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 AS'  -V"\.  ,)is\  30 1920  4  unumn  ���������������������������V^drowr/.   ^  r*  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Vol. 13, No. 36, Whole No. 682  THURSDAY, OCT. 28; 1920.  Subscription, $3 a year  PLEASED  WITH  OUTLOOK  * _____  Candidate  MacKelvie  States the Outlook for His Election is Most  Favorable.  Editor MacKelvie was ln Enderby  district Monday, ^endeavoring to get  a political lineup on the /probable  outcome of the Federal bye-election  to be held' November 22nd. Mr. MacKelvie admitted it was not an easy  "matter* to do this with anything like  the accuracy of past campaigns but  he felt confident within his own mind  that the chances for his election were  most favorable. HeJ, had just travelled- over the Yale "constituency, he  said, and after meeting ,the electors  in fhe various parts of the riding he  felt most encouraged. In all sections  he was assured of the support of all  old-timers, because of his long residence ln the constituency and his  close touch with the requirements of  the district.  Regarding Vernon district, Mr.  MacKelvie stated that he was certain  to have a big majority there, lt is  not at all certain that the returned  men will sticks to Col. Edgett, and he  already had had the assurance of  many far piers tha't they, too, would  draw away from the Soldier-Farmer  candidate since the Liberals- had endorsed him.* <���������������������������    ��������������������������� | ���������������������������''-.  Mr. MacKelvie said he did not in*  tend to start his campaign speech-  making until after ������������������the meetings - to  be held by the Prime Minister, but  as soon as these meetings are over  he expects to. go Into every polling-  place and place his case before the  electors. v . .'*���������������������������   -'a  Okanagan  teachers on the way they  surmounted   their" organization   aiffi-  The speaker complimented the  culties, and had become one of the  strongest local Associations in the  province.  He said that B. G. had taken the  lead in forming a provincial federation and that now most of the provinces in the Dominion had followed  our example, although as yet, none  of the others had such a large proportion of members, i He showed  how the Federation had helped in  numberless ways to bring about reforms by being a medium through  which the teachers could communicate with the Education Department.  The latter now through the Federation, could get the voice of the  teachers as a whole, instea'd of .having to depend on getting thefldeas of  a few individuals which were always  more or less contradictory. Consequently a new sense of harmony now  prevails, education is progressing in  B. C. as never before, and the teachers are being raised to a new level  educationally, socially and financially. .      ���������������������������  Mr. Charlesworth made it clear  that the Federation's ready at "all  times to lielp either. the teachers or  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxsx  X ENDERBV NEWS X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  Good   morning.     Sugar   up,   sugar  down;  who's got the sugar.  The date of the_Provinclal election  has been announced for Dec. 1st.  Through  buying  less  we  can  now  buy more.    And the end is not yet.  Dr.  Sumner will be in Snderby on  Monday,   Tuesday    and'   Wednesday,.  road in the vicinity of Mr. Albert  Hayhurst's.  Word was received last Friday of  the death at Winterbourne, Ontario,  near Guelph, "of Mrs. Joseph Stork,  mother of W. B. Hilliard of Deep  Creek, the aged lady being in her  ?5th year.  A special meeting of the United  Farmers of B. C, Hullcar local, will  be held in the hall on Friday evening of ihis week at eight o'clock, to  consider the sending of delegates to  the- district   meeting   which   will   be  THE   ISSUE   CLEAN   CUT  All  Forces in Yale Riding Opposed to  Meighen   Administration   Line   Up  Behind  Col.  Edgett.  Nov.  1-2-3.  Enderby G. W. V. A. will celebrate, held in Vernon next Tuesday, Noveni  Armistice Day by giving a concert in  U. F. hall.  You must manufacture your own  Joy. The only real joy factory is-  within yourself..  Mrs. Warwick has moved from  Vancouver to Victoria, her address  being 1221" Oscar St.  The marriage of Miss Alice Graham to Mr. John A. Cavers took place,  at   Vernon   on   Monday,   Oct.   25th. .  A special meeting of "the Enderby  Local U. F. of B.C. will be held in  their hall at 8 p. m. this (Thursday)  evening.  James  Mellish  of  Deep  Creek  has  .  sold  his horses and other household  trustees in their Problems.   ,Agreat effectg and ,g ieavh.g ff)f Scotl'aad ln  a few days. -J  The   Rev.   J.   ft.- Gretton   will   con  duct   farewell   services   at    Mara  at  11:30 a. m. and at Grindrod ai 3 p. m.  OKANAGAN   TEACHERS'  TION.  many  teachers   have  had   their  diffl-J  culties  solved, for  them  in  this way  during  the    past    year,   particularly  rurab teachers.  - He closed   his  address  by    giving  some  very   valuable    hints'/on   the next Sunday, Oct, 31.  building up  of  character and   ideals'    A convention of Liberals is to be  in" children, and advised that    older ih������������������M  at Armstrong. Friday afternoon  children should  be taught economics,^  select  a  standard  bearer  for tb*  before leaving school, so that    they Party.lri the North Okanagan.  