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 /.-" -"<* lecrte -w-i^ri~c  /  6  0mm0net  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  WW*AAAMAAMMAAA*1(  Vol 13, No. 49, Whole No. 645  ENDERBY, B. C. THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1920  Subscriptioi., $2 a year; 5c copy  PROGRESSIVE  JAPANESE  Owners   of   Valuable   Businesses   on  Coast���������������������������What   is   B.   C.   Doing?  Vaccinea and Flu are Responsible  for the Closing of the Schools  The   public   schools   of   both   En_; scesses,   phlebitis,   pyaemia,   throm-  derby   and   Armstrong  and-1 the   sur-,bosis,  uraemia   (kidney  poison),  ax-  < rounding   district   have   been   closed   illary     abscesses,     purpura,    lupus,  ^for two weeks to allow the children  asphyxia,    suppurations    of    glands,  to   recover  from   the  effects   of  vac-   gangrenous    ulcerations,   phlegmon,  .parenshymatous       nephritis,        par<   ���������������������������   ���������������������������    ���������������������������   -     alysis,      convulsions,   '  oedema      of  of the flu epidemic.    The number of!lungs, , multiple     gangrene,     acute P.afi.?^_*n.d__!^  _t?e_!__7ere  ���������������������������Pld1/  victims  is in  excess  of that of  the j septicaemia,     acute     osteomyelitis,  early   winter.     Every   precaution , is contraction    of    muscles     impairing  being    taken   and    the   situation    is; use    of    arms,     neuritis,   ankylosis,  well in hand.  cination  Armstrong   is   suffering   a   return  Speaking in the Provincial Legislature this week on the question of  Japanese immigration, Mr. Jones,  Scuth Okanagan." member, told of  the progress - being made by the  Japanese   in  various   parts     of     the  loss of sensation, synovitis, menin.  Two cases of smallpox of a very! giitis, ��������������������������� cerebrospinal meningitis,  mild type have developed in Ender. ; pneumonia, pyaemic - abscess, .py_  by, one child and .one adult. No uria, glandular bascess in groin,  illness Is experienced by either,  but   both   have   been   quarantined.  SMALLPOX   EPIDEMIC  acquiring control of.various branch,  es of the agricultural industry. In  Seattle they owned ������������������7 per cent of  the hotels and 25 per cent of the  grocery stores. , They had ��������������������������� 6,800  acres of land in the' Yakima Valley  and were tying up-large holdings in  this Province. He stated there were  14,000   Japanese   in "British   Colum_  Enderby Local United Farmers  Preparing Permanent Quarters  Between   forty  and   fifty  members lvS.   C.   R.   and   explained   also   that  Smallpox of a very mild type has  been epidemic in .various parts of  the Province for several weeks  past. There has been the usual re.  course to* vaccination, with here  and .there individuals and communities standing out against the order.  Within the past two weeks the Provincial Health Department has or_  dered that all school children shall; jng vaccinated,  be vaccinated or refused the priv_  ilege of "attending public- school.  As a result of this order the school  children of Armstrong were made  sick with cowpox last week and on  Tuesday of this week - the - school  children' of Enderby were made  sick   by  the  same  process.  The- schools are now closed  and will remain closed for two  weeks or longer while Nature is  driving the pus poison out of the  bodies of these children and bringing  them .back  to  health  again..  Health boards seem to ' act on  evil signs ana omens. ,"' A healthy  child is a menace to society and so  the health board orders that It "be  made sick with the poison from a  diseased cow. The^ deed is done.  ' One dollar, please. The child recovers, or it doesn't. Months' later,  perhaps years later, various other  blood and organic diseases attack  the child. There are some 50 or  60 of these diseases which have  followed vaccinea, according to the  Medical Record.  and   hplegmonous   cellulitis."  The  best   medical   authorities   tell , .      .     .    ..    .    .. , ,  ,..        .    .  us. that smallpox, is contagious only b,a' and -that this P������������������Pulation had  when the blood is loaded with im. doi,bled ln ten years-  ���������������������������purities,- If you bathe regularly, Mr- Jones, refe���������������������������ed to a letter  eat but little meat, fast absolutely sent by the JaPajiese Consul at Van-  when you have no desire for food, co������������������ver to the allied boards of trade,  exercise regularly, take long walks in which lt was practically stated  and deep breathing as a part of"that if the opposition to Japanese  these exercises,  and  drink  freely  of immigration  was not stopped  Japan  of the Enderby Local U. F. B. C.  were in attendance at the meeting  of the organisation in Orange Hall  on Friday evening last. The business of the meeting -was largely of  a preparatory nature���������������������������getting the  decks ready for larger things In the  near future.  Mr.. Smedley, chairman of the  committee appointed at the last  meeting to find, a suitable meeting  place, reported that he had received  an offer from George Bell to let the  local have the use of the hall in his  brick block at- a rental of $5 per  month. He found, however, that  it would cost in the neighborhood  of $200 or $250 to properly seat  the hall and provide a stove, pipes,  etc. After some discussion it was  decided to lease the hail for twr-  years if it couldQ be had" at ��������������������������� the  figure named and to proceed with  furnishing   it "for   meetings,   socials,  pure   water,   it  is   absolutely   impos.  "W"   refuse   to   send   her     money ���������������������������   ^ re  sihio   fnr   v������������������������������������    tn   am,,,-���������������������������   o "* fsww here   for   investment.       Mr.     Jones       .     . '.     .._   _,.__  sible   for   you   to   acquire   a   filthy  disease like smallpox.    But' you can could see no catastrophe in this. He  readily acquire one as^ filthy by be- reviewed  the    Canadian    legislation  which  had permitted the holding of    land1 by the Japanese, and  thought  .   |a great error had been made when  AN OUTRAGE AND A CRIME      -the   Dominion   Government   lowered  quired funds necessary for chairs,  tables, stove, pipes, and other requirements, was quite easily disposed of ���������������������������by opening a subscription  list. Something over $60 cwas  subscribed in a* few; minutes, and  the paper was left in the hands of  they were here to investigate some  complaints against the Okanagan  Saw Mills. As this latter matter  is still subjudice no further reference can be made to it until after  next meeting beiyond .stating that  there is every prospect of an amicable and satisfactory understanding being arrived at.  The Provincial Command questional re was settled favoring an  Independent Party - in politics in  preference  to  a  soldier  party.  Comrade Glen accepted app"'"1.  ment of caretaker of the driiOi-  and Comrade Gilders was elected as  delegate to' the Okanagan Valley  Veterans' Convention 'and also ias  auditor.  