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 9  f  Vol. 13, No. 47, Whole No. 643  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  ���������������������������-&*?'.--. '  ENDERBY, B. C. THURSDAY, JAN; 29, 1920  Subscription, $2 a year; 5c copy  w^ra^r*-'^.'   ^***^B^^+**^B^B^^  Enderby and  District News  Miss Fenton  returned  to  thc  Coasl last Thursday.  ing in thc hall on Wednesday,  Jan. 21st. After thc transaction  of business, refreshments were  servc-do followed by a  dance.  The Literary Society will  give, an entertainment in thc  hall   on   Friday   evening.   Jan  social house  come.  Ar.   \r.c   ^���������������������������.���������������������������iv.,l   ������������������m1I   Un   rtivnn   ,1nM     ������������������n     frifiav     CVCnillg.     Jail.  An ice carnival will be gi\cn 3(Mh   thc prograni consisting of  Thc United Farmers of Grand-  view Bench will hold a shadow  social and tea in the school  Jan.   30th.     Everybody  songs, games, etc., followed by  refreshments.'  On Thursday last Mrs. Donald  at thc Enderby rink on the night  Qf Feb. 3rd.  Mrs. D. C.Thonipson, ol Glenna von, Sask., is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Fulton.  Born���������������������������At  the  Enderby  Hos- operation and was seriously 111  pital, Jan. 28th, to Mrs. and Mrs.: Mrs. Limlaav left  that evening  Thos. Sharpe, son and daughter.'for the ^aine. Wor<* has since  X  Funk  Quite a number of Grandview  people attended thc basket social  at Grindrod last Friday night  and, as usual, all report a fine  time.  The ranchers here are taking  advantage of the sleighing and  ARMSTRONG STILL ON TOP  Win a Fast Game from Vernon  and Another from Enderby���������������������������  Superior Generalship on Ice.  Lindsay received word that hcr!navc bc������������������n b this week haul- and Ed. Spi  jrslci% Mrs Williamson, otlf ^ t ties and poles to thc!was strength*  Medicine Hat had undergone an Grydrod station-    / ������������������ancc of frC(  Thc hockey game at Enderby  on Monday night between Armstrong and Enderby, was fast  and hard-fought. Enderby went  on thc ice weakened by thc absence'of Sid Green, Sid Speers  narrow.    Armstrong  been  received  that  the patient  The"Misses.    Funk    left   this had  passed" away.    Much sym-  weck  for  Vernon;  where   thcy; pa thy is extended to Mrs. Lind-  havc     taken     employment    at say and Mrs. Howard, as it is  Mac's buffet.  Everybody   is   preparing* for  but two months since the death  of their mother.  Tlie annual meeting of the  thc mask ball to be givemby the Decp Creek lave Stock. Associa-  Enderby orchestra in Enderby;tion was held recently at the  Theatre, on Feb. 13th. home of D.. Lindsay, the officers  a ���������������������������*! i    ��������������������������� ������������������ i     !for  *h������������������ year being:  President,  4Mrs. Jas. Band had to under- D    Lindsay;   vice-president,   R.  KnaB^tnTffll^^SdlS Jtowa^ seCretary-treasurer,W  condition is reported serious.  - .'   X '  J "'Sidnev Green7was operated on  for appendicitis at the .Vernon  Hospital this week. - His condition is reported entirely satisfactory. .    -      .  Enderby localtJ. F. B. C. has  the largest membership of any  ������������������local in the Province. The number is now 100, and this ,soon  will bc exceeded.   .  The Enderby Library Association will meet in the City Hall  on Saturday, "Jan. "'31st'at'3/p.  in. Will all members and,those  interested be. sure to atterid-  The deatb of Mr. Georac Inch,  fojjowjna an operation, was re-  nnrtod, from Vernon last week.  Mr. Inch was ah Enderbv pioneer, -well known and esteemed  hy all _     .  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� - " x   ��������������������������� - -  Jfave ypw paid your city water rate? Pon't forget tbat January 31 st is,tbe last day of  cracc. and tbat if it is not paid  bv that"date tbe water will fee  ** H  The o marriage of Miss Gertrude Fotheringbnm to Mfc.  Philip 'Mav tool* place on Jan.  23rd. ot St. George's qiurch. the  Rev. Mr. Gretton officiating.  Mr. May served in tbe British  army during tbe four years of  war. Mr. and Mrs. May will live  at Riverbcnd Farm, north of  fnderby.  R. Hilliard: directors, D. Martin,  H. Price, H. Smith; J. Duncan.  It was decided to retain the  Aberdeen Angus bull, ��������������������������� which  was loaned by the Dominion  Government for another year.  XXX XXX XX X ft IC XXX XXX  x       GRINDROD NOTES       *  XXXXXXxxxxxxxxx  gthencd by the appear  Fred--Murray'at point.  KKUXX X XXX* X X X X X X! }Ake.������������������" lacrosse, Fred's stcady-  X MARA ITEMS X in2 influence has a  marvelous  XXXXXXXXXXXXXX X ^ffeef   on    the    other   players  I Thcy may not work so hard, and  Judging by the sale of tickets;may not rush about so strenu-  the benefit dance Friday night ously, but, they use morc head  Of  all  thc  players  on   thc ice  there wasn't one that played his  position as well, while his back  checking broke up many a Vernon rush.  The league standing:  Armstrong ...    won 4,  Vernon .......      won 2,  Enderby ....      Won 0,  lost 0  lost 2  lost 4  There will be another milc-  u-minutc action play at tbe Enderby Tbcatre on Saturday, Jan.  3t'st. when George Welsh will  he seep in "Brave and Bold," the  story of a tight for a billion dollars. Walsh pictures always  mean action, but tbis play is  livelier than usual- A Mutt and  Jeff film and a Fox news will  complete a fine program.  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  x      HULCAR LOCALS      x  XXXXXXXXXX XX X X X X X  Thc school was closed on Monday owing to trie illness of Miss  ���������������������������Taylor, the teacher.  Considerable snow fell on Saturday last and farmers are now  busy hauling logs to Hoover's  mill.  W. p. Hilliard of Deep Creek,  attended a meeting of Vernon  Typographical Union held at  Penticton, on Friday.  A basket social and dance to  be held in the hall under the  auspices of the United Farmers  of this district is planned for the  beginning of February.  