might  view  taxation  ln  the    proper     Auctioneer   Mat   Hassen  will    sell  CONVEN- ���������������������������Plrlt^-as   money  paid   for  valued re- at" P"������������������lic auction the household fur-  celved. Children ought to grow up niture and utensils, etc., of H. Tom-  S-A with,tbe idea "that taxation is. not an_ktn������������������������������������������������������������������������. Griwlrod. See date in next  in-  imposition; Itharit    is    community- j week's issue.    ... V        -.-.  ~~    -.. .  Mr.   and   Mrs.- Thos.     Pound     are  ber 2nd  Considerable work is being done on  the Howard-Pyatt road. ��������������������������� The new  road is' being slashed and cleared and  will be a much better grade.. Work  is also being done on the new Wolfgang road which comes out at the  Worthington Ranch, although  much  progress' is  expected  this fall.  We Would Like to'Know   ,  When ���������������������������   the    Okanagan    Telephone  Company is contemplating extending  their line up Deep Creek.  What the school children of Deep  Creek road attending the Hullcar  school will c^o \Wien the Jitney* bus  from Hullcar takes the children to  the . consolidated schoo; at Armstrong; if the government will build  a new school in Deep Creek. '  " - Why the postoffice authorities "ask  for a* report of all mail delivered and  collected the.past two w;eeks on R. R.  1 EnderbyJ With 47 boxes on this  route and eight more new ones' to be  added why it' would not be a good  -move for a tri-weekly- service, wihile  the federal politicians are hovering  around.   .    .". '--.-.  The- annual  meeting of the  Okan  ngan Teachers'. Association was held: buying   of   something  ^valuable   and J  - The present contest in the Federal  bye-election in Yale riding is unique.  It Is ' the first contest in British Columbia when all the parties opposed  to the government succeeded in lining up behind the opposition ��������������������������� candidate. This is as it should- be���������������������������a  clean cut issue. It is not so much a  question of the character of the candidates but one ot support or non-  support of the Meighen administration.   . - .;  At' the  outset of -the campaign  it  was found that in a number of locals  of the United Farmers seeds of mistrust,-suspicion   and   dissension   had  not been sown which tended to divide the  farmers.     The  same   is   true   of   the  soldiers, the object without doubt be-,  ing  to  divide  the  farmers  and   also'  the soldiers and  to' keep  them  from  getting together.    These tactics, skillfully operated, were within a  meas- -  ureable distance of success, but were  met by tactics of a higher, and more '  effective order. ' , .- ^   -"  "** - We understand 'leaders of the Labor party later took up the matter  of united action with the result that  now, though a candidate has been,,  named on their behalf, it is deemed  advisable to line up their forces to -  assist*in the common cause.  Lastly, the Liberals, in convention  last week- decided to support' Col.  Edgett. This action has consolidated  all forces under one banner in opposition to the Government candidate.'- A't... . a- . ������������������, - : '.- ^V V  iThe outcome will be watched with"-".  XXXXXX X-* X X X X X X X X  interest.    Either., the Meighen admin  MARA NOTE8  X istration ,will be endorsed or it will  *** *** XXXXWXXXX K'not,~be ^endorsed:  I.-^Cadden, who bought..the Gilletto  . ln   the   Court   House   at   Vernon   on'necessary which the individual would spending.a week or ten days in ^"',^1, at-the mouth of tffc'-rirer sqpe   ���������������������������'  Friday and Saturday, October 15 and'find   too  expensive  to   buy   for  him- oer������������������y on  the'r  return to Vancouver months ago.  has  resold  it  to Paddy!*  Friday and Saturday, October 15 and find   too  expensive  to   buy   ror  mm- *������������������**������������������*���������������������������   ���������������������������������������������*   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������=������������������   .������������������..���������������������������������������������������������������  *������������������   ������������������������������������������������������^u������������������c.   months ago.  has  resold  it  to Paddy J** * * * * * * * X** ** * * *  16.    There was a large attendance of self.   .Jf the  rising generation  could f^om the east, where they, spent sev- mrj>hy of Enderby w|w intepds  to * GRINDROP NEWS ..'*  teachers from all parts of the valley.. he  brought  to  realize    that    money, eral weeks visiting friends. ' thoroughly develop It. -   . ���������������������������     **  about 100 being present." The fact spent in taxes brings, more- returns! Mrs. &��������������������������� P- Rogers (nee Miss Mary( Mr pUson pai(J ft week-end visit  that this forward movement in edu- than money spent In any other way. Ornst) 803 Drake St��������������������������� Vancouver, was to M&ra Qn Saturdav fcQm okanagan  cation is btfng received with such in- a  great  many difficulties    would   be in   Enderby  last  week,  called  hither  by   the   illness   and    death    of    her  mother.     