Comrade   French   of   Vernon   will  'tend   in  the  near  future   with   in_  vmatiop and advice Te Soldiers'  Settlement   Board. a  " the bars./  Many,   parents    who.   believe    in Premier   Oliver   at-this   juncture Mr- Harrop and Mr. Blackburn who  keeping    their     children    clean    in  asked   what   would   become   of., the were   appointed . to. see-other   mem-      ^ ^   body and    mind,   and   who observe Japanese Treaty if such steps  were jbers   and  to   make  sure ofi?gettins j Saturday   afternoon   has   been   can,  the  laws  of  hygiene  and  sanitation taken    as    those    apparently    advo_|the    hall    furnishings.      This    com-1cel,ed            -  -  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X ENPERPY NEWS X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  Good morning! How's your cow-  pox?  Miss Bertha Thompson was visiting  Mrs.-Ed.   Gray   this   week.  Owing to the ban on public meetings the Farmers'^ Institute meet'(  ing which was to have been held on  There  will   be  a, meeting  of- the.  Enderby   Hospital     Society   in    the  "  CQWPQX ANP SMAJ44������������������OX  Some of tbe Pfseases wliich Come  as a Result of Vaccinea  and therefore whose children are in Cated by the member for South Ok-jmittee was empowered to add to its  the  pink  of-physical  condition, feel- anagan.    Mr.   Jones  replied   by  stat-1 number  and   to   undertake  giving  a  that  it  Is  an  outrage  and  a-crime mg  that, this-  government     should '..social to the public on the opening'c.^  ^aU    n'ext    pPWay,"-evenlng,.-  for  the Health   Department   to  pro- bring   in   certain  ilegislation-   which j night   when  the   hall   was  in  readi-  Feb    13    at. - 15   0������������������ci6Ck    (sharp),  claim that unless those children, are  would   prevent   lands ; passing    -into ness^ . Just wh^t. form of. entertain  jibjected   to the  vaccine  point. and _ the    hands    of    undesirables.       He  their healthy bodies, made sick  and thought that Ottawa Vshould     pass  sore with, the filthy, virus; of cowpox legislation   reviving    Vne - clause  in  they shall not   be   privileged to at- the  treaty  by   which   Canada   could  tend   public   school.     Whatever   he<exc]U(je   Japanese   laborers   arid * ar_  might do *witlV   his    own  body,  no tisans. -  man with the brain of a louse j "Canada does not regard ad mis.  would pass such an order to apply isj0n as a right to any race���������������������������Euro-  willy   nilly   to -the   bodies   of   little pean(  African or Asiatic.    She con-  children; weak or strong.  WIN  TWO CUPS  Enderby Curlers Curry OfT tr������������������ >|������������������������������������-  jfority of "Prizes at Jtomloops  Skip Dill and his rink of curlers  siders her citizenship a privilege  and reserves to herself the right to  extend or not to extend that privilege to whom she will." <=  j3xpj3Ri$v flocjtpy W*n  Whether    the     Enderby    hockey  returned   from   J-Caraioops   last   Fri-' team... wins  a  game   this   season  or  day, bringing  with them two hand- not,*the boys deserve the best bou-  Acting upon the theory that a  sick child is less a menace to his  classmates than a healthy one, the  Provincial Health Department has  issued a general order that all chil.  =dren-=attending^school=^shalL=be=dn-  .oculated with the filthy .disease  known  as  cowpox.  The difference between vaccinea  (cowbox) and smallpox is that io  smallpox when the patient recovers  he Is left in good health and with  no after ailments, while in cowpox  the patient runs the risk of carrying with him through life only 56  different diseases. Here is the list  as compiled by Dr. W. JC. Kubio  and published in the Medical Record in April, 1901, when the fight  was on in - the Eastern States  against the filthy practice of vaccination: These are complications  which he said at the time have.certainly followed cowpox, (vaccinea)  and what was true of cowpox then  is true of cowpox now. Read the  list:     Albuminuria,     axi.llary     lyra-  some   cups   and   the   accompanying  individual    prizes.      In* the    events  quet  in the  flower   garden   for  the  true sporting spirit shown by them.  entered  Dr.  JCeith. played  3rd,  Rev.  They   have   been   playing   in   hard  Dow  2nd and  Mr.  Peel  1st.  luck;   have played hard to win and  Thirteen rinks were entered in , made their opponents go some to  the bonfcpiel. Afehcroft, ,. Vernon, beat them. But every time the  Salmon    Arm    and     Enderby    were  score  has  been  against  them.     Yet  represented~The Enderby rink~lostTthey never have sidestepped a game  two games out of thirteen played. !nor complained when they have  They won the Grand Challenge and j been fairly beaten. Here's to the  the Premier Bowser cups, and were boys who just can't win: may they  second in the P. Burns event. They j have no regrets. The team drove to  won the grand aggregate, though Vernon Tuesday night and there  in this no prize was given. | played as fast and clean a game as  Skip   Dili   entered   a  rink   in  the has  been    seen   this    season.      The  ment  will  be given  was  left to the  committee   to   decide.  'Secretary Smedley reported .on  the.successful district meeting held  at Vernon some time ago, when he  and Mr. . Anderson "represented the  Enderby local.  Resolutions were passed endorsing the action .of the Mara local in  regard to petitioning the Government to open the small unfinished  part of the wagon road that will  give Revelstoke and Sicamous, road  connection with the Okanagan; also,  urging the Government to take up  the matter of hard-surfacing the  trunk road tlircush the Okanagan.  Another resolution endorsed the  principle advocated by the associated municipalities 'of the Okanagan before the Provincial tax commissioners at Vernon some weeks  ago relating to municipal taxation  and seeking -to find additional  sources of .revenue in order to  lighten the load now carried by  irealty^-rmore _ particularly __with_..re-  Vernon    bonspiel     this    week,    con-  score   was   1-1   at   the   end   of   the  slsting of Fred Ritchie 3rd, C. Fra_ second period; then, !n the last, the  vel 2nd, and Geo. Avery lead. At Vernon team scored two goals;  last report (Wednesday evening)  they had won four games and lost  two, going down in the semi-finals  iln the Gtrand Challenge event to  Penticton; and In the Henderson  cup event.  TOE SOLAR SYSTEM  HULLCAR   PASfiET    SOCIAL  The basket social held in Hull-  car Hall last Wednesday evening  proved   one  of   the  most  successful  gard to  the  upkeep of schools!  Another resolution dealt with  the question of Orientals owning  or acquiring farm lands within the  Province.  Messrs. R. Blackburn, Chas.  Parkinson and Robt. Forster were  elected directors for the ensuing  year.  On behalf of the farmers who  some" months ago signed a petition  which was sent to the Postoffice  Department asking that rural mail  route No. 2 be established, a resolution was passed urging the Department to put Into effect the  promise  long ago  made.  Messrs.  A.  L.  Glen,  H.  Teece and  Election of officers.-. r-  -:1 .  The - ladies     of     the     Methodist  Church   will^ hold   a   sale   of; homi    -  cooking, and serve'afternoon tea:on.-  Saturday,  Feb.   14,  in the  building,,  lately vacated     by    the   Settlements  Board. . .      :  The "Provincial order regarding-  public dances has been called into  force in Enderby and as ,-a -consequence the orchestra masquerade  dance which was to have been held  on the 13th has been postponed un-.  