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 r  r  c  ������������������m  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  VoJ.   14, No.   1, Whole No.  G77.  ENDERBY, B. C.  Thursday, march 11, 1920  Subscription, $2 a year; 5c copy  Institutes and United Farmers  Perfecting Plan for Amalgamation  Following is a clcar.cut report  of Uic proceedings ot* the oenvention  <rf United Farmers, fore which we  are  indebted  to  Mr.  Chappie, sccre_  "Various lesolutions regarding  Chinese and Japanese competition  and their ownership or leasing of  lands  were    presented.   ������������������������������������Your  dele-  *m0+^^+r*r*rBrBrBrB^rsr^^+r^0^*^0^i^^r^*^B^**  Lary of the Provincial organisation, gates presented a resolution which  with headquarters at Armstrong: referred the whole matter to the  "Although the northern districts executive, together with a review of  of thc Province were'unrepresented, .the " entire situation. This was  piesumably owing to the groat ex_ unanimously endorsed,'and the expense entailed, the rest of the Pro_ ecutive are to confer with the Fruit  vince was represented by ever 80 Growers' Association on the matter,  delegates.     The Kooteways, Similka.  taking into  consideration your dele  gates' report.  "I   think  that  nearly  every  local  E. A. Dunn lost his valuable saddle stalion on Friday, when it dropt  dead in its tracks.  Born-���������������������������At   the   Enderby   Hospital,  ���������������������������*>  meen, South Okanagan, Fraser Val  ley, Kamloops and Islandi district:  were all well represented. The Ar_J presented a resolution covering the  row Lakes also sent delegates and question of roads, and these were  Vancouver and Victoria cities dis.' referred to the executive after gen-  patched what might be called last- era-1 endorsement,  minute delegates who held seem, | "Tne evenin<" session was taken  ingly more or less of a watching "P wIt,h* further discussions on vari-  bnief. Your own district of the ous resolutions and an address by  North Okanagan had delegates Mr- Wood on co-operation,, and Mr.  from most of the locals, Enderby in Acheson of the agricultural depart.  particular showing up  is force. rr.c-it'of the C.P.R.   .Resolutions re_  "It was at once apparent that the   warding   freight  rates   were  nuiner-  convention   was   being   regarded   as ,ou/"' and !t was pointed out that this  . a matter of the. highest .importance. |w'as a very wl^e Question. - The con-  Requests to be allowed to address ',ven*ion was of opinion .that uniform  tho convention come from various ,rat���������������������������S sho"1* be adopted. r The Van-  sources, not the least important and .couver   delegates   pointed   out   that  , significant of,,which   was  one  from  the Vancouver and Victoria  Boards  the United  Service Council of Van.  of Trade wore at one with the farm.  couver.     The   Canadian   Council  of ers ih  this   matter and   stated that  the latter had. been endeavoring to  obtain the adjustment of standard  rates  for  the   last ,ten   years.     The  Agriculture was represented by H.  W. Wood, and the Grain Growers by  the vice-president "and- general man  the United Farmers as a business  concern with proper capitalization.  The details rre tc be worked out by  the executive. Each local will be  notified in due course and will be  advised of the steps taken. The  first is incorporation in the same  way as the Grain Growers are incorporated. The various other tra. " Monday, March Sth, to Mr. and Mrs.  ding associations, such as the*Fra_' E. a. Robertson, a daughter,  ser Valley Milk Association and the ' Frank A. Adams, who has been ill  co-operative societies already in ex.'some months, was takei������������������ to Arm.  istence will net 'be, .in any sense strong this week for treatment, un.  subsidiary   as   far --as"-their- present der Dr. Barratt. "  ai-rangements are concerned. The The Grindrod sawmill is now cut-  jdea is that they shall link up with ting at full capacity, with a force of  the parent organization and make,nine men. j\11 the timbers contrac.  grants to the educative association,- ted for the Enderby bridge has been  wliich will be carried on as hereto.'delivered. Mr. Tomkinson states he  fore under its own executive paral-jhas orders ahead for all he can cut  lei with the trading "association1. The this season.  Enderby and District News  and Personals Told in Few Lines  importance of this movement must  be obvious to all. Any trading association can work with the United  Farm'ers- for political or other ,economic objects affecting the farmers  of the Province. .It :simply brings  under one head the whole of these  activities and it Is up' to the mem.  bers of the locals and the districts to  - -._ ' r,  put their whole effort into "the  movement which will 'eliminate unnecessary competition" and enable  the< farmers rto decide their own destinies,   economically and  politically.  PLAYING  WITH MATCHES  agor,   Rice  Jones.     Both  the  latter ; faPm������������������rs are. assured, of the backing  pave addresses urging co-operation  on the farmers of B. C. The last-  named  definitely offered  to sell  the  of all the businessmen of ��������������������������� the Pro,  vince   in   their   efforts -' along   these  lines.      , t  "On Tuesday further discussion of  resolutions took place and a resolu.  business of the Grain Growers of B.  s> -  C. for   $25,000,   a"  price   which was  stated, to   merely,  cover   the capital  bion from ^r' An^tt������������������ of your locM  .       , _,-_.,.__, The. whole  investment of the Grain Growers of  B. C. "        s ,  "The first, morning -was taken up  wiith ' amendments to tho constitution and the directors' report. Your  found plentiful, support.  mattervof rural credits- will be thoroughly examined, by your executive.  "Resolutions dealing with theJ appointment of /delegates to the Coun.  delegates   succeeded   in   postponing jC" ?' Agriculture convention - to^be  .-.any  action  on  the   latter  until  the  'held   on   Wednesday ���������������������������������������������  Jtarrtw  ,���������������������������  , , ... ..      caused    hot   discussion   of   a    very  whole   economic   position   was   dis.1,-    .. . ���������������������������'   -     ���������������������������    :..*     AS .  ���������������������������..****    ��������������������������� a    ���������������������������        *i. * *_-     i lengthy nature.    It was evident that  cussed,  considering   that   as    there  .. .        . ������������������.������������������.���������������������������,.  .    .    .    .. ...       .       .  the   advocates   of the Council   were  was no budget   it   would   be absurd- , . . .     *     ���������������������������,,  ,   .,    ���������������������������      ...      . Ti .prepared for a.strenuous fight. , The  to pass any resolutions which might ��������������������������� : ,    . ,A  *   ,4, *u ��������������������������� *,      * .7     i Government came in for strong crit.  ��������������������������� commit the convention to any action  , . ���������������������������       .   ..        .   ,    . . .       ,  ,  ._  ... ...      *   -     . ., ..     . ,    ilcism and the whole history of the  winch would be affected ,f the dele. s^ithera con,velftJon -,��������������������������� revj0Wea.  ���������������������������gates-were of opinion that the Unl. I ^^ our pre8ldeBtf Mr. Copeland.  ted  Farmers must go into business  an(J   th0   vlce_presWent8    vere   re_  Graham Home, North Enderby, I>es.  troyed by Fire, with All House- -  hold Furnishings.  as an incorporated company  "Your secretary, W. E. Chappie,  was appointed ��������������������������� chairman of the  resolutions committee.  "The constitution was left unaltered after considerable discussion of clause 1, section 4, regarding  membership, in the association. The  words  'directly  interested in   farm-  quested to attend the meeting a3  representative's in " order to show  that the United Farmers were willing to -work for the unity of the  farmers provided there was t������������������o  question   of  Government control.  "You know from-the papers the  signal triumph which awaited- us.  The Farmers Institutes have unan  The" children alone- in the hous-j,  with a box of matches, while the  father =>was at work in the bush and  the mother busy about the- yard.  brought destruction to the home of  Mr", and Mrs; RonaldjGraham, on the  EnderbylMara- road, next to the  Olson farm, Monday afternoon. .  The building and contents were a  total loss, .the mother and children  escaping with nothing except the  clothes they wore. Mrs. Graham w>>s>  lightly burned when she rushed  into the burning building to save  the baby.   .  Jt 'is understood- the good people  of North Enderby���������������������������are getting up a  benefit for the-family so sorely hit  by the fire.  CARV���������������������������BRASH  JngVwere^considered=:by=man^of^the^Imousiy-=,resolVe^H=-to���������������������������amalgamate  delegates too ambiguous, but finally  it wtas left to the discretion' of the  locals to decide the eligibility or  otherwise of members.  ' "The clause relating to the subscription was the cause of much  discussion.     On the motion, of your  witb us, and the various associations comprising the proposed  Council of Agriculture have to all  intents and purpoees united with  the United Farmers. A committe-  of three from the United- Fa������������������ rwrp  and   three   from   the   Institutes   has  delegates it was finally left over for | been appointed to draw up the dc  consideration when the whole economic position was, examined. .Your  delegates felt that the question of  the membership fee depended very  much on whether the United Farmers would' incorporate. The necessity of a paid  secretary and organ-  tails of amalgamation. The fact  that Air. *' \V. i'.eiry, of the r* ase-  Valley Milk A?pr.*'atlon Is ch'airma-i  c.'* Mi is committee is, J think, in It.  iif an md'es'tion of-the magnifies.-,  woric done by '.lie United Farmers  utvler   Uie   presidency of  Mr.   Cope.  izer was obvious and their payment  land.  and the means of raising funds for j " "The election, of officers resulted  carrying on the whole work de., in the unaninuus re-election of Mr.  pendod entirely on the manner in Copeland as president. Vi'ce.presi-  which the w>hole organization was dents were also re-elected. The bal_  to be financed. |lot   for   directors   was   based   in   the  "In the afternoon, the resolutions suggestion that if possible each dis_  committee presented, its report, to_ trict' should be represented on the  gether with the resolutions from the Board, and, considering the difficul.  various locals.    ... A great many  ties,   the  result   was   most   satisfac-  A quiet wedding took place at  the residence of Mrs. .Thos-. Brash,  Enderby, Wednesday afternoon,  March 10th, when her daughter,  Dorcas, became the bride of Mr.  Stanley G. Cary, of Armstrong, the  Rev. J. A. Dow officiating. Miss  Grace, sister of the bride, acted as  -bridesmaidT^and^Mr^Sidriey^Cafy^a?"  groomsman. Only the- immediate  relatives and friends were in attendance. After the ceremony the  company sat down to a sumptuous,  wedding dinner, following which  the happy couple motored to Salman Arm where they take the train  for Vancouver. On their return  they  will   reside  at  Armstrong.  Mrs. McNab, Mabel Lake- Valley,  splendidly entertained Ithe company with favorite songp and presided at the piano for the wedd'ing  march.  The bride is a native Enderby  girl, loved by all for her many excellent qualities, the groom a pop_-  ular and enterprising young businessman   of   Armstrong.  A. A. Watt, retired, was, a visitor  of Enderby and Armstrong this  week looking over certain residential property to purchase for a home  St. George's Junior W. A. will  held"a sale of work and candy and  serve tea on Saturday, 13th inst., in  the  parish  Hall  from   2.30   to   5.30  The ladies of the Enderby Til-  licum" Club surprised Mrs. E. B. Dill  on the occasion of her birthday last  Thursday afternoon, and all enjoyed the happy occasion.  J; A fire- brofce out on the roof of  the farm house of W. B. Hilliard, of  Deep Creek, last Friday afternoon.  Fortunately lit was discovered before gaining great head-way and the  dwelling - was saved with nothing  worse than the-'roof partly, burned.  Mrs. Robson, r of the ' Okanagan  Gateway ranch, was taken to. Victoria last week to be operated upon  for-cancer.*' It is reported' her "condition-^ is most serious:. though- she  recovered from " the shock "61 " the  operation encouragingly. Her many  friends in this -district-' wish her a  speedy, recovery.  Enderbyites who delight in the  better class of violin music should  take advantage of the opportunity  to hear" Prof. G-:> H. Stone, in the  Avalon Theatre, Armstrong, Friday-  evening, March 12th. Prof. Stone  has the reputation W being a violinist of exceptional merit, and all  are assured o'f hearing something  of the best from the soul' of string  instruments.  iWm. Huffman Teturned from the  Coast on Wednesday. Mr/ Huffman  says business' is booming in Vancouver as a result of the dry laws in  the .States. Thousands are coming  to Vancouver from Seattle and  other Sound cities to enjoy a sociable time. "Bootlegging" has become a profession in Vancouver���������������������������as  -profitablo--quite=as=-dealin'g^-in^city-  lots in the frenzied real estate days.  A large and appreciative audience saw Billy Oswald and company  in "I Love a Lassie" in the Enderby  Theatre last Saturday evening. It  was an excellent comedy that kept  the house in an uproar most of the  time. Billy Oswald tells the same  jokes and- sings the same songs he  sang long years ago, but .Billy is  better in these than most comedians  are in the "new" stuff. He can al_  ways  make the audience  double.up."  