Mrs." Rogers   returned    .to  Vancouver on Monday. "    ���������������������������  Tfce    concert    given    in    Enderby  solved-"  The remainder of the evening ses-  terest and  enthusiasm. by the teach-  ers   and   other   educationists   of    the  district augurs weir for the future of sIon.was   taken  up   with   muslq,   re  the  Okanagan.' Ifreshments  and   dancing."   The  attdl-  The Friday afternoon meeting jence ^ag delighted with the vocal  opened with an Inspiring address seiections given by Mr. L. J. Miller,  from the retiring president, Mr. D. J. lof Pentlcton, ahd Mr. L- C. Kennedy,  Welsh of Summerland. and the re-|of Armstrong, and also with the  mainder of the afternoon was. taken j Scotch dances DV utile Miss Kath-  up mainly by the reports of officers ;,een pichards Qf Vernon  appointment of committees, and reg  istration of teachej*' for the coming  ��������������������������� year.  At the evening session," which was  open  to tbe  public,  Mayor  Fltzmaur-  ice occupied the chair, and the-large  turnout of local people w_as very  gratifying.  It was ^somewhat of a disappointment that Mr. S. J. Willis, Superintendent of Education, wlfo had Intended to address the meeting that  night, was prevented ' by unforeseen  circumstances from attending. ��������������������������� However, Dr. MacDonald, member for  North Okanagan, very kindly agreed  to take his place, and gave an address on "Educational Ideals", which  everyone there would have been  sorry to miss.  This was followed by an address  from Mr. Charlesworth, secretary of  the B. C. Federation of Teachers,  who had just-"arrived from Nelson,  where he had been 'attending the  convention of B. C. Trustees. He  pointed out the tremendous Improvements that had been made in the  running of our educational 'machinery  by the close and sympathetic cooperation of teachers, trustees, and  Education   Department.  He paid a very hlght tribute to the  trustees who, he said, were strongly  imbued wltbt the new spirit of education, and were sparing neither time  nor trouble in the discharge of their  duties. This new spirit of co-operation was evidenced__by the fact that  the trustees had .-invited Mr. Charlesworth to attend their convention, and  had allowed him to speak on every  motion that was brought up.  Saturday mornlng's_sesslon was a  very .busy one. The resolutions  committee made their report, and  several very Important resolutions re-  =gardlng���������������������������toxt-books,=etc.,==were==put  through. There was also a round  table conference headed by Mr.  Charlesworth, who seems to have the  rare gift of looking at a question  from every possible "standpoint and  seeing lt from everybody's point of  view. It Is this breadth of view  which-is going to do away with any  jarring elements which may have  existed In our educational system.  During the morning Mr. Charlesworth explained to the teachers the  new provincial salary schedule recently3 adopted by the B. C. Federation.  On the election of new officers for  the coming year,' the retiring officers  were thanked for the valuable work  they had done, and a special vote of  thanks was accorded -Mr. A. S. Matheson, of Penticton,, on whom most qf  the work' had fallen, for his untiring  energy and enthusiasm as corresponding   secretary.  The following officers were elected  for the coming year:��������������������������� President:  L. J. Miller, Penticton; first vice-  president: T. H. Calder, Vernon;  Sec-  S. A. McDonald,  secretary:  Miss Beattie, Enderby; corresponding, secretary: D.-JJ. Welsh, Summer-  land; tre'asurer: Miss McNaughton,  Kelowna; with L. C. Kennedy, Armstrong, C. . Fulton, Vernon, and Miss  Pltblado, Penticton, as members of  the   executive.���������������������������Kelowna   Courier. ,  Landing. ** -  | Major and Mrs. Fielding introduced  I a very pleasing and novel, event on  I Saturday afternoon, the occasion' be!  i Ing a gathering of children and par-  Theatre Tuesday night by the Mozart ents on Wg grounds for a serJe8 of  ladies'   quartette   was     exceptionally  fine���������������������������"the  best  ever  seen  in  Enderby," many said. , Every number was  high class and greatly appreciated.  Mr.  J.  F.  Simmons  of Vernon  has  sports. A big bonfire'was ablaze In  the yard and. after the sports tbey  all gathered around'it and the children sang. The various prizes was  distributed by Mrs. Langdon. Mr.  been   appointed   Rural   Registrar   for Rlmmer  acted   as   master    of    cere-  r  the North- Okanagan and anyone  whose name was omitted from tlie  voters' list, or who is entitled to vote  but Is not yet registered may get on  the  list  by  communicating "with-MrT  Simmons.  Major P. H. Smith,, financial agent  o" the Okanagan Telephone Co., was  in Enderby this week looking for investors in the stock of__the company.  As a result of his visit it is more  than probable "^that a telephone line  will be extended to Mabel Lake and  also one t'o cover %the Deep Creek  country. The building of those, lines  will bo undertaken as early as possible if tho people to be benefitted  are prepared to insure the business  to  pay a revenue on the outlay.  monies. Refreshments was provided  during an interval and all thoroughly  enjoyed themselves and hoped this  custom__.will_preyall_agaln_next __sum1  bnd vice-president:.  