til  further  notice. - - ,v-  In the big, picture play, for Sat.  urday;1 February 14th,-. Peggy Hyi  land as "Honor", the unknown orphan, makes her initial American _  appearance on the screen.. -Mystery  plot and country pilot combined  with Miss Hyland's beauty and superb acting make this a picture no  one should   miss.  affairs   ever "held   in   the   hall.     All  the  baskets   went  at  a   high   figure,'f.   Hassard   were  appointed   a   com  mittee to look into the seed requirements   of   farmers, * with   the   object  the  best  going  to  J.   Hayhurst   for  On   Friday   evening   the   citizens! $12.     The   social   was   held   by   the  "jphangitis,      ulceration,      gangrene.jOf   Enderby   are   promised    a   rare Hullcar   local,   U.   F.   B. JC     Many of  reducing  the  cost of seed  grain,  hemorrahgic     vaccinia      (akin     to treat in the lecture, to be given on ��������������������������� were   in   attendance   from   Enderby,  hemorrhagic      smallpox),      haemo* that   date   in  the  assembly   hall   of Armstrong  and  sister  centres.  philia (bleeding and swelling of the the Enderby school by Mr. Welsh,  joints), keloid (cancroid), protracted fever, bowel trouble, eczem.  atous affections, ophthalmic vac- trated by 50 or 60 slides-taken by  cinla (poisoned eyes), psoriasis,  'pemphigus, .phagadena, purulent  infection, erysipelas, sepsis, ne-  Iphritis, choleriform diarrhoea,  otidis    media    (running    ears),   te,  on "The Wonders of the Solar System."     The  lecture   will    be     illus-  Prof. Plaskett through the largest  telescope in the world, rn the Observatory at Victoria. Mr. Welsh  has heard Prof. Plaskett give this  lecture  twice,   and  says  it  is,  with  JENPERPY   SCHOOL   BOARP  tanus    or    lockjaw,    cellulitis,    axil- the   pictures   shown,    most  instruc-  lary    arinopathy,     septicaemia,    ab-itive and one that none should miss.  Only three names were fout In  nomination for school trustees in  the election held this week, and it  was not necessary for a ballot to  be taken. The candidates named,  Messrs. T. A. Bryant, J. L. Burnham and R. E. Peel, were declared  elected   by  acclamation.  ENPERPY G.  W.  V.  A.  ,The G. W. V. A. held their meeting in the drill hall <on Wednesday  the 4 th, President K. Glen in the  chair.  Comrade Childs of Vernon was  present representing the Soldiers'  Civil Re-establishment Department  with .Comrade Lees of Vancouver. The poor of Bahia, Brazil, have  They gave information and advice' their teeth treated absolutely with.  re   Vocational   Training   Department  out charge.  XXXXXXXXXXXXX XX  X JRVLLCAR NOTES X  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  ^=An=-=en ter tai n men t=wi H=-be-^gLven=  in  the hall on  Thursday evening of  this  week   by  the  Literary  and   Social Club at which  Rev. J.  H. Gretton will give a lecture.  A regular business meeting of  the local branch of. the United  Farmers will be held in the hall  on Wednesday. Feb. 18th, at which  a delegate will be chosen to attend  the U. F. B. C. convention at Victoria.  Mrs. Donald Lindsay returned  from the prairies on Tuesday  whither she was called by- the illness and death of her sister, Mrs.  Williamson,   of   Medicine   Hat.  The basket social and dance given  by the United Farmers on February  4th was well attended and a good  time enjoyed by all. About eighty  dollars  was realized.  Mrs. W. B. Hilliard of Deep Creek  is spending a week I with Vernon  friends.  The school was closed on Tuesday  on account of the "flu" epidemic  in Armstrong, upwards of fifty cases  being   reported   there. '  A severe case of smallpox Is reported in the vicinity of the Salmon  River   reserve. OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1920  ������������������fcauaerau 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  ���������������������������THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1920  MUST FACE THE FACTS  Al  a  meeting  of  the Enderby local  U.  F. B.  C.  last Friday evening a  motion  was passed  to  On January 19th there were * in circulation in  Canada $318,690,089 in Dominion notes. And  an Ottawa dispatch slates that0a gradual reduction of these notes in circulation is "to be undertaken by the government "as a means of im-  proving the financial situation." Uf- the report  had staled lhat these Dominion notes were to  be withdrawn from circulation at the demand of  private money; interests in Canada "as a means  of gelling the people's money out of-the way in  order to give lhe private, bank "notes a larger circulation"   it  would   probablv  havc  been  nearer  VACCINEA,  A  PURULENT DISEASE  A communication published in Ihcse columns  ist  week   relating  lo   lhc  high-handed   method  hc submitted to the main body al the convention ;.ho  j^,,.^    Al[]lc s;Unc  ,imp<  W(; gh.lH gcc  [hc  to be held in \ iclona  this  month   urging upon jvolunic q{- ])S)nk no[cs incrcascil.  lhc   Government   the  adoption   oV thc  principle]  ;   incorporated in llie resolution submitted lo the  Provincial Tax Commission by llie combined  municipalities of tlie Okanagan relating lo taxation in the cities and towns of, the Province,  and urging the Government lo go inlo lhe question of" enlarging the scope of 'tlie local govern-! employed by the -attending physician in the pub-  ing bodies for taxation, especially with regard; lie school of Armstrong, who, wilhoul pcrmis-  to"ihc share propertv is bearing "in Ihc upkeep!sion of the parents, or without their knowledge,  ., of "schools and general adminfslralion cost^. (vaccinated liliic school children by thc score.  II was argued iVr support of iho resolution that j points lo a most remarkable stale-of mind'on  too heavy a load is being put upon realty in llie!'ho  pari   of  lhat physician  regarding his rights  in handling-the bodv of those children. No law  under lhe British flag can give a physician the  rioht to apnly vaccine poison to thc human bodv  without permission from thc owner or lhc  of thai body. Even in the army, where  righls   of   lhe.  individual  arc  reduced   lo   a  wav of taxation, and lhat some other sources of  revenue must hc provided if lhe.se small cilics  and towns arc to keep llie schools and leaching  staff up to Ihc requirements of thc hour, at Ihc  increased salaries demanded.  Big  and   knotty   as   the   problem   seems,   and  dillicult of solution as'il  may bc. it is one lhal | whisper, inoryailalion for any disease is iW por-  musl bc faced and proper! v solved. To place loo  qi lard ian  il-  li eavy a load upon propcrlv will bring aboul a  period1 of inaction in real estate, and, instead of  men desiring lo own |!-'V' home thcy will want  to sell lo thc highest bidder? Workmen will nol  own lhcir homes if"it costs ihem morc to own  than to rcnl. It i.s not fair thai municipalities  should bc saddled- with this cost and the Province and Dominion walk away with lhc personal property tax. the income fax." lhc automobile tax. the gun lax. thc poll tax. etc. elc.  Education of the children is a national asset,  and thc cost should be a national liability. To  place the cost upon small municvipalilics does  ncl seem fair.- The sources of-revenue open lo  municipalities are "confined lo read properly  business tax and dog  the load  'ho !  tax and dog tax.    