Tlie United Farmers of this  district held their regular meet-  -.'Miss t>. Boesch was in Grindrod for tlie week-end, staying  with, friends..  :Mrs. C. S. Handcock was taken  to-.the Vancouver Hospital seriously ill last week.  : H. Johnson, of the C. X. L.  Powder- Go., was-in-Grindrod on  a short visit, tliis week, saying  good-bye fo bis friends, as he  has heen transfercd to the Nelson district;  -Mr. p.. Tomkinson won first  prize in whist and Mr. M*issev  second* Mrs. Jf. Tomkinson. won  ladies' first prize and Mrs. S.  Jf^dgar second' Miss S. Monk  won tbe Jxmby -prize and Mf.  Pashficgh got the gentlemen's  Jiooby. ,-".-,  The welcome pews has he.en  received that Sergt. McFwen lias  made another move towards p.  C. Jtfe is now in tlie military  hospital at Toronto and soon expects fo be sent tp Vancouver  hospital. Pe was joined a few  weeks ago by bis wife, from  England-  Tbe basket social held here  on Friday evening was an un-  usual-succcss���������������������������There-was.ajar.gc  crowd in attendance. The  highest-priced basket realized  $8.50, going to G. Stowards,  breaking all previous records.  No basket brought less than $2.  Poncing was kept up till tbe  early hours cf morning.  Tlie United Farmers held a  very nice social evening in the  ball on Wednesday, 17th Jan.  There were not as many'in attendance as expected, owing to  the cold weather, but all who attended bad a very enjoyable  time. Thc evening was spent in  ,e-ongs, cards and dancing. S.  Halksworth delighted the audience with three songs; Thos.  Skyrme,*Mr. Martin, Mr. Monk,  rMr. Tomkinson, Mr. Rashleigh,  Mr. Charlis and Mr. A. Tomkinson also gave some very interesting selections.  X X X X XXX XX X X X XX XXX  X     GRANPVIEW BENCH     *  X X X X X XX X X X X XXX XXX  ' Two or three of our dairy,  farmers are intending fo build  silos in the spring.  G. Stowards went to Vernon  promises to be a big success  Mrs. Thos. Gray returned  last Saturday from the Coast,  where she spent a month's holidays.   ���������������������������-���������������������������  Sid Neal, who,spent the past  two weeks here, left on Thursday for Vancouver, where he intends to reside.   ..  The Cinderella/last Saturday  night was a very enjoable event,  although the snow kept somc  away. These., enjoyable' affairs  have been well maintained and  the promoters are to be congratulated on their success.  Several carloads visited Enderby Monday night to see the  hockey match and enjoy the  dance which followed. One car.  refused to go until regaled with  warm tea���������������������������but it got there in  time for the dance.    .  On Wednesday,- Jan. 21st, at  the home of:: her mother, Miss  Mary Moser waWnarricd to Mr.  .E-VS.: .."Pearcroft.vBert. hassard  acting as best man and Florence  Zettergreen bridesmaid; Rev.  Mr. Gretton officiating. The  hride and  work in the game and make  their shots count  Enderby - players outskatcd  their opponents when chasing  the puck, and did more shooting at the net, but their shots  didn't land. 0 The shooting by  Hardy from the., left wing was  swift and true, and every shot  seemed to be well-timed. Three  goals were shot by him from his  position,, and -each shot was  made with a clear path to the  net���������������������������and they landed.  The   game -throughtout. was  " *1 of  speed, with1 now and \  Enderby. Intermediates Win  Last night Enderby's intermediate hockey .team drove to  Armstrong for a game with the  G. W. V. A. team. They broke  the ice, figuratively speaking.  In other words, they broke the  hoodoo. The game was fast and  tripy. > But the Enderby team  won by a score of o-A. A return  game will be played on the Enderby ice Wednesday evening,  Feb. 4tli. The Enderby team  consisted of, D. Mowat, goal; P.  Mowat,~pont; Geo. Jones, cover;  Geo. Graham, rover; E: Winter,  centre; R. Sparrow, right; T.  Adams, left. -  Hockey Rules Made Clear  In the league hockey game at  Armstrong two weeks ago between Enderby and Armstrong,  one of the goals made by the  amc   uirougmom   was Armstrong  tcam   and   disputed  lor the spectators^-full of jby tbc Endelb    players yet al_  pep and; speed, with now andlowed b   the referee, was made  then brilliant combination and    n.      ../_..   .!. . ������������������.   . '-.-  one  individual playing. In the first  period Armstrong scored^three  and"Enderby. In the second  period both scored one goal, -and  in the last period Armstrong  added two morc, making the  score 6-3 in favor of the'visitors.  -..k* .....  ArmstrongrWins from^V^ow-  In one of tbe fastest- games  ever witnessed on local ice tlie  groom   afterwards Armstrong team retained their,  motored tp Grindrod and, took ijcad bv defeating Verp<jh ':i,n'co  the train to Sicamous, enroufc  to Reefers, p. C. where Ml'-Pear-  croft is stationed as operator.  Wc all wish tbem Jots of happiness.and little.troubles, but'hope  the next couple attempting to  gef awav by auto will meet with  a surprise-  stubbornly contested hiafch last  Friday evcningv Vernon, opened  the scoring by notchlngva goal  shortly after the , first period  opened, bwt Armstrong soon  evened up the count ahd took  the lead hy scoring two goals in  quick succession, the last com-  ;t x x x x x x k x X x x x X ing from a scrimmage in front  x    pflisp CRPEJS N������������������WS    X.of the Vernon goal.; In the scc-  X ������������������ X H XXXXXXXXX *M session the visitors tied the  nt-    v^        ^i ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������  , score and managed to hold the  Miss   Agnes    Carlson   visited j ,oda;,s scoreJess although  they  Peep Creek on Sunday, coming :foo]J   n���������������������������mcrous   shots  on  the  from Grandview Pench.     <    ,-V��������������������������� ���������������������������     **   ���������������������������'    Miss Eva Wade was a visitor  i Vernon net.     The   last  after time had been called Hy  the timekeepers.   The claim was ~  made by the Armstrong players V  that because the players or the ^  referee did  not hear the time  whistle and continued to press .  