The Rev. Mr. Gretton was visiting  some of his parishioners on Monday.  Irene Cadden motored up from  Armstrong on Sunday night to visit  her father, returning later An the  evening.  The light fall of snow has improved the sleighing, and it is being  taken 'advantage of to get "across  Mara bridge.  Mr. Sihvon returned after spending several months working in the  coal miines, and is now getting ready  for tlie spring work.  The petition, of the Legislature for  the return of the railway lands is  strongly supported here, and it is  hoped, will be accomplished.  LastpWeek J. Cadden received notice - that. his compensation case  against the C.N.R.,,. which he won  in the .Supreme Court of Alberta,  and. which the railway company appealed, had been dismissed, and he  will receive> the original amount,  which, we understand is a substantial one. .' a. .      -  ������������������ X X X X XX XXX X X X X  X .    V <GRtXt>ROt������������������   ���������������������������  XKXXKXXXXXXXXXXX  Miss Helen Monk spent a few days  with her parents, from Deep Creek.  Miss    Louise    Hoffman    came   in  from  the Coast   on  .a   visit   to   her  parents this week.  A. -few Grindrod people motored  to' Enderby to attend the masquerade, 'and* report a very enjoyable  time.,     ; ,'..'-.  -   Mr.   and  Mrs.- G. ~D." McEwen2 re-';  turned to, Grindrod  from, the Coast"  last.,weefc._ ..They, intend   to* make-  their future home here.-   "     ''.''-:'  Mr. .and,.Mrs.  C. SJ Handcock returned ...from, the coast on Saturday. '  We are glad to ��������������������������� say  Mrs.  Handcock  has regained her normal health.  A carload of machinery; has arrived for fhe-Japanese saw mill to  be- built -on E nie Skyrme's place.  Once more the Japanese "step in. .  Mrs.  Jack Smith returned to her'  home in Vancouver last week after'  spending   a   few   months   with, her  father,   Mr.    McManus.     Mrs.  Smith,  has taken her twin sisters with her  to the coast.  Knderby Theatre "RcOpening  locals, including your own, ��������������������������� -presented a resolution regarding daylight saving, which was unanimously endorsed. It was pointed- out,  however, that the matter could  surely be made optional for the  cities or mining districts it was sup_.  posed to benefit, the real trouble  arising from the fact that it was  made legislative instead of optioii'al.  tory. I think every district is so  represented. ' Mr. ,Chappie was reelected as director, and at a meeting  of the directors later Mr. Chappie  was appointed general secretary and  Mr. Humphreys organizer, and, as  the Farmers' Institutes are amalgamated, there will probably be some  changes on the directorate.  "It   was   decided    to   incorporate  Don't fail to see Peggy I-Tyland in  G^o. Barr McCutcheons grent novel  dramatization "Cowardice Court," a  love story of a mountain' feud. Full  pt romance and action. Also special  Canadian edition of the Fox News.  See Mutt and Jeff in "Around the  World in Nine Minutes." Enderby  Theatre, Saturday, March 13th; 35c  and  15c.    .  Don't   forget   the   masquerade at  Grindrod on the 12th March.  X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X  X MARA X  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxX  Wm. Cadden is on the sick list.  Cyril Rosoman is nursing a bad  cold.  G. Butterworth lias joined the  sick, leaving F"ank Riche in charge  of the store.  J. Cadden, and Mrs. O. better,  green were passengers to Enderby  last Thursday.  Mrs. Rosonran, postmistress, is  back at her duties, fully recovered  from  her illness J  District Engineer McGwyer and  assistant, Mr. Taylor, paid a short  visit here on Saturday.  Some of the juvenile Maraites  took in the masquerade at Enderby  and spent a  very enjoyable time.  X <GJUXJ>VJEW  PEXCH X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  Edwin Smith has gone to jthe  coast for medical treatment.  Lawson Stroulger had- a "raising"  last Thursday. He is putting up a  new hay barn. "  ==^Grfn^Diarmond~ aTlv^^the other  day to take up duties on his homestead. We are very glad' to welcome  him back again after an absence of  several   years.  George Stowards moved- down to  his father's place near Grindrod last  week. The Bench is sorry to lose  him but wish him every success'in  his,, new  undertaking^      ��������������������������� .  .  Our local U. F.' B: C. held their  regular monthly 'meeting last Saturday night. -.Mr. Lidstone,pdelegate  to the Victoria convention, gave a  very interesting account of tho convention   proceeding-.  J3X!>ER!$V LOCAL V. V-  A meeting of the Enderby Local,  U. F. B. C. will be held, in Orange  Hall at 2.30 p. m., on Saturday.  March 13th. All members are urged  to attend.'  If the reader wants to settle in a  wideawake community, all he has to  do is to look at the local newspapers. A wideawake, well supported  home newspaper is always associated With good schools, churches, active business ancl intelligent people.  It never fails. No business man or  pioneer makes any better -investment than in the support of a home  newspaper.  ������������������i| OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1920  m*+rB*^+0m*^*0  ���������������������������>\\anagau Cdtnmcmfer  In which is merged The Eaderby Press and Walker'* Wo������������������kly  "Published every Thursday at Enderby, B.C.,  by The Walker Presi. at  per ye^r; $1.00 iix months.  KM.   WALKER  TJ-IV KSDA Y. MARCH 11, 1920  Do We Need Them?  There tire said lo It- Ihousnuds of men out of  employment al lhc Cousl. Thousands more arc  looking for work in lhc large Km stern cilics of  I lie Dominion. When lhc men were overseas,  llie shortage of lnhor compelled manufacturers  lo install machines lo take Vhe place of men  Women aiu  machines,  arc taking  ployment.  out.  noi  ���������������������������the highest award for butter. This demonstrates clearly the quality of butter the creamery  is producing, and when this has become better  known among the buyers it will considerably  help the demand for our product."  llie total purchases in cream for the year  amounted to $37,343.43, and total sales reached  $43,157.86. The amount paid out in wages is  given at $2,730, with other expenditures bringing thc total expenses for the year up to $4,790.  The net profit on the vcar's operations amounted  lo $397.71.  Whv Fear the People of Canada?  That   thc   self-constituted   governing  body  at  Ottawa, slvled "Union  Government," is coming  1 boys  were trained  lo handle these I to the end of ils tether, is becoming quite appar  ent lo   anvonc  reading  the  signs  of   thc times.  lhcy  em-|Thc people of Canada arc tired of the closc-cor-  But Ihc machines will not hc thrown iporation style of government established by thc  will   the'cheaper class of labor-'lie rc-|m_n self-appointed to thc cabinet positions thcy  Now   that Vhe  men   are   Home  up the work-whore thev can find  it Ihc machines wil  of labor-'lie re  place bv the more  expensive.     