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 jnmtiinier  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Vol.  13, "No.  50;  Whole No. 646.  ENDERBY, B. C. Thursday, February 19, 1920  Subscription, $2 a year; 5c copy  ' mrmsm0m0^rB^m0^rm0B^B^B^Bm*  ^^^^mr^B^*** '���������������������������**** ** *  Hospital Board Sets New Standard  of Accomplishment for This Year  A general meeting of the Enderby scriptions should be asked for and  Hospital Association was held b in the town and district thoroughly  the City Hall last Saturday, evening. canvassC(1 for membership fees, and  There was not a full attendance of lhat a definlte drive be inaugurated  the members, but what the meeting and carried to a successful issue,  lacked in numbers it made up in en. plang fop thIg drWe wH| b<j lajd  thusiasm, and a general desire on the H lta, Board and the work  the part of all to get ahead with the  undertaken   hl   a   8ystematic,   thor.  work of the association and  to con_ _,���������������������������  .   ���������������������������,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ough  manner.  FARMERS'   CONVENTION'  Important Gathering to be Held  in  Victoria   Next   Week.  cinue the fine record for harmonious  In   this  connection  it   is  intended  and-elective work made by the hos-  by the Board t<J agk the c,ty tQ &,_  pital board of 1919.   It was felt by  ,ow   thig  year,s   celebration  of   May  past|24tll to be given in the name of the  Aid,   all "monies   clear   of  all   that   the   progress   of   the  year was worthy of recognition, and   Hospital  that it would be difficult to improve  \ expenses  to   be   turned   over  to   the  on   the   effective   work   of   the 'old   Hospital  board.     Therefore,   when   the   elec- believed  tion of the board of directors came | proceeds  up the  members of the  1919  board j raiged by subscriptions and member-  improvement fund. It- is  that in this way, these  to  augment   what   can   be  were elected by the unanimous vote  of the -members, present.  A financial statement of the past  year's operations will be published  as'rsoon as the books are audited'by  the city-auditors.  It was^'decided by the Association  in conjunction;with the Board, that"  a drive should be made this year,for  sufficient funds to erect and furnish  ship .fees, the sum required for  the hospital addition will be" forthcoming^ Fuller particulars will be  known when the Board's plan is  laid on the table.  The Board asked. Mrs. Walker to  undertake -*rthe ��������������������������� formation of-' a  ladies' hospital auxiliary to work in  conjunction   with" the  Board.  A vote of thanks was tendered the  an   isolation "ward,    the   estimated I members of the Board and to Nurse  cost to   be   $2,500.     It   was _ felt by,j McPherson,1 through   whose  untiring  efforts and  harmonious working the  those who had been in active touch  with the operation of the Hospital  the past year, and had observed the  frequent crowded condition and the  lack of accommodation and ' facil.  ities for handling., the, casesv-that  the Association .could not rest until  these conditions''are improved.. ;It  .was  .decided,   'therefore,,  that-   sub-.  success of the past" year was made  possible. It was recognized that  both Nurse McPherson . and . the  members of, the Board' had many  difficulties to overcome, and the able  manner in' which' these difficulties  were handled was not'lost sight of  by the.Association or the.public.  ��������������������������� .   XXX XX XX XXX XXX XX  *   PJSTfcJCT NEWS   *  XXXXXXXXX*XXXXXXX  JRena  Pill  is" recovering; from "an  attack of tonsilitis and vaccinia.  ' X  Porothy fCeith, after ^a severe at-  -   tack of flu, is' making a quick re.  covery.  * c  Porn���������������������������At the Enderby Hospital,  Feb.* 15, to Mr. an������������������J' Mrs. Geo. A.  Rands,'a son. - ~        T- %,'���������������������������'  * .  The bans-were announced" in tlie  Anglican Church  by Rev. Mr.  Gret-  - "    ton Sunday, of Miss Nellie Monk to  Mr. A. Andersen, of Grindrod.  X  Mr. and Mrs. J. Hughes, of-Roston  Point. ^ b.   C.   are  spending   their  jfioneyihoh   in  Enderby. '  They  are  "expecting to  return  to Poston  par  in a few days.  X  The ice harvest was finished this  ^iTeekT^Thl^quality^bf^the^crop^was'  never better, and excellent weather  conditions enable the crop to be cut  and packed at very little cost.  IC  The    real    estate   and   insurance  office recently opened by Mr. Pryant  *next to Sharpe's butcher shop, is  receiving many enquiries for land  business openings in this part of the  Okanagan.  X  Mrs.   H.   F.   Flewwelling, of La-  combe, Alta., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Robinson. Mrs,  Flewwelling is one of Enderby's  dearest friends whom all are glad  to welcome.  IC  Pile driving -in the construction of  the new bridge at Enderby is pro_  gressing rapidly. It is expected to  bave the bridge ready for traffic by  the' middle of April or the first of  May.  X  After travelling about the country since leaving Enderby, several  weeks ago, Mr. Collin writes from  Victoria that he is located there, en_  joying early spring weather. Work  in the gardens is already under way  and lawn mowers are busy.  X  Parents of children attending the  Enderby High School will regret to  learn that Mr.  Welsh  has tendered  his resignation* .to,-take effect'at JJ the  Easter, vacationV Mr. JWelsh,.has'accepted-the' principalship.of the.Sum--  merland High School." ._> " '.',    L  ;;vvv ; x       --*���������������������������."  The - local Forward _ Movement  drive in" the, Presbyterian Church,  proved ,a great success. The amount  of $650 was- realized.' - The quota  was $525.  It would seem, from appearances,  at least, that the few children who  have  had   the   "ne^r"   ���������������������������������������������_-" -''--���������������������������' -  up   an<J   about   and   have   had   less  ->     <i -  sickness in connection  with it than  the many who are laid" up with vaccinia.  H  '   Owing-to the-ban on public meet.  ings, the Jecture which was to have  been given by Mr. Welsh on Friday  evening, Feb.  27th, on the wonders  of   astronomy,   has   been   postponed  until   a   later   date,  due   notice   of  which will be given.  _  K_  Tlie-"aeatlT~of~ Pavid- Mr^Walkerf  former County Court judge of Winnipeg, occurred at Venice, Cal., on  Monday. Judge Walker went to  Winnipeg in 1870 with the Wolseley  expedition. He 'was attorneyi-geto*  eral of Manitoba under the late  Hon. John Norquay.  X .  Mr. and Mrs. Perry and son left  for Vancouver -on Saturday. -Mr."  Perry regretted leaving Enderby.  He .came here early in the winter to  recuperate af'er .an attack of the  flu. The change brought quick improvement in his condition, and he  returned' to the coast feeling that it  was good to have lived the winter in  the Okanagan.  X  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mitchell Jr.,  recently returned to their home in  Garnet Valley, Summerland, |from  their honeymoon trip covering sev_  eral weeks andv taking in many  points of. interest in the Western  States. Mrs. Mitchell, nee Miss  Carefoot, of Enderby, writes for the  Commoner as she hungers "for news  from the home town.  Manitoba has 44 creameries with  22,000 milk and cream shippers.  The total value of dairy products  for the year 1919 amounted to  $16,789,892.  Farmers from all parts of the  Province will gather in Victoria  next week, the opening day of the  conferences, etc., to be Monday, the  23rd. The outcome of these meetings and conferences may considerably change the complexion of the  producers and farm organizations- in  the Province.  