thought of his black-bear  visitor, and who ran the fastest?  X  What thc rancher  his family returned unexpectedly for supper, and whether his  wife has forgiven him vet?  ��������������������������� The Knob Hill Church Anniversary will be held next Sun-  .jf.n-i.....'  ���������������������������o<  ���������������������������o<  >o<  >o<  >o<  day and Monday, Sept. 21st and  22nd. Rev. T. Kcyworlh, of  Vernon, will preach at the services held al 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.  m. On Sunday a tablet in memory of the men fallen iri the  Great.War will bc unveiledVOn  Monday lhe usual anniversary  entertainment will bc held when  said when1 a good  program  will  be given  Autos  o  1  high wages will be this  How  time next year and how thc  small farmer, will be able to pay  for the help lie must have?  alter which light refreshments  will bc served. This - entertainment will also be a reception of  welcome to thc men who have  returned from overseas   go-  When something is really  ing to bc done to reduce thc cosl  of living, which is the onc and  only solution of thc wage problem? :  x  Why some of the firc-fightcrs  should get their board free and  and others who had to board  themselves should not get paid  for it?  Want  I .*^N^*^N^*������������������^  ������������������������������������������������������Wl^. ^H^^.l.ll  i ".^S.^.^^.^. ���������������������������  2c a word first insertion, lc a'word each insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charge; 10c extra  where cash doea not accompany order.  FOR SALE���������������������������Esley organ, in good  condition; almost new. Applv,  Mrs. Robt. Dagg. 34-tf  - -,.X  Mara lost onc of her old residents in the person of Owen  Rosoman, who first came to  Mara in 1894. Having made his  stake and sold his place, hc decided that a sojourn by thc,war  tcrs of thc Pacific would build  up his old-time robust nature  and he took last Wednesday's  train for thc coast. His friends  predict his! return to thc Okanagan in lhc near, future.  >o  >o<  <*?  0  rs  I  *SJ*  I  5  ���������������������������3  3  _o>  Heating Staves, Cook Stoves  and Ranges  V'Wc have lltc'goods on-hand  1 and can meet your every need  in stoves and healing goods;  stove pipes and elbows.  Plain twist galvanized wire  $0.00 per roll.  Anything made in tin, copper and sheet iron.  Bring your old heating  stoves in and havc them relined  al one-quarter the cost of anew"  onc.       -  Fulton Hardware Pn  >o������������������  ���������������������������-0  How many landscckcrs have  visited t hc district this summer  and whether ihis has not becn  merely on account of lack of energy iri high piaccs?  x  If the road boss is,not to be  congratulated on at last taking  the* O.C.'s warning and repairing Cooke's Creek bridge? If he  intends to keep on thc  work and fix thc other  as well?  x .. J;  If a certain bachelor is not  lonely now, that someone has  left thc district, and whetherjie  is really going to try trapping  this winter and whether he will  find llie wile marten any easier  to catch ? - _  -   FOR   SALE���������������������������Good   general-purpose i TT -p.       ���������������������������,  and    driving    horse;    also,   top   Vemon Koad  buggy and wagon, in good condi-1 ** ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ^"- *���������������������������������������������  tion. II. A. Allison, Armstrong. 2t  Let. us take your party to  Mabel Lake \]  rs.  B*  The cost isn't so great 0  ���������������������������   " - "    5  r\  B*  j 0  rB  _*  fl  0  r*  \  Jas. McMahon & Son   \  Enderby   (|  Experienced in handling general  Auto repairing  All work guaranteed  DRY. MIXED STOVE WOOD���������������������������Cut  green and piled; solid stufl'. Get  supply before roads break up. C.  E. Strickland, Enderby.      2G-2c.  good  bridges  MX  ������������������><  NOTICE  ������������������������������������������������������'A J.  ���������������������������-H  ���������������������������.!-���������������������������  CHANGE TN INSURANCE  " "AGENCIES   OJ      ,r���������������������������  We'bcg to annqjfince'that     ! -���������������������������  MR. J. S. PJCRSON  J' .    '   tr-  has  been   appointed ��������������������������� agent  at>.