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Okanagan Commoner May 20, 1920

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 Si  <tJ  $������������������mm&mt  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  msmSB^m0S0^i^f^f^f^0^fm0^fmB-i^m^m^^0^^^0m^^0^j^0^0^m^^^0^f^0^0m^mwf  ir*^*^*0+0B, r*i^*.^m  *M^^^*^������������������0*#*^M������������������#  Voll4, No. 15, Whole No. 686  ENDERBY, B. C.    THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920  Subscription, $2 a year; 5c copy  Hospital Board and  Field Day Sports  At a 'meeting of tho Hospital  Board last'Friday evening, finlail arrangements were made for handling  the canvassing of the town and: district "in aid of the proposed isolation1  ward building fund,' and also -liar  handling tlhe detail in connection  witlh the Hospitall Field- Day celebration on May 24th.  Jit was reported that, .the ladies of  Enderby who had taken cnarge of  the arrangements for the ..refreshment booths and the dinner tables  on the Recreation Ground had the  ���������������������������mlatiter well in hand and were assured of being able to make ample  provision! for feeding all comers.  ,. Citizens generally (had been very  liberal in their donations of eatables  for* the tables, and volunteer i"ab~r  was offered for making the booths,  tables, abc.  Mrs. Sh>airpe amd1 Mrs. Folkard  undertook ��������������������������� to canvass Enderby for  additions to the subscription. 11st al-  readiy started. They hope to complete the canvassing by Thursday,  when the fusts will be turned over  to Revs. Mr. Gretton land Mr. Dow^  wjho will cover Mara-Grlndrod aind  Hullcar-Deep Creek, and to Ms. A.  Reeves who as undertaken to see  the residents of Mabel Lake Valley  Thursday afternoon..  The secretary reported 'having received formal acceptance from  Nurlse McPherson of the Board's  offer of $25 a month on the same  conditions \ that- the Government  gtnanit is given under the Hospital  Act, which.' means that the Board  sh'alli receive a copy of the monthly  statement wMc'h is rurni^hed^by Hhe  nurse to the Provincial\ Secretary-  The amidlitor's statement showing  receipts, amd disbursements by 'the  Board for the iten months ending  December^ i������������������ 1920, was. presented  by ithe secretary.    Jt reads:  ; Hocejpt*  Balance   in   bank   March   3,  19X9   A . |   43.88  Government, ������������������riant    ".*.   786.00  Donations  from  City    278.43  Sale of stoves, etc  .     46.20  Proceeds of Tag Day���������������������������  Amount  colPected    .$88.94  Less   coim   paid/. ... .8.80     80. li  Membership   fees   .........       5.00 :  INTERESTING FIELD SPORTS  Mrs. H. M. McKee 'is vio'itinig iher  dau'glumter at her Alberta home. -^  It is cstimlated that tho total assets of the N*. Pavlos estate, Mara,  amount to less *t)han $2,00O, wiitth  Mobilities in the neighborhood of  $9,800, leaving an apparent deflcit  of more than $7,500.  The   Armstrong   Greenihouses   aire  already     shipping   something    over  Work  on   the   Recreation  Ground   30Q dozen headg o[ early ]etfcuce pcr  this week has put the field in good  ^^ tQ ^ Nort.hwest iimirket, toe-  Isolation Ward Fund  Nearing- a Thousand  Recreation Ground Put in Fit Condition for Fast Playing May SM  condition for the d&y's sports, and  the "eague baseball game (between  Armstrong   and    Enderby    and   the  sides   supplying   the  C.   P.   R.  commissary depairtmlenlt.  Dr.   K.  C. .MacDonald  motored to  game between Salmon. Arm and En-, En,derby  from   Vernon   on Wednete  derby, promise to be most��������������������������� interest- j brin,ei.n,g  w,ith Um Mrs.  Pauk-  img^events, as well as the lacrosse hurgfc ^Qm he ,ef(t ^ the Ihome of  garage between Vernon and Salmon Mrg Robs(>ni ,? wanm friend of t,he  Arm   intesnm<edii'ate3.     There,, should  ���������������������������  also be some fast foot-racing.  The  children's  races  will  be run I  on* Cliff street early in the forenoon.  These will be for "cash prizes, as will  also  the  men's  races  in  the 'afternoon on the sport fiefid.  Program  of Sports.  10 a. m..���������������������������Junior Baseball-  10:3 0��������������������������� (Cash   prizes)   Oh'iMrein's  Races  (on  Cliff St.).     Boys'  bicycle  race under 15.  11:00���������������������������Armstrong     Band     selections.  dlHlt-TmgU'is'hed reformer.  , Here 'are some figures which, go  jto account for tihe high cost of living. On a $27 shipment of matches  a local dealer had to pay $36 war  tax. WBraft the ordinary 'buyer  thinks is profiteering lis nothing  more thian tax collecting for the  Government. "       ^ ���������������������������  A number of Enderby Kni'ghits of  Py/thiias miotored to Vernon Tuesday  nliight to take pant .in degree work,  when five candidates were put  tJhroiugih.     After  the degree work  a  Mrs.'sjSharpe "and Mrs. Folkard in  the day's canvassing made by thiem  uin Enderby, met with a ready response from the people and were  grtiat'iy einicouraged by ithe wii'llimg-  ness to help expresisod; on aill sides.  The following list of. subscribers,  wMlie not complete, indicates 'how  wtl'l the canvass is prooeediin'g. it  .wiill be another week 'before tihe  canvass is comipleted:  City  appropriation    $500.00  F.  H.   Barnes      25.00  H.   M.   Walker         15.00  Enderby   Supply   Co      15.00  J.  F.   Murphy      15.00  A.  C.  Skaling    - 15.00  Duncan   Bros 1      15.06  A.   Reeves         15.00  S.  Teece &  Son <       15.00  Fulton  Hardware  Co - 15.00  E. B.   Dill          15.00  Geo.   R.   Sharpe         15.00  S.  H.  Speers      10.00  Mr.  &  Mrs.  Colquette.���������������������������'; ....     10.00  ���������������������������J.   Tedford      10.00  F. Hassandl ..'    10.00  the locals", is one of the maxims,  and there will be two or three  branches in each municipality.  Thte Milk P-oducers' Association.  Poultry men's Union and Co-operative Feed Companies all make favorable soil for this new growth,  and the next big efforts of the  United Farmers will be the 'merging  of these local concerns in still greater unity.  If .they started late, the farmers  are making one Last Big Union of  Producers that promises, " if its  prophets are true, to predominate  all others. For.'there is no clash of  interest between the worker and the  capitalist, for both men walk under  one that. There is no regulation of  work 'hours, for the fanner governs  his own muscles. The aiim. of the  union, aecordm. to its advocates, is  oneness of hit-Test and operation in  price and  production.  prizes) -    50-yard  diasii;      220-yard  sn prior wias served at the Ka'aoialka  ll:30���������������������������Decorated   bicycTe   parade  wraere upwanto of fifty sat,down to  enjoy the viands.;*  'Enderby   is   particuParly.   