On Monday and. Tuesday the advisory board of the Farmers' Institute meets, when recommendations  for affiliation with the United Farmers will be presented from, a number of Institute delegates. There has  been criticism of the advisory board  in the past, and some criticism of  the Provincial Government in deal.:  irig with the Institute. This may  possibly crystalize in ' a > movement  to ^abolish the Institutes altogether,  the members merging their identity  *n the.United Farmers. j  The United Farmers aremeet'ng  ostensibly fcr- the' purpose of debating JJyWhether- .they shall form a  iroviricial' branch </ the Councjl of  ���������������������������Vgriculture. ;Hs W. Wood; of Calgary, chairman o'f the. Canadian,  "ouncM of < Agriculture, is expected  to be present ' to ' present the aims  and objects of the body which he  represents.       -  -  Oairymen" who- attended the recent  convention in��������������������������� Vancouver from the  Island Pistricts ..have passed', the  ^vord that ^the question .of what  share the producer- and- stockman  plans to .take in Canadian politics of  the future,'will be,<an issue"-at, the  Victoria- -meeting^ and considerable  importance-is ^attached- to^the' s'esT  sions by.-; producers J]generally.-Vj  '-'Formal discussion of-^ this'move"  will take pjace Feb./2 5th and 26th  and delegates - from every farm or:  ganization of importance in the Province will be on hand;. Jt -will be,  in point of ��������������������������� numbers^ at least, the  most. important' gathering- of farmers ever held in P- C.  *-*'  Co-operative societies meet Feb.  27th, an<l Mr. C. Rice Jones, of.the  United Grain Growers^ will. be} one  of ,the chief speakers.  -   "  j--   - -   ��������������������������� .  On Saturday, Feb. 20th, a delegation^ municipal heads, many o'f  them members cf the * farmers'  bodies, will wait.upon "the Government to press for a-number of suggested improvements'-and a 'majority- will "remain in Victoria for the  convention week.  Pretty Costumes and Merry Faces  on Enderby Ice in Final Carnival  Many excellent costumes were  shown at the skating rink' Monday  night when the second fancy-dress  carnival  of    the   season    was    held.  Possibly there were fewer skaters  in costume than at the carnival"two  weeks ago, but those shown were,  if anything, better put together and  the   characters   better   sustained.  Miss- Ferguson as the Archer, won  the lady's "prize; Wm. BJlackburn,  the Cannibal Chief, took the prize  for men; Margaret Walker, as- Cu-  pie, .won, the girl's prize;.and Alvin  Wood, as the clown, took the boy's  prize. i  Following the prizelgiving, races  were-held and, even on the limited  course, some very interesting speed  contests   were   witnessed.  'In the men's race, Theo. Adams  came =out ahead, with Jack McMahon 2nd; in the lady's race, Mrs.  Wm. Blackburn lead with Mrs. Rod.  Sparrow 2nd; in the girl's race, Sis  Sparrow - won, with Betty " Bryant  2nd; in the boy's, Cecil /Sheiflow  came 1st, and Alvin, Woods 2nd;  in the' doubles, Mrs.' Rod Sparrow  and Ed Sparrow won 1st, with Miss  Ferguson and" Jack -McMahon- 2nd;  in the boys and girls' double,* Sis  Sparrow and "Kitchener Antiila/took  1st, Jean Keith and- Walter Woods  2nd; in' the_ Old .Ladies' race, Mrs'.  Lucas  took   1st,  Mrs. -Lambert  2nd.  Prizes were given in all JJ these  events, and the * races Jwefe'well contested and proved interesting * to all.  It  is7 probable" this   carnival   will"  end that sport until next wiinter.  Skating will continue as long as the  ice lasts. The rink has again been  a valuable asset to the town for the  out-door enjoyment of the winter  afternoons and evenings. With  favorable weather conditions and  good management .the rink was  made to pay its way. To Sidney  Green and. Jack Funk is due the  credit  for this success.  HARD SURFACE TRUNK ROAO  Matter to Be Taken Up with Other  Okanagan  Municipalities.  At a meeting of the Enderby City  Council last week it was decided to  take up   with   the  other   cities   and  towns of the Okanagan the question  of hard   surfacing   the' trunk   road  from   one  end   of  the   Okanagan  to  ^the other,  with  a view, if  possible,  'of-making  united   representation  to_  j the Government on the question..    ,  I"   A   letter   was   received   from -the  ! Dominion - Water     Power    .Branch,  Ottawa, stating that no definite" decision   had   been   arrived   at   as "to  giving the city, control over watershed    lands    in    vicinity  of  Brash's  Creek,-but   that   a ^reservation had*  been placed .upon them so as to prevent any contamination of" the water  i.        -   ...       i  supply, and that in this way .the  city's interests were fully; protected  until \ permanent agreement-'jis entered into."       ~ V  -   v-     l������������������    \  pjjsp OF |������������������NEU������������������fOMA  ==^-The-death_ofiMrs.-j=RolandJMitchel1,  at Armstrong on Tuesday came a?  a shock to many in the town and  district, where since babyhood she  has made a host of friends. Mrs.  Mitchell was.a daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Thos. Clinton of Larkin, one of  the oldest families in the district.  Mr. and Mrs. Clinton were visiting  in California. They were notified  and " are hurrying home, for the  daughter's funeral which will take  place on Friday afternoon from the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Becker.  Mrs. Mitchell contracted a heavy  cold about a week ago while visiting  her sister, Mrs. Frank Becker, and  although every effort was made to  save her life she died at (noon on  Tuesday.  Owing to the health regulations  providing against indoor gatherings  services at the residence will be private. Friends meeting outside the  residence will accompany the remains to the cemetery.  The deceased leaves a husband  and three small children to mourn  her" going, who, with her parents,  have the sincere sympathy of the  community.     *  A Texas lumberman is - the inventor of a portable electrically-  driven band saw for felling trees  and cutting them into logs.  XXX X X X X X XXXXXXX  XV ?.������������������"-'    MARA.jmilSFSV/  -VJ-X  xx x.x x,xj*. x'x;x; kjk xx x x x  '; Rupert-Davy paid a visit to'En.:  derby on Thursday. '      ������������������-.-���������������������������<.  "    7*      v  -The ice harvest has -' been" - very  good this winter and ,everyone, has  had'opportunity to 3obtain a heavy  pack.    -'   . :,  ���������������������������-.  /       7    x -  " Mr. Goodrich,, wifej; and. fanx'ly  arrived on'Saturday totakeup the  Fred White place, -which they have  bought.1      -       "* .       .���������������������������  x     ,- :  The first round in the 500 championship game- resulted in a win for  Mn.ra, the. score- standing Mara-41  Grindrod 36/ .     ' -       ^    " '  X  Harry Blurton and -Fred Pean  attended the" ski jumping at Revelstoke last week, returning -Wednesday. They report it was well worth  the trip. Mr. Ferguson, a former  resident,=-came^baclt-=lor^a^te_w;_day.sL  visit with Mr. Pean.  X  Lawrence _ Zettefgre������������������n. aged 7  "e<*irs, eldest son of OUie. Zettergreen, met with a serious accident  on Saturday. His uncle, Andrew,  "vas^cutting firewood up the hill snd  sliding the logs down. The little  boy, had wandered off and one of tho  logs struck'him. Pr. ^Keith was  ���������������������������"uimmoned and on examination  found a double fracture of the leg  iust below the hip. The boy was  taken to the Enderby Hospital and  latest reports say he is doing _as  well as could be expected.  X    *  Many oldtimers of Mara and district will regret to hear of the deitb  of John A. Mara, at Victoria on the  11th inst. Mr. Mara had been in  falling health for the past year, but  while resigning his direct personal  association with some or, the activities in which he was most keenly  interested, he had not lost the desire to cooperate in their work. He  settled in Kamloops district in the  early days. His forceful personality  and abundant energy soon made itself felt in politics and the general  affairs of the community. He was  elected member of the Legislative  Assembly in 1871, and was returned  continuously    for   the    next    fifteen  years - -to -the JJ; House, * Jn^'.which ; hej^;  filled - the'-office'  of "Speaker: "from",  1883 to, 1886.  "In. the early..daysjjqf/  this'-'-'dlstrict'"'Mr.' JMara "owned VafV  steamboat*-which, operated   on-theV  river ,from   Sicamous"' to-'' Enderby./  He also owned, a store at Sicamous.  | He was always courteous and oblige  ing, both in his business and public-'  life and- retained ..-thej;,respect-bf his .  bitterest political opponents.;   Three '*  years'"ago in- replying to anVnvita- '  tion < to come < to' Mara  to" open the  new. school,-he .wrote to" Wm.. Owen j-  how  much  he  would  like-,to~do:so "-  and talk"over old times,-and stated* ���������������������������  that  he" certainly   would   do  so-the  first   time   he  came   this   way. ^   He  gave  generously  towards the  build-,  ing of ,the Mara Church and.'was at."  all "times   pleased   to   lieiaf  of- .���������������������������ther:  prosperity    of    this    district",    which"-  was named after him. >   '    -  V;V������������������  X X X X X X X X X XX XXX  X GWNPHQP NOTES X  XXXXXXXXX XXX X X  Arthur Andersen went to Vernon  on business this week.  X  A   large    number'   of   logs   were  hauled to the mill this ^veek.  X  Mr.   Pritchard   and   family -moved  to   Grindrod   from   Armstrong   this  week.  X  Mrs. D. -S.- Rashliegh and son returned from New Westminster this  week.  X  G. Williams has gone to the Military Hospital at Vancouver for  treatment. '  X  Word has been received from  Vancouver that Mrs. Handcock has  undergone an operation and is now  progressing favorably.  X  A kitchen shower in honor of Miss  Nellie Monk was held at the home  of Mrs. H. Tomkinson last Friday.  Many useful articles were given her.  W. J. Armstrong left on Wednes.  day for Rochester, where he will  undergo an "operation for cancer of  the throat by the celebrated Mayo  Brothers. , W. J. is one of Armstrong's ioldest .and best business^  men and his many friends will look  forward with pleasure to his recovery, which it is expected will follow  the operation. OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1920  ���������������������������'*-.��������������������������� ������������������ftanagan Commoner  - In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Published every Thursday at Enderby. B.C.,  by The Walker Press, at  per year; $1.00 six months.  ' H. M.  WALKER  ���������������������������(V-  ���������������������������THURSDAY.*. FEB. 19, 1920  MUST GET INTO LINE  "Tl  organization  lhc Province.    As  board  is  tackling propositions oi  of greatest' importance lo thc In-  ie Coasl Board   of   Trade    (the   Provincial (  organization)   is now in excellent hands, and is j is not in the ease willi which  preparing lo be lhe most inlkiential public body  operating-in   lhe Province.    As an  lhe Provincial  magnitude am  lerior, and il is up to every Board of Trade in  the Okanagan lo wake up and gel down lo business. We must if we arc lo be identified Avilh  the Coasl organization. There niusl be no 'more  indifference on lhc pari of members of lhe local  boards.   And lhere is work I'or us all lo do."  This is the message brought home, from thc  Coast on Saturday by Ihc Vernon delegates to  the convention of ^hc" Provincial Boards held in  Vancouver. Thcy were" enthusiastic in discussing lhc possibilities lhal should follow lhc joining'' up of lhe Interior and Coast'-Boards, and  urged strongly lhat [here be an awakening in  Board of Trade matters throughout lhc Valley.  - In Ihis connection here is something good  "rom  the Salmon Arm Observer.    Does it apply  is performed; it can be done by a novice. That  was also true of the ������������������������������������������������������ old * system: We know a  man who when a boy went" to school with the  nicest kind of a vaccine sore on his arm. He was  envied by all the other, boys. They wan ted*, to  bc vaccinated, too. So he pulled out his jack-  knife, rolled up his sleeve and ������������������lhc sleeves of his  playmates, and from the pus, on his sore arm  vaccinated the whole school of boys. If simplicity of method is all there is to it this school  lad had something on Dr. Young . But the point  the vaccine poison  is pul inlo lhc body. Thc operation is nothing.  Thc real objection lo vaccination by these "irresponsible" persons lhat upset Dr. Young, is  in the dillicully of gelling the vaccine  oul of the system instead of into it.  A scar on the arm or the leg is little, but thc  cicatrice of superstition on the soul is a calamity.  Children should be taught thai health can come  only from a clean body, a pure mind, and from  useful work and righteous living. To leach lhal  a vile substance rubbed or injected inlo a beautiful _ahd hcallhv human body ���������������������������.pells hcallh is  a tragedy, Dr. Young lo the,, contrary notwithstanding.  poison  A WRONG AND AN INJUSTICE  Why washJayihand when ������������������  you can buy a RED STAR  Washing Machine for $25  This is .'-.positively the easiest working washing machine ever  put on  the  market and  will outlast any other.  "We are agents-in* this district for the Great West Saddlery  Co. and carry a complete lino of harness parts to meet your  every" want in  this line.  Another line which we have handled for the past 3 5 years  is McClary's Fariious tSoves nnd Ranges and Furnaces. You  can  get  the  best at the  lowest   market -prices.  Also  Clare  Bros,   high  oven  Ranges.  Full  assortment of   Linolo.un   at   !jU.G5   per  square  yard.  Feltol Oil Cloth,  90  cents ���������������������������pel' square yard. "*  Tablo   Oil   Cloth,   SO   cents   per lineal yard.  Congoleum   Rugs,   $18.00,   $20.00  and   $22.50.  Large, new stock  of  B.  II.  Paints  and  Varnishes  is  due  week.     Also   Aluminumware.  Barrel   Churns,   Sharpies   Cream   Separators.     Everything  the dairyman and  logging camp.  Write and  phone us for information  and  prices.  ������������������  this  for  ECO.  to yeu? "Make up your mind jjight now to  identify yourself wiih Ihe Board of Trade, and  lake'-an active part in il> c flairs. A few real live,  wires in this comnuinitv could accomplish an  infinite amount of good for lhc nublic weal. We  realize only too well that the lethargy of somc  people is simply chronic, wilh the result thai a  few narrow-minded bohohcaels always seem to  secure thc right of way in some.of our public  institutions. To bc sure, there arc exceptions,  bul it is easily perceived lhal the effective.work  which could casilv bc accomplished by our  more energetic and wilh'no- workers is too often  sliiled right al iK inception, simply through lack  of support and the gross indifference to matters  of public import by the great majority of pur  citizens. For this very reason what con I'I "easily  prove, lo bc onc of our most valuable public in-  .sliluliops-has never, as yet, go! nasi lhe weanin,<>-  stage. Wc refer, of course, lo lhc Board of  Trade/' If you, therefore, wish to* be of real us/***:  and service in your communitv. then attend the  --mccling. of thc Board of .Trade, and give vour  pledge to take an active parlin thc workings'of  this association throuahout the- year. Your  services, your support and your influence arc  more essential to an organization of Ihis nature  than lhc nominal membership fee. Money mav  "lalk" in many instances,' but il is service which  counts for most in a Board of Trade. Tb^vc  is.a place for you. and every onc of you. in this  r-t-ifaniznl'oh.'and if you are a real asset lo your,  community and are reallv interested in the. welfare an.-! nrr^oer'lv of Ihis whole dislrVt. then  you will gladly lake vrmr seal a I the I able alnn.<*  wiih Ihe rest of us. There are a number of vital  wilh thc rest of us."  