It will be seen  that .healthy   person   m  formed wilhoul permission of Ihc individual.  There is a ureal deal of misunderstanding regarding vaccination. Tl is not compulsory in  Canada: ������������������it fan no I be made compulsory under  ihe Brilish. flag. Occasionally wc' find''a Board  of Education, or a School Board, so devoid of  ���������������������������ommon sense as to pass a law making vnc-  ���������������������������"'nalion n condition to bc complied with before  llie child is rd lowed to attend school, but where  such lack of reason is displayed, parent's opposed  io risking lhc health of lhcir children lo the purulent vaccine virus, keep their children a I home,  and Ihe schools mav as well be closed-, Tho fool  regulation is Mien withdrawn and conditions  become normal. c  Vaccination is a disease purposely given  to a  order  Is upon the properly owner.    And if j".Vchmg another c  lhc  load, becomes  heavier  lhan   the  privilege is The vaccine  "worth men will  nol own Iheir homes.  GOOD WORK OF VERNON G. W. V. A.  sease o!  virus- injected  lo   keep   him    Irom  a  similar /"'h,ar,*iclcr.  into  ihc healthy tis  sue is pus secured frcm pustules or sores on a  sick cow. Thc result, when the virus "takes," is  fever, loss of appetite, and a generally disturbed  condition of thc system. This disturbance varies  Up to a week or len davs ago nobodv wanted \m different people, .according lo lhc- susccp'iibil-  lo bc mavor of Vernon. " Mavor Sha I ford antl:i������������������v of thc patent to toxins. Out of each two  every member of the Cilv Counci! resigned. Tt. thousand cases pi' vaccination, one cease, ap-  " looked as if thc Provincial Government would 'nroxmalely. -is fatal, as a direct result of the  have lo step in and run fhinss. Nobodv wanted operation. Tn one oul of each, seven hundred  Ihc job Under Ihesc conditions the local branch Vases, approximately, thc result is impaired  of Hie G W V. A. look Ihe mailer in hand and! vitality, mairfcsting itself iM deafness, cltroni'1  attempted to get up a slate lo fill thc ollices. As.sores, skin diseases, loss of vision; scrofula, lu-  soon  tis it became known   lhere was somcM:-..-.;,  il became known   lhere was somcdvng -j berculosis.   typhibs.   and   one   medical   authority  stirring in    Vernon   poli lical   circles.    O-posing Vavs il is one of the main ci-.uscs of cancer.  Ex-Mavor Shatford |     N-V germ of smallpox lias becn found.    Tt enn-  m^n hiVnol be claimed,  therefore.  Hat vaccination  des-  Ih.e olTVc h  forces quick'.v gol  together  attain came oul  as a" candidate for    .......... .,,--, i  had just vacaled. The name of F. B. Cossitt, trovs a disease-germ lhal exist*, tn lhe ho'7-, and  also was slated for thc iob. And lhe Returned, no medical man will toll you lhat vaccination  Ai.^n cir.^ri nai' hohirH iheir own candidate. R.1 offers anv immunity lo lhc nalient Tl*o b���������������������������\  Fiizmaurice.' who has had nn experience on ihe :'hat cm bc claimed for vaccina lion" is Ilia! the  civic board. The three-cornered fiuhl was won;client would va I have smallpox so severely in  bv Mr. Filzmaurk-e. who led Mr. Cosset \r- 9B, ;s- ihc rev::: n "caiu'hl" il after being vaccm-  vnjc: and was 107 voles ahead of ex-Mayor a led. It may hc Irue. lhal Hie majority of peo  Shalford. The five aldermen elected are C. F. .pie who have bcen vaccinated never have small-  Cesl'-rlon.   F.  S.   Reynolds.   A.   S.  Brandon,  W.  pox.    So is il  true  lhat lhc majority of people  Mark Twain of Canada  Tn tbe days  vhen interesting  ���������������������������people came to  Canada l.o find it  freshly interest-  ins there was  nobody ;could  reveal" the spirit  Dl' the land to  them like George  Ham or ihe C.P.R.  ft is said hc put  Major Pond or the  United States out  ol* business. Why  po on a wearisome lecture tour  und or that im-  prcssario's guid-  n n c e when  George Ham  could transport  you to Winnipeg  and on through  the delights of  fhe-Rockies in all  the com Tort of a  "sumptuous  coach? Great persona scs beseech  him to call them  by their first  names. He has  loaned matches to  kings and potentates and autographed v������������������hoto-  gravures   of    his  features    for   ad- .*..������������������������������������������������������  minus; authoresses of best sellers.      There did once seem to ho a tuna  when the truly great would not venture to come lo Canada without fuL-t  ascertaining  whether George Ham could receive them,  hr... ���������������������������.. ._  for  a- change, escorting untitled   pen  MR.  GEORGE HAM.  He is said to  Vave got' so "fed" up" with dukes and royal bodies that he did not mind,  /or a- change, escorting untitled personalities of international fame.  Many men whose signatures command imperious power would no more  think of forgetting to send him their Christmas cards than they would  dream of neglecting a royal command. He is so very much persona  grata with all kinds of people in Who's Who, when he arrives in London  tho court circular has to be enlarged to publish the invitations issued in  his honor. Now he has achieved the signal honor of an unn?.id-for  mention in the exclusive Morning Post. I* feels relieved to knyv th".t  even if the League of Nations be jeopardized, the official entertainer of  the C. P. R. is keeping his health and revelling in his high spirits. Th's  bright though aristocratic London .paper says George llani ia the Marie  Twain of Canada. It claims his jests arc beyond compulation. 113  "Till yzi go devn to fame as having originated one ioke. J-Io has heen  as generous with his humor as he has been a profitable acquaint an "���������������������������  for professional jokesmiths. As he never has patented any of his inimitable quips he often laughs at_the.m when he hears them on the stage,  until he realizes that they were'"of his own making. You may have  "heard of the Cincinnati millionaire he took to Muskoka. While theie  the plutocrat-was attacked by brigands from Toronto. Tho chief brigand later-complained to the police that in the encounter his watc^i fim!  chain had heen stolen: It should he added that George Ham wrs rot  out with his Cincinnati charge when the watch and chain were stolon.  Thousands of personages who have enjoyed seefng Canada Jia\ e testified  to how much their enjoyment was due to his kindly wit and indefatifrab'-e  attention. They have paid tribute .to the courtesies he knows r,o well  how to extend in behalf of his railway. But perhaps onc or the best  tributes ever pafd this-incomparable humorous cicerone of the railway;  ties, was a copy of verses by Mr. Neil Munro, the Scottish author. Ho,  sang how George Ham had "freighted laughter ten thousand miles,"  when acting as uncle, aunt, brotbor, father and grandfather to a partyl  of "Pritish scribes. ' They think in Britain that not to have known Goorga|  Har-yof the C. P. R. is to display ignorance of the Empire's ec^Trnnhy.      1  ���������������������������Winnipeg Telegram,   /.  The New Motor Car  4  Large,  cars  of  Ion  luxurious,   easy-riding  ;  wheclbase,  expensive  to buy and cosily lo keep, are numerous, innumerable makes of small  lightweight    cars    ride    well     on  .sinooth=-roads,_and=_arc-low-in -first  DISGUSTED WITH PROHIBITION ACT  TC.  Megaw and .!. H. Ellison. Since Ihe Returned , who   refuse   lo   be   vaccinated   never   have had  Men started ������������������omclhing interest lhat -was lagging smallpox.    