flavored  in' havfing Chautauqua perf'or.m'a'nces  "wlitimin   easy   'rtelach   'both   ait   Armstrong anld Salmon Arm.    Those unable   to   'hear the  artists   at    Armstrong can   do  so  at. Salmon  Aran. t  Several  are contemplating  going to,1 Pa'ul _,Stainer    .  Salmon   Arm   Thursday auid��������������������������� Friday  JJTr?_  Stamibery  evenings   to   hear " Mrs,  to. grounds.  12:00���������������������������(Cash  dash; 100-yard  dash.  1 p.* m.���������������������������Le&gue Baseball, - Armstrong vs.  Enderby. ���������������������������  3 p.m.���������������������������Relay race; 4 men, Armstrong, :Salmon  Arm,  Enderby.  3:(30���������������������������Intermediate     Lacrosse  ���������������������������  Vernon-Salmon ATm.  5:00���������������������������Baseball���������������������������Salmon   Arm  vs.  Enderby.  ���������������������������V-7":30_-T-:Banni Concert. (COiff St).  William Farnum in . "The Jungle  Trail," followed by a dance.  H.  R.  Wilson      Graham   Rosoman  Carl   JWhnson  J.  W.  Glen   .....  Mr.  McNab      Mrs. B. .J. Carlson  S.   F.   Hartry      Mrs. J. "A. Utas ..  F. S. Johnson . . .  P.   Gossen   ...-/..  10.00  5.00  5.00  5.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.50  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  I'M  $1,244.65  ty-fftfrursements  Improvements to bu'iildimg-r=-  Furnace   .......    $481.40  ���������������������������Bath   room       250.00  'Sundries   .......    140.95  872.35 | to** week from Vancouver, wfhere he  Repairs   : ������������������������������������������������������         59.90 j resided for some months.  Equipment���������������������������            ' w I   ' (Harry Buibdhart   and   R. J. Black  s-Add iWoite=-v=.=f^i *=.=?v=-^.*^-7=-^W 9 ��������������������������� 2 5^buTn"-"have-==pu r.cHased"==Graty=^Doft?  Electric light rate         57.34   fpom Jais. McM^Ivon & Son  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X isxppHw: ^pG|x\GS X  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  iMra. Jas. B������������������U was am, Enderby  visiter f-cim Mara on Friday.  Mrs. Thos. Gray was a vis'itor  from Maira on Mon'd'ay on her way  to Vernon. ,    *"  Geo. R. Sharpe and P. H. Murphy  aire the latest to purchase Dodge  machines of Geo. A.  Rands.  ���������������������������The criminal and civil assize court  wil'! be (Held ������������������-* Vernon on May 25. | turn    trip    amid    wet   (tears   from  and  Prof.  J.   A.  Armand,   with- ithe dry   eyes   of  thirsty  ones     at     the  ���������������������������vtiharf.  'In the Oiity Police Court, before  Magistrates Barnes andi Rosom'an,  J; H. Carefoo was charged by Constable^ Bailey, alt the Instance of the  Panikhurst" "���������������������������   N;  Bailey   ��������������������������� ���������������������������  |R.   Airth   ..   ..   A carload of 1920 Ford cars was ;Mrs   w,:. Wheeller  received'.this week'by; Geo.A.JRands.: j#   s<K>tt   ,.,.v:J"  The mew. model 'has miany iiroprove- Mr3   A   A' paulklier  ..;... i.oo  roemts on aW previous imakes.    Jt Is^ Mrs   j,apl0lPge   ........'. . . . ' j.00  the same-iin  motor power,  but Was  Mm   j   m jj^oy  ..'..;.... ^.oo  the   self-starter,   demountable   rims, Mrs   w   j. Ga>rett     j.oo  onermian    top,   and -other    fixtures  Mrg   E   sparrow  1.00  thiat m'ake it to 'all', liinitents and mir-  Johin   iviiiller^  .. 7 1.00  poses,  as up-to-date as any- of the Mra; Q   y  puttam  1.00  lighter  'cars,   and  the   cost 'is*' only  jg.   (Jray ��������������������������� 1.00  $99*.                         c             '"                | Mrs.   Hendrickson   ........ ' \. 00  "Somebody in Penticton must have   M '��������������������������� i^,art}^ ���������������������������     ~  x.00  hiad   ������������������n   awful   thirst   or   a  '-*0't   of  c    pravei  1.00  thirsty friends when he imported a  j,.   *p.   Mowat  1.00  wholte carload of booze direct from  x   V Z   . .���������������������������  1.00  Montreal  ito  himself.     Unfortunate-  y    p0rlS,o.n ���������������������������_ _ iqO  ly for 'his thirst, the Attorney-Gen-  ,j. p. Gaylord  eral would wot let ihira' unload U and  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X BASEBALL WHIRLS X  X '������������������������������������������������������^- x  X       (By  one  of  'tihie  Players)       X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  It was sdheduled as an En-  ��������������������������� McGar-  last week the carload left on its re-  aoccmipanying  tamburtoa  onehtesitira,  F-mlay Biras'h returned! to Enderby  Mrs.   McPheirson,   matron.  Printing,,   stati'onlery,  books.  Balance��������������������������� Amt as per bank  ���������������������������pass' book, Dec. 31, 171.06  Less  ciheques  outst'g   104.70  50.00  17.50  66.36  AU  \7  The deatih of Mrs. Jo/hn Pringle,  of fjuHicar, took place at her home  last Thursday, after a prolonged  iillness. , /  >Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Bradiley motored to Endferby from Chase on  Siaturd'ay to spend! a few hours with  fr*ifendfe.  The question as to gate p*a������������������se������������������ \ Sereral Ender.by auto loads hiaive  and to whom thley shouldi be issued j e^ne to Armstrong thds week to at-  hiaving    been    brougfht   before    the. tend the Chautauqua perform'ances.  $1,244.65  K.  E.  SHARPE. Sec.-troas.  GRAHAM^ROSOMAN,   Auditor.  Boaird, it was decidedi "thiat no gate  passes should   be  issued,   except to  All are highly spoken of.  Miss    Ednia    McMahon  returned  local board of healit'h, with refusing  or neglecting to notify the Medical  Officer of a 'case of small pox in his  househq'd'. Accused pleaded guilty,  arid, after a reprimand from tihe  bench, was allowed to go o������������������ suspended sentence.  4lhe members of outside teams who , flnom Toronto last 'week, where sihe  are playimg in the games of tlie day. ! spent several months, greatly to the  It was pointed out that as the total   improvement of her health.  proceeds   of  (th,e  celebration,   after  deducting the unlavoidlable expenses,  ���������������������������Leonard's   ibilMand   parlor   underwent  a  slight alteriatiom ij^st   week  were to go into the Tiospiital buildiwg ���������������������������. to enable  him to  put in a counter  fund, and as every citizen had done \ for the serving of soft drinks,  or was doing something to assist in j     Geo.   Johnston   has   tendered   his  making the celebration a success, it Resignation  as   Provincial  Constable  would be difficult Itp draw the Hine.. ������������������* Bnktart>y and has taken, up a farm  Therefore, everyone entering ^'^^X���������������������������^ ^mhas&f' ���������������������������F'  '      .     ,j x,u      jw,i    ���������������������������      *^������������������    I Johnston hias 'made am exceptionally  gaite should pay *tlhe admission fee. |efflcienlt ainld painstaking officer and  This is the position taken by the (t ,is regretable that .'he is giivinig up  City Council, and will be recognized tihe poet be hlas so well firiedi.  as the most f*vr policy.  We are asked to urge all who  bring ito .tlhe Ground anything- donated to the dinner booth to kindly  mark itheir plates, cloth's, etc., and  to tdall for same on. (leaving the  Ground ifior ihome.  IMr. Keary, ex-m'ayor of New  Weatmlin'ster a.nidl now aildermlan of  that city, Is visiting Armstrong thiis  week, stopping off at Enderby over  Sunday.  Mr. and Mirs. Percy Fa'rmier. -who  hiaive been visltinig, Mr. anld Mrs. F.  Hsesard the past week or more, are  retninning to Oastlegar, B. C. th;is  week.  Must W������������������IK Straigln * Narrow Way  ���������������������������As there is only one known way  to suppress measles and that by  stopping tho raising of children,  and, as the world is not prepared  to take the remedy, so shall we  have the an'nual recurrence of the  comiplaint. In like manner, it seems,  do small communities have to combat tho cow problem each spring  when garden-making time is on.  This spring comiplaint became epidemic in the connjcil| chamber at  Monday night's meeting, just as of  yore, and the Mayor and aldermen  had to deicule, just as other Councils have had to, if the Pound Bylaw was to be enforced strictly or  unstrictly. Strictly 'got it. And  henceforth any Bossy that is permitted to stop by the wayside going  to and from pasture on the city  streets will be impounded or the  owner sumimonsed to pay $25. All  animals that eat grass must walk  the straight and narrow way in Enderby if they don't want to be  pinched.  Mrs.   DugdaiLe   .......  Louis   OMyerliaus    ....  Mrs.- A.   Anderson   . .  Mrs. J. F- Johnson  . .  Mrs.  W.  E.  Clark   ...  Mrs. ff. Vermilyeia . . .  N.   L.   Butler.  .   Laura Carsom   . ���������������������������.   _Mrs_.^S.^Mc.Phe-,.8on'=^..^._  J. B. Gayford      F.   Garner      O.   A.   Cole   .   Mrs.  A.   D.   Robarge   .  Mrs.   McMaHion      Mrs.   W.   Allum ......  Mrs.   Neil!    .   Mrs.   R.   Jones      Mrs.   Albert   Wilson    .  Mrs.   Geo.   Rands   . .  Mrs.  W.   B.  Thompson  Mrs.   Grahlam       Wm.   .Ionics       J.   R.  McPherson  Mrs.  H1.   Bush      Mrs.   G.   Griffiths  Mrs.  F.   Davis   .   Mrs.   Inch  . .  R.   E.   Hyam      Jerry   Sitarniiberg    ......  Mrs.   W.   Beddington   . .  The best game I ever saw! I  don't know what I couldi consider  the best. Maybe it was the," only  game Pitcher Webb of Dndlerby lost  when Enderby,' Armstrong, Vernon  and Kelowna had a semi-'pro league.  W>ebb was/ going strong. thlat jrear  atad Enderby 'hiadi cinched the Jlion-  ons amd were, set on making a clean  sweep.  idlerby-Armetinoag     game  goyle of Vernon opposed Webb.    It  w������������������s-a  fine pHjcfhenrs'  battle, full'of.  excitement and a tough one to lose.  But  for   rea������������������I.   excitement I. think  I'd   choose  the   Enderby-Vernon in-  aermediate tilt on. May  24th,   1917.  Vernon decided not to come on 'account  of  the  wet, ^gloomy.-weather.  The 'morning iof the 24itih cleared^-up  and Endierby 'made the trip, to Vernon.    We were practliceless and hiad-  ho hope of winnimg.    The first few  innings strengthened our doubts". At  the   end   of the sixth   Vernon*' was  leadi'iug,  six   to   three.     Up  to ibhat-  timie they lhad' not  extended  thera-  . J..00 j selves.       Their     easy'   oninitibalance  j.,00  made us more nervous.  1.00      The first two batters iip- for En-  1.00  derby in  the seventh   were safe on  1.00  scratches.     The third   was a batter  1.00   wiho 'had been batting "safety first"  ���������������������������1.00   grouindens.      The   infielid   closed   in  1.00   and  with a  "do* or die"  determtna-  1.00  tion   the   batter   dropped   a   Texas  =JL.0.0. iu...centre. _ _Th'at._staTited.���������������������������it Two.  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  ���������������������������1.00  1.00  1.00  ij.00  .1.00  1.00  .50  .50  .50  $805.00  UNITED   FARMERS   STRONG.  Organizer J. M. Huimphrey of the  United Farmers is having one grand  touir of success up and down the  Fraser Valley. Farmers are flocking to him as if he were a new  drink, and they are absorbing his  doctrines of unity and co-operation  'like new wine.  iNo place seems too small for a  branch to be started. "The /m&re  numerous the branches the strong'er  rumlnenr crossed1 the plate. Enderby saw a chance and grabbed it.  Three more runs came in and) with  a two-run Head tihey determiined to  hold Vernon. The .Tatter scored  ornice.  The rival captains had, .previous  to the commencement of the game,  agreed to qu.iit at the end of the 7th,  but by that time, the losing captain  had forgotten the arrangement. It  was referred to the wmps and lie  ruled', Justly enough^ that he should-  have been consulted*. .He ordered  us back. We went, more thaini ever  determined to win, and we won, 11  to 7.  Some of those intermediates are  pilayiing again as Seniors this year  and wliil, no doubt, rememiber the  lighting spirit that seized us that  day.  We have a better team today  than we hadi then. Let's fight this  season as wo fought that seasoin.  That was the spirit that couldn't  lose, the 'spirit that wouldn't be  subdued. What we have done, we  can do.  Is here anything you could liiave  on your farm that would save you  more labor than a complete water  system and bath room? Every farm  can lhave these conveniences. Consult us as to the best imethiod and  the   cost,       Fu'lto'n   Hardware   Co.,  -  %-. OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920  ������������������ftanagan Commoner,  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker'a Woekly  Published every Thursday at Enderby. B.C.,   by The Walker Press, at  per year; $1.00 six months.  H. M.  WALKER  "^'^TUJRSDAY, MAY 13, 1920  An Important Question  Manager (jinlroducing vaudeville , turn)-���������������������������  "Ladics and ���������������������������'genllemen, Khagoola will now proceed lo give his astounding clairvoyant, memory  and second-sight act, and will-answer any question that anv member oi' the audience ������������������������������������������������������mav pul  to him."  Voice from the gallery���������������������������'Tell us where there's  a 'ouse to let."  'Phis hit of humor from Punch tritely illustrates the actual conditions that are lo he found  lobcr directory was issued.    