Summerland;     recording  ������������������ XX XXXXXXXXXXX  X       HULLCAR���������������������������DEEP   CREEK       X  XXX XXXX xxxxx XXX X  A dance will be held In the hall this  Friday evening under the auspices of  Hullcar Dancing Club.  Mr. and Mrs. James Duncan returned to their home after spending the  past six weeks with friends at Kelowna.  Everybody is busy these days getting up their vegetables. Mr. Dan  Martin has a small crew working in  his  10-acre potato patch.  Mr. and Mrs. .William Hayhurst  from near Lansdowne were Sunday  visitors with the former's brother,  Mr. Albert Hayhurst, Deep Creek.  * We are pleased to note that Road-  master Davidson is busy with a gang  of   men   improving   the   Deep   Creek  mer. .Major and Mrs. Fielding were  .accorded a hearty three cheers ancl  a tiger. '  The United Farmers held a special  meeting on Saturday night to consider ways and means for helping out  the"campaign for, the federal house. A  committee was formed to take up  this   matter  with ..the  executive.  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X GRANDVIEW   BENCH X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  J. Baldwin returned from the  prairie last week where he has been  harvesting.  The regular monthly meeting of  our local of U. F. of B."C. was held  in the school house last Saturday  night. The attendance was very good.  Mr. T. W. Lidstone, delegate to the  convention at Vernon- last week gave  a very good report.  Myrtle Lidstone is visiting friends  in  Salmon  Arm.  Violet Stapleton and Alan Lidstone  spent last week end in Enderby-,  Mr. A. Turner-went to Enderby on  business on Monday. .  Mr. F. Dysart was a business visitor to Enderby last Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Tomkinson and  Miss Woods visited Deep Creek last  Sunday.  Clifford Lidslone returned home  from the Centre last week.  * * * * XX X X X X X X X X  Mr. Jurlery of. the C X L was in  Grindrod  on   business   on. Monday. -  Mr. A. R.. Price- of Hupel was in  Grindrod. for a short time on Mon-.  day. ���������������������������'-..'  Mr.' Thorn and Mr. Jones of Moose  Jaw were in Grindrod- on business  last week.  .Mrs.  Robinson" arid  family  ot Lad:  ner are visiting Mrs. W. Tomkinson-  for a short time. "  * Mr. B- Anderson who has been  working on the prairie for sometime  returned to his home last week.  The   two   Saturday    night,   dances  held   here   have   proved   to   be   most  enjoyable.^^A^smalUcrowd^but^a^fine^  time.  Miss E. Peacock and mother returned home from Moose Jaw where  they have been staying for the past  few months.  In spite of -the' heavy rains of. the  past jnonth the fanners have succeeded in getting some of their crops  in and are' not as bad off as they  thought. /  Mr.   McAustland   and   family   came  ln from Penticton this week to make  their ihome here.. It will be remem-*  bered   that   Mr.   McAustland   bought  the Tomkinson  property here.  Mrs. W. D. George who has been  visiting relatives ln England for a  year or more returned to Grindrod  last week. Her many friends are  very  glad  to  see  her  home  again.  HOG  CHOLERA  AT  LARKIN.  An outbreak of the dreaded hog  cholera occurred at Larkin last week.  The Provincial Inspector,* who happened to be In Vernon, was., called  Vid on his instructions, all the av-  fected animals were slaughtered and  the carcasses burned. Mr. R. R.  Buchanan lost 31 head and Mr. Ross  lost "8. So far no other outbreak has  been reported and it is hoped that the  prompt means taken will prevent any  further spread of the disease.  m OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1920.  #feauagan Cmnmoner  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker'.. Weekly  Published  every  Thur.sd.iy at Enderby.  B. C.  by the Walker  Press,  at  S3 per year; S1.50 ������������������ix months.  H. M.  WALKER .  (Member  of the  United  Typothetae of  America)  Advertising Rates  Contract or Regular���������������������������4 0c a single-column inch up to  half page; over half-page, 30c an inch each insertion.  Transient or irregular���������������������������5 0c an incrh; cash to accom-  pan-v copv to insure publication..  Wanit Ads���������������������������20c per line first insertion, 10c per line  each subsequent insertion. Count 0 words to line.  Local Notices���������������������������20c per line;   Local readers,  10c line.  Cards of Thanks, $1.00.  Legal Notices���������������������������15c per line 1st insertion; 10c per  line each subsequent insertion.  -Water Notices���������������������������150 words and under, $10s00; each  additional GO words, $1.00. ' band Notices, Tton'ber Licenses, Certificates of Improvement, $10.00 for CO days,  $7 for 30 days.  THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1920.  A Sane Vote.  wiih mc / fee now oi noozc, crime us mcvi  accompaniment will mount jails and penit  arics fill and tliis will, as in Saskatchewan's  Late returns show that approximately 125,189  votes were polled in British Columbia in thc recent Prohibition plebiscite. Of these 75,964  were for Moderation and 49.225 for Prohibition,  giving a  net Moderation majority of 26,739.  Leaders on hoth sides were hoping for a decisive result. Thcy got it. It was a great surprise lo Prohibitionists and the churches. The  churches, wilh scarcely an exception, took a  stand for Prohibition. That thc vote went 27,000  thc olher way is significant. It docs not. however, indicate"what a P. P. A. advertisement hy-  s t e r fca 11 y a n n o u n ces:  "Booze wins. Arc wc down-hearted? No!  