Thc principal claim  lhal vaccination  in civic affairs is alive again, and I hero promise's'is  effective  as  a   prophylactic rests  on   the   facl  Hc-Hic^-aH ive I v-=vea i^V-i l-e-Ua e=,-i v. aliens Vlo i^Icmo.oV l'hat_ai_ one_._lJmc_ sma!liK>x__\yas_vcry prevalent^  '  |!U1. s[nce tlie general practice of vaccination iKc (>()St and economical in upkeep.  !disease   has   practically   disappeared.      In   iobO,  j one-third of the people of London died of "The j Overland 4 is a third kind of  If the speeches of mem hers of lhc local l^o*^- : Plague." Yel the "plague" disappeared1 wilhoul'car���������������������������a new type, lt rides well on  la'l'ure area true * index lo whal the -nconlc of the; vaccination or, any olher known cause, save the any road, and combines the ad-  Province feel in'regard* to the' Prohibition Acl. |general one that hygiene is being practiced vantages of thc large and small  it is safe to say that the Government will'this j throughput the world as it never was when the types of car.  session briny down a hill that will he ...more saneJj nlague and smallpox were prevalent. Today we  in ils requirements and more effectual in ils know the value of ventilation, pure waler. good  op<Talioii.-,:J--JV  tiros made motoring possible.  Its Three-Point Cantilever  Springs create a riding buoyancy  which at once establishes Overland 4 as a new type of car.  We arc demonstrating with a  new Ovcriand 4, and would be  pleased to show you its points of  merit any time.  Come   to  Vernon Road.  our   new  on  exercise,--- right thinking,- and  these  the   (iovernnienl  and   a   physician,   declared   tl  Dr.   Sutherland, "speaking  as Ja   supporter  of: things    combined    have   .practically    aholi;  ie  smallpox,   just    as    they    have    eliminated  'plague," cholera,��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� I'vphoid* and yellow fever.  ned  Ihe  Overland 4 introduces the most  important    improvements   in   comforts lo passengers, and in prcscrv-  chassis  Remember, wc slock repairs  for all types of cars and are prepared at all times to give quick and  v,,l as'i! now stands a curse to the medienl pro  ������������������������������������������������������winn:   lhal   lhe  doclors   wanl   done   of   il.   and \     Poisons,-toxins, vaccines,  various  virH������������������.<-*n  awl  he did  nol  blame  Ihem   for  laking advanl- ��������������������������� vile dead animal substances were originally used  of    the   opportunity*    thrown    their wav ..To  when   disease   was   supposed    lo   be  caused  by  e   all   th'J   money   the\', could   through   Ihejdevils or evil spirits, and  the intent of lhe vile  prescriptions,  ing   lhc   chassis,   since   pneumatic thorough service.  McMahon & Son Enderby, B. C.  7  *j������������������.  Ilia  age  ma  issuance1 of   prescriptions.      Mr.    Cowper,  while'excretion used as a medicine was to exorcise the  emphasizing his  -personal adherence  to  prehibi-idovil and drive him olT of Ihc'premises*.    Noise.  lion,  confessed,   thai  afler  what  hc  has seen  of Jstink and poison were all once used for .purposes  lhe   operation   of   lhe   Act   and   resultant   condi-I of ejection.   We have not advanced far when wc  lions, he was fullv prenared lo sink his personal .resort   lo   the  same  methods  to  combat  disease  predilections and. in  the public interest, supnorl; lodav.    The  injecting  into  the human  bodv  of  e have  two  watch-  Enlarged our repair department,  and    have  now  makers, also Iwo jewellers, who arc kept busy.  iiovcnimrnl  control whereunder liquor could be pus from sores'of a "sick animal, in the inlWcli��������������������������� bld;!' !;;:i^? "']* ^T ^^ni���������������������������'^^  purchased by the holllc for use in Iho home.       ,of hcallh is a rudimentary survival of that far- .amU^a consequence have been    unable     to     return     lepairs  The general and widespread violation of the'olT" time. Vaccination being tauphl in most  Acl was nol overlooked by these Government; medical books, it is anile 'natural that'even edu-  supporlcrs. though none of Ihem even hinted Voted physicians, should, hesitate about .seeming-  that such a condition would seem lo indicate ly'proving disloyal to their Alma Mater by re-  thal there had been a decided laxil'v on the part Reeling the ideas upon-which they were given  of the aulhorilies Avhose duty il is, under llie their degrees-���������������������������but many are.  terms of lhc Act, lo enforce it.  THE PEOPLE'S MONEY  The rule of the road will receive attention in  j the  Provincial.   House   this  week.     It /is   te  bo    jhoncd it will receive the right kind of attention.  Government bank notes arc lhe people's jrn-i<- attention 'Ids question usually receives at*  monev. Rack of every note is lhc credit of the j Virloria is confined to lhat shown by lhc B. C.  whole country in whose name thc note is issued. Electric lobby.  promptly...  We are now prepared."'to give you service such as the Okanagan  has not had since-pre-war days. ���������������������������������������������  Watches aud Jewellery for. repairs,-also  orders for manufactured jewellery come To us from all Okanagan points.  Wc assure you of accurate workmanship, along with our well-  known  guarantee  of  "satisfaction or money refunded."  C. J. WHITEN  Manufacturing Jeweller  G. REDGRAVE, Manager repairs  VERNON, B.C. I  I  t  THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1920  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  SPRAKIXG    FKOM   KXPiSRlBXCE  Washington   P������������������per   Sounds   Warning  on   Oriental   Activities   Here  Executor's   Notice  In the Matter of the Estate of  William    John    Fenton,    Deceased  The Orovolle Gazette, published  in .tlie Okanagan Valley just south  of the international boundary,  commenrs as follows cn the Oriental   question   in   tliis   d'strict:  "The   people   of   our   neighboring  towns    of    Penticton    and   Summer,  lind,   only   a   short   distance   across  tlie   line   in    British    Columbia,   are  very  much   wrought up over  the  ac-  Livit'ps    of    Orientals    in    obtaining  orchard    and    city   property   in    ana  around   these   municipalities.     And  there    is    much     ground      for    this  worry,    as    recently   Japanese    have  purchased   some   of   the   best   orchards  around   Summerland.   and   Chinese   have   become   owners   of   some  of   the  best inside  property   in-Penticton.     Tt' is   also  given  out that  a  syndicate   of   Japanese   were   recent-  i lv   negotiating   for   the   purchase   of  .the  Co'dsiream   orchards  at  Vernon,  which   include   13,000   acres,   and   is  I one   of   the   mo,st   beautifully   situ*  , ated   improved   tracts   of  land   in  B.  C.      Tf "this    'ncc'umula'ion     of    the  choicest     lands . by     Japanese     and  Oh'r.ese   continues    the   white   population  of  these  cities  will  be  crowd-  ed   ont   of   the    country,    for   white  men   cannot  live  and  prosper   where  the   bulk,   or  even   a   small   percentage   of   the  population   is   Oriental."  