There could not be  a better medium by which to judge the general  progress being made in the development of the  business end of the Valley, as well as the healthy,  growth of the several communities embraced in  the Okanagan Telephone Company's system.    In  the past six months there has been a general increase ir? the number of subscribers���������������������������roughly of  10 per cent.    Some localities show a larger increase than others.    The general increase of 10  per cent was bettered by Enderby, where the increase was 25 per cent.    Superintendent Godfrey  states  that  lhc company is finding difficulty  in  ! getting J material fast enough to keep pace with  j the   rapidly   developing  business  over the com-  ipany's lines.    Particularly is this lhc case with  ; regard   lo   the   long  distance  service,   which   is  !daily carrying its maximum  transmission load.  If the Hue can he built this summer, the people  with all  the  towns of;vice extended to  lhcproblemris hecom- !Ccnlriu   station.  iof Deep (ircek arc determined lo havc the ser-  Ihat locality, with Enderby thc  We  understand   the  principal  ! cause of delay in the construction of tliis line is  .,    .        , _,_,. . i ��������������������������� ,     ������������������',n,n ion account of material being hard to gel.    Mr.  rn that rents are loO per cenl higher   hanjGo<lfrcv is ,akjng,up the preliminary work and  'crerthree years ago, and even at that tbcjwo j,   " -  Hospital Field Day!  in  Enderby,  in  common  the Okanagan  Valley.  ing morc accule as the weeks pass.    Like condi  lions exist at the coasl, and even from Cali  we learn  Ihev w  demand for houses is far grealer than thc supply  wilh no prospect of the; supply being ihcreuaed  in thc near future. What-is thc cause of lhis  scarcity of houses? It is not far to seek. We  are now suffering from the facl lhat all building  operations ceased when thc war was on, and wc  did nol have the natural growth in Ihc way of  houses. Since the days of peace dawned, the.  demand for lumber lo supply thc devastated sec-  lions of Europe has taken from America" lhe entire supply and ihere is a "shortage the world  over.    Prices here arc regulated bv the market  we. hope soon to announce that the Deep Creek  line will he installed, though the matter has not  ibceri settled.  Vernon-Salmon Arm' Intermediates  En erby, May 24th, 1920, 3.30 p.m.  Give Thought to the Farmer  ^he United States Government is seeking to  solve the problems for thc man on the lands���������������������������or  to find out what these problems arc, and how-  best to meet Ihem. Recently a qucstionaire was  sent out from Washington. Some forty thousand  or more farmers replied.    An  analysis  of  tcrial continues wc cannol hope to sec. lumbct  sold for local consumption at a cheaper price  than  lhal 'offering for foreign delivery.  This being fhe" case, il docs not appeal- probable lhat lumber prices will bc much lower or  houses more plentiful  for many months.  Voice of the Dominions  Thc  nance  brought  abroad, and while the shortage of building ma-(the replies reveals' three chief grounds of com-  - - -      ���������������������������       plaint-    First, inability to obtain labor to work  the farms; hired help and thc farmer's children  having been lured to the city by higher wages  and easier living. Second, high profits by mid  cllcmcn for thc mere handling of food products.  Third, the lack of proper agencies of contact between lhc farmer and the ultimate consumer.  It is safe to say lhal these complaints mirror  accurately those of our Canadian farmers, with  this difference that where thc Canadian farmer  is organized, as under ihc Grain Growers of thc  Nor tii west nnd the United Farmers. the  farmer's problems arc not so difficult to handV  as Ih.c problems thc farmer in unorganized territory has to face. But even under the strong organizations thc farmers have ^perfected and arc  "perfecting, thcy arc; faced by difficulties little  realized bv fhe average citizen. Thc greatest of  these is the lack of efficient help. Today the  farm is a factory and its products must be produced in accordance wilh, factory practice and  principles. The farmer is an employer of labor,  but the labor which he finds available is of a  peculiarly exasperating .'type. The hirecl man  has developed a fragile physique and is too delicately organized to attempt really hard work on  thc farm. His first question usually is, "Js the  work hard?" The second question follows logically. "What arc the wages, ancl are the hours  long?" In spite of this prevailing lack of men  for'thc farm a writer in Leslie's says there are  millions of people, unhappy, inefficient, discouraged, haunting our great cities who would  blossom out into useful und productive workers  if thcy only knew how to find a job on the farm.  This writer advocates a national system of education and distribution whereby a continuous  stream of help would be pouring from the cities  to thc farms. This he says, is not a political  function of government, but a matter of thrifty  national housekeeping requiring intelligence and  organizing ability. Somc such a system could  be inaugurated in Canada lo advantage, and if  not by the Government then by the farmers  Ihcmsclvcs-lhrough-their-organization.   question whether thf re is to bc a contin-  of the Anglo-Japanese alliance i.s being  before llie British public by Ih.c presence ol Hon. W. A'. Wall; treasurer of- the Australian Commonwealth, jn England. It is lo bc  hoped lhat Canada will also send a representative there to lake up with thc Imperial author-  -ities-..the same problem as il applies lo this pominion. Mr. Wall is urging closer co-operation  between Great Britain and her Dominions with  regard to foreign policies and emphasizes Australia's determination lo remain "a whitcman's  countrv." Al a dinner given in his honor, which  .was'attended by lhe Viscount Milner, secretary  for the colonics, and numcious othcr men in  public life, Mr. Watt in an address said:  "Tlie dominant thought1 in our minds has hccn  that in Southeastern Asia live 800.000,000  colored people and the Australian people say  that whatever can bc done to keep our country  for thc British and their children should be  done. Wc know that wc could not repel an  armed assault bv the great yellow and brown  nations, hut wc believe that in thc fullness of  time thc statesmen of thc Empire will understand our altiiude and assist .us to enforce il.  "If there arc conversations in thc near future  between the Empire and thc Mikado and the  Brilish Government thc Australian, people want  their view registered before thc representative  thinkers of our Empire."  To which Canadians can say, "w'e loo."  MEN'S CLOTHING  >Ve carry the best in each line that can bc procured in Canada.  Stanfield's Underwear heeds no introduction.  