In   fact,   it is rc-|h0ld.   Thcy arc opposed to the Inner Circle idea  ported to bc a practice of some employers to let-being established on Canadian soil.    They want  out boys when lhcy havc reached thc point of  demanding better wages and putting beginners  on in their place. It is not an exaggeration to  sav that there are two men for everv iob in Canada today. Under these conditions it is not welcome news to learn that there is lalk of a large  immigration from -Poland this vear. Just now.  and for the next vear or two. Canada does not  need a large immigration, from Poland or anywhere else. What will he mc-st needed this summer and next winter will bc work for our own  people. Tt wot Id he well to close the doors  against all immigration from Europe for a year  or two. Workmen wil! hc needed there more  than wc need them b*rn and thc sooner thcy get  to, work over there and quits quabbling the better it will be for all.  Strong on the Borrowing  rone of it. It is certain that when thc opportunity is given by thc Government going to the  country thc question will be settled and settled  rightly.  That there is fear in Government circles of the  results of an appealcto thc country is morc than  apparent. Why should this fear exist? If the  Union Government has proven such a good  thing for thc country, why fear thc verdict of an  appeal to thc country? If it has been so good a  thing as its advocates declare, why has tbe fact  been lost sight of, as it seemingly has, by everybody except thc special interests in such close  touch with the Inner Circle at Ottawa ?  Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, addressing thc  annual convention of eastern Ontario Liberals  a few nights ago, spoke plainly on _the question.  While an eppcal to the country may not materially improve thc position of the Liberal party.  the facts are pretty, much as he puts them.  "Tlje people of Canada have been grossly deceived," hc said, "and they are asking today for  a chance lo express themselves. Any member  of thc House who vptes for a continuation of thc  defaming the name of  Liberalism, no matter whatever excuse he may  which Sscck to give-   T^ people arc in a state of unrest,  mainly because  they  want a chance  lo  govern  Twenty-three millions in a trifle over three  years is- thc borrowing record before which all  previous   borrowings   by  all  administrations   in  Ihe Province combined Dale "into insignificance. ....  Vet  thc  Oliver administration, by the  time  thc present administration i,  two bills brought down in   the local legislature j  on    last    Friday    are    approved���������������������������bills  at one fell swoop, provide for further provincial! - .-    .. ,  loans to secure a net of $8.800."000 on P. G. E ithemselves,     lhc right  lo govern  ihcmscivcs rs  ra ilway   account���������������������������will  financial  feat.    To be exact  rowings  havc accomoliihed that;onc ������������������jt '1'I1C fundamental .principles of Liberalism,  the a"rebate bor-i^ ani prepared to trust the people, and I believe  bv the Government will toTnl ^2 570 - !wilh Gladstone that thc true meaning of Liberal-  000. but in these days of stretching thc credit of >��������������������������� is to trust the people and qualify it with pru-  the Province wholesale, a few hundreds of thou  sands do not cut much figure,  exceeds by just about four 'millions  provincial net bonded debt when the pr  ^ dence. Today we have on Parliament Hill whal  This total ��������������������������� Gladstone described as the opposite of Libera 1-  s the total jism. mistrust of the people qualified with fear."  jrcsent ad-      While it is a fact that the Union Government  ministration took office in November, 1916.  And thc end is not yet. There must bc further borrowings for such government purposes  as land settlement, etc.. which may not bc provided for immediately by floatation, but will bc  provided for by loans from thc bank for short  terms. Inevitably, however, the bank loans  must bc taken up and further bond issues  floated.  Of the 8,800.000 to be borrowed.- four millions  will be devoted lo carrying on construction of  the P. G. E. railway line into Prince Rupert this  year and for securing additional equipment: the  $4,800,000 is lo take up thc promissory note  -given by thc company following the action of  the government under the P. G. E. settlement  arrangement last year, and in arrangement with  thc   Canadian   Bank   of    Commerce,   advancing  may be administering the affairs of the country  as well as they could bc administered by any  othcr party which the people may place in  pawer, it is also a fact that the people do not  think so and are not satisfied with thc present  Ottawa rule of the Inner Circle. It would seem  lo be to the best interest of Canada if Premier  Borden would follow his intentions expressed  some time ago and resign. Better this than go  to defeat as the leader of a coalition Inner Circle  lhat has lost Jouch with thc people and in which  thc people bave lost confidence.  Indian Names  lhal amount to thc Union Rank of Canada, thus ]ad]Cc] lop the designations  -ret-i i-i n g���������������������������t h e^loa n���������������������������m a de���������������������������by-4h c���������������������������f or-m er-=Pf=G^-=Et=  interests with the latter bank, onc secured by  railway stock of a par value of approximately  $6.000!000 being put up. Thc loans w'ill be  made at a rate not exceeding six per cent, repayable not later lhan June 30. 19-15. and the  money will bc loaned to thc railway company at  a like rate, security in the shape of a mortgage  upon thc entire assets and undertaking of the  railway being taken.  According to the interpretation of Mv.  Harris, the well-known court interpreter,  thc Vernon News, the following, meaning is at-  by the Indians  Isaac  given  ���������������������������to_thcsc_f a miliar  .names.:.  given  Kamloops  meet.  Sicamous-  Profit Shown on Year's Operations  11 i.s indeed glad news that the Directors of Ihe  Armstrong Creamery have this year for the patrons of thai institution and the district generally, in their annual report to be submitted at  Ihe annual meeting held in Armstrong to-day.  "At lhe beginning of lhc year." the report .says,  "the . .menmers decided lo co-operate with the  directors, and, despite the adverse years lhal  preceded, lo carry on the creamery, which was  recognized as of great service to the whole dislrict. We think the present statement will show  lhat you were fully''justified. This, year'the-profit and loss account comes out with a balance on  the right side, and wc believe thc experience we  have gained during the past, season will enable  us to do better still in* thc future."  