Thc Stale of Illinois has practically declared the  vaccination law unconstitutional. The Supreme  Court of that slate, Justice Vaughan presiding,  thus decided a case before it: "Tbis case is an attempt to have a Writ of Mandamus issued compelling a School Board lo accept as a pupil a ccr-  | Ltii.ii child that has not been vaccinated. This  : Court docs nol find that a hcallhv child is a  danger or a menace lo pupils or Icachcrs. Therefore, lo deprive him of school privileges is to do  him a wrong ancl an injustice. In the case al  bar thc child is not on trial. Of himself he  could never bc expected to go to a physician and  ask lo be vaccinated. AH of his instincts arc  against the operation. ' Tbis Courl does not attempt lo decide whether vaccination is a/pro-  phvlaclic against disease���������������������������wc merely hold thai  il has not been shown that a healthy child is a  menace or danger lo his fellows. That thc voting  shall he "educated is very desirable: and. the attempt to deprive certain children of the right of  public school advantages is a very serious matter. ' Thc dangers arising from ignorance and  idleness arc quite as imminent as these arising  from smallpox. .".    .  "To use the leverage of coercion or irit'imida-  lion, with parental love as'a fulcrum, and thus  forcc parents to do certain thinqsJagainst their  conscience, is neither ethical nor equitable. As  a legal resort it is unjustifiable.  "Counsel lias intimated that while the child  mav not at present lie a danger lb his schoolfellows, vet the facl lhat hc has nol been vaccin-  Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing  ENDERBY, B. C.  We have  o  Enlarged our repair department, and   havc now   two  watchmakers, also two jewellers, who are kept busy.  Till, lately we have been unable to secure competent workmen  and as a consequence havc been    unable     to     return    repairs  promptly. ~  Wc are now prepared to give you service such as the Okanagan  bas not had since pre-war days.  Watches and Jewellery for repairs,  also orders for* manufactured jewellery come lo us from all Okanagan points.  Wc assure yon of accurate workmanship,-along with our well-  known  guarantee  of  "satisfaction, or money refunded."- .  ���������������������������. J. WHITEN  Manufacturing Jeweller  ���������������������������)i  G. REDGRAVE, Manager repairs  VERNON, B.C:  alcd  will in after-years  make him  a  society.    This is too anticipatory for  danger  to  "NEAR" SMALL-POX  Commenting cn llie recent sma.U-pox scare a  pre m'incnl physician characterized it as "the  'near' small-pox" epidemic. "Near" is no doubt  the correct term. About 2 per cent we should  sav. Men became waterlogged on; "nearV beer  when prohibilion came in, but''������������������������������������������������������-.lhcy couldn't net  anything more oul of it. And it is this wav'.with'  Ibc" epidemic of "near" smallpox in B. C.  =ij:hc-i-=s���������������������������������������������-re-=wi 1 Uvvcxul-us ���������������������������' In ei en 1 LvJ^Lo-LudtLcc^paoiilji  to. consider, but granting thc argument  this Court  wc do  nol sec how the enforced illiteracy and ignorance of Ihe child is going to limit thc dangers of  infection, if unhappily-he shall at some future  lime contract smallpox.  "Let lhc Writ of .Mandamus bc issucgl."  SPRING IS COMING  to  lal<<> cowpox. bul  noihing more.  Dr. Henrv Tvsson Young..superintendent, cf Uie  Provincial Board of Health, sa^s the '-rumored.  (Un-'fj-r IVrm smallpox in British Columha is a  myih. lie slates that there is no move smallpox  in the Province now lhan i������������������ usual Ihis l':mc of  year,  wilh   no  alarming condiI'-mis  anywhere.  Dr. Young states, however, lhat U is nccessar-v  If) ca"ry on constant war against smallpox, and  for lhis reason he advocates general :yaccjna(jou<  lo proven! the diseu'se spreading. He is anxious  lo have all children vaccinated-and -regrets v/m-v  mu'-h Ihe statements made from lime to lime  bv "irrr-SMoiK-ible"' persons lhal vaccina lion is an  evil. Medical science, he maintains: has so per-  l"i*'-li'd the. serum I real men I. f^'' smallpox Mint  Ihf preventive is :>lmo<.-| in!'al!;,de and lhe objectionable and painful methods of vaccination  hitherto used are a Ihinfl of the. pr;s-t. A novice  ,..,.-, iKM-Cnrin ih'* niv'i-i'i^i.. ho lo'd-Vbo Vancouver  Province,  and   he  i^  u.''l,f"-'l'v  endeavo'--  '���������������������������- ���������������������������   "���������������������������p-a<.   lhe nc-ccssarv cdi'^al'onjil   mailer  . wb'"h will load lo '^o inking of. udequa'e ������������������������������������������������������n-o-  '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������enlive mea.snros. Each succeeding '���������������������������"���������������������������"��������������������������� n era'.'on,  he artfiwd. p">i>.sI be vaccinated. 'Then there  would bc.no d;mgcr of an outbreak.'  . ��������������������������� *Wo������������������������������������������������������ regret being so dense in mir understanding, but we do not G*msp Dr. Wmng's line of  argument in support of vaccinai;on. Guess we  arc o'.nc of those- "irresponsible" persons., because we cannol aproe with him. He argues, as  wo underslaod It. that* vaccina1 ;^n- is almost infallible, vet lhat it must be carried on fr"o"m generation lo genera I ion to prevent lhc recurrence  of the disease it i* supposed to cure. Dr. Young  lays stress upon lhc ease wilh which vaccination  The first robbin of the season was seen io  town a week ago. His coming has not so far  inspired our spring poets to furnish anything to  print, so wc arc falling back upon that old  friend. Wall Mason, who gives this rippling  rhvmc, which helps somc: "Soon tbe farmers  jvsdlL-hc .farming, _plQAv.Ulg.-A'1?. Jhc_ bosky dells,  skies will soon bc bine and charming, "and the  breezes wearing bells. Everv day is bringing  nearer Spring, the season wc admire; and tins  'precious thought grows clearer as wc feed the  furnace fire. When I'm shaking down lhc ashes,  when I'm heaving in the coal, this reflection  goes a-llashing through lhe fibre of mv soul; and  1 wave lhc rusty poker and T slam lhe furnace  door, for 1 will nol need lo stoke ber, in lhc  spring lime anv more. Oh, lhc winter winds  arc chilling, and tbey jolt us when Ihe.v slnkc.  but Ibc springtime's "calmly drilling somewhere  up. the dusty pike; and she's bringing birds anel  roses and a" swarm of bumble bees; we forget  our frosted noses when wc think such thoughts  as these. Spring is coming, gentle reader, with  Ilia.I luscious smile of hers," and Ihc farmer wilh  his seeder will bc sowing cocklcburs. and we'll  gel up picne parlies in the sylvan dells and  glades, where the happv-...village smnrties will''  escort the giggling maids; anel we'll be knec-  deep in clover, anel forget bur every sore, for  Ihc winter will be over, and lhc Spring will have  the floor."  Mr- E. Trowern, the Dominion Secretary of the  Retail Merchants' Association, in speaking* at  Carleton Place tbe other evening, said: "It is the  small town newspaper1 lhat is going lo save this  countrv." noting lhat the large city, dailies-were*  so licel up to the departmental stores tmd the big  interests that onlv through the town'newspaper's  could the people'look for fair treatment. "Get  behind them." be. said, "and don't be afraid to  advertise. Thcy depend on you almost, wholly  for their support."  Painty TinnecJ Gqq4s  Tuna fish Pimientes Chicken  flacjclies S(ice<j SmoKecj Beef  .   Goods delivered promptly  At  tl  S  Try a packet of  to keep your stock in good condition.  Fresh Vegetable Shipments arriving every few days.  TEECE & SON  ENPERBY  EDWARD  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  Wie Glories of Spring  Out of doors will soon be here. Are'you preparing to enjoy this delightful season? Is your car in condition? Are  you preparing to buy a new one? Call and see us.  Electrical trouble a specialty.   "  RAND'S GARAGE  ENDERBY  Ford Dealer and Repairs. (f>
THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1920
Big    Developments    in    Evangeline's    Land
Developemnt     of     Agriculture     the
Xec������l   of  the  Hour  in  "B.   C.