House of Hobberlin made to order Suits.    Guaranteed.  Clarke's Shirts and Gloves made for service.  Leckie's Shoes will outwear any shoe made in Canada.  W. G. & R. Fine Shirts, starched and lounge collars.  Boulter Waugh Hats and Caps, made in Canada.  Inseparable  E.B. DIIJL  Gents' Furnishings five Roses flour Groceries  OVERLAND CARS  *sTWe handle the Overland 4 in Enderby, and  will be pleased to show you its many good points  and-to demonstrate "its    standard   quality   as a  utility car as������������������w.ell as one of stylish lines and ei.sy_        .     .  iidir/g.. V  Jf yoM want yowr new QVER^ANP FOUR thit Spring  pj������������������ce your order NOW.  Ja������������������. McMahon & Son      Ewfcrfry  KING  A name that, stands for"tJie best in hotel service  King Uwn) Hftttl    &&������������������*"**     ftwkrfar  ^    "Your publication addressed to J. C. Bolander,  Box ~ ^10 7"VStfw tel 1 cr^Ca br-i s*=ni n d e 1 i ve r ed-a t=4l i eV  address    thereon .'for.* reason    checked    below:  Dead."  These .poslofTico people have a very direct way  of telling anything. But this bit.oMicwJs is not  more direct than ".!. C." would have told if himself. A 'humorous ������������������������������������������������������story;' lhe glad handshake;  a warm good-bye, willi eyes, wet wilh "tears,  beaming through a -mellow smile, he'd slop.'.from  this world to the next to meet his inseparable  pal of past yearVMr.J^  were pioneers of the Silvery Slocan, just eighty  miles as lhc crow'.flics* over the hill cast .of. ���������������������������Enderby.    His first big find was the Galena  Farm,  and it was the sale of this property that put,him  on  his  feet.     For a  quarter of a  century .lhcy  -made their home at New Denver.    Then, when  sickness and old age began lo collect the debt of  youth, they moved lo California wherc lhe payments of life could he somewhat prolonged.    A  few weeks ago Mrs. Bolander passed over to the  olher side.    We do not know much about what  takes place over there, nor what message is'pos  sible from  that sphere to this, and il  well thai wc .don't, hut this, is cerlain:  wbo went "first found a better 'ole than  the way,'she'd'.beckon "J.C." to come,  Want Another JianH  is  is  jusl as  if lhe pal  this over  and if she  A petition is in circulation and has been generally signed asking the Bank of Hamilton to establish a branch*'in Enderby. It is no secret that  for lhe. past year lhere has been general dissatisfaction with the banking facilities afforded by  the local branch of the Bank of Montreal. The  lack of co-operation, of tact, of even the most  ordinary banking privileges, coupled with the  general lack of knowledge ..'relating to the district on the part of the local manager, and tlie  lack of any desire to'meet, the people half way.  has becn 'most detrimental to the community,  and the determination is expressed by many  lhal a second bank will be induced lo ..establish  here if it i.s possible.  See the opening l-eague game of  beckoned, he'd be gUubto go, and go he would.  Rapid Development  Thc new.number of the Okanagan Telephone  Directory is now in lhe subscribers' hands. This  number contains all new names and alterations  up to llie 1.5lb April. It is interesting to look inlo ils pages and note thc substantial increase in  the number ol* subscribers enrolled since the Oc-  A collapse of the New York stock market a  few days ago, and the continued drop in prices  of all commodities on the market, has caused  jibe Wall Street operators and. market writers to  ask the question if this is not the beginning of  the rh-op in high prices.    One writer says:  "This is the third successive day that stocks  have beep weak, but it is not an alarming situation from lhc standpoint of the country's prosperity. It is the working out of the Federal Reserve Board's plan, perhaps with a little morc  vigor than was intended, but nevertheless it represents the process of readjustment toward normal conditions. Deflation has to begin somewhere, and the stock market is1 the place-where  il is apt lo show first."  Enderby vs. Armstrong  Er4ert>y, May24,19204 p.ro.  More Coffee for less money.    1 lb in each jar.  Buy your Water Glass NOW.  Ag-ents for Massey-Harris farm implements  TEECE & SON  ENDERBY fr  THURSDAY/MAY 20, 1920  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  * b*s+b^**' srm*^**m**.**m^^+  BAKlM  POWDlt  /u-5a  Carpentering work 'in connection  with tlie Southern Okanagan reclamation project wias-held up for a  short time recently on account of a  ���������������������������strike. The carpenters v->nte V '���������������������������''  cc its an .hour for both rough and  skilled men. The present pay is 65  cents. The contractors sent to Vancouver  for a new force.  Quebec   easily   lead   the   other :prp-  Minces,   but  with     a     more  general  realization of the need  for conserving soil fertility    'on    the    .prairies,  dairying  will  progress  prodigiously.  ���������������������������Moidern,    co-openative   daiiryng" is  less   than   fifty   years   o|'.*d.     Already  it ihas .played; an outstanding part in  i giving   such   counitirl'es   as   Denmark  In' Teh' Years   the   Canadian    Dairy  and  New  Zealand     economic     inde-  Oui put Increased by $1."SO,000,000.   , pendence.     It has been beyor.d  pre-    j adivontiu're that   nio   oth'er  branch   of  Canada's dairy .products yield .ap- j Arming surpasses it in nVaintaining  proximately   $250,000,00,0   in   1919,'and  'invpr'ovi.ng  soil   fertility.     How-  acccrding   to    figures  published    by  <"*ver 'it would be unreasonable to ex-  Consterva.tHon   .Ijr.ir   April. .     Of   this   P^ct   that  prices can   long  continue  amount, about,  it says,  $65,000,000 . at the present high llevels.    On the  wias    -received,    for    exports.    These  other hand!,  labor coiuMtions should  figures  easily  constitute     a    irecord  steadily  improve  and advances  will  ���������������������������Cor iflke Canadian "dairy 'industry.  In   be- made, hi labor-saving devices.  It  1910, the total value wias estimated !seems reasonably certain that dairy-  at   $100,000,000   and  the     exports Vug is destined to be an increasingly  amounted     to    .nearly   $24,000,000. parge economic factor in the future  Although  tihe production    o'f     most'of  Canada.  dairy products  nuade a -fairly    con- ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������  stant increase  during the .period, of EDUCATING  RUSSIA.  