on the opponent's' goal until thee \  score was; made the goal scored V  was according to: hockey, rules." ^V  VThisvview, is not shared by an7/  authority on sports such as Art >  Garvey, of the Vancouver Pro-L  vince,whose opinion was sought i  in order to clear up the disputed  point.   Mr. Garvey_says that the  timekeepers have entire charge  of time���������������������������that is what they are  there for���������������������������hence,  if   even the  referee did not hear, much less  the players, it makes no .differ-  ence.   ffc is presuming that the  timekeepers agree on the point  that time was called before the  disputed goal was made, as was  clearly the case here. Mr. Garvey  points out   that   it   makes no  difference how  long   the- men '  kept, on playing after time:was  called, the only play that would  Greek  last week-end, ������������������I>?n?()  net the last spasm!col|nt wouW be^||af ^ -^  with an attack hy theiforc cal,ing $me ^e fe^,e  erl   nuckchasers   which :��������������������������� .���������������������������   i i���������������������������j  ���������������������������_  .i.    S...._,_;.  in the school house on Thursday  eveniug, Feb. 5th, at 8 'clock,  p is to be in connection with  the local United Farmers of p.  C.  t    ,  pine Trinity Valley Pirds  Mrs. Harrv Worlh. of Trinity  Vallev. has reared a fine strain  of Puff Wvandottcs���������������������������birds that  carrv off the prizes in competition with thc best of them.  Pecentlv at the Penticton  show shc won 1st ancl 3rd cockerel: 1st ancl 2nd pullet: 1st pen  and specials for 2nd best pen in  American class.  At the Vancouver Provincial  but "Pills" was always there to p^^y Curlers on 2nd &<W!������������������d  stop any effort' of the homebrews to register the winning  goal. The hostilities then shifted to the other end of the rink,  order to bat the puck away from  MacLeod's    stick,    which    prc-   t vented the goal that avould have  show."out of four hircls"shown! iput the game on ice for Vernon,  The second round of schedule  games is being played on  the  , ��������������������������� ,    , ...    Enderbv rinks this week-    On  and Horrex had an opportunity :Tuesfjav evening pow won from  of proving that he is equal to the, jCcil|l and Walker from Pill; on  task of protecting the Arm-.Wednesday evening Reeves and  strong nets. On one occasion now. Thursday evening, Pill  when MacLeod, Vernon rover, !nnti fCcitli, and Walker and  had eluded the home defense, nccvcs. pridav, Dow and Wal-  Horrcx was forced to throw | Uer. Monf|av, pcbt2 .Reeves and  himsell lacc-down on the ice m KeilIl< and pin and pow; Tucs.  Mrs. Worth won 1st cockerel  against the best in the province,  and 3rd voung pen. As the  cockerel was born and bred in  Tnmtv Vallev. Mrs. Worth is,  ot course, miaht'v proud of him  day. Walker and Keith, and Dill  and Reeves.  A Misunderstanding  The   members   of    the   local  I branch of the G. W. V. A. regret  for it was evident to everybody  that the team that broke the tie  would be  tlie ;one  to win ^ thejthatrihrough a' misiinderstand-  gamc.    With three and a halt jng 0|1 tjle part 0f one of our  minutes to go, Rardy sent the I comrades,   certain   citizens   of  _, .L.... .    . ,. fans wild by breaking away and | Enderby were given  to under-  viritl!slVe;fchange fell fo $3.60,by a nice bit of strategy man-!stand that our special meeting  at New York last week and Can-jaged to fool Simms at point and .held on Jan. 2lst, was open to  adian   money   was   quoted   at slip the puck past Fulmer with 'the public.    We appreciate thc  a   beautiful   backhanded   shot, interest shown in our organiza-  Schubert    immediately    added!tion by the citizens of Enderbv,  A  bull  sale will be held at,one for luck  by a  hard  shot and truse we shall receive the  9 3-8 per cent.  last Thursday to represent our (Kamloops the   second week in! from right wing  local of the U. F. P. C.. 'March. Schubert was  The work of  one of  the-out-  whole-hearted support of all.  Sec. G. W. V. A. OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1920  ������������������feanagan Commoner   -  In which is merged Tho Knderby Press and Walker's Weekly  FubiMud every Tlmr.-<!.'iy nt Kisderhy, B.C.,   by The   Walker Press, at  per yer.r: SI-CO six months.  !���������������������������!   M.   WALK En  THURSDAY. JAN. 29. 1020  "LET  THE  PEOPLE  THINK"  C.oitcs pond once invited fur [his column on  tiny subject ol' public inleresl. The niuno ol'  correspondent    inns!    ticcoinptiny   all    wri lings.  ������������������r ������������������.r sr    sr    kc    ������������������r    sr     sr    sr    '.r s* wr vr vr w sr    :r    sr    st  *>      JS      JS      **,      **      J������������������i      J^      j,      JS      JS      IS      JS      JS      JS      *%      J.      JS      JS      j.  Views cf a Veto run on Alien Cilizenshh)  y.  [kept out of* lhc war Tor three years'by herforeign population".*. Canada had to" hold eonsider-  lable  bodies   of    troopspshcre ��������������������������� that  were  sorely  | needed a I the. fronl on account of the alien men-  jace.    Their arrangements were all made 16 sell  j the 1.917 crop then burn all the' elevators and the  ���������������������������loaders al the lake fronl were prepared lo "lime  bomb" all grain and Iroop ships.    Think over il.  citizens; il is lhe thin edge of lhc wedge. Remember Vernon.     Your  land  is  far heller idle  lhan  passing  pcacel'iilly   inlo   llie   hands   if   these  'invaders'.    Will you sell your birlhrighl. the fruits  V many years hard  pioneering to these people.  And whal ol your children: will  Ihey bless you |  if  von    bcuuealh    them    a    "Polyglot  The New Motor Car  Large,     luxurious,    easy-riding tires made motoring possible..  cars  of  long  wheelbasc,  expensive  jto buy and costly to keep, arc numerous.  Innumerable makes of small  lightweight     ears     ride    well     on  U  ���������������������������..]'���������������������������     ��������������������������� s,1U)������������������'l'i  roads, and  arc low in  first  _,.,>,.,-.     ..   ,, .  ,    V.