The new Dominion Atlantic Railway Passenger Station   at Bridgetown.
Not only is the Canadian Pacific
Railway making advances in.accord.-
r ance  with  the - necessities     of  the
"  *"" ��������� times, and  providing. every.;modern
'" *' Improvement   for   the ���������- convenience
-  and  comfort of the Tpublic, but/ all
��������� its subsidiary lines' are similarly progressive.     The   Dominion   Atlantic
Railway, which serves a* large portion qf Nova Scotia and rums through
'���������    the   beautiful -Land jof  Evangeline,
: now owns, and    operates" The Pines
Hotel at Digby, providing first class
"accommodation7for  tbe .large num-
*    -  tiers~bf tourists- who.visit.the, district.-    A new night service between
-        - Halifax and Yarmouth has.recently
been inaugurated."   This night ser-
'" ���������"'���������-���������.. .vice - leaves ^Yarmouth; ..on Monday,-
- Wednesday , and 'Saturday .evenings;
,,- '��������� Vfcnd-Halifax "on "Sundays, Tuesdays,
; . -   - mi-,Fridays'; and?marks "one of- -the
:'-'���������  S*i most^importarit "devel6pmeJntsssinee
V-J- J7 %iieVthrough .line"of " raUway 1-from.
:.*''.-> V Yarmouth to" Halifax "was; opened up
"'"'. ':, for traffic: in .1891'; C-These.; trains car-
:"r ."   ^'rwiBBOtt*1 combined freight and-bas-.
senger service, but only.carloads of
through merchandise-are carried.
When on' a trip of inspection over
thc  Dominion  Atlantic  Railway, ~ at
the end of November last,:Mr: Grant
Hall, vice-president of-the C: P. R-.-"
expressed' tho "desire- '. to'f have th- .
D. A.R.-equipped in.the. near, futun
with steel  rails much heavier thai
those at present-laid.  ��������� He said thai
this work would-probably be undertaken-when the effects of war .conditions   had  disappeared. ;=-. ���������'��������� Important
improvements' are being carried'out
along the line and arrangements are
progressing   for   the   erection of a
new station at Digby .which will pro7
vide  the   most  up-to-date   facilities
for - touristis and'" other , traffic ;and
add  considerably " to : the  beauty : of
the -town.:. -- It is estimated-that- during-' 1919, 60,000 tourists'visited,-Nova
ScotiaJ-- and - spent yjthere ;aboutY$3,-
OOO.OOOJ." '" Recently ^:,ay.new, .station
was ^opened at-. -Bridgetown,"- much to
24 fCx 56 ft. with 20 ft. overhanging I opposite sidei of the track  was 'built
on-each-end aad;has in. flront'a tayia; by contract .by J. H. Hick* & bom.
"Agricultural development is by
far the most important task ��������� we
have before us in British Columbia," said Mr. Jones, member for
South Okanagan in- the Provincial
House, in ' reviewing rural develop,
ment.. Ho spoke of the immense
area of the province���������the acreage
being 253,190,400, with nearly 23,_
000,000 acres considered suitable
for agriculture and only 31n,000
acres under cultivation.
"What is the department of agriculture doing to advertise our great
resources?" was bis query. i.',The
Hon;' Mr.��������� Barrow has been Rikened
"to tlie great Lincoln so many times,-
and there".is a physical resemblance.
It - is to be hoped be shows himself-
like "Lincoln in ability. The' Interior   thinks   he  i.s  asleep."        _ - -
The speaker" rgretted the fact that
hall*  of  the   foodstuffs  of.-the -*prov_������
ince have to be imported, and point-,
ed :out to .the house  that very little
effort  wouldVb'e ' necessary  to   speedy
up   production   to   the  point     where
Brftish. Columbia'--could     be   .selfi
supporting-in'this   regard. . -He   re_-
minded"'the   minister   of .agriculture
that  every   farmer  placed   upon   the;
land* meant a warranted  increase in
nnnulation"of .eleven   persons..
walk 390 feet long and 12 feet wide
The building"iarivery conveniently
designed.7-    It:has . a ./cement base-,
merit."". ���������' The outside finish- is stucco
on.truss'i.t  lath,, centred   with  plain
pebbled clash, ���������> with "J smooth    finish
above J and" belowj   . The roof-is asbestos.   The iiiside consists bf gents',
room, 20 ft.-x*:2f4 ft, office 14 ft. x
14 ft., ladi���������is'' waiting room, 12 ft. x
24 ft, and .baggage room 24 ft. 10 ft.
The.inside finish-is of Douglas fir
and  birch, -" finis-hied r in. the   natural
wood.     The ceilings and side walls
are sand.- finish ;\tinted,   in-, cveam.
There are: also1 /"up-to-date,   conveniences arid the heating plant consists-
bf -'a  Cumberland '*- hot- ��������� air furnace^
manufactured- and installed by;;.Mr.;
G. E. Banks, of Bridgetown,.whoalso
executed the plumbing.-.-: The.inside
������.nd outside decorating wais in charge
Harry'.Sancton::-: The-whole
was ^opened ar.Hriasenjwu,- muuu >v. 9i'^h-"r"'.^-'TrA-~-c.:,,Ajrtir--[nf" a
the satisfaction bf theipublic^f.that; f?^=.���������������,"������-^e^^{hng^of^a
tb.wa:;.VJt:-.isVa;;haMsome_.^^^ ������h^.\^ftk?iA?f^^^\::F������
under the' personal supervision of
Mr.0E, A. Hicks, of that firm, who
has already built ��������� seven Dominion
"Atlantic Railway stations.    .' - ��������� . J   ,.-
. The   Dominion - Atlantic;. Ry.   has   -:
also added to its system the  hotel at;-;
Kentville nowrknown"ais the. "A.ber-, -
dee'n."      Kentville is"' an: important -
and growing centre, andthe fact-that
It-is now to-have modem" hotel accommodation will add tremendously. ,���������
to-its benefit.-     ���������".:    '������������������  - ;'; '.   ,
- The "Aberdeen" is splendidly situated,  and J will   be-made.. very. at- -:-
tractivfe.   - It .will" be.renovated   and. ;
refurnished    from Vcellar ..to Ji roof.
Manv of the rooms will be. equipped/-..
.withVprirate baths.-:;.;Ther.work  of-';
renovation, wiir begin .at once, -but
will-be-sb'conductedJthat.guests,will  -:
not "-be.:-disturbed.- =. The:/Aberdeen
will'continue to be.ojperated the vear-,
commercial; interests :as .wey LaB,<to...%.
the.tpurisit.triaJffieV .*:VVv;^ ^TPs,/' V '7
:' Jfdu*n3-:' tiriie- to contribute; nearly, a score ;.ot ex-
^::ih4f^c--thSnkciV" for iiooli:!. Tlicy"arc^ Uic^cellent.bqofcs-to Uie:wprJd's >est;literature. Thijs
y:y y.-.^y strhvesv ;,v^ .;
The .'trolley men went but on;strike,
The ..waiters   followed , suit;^,-- - ..,���������;
Tlie. housemaids', .union-wants  more
'-   pay,.* V.     '.'.-'' ���������'":��������� ;���������.-'���������='.'*V.~,"
' And ."six nights out .to. boot. ,.'.,. SS:
The ' janftors'-have-_quit--.and,'-left,-"
;',^Us,  forVburselves\"to- shirk; "-<.������������������-
jThe . railroad ..-" brotherhoods .-."walk
;*-'--: out, ,    . ".--.-V' -"'   -*"' '",... -,'���������"'-���������- :, ."V
'S A nd "make jlis iii}Se',to. work-. .   :, ���������
The painters drop the", brush "'arid   pot
'-" 'Demanding -wages .high,. ���������_. '���������- v-,--
The'minors-leave the--cbal unmined,
-"More   money,", is'.their -cry.