the  wair,  the  phenomenal record  of ���������������������������  ���������������������������  1919 must be attributed in riauge Eleven' thousand new schools  measure to market ,��������������������������� conditions, have been opened b������������������ the Bolsiheviki,  In common with ohher ifood pro- lain'd ten million copies of classic lit-  duct������������������, the. prices of: milk, ibutter erature printed by the Commissariat  and cheese rose rapidly owing to I of the People's Education in spite  a, world  shor*t*age.     Then.,  too,    the  of the lack of paper, according to a  Hj5kA^^i^>^^''>^M  wihite !an|d red iper.pendacul&rly,  would not blend 'harmoniously in a  bunk   house,   neither   would   orange  o  and green in stripes or polka dots;  n'or the blue-white cross on a red  ���������������������������ground with the yellow cross T������������������n a  blue ground. Then- there are so  many bohunk combinations that it  would be better to draw' the color  line on pyjamas. The docile elephant of the mine managers 'has  turned  wihite and is running  \vild>."  CITY   OP   UNDER IS Y  - -Twenty-nine business houses of  Summerland. began saving d'aylight  on Monday by advancing their "clocks  one (hour. Unfortunately, the a.d-  heision to the" movement of schools  anld churcfiies has not yet been definitely secured, and it is also likely  that ithe C. P. R. and. K. V. R. stations wiill continue Ithe use of standard stime.  farms For Sale  I have several good hay and stock  anches  for  sale/from   130   to   380  -acres   each. ���������������������������-  Apply   for   prices   and  erras..  _ .  ft. G; RORKE  Box m  Enderby  Pajace livery  fty; Sparrow, frop  Vernon ffoaif       ~ ~7  Enderfry  moire rapOd 'growth of urban centres  as compared wltih. ,t)he rural population ihas enlarged the 'home mlarke't,  without, a corresponding increase in  production.     Further,   the  shortage  of   labor   oni   farims  'throughout   the  war  restricted  increased   production  mia;tier,iia.?,ly,   and   til: e   compairat'ive'ly  napid expansion of " the - condensed  and - powidered   miMk trade    laffected  the cheese Industry' adversely. Each  of  these  factors' tended  to  increase  prices.    Thus,  in  1918, tlhe average  price paid for  Cheese by the Dairy  Produce  Commissicii  was   23 :cents.  f.o.b.  steamship at  Montreal.       Although   similar  statistics     are     not  ���������������������������available    for    1919, it is probab'e  .that  the .price, exceeded   27-   'cents.  Butter   prices "��������������������������� also   established   'new  record's,   the   average   price   for  all  ���������������������������**>  graJd.es   of  creamery,    delivered     at  Montreal,- was -53y., .cents in 1919.  Whi'"e the . production ; of . cheese  probably showed a slight - decline,,  the past year oan'be" credited with a  record p ftoducfoi'oni 'of butter and  condensed jand  powdered  m'ilk.    .  Western Camaidia,' espeeiiaJlly the  Prairie Proviin'ces, is rapidly "increasing its production of milk and  butter.,    At  present,     Ontario    and  s-peedh recently delivered by Lunar-  harski, commissary of education,  before an educational conference in  Petrograd.  In Russia, he stated, there are at  present 3000 workers amd peasants  theat; es. In one province alone  there are 400 peasants theatrtes,  which < is more than there are in  France, where the total! number  does not exceed 150. In another  yvov'lnce there are 700.  In Petrograd nineteen' schools of  music have been 'opened; in Moscow fourteen. The majority of the  pupils of the Conservatory of Music  consist   of   sailors   and   workmen..  Schools of painting a.re alttenidied  by eight times moire pupils than; before the revolution.       l  Tenders   for  Hauling  and   Spreading'  Gravel.  Tenders are hereby 'invjteld Por  tihe hiau'M'iTg and spreading of 300  (three hundred)��������������������������� or more if required���������������������������cubic yards of gravel; to  be taken from Smith's ���������������������������gifla.vel pit  and spread G (six) inches deep and  12 (twelve) .feet wide, where directed, from a point near Knight Street  along   George  Street  southward.  Gravel to be measured and work  subject= to inspection, the whole to  be completerl to mhe satisfaction, of  th'e Board of Works, by the- 30th  September, 1920. All 'dues for  grave)' to be .paid by the successful  tenderer.  Tenders to be enclosed in sealed  envelopes, marked "Tender", and  to reach the undersigned, mot llalter  than Saturday the 22n'd May, 1920.  The lowest or any tender w/ill not  necessarily   be  accepted.    >  By order of the  Council.  GRAHAM   ROSOMAN,  - ��������������������������� City CT,erk.  , City Hall, Enderby, B. C, May  i3th,  1920. . ml3-2t  When you want the Best  Meats and Service, go to  0    GEO. R. SHARPE  Wholesale   and   Retail  Butcher  Enderby, B. C.  CLEARANCE SALE BY  PUBLIC AUCTION  A  PY.TAMA.   SETTIjEMENT.  The mines", of the Silvery Slocan  ar.e shut down tight, .the' inuaniagers  refusing  to = accede  tlie  demands  of  the "miners/which   went   into  effect  <y ��������������������������� -..  May 1st. The Kaslo Kootenaian  says, "it is. probable the strike at  Sandon "will be settled quickly, if a  request u's-not made for striped pyjamas. For instance, black, wihite  and    fed    horizontally    with' blue, IPelJ jpjocjc  40 Head of Fine Stock, Farm  Im piemen ts and Furniture.  I amr -instructed by Mr. George  Lynn to sej 1 by public auction at  Hullcar, 7 miles N. .\\. of Armstrong, on  THURSDAY,  20th  MAY,   1920  l   o'clock   sWarp.     Full   particulars  in posters.  Terms on 'live stock arid implements.. Sums of $25.00 and under  cash. Over that am'ount 6 months'  approved jiont. -notes. Furniture  cash. Lunch provided before sate.  MAT HASSEN, AUCTIONEER ,  Armstrong, B. C.  p3a  A.F.&A.M.  ^^ Enderby   Lodge     No.  40  Oft^ Regular     meetings     first  SZ    Thursday on or after th������������������  "       full moon at 8 p. m. in Ma-  l       Ronic    Hall.           Visiting  >      brethren cordially invited  A. REEVES  W.M.  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  ^  ENDERBY   LODGE  jAjfc  -     No. 35. K. of P.  w  Meets 1st & 3rd Monday eve  in Masonic Hall.   Visitoracor-  dially invited to attend.  WM. ANDERSON. C. C  '   H. M. WALKER, K. R. S  R. J. COLTART. M.P.  EUREKA LODGE NO 50  Jas. Pickson  J*PAL  ESTATE  JNSUflANCJS  GENERAL AGENT  ������������������ncjerpv  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, Soc.  ^- C. SKALING, B. A.  ,    Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public. .  insurance  Bell Blk.  Enderby. B.C.  Enderby Branch G, W. V. A. \  '. The^Enderby branch of the G. W.  V. A. meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday in the JPriJl flail at 8 o'clock  p.m. All visiting comrades are wel- ,  come. E. A-Pobebtson, "Sec.  Subscribe  for the Commoner and  get ithe home news.  +*m  *  TAJiE     AOViVNTAGP     OF  F^ST W^PK OF SACJIIFJCF PRICES WONPFHFU],l,y SUCCESSFUL.   