*     -7-cost  and economical  in upkeep,  v nO.Olil) oi   Canada s  finest.  an commoner:  Editor Okanu  Dear  Sir:-    Although   a   comparative  sirangei*  who bas  lately come  lo  reside  ���������������������������'"'   '  valley,   will   you   pernii!   me  I lease."    .Have  near  J manhood   been   sacrificed    lo   save   us   from   an; Overland  '1   i.s ;t third  kind of  armed invasion only for some Judas lo betray us j ear���������������������������a new type.   It rides well on  1 lo Ihe "neaeeful invaders" lor 30 nieces of silver, i any   road,   i\nd   combines   lhc   ad  its Three-Point Cantilever  Springs create a riding buoyancy  which al once establishes Overland -1 as a new type of car.  "Wc are demonstrating wilh a  new Overland 47 and would be  pleased to show you its points of  merit anv time.  L J I L.  in   tins henutiful  privilege   of a  ;Il were heller for llie fulure of our children audi vantages   of  the  Dominion   that  lie  should   follow   thai  types of car  ucias' example and go out and hang him-  large   and   small  our   I air  fiber ^  small space in your columns re. your editorial.  A  Demonstration" and "Personal  Explanation"  st:  ^ii  which  both o  Justice, let  n.-i have  and noihing bul   lb  yeu stale Mr. Kenl  had  beg  lo  slate  thai Mr.   \7j  ave half truths.    In  th  he  truth,  the  .ruth."     In   l!  verba!  "<  !   has a  jvimc of  truth  'Friends, excuse a  vulgar uii  in conclusion. ' "If vou 1: f oul  I forceful proverb  i  Overhaul 'I ie.lrodiK.es thc most  important   improvements   in   coin- for  Come   to  Vernon Road.  our   new   garage   on  Remember,   we   slock   r.epairs  all  types of cars and are pTe  niae e  whole  ie   first  "'recment.     i  documentary  .   foils to" passengers, and in preserv-; pared at all times to-give quick and  ,     , -,,11 ���������������������������    ':,'i''   '"    c \    '  Viing   the   chassis,   since   pneumatic .thorough service.  in vour bed: vou will be husv m the near future. '        . ? 0  Yours  Canadians  for  a   while   Car.  >. da-  Canada   for   the  JOHN  E.  GILDERS,     V"  I. McMahon & Son  Enderby, B. C.  agreement'.   You say "il does nol appeal  ihe demons Ira lion  made  men  ous effort lo obtain Iheir ob.je  Permit mc lo inform vou an  delegation  of G.  W. V.  A.   ���������������������������  :l !>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  law!"i  d the  Viled  ream-sting  tablish Mr.  mm  as a,feni  c  -.(���������������������������  public  M'lv  ny sers-  nioans,  lhal a  filing,  to cs-  (Tho only point we wish lo call a lieu Hon lo '  mi reply lo Mr. Gilders' ralh'-r lengthy criii'-ism.!  is that if lie desires llie whole Irulh. to be made,  Kent's righls and sec tbey were respected. Thcy also visited Mr. Kirschner wilh the  Provincial  Police and  polilelv  recinested  him   to  remove his chatties from Mr. Kent's properly audio refrain, .from trespassing and annoying Mr.;  Kenl. Kirschner promised, bul made no attempt'  in AS hours lo keen lhal promise.- Mr. Kirschner  known   in   conncclJion   with   the  Kenl-Kirschner  controversy   he  should   bave   staled   lhal.   while  Mr. Kenl ]?. now in possession  of documentary  evidence of h.is lease righls on  the property in  cfueslion, hc did nol have lhe papers al lhe tUnei  of  Ibc trouble which  led lo  lhe demousiraiion. j  l  Hc might have slated, also,  lhal the sale  properly  lo Kirschner- was  made bv  lhc  M"  the  ���������������������������bal agreement be but  oi"  Ibe  owner  iili Kent, and  witb.   the  understanding  that  po?-session   was   to  be Jiaci  ilb.in  a   lew  makes a fine hil Avhen he concludes by appealing \ ^    <;-c,'Kirlhei-,  Ihnl-i  .-.    ?%n     .i     mvM/       I/->     ruin'.-,'     lire     f-i-.-i!     n iu       ni'niip"  v i -  (io %  lo hc  allowed lo enjoy his civil and. propcrt..  rifi'his as a Canadian c'lizcn. He claims io be a  loyal Canadian. May I ask, has'Mr. Ken! as a  "good citizen and loyal Canadian" no civil and  pronerlv righls. Is hc. lo he. subjected io threats  to be driven ofT bis own properly wilhin a week;  is his properly lobe commandeered and his callle  dogged bv this "loyal Canadian" Kirschner. Il ap-  h.o h:'*  t  se  our  r. n'Oi^ca:  iLLtk  a  O  We:  would  like   lo j  all Mv. Gilders says of j  CbJL.  project on the part of the Dominion Government,  for, il a\  ���������������������������ill be rem  mhcred. it was.only a year or  ���������������������������wo before llie war broke that Canadian commissioners were seal to those countries in Middle  En rone lo induce Ihesc sclllers to come to Canada  jj"  ih.e  'n.-i*  pears that when a while Canadian  rificcd oho of his own  blood  in  Northwest  ^Ipmieyo  boatload lo locale upon land in Lhc avnx'x  Then, it was  thought lo bc a wise  dogging call!  BETTER HEALTH IN HUMANS  Government cxpei Is havc given us miK-h valuable information on how lo raise holier pigs, and  horses, an  <;one  inio  !  cows,   and  lhc emeslion  poultry, and havc even  >f bousing and  feeding  lhe animals.    But no word of advice or suggestion, for   lhc  benefit  of   Ibe  human   animal  bas  AA:  n  us  sponsibililics chief of which ore loyally lo oncs.r v  onlcd country and  observance of  us Jaws.    1 '  would ask Mr. Kirschner bov,-, loyal be .has been;  how many of.his large family of boys fought for  his Canada. I understand that' one \yas conscripted a few days before arm is! ice was. signed.  He js a large land owner. May 1 ask bow many  bondstthe holds"? How has he observed lhc laws'?  Trespass, threats, intimidation  Whai "a pleasant neighbor!-  I have bad   lhc pleasure of making some investigations  on   Ihe alien  question  on "behalf  of  lhc Dominion Command G. W. V. A., and, lo be*,  concise, blind lhal "a leopard cannot change his T's  sools."     The   Cohen   ^"'"l^ data' regarding IVcallh iii-  allC,n-nColSll?S /CiUvM% sla^Jl   1,)0'(;?,0   .^S1;n!surancc, child welfare, and kindred  am 1/0,000 Auslnans ,���������������������������   be Vcs     w   b lew ex- j      ;;sccriain ,h(, ,.,_,cli      of lh6 ciHwns of ,hc Pro.  cepbons.   