The' plumbers'* will   not "mend...-the
pipes,"-: .     ,-..'      ���������* * ���������-:.'  F-   - -.*
.-'--" Increase . of*:wealth 'they   claim,   -
But  .mother' never ' strikes   -^ :she
,   ,   keeps       ��������� _ '" --   "-
On   working   just  "the   same.,-'--'
FOR .SALE���������Two and a half years,
old thoroughbred foirkshirc boar;
F   JR   E   DeHart, Enderby.   .i22-tf
- oSing   to-tlie' increasing .menace-
of   the -'epidemic"", of.. 'smallpox  now;'
prevalent,' 'it.'is "hereby  ordered-that-',.
rio-,public"-.gath"erings';'of- an" indbbr':-
character', ;rbe.* ;.;lield./ru.nti>l A furthej,^
notice.    '-[.��������� ���������������������������.   .���������-.-,'.,-���������;'   ',.   ->-.,.-:..-; .J.-'T'
'���������:.- Any ,.ihfraction:'ofJ. thjs; order, .will':���������
Vender; the pifenderi;liable,; top"pfpse; i
cutio'n.,.-.'*; -'- . -'* -'���������.,'. - J*-r-.' :'��������� ��������� J*".V~ .'--A'S
; - Dated: at-the ���������- City "."Hall,- ".Enderby ;"
th'is-;,-llth*""'day-'J of-*Eeb'ruary,v 1920/:^;
.:", J:V. --J V"; V . FRED,.H._ * tJARNES^^
7-s: -AiSS 'V y'Chaifrrian: of :-th'e." Board ^
^SA-^e 1^-1
.-���������;Vi>; saS:.} A.-..
S7S'. '���������"-','"'; AS;.- ,ii i
7 notice;
. j.-j :.\y
. l3cst society m u c    ace yuy w    -,        . tofcel passions of-the Jhunian heart.
In   sucli    toufitig:^"^^ni;Vn  Chnh-      Thc'presidenl of a great university said a Jew
.American jiutlior and  'cclum,   ^uiain  ^^
ningT^'css lus-apprcciat^^^^^^^ w~^:?- those who d^���������G^i;
nearly a century ago.    It has   inaccu   ������<- produce   hetter   thinkers.      Good
testimony ol every    ^���������  Ju ^nluScinS! reading is within the read! of all.   Even though
imprcss-oi-a sUonfij   isonaj   5  upon a ,      ^ o-8omewhdl difficuU fa8,   al fir?t, ,cl Cvcry-
civilwaUon.      JM to   siwJ   ^������������  ^.^io^ one cultivate a  lasic  for Rood reading, andI wc
Homer under^PfP^^fJ books; but!shall soon f.nd the community life womicrluly
fhSv'sUm da ed his ^iU: Teddy Roosevelt   enriched .in every way-lhc world shall be made
one -ood book a week, and in the same period Isalc lor Qcn,ocracy;-D..T.W. : -
.To  jSetiii7c\eyin6nis of. tlie  City'- of.J
--. Va'iicouvcr.V-4h -"wtlioj,- -I'rovinc'eJ*: j������f ���������.
',   Iti'iV'ish Co|unil)in.".:    S"-"-*- i      V 777:
-.'- Take ^Notice .Jthat on - tlie "4 th -day. ^
ot MarchJ^19l'9,  a 'writ  was   issued";..
out- bfJ_tjie*"Supreme Court, of-.British;'"
Columbia.rat Vernon, B.--C.,_against^,-
"you an'il., James Mowat 'at, theJsuit- of-
Minnie ''.Bowes,'-- of;   Hullcar",  B." C.,".
and -that the-;Plairitifrs claim Js - eiL" ,
dorserf ch'-the-Vvrit; as'- follows: S~-S.
->'.-"The'-Plaintiff's iclaJim' ,is"-to   have'.--
an, "account-.taken, of, what is'dp*e:tb,;:
her -'under " the' covenant - to<-pay \ofv
the- Defendant,   James .Mowat, ,..unV-
der. a'certain indenture of mortgage..;
bearing .date J tlie"  ilth   day "of-" Npr,'J
-Jvember,L-A.D.   1912;-.mad.e   betAveen.;,
th's" .said,-Defendant',-. James- Mowatv,J;;
a^s ' Mortgagor,  "and"' the "PlaintiJff. ��������� a's-o'
-Mortgagee, Sot..'- certain . -1 ands^.. des;.'
cribed    as Lots numbered l/2,"3;*4,
oSG,    I'S 8,^9,-.'io;';.ir-. and; 3.2,. in-.
Block   "numbered.    9, . according ; to ���������
Map numbered. 211A, of ��������� the City .of '"
Enderby. in  the .Province of -British J
Columbia. ���������   ..       - "-:"���������_*' ."
, . "The   Plaintiff's   further   claim   is,
���������   James    Mowat,    the   'amount'   which'
-rS"'A'*- --S' ���������-"
. '1-'",. '-Ti:1*-" - -.'  .
coon roads tx caxapA
���������- "���������*ft.- 1' -.i ���������-..'
Executor's Notice
In lhe Matter of the Estate of
William    John    Fenton,    Deceased
NOTICE is hereby given ih:it all
persons having claims nfluinst the
Estate of the late William John
Fenlon, who died on thc 16.lh day
of November, t019, are ������Wiir������U������
send to tt. J. Coltart and B. .VJ���������r
ton the executors of the said es-
ta c or to ihe undersigned, their
solicitV Sn orbefore lhe 20th day
of February,- 1920, a full statement of their claims and of any
securities held by them, duly verified and that after that da c tne
Executors 'will proceed to distribute the assets, of the deceased,
among the parties entitled thereto
and having regard only to the
claims which have been duly filed
with them or their solicitor.
Dated this 17th day of January,
1920>   . A. C. SKALING,
Solicitor for the Executors
of thc Estate of William John Fenton, deceased. j<w-������
farmer's Stipp\y
Special sale for this month
of Groceries, Feed and
Flour, Dry Goods.
N. Pavjos,     ' ...\    -    Mara
farms For Sale
I have three good hay and
stock ranclieo for sale; from 130
fo 330 acres each. Apply for
px*iccs and terms���������
Box 171 Enderby
Meet Your FriewU at
and enjoy a pleasant eyening
is committed to spend $50,000,000
on one -big highway scheme. Foi-
this purpose the ��������� Dominion Government has set aside' $20,000;000 to
represent 40 per cent of tlie whole,,
ancl as all tlie Provinces have entered the ' compact, th us assuring
the raising of the necessary ?30._
000,000 to complete thc scheme it
"moans' that* this .counlry- is determined to havc a- main highway system equal. at least to that of any
other country. This huge amount
of money added to the large-sums
that will be spent during thc same
period by the S!)0 municipalities
on their street improvements, represents in round ^figures an aggregate expenditure of at least Jf������-i 0 ,_
000,000 per annum for the next
five yeras on highways, roads and
streets in Canada. Surely an indication of  the spirit  of the  times.