NOTICE is hereby given that all  persons having claims against thc  Estate ol* tlie late William John  Fenton, who died on the 16th day  of November, 1911). are required lo  send to R. J. Coltart and K. M. Fenton, the executors ol* the said estate, or lo the undersigned, their  solicitor, on or before the 20th dav  of February, 1920, a full statement of lhcir claims and of any  securities hold by them, duly verified, anil that after that date the  Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased  amon-j Ihe parties entitled thereto,  and having regard - only to the  claims which have been duly filed  wilh  Ihem or their solicitor.  Pated this 17lh dav of January,  1920.  A.  C.  SKALING,  Solicitor   for  the  Executors  of the Estate of William John Fenton, deceased.   - ������������������ j22-4t  (1) Japanese Infantry to Stop Bolsheviks.  (2) "London Girl Waitresses in a Cross-country Run.  0YC0t//ir������������������SY orc.*Ji  I'KOVTNCIA I'i   JiTCGISLATURJB  Opening   of   Session*!   PhuT's   Trailer  :; of   the   Opposition   on   the   Job. -  be-supplied  in  answers  by.'members   supported, the . Premier's  stand.  The  ". ! Opposition- -leader ."appealed   to   the  of  the  Government.  . Mr.', Bowser .-pointed to "his pre-! House  yious ��������������������������� experience-' - when ;- _: returns  asked for by' himfhad been1 purpose-'  Opposition'.-members of. the .local ly;* delayed.: until; the last-day of the  "Legislature are going-to- find their; session 'so ''that the information  inquisitorial ��������������������������� ; privileges ".materially! asked" -for^- was '���������������������������'not- .forthcoming,  curtailed this session. Hardly .had j thus preventing . the ��������������������������� ' Opposition  their, .first question1 reached the or_ 'from exercising its undoubted right  -der, paper than Premier Oliver to follow its role of .investigator of  seized upon- a technicality- to, pre-; the'Government's administration of  vent what, he  termed   the  "abuse  of  public affairs,  a .right he strenuous.  the privilege of the "question." " Mr.   ly    ��������������������������� up.held.     Authorities     'were  Bowser  had   presented   a  number  of   quoted  by  the  Premier  and..the  Op  queries    bearing     upon     administra- ��������������������������� position   leader   in   support   of  their  HORSES FOR SALE���������������������������Or will exchange for green fir wood at $5  per cord delivered. W. J. Woods,  Enderby. . t  Farmer's  Supply  Store  Meet Your Friends at  Leonard's Blari  ant evening  against the '.- decision and  was,- naturally,' -. unsuccessful, the  Government''-.rmajqrityV being on  hand..to support the "..speaker.' But  the division, the"first of the" session,  was-significant- ih--_-that-i.it -showed  evidence.-of the growing 'spirit of  independence . among \ -the Government's, supporters. Mr. .JWilson of  Rossland,  and  Mr!Whiteside  of New '  Westminster, voted Vith_the Oppo. i Cigars, .Cigarettes and Tobaccos  dtionas   did   also   Mr;   Hawthorn. I      both chewing- and smoking-   ���������������������������  thwaite.    ... V. f --always frerh.  I. n \ \lk. "������������������������������������"  MARA,  B. C.  Special sale for  this  month  of Groceries, Feed and' --~  Flour, Drv Goocls.  ravlos.  M  era  Farms For Sale  I   have   tlirce  good  hay, ancl,  sleek ranches tor sale;-froni 130  to  330  acres  each.    Apply  for  prices and terms-���������������������������  R.G. RORKE '/s  Box 3.71 '     Enderby  Jas* Pickson  JlEAt   ESTATE,   JNSJJflANCE  GENERAL AGENT  J3cll ������������������Jock Pnderby  respective   positions   and   finally  the j' :  debate  was .adjourned  for  a  day  on;  suggestion   o'f   Mr. * Ha'wthornthwaite !  tivo affairs, notably a .request for  information as , to salaries paid under various special acts ���������������������������'and -war-:  rants in the various departments,' who opined Mr. Speaker' should;  with .details thereof, and also as to ��������������������������� have time to consider the matter,,  data f,nree,|'"|iing suiiera.nnuP.tion'.- of T.d who' sv.sgGHto'd that the Pppcsi-  -civil 'servants by " the present.Gov- tion ' leader's assertion, that the "Pre:  eminent over the past three- years.. mier's tactics smacked of Russia  The. Premier held that the proper was a comparison hardly, fair to  method, for   the-  Opposition    leader Russia.  to -follow was to ask for a return On Thursday the matter again  to be brought down, that tbe time came up. There was more argu-  required to look up the records, etc. ment by the opposing leaders and  would.be so great that the rules'of then Mr. Speaker rendered his  the House never contemplated that ruling���������������������������one he had .had before  ^iiiformat-ion^of-^-h-at���������������������������nato  r ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Why wash by francl when  you can buy a fl$P STAR  Washing Machine for $25  This is positively the easiest working washing machine ever  put on  tho  market and  will  outlast any other.  We are agents in this district for the Great West Saddlery  Co. and carry a complete line of harness parts to meet your  every   want  in  this  line.  Another line which we have handled for the past 15 years  is McClary's Famous tSoves and Ranges and Furnaces. You  can  get  the  best  at  the  lowest   market prices.  Also  Clare "Bros,   high   oven   Ranges.  Full  assortment  of  Linolejm  at   $1.65   per  square  yard.  Feltol Oil  Cloth,  90  cents pel' square yard.  Table   Oil   Cloth,   SO   cents   per lineal yard.  Congoleum   Rugs,   $18.00, ��������������������������� $20.00-"and   $22.50.  -Large.new stock of B.  H.  Paints   and  Varnishes  is  due  this  week.     Also   Aluminum ware. .   -    -   ���������������������������-.  Barrel   Churns,   Sharpies   Cre^m   Separators.     Everything   for  -���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.- the dairyman and logging camp.  Write and phone us for information  and  prices.  eco  ctions of the 014 Survey Pays  During the    summer ot 1831.    wo    ^ M���������������������������.���������������������������,*&&.' -^tS/������������������'-  ���������������������������were locating and running trail lines   *?V������������������������������������.- :V jiS&Wi.&Art'S&'ftkS'i*5?> * t  FULTON  ECO.  Plumbing  Heating  ENDERBY, B. C.  Tinsmithing  what fishing there was in it!  While we.were camped alon  Jake we used a lumberman's red  -to^take^us-=to=aud=-from^-our-=-'  when  we  invariably  trawled  with a  ���������������������������Jiand line and common spoon.  I    I  recollect  while rowing  to  work      _^  one morning. Duchesnay trawled.    I =^^  Bat looking on.  Suddenly there was a  tremendous tug at the line.    Uttering  an    exclamation    Duchesnay    began  hauling it in, bul it was no easy matter.    'Twas evident he had hooked u  big one.    Fortunately,  however,   the  line  was a stout* one ancl the    fish  securely  caught.    After a  brief and  des-perate struggle on the part or tha  fish, he was brought alongside oi the  boat.   The question then was. how to  get him on board? for we had neither  gaff   nor   landing-net.     At   his   bc-lt,  Duchesnay   carried  a  neat   little   32  calibre  Smith  and   Wesson  revolver.  A brilliant idea occurred to me.  "Shoot it, Mr. Duchesnay." I called  ������������������>ut. Promptly acting on my suggestion, at a range of a couple of feet  or so,.he broke his back with a bullet, killing him immediately and a  maskalunge of thirty-two lbs. weight  ���������������������������weighed on our return to camp in  how    much  fishing  since  those  days,  but  unless it has  been much fished it should still well  repay a Visit of any enthusiastic disciples of Uie gentle art.  Recollect we had but ->ae common,  large red,and silver spoon. liow th#  fish must' have swarmed in the lake,  then. What sport might not expert  fishermen have today, witb rods and  proper tackle? Where could tbey  find finer camping grounds cither, or  lovelier wild scenery of lake mnt\  woods?  When wc had left the lake a few  miles with our survey we got Into  the undulating brule country along  The Vase Creek. What a paradise  that country was for sportsmen, then.  before its world old silence had been  disturbed   by  the locomotive's  whis-  ��������������������������� ..v..  11 ~��������������������������� ~-.    ��������������������������� - i- tle-    Moose,    bear,  lynx     abounded.  the evening���������������������������was lifted into������������������the boat j Never a day passed that we did not  without any trouble.  The following Sunday morning Duchesnay and.I took a bark canoe and  went trawling. We had but one line  and took it turn about to fish and  paddle. 1 do not recollect how many  we caught, but 1 do remember that  after fishing, for only a portion of  the morning, we brought back to  camp more black bass and dorc* than  the whole party of about twenty-two  healthy men could eat. before a erobd  part, of the catch went bad aud had  I--* be thrown away.  i do not know how many, settlers  .i..ay now be living about the lake, or  see fresh tracks of them. The bear  and lynx we never saw. What animals are more shy or wary? A moose  occasionally  we did.  One day, while running the line  along a side hill, in the open brule  country, we saw six magnificent  moose." But. of course, no rifle was  ever carried on the line and we could  only watch them trot away. What  strides they took' with what ease  they negotiated fallen timber!  It was about mid-summer,0if I remember rightly, of that year 1881,  somewhere along The Vase. We had  gone out to work as usual, I was a  zmxvr  rodman on that survey; that morning, however, one of the chainmen  was laid off, for sickness or some-]  thing, and I was told to fill his  place. ���������������������������  As usual, that morning, Duchesnay  set up his transit, and as usual the  axemen lolled about, lighted their  pipes, or gave a final touch with  whetstones to their aires, while they  waited for line. In a few moments  the transit was in readiness and Duchesnay turned to mc.  "Get a good stout four by four  inch, four foot dry stake, like a hub-  stake, blaze it like a hub stake, and  mark on it with red keel, in b',g let-'  ters. 'C.P.R. Station O.' From now  on this line "will be known a.s The  Canadian Pacific Railway, not Tbe  Canada Central." He turned to the  men.' "All right, boys, stick up a  picket and not line now."  Thus I had the distinction of mak-i  ing and drving in the first station  stake marked, C.P.R.. ���������������������������    ,  I think there is a station nowj  somewhere about *hA?������������������L called Galen*  dar.       _ |  F. H.       J EXDE'RBY   AYEATHEU  December   and  Little   Cold-  .Tanuary   Show   Very  -Fair   I'lecipitation  Date  1  2  o  o  4  ur   sr   >������������������    \.r   *���������������������������*  sm    ri    rs    ss    /*���������������������������������������������  r   hr   *������������������r   mr   s������������������  S    ss    sm    ss    ss  XEWS  it  mr   *r   sr  MAK A  X  Miss   Alice   Smith   came- up   from J  Sicamous and spent- a few days with  her   mother   Mrs.   Green.  J.   Rogers   went   up   to   Armstrongc  on   Y\:ednesday.  Wm. Owen took the train to Vernon on Wednesday returning the  next day.  Hy. Blurton spent several- days  last   week  at Vernon  oil' business.  J.    Graham    and    Ole   ZeUergreen  ,:are now on the staff of the Grindrod  sawmills.  c-   The   epidemic   of   coids   and   sore  throats  is" now  on  the  wane.  Mrs. Rosoman, our postmistress,  we are sorry to say. has been sick  the last few days, but later reports  say she is improving.  The      Cinderella      last      Saturday  e-vening   was   well      attend ocl  everyone had  a jolly  time.  Max  25  12  17  20  18  24  15  S  2  1  0  14  15  20  27  30  32  4 0  37  3S  3!)  ���������������������������12  4 3  December  Min   Range  S 17  Rain    Snow  -1  4  .   !)*  3  and  CAItD  OF THANKS  We wir.h to thank ithe many  friends who so'' kindly helped to  raise money to replace some of our  ioss, and beg to acknowledge receipt of $40G.75. With very many  thanks.  ANTONY   MAKRLLA   -   HILL  MRS.   MAKELLA.  (J  S  fl  10  1 1  12  13  14  1 5  15  1 7  IS  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  Ten  cloudy-  Highest   temperature,  -24;   mean   temperature  19.80.  Precipitation,  rain,  .43;  inches.  41  4 0  4 0  3S -  37  35  30  clear  -10  -1 0  -1,3  -24  _4  7  11  12  22  ' 19  30  2.8  33  34  34  - 31  32  33  3 2  3 3  29  27  13  11.  days;  13  ^13  11  15  3 0  2 5  2 4  15  2 5  3  7  4  S.  5  11  2  12  4  4  5  11  11  S  VS  7  9  10  22  19  15  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  S? DEEP   CREEK   XEWS  sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr  js   rs   rs   rs   rs   rs   rs   *n rs   rs   js   js   rs  The social on Friday was  success,   several   sleighloads  a great  coming  from   Grandview   Bench.  Mr. Thomas Sharpe and Mr. Arthur Hayhurst were the delegates  chosen, to attend the- conference U."  F.   B.  C.  in Victoria  this  month.  2%  1  4 %  2J/_.  .20  .21  02  The Soldier Settlement Board  has decided to open a. district oflice  at Vdrnon, providing suitable accommodation is available The  new office will handle the business  of the "upper country," thus relieving the pressure at Victoria and  Vancouver.  ^^5*  .s&$  g* r-S'6'Z'  ~SSA-^ t ^S -,  <?rt  y***  ^iv������������������fv;  "jAA''At-  THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1920  **^%^sr^B^^B.*Br^Brsrs^B^*r.^B^*r.^.^B^B^B^^^i^B^,^B^B+  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.  TENDERS  FOR   POLES  part  clear;   G  4 2;  for  lowest,  month,  Tenders will be received by the  undersigned, up till 21st inst., covering the supply of Codar Poles,  sizes 25, 30, and 35 feet; ��������������������������� ii, 7, and  S inch tops respectively. Prices to  be quoted carload lots, f. o. b. cars,  Sicamous branch C. P. R. or delivered to yards Vernon, Kelowna,  and   Penticton.  Lowest  or  any  tender  not  necessarily   accepted.  "OKANAGAN   TELEPHONE   CO.,  A.   B.   Godfrey,   Supt.  I Vernon,   Feb.   10th,   1920.        fl2.2t  Enderby Supply Co,  ENDERBY  snow,  12  *     CITV   OF   EXDERRY  0  LOCA L  ROAR!)   OF   HEALTH  Owing to thc increasing menace  of the epidemic of smallpox now;  prevalent, it is hereby ordered that'  no public gatherings of an indoor;  character bc held untM further'  notice. '  -' Any   infraction   of   this  order   will  render  the offender  liable  to  prose-!  cution. ' !  ' Dated  at the  City  Hall,  Enderby,  this   11th  day  of  February,   19 20.  FRED H.   BARNES,      I boat   Sicamous   at   Okanagan  Chairman of the Board,  ing.  