Thc P. P. A. will go straight along with its work.  It's victory is not lost���������������������������only delayed. "Bone  Dry" for B. C, through thc people's ballot, is as  sure as tomorrow's "sunrise. Why? Because  willi flic free flow of booze, crime it's inevitable  itenti-  7s case  bc followed by public revulsion;-and then the lost  the long lost clean-up! But meantime there is a  grim harvest of shame and sorrow for John Barleycorn to reap."  It is just such peddlers of hysteria as the above  that the people of British Columbia are afraid  of���������������������������more afraid of than of liquor in moderation.  Il wasn't lhal ^the people of Brilish Columbia  want thc old liquor- laws back lhat thcy voted  so overwhelmingly for moderation... Nor will wc  sec anvlhing like the conditions depicted by the  P. P. A. advertisement. Thc vote was. for a rc-  i"urn to sanity in our legislation not for a return  of thc old booze days. It was distinctly against  giving a free hand to extremists of the P. p.'A.  typo.  * Those wiio looked upon thc women as certain  to vole for Prohibition were badly disappointed.  The result of thc plebiscite indicates that tbe  women intend to use their franchise just as sanc-  lv and as intelligently as the menfolk and are  net going to bc-sUimp'edcd by extremists, though  Ihrough custom thcy may give them a more sym-  ���������������������������ui'belie liearing' than Ihe male side of the household.  Isort will be made from  the board within   the  next twenty-four hours. ' _  The report is lhat the Premier has personally  made a move in thc direction indicated. This  would be evidence of thc annoyance which he  undoubtedly felt over the recent action oi the  board on the sugar matter in his absence irom  thc city. ,,1  Thc Premier was onc of those who had considerable faith J n thc ellieicncy of thc board in  its original formation as a means of dealing with  thc high cost of living and profiteering, ahd had  hopes.until recently that it might still be made  useful to that end.  Thc Premier's disappointment in the Board  is shared by thc people. If the report is true thai  lhcir resignations have been asked for, lhe people of fiic Dominion will not mourn. Unless  we mistake the sounds, the resignation ot the  members of the Board" of- Commerce, and, in  fact, the resignation of the members of numerous other boards and commissions, would be  greeted with jov by Canadians.  " Justlv or unjustly the feeling prevails that wc  havc had altogether too much government by  boards and commissions and not enough by  the men elected to do thc governing.  If the action of Premier Meighen in cancelling  the sugar order of the Board of Commerce is  indicative of the policy hc intends to carry out  while he is Premier he will soon find the people  arc back of him. But unless he lakes this stand,  and without equivocation and folderol, declares  againsl the prevailing policy of- the powerful  group behind the government at Ottawa ol protecting thc big interests by dipping into thc  pockets of thc people in order to assist sugar  speculators and lhc like to pay their gambling  dobls, then Mr. Meighen sooner or later musl  himself gic way to another more in sympathy  wfth thc "electors.    -  Prevent Exploitation.  Can Premier Meighen stem the tide of criticism and doubt thnTprcvails in thc minds of the  people of Yale constituency against the Ottawa  government, and turn a losing contest into one  of  victorv for Edilor MacKelvie?  This is "a vital question.   Il is not fair lo ignore  it.  ���������������������������Reeen t=hnppenings~=ii I���������������������������Ot tawa=J)uoughU-ouL  more forciblv lhan ever before what is stated by  lhe Christum" Guardian in lhc following editorial:  "From onc end of lhc country to thc other,  there is universal suspicion lhat thc public is  being robbed to make a small group rich. And  lhere is a conviction profound and deep, that  our government has done little or nothing to  protect lhe people whom, it is supposed to-  represent. ,  '���������������������������"Whether this conviction ;is correct: or not.  we are nol in a position lo say. bul lhat it exists  is certain, and to it Bolshevism makes ils strongest appeal. And one of thc surest ways of disarming Bolshevism would be I'or the government to insist thai robbing of the public shall  forthwith eeaso. Canadians arc not unwilling  to be taxed, and taxed heavily, to pay 'thciir  honest debts; hut they arc not willing to bc taxed on food and clothing, on lumber and paper,  and evervlhing else, to enable a few men to  amass speedy fortunes. Thc speediest and surest wav of dealing with Bolshevism is by show-  in^ our" people ..that wc arcoin earnest, in our  determination -to-pi event their exploitation by  men  who  aim   to  grow   rich  suddenly."        ...  Thc people of the West arc sick ot hearing  emptv platitudes from our leaders, lhcy want  lo know from Premier Meighen wherc he stands,  and intends to stand, and lhis without any .quibbling or sidestepping.  A Hint That Should Be Taken.  England in Throes of Strike.  