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos
both chewing and smoking
���������always fresh:
We wish to thank the' many
friends who so kindly helped tq
raise money to replace some of our
loss, and beg to acknowledge receipt of $406.75. With very many
thanks. ���������
.Telephone   girls   have   never  been
known to ask one to call again.
=v>������!i   he  certified   to -be  due  her  on
tiie taking of the said accounts'and .
her costs of action.
"The Plaint'ff's . further' claim is
that, in default of the said'. Defend-
}>ntp. or ��������� pHber-'-of them, paying to
the Plainf'ff the amount -found to
be due to her on the taking of the
siid a cc unts, within such times., as
tho Court'may direct,' that-'the defendants, nnd each'of them, be de.
birrod and foreclosed of"and from1:
all right, title, and interest of," in
and to the said lands,-and that the
Plaintiff do recover possession - of
the  said   lands.
"And  for a lis pendens."
Ancl further take notice that by
order of 1-Tis Honour. Judge Swanson, locnl Iu dee of the Supreme
Court of "Rritish1 Columbia." said
writ is to bo served on you bv the
publication of this ���������notice for one
month herein, and by mailing copies of the said Writ nnd Order to
you by registered mail, at Seattle.
Wash., and at Spokane, Wash., ;U.
S.  A. '    ,  -.
And further take notice tliat unless you enter an appearance to the
said writ at the Court House.-Vernon. 3. C. within thirty days-of the
'mailing of snid registered letters as
aforesaid, - the Plaintiff shall proceed herein as if vou had been per_
souqUv' served with the said" .Writ
or Summons. ���������
Dated at Enderbv. B.C., this 10th
day of February, 1920.       '    .
A.   C.   SKALING.
Solicitor   for   the   Plaintiff.
[ Enderby,   B.C. '31  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY,   FEBRUARY   19,   19 20  WAVK   Oh"   SI'llJI'n'AIJSM  Every    great    disturbance   in  mental  and   spiritual  atmosphere  of  the    world    has    becn    followed    by j  marked    increase   in    tho   desire   of;  the   human    mind    to   delve   deeper j  into the  mystery of  things that are  and   seem.     Over   in   England   there i  is   a   most   marked   increase   in   the  followers  of  Spiritualism.     So  much  so tliat the bishops and other clergy  are seeking to know more about the  phenomena.       The    other    day    the  Dean   of   Durham   (Bishop   Welldon 1  preaching     in     Durham    Cathedral,  said   that "perhaps  the  most remarkable   of   the   spiritual   consequences  of  the    war   was   the    desire   of so  many    pious    souls    for    communion  with the dead.     "Is there," he asked  "any   possibility   of   intercourse   between the living and the dead?     We  know That  the dead  are still  living.  We  know    that    they    have    entered  .upon   a   larger   ancl   better  'life,   but  can they tell us anything about that  life,  even  so  much  as  would  assure  us; by a personal message, that they  are  still   alive?      Tt   is   the   silence  which   is   so   awful���������������������������that   long,   unbroken,  that ""inexorable  silence.     Ts  there any voice, any word, that it is  Discussing the- question as to  whether '-spiritualism in itself, was  right or wrong, Bishop Welldon remarked that tiie Church must be  ready to accept new "truth. She  must not. say���������������������������for it would be as  irreligious as unscientific to say "it  of any truth���������������������������that it was impossible  or incredible. Tt might be the will  of God to reveal new' lesson's by.  means of spiritualism, and if .so the  Church must not refuse ,or resist  but must  welcome  those  lessons.-  "Spiritualism in itself is not irreligious or un-Christian. If the life  after death   is  a  dream,  then indeed  is   religion   folly;    but   if   the   spirit  j of  man  survives  the experience  that  t]    iis   called   death,   if   it   does   not   die,  [but enters upon  a new life,  then, at  "Ir-ast,  it   is  possible���������������������������1  say  no  more  !���������������������������but  it  is  possible,   that  the  spirit  'may  in  certain  circumstances  manifest   itself   to   human   eyes,   and   the  j spirit    may    communicate    by    some  means   or  other   to   living  spirits  on  this   earth.     There   are   many   difficulties  and   many  improbabilities  attached   to   the   alleged   spiritualistic  phenomena;    there   is   the   suspicion  and.  even    discovery    of    fraud    in  some   of   them.       Yet   nobody    who  concerns   himself   with   spiritualism  or   spiritualistic   phenomena   in   the  present  clay     can  , help     being   impressed   by   the   intellectual   and   tho  religious   character   of   some   spiritualists.     Whether   or   not  there   are  appearances   after   death   .must   rest  wholly   upon   evidence;    and   I   hold  that the evidence for them is so considerable,     so     independent,   and   so  difficult     of     explanation���������������������������if    it- be  assumed   to     be     trustworthy���������������������������that  the candid mind will yield at least a  provisional assent to the theory that  such    communications   as   these   between   the   living   and   the   dead   are  not   unworthy   of   belief   among   individual   Christians  or  in   the   Christian Church."  o  BXDERBY   COURT   OF   REVISION  Complaints    Heard   and    Assessment  Sustained in Most Cases  At the meeting of the Court ' of  Revision' held- at the City Hall on  Monday, the 9th inst, and an Wednesday, the 11th, with the Mayor  and Aldermen Burnham, Coltart  Gaylord and Nichol sitting, the following complaints were heard and  disposed  of:  J. H. Teece complained that he  did not own lot 1"i on roll, and ;i  search of the records was ordered  to find the owner.  .1. Dunwoodie complained that his  property was not included in School  District. It was found on investiga-;  tion that the complaint was correct,  according to the redefined boundaries of the Rnderby School District  and the property was struck out  the roll.  STAND  TOGETHER  All the residents of a town are  partners, not opponents. In all 'likelihood the more business done by  your rival, the more you will do.  Every merchant who "treats his customers honestly and fairly will get  his share and the more business  that can be secured by united effort,  thto better it will be for all. When  a town ceases to grow it commences  to die, and the more people try to  kill each other off in business and  good name the more rapidly will  utter ruin come to all. Stand together   for   tho  advancement  of   all.  Kamloops is fighting an epidemic  of  flu  in   dead   earnest.     It is esti_  200 i  TOBACCO  friends  D  healthy  Tobacco   has   lots   of  may~not   be   any   too,  may   not   contribute  to   the.  development   of   the   human  It  and  highest  experi-  The*  mated that there are fully  homes are seriously affected,  high school building has been  turned- into an emergency hospital,  ot! where many-of the patients" in - the  j pneumonia , stage    are    being cared  HAD  TO ^RUX  AWAY  A bashful curate found the young  ladies in the parish too helpful. At  last it became so embarrassing that  he :left. Not long afterward he met  the curate who .succeeded him.  "Well," he asked, '"how clid yon  get on with the ladies?"  "Oh, very well indeed," said' the  other. "There is safety in numbers,  you know."  "Ah," was the instant reply, "I  only  found  it in  Exodus."  G.   R.   Lawes**1 complained  that' his t for.  property   was   assessed   above   agricultural   or   horticultural   value.   Assessment  sustained.  