FXTRAOHPINARY BARGAINS STILL LEFT  | |wve bought the stock of N- Pavlos, of M^ra, consisting of Groceries, pry Goocjs, Hwc|-  ware an4 Gents, furnishings.   All clean No. I stock, bought within the last seven months  Compare these prices with what yow are paying to-qay:  Gitocjs mj<>������������������.  PHV coops  Canadian Boiled Dinners   .....25c  B.   C.   Red   Sa'mon   (Challenge  Brand)   2  for   .....'    65n  Pilchards,   y,s,   per itin    .10c  Sardines,   12* tins   for $1.00  Slices all  kinds,   per  tin 10c  H. P. Sauce, 2 for tioc  Cream  of  "WheaJt,  8   lbs. for... 40c  Bird Seed, per package    5c  Malcolm's  Best   Baking  Powder,  per  tin    22c  Malcolm's  Best   Lemona-de- Powder,   per   tin  . 20c  Vcrmicl/l/i,   per   package. ..... .20c  Conn  Meal,  per  lb  .   7c  dSXTS*  FVn XtSJHfNGS  Men's Work  G'loves and  Mitts  75c   to   $2.00  10  dozen- Men's Merino  Undersh'lnts  and   Drawers,   per   garment. .$J.] 0  10 d'ozeni Men's Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers, per garmeint    ^5c  Men's Socks,  per  pair 40c   to   65c  Men's   Overalls    . '.     ���������������������������  $2.25  JUJ!tJ3J3RS,   BOOTS A>7> SHOES  20 jMr Girls'  Long, Rubber Boots, par pair $1.95  This is the best buy in the sal������������������ so don't -forget; to see them w/hen  yon *are here.  11 pair onily  Girls'  Shoes,  per paia"  $2.50  20  p'afir Boys'  Slices ' $2.90  ito   $4.00  Sevorall pairs Men's Shoes at away  below  cost.  Grey   Flannelette   Sheets,   big  sizes.  . -  *  Table   Oil   Cloth,   colored,   per   yard   White Oil Cloth, per yard :   Ladies'   Corsets        . "  Ladies' Hose, per pair   . .30c   to  Flannelette,  colored, iper  yard   Hucaback  Towel's,  each 25c   to  Children's   Hosiery,   por   pair 3oc  to  CoaLs'  Machine  Threadi.  sizes  12   to  SO,   per.   spool   Pearl   Buttons, .per card   20  dozen Children's Fleece-lined  Underwear, to clear, per garment.  3.25  69c  75c  1.75  65e  37c  75c  65c  .   5c  .   5c  .69c  HAiimvAKi**:  100  tins  Mica Axle  Grease,  par tin -15c  Brush  Hooks -��������������������������� ��������������������������� ^1-^������������������  Garden1   Rakes ...Ooc  Sleekene  Condition  Po wider  for  horses   amd stock.     2   for..'....... 35c  Several other small  lots  at  bargiaJin .prices.  .     ,...  Everything soM  for  Cash  only.  Prom.pt attention to all mail orders.  Sale starts Frid'ay,  May  14th.  a BUTTERWORTH - the Busy Store - MARA  s-m  !��������������������������������������������������������������� A  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920  Absolving the Spirits  A clergyman w-lho was not disinclined 'toward an occasional g^ass,  hired an irishman to clean out Ihis  cellar. He brought out a mumber  of empty whisky bottles, and as 'he  lifted eac'h one, 'looked to see 'if  t<here wias anythlLmg  in it  The clergyman, who was walking  on the lawn, noticed! ;him., and said:  "They are all  d'cad. ones, Mike."  "They 'are," answered. Mike; "but  there is onc good thing about it:  thcy aV." had tl e minister with them  w'hen  phoy  passed  away."'  ALFALFA VARIETIES.  Tho lawyer was cross-examining  a witness to a robbery. "W'heii did  the  robbery  take  place?" he .asked.  "I  think "  begun  the  witness.  "We don't care What you think,  sir, we rant to know what you  know." !  "Then if you don't wnt to know  what 1 think I may as well leave  the standi. I can't talk without  Thinking.    I':m no>t a lawyer."  Alfalfa has as many varieties amd  strains as fancy poultry. Experiments1 and tests u-nider varied cqndi-  tioms show that some are .m'ore.suited tha.it others for different localities.  Superintendent Stevenson, of the  Experimental Station at Sidney,  Vancouver Island, finds that "Ontario Variegated"  i.s the most riesir-  i able un-der such conditions as obtain  on  the  Island.  It starts growing ean'.y in March  and remains green until December.  It is erect growing, leafy, au'd more  easy   to   cut   when   grown   in     rows  j than  are the  morc  spreading  types.  'Hardiness, says the superintendent,  is not a factor of great 'importance  on the coast, since tine winter temperatures are not low enough to  cause sevclre frost, injury to any,  strain of alfalfa.  The ever p-p.puLar Grim alfalfa, so  DOX'T FORGET  that there is quality in the leather,  comfort" in "the shaping and smart  style "in  every pair of  SHO MS VOU BUY OF US  Don't wait until you must buy  .a pair then take anything you can  get in a hurry; but come here while  you have leisure to look over our  Large, stock ol" new" models and try  on several comfortable pairs.  Then you'll be sure to get  SHOES  THAT  ARE  <*   SATISFACTORY  Metooi logical  Report,  for  tlie Month  of April.  ENDERBY SUPPLY CO.  Enderby, B. C.  Date Max.  1  2  3  4  5,  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  -15  16  17  IS  19  "20  21  22,  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  37  37  52  51  5*2  52  5 4  5 3  60  GO  53  5 7  53  50  5 7  .56  51.  49  5 2  54  58  ���������������������������5 8-  -64  67  74  6S  5 7  56  5 9  Min.  27  12  29  30  26  3 5  29  35  * 26,  25  31  4 0  26  34  3 7.  39  32  41  37  3 70  3S~  33  3 3  26  38  4 8  42  36  40  3S  Range  Snow-  Rain  4  25  8  22  25  17  2 3  ,19  27  35  35  13  31  19  .13  '18  24  10  12  4 5  16  ���������������������������25  25  38  29  26  26  .21  ���������������������������ie  ���������������������������21  ..10  .13  .ol  .10  .15  .10  .05  .09  .20  .04  .07  ..OS  the  HEADQUARTERS ON  May 24th  ���������������������������for���������������������������  HOLIDAY  GOODS  SOUVENIRS  FJ REWORKS  JCE CREAM  CANDIES, ETC.  THE   POPULAR   VARIETY   STORE  Postoffice one door East  ENDERBY,  B.C.  ���������������������������Highest   temperature   74   on  26th.  Lowest temperature    12    on    the  2nd. '���������������������������   -  " Highest   mean   temperature,   54.6.  Lowest  mean" temperature,   33.33.  Mean  temperature for month  was  43.96.  N.  Ff.  Kenny. Observer.  Cows and horses are not allowed  to wander���������������������������or to be tethered or  'herded ��������������������������� on City streets. The  Pound By-Law -wil1! be strictly enforced from now on and any person  breaking it will render himself liable lo a penalty of $25.00 in addition to having his animals impounded. 2t  =71  Armstrong Vulcanizing Works  AITTO   TIRES  RKISUIIjT  Blow-Outs   and   J?in;  Cuts    Repaired  Rebuilt.   Thos  .sow;   i _i������������������  fmm   $10.00  Tubes, from $1.50 .  SOME   fiX A PS   I.