Continuing, the report pays this well-deserved  tribute to the manager of the creamery through  whose efforts the ^-���������������������������"pjn<-.nt showing is made:  "Great credit has to be given 1������������������ Mr.C.A.Trimble  for tbe ffiialily of* thc but tor that he has produced. At Vancouver Exhibition the Northern  Okanagan Creamery butter won the gold medal  ��������������������������� Beautiful    point    wherc    waters  -River  circling  mountain.  Spallumcheen���������������������������Beautiful river bank.  Shuswap���������������������������Waler flowing towards sunset.  Kalamalka���������������������������Mild  Healing power.        A name  given to a renouncd Indian "medicine man."  Kelowna���������������������������Grizzly Bear.  Penticton���������������������������Place where water passes beyond.  Kcrcmcos���������������������������Beautiful  stream   crossing flats.  Osoyoos���������������������������Narrows  between   lakes.  Similkameen���������������������������Gold eagle valley.  Kickwillie   road���������������������������Winding  downwards.  Mob Legislation  Speaking a.I  in Vancouver,  ized lhe B. C.  a puhlic meeting held Jast week  Sir Charles H. Tupper character-  bone-dry legislation as damnable,  and followed with these words: "A law like that  can not stand. The prohibitionists admit thai  it is weak. They do not go to the people to improve it, but seek amendments to make it morc  drastic. Can \thc government act on that, or  should thcy say: 'Tliis is.the result*of the referendum, wc will enact sane legislation on our  own responsibility?' The people of British Co ,  lumbia want temperance, but thev do not wish  to make criminals out of some of the. best people who ever lived under the British flag."  Perjury, blind pigs, "the profession of boot-  legging."-corruplion and disaster followed in thc  wake of the Act, said Sir Charles. -The Act was  born in hysteria and is a farce, he concluded, a  law for the rich man. mob legislation' that will  not do for this Province.  With the arrival of Spring-  you will need Hardware  Paint for Houses, Barns, Cars, Buggies and   t.  Wagons.  Paint oil, Machine oil, Auto oil, Axel Grease  Paint brushes. \V 7  Sharpie's Suction-feed Cream Separators,  Cream cans, Milk pails and Churns.  Garden Tools.0  Ranges, Cooking utensils, tinware, cnamcl-  warc and aluminumwarc.  Harness and harness parts.  Our spring stock is arriving daily, and we  will be in a position lo supply your wants at  lowest market prices.  ' FULTON HARDWARE CO.  Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing  ENDERBY, B.d  Satisfactory Purchase  What a satisfaction there is in buying Diamonds , from a reputable concern that deals only in quality merchandise, and whose- guarantee and advice may be depended upon absolutely.  "Such   is  WHITEX'S   Jewellery Store.  Visitors are especially invited to visit this popular store, where we  will show you Diamonds that will prove a wise and satisfactory purchase.  _   ������������������ '  C. J. WHITEN  Manufacturing Jeweller  G. REDGRAVE, Manager repairs VERNON, B.C.  Like Riding oil Roads  with the Bumps  Scraped OfT  There is only one way to enjoy the greater comfort introduced by tht. new Overland 4���������������������������  Ancl that i* hy riding in this car, with its 130-jnch Spring-  base! ���������������������������".*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"  Gone* is the usual bouncing, swaying and jolting. Instead,  due to. the three-point suspension Triplex Springs there Is  more of a smooth gliding sensation.  The passengers are not only free from ordinary road-hjows  but thc car itself is shielded, prolonging ils life ancl reducing  upkeep.  The light -weight of this new Overland 4 means economy of  fuel and tires.  And it is fine looking, and luxuriously cushioned; it is  fully equipped from Electric Starting ancl Lighting to Electric  ������������������ Let us show you why the three-point suspension Triplex  Springs give heavy carcomfort and road steadiness to  a light car for the first time.  I McMaJwn & Son       Emferfry, fl. C  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  P. H- MURPHY  Proprietor  Wwfcj  King Edward Walt]           Clover & Grass See4  It will pay you to order now.  All seed prices are going up with the next shipment.  Agents for Massey-Harris farm implements  TEECE & SON  ENPERPY  Farmery Supply  Store  MARA, B. C.  Special sale for this month  of Groceries, Feed and  Flour, Dry Goods.  N. Pavlos, -     Mara  Jas. Pickson  REAL  ESTATEv INSURANCE  GENERAL AGENT  Bell Block Enderby  A   C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B,G. f  THURSDAY, MARCH 1\ 1920  Enderby Growers' Association  Shows a Profit on Year's Business  In submitting the balance sheet,   the auditors, Crehan, Mouat  & Co., said in their report to the Directors:  We are pleased to report that the balance is now on the right  side of the Profit ancl Loss Account. The result ot" the year's operating, as disclosed by the Profit and Loss Account, is a net profit of  f3S3.96, but from this has to be deducted deficit brought forward  from last year of $215.03, also dividend recently declared and paid,  - amounting to $57.60, leaving a balance at the credit of Profit and  Loss Account of $111.33.  A.-Tefund of ten cents per "100 pounds on flour, and  five cents  per 100 pounds on feed, has been'made to members of the Association.  - No amojnt has been set aside to take care of doubtful accounts,  but your manager informs-us the accounts are iir good shape and r.l*us  amount ..already set aside is sufficient to take care of any that may  have to be written off. ��������������������������� '      - ���������������������������        -  ,  ASSETS-   . ..-:������������������������������������������������������  Cash   on   hand     $     144.61 ������������������  Cash  in bank   (current account)..        182.13  Cash  in  bank   (savings  account)  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  Sundry Debtors���������������������������  Bills  receivable   (O.U.G.   notes). .  Growers  and   general   ..$2,254.66  Less   reserve���������������������������bad   debts      329.97  160.40  -64.64  4S7.14  Okanagan United  Growers,  Enderby   Growers,   1919.  2%  ���������������������������     1  due  ,924.69  15.79  ���������������������������  2,005.12  Inventories���������������������������  333.90  933.97  58.47 '  Stationery  and   supplies   . .  Unexpired   insurance  Prepaid   license  Office and Warehouse Fixtures  Less   10%   depreciation    . ...  15.00  5.00  1,326.34  20.00      3,838.60  Add itions  J.24.15  12.40  -     111.75  *  ;'    18:00  129.75  LIABILITIES  Current Liabilities���������������������������  Accrued   wages   Bills   payable    . '.s. ...-   Open   accounts  .  o . _ . .  fo:the* Shareholders-  Authorized 200 shares  @  $10,0 each, $20,000.00  Subscribed,..48 shares @  $100 each, '20%. called  Balance from- Profit and Loss account   "��������������������������� *-    TRAP!NGs*CCOUNT  By   sales     . '  .   .  To" purchases c. ..." :. .".   .' ,  To   balance," being   gross, profit   carried ,to  '    Profit- and Loss Account    .'.  ;   flax JfoterJal  By   sales  r. ....  By inventory January  31st," 1920.........  To inventory February 1st, 1919   ....   ....  To   purchases      .To   balance,   being   gross   profit   carried to'  Profit aiid koss Account   $3,908.35  $    388.70  1,500.00  1,008.32  2,897.02  .   ,960.00  111.33  1,071.33  $3,908.35.  $1,087.25  _ -   >--    -  $1,194.23  *     106.98  1,194.23       1,194.23.  216.07  1,195.42  291.37  1,368.96  333.90  1,702.86       1,702.86  Flour nn������������������J Feed  By inventory, January 31st, 19 20   .........  To inventory, February  1st,  1919   ........ :  To   purchases   To balance,   being   gross   profit   carried   to  Profit and -Loss Account   Uay, Wheat nn<J Wood  By   sales       ^To=purchaseS^=r-i^r-^-.^--.^T^f^.^^v^:=^;^=t^.^=;^   To balance,   being   gross . profit   carried   to  Profit   and   Loss   Account      324.93  16,826.34  1,758.49  -17,975.79-  933.97  .18,909.76.    18,909.76  4.-8*9 8-7*7 3=  240.34  13,228.07  13.228.07   "13,228.07  Handling Charges  By accounts received from Growers to cover  operating   expenses       To expenses  incurred   re  packing  apples   . .  To balance carried to Profit & Loss Account  76.42  175.24  251.66  PROFIT xxn T-OSS account  By gross profit, fruit and vegetables   Gross   profit,   box   material      Gross profit, flour and feed    '  Gross profit, hay, wheat and wood      By balance, handling charges      By   Sundry   commissions      By   rents   To   ^postage   ...   Light  and   fuel      Printing and stationery    .'   General   expense      Licenses       Telephone       Insurance   "Wages       Rent   Interest       Depreciation    .   Balance, being net profit carried down. .  By balance carried down-  To deficit, Feb.  1st,'1919      Dividend   (6%)   Balance carried  to Balance Sheet  251.66  251.66  UNT  $    106.98  291.37  1,758.49  240.34  175.24  47.75  120.00  16.30  18.24  41.49  63.80  10.00  53.90  42.25  1,582.50 ���������������������������  4-20.00  95.33  12.40  383.96  2,740.17  2,740.17  383.96  215.03  57.60  111.33  ."*���������������������������  383.96  383.96  Members of the Ladies' Lacrosse Association playing an exhibition fftflM at ?aditiftttott������������������  near London. England. -  THE SQUEALER.  When Adam first was caught in sin  he took  unto  his  heels,  And then he blamed it all on Eve���������������������������  the first of human squeak, a  And ever since there have been'men,  all  down  the years  of Time,..  Who, when they get the worst of it.  set  up  a doleful  whine.  When they are beaten in a "game,  or when they trade a horse,  They, squeal like slaughtered porkers, and there's nothing could be  worse. V"'     -' -������������������ - -    - _  The petty - selfishness of -man is  shown   oh  every   hand,  All manly men despise the cur who  '-  squeals to beat the band.  ;.Why  He -Couldn't Pay.  .<������������������������������������** iw.  Subscribe for the Commoner: $2 a year  A certain merchant." upon receiv.  ing a request- to send a" check to  cover his bill, sent the' following  letter:     '-  ^     ���������������������������--."    -  "For the following reasons I am  unable to send. you. a - check asked  for. ���������������������������' _--''  "I have been held up, held down,  sand-bagged, walked on,./sat on, flattened out and squeezed.. First by  the Canadian Government for Federal War Tax; Excess Profits-Tax,  Victory Loan Bonds, Thrift Stamps,  Capital Stock Tax, Merchants' License and Auto Tax, and by every  society and organization -that0the  inventive mind' of man can invent to  extract what I may.or! may-not possess. -  -  "I have been solicited .by the Society of John the Baptist, the G. W.  V. A., the Woman's Relief, the  .Navy League, the Red Cross, the  ^Blac.k^JJnoss.^thje^I^.ub.le^Cross,^!!^.  Children's Home, the Y. M. C. A.,  the Y. W. C. A., the Boy Scouts, the  Jewish Relief, and every hospital in  town. Then on top^ofit all came  the Associated Charities and Salvation Army.  "The government has so governed my business that I don't know  who owns it. I am inspected, suspected, examined and' re-examined,  informed, required, and commanded, so I don't know who I am, where  I am, or why I am here. All I know  is I am supposed to be an inexhaustible supply of money for every  known need, desire or hope of the  human race. And because r will not  sell all I have and go out and beg,  borrow, or steal money to give away  I have been cussed, discussed, boycotted, talked to, talked about, lied  about, held' up, hung up, robbed-and  nearly -.ruined, and the only reason  I am clinging to life is" to see what  in. h���������������������������   is "coming   next."  Xot Enough  Cars  to  Go Around.  Do not wonder at the1 continued  high prices, for cars. . It is estimated  that there, will .be about a million  people in this country "at the end  of this year, who will be disappointed in their hope to own an automobile, i- The. restricted production of  1917. and 1918, and tlie time necessarily required to restore the"-factories to a peace basis has limited  the output to less than .65 per cent  of the demands. Two million cars  -fmay be produced during 1920, but  there are easily three million' purchasers waiting with a hope to in.  vest.,from $600 to $6000'in.an automobile. Even now certain manufacturers are not promising deliveries until next fall. ,.A man with a  car already in his possession is indeed-  fortunate.���������������������������Leslie's^ Weekly.  Voice "From   the   Other  World-  Fresh Pish for  lay  "-���������������������������   GEO. B. SHARPE;     v V;  Wholesale" and   Retail: Butcher ,-s:  -     V, Enderby, R. C.:,. ;      V x  : NOTICE  Believe     in     -spiritualism?       . Of l  course  Ave   do.     How   could   anyone  refrain   after   reading, this- pathetic  message  from  the other  world.  Harry was dead, and Harriet, his  widow," was holding converse with  him through a -medium.  "Are you 'appy, "Arry?" she  as k ed.��������������������������� a?.   "I'm very "appy,"  he replied.  "Are   you   'appier  than  you   were  'ere with  me,  'Arry?"  "Yes,  much   'appier,  'Arriet."  "And   'ow   do   you   like   it   up  'eaven, 'Arry?"  "I ain't in  'eaven,  'Arriet;  I'm  ���������������������������ell."  in  in  Where   .Istiitenoss   Reigns.  A Boston mother was leading her  young     hopeful      through   the   zoo.  when,   he   stopped     before   the   ele.'  pliant-and   exclaimed:      "Oh,   look,  mother;   he's  bigger than  hell,  ain't  he?"    The mother gasped, and said, j  "Willie, how many times-must I toll ,  you  not  to  say  'ain't'?"  Avalon  Theatre,  Arrottwmg  Fri"4ay,i2th March  Prof. G. H. Stone  Violinist, Conductor,   Composer and Teacher of Music  Will give a grand VIOLIN RECITAL.  