Assessment  was   sustained,  in   the  complaints   of   Jas.   Mowat   and   A.  Fulton.  .Assessment   reduced   $t"500   in   the'  complaint of F. A. Adams. [  R.   Potrie,   unregistered   owner   ofi  property   No.   Ill,   complained   that  assessment   was   too   hign. "  Assessment sustained.  Assessor   asked   to   be   allowed   to '  correct  an  error  in  acreage  of  pro_  er*y   No.   611 - assessed  to   Okanagan.  Saw  Mills,  ancl  correct'on  made.        !  Correction   also cmade'in   assess-:  ment of C. P. R. property.  J. F. Johnson complained of tco  bisli assessment. Assessment sus_  tained on No.s 50 and 5G; owing to  redefinition of boundaries of Enderby School District, parce's Nos. 714  and   ������������������1 0  were struck ont of roll.  A. M. Baird asked that the assessment of his property be reduced to  as-ri-'MiRural- v^!lu������������������.   Reduction   made.  Tt is reported th^t there are from  20 to 30 cases of "near ' smallpox  on the Indian reserve. The Indian  department has been asked to place  someone in authority on each, reserve'to see that health'regulations  are observed ancl that Inmates of  houses under quarantine are supplied   with  necessaries.  Specialties  at Duncan  Bios.  Teco brand Buckwheat Flour;  delicious for hot cakes. Honey in  quart sealers: Sunkist orange marmalade; marshmallow cream in pint  scalers, a fine substitute for whipped   cream. -~ .  ment, but millions and millions'of  people find their patience with life  materially supported V by At. It  smells bad in some forms to some  people, but it ruins no families. It  costs money, but workingmen do  not blow in their weelds earnings  on Saturday night in cigar stores.  It injures some people, but destroys few, and is regarded by many  as probably beneficial. The W. C.  T. II. may be game to fight it and  annihilate it if possible, but the W.  iC. T." IT. is not really a very for_  i midablo concern. The Anti-Saloon  League, which has a lot of punch,  i will think a long time before it  starts to knock out tobacco. If the  millenium comes tobacco will probably go. But so will advertising,  newspapers, doctors, ministers and  lots of other aids and troubles to  ,he existing phase or life. If tobacco goes then, it will go in a  large company. But pending the  millenium, we are likely to keep it.  ���������������������������Life.  Like Riding* on Roa4s  with the Bumps  Scraped Off  The meeting of the U. F.  derby local will not be held  day, Feb. 20th. Due notice  given  when  meeting will be  of En  on Fri-  will'he  held.  TENDERS   FOR   J'OTjES  There is only one wnv  lo en  oy   lhc  greater  eonil'orl  inlro-  willi   ils   1304incli   Sprin  ea r  dueed hy lhe new Overland 4  And lhal is by riding in l'  lja.se!  Clone is llie usual bouncing, swaying and .jolting,  due lo lhc three-point suspension Triplex Springs  more of a smooth gliding sensation.   .  ������������������g-  rnstcad,  there   is  Tenders will be received by the  undersigned, up till 21s't inst.,'covering the supply of Cedar Poles,  sizes '25, 30, and 3*" feet; G, 7, and  S inch tops respectively. Prices to  be-quoted carload lots, f. o. b. cars.  Sicamous branch O. P. R. or de.  livered to yards Vernon, Kelowna.  and   Penticton.  Lowest or any tender not neces-  sarilv   accepted.  OKANAGAN  TELEPHONE   CO.,  A.   B.   Godfrey,   Supt.  Vernon,   Feb.   I Oth.   1920.        f 1 2_2t  We can supply it  Whatever your. requirements in Men's Clothing���������������������������for  cold weather, wet weather, sunshine or cloud���������������������������we can  supply you: from head to foot. All the best makes in  Clothing, hats, caps, neckwear, and footwear.  E# B* DILL  Men's Wear Groceries <, Enderby, B. C.  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-17170.  Our cough remedies will do it  =====T"I i c ~j Ja "s"5TcllT^Ts^rJi'"c===iroti"() n 1 y-frcc^h-o 11 *r*T> rd i n a v y^r oa cl-b 1 o ws  bul the car itself is shielded, prolonging ils life and reducing  upkeep.  The light weight of tliis new-  Overland -'  fuel and tires.  And it is fine lookintr. and 1 tixurionsly  fully equipped from Kleetrie S tarling and  I lorn.  Let us show you why the three-point suspension Triplex  Springs give h.eavv carcomfort and road steadiness to  a light ear for the first-time.  J. McMahon & Son Enderby, B. C.  I means economy ol  cushioned;     it     is  Lighting lo Electric  ~  r  y:  :^Ssp7:i/W^-  :tf~A /\'\  '  ;   ','   .-Ss-A*i- -.*)   -  '   />:s/spysk'  Vy  Come Here for  Clothes  Whether your work is on the  farm, in the woods, at the bench  or in the office we can fit you out  in clothing and footwear, neckwear and headgear.  SHAKES FOH SALE���������������������������Applv, Harrv  =���������������������������AVor-t-h,==-Lii niby-^RO. J29-M-  Stop the f\vf  Ry stopping the  cold  before  it  develops  A. Reeves  Druggist and Stationer.  '  ENDERBY  \  C. SKALING, B. A.  3c a" word first insertion, 2c a word each insertion thereafter: , 25c minimum charKo; 10c extra  whore cash does not accompany order.  FOR S.\fjf:���������������������������A 3-year-old, cow; to  freshen Feb. 17. M. A. Dangle,  Grindrod.   - fI2_2p"  V ^ *"*****''"  LOST-��������������������������� Black ancl white, short-hair  - cattle dog; -short tail; answers,  to name of "Bob." Reward will  be paid. Anyone keeping dog  ���������������������������after publication ]c^f 'this notice  will      be      prosecuted. Ernest  Skyrme,   Grindrod. f 1 9-1.  This Week  Only  VOU CAV 1JUV TOYS,  (.'AMES, POLLS, FTC  AT :$0      OIT.  ..II'   you   intend   buying'  C'il'l     for    jiny    of     tlie  ski-", oii: wixnow.  ii   liii-llidity  little    ones.  Enderby Supply Go.  POPULAR  I'o.xtolli.cc.   one  THE  VARIETY  door   east.  STORE  Fnderby  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  hull Blk. Enderby, B.C.  Percheron Stallion  Imported Percheron Stallion for  Sale.   A only  COLDSTREAM ESTATE CO.  Limited  Vernon. B. C.  FOR    S.-WiH���������������������������General    milk    cows,  " coming     fresh;      Holstein;      good  ���������������������������milkers.     Chas.   Ashton;   Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������A brick cottage on Regent street, near river; lot 72x290  feet; hot and cold water fixtures;  .. four rooms and bath; good concrete cellar; no encumbrances;  titleclear.    For price and partic.  nlars   apply,   Mrs.  4!27   7th   w���������������������������   Point  con ver. B.C.  TTVBiiichV  Grey,   Van-  J29-4t  A.F&A.M-  Enderby Lodpe No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or,after the  full moon at 8 p. in. in Masonic Hall. Visitini?.  brethren cordially  invited  0.  II. KEEVES  Jas. Dickson  ENDERBY  REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT  Bell Block Enderbv Vernon Road  rfe^  Fresh Fish for  Friday  GEO. R. SHARPE  Wholesale   and   Retail - Butcher  Enderby, B. C.  Palace Livery  Ed. Sparrow, Prop-  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets 1st & 3rd  Monday eve  in Masonic Hull.    Viaitorscor-  dinlly invited to attend.  WM. ANDERSON, C C  II. M. WALKER, K. R. S  R. .T. COT.TART. M.F.  EUREKA LODGE NO 50  I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday evening at  S  o'clock.    Visiting brothers cordially  invited.  AV. E. Duncan, N G.  D. K. Gi:en, V. G.  vV II. A. Teece,-See.  fnderby Branch G. W. V. A.  Enderby  The Enderby branch of the G. W.  V. A. meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday in the Drill Hall at 8 o'clock  p.m. All visiting comrades are welcome. E. A. Robertson, Sec.  1  i 11  ..   -hi  VJ  1  I  i  * i������������������  _m_  mmmm!  ������������������������������������������������������  _____%


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