\  LARGE SIZE  TIRES  Subscribe for the Commoner: *$2 a year  SHA  p o .. y jx s   S iijSSit oHfc Firefjfc:  Skiiii.s ck,������������������ui a������������������ Jtyy Speed'"<'  Saves cream now lost by aHother separators (.see  Purdue Bulletin No. 116) because it skims clean  at widely varying speeds. Delivers even cream  at  all  speeds.    Simple   Tubular  bowl���������������������������no discs.  successful ���������������������������im'close seeding, has the  fault of going down when .grown in  rows widei? apart (than eighteen.  Inches. The New Zealand! varieties  resemble the Ontario in character  and may be grown. in "rows !o,r mass.  The yellow, flowering kinds are low  in .habit &n'd low in yield.  ... In three ..��������������������������� cuttings ithe Ontario  :Variegate'd'* Was yie^died five tons of  diiy hay per acre will en. grown in  rows  thirty inches  apart.  The finest quail ity of hay, however, ami the most satisfactory  mowing has been done on areas  wihore 'the row- were twelve and  eighteen inches apart.  Use Ontario variegated alfalfa  seed-, 'sow in rows thirty inches or  less apart, cultivate and keep free  from, weeds the first sumimer.  When the plants are well established use a spring tooth 'cultivator  a'cros's Ithe *r|owis, i.in'nre'cliiatelly the  crop is off. This will remove all  grass and weed's aind* cause no Injury to the deep, strong-ro'oted,  drought-resistant alfalfa plants.  Mrs. Paradis wishes to announce  That after Itfay, 2 2nd, her dressmaking parlors will be closed for  an indefinite time. It  ���������������������������Born���������������������������At the Enderby Hospital,  May 15th, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Tomkinson, a daughter.  Born���������������������������At the Enderby Hospital,  May 1 Stih, ibo Mr. and Mjrs. Chas.  Hawkins,  a daughter.    Save the cost  of a new  hat  Our Hat Dye  will make the old ."hat  look  as  good  as new.  all colors   '  When spring denning the yard and  outbuildings,   use   Crude   Carbolic  Oor Chloi'Sde of .Lime to disinfect  and   sweeten   the   atmosphere.  A. Reeves  Druggist and Stationer.  ENDERPY  Want A4s  3c a word first insertion, 2c a word each insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charge; 10c extra  where cash doe* not accompany order.  FOR SALE���������������������������Young ,pure-bred Jersey cow. Pemberton, Mara Rd.,  Enderby. m20-2  FOUND.���������������������������A pair of nose eye-glasses  on crossing opposite Rev. J. A.  Dow's house. Owner may have  same by applying at "Walker  Press andi paying  for this ad.^_  FOR SALE���������������������������A brick cottage on Regent J5txcc^?jienr river; lot 72x290  ^eSlT"fioti1miPc(DlU=wat'er=fi*xtin,es-;=  four rooms and bath; good concrete cellar; no encumbrances;  title clear. Price, $2,000.00 cash.  Apply, Mrs. R. IT. Binch, 4427  7th W., Point Grey, B. C.    ap20-4  FOR SALE���������������������������In tons No. 1 Oats at  $S.r,.00 per ton at the Woods  Ranch.     Furnish  your own sacks.  IIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllliHlllllillllllllll'llllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllillillllllllllllllllll  QUALITY  SERVICE ������������������"> SATISFACTION  Diamond Bings  You     cannot   invest    money    more  aa'fely than .in diamonds.  Incidentally.      you      CANNOT     buy  diamonds to  better advantage  Man  you  can at this store.  ASK TO BR SIIOWX OUlt  SPECIAL.   AT  $35.00  New Goods arriving wliich as  gifts for the Bride will surely please  her.   .May  we show you? ...    .-.   ��������������������������� ���������������������������  rCflfM'55.iryt  FOR SALE���������������������������One man stunup puller  (Kirstin). Apply Pemberton,  Mara   Koad. ap2!)-2p  FOR   SALE ���������������������������  One   S-disc   orchard  harrow.     John   McKay,   Enderby.  ap29-3tp  Wc have just put in slock a carload of  Lime, Plaster, Cement  ���������������������������And can meet your every want in   this   line  at^ lowest   market  prices  LTME. $3.70 per bbl.  Hard Wall Plaster, $1.70 per sack.  Finishing Plaster, $2.45 per sack.  Cement, $1.40 per sack.  Sacks, 20c extra,  returnable at 20c each.  ���������������������������"������������������   Better Bicycles at the same price as they were 10 years ago  "Cleveland Men's and Women's, $65.00. .  Cleveland Boys' and Girls', $5000.  McClarv's  famous  pLpclcss furnace.     We  can   heat  your  home wiih lhis furnace for only $300.    Ask for catalogue.  "    Wc handle building material of all kinds:  Plumbing & Healing, Systems, -     '  ,   ,  Ranges, * Granitcware,  Hootiing, Builders'  Hardware,  Tinware, ,J ;    J   !j J      Churns, ������������������  Cream Separators,   , .   Oil Stoves.  In fact, thc best of Goods and   Service <in   the  Hardware  line.  prumbin'g' Heating Trnsiflithing  ENP������������������fi3Y, P. C.  r;  PRIDE Of CANAPA ������������������fAPJ^E  SYJiyp,  OCEAN   PJIANP   SOCKEYE SAJ^ON,   BRITISH COLUMBIA CRAB in '/2 Ah tigs,  Pejicious for sa1^  PU|MCA|N  BROS,      Enderby's Quality Store  It will pay you to  inspect the new mocjej  FOR * SERVICE-���������������������������Registered Jersey  bull, Mabel Lake road, 3 miles. H.  Aldin. ap29  XOTfCFi  In    (he    Matter    of    the    Estate    of  <������������������<K)i-f;e  Inch,  Peceased.  Notice lis hereby given that all  persons having claims against the  estate of the 'ate George Inch, wiio  died on the 2 0th day of January,  19 20, are required to send' to A." C.  Stalling, solicitor for Sarah Inch,  the administratrix of the said estate,  on or before the 26th day of May,  1920, a" full statement of - their  claims,1 and of amy securities held by  them. Cv.ly verified, ancl that after  that date ' the administratrix wil"  proceed to distribute the assets of  the deceased among the panties entitled, thereto, 'having regard only to  such claims as have been duty filed.  Dated  3rd  diay of May,  1920.  A.   C.   SKALING,  Solicitor   for   Administratrix.  ^S^^^M^kfm^m        _T ..      ..  ,   ,  COME IX AXJ> SEE TWF  V>'20 JFOJIIV CARS,   A   CARLOAD   JfAVIXG  ���������������������������"-.H78T.-lH3|flX';R13C.BrVEJP .  Here are some of the new  features of this every popular car:  One-mian Top���������������������������Double rain-vision Ventilating Windshield���������������������������Snap  Curtains in sections���������������������������Demountable Rims, spare rim and carrier���������������������������  Timken Roller-bearings in front wh els���������������������������Heavy Upholster tag!���������������������������deeper  seats���������������������������Electric Starbo:' ankl Instrument Board���������������������������Electric Headlights  from  storage battery. A.    -  PIUCE,  JJ8095.00  f.o.h.  Etiderby  RAND'S GARAGE  ENPEH3Y  forcj Pealer and Repair*.  Enjoy the Holiday at the 014  Home Town where a royal  welcome awaits you. Come!  ENDERBY  v  7>J  I  f I  " i  W


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