January  1  27  12          15  2  27  13          14  3  25  16             9  4  25,  19             6                          1 Vj  5  c 2S  5          23  6  '     26  19             7"  7  27  13          14 ���������������������������  S  27  13          14       .   -  9  29  23             6  10  27  216                             V  11  -  29  2 6             3                             V.,  12  32  29             3  1   o  r������������������ ���������������������������  i  ������������������J  O  1  O.i                      <l  14  45  29          1G  IB  47  31          16  16  3S  3 0             S'                        7 -  17  4 2  31           11.  IS  4 2  3111  19  3 3  -2          3 5  20  20  -2-22  21  15  -5      -  r20  22  13  0   .      13  23  ,13  4"            9     -                    2y,  2 4  22  12          10                          6  25  -     25  -7          32  2G  . 16  -15          3r  27  20  3=        1.7                          3   -  2S  32  21           11.   -  29  36  26          10  3 0  36  3 2             4     .5 0  31  37-  29      l' -  8  ���������������������������JV  ���������������������������vo clear  days,  19   part clear,  10  clou  dy.  H  ighest  temperature,   47;   lowest.  _1 5;  m ea n  for month,  22.5 2.  Pi  ���������������������������ecipitation,     rain     .50;      snow.  20 3  .4  inches.                           * ���������������������������  1  FOR SALE���������������������������Two ancl a half ycars  old thoroughbred birkshirc boar.  F. R. E. DcTTart. Enderbv.   j22-tf  NOTICE  the   City  Province  of  of  Mr.   Abi ev  returned  as engineer  on  the C.  to  P.  his  R.  duties  To   Lena   Clermont,   of  Vancouver,   :in    the  JSriiish  Columbia.  Take Notice that on the 4th day  of March, 1919, a writ was issued  out of the Supreme Court of British  Columbia, at Vernon, B.' C, against  you and James Mowat at the suit of  Minnie Bowes, of Hullcar, B. C,  and thai the" Plaintiff's claim is endorsed   on   the   writ   as   follows:  "The Plaintiff's claim is to' have'  an account taken ol" what is due to  her"under the covenant to pay of  the Defendant, 'James Mowat, under a certain.indenture of mortgage  bearing date the 11th day of November, A.D. 1912, made between  the said Defen'dant,- James "Mowat,  as Mortgagor, and the. Plaintiff as  Mortgagee,-- of certain lands described as'Lots numbered 1, 2. 3, 4,  5', 6,, 7, S, 9," 10, 11 and 12, in  Block numbered . 9, according to  Map numbered 211 A, of the City of  Enderby in the Province of British  Columbia.  "The Plaintiff's further claim is  to recover from - the Defendant.  James Mowat, the amount which  shall be certified to be due her on  tbe taking of the said accounts and  her' costs of action.  -"The Plaintiff's further claim is  that, in default of the said Defendants, or either of them, paying to  the   Plaintiff   the   amount   found   to  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  j ' ������������������  Ford Dealer and Repairs.  ie due to  hot  steam. jSa.;fi  accounts.  Land-.the   Court  on  tlie  tnl-'ing  of  the  within such  times as  may   direct,  that  the   do-  Dainty Tinned Goods  Tuna Fish               Pimientes              Chicken  ~fi a=c!cJ Hsr" SI i c ed^S rno k ad^3 e e f   Goods delivered promptly  suncan  The Store of Quality  ros.  rdJ  Try a packet of  to keep your stock in good condition.  Fresh Vegetable Shipments arriving every few days.  TEECE & SON  ENDERBY  A name tliat stands for tlie best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel    V;������������������^UEPHY       Enderby  <>.nrln*>us, and each of them, be de.  barred and foreclosed of and from  all right, title, and "interest of, in  arid to the said lands, and that the  Plaintiff do recover possession of  the said .lands.  "And for a lis pendens."  j And further take notice that by  j nrr'er of His Honour. Judge- Swan.  !son. local .iu date of the Supreme  ,.Court _of Tiri_tisb _ CqUirabia. _ snid  j writ, is to bo served oii vou Uy-'tlie"  1 publication of this notice for one  i month herein, and by mailing cop_  | ios of the snid Writ and Order to  I vou by registered mail, nt Seattle.  iWfi=h., and at Spokane, Wash., U.  JS.   A.  I     And   rurther  take  nolice  that  nn-  j lo^s ynu  enter  an  anpenr-inee to  Iho  js^i'.l   writ,   at   lhe   Court  House,   V������������������r-  ���������������������������nnn.  R. C, wit.hrn  thirtv dfivs of the  j pi���������������������������'��������������������������� >linr- of  Sflid   rcn-ipter^d   lpftors as  ' sM'orcpiid,    the    Pl'-ilnliT    shall    pro..  ffoil  herein  as  if vou  1icid   boon  t>pi'_  cr*r."iK-   cprved    with    the   said    Writ  nr Summons. a  Dnir-'i  nt. Enderbv.  1LO.,  this  10th  day of February.  19 20.  A.   C.   SKALING.  Solicitor   for   tho   Pl-'iniiff  Enderby,   B.C.  For Ten  Pays  YOU CAX TJTJY TOYS,  n.-\M*RS.' DOLLS, ETC  AT 30       OFF.  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.  ���������������������������������������������>  B.B..DIIX-  Men's Wear Groceries Enderby, IJ. C.  Canadian Food Control  License No. 8-17170.  Our cough remedies will (Jo it  A. Reeves  A.  Druggist and Stationer,  ENDERBY  C. SKAUJNG, B. A.  Wanteds  ' 3c a word first insertion, 2c a word each insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charge; 10c extra  where cash does not accompany order.  FOR SALIC���������������������������A 3_year-old cow; to  freshen Feb. 17. M. ��������������������������� A. Dangle,  Grindrod.    - fl2.2p  TEN ACRES FOR SALE���������������������������Hnll* a  mile wesl Enderby school. H.  Cross, Vernon. ,j29-3  SHAKES FOR SALE���������������������������Applv, Harrv  .Worth,   Lumby   P.O: j29-tf  ""Barr MterrSbl ici torr  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B,C.  ...If   yon   intend   biiyinji  f'ift    for   ������������������ny    of     the  SKR   OUli   WINDOW.  a   Birthday  Ihtle    ones.  ��������������������������� '.fif-S? S^ \Vs.  FOP. SALE���������������������������A brick cottage on Regent street, near river; lot 72x2!)0  feci; hot and cold waler fixtures;  four rooms and bath"; good con-  creie cellar: no encumbrances;  title clear.    For price ancl partic.  ^^ai^^iii)ly,i^i^^J^_JR..JMn������������������^  4421   7th   w:  couver, B.C.  Point   Grcv.   Van-  j20-lt  s..ir.  SPBKKS  W. S!  A-F.&A,M*  Endeiby Lodpe No. -10  [{eKiilar moetmj������������������s first  Thursday on or after tho  full moon ;it S p. xn. in Masonic ftnll. VisitinB  brethren cordially  invited  C. H. UEEVKS  Secret firs-  Prompt Service  GEO. R.  SHARPE  Wholesale   and   Retail   Butcher  Enderby, 13. C.  POPULAR  PostofHoe,    one  THE  VARIETY  clooi'   east.  STORE  TT.mlcrby  Palace Livery  Ed. Sparrow, Prop-  sW  ���������������������������:A-v,-7<\\  *' -<z<sv  _\      bJNDhJRBY   LODGE  No. 3r>. K.of P.  Moett 1st & :ird "Monday eve  in Masonic Kail.    Visitorscor-  dially invif-d to attend.  WM. .ANDERSON. C. C  rr. \r. walker, k. r. s  r...i. coi,TAirr. m.p.  EUREKA LODGE NO 50  ���������������������������.'���������������������������"..  s^sm^rM/^   7 "���������������������������'���������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������."ISO. o. F.  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8  o'clock.   Visiting brothers cordially  invited.  W. E. Duncan, N G.  IJ>. K. Gi.kn, V. G.  IL A. Tkkce,  Sec  Vernon Road  Enderby  Enderby Branch G. W. V. A.  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.  <\


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