Oflicial announcement has been made by the  Board of Trade of England that-a])prox,matcly  1,100,000 miners arc now idle, and that JOIMHJU  steel workers have been discharged. Nearly 2o0,-  000 former.service men arc on thc books as receiving "unemployment donations." Dockers to  the number of 50*000 arc out of work, and it is  predicted that if the coal strike lasts another,  Week, a million morc men in. industries relying  on the. production of coal will be out. oi work.  Downing street characterizes this a* creeping  paralysis, which will ultimately affect the entire  industrial structure of the nation."        ^ %  Onc of thc serious features of the mining situation is lhc cessation of the export of coal, which  a Board of Trade official describes as the life-  blood of Knglaud." .  Ti thc face of these figures the railway men  and transport workers have determined to quit  work unless the government, is prepared to ic-  opciV negotiations with the miners. Negotiations  which are expected to lead to a settlement are  now in progress.  premier tyeighen's Itinerary,.  A revised itinerary of Premier Mean's west-  cm tour was issued last weelc. The <l������������������J?s in ,?"  cases have bcen moved back a wecR as romU  original schedule issued some da>;s ago. Mic  new schedule is as follows: Winnipeg, October  95 Moose Jaw, October 26; Vancouver, October  99- Victoria, October 30; Chilliwack. November  T Gran 1 Forks, November 2; Penticton, November 3; Kelowna, (Thursday af- crooon), ���������������������������������������������������������������":  hcr 4: Vernon,.Thursday evening,,November 4,  K-uuoops   N ven ber 5? Calgary. November 9;  her 11;  Saskatoon. November t2;  Jtcgina, ao  vernier   15;   Brandon,  November  16;   Dauphin,  November 17; Holland, Manitoba   Nojjjnibcr 18  The Vernon meeting will be held in the_ ciulin,.  Vl'C *PS|DM3i  ere assertion is no proof,  Do not merely say  fljwb you WOULDN'T live  P elsewhere j  rove it day by clay ! r~  id, not by mait j  i! ^"TLet t/ou,r friends alt know  ji   lbat"t^e^oods xney so admire,  On HOME BUSHES grow!  BUY WHERE|  you live  ESTABLISHED 1872  TSrW  s������������������M\*  m  W>i*  It ���������������������������' 'a  Hill,  fiiiTi  Mil  WINNIPEG^  OFFICE  THE DOMINION GOVERN-  ment is making special efforts  this year to stimulate .agriculture throughout Canada. The  Bank of Hamilton will do  cveryhing possible to help the  Government by its favorable at"  titudc towards all legitimate requirements.  BANK OF HAMILTON  JXO. SMART, Local Manager J5NUERBY, B. C.  Now is the time to get  that Overland 4  A reduction of $140 has been 'made on the,Willy Overland Pour. This  will be the price until- July 1st next.     :���������������������������.."*.  We have a few cars now on hand, and tbe*e we will sell at the old  price less $140. The difference in buying one of these cars and a car to  come in later is^the sum of $35 In fa vor of ffxe customer. The $35^ repre-.  sents the difference in the freight.   , '������������������������������������������������������    " .' -  You should see the Canadian-made Overlap Jn. action; understand its  exceptional riding qualities, its stamina an������������������J. ft* gasoline economy���������������������������the  car that made an ocean-to-ocen trip on 3.2.6 miles, to the gallon, that won  the Scottish fuel-saving contest, that is getting Canadian owners up to 35  miles per gallon. .  Call and allow us to demonstrate.  "��������������������������� Sil  a    **!  j������������������������������������. McMMwn & Sow      Emfafty  N  Th^  vcrnon iiiccuhj; mu .������������������*- ..v���������������������������.. -.^ - _    . --  Hnk and it is expected lhal a spccittMrnin wiH  be run Irom Sicamous to ^commodate he  erowds from the northern end ot the district  who will desire to hear Canada's new premier.  Pinea  J am  Have you ever tried it?.   BetterWe a tin with your next order; it's  sure GREAT!  We sell" McLaren's Jelly Powders���������������������������made  from  pure  fruit juices.    We  think-them=the=best=.on^the^market-__ . -���������������������������  ---,     Pvmcaa pros.  QUAUTYSTQEP  PNPEFSY, ������������������.c.  T M. Fruscrj Ottawa 'correspondent ol lhe  Vancouver Province, is. authority ror lhc statement that the members of the Board ot Commerce have been asked for their resignations.  While lhe Board will not confirm this, they intimate lhat an interesting announcement pi some  There Will tfe No Panic.  Today there is a heller understanding between  factory3 managers, bankers and busing men.  There is a higher morale among business, incit  '���������������������������" *!, sher ii.le_.-Ly in .loin, l>~>)(^1 ���������������������������  inviler regard for Iruthl illness and honcsi>.  gushes men.believe in one another, more than  ^Bulin^mcn believe today lhat by orgiuja-  lion and organized efforts eve,, among llie ii*>wn  competitors  thcy can produce wonders toi   the  g������������������I������������������ItJe tS"h? mindl of'the average business  r.-in  today is so schooled by ���������������������������-���������������������������������������������^fc������������������  thc past lhal he is equal to the most unusual ar  cumstanccs which may come i��������������������������� the iu ti re.    i o  mv belief this has never hccn true in  Uie past  So, 1 cannot sec by ���������������������������V P���������������������������^-������������������ ^g^t  how business will be precipitated into xin c. 1he  sions -ire lhat it will got down to a normal basis.  