Armstrong Hospital.  Proceeds to help the  To beam Clermont, of the City of  Vancouver,   in   the   province   of  Drttfen C������������������Jumbia������������������. -..  ,���������������������������������������������.'*������������������������������������  Take Notice that on the 4 th da>  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, - cf    -Hullcar,   B.-.-C-, -  and  that the Plaintiff's claim Is es; *  dofsed   on   the   writ   as   follows:  ' "The Plaintiff's claim is to have  an account taken of what is due tb-  her- under the covenant" to pay of  the Defendant, -James Mowat," un-_  der-a certain indenture of mortgage  bearing date the 1.1th day of November, A.D. 1912, made between  the said Defendant, James Mowat,  as Mortgagor, and the'Plaintiff- as  Mortgagee, of certain lands. des.  cribed as Lots numbered 1, 2, f3, 4.  5. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, in  Block numbered 9, according to  Map numbered 211 A, of the City of  -Enderby���������������������������in^the--=-P-rov-ince^of-=Br-itish==  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  the taking of the said accounts and **  her costs of action.  "The Plaintiff's further claim Is  that;J in default of the said Defendants, or either of them, paying to  the Plaintiff the amount found to  be due to her on the taking of the -  said accounts, within such times as  tlie Court may direct, that the defendants, and each of them, be debarred and foreclosed of and from  ��������������������������� 11 right, title, and interest of, in  ;nid to the said lands, and that the  Plaintiff do recover possession bf u  the  said   lands.  "And for a lis pendens."  , - And further take notice that by  ;order of His Honour, Judge Swan.  !son, local judge of the Supreme  Court of British Columbia', said  jwrit is to be served on you by the  publication of this notice for one  ���������������������������month herein, and by mailing copies of the said Writ and Order to  you by registered mail, at Seattle,  Wash., and at Spokane, Wash., IT.  S. A.  And further take notice that unless you enter an appearance to the  said writ at the Court House, Vernon. B. C, within thirty days of the  mailing of ?Tid registered letters as  aforesaid, the Plaintiff shall proceed herein as if you had been personally served with the said Writ  or Summons.  Dated at Enderbv. B.C., this 10th  day of February, 19 20.  A.   C.   SKALING.  Solicitor   for   the   Plaintiff.  Enderby,' B.C. OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY,   MARCH   11,   1920  j^4������������������^  MEHKY   MASQUERS  Endcrhy   Opera   House   the   Scene  of  Enjoyiiblo   n.-mce   by   Orchestra  Undoubtedly, had the Enderby  Orchestra be able to hold the mask  ball advertised some weeks ago on  the date set i'or it the crowd in cos_  tome would have been much larger  than that in attendance at the  dance last Friday evening, but the  enjoyment could not have been  greater nor the event better conducted. The attendance of spectators was unusually large, and this,  after the masquers had uncovered  and all were invited to dance, filled  the  dancing 'floor.  The music by the orchestra was  of the usual high onler. and the  mode of serving refresh in tuts at the  semi_circle table on the stage, was  a pleasing feature of  the evening.  The attendance fro-m other points  was not large, but several were on  the- floor from Mara, some from  Grindrod, a few merry.malcers from  Armstrong,'and some from Mabel  Lake. The ladies, in mask were  well costumed, while the men in  original and fancy dress were less  conspicuous. 'Four prizes were  given: first and second for original  costume for ladies and for gentlemen. . These were won by Mrs. Carson-as ���������������������������-��������������������������� "Shamrock," Mrs. "Roy E.  Wheeler as the Man'derine ������������������ lady;  Wm. Blackburn as one kind of an  Jrish gentlemen from Ulster, and  Mr. Buel as the otheT kind from  where   the   shillalahs   grow. ^  ���������������������������-'" Many of the ladies costumes were  worthy of prizes, particularly that  of the "Butterfly," "Colonial,"  "Haga-r," 'Publicity,' 'Peanut Girl,'  "Fo.Uy," "Spanish lady,-" and 'the  "Sunbonnet   Babies." ;,  again elected, consisting of Messrs.  Anderson, Coltart, Forster, Proctor,  Dunwoodie and Emeney.  Following the presentation of the  financial statement, showing a net  profit on the season's operations  after paying off the deficit brought  over from last year, the meeting  listened to an instructive talk on  the workings of the Ceutral, by the  general manager, Mr.��������������������������� McDowell;  and to remarks "along similar lines  by Mr. Chas. Little. Both "of these  gentJlcmen sp'bke encouragingly of  the outlook for the coming season,  and intimated that the groat difficulties which confronted liie organization in Lhc early years of its existence   had   largely   been   overcome.  EXDERTJY  G.   AV.   V.   A.  The   local   branch   next  heard.the  report   of   Comrade   Glen   hs   committeeman   to  enquire  i'ni.o the complaint   against   the   Okanagan   'Saw  Mills, and, as I hinted (in my last report,    the    result    was     satisfactory.  The  complaints   which   were   not of  any   recent  d"te,   had   been  referred  tq   Provincial    Command    and   Comrade  Child   was  here   to   investigate.  The      chief      cause     of      complaint  seemed  to lie at tiie door of a previous  foreman,  who seemed to have  an ambition to emp'foy only his own  countrymen.     The   delegation   interviewed   Mr.   Rogers   ln   the   absence  of Mr. Marley the manager, and Mr.  Rogers,   who   is   a   returned   citizen,  stated   that  he   wished   to  do -all   in  his power in the interest of and  for  the welfare of returned citizens and  was   prepared   to   give  them   justice,  fair  play  and  an   opportunity.     This  ���������������������������-vttitude   has   also   been  endorsed   by  Manager   Marley.  The    question    of   a     government  grant  to   localo   for   local   purposes  was proceeded with and- the G. W.  V. A. club room is practically an  ���������������������������accomplished fact.  The matter of a resident field  supervisor to the S. S. B. at Enderby was discussed and names were  submitted-   for   the   appointment.   .���������������������������  The activites of the O. B. U. were  brought up and discussed but no  action, was taken until further details   have   been   submitted.  A request  was  received- from  our  local  baker     for    an    assistant and  was   referred  to  District  Command.  A rural .delivery route and the  post  office  were  also  discussed.  All comrades and -members of the  C. E. F. are urgently requested to  attend next meeting, third Wednes-1  day in '"March. Election of offiserc.  Questions for discussion, Club and  recreation room, government grant  for same, O. B. U. J. E. G.  