impregna,ed   will,   i^o.shj   aud   i ^om- , rp���������������������������;irrli,,lt (hcsolunllcrs.    Hecllb insurance  Uonary   ulcus.       Jhe   l-'Urnnion   Society,   un der;   - ;   - --..- .      _smRv],  inlVochiccd ii in Ger-  anle  leadership,  is  agilatmg   ior  n     l.krame  m, i.,,/.,,.  ._  ip<;"   .inf;  ;���������������������������  iqii   ti  CnB.l:>.-    Many >-������������������������������������������������������..flo the nuamin Ckmlprj^Vb��������������������������� $SftiZ VV V VV'n^ *  1���������������������������".I?' ^^ZTiSy'������������������������������������������������������ W',lh,('(:���������������������������!mS'-:^'-'!-i������������������^ion Is ������������������������������������������������������* force in Frnnec. A,������������������.���������������������������. a  T-kr-itine- li.-no.ns���������������������������nuilinif.t  you can save money  nd at the  same time g"et  quality  by buying* our bulk  Tea and Coffee  ENDERBY  come from any official source.    Frequenuv  defect   in-  our" governmeiital   system   has   been  nled oul.    And nov,\ in a.ns\ver lo Ibe nuhbc  lurge a commission' is sit:ing al vai-ious points in  Province I'o collect data regarding health  subjects and  :ll  A name that stands For thc best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel     ^0,S'eSUKPHY       Enderby.  a go  Ac'ir-  have,   German   names.  -d-Lirinu -tbe .greal _ H.usr-  ant  1 olher Enronean counf'-ies. even Turkey hav  sian drive ami ruined il. Ukraine revolted against  Russia  and  sel  up  a   republic  with   Iho cooniv  i p. g~  -i^jr*-=-i-=  -V^irren^O  ance of Germany.   Vvliy  A,  ~>    Because Ukraine is all  ie    capila!   of   P.u.ssian  a sys lem-o!��������������������������� riTn^inTr:":     rnv  Province and elsewhere hi Canada had been ad  "n'j, il for year?  'ie soi-ea;  VOCil  *hat  OJ  Ib.e  eeonon  geivrjil principle being  There  J buv-  llu.  loss from illness of  Iho producing classes should fall upon lhe whole1  community   ralher   Hum   upon   individuals   who  are  ifenorallv  unWo   lo  bea.r  il.     In   Germany,  hcallh  insurance bas added an average o  German,   anti    Odessa  Ukraine, is where Kirschner comes Irom.  are large numbers syndicating money ai  ing   up"  laud   all   over   the   Pominion   willi  avowed  purpose  of  holding il  for  Iheir "Millel  Europe" friends who arc to come out ."������������������������������������������������������< .'���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������on tis  !!,L1   il,,,1!i"rSrli^.l\r.nli;!s  h,1"!!"1".iiiTwirv-c^' "liiHSn/'comniissionor Winn, a.  the mcclmu ...  thoustuuis  ol   ���������������������������������������������..,���������������������������(���������������������������   nines   m   the   ������������������^u^:, Vlinujn> H!.i(,  llui chiki  is  lhc ebief asset of  lhe  "liere are'"lion.  (U=  (M&tfCZ2������������������3ZZ������������������������������������i,  vears lo lhe workman's life.  Iweive  rchdion !t^ !he objeds of lhe com-  where German  ia  inn are lhe only  i;. ussian.  Ukrainan  ngu;igt\>' :;pf>ken.  districts where 10 years ago there-was no!' a foreigner thai today are 7"> per cent to 100 per ccnl  foreign. The "peaceful invasion" is ahwavs carried oul   lhe sum'1.    A   i'niriy we.il washed alien  We have all sorts of legMalinn dealing  wilh lhe hcallh of live slock, be declared, and Ihe  heltermenl in the breeding of animals, bul lillle  or noihing aiming" al   belter human  condilions.  gene  though I il?"  T have seen  in lhe last lw  n from close range all  these people ^'j h  ���������������������������t) vears. and some .Talis, Chinks andj--cw  e   American   Labor  Legislation'  Bureau   of  York, stale' has  recently completed  an  in-  drEmdand nearly lost  tbe war in  Ibe first year suranec  through ber foreign  population.    U.  S.  A. was legislature  act  at   the  approaching  session  of   the  Try our prices on SETS of DISHES.  - We can get you any pattern you desire.  Wc carry a complete line of plain every-day ware.  Grocery stock also complete.  TEECE & SON*  ENDERBY  =n  Enlarged our repair department,  and   havc  now    two  watchmakers, also two jewellers, who arc kept busy.  Till lately we have been unable to secure competent workmen  and as a consequence have been    unable     to    return,   ���������������������������repairs'-  promptly.  We are now prepared To give you service such as the Okanagan  has not had since pre-war days.  Watches and'Jewellery for repairs,  also  orders for manufac-  lnred jewellery come "to us "from all Okanagan points.  We 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. THURSDAY, JAN. 29; 1920  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  rO  &JJ6ILLETT COMPANY Jl  S""K   TORONTO. CANADA   ^���������������������������������������������l������������������-^  Another Call for Thrift  Mr. E. W. Beatty, president of  the. C. P. t\., in a contribution to  the New York Sun, gives these  words of warning: "With every  new year wc usually resolve to  turn over a hew leaf.   If thcrc is j  to be any resolution made by the j  North  American   Continent for  thc .year, it might well be in the,  direction of thrift, for thc first  aftcr-the-war ycars arc causing  natural concern tc those who remember    thc    financial    panics  ly advocated public health nurses, the necessity, he said, being  particularly apparent in connection with coniinement cases in  rural communities. He knew  of cases where women, through  financial necessity, were compelled to get up and do household work within a week after  child-birth. Mothers' pensions,  hc said, would obviate many  hardships which were constantly coming under his notice.  Mrs. Arnolt, president of the  dislrict W. C. T. li., earnestly  supported the plans for child  welfare anti lhe betterment of  human coir'iliuns. Rural nurses were in her opinion greatly  ! needed. There were districts  'such as Grand Prairie, for instance, thirty miles oremoved  from a hospital, and wilh no  resident physician er nurses.  