-$5iji-  derby, in place of . ' \  MH.Jf.G. PAVJES  for the  Phoenix Assurance Co., Jpd., of  London," England. ,J  Liverpool & -London & Globe Insurance Co., JJ,td.  British America AssuraricejCo.  Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada  (Casualty Dept.) ,   >. .  Delicious Pre  serving  25 cents a tmsKet  Fresh from the trees ajic}  in A J condition  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets 2nd & 4th   Monday eve  in Masonic Hall.   Visitorscor-  dially invited to attend.  CEO. R. SHA.KPIJ C. C  H. M. WALKER, K. R. S  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  S. H. SPEERS  W.M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday, on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall. Visitinu  brethren cordially invited  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  CEPERLEY  POUNSEFELL  General Agents.  &   CO.  YOUNG PIGS FOR SALE���������������������������Purebred Yorkshire. Iror Service���������������������������  Friesian Bull; " purest milking  strain, and thoroughbred Yorkshire boar. II.E.C.ITarris.& Sons,  (late Turner & Donaldson.) 7(>-4p  AYRSHIRE COWS FOR SALE���������������������������two  2-year-old cows "in full niilk, due  to calyeHn February and., May;  one :4-year-old ..fresh; on������������������ 3-year-  old,   due   to   freshen   Nov. 20th.  ��������������������������� These cows are quiet and good  milkers, and will be sold-.cheap  for cash. Apply, R. J. Coltart,  Enderby. 26-2p  >o<  ><>  MX  MM  M)  XO  FOR SALE���������������������������Four , lots in Poison  addition. -Will sell at sacrifice  price of 850 per lot; terms to suit  purchaser. Address, E. R. Bobb,  Enderby. .- 2<i-3c>  Farmer's Sup  Store  ;       MARA, B^p.  Special sale for. this month'  Vof Groceries, Feed and   .  *   Flour, Pry Goods;.  N- P*v!o������������������f  ���������������������������M&tfl  Jam. Dickwro  flEAj, ESTATE* INSTANCE  GENEPA^ AGENT  pcU plocU Endcrhy  A  C. SKAJ4NG, >. a! 7/7^\  Barrister, Solicitor,.    -  Notary Public.  INSURANCE -J.'.'-  3pll Blk. Enderpy.^C:  Armstrong Ctawtaip Festival J  Q Joyous x������������������aym  Avalon Theatre, Sept. 29-30 and Oct. M  Afternoon and ������������������v?ning of ������������������ach Pay  Season Tickets on Sale at Reeve's Drug Store  Admission���������������������������Season tickets adults, 81.75;" children under 14.  SL.00; season reserved seats. 75cextra.  B00 tickets will be tho limit of this Festival  PNPPPY, M PIP YOU W&COMtf  From June 13th  No.l,60cH> No.2,58clb  Butter Fat  at   any   shipping point in the "Okanagan   Valley.   '���������������������������  A Farmers' 'Company.    Financially sound.     Payments for Cream made monthly.     JDeliver can to  the railway1'company for dispatch to  Kelowna Creamery, Ltd.  ^--   - Empty cans promptly returned.  FALLFA1R  Greatest Exhibition ever held in the Armstrong-Enderby  District will take place, at      ���������������������������-   '���������������������������,  Armstrong on Wednesday and Thursday  September 24" 2 5  Live stock entries in quality andnumbers exceed those  of any previous year, and entries in all other divisions promise to keep pace with the live stock, division.  If you are to bean exhibitor, .get your entries in before the closing date���������������������������SEPTEMBER 20th. :  ���������������������������r 4 -r TJSi?e^?sts and Entl'V Forms may be secured at the  .WALKER PRESS. ENDERB.Y, or by writingthe Secretary  MAT. HASSEN, ARMSTRONG. secretary,  Greatest- of instruments, handsomest of furniture, most  substantial, of Jriends. A Pathephone in a home is an  investment���������������������������in cash as well as-in satisfaction/--:-. Jtjs always a pleasure to the ej'eandear���������������������������a lasting, permanent  pleasure to yourself and to your children after you.  The   complete  Phonograph  plays all records perfectly;  Perfe.ct tcrie control;  No needles to change, but  music through a genuine  Sapphire;  Exquisite Cabinets of period  design to harmonize with  most artistic surroundings.  Pathephone  Mocje|8)$60  to $385.00  Before deciding,   hear the  pathephone.  ; ]Bnflerby Supply Company, Agents  A name that stands for' the frest in liotel service  Enderby  King Edward Hotel  P. H. MURPHY  Pcoprietor

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