The farmer boy wants to be a  school teacher; the school teacher  hopes i to ,be an editor; the1' editor  would like to be a banker; the banker would like to" be a trust magnete;  and every trust magnate hopes some  day to own a farm and have some  chickens, cows and  pigs.  Another car of the ever-popular  Five Roses  Flour and Feed Just Received  E. B. DILL  Men's Wear Groceries Enderby, B. C.  Canadian Food Control License No. 8-17170.  UUFP WYANDOTTES  EXPERBY    GROWERS'    JfEETIXG  .Board   of   Directors   Ile.elcfrted'   and  General   Plan  of  Action   Endorsed  The annual general meeting -of  the shareholders of the Enderby  Growers' Association was held in  the City Hall Tuesday afternoon,  liiere being a good attendance and  the meeting proved most successful.  In the absence or the president.  Wm. Anderson-, owing to sickness,  =M-rt^������������������o! ta r-t���������������������������p res i d ed^an d=ga vc-^-a-  very encouraging resume of tlie  past season's business, the important points of whose remarks are  covered in thc financial statement  of ;he association published in another columns  .  Our birds have taken the best of  the prizes wherever shown, including^, special for best -male of the  breed'1 at Vancouver Provincial 1920  Splendiid layers. ��������������������������� Eggs for hatching. Utility pen, $2 per 15; exhibition pen, So per 15. *  MRS. H. WORTH  ml 1-4 Lumby,   B.C.  In   the,,Supreme  Court/, of- British  BARREP   rWMOUTW   ROC|vS  Just a few grand Breeding Cock,  erols left, from $3.50 to $10.00.  Eggs for hatching, .$2:00, $3.50 and  $5.00 a setting. All stock and eggs  from   our   champions.  H.   A.   ALLISON,  m 1 l.tf Armstrong  farms for Sale  r have several good hay and stock  ranches for "sale, from 3 30 to 330  acres each. Apply for prices and  terms.  ft. G.flQUfiV  Bo* \1\ Emferby  Face  Creams  ��������������������������� r. ***���������������������������-.  Toilet Soaps  and other articles to preserve the skin and keep the  body healthy and the complexion clear.  Heinz's Sweet Pickles  in Bulk  Goods delivered promptly  A. Reeves  Druggist and Stationer.  ENDERBY  Get Your favorite  MAGAZJNP  AT   OUR   >fA������������������AZTXP   G01TXH3R  All the leading periodicals displayed so that you can see them at'  a glance.  Post   Office  one   door  east  TH������������������   1'OPUHiR-  VARTF/fV  STORE  Postoffice one door East  ENDERBY, B.C.  you CAN make your  THK   LATEST   XEWS  About Men's Clothing can always  be obtained; here. If in. doubt abo it  style, come here. If in doubt what  to buy come here and let us show  you  what others are wearing.  SEASONABLE    CLOTH RS  are ready and good fist as well 'as  good style and quality are guaranteed.  EXDERUY  SUPPLY  CO.  eyes  The bad behavior of defective eyes is the  source of great discomfort, loss and positive  danger lo their possessor. They subject the brain  and nervous system to severe strain; thcy leak  away tiie nervous energy which is thc motive  power of llie human machine. They disorganize  lhe power-plant.  But defective eyes may be made lo behave.  They may be made to act correctly. They may  he made to conserve the -vital energy so lhat tlie  organs v/ill agajn function -properly, and the.  human svslem  will bc reorganized.  Defective eyes cannot of themselves be  changed; bul thcy can be made, to" function nor-,  nially. This is done by means of lenses (glasses)  ���������������������������which arc-ground-to remedy the ���������������������������defects.' These  corrective lenses must be made will) the greatest  care because if lhcy ore" not accurate thcy merely alter thc degree of the defect, and-thcy.. .may  even accentuate lhc trouble.  The study of lhc eye and the grinding.'and  Pitting of corrective lenses has been my(;xiole occupation for lhc pasl five years. This establishment is comnletely equipped for the proper examination of the eyes and the preparation of  glasses that will restore defective eyes to their  normal condition.  Nicolas A. Kaury  TShe 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 OARAGE ENPERBY  foH Pealer and Repairf.  Meet Your friewji *%  If j  3c a word first insertion, 2c a word each insertion thereafter; 25c minimum charge; 10c extr������������������  where cash doef not Accompany order.  FOR SALE���������������������������Incubator and brooder,  120 egg capacity, good as new,  $15.00. Box J51, Armstrong", B.  C. m4_2t  FOR SAIjE���������������������������The famous registered  Clydesdale stalion, "Jim Belmont." Apply,- Geo. Stowards,  Enderby. mll-3p  W'AXTPP���������������������������Democrat; good condition. Apply, -< O. S. Rashle.igh.  Grindrod. m!1-2p  FOR SALE���������������������������Fine young dairy cow,  grade Jersey; fresh, in. Also  splendid young work horse. H. A.  Allison, Armstrong. m4-2t  FOR SALE���������������������������Two milch cows, fresh  in; 4-and 5 years old. A. Brown,  Loon   Lake.       ... .       h4-2p  FOR SALE���������������������������Two milch cows, coming fresh, heavy milkers. Apply  to  E.   J.   Shute,   Mabel   Lake  Rd.  m4_2p  EYE SPECIALIST  ARMSTRONG  FOR SALE���������������������������Purebred Duroc.Ter-  sev boar, 9 months old. M. Dan-  zei,   Grindrod,  B.   C.        .      m4-2p  WANTED ��������������������������� Good reliable girl or  woman for general housework,  no heavy washing or baking.  Wnges $30 a month. Apply Mrs.  Jonathan    Reed,    Malakwa,   R.   C.  m4_1p  am} enjoy ������������������ pjeaiant evemnp  Cigars,^Cigarettes=ang[=Tobaccos.  both chewing and Smoking  ���������������������������always fresh.  KEEVES  W.jM.  A.F. * A.M*  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after tin-  full moon at 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall. Visitinfi  brethren cordially- inviteti  C. JL REEVEP  Spcretnrv  FURNITURE MADE to order and  repairs of all kinds undertaken.  E.  S.  Burton,  Enderby. f26-3p  FOB SAKE���������������������������A brick cottage on Recent street, near river; lot 72x25)0  feet; hot and cold water fixtures;  four rooms and bath; good concrete cellar; no encumbrances;  '"tie clear. For price and..particulars applv. Mrs. R. H. Binch,  ���������������������������1127 7th -Vv., Point Grey. Van-  ��������������������������� couver. B.C. j29-4t  SHAKES FOR SALE���������������������������Apply, Harry  Worth,  Lumby  P.O. j29-tf  Palace Livery  Ed. Sparrow, Prop.  Vernon Road  Enderbv  ENPEJIPY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Mccta 1st & 3rd Monday ev<-  in Masonic Hall.   Visitorscor-  ilially invited to attend.  WM. ANDERSON. C. C  H. M. WALKER, K. R. S  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  EUREKA LODGE NO 50  I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8  o'clock.   Visiting brothers cordially  invited.  W. E. Duncan, N.G.  D. K. Glen, V. G.  H. A. Teece, Sec.  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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