There is a' desperate need for  nurses in such localities she  said. She knew what good results had been attained in Manitoba from hcallh nurses for consolidated schools. Shc favored  some system whereby women  could bc given short courses in  ! nursing. People were leaving  rural communities, she said, and  production was hampered hc-  icause of these drawbacks. She  ialso favored free dental care for  which havc always closed similar periods of careless spending. iu,*u 1"v"I.,r" _  The    extravagance    noted    by sch<}������������������1 children,  every recent visitor from  Exxl p Mrs.   Ball,   president   o  ope lo lhis continent synchron- Rcd    c���������������������������s nS������������������c,<^   C������������������?S  izes   with   conditions   of  actual ������������������Wortcd all  that Mrs   Arno  starvation affecting millions of nnd previous speakers had said  ilself   who  only to die  ^people in Europe  'fought for freedom  for lack of food.  "This extravagance has been  made pbssihlc, at least in part,  hy lhc heavy purchases made  under stress of war by European  nalions on This continent. Tt  represents the .expenditure of  unexpected profits, which are  being dissipated instead of  placed in reserve for a rainy day  Tn this orgy of extravagance,  Canada is just as great a sinner  as the United States. Th the last  few weeks Canadians, have been  penalized to sonic extent for  thcin- uncurbed purchase of  American-made luxuries hy an  adverse, exchange. What the  penalty to-be paid hy the United  States will he remains to he  seen."  seen."  on the subject.  .Prompt Service  Against Oriental Ownership  The G. W..V. A. as an organization Juis tajvcn a strong stand  against any further, ownership  of land in Canada hy Orientals.  The treaty hot ween Great Brilain and Japan, hy which thcy  arc given all the rights of citizenship, in the JPoniinion in the  purchase and holding of land,  will expire this year," and the G.  W. V. A. believes this is the-time  for Canada to majce known her  desires regarding the making of  new treaty conditions. The subject is becoming a verv live one  ^iirTl ic^Pro vi nceT^ATTvclowna^a  few evenings ago thc local G. W.  V. A. held o public meeting at  which several prominent local  speakers were heard, including  a'Japanese gentleman who was  quietly listened, to. He pleaded  for fair treatment for the Japanese,  who,   he   claimed,   had  , been encouraged to come here  then as soon as they attempted  lo adopt progressive methods  thcy found restrictive measures  framed against them.  At Ihc conclusion of thc discussion a resolution was passed  by Ihc meeting calling upon Ihe  Dominion Government lo enact  legislation at lhe next sessions  of Parliament which will cflTcc  lunlly prevent Japanese and  Chinese from acquiring any further real estate in the Dominion.  GEO. R. SITAPPP  Wholesale  si nil  Retail-Uulcber  Eivtcrhy, 13. C.  Meet Vour- Fnendf af  anc| enjoy a pjeauant evening  #ll::  S-SSK'  ^Pl^jf"  ^���������������������������'s-'i-^msm^^^t^i^  :ss :^l|i^?|:;:kHv;  Enjoying the Winter iii  Quebec  Chateau  Frontenac,  Que-  Toboggan    Slide,    Citadel  .(1)  ibec,  1(2).  Hill, Quebec  Mayor Lavigueur of Quebec has  I announced that thc official opening  ;o������������������ the Winter Sport Season in that  :C:ty will open on Tuesday, January  20th, wiih a grand parade of the  iSnowsboc ami kindred Clubs. The'  season will last a month, and an at-  'tracfaivo programme of week-end  iracecj and sports has'boen arranged,  'ending with a grand carnival from  February 14th to 17th.  Since Winter Sports have become  as popular, as those of Summer,  tiiere ia no need for anyene to dread  Xhz dreariness of December, January  and February. To skate rhythmical-.  ly upon an open-air riak; to tramp  on one's snowshoes over fields which  are impassable for the "ordinary  pedestrian: to jump from an immense height and yet to land, upright and graceful, on one's skis;  to toboggan at the rate of an express train7 ahd, most fascinating of  all, perhaps, to slide on the Swiss  bob-sleighs which are still a novelty  ' on this side of, the Atlantic,���������������������������all this  and more does Winter offer to her  devotees. .   "    .    -'���������������������������  Skating and skiing'require some  practice before one ia an adept, but  sliding -and : snowshoeing are per?  fectly simple; all one needs Is "the  will. to. do, the soul to. dare." Where  winter's icy mantle." .covers the  waters and, spreads,.''a. blanket   of  1'sno.w ov.er. the land���������������������������there, winter  sports are at-their best.   In Canada,  . "Our Lady of the Snows", every type  of winter pastime flourishes; "and in  .Quebec, Canada's oldest City, the  outdoor life takes on a new character. Situated on the St. Lawrence  River, easily . accessible by train, |������������������:  Quebec offers, to .her guests an unfeigned; welcome. At the Chateau  Frontenac, the hug������������������> hotel which the  C.P.it. has built on Qufforin Terrace,  the winter guest will find that his  indoor comfort and outdoor sport  have alike been, .considered. Two  rinks, one in the courtyard for the  gkaterBi the other In the rujnmei-  vM. tor thc curlers; a-tobo^gan slide  ibuilt on Dufferin Terrace, and per-  Iiaps, greatest attraction of all, the  Swiss hob-sleighs���������������������������these are but. a'  few of the 'inducements offered to  those who love an outdoor life. The  chills, which surround tho city make  It Ideal for skiing,, and the broad  countryside is as easy to traverse on  snowshoes toflay, 'as when the Indians swept over.it three J.ur.a-.cil  long winters ago. After a day cut  of doors, one is-ready to return io  the hotel for an eyepipg of dancing  anrj other allied amusements. Tiie  Chateau "Frontenac is the centre of  Quebec's social life, the 'mr-gnet  which draws to It all that Is'  vivacious and charming cf her no-  ciety. "No -one who has been present at her New Year's Paucc ln thej  Chateau Frontenac can ever farivet  it;  and this season the social life  in  tho Ancient Capital- bids- fair, to v  eclipse, even- its- own  brilliant  past.  