WttASd the way to stabilize burin* and avend  even the si������������������ms of a panic is lor all ol us to cio  more workper hour and really svork more hours  per day. Economize time. Make each horn  ?oiinl. We must all try to make one pair ot  hands do the work that formerly required two  nairs It can hc done if hands and bran and  hairt work together. - Wm. H. Rankin, in  Forbes Magazine.  A na me that stands for tlie best in hotel service  King E4war4 Hotel    IJ&JS1****     Pwfcrby  AWell-������������������tocke4  Pantry  depends for its character upon the  sort of groceries it contain. Poor  sort of Groceries it contains. Good  things are eaten as wanted and earn  their keep. The latter are. the kind  of groceries we keep. So much above  the common are they that we would  be justified in charging above the  common price���������������������������but we don't. ^  Teece & Son     Phone 48    Flour, Feed & Groceries  $3 pays for the Commoner.  You get the home news in the home# paper.   Keep in  touch with the doings of town and district  one  year 4*  THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1920.  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  CAN    WE   CONDEMN   THEM?  (Communicated.)  '    ���������������������������     -"**'  Last year eight members of the  Chicago White Sox for a few thousand dollars threw away the world's  championship and robbed the other  members of the team of a chance to  share the winners' receipts instead  * ot" tho losers' end. "_.        <-  They were found out. Can we condemn them? Do we play fair? It  may be. wo are not doing so.  " No matter what your_. profession  you may be crooked. The school pupil who does not do his best work is  holding back his class. In other  words he is throwing away his team's  chances   of   winning.  The parent who helps the child' unnecessarily with homework set by  the teacher is fooling (?) the teacher  into thinking the. child is doing well.  The examinations (tne crucial game)  comes and the game is lost. Crooked?  Yes.    Deliberately thrown away. -  . The teacher .who.- punishes a pupil  who is "backward or who makes "a  mistake drives the child to cheating.  Tlie teacher promotes pupils .who are  unfit for the big series. They have  been corrupted and in a big test  throws away their  chances.  The ballplayer who 'makes beautiful hits to. the outfield into the fielder's hands when a safe hit means the  winning' run is throwing away -the  game. The player who gives up trying is crooked.  Joe. Jackson, one of the White Sox  guilty players said, "We tried our  - -hardest to throw away, the third,  game too, but little. Dick Kerr kept  on trying and won, singlehanded.f Wo  couldn't beat Dick.". Kerr playe4  fair and-square. With seven players  trying to throw away his game, .he  put into *the game his-very best and  won. Many another would have- lost  courage ^and lost. Had Kerr been a  'grandstand player, one to All up-the  bases, then to try to fan, he might  . have lost. -He gave his team a, square  deal and played safe. Unless we are,  like Dick Kerr, giving our- best, we  cannot. condemn  his ��������������������������� mates. , -���������������������������>..   -  The Public to Decide."  The Agricultural Journal, issued by the Provincial Department of Agriculture at public expense, has issued the' statement that numbers of  protests from the B. C. Press Association, the  Retail Merchants' Association, and individuals,  have becn received by" the Premier and Minister  of Agriculture, calling for the suppression of  that publication, and its-readers are asked to express lhcir opinions on thc matter. Thc editor  says: "If the publication.is not giving full value  for the money expended, it should go out. of existence." This is, of course, indisputable, and, in  the case of a privately owned. paper, would operate automatically. But there e.ie other considerations, equally important, to bc taken into account in this particular case. Onc is thc fact  that a journal issued by the government ahd  charging a subscription fee, is an anomaly, and  constitutes an item of unfair competition against  publications which have lo--stand or fall on their  own merits.' This consideration alone justifies  thc protest of thc Press Association. But to my  mind, by far the worstjeature in. this matter has.  been the extraordinary ahd virulent discrimina-.  tion against thc existing channels of trade which  has characterized the editorial policy of the Journal. It was not mercly the preaching of cooperation���������������������������that was, and is. perfectly legitimate  ���������������������������it was thc bitter, and unjustified criticism of  retailers and their associations, which aroused  thc resentment of the. general public. Sucii an  attitude in a journal issued by a people's government was little short of an outrage, and "it is not  surprising that an apology was a I length made  in the editorial columns.���������������������������Summerland Review.  Cold Pacts;    /  Answers His Critics.  Hon. C. C. Ballantyne, minister of marine and  fisheries aand minister of naval affairs, when  his attention was drawn to a statement made by  Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, in the course of a  speech at Nelson, B. C, that Mr. Ballantyne was  in thc sugar ring, stated that, like most of the  statements of the Liberal leader, this was quite  incorrect and gave out the following statement  in reply:  "I ceased to bc even a.stockholder in thc St.  