To the guest, tho "Chainbres Ca?i-=  adisnnes" are sure to make a strong  appeal.    They form ope of tbosev-  ui-p.l   .Period-   Suites    in    the   hotel,',"  and,    .i:i    the    name    Implies,    are  typically FVcnch-Chnadiari.    Ih" naming . them    after - Jacques    Cartier,  Champlaiu"  "and;   Montcalm, herocr.  all,   the   Company, has    spa-red  ; no-  effort to-make them represent rooms  ln thc manolr. of a Frcnch-Canadia^'-  seigneur.���������������������������J. I. T-  ������������������������������������������������������*-^-J'  Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos  both chewing ancl smoking  ��������������������������� always freth.  Favor Health Insurance Act  At the silting of thc Health  Insurance Commission at Vernon last week, Dr. VanKlccck  ancl Mrs. Arnolt represented  Armstrong in placing before the  .Commission the! ^liews of its  citizens.   Dr. VanKleeck strong-,  Farmer's Supply  Store  MARA,  8. C.  Special sale for this  month  of Groceries, Feed and  Flour, Drv Goods.  N. Pavlos, -     Mara  Jas* Dickson  REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT  Keep More Poultry  Poullry of nil kinds will be a  ���������������������������rgroaicr^-FactorH'or^qconoinical^iinct  satisfactory Jiving on the fr.rm  than ever before, says lhc Farm  and Hunch Hcview. With the current high "prices ami scarcity of  pork, beef arid mullon and cured  meals cut of lhe reach of thc average consumer poultry .\houid bc iii  ','rcal ilemi'iid. Those who havc an  abundance of poultry may live regardless of higher prices, cl* fresh  meal. Every farmer's wife who  lias a large .'lock of pullets for  winter and early spring laying i.s  fori nr. ate. I^ytrs, in addition lo  helping save tho high cosl of living  a* home may supply considerable  -ash with whi^h to en.joy many  comforhV anc conveniences lhat  otherwise would not be available.  Bell Block  Enderbv  ..**   I  Efforts are being made lo induce'lhe Provincial Government  lo resume fruil packing schools  which were held every winter  until lhc last few years. Thc  effort has been unsuccessful up  to the present lime. To overcome thc difficulty, ancl provide  tuition for those who desire to  learn fruit packing, the B. C.  ''-i-owers, of Kelowna,, will conduct a  packing  class  Logging  Tools  Ve carry,the largest and best  assorted .stock In Northern  Okanagan.     You can  get the  best  at  lowest  market  price  Plumbing  Heating  ENDERBY, B. C.  Tinsmithing-  - \l OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1920  CITY OF ENDERBY.  SCHOOL   BOARD   ELECTION  Public Notice is hereby given to  the Electors of the City of Enderby  lhat I require the presence of the  said Electors at the City Hall,  Enderbv, on Mondav, the Oth day  of February, 1920, at 12 o'clock  noon,   for  the   purpose  of  electing  clue on the money. To get to the  point, I think, and manjr others  will agree with me, that it is  scandalous: that there must be  ���������������������������something absolutely ��������������������������� wrong  with an office or department  that acts in this way." That an  investigation should be made  and that that "something" or  three persons to represent them on  someone    should    be    at    once  Ihc Hoard of School Truslees, in  place of Thomas A. Bryant, whose  . term has expired, and Charles  Hawkins and Arthur C. Skaling,  who have resigned.  The mode of Nomination of Candidates shall be as follows: The  Candidate shall be nominated in  writing; the writing shall be subscribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder,  and shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between  the date of this notice and 2 p.m.  of the clay of nomination: the said  writing may be in thc form numbered 5 in the Schedule of the Municipal Elections' Act, and shall  state thc names, residence, and occupation or description of each  person proposed, in such manner  as sufficiently to identify such candidate; and in the event of a poll  being necessary, such poll will Le  opened on���������������������������  Thursday, February 12th, 1920  At the City Hall, Enderby, of  which every person is required to  take notice and govern'himself accordingly.  The qualifications for^ a. person  to be nominated and elected as a  School Trustee are: That such  person i.s a British subject of the  full age of Iwentv-one vears, actually residing within the School  District, and has been for the  six  day of nomination the regis  tered owner, in the land regis  try office, of land or real property  in the said school district, of thc  assessed value on the last municipal assessment roll, of five hundred dollars or more, over and  above any registered judgment or  charge, and who is otherwise quali  fied to vote al an election of schoo  given   thc   order   of  thc rising  lioot.     Yours truly, J. B.  LEAP YEAR BALL  One of the Most Enjoyable Affairs of the Season���������������������������Largely  Attended, a Financial Success.  The ladies of Enderby and all  having anything to do wilh lhc  Leap Year dance given  in   thc  Enderby   Theatre   last   Monday  night are to be congratulated on  the success   of   thc  event.    Thc  dancing floor was fully occupied  by some 60 couple, and the music by  thc   Enderby   orchestra  was   greatly  enjoyed���������������������������also that  providid by Mr. MacPhcrson fo  relieve the orchestra at supper  time. Tables were spread on thc  stage back of thc orchestra, to  scat 14 couple at a time.   In this  wav all were served quietly and  without a break in the dancing.  The hall war, artistically decorated "with    the   Endcrby-Arm-  strong  colors  .interwoven.     In  months, next    preceding   the [spile olV thc bitter cold night, a  four-horse carrv-all came over,  from Salmon Arm, and autos  came from Mara, Armstrong  and neighboring points.  Month-end Oddment  <  During stock-taking, numerous oddments havc bcen turned  out which wc havc decided not lo take in stock. These arc  marked lo clear regardless of cost.        ������������������  Bargains are Plentiful in every Department  A visit to the "Bay" this month-end will be morc than repaid by the unusual savings to be effected.  Compelling values iri shoes for Mother, Daughter, Father  and Son in our Footwear Department;  Many month-end specials in the Men's Department.  Opportune Bargains in Women's Winter Coats.  Morc remnants for the final clearance Friday & Saturday.  Hudson's Bay Company  Mail Order Department H.  VERNON, B. C.     British Columbia Interior Store  CARD OF THANKS  n.������������������o1 I     Let mc take this means of pub-  Seeks Information  Dear Mr. Editor: Can any of  your readers tell me what is  wrong with the road improvement branch of our present  Government. I knew they were  slow with their road improvement, bul I think their present  action, or rather lack of it, has  got all their other qualities  "skinned," so  to speak.  wife and mother.  D. McManus ft Cmi-Dnrcx  Don't miss the union iervices  in the Presbyterian and Methodist churches next Snnday.  farms For Sale  I  have  three  good  hay  ancl  stock rapchc, for sale; from 130  to 330 acres each.    Apply for  In the very early days of last |prices and terms��������������������������� c  October    myself    and    several  Want Ads  3c a-word first insertion,'2c a word each insertion thereafter; 2!>c minimum chitrffe; 10c extra  where cash doc* not accompany order.  FOR SALE���������������������������A brick cottage on Regent street, near river; lot 72x290  feet; hot and cold water fixtures;  four rooms aiid bath; good concrete cellar; .no encumbrances;  title clear.    JFoJr price and partic  ��������������������������� ulars apply, Mrs". JR. H. JRinch,  4127 7th ,w., Point Grey, Vancouver, B.C.     , j29-4t  olher residents of this prosperous little valley, were askee] t������������������  work on the Mabel Lake road,,  wliich wc were very glad to he|  able to do. firstly on account of  the pay which looked good to us  than; secondly, as wc likcel to  see thc road improved.    Please  note this was early in October.  Today we stand (or fall for all  the-Government    cares)    unrewarded.    Now,  wc arc not all  exactly^ what   you    \yould  call  well-fixed up hcrcj and some of  us would really bc Cfuitc glad of  the money,   but.   although   our  excellent    road    foreman    has  written   again    and    again, the  answer    i.s     thc    same:     "The  money is just coming."  Over four months is a long  lime to wait when one has to  pay practically cash for one's  own and one's horses' food, to  say   nothing  of   the   percentage  ft. G. WWV  Pox \7\ Enderby  TEN   ACRES   FOR  SALE���������������������������Half  a  mile   west   Endcrhy   school,     ff.  Cross, Vernon. . J29-3  SHAKES FOR SAJ.E���������������������������Apply, Harry  Worth, Trinity Valley. j29 3  FOR SALE���������������������������McCorniaek hinder, (i-  foot; operated last year and capable if yea-ps of gooel service;  $90. Cockshutt gang plow, $60.  Heater and pipe. $10. jpcrnard  Rosoman, Power House Rd.,  Armstrong. j22-2c  S. H. SPEERS:  W.M.  A.P.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8pCm. in .Masonic Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially-invited  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 85. K. Of P.  Meets |st 4 8rd Monday ere  in Masonic Ball.   YisttorstW  dially invited to wttend.'  . WM. 4NPCRS0N. C C  EUREKA LOPGE NO SO  A. Reeves  A.  Druggist and Stationer,  ENDERBY  C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk.  Enderky. B.C.  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.  Men's Wear Groceries Enderby, B. C.  Canadian Food Control       License No. 8-17170.  J. 0. O. f.  Meets every 'JJ'uesqJay evening at Q  o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially  invitetj.  W. p. Duncan, N.G.  p. \i. Ghns, V. G.   H- A. Teece, Sec.  WANTPP���������������������������Five  to  ten   acres   for  spring sowing.    Give full particulars  by  letter.    Pox  W.,  Com-i  moner office, Enderby.        j22-tf  DRY FIR & BIRCH CORDWOOD,  mixed, for sale; So a cord. Leave  orders at G. A. Hands. J. A.  Morrison,     Moffet     Ranch,     En-  "ffef KyT~ T =^j22stf^  FOR SALE���������������������������Two^and a half years  old thoroughbred Jiiykshire |>oar.  F. R. E. DeHart, E.ndcrby.  j22-tf  ������������������n<jerby flrwcfc G. W. V. A.  The Fnderby hranch of the G. W.  V. A. meets every 1st and 3r<| Wednesday in the Drill Hall at 8 o'clock  p.m. All visiting comrades are welcome, p. A. HonnnTsox, Sec.  Wirt's Mates  We are sole agents in Enderby  for these high-grade Chocolates,-  and we have a great variety of  kinds.    The next time you want  Chocolates5 . -  Try WiHardf  TWJ3  WPWAfl  VAWPTY  STOW!  PNPEPBY, 8. c.  o  palace J4very  ������������������& Sparrow, f top-  Vernon ftoa<J  ������������������n<|erl>y  Percfrertm StelJicw  Imported Percftenw SftMjton far  Sale, Apply  CO^pST^pJAijupSTAT?: CO.,  I4mite4  Vernon, p. C.  MORSES FOR SALE���������������������������Or will exchange for green fir wood at -So  per cord delivered. JW. J. Woods,  Endcrhy.  Executor's "Notice  In the Matter of the Estate, of  William    John    Fenton,    Deceased  NOTICE is hereby given that all  persons having claims against the  Estate of the late William John  Fenton, who died on the 10th clay  of November, 1919, are required to  send to R. J; Coltart and R. M. Fcn-  lon, the executors of'the said ������������������������������������������������������estate, or to tlie undersigned, their  solicitor, on or'lipfore Ihe 20th day  of February. 1920, a full statement of their claims and of any  securities held hy them, duly verified, and that after that date the  Executors will proceed to distribute the assets *of thc deceased  anion." tbe 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.  SKALTNG,  Solicitor for the  Executors  or thc Estate of William John Fenton. deceased. j22-4t  s  TfunPTV^ises  Everything  for the  traveller  Encjerby Supply Co.  ENDERBY  Now is the time to have your auto  overhauled.   We guarantee all work.  Electrical trouble a specialty.  RAND'S GARAGE ENDERBY  Ford Dealer and Repairs.


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