Lawrence Sugar Refining Company early in thc  vear, when I sold out thc small holdings I then  held.  "I was a business man when I became a member of the Union government and a director of  several companies,' and I am still so, although  my public, duties prevent me from ��������������������������� attending  their'meetings or taking any active, part in their  management.  "I have no apologies to offer Mr. Mackenzie  King for mv business connections, which I hope  to resume again some day when my public duties are ovcr.'> ' -  Wonderful, Wonderful.   =  )fr*rtfry|  "The Canadian public could not bear it any  longer and when the ruling was made that they  should pay 22c a' pound for sugar,, when in the  open market sugar was selling at 15c a pound,  thc spirit of rebellion Was manifest in thc face  of which the government and the sugar barons  weakened. ._."*_"__    _  We arc now told that the Hon. Mr. Ballantyne,  a member of thc Dominion cabinet, was until  recently a director of the biggest sugar corporation iri Canada: Other members of the .Dominion cabinet are said to bc interested similarly in  keeping up the prices of commodities.. Premier  Meighen says that farmers.who arc seeking to  take a hand in the government of the.country  arc Bolsheviks and I. W. W.'s. The sugar, profiteers aond their ilk may not be Bolsheviks  themselves, but thcy arc.surely arousing m the  hearts of the people a spirit of unrest bordering  upon rejicjjiou, all of which is not .good :for the  pominion or for the polish Empire.���������������������������Farm and  Ifoiiic;:  '    '7  " "s . '-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������  David Jtrokcr, a Russian farmer near Hague,  Sask;, has imported a pure hred .Karakul ram  and will experiment in thc cultivation ol lhe animal for the production of astrakhan or Persian  lamb. The importation was made Irom Mexico  nnd the animal cosl $300.  put in your or4,er for anything you want in this line  gfo. ff. sjlwp '-_  Wholesale ana  tfetail  Putter  Emlerhy. P. C.  W. A. JUJSSPW-  CONTRACTOR  &   BUJLPEH  H^ouse=buiiding^and_^bara^f_p������������������Wi������������������f_.  Phone 82 amd get a pric������������������ on your  requiiremeMs. Building waUnJaU  below market ipr.ice. "  Concrete mixer to rent; *lto floor  scraper and poMsher.    ^^^^^^^^  Farm and Home Tells of two Fraser Valley  farmers, l who, afler looking at, the .price ot  woollen suits and mutton chops last year, decided it would be profitable to get into, thc sheep  business. So each bought a flock, paying $10  a head.: The olher day onc farmer shipped his,  sheep to New Westminster and got $3.00 a head,  llie other tried to sell his at a public sale and  couldn't:get a bid. Bolh have a���������������������������crop of wool for  which.they cannot find a market. Yet woollen  suits still.sell at froni $60 io $80 and mutton  chops at 45 cents a pound.;     ���������������������������  Among thc passsengers on the C.F^O.S. "Mcta-  gama?' which arrived at Montreal during the  week, were 124 English girls for domestic service and other work in thc Dominion. The majority of them saw service in France in W.A.A.  C.: W.R.N.S. and other women's military organizations. Some .were experienced chaffeuscs with  several years' driving experience in England and  France. _______ -  The city of Edmonton, Alberta, has buildings  going up-this year to, the extent of$2,300,000 including several warehouses, and. about ^50 houses.  Calgary.is erecting some warehouses and has. a  housq, program,while Lethtbridge also is to have  a busy building season. ' ;     " ';     \ \'  The total value of J\|aniioba'si9i9-20'wheat  crop "is estimated-! t $118,850,400.; %ast .year the  province Jiad 2#13,000 acres sown,to wheat* and  the lalestrreturns given show an average yield'of  47* hushels to the acre. .    ...    .     ' -.  A real case of hard luck: For a shoplifter to  find himself in a piano, store when the lights go  out- V  THE SEA   MUSSEL  INDUSTRY  A novel industry which promises  rapid expansion and great populari'y  is no less than the development 0l a  substitute for tlie suc.^.ili-r.t but"  somewhat costl} oyster. Tliis is tbe  sea musr-M. found in vast quantities along the low tide mask of the  Atlantic coast, chiefly in Npw^Rruns-  wick. Thp Dominion .Government.  with the co-operation or scientists.  has conducted experiments to this  end in Western University laboratories and it is now claimed that  mussels can be produced commercially and sold profitably at 15 cents  per quart, as compared w'th the $1.00  per quart around^which oyster prices  hover. _, ���������������������������  The mussel Is by no means a new  article of diet to the people of Canada, and besides being used extensively in coast towns has found its  way to the tables of inland cities in  Central Canada. Its delicacy of-  flavor and high food value-have been  much advertised since the establishment- of . government " investigation  and experiment, and deserve to be  much better known. There is yet  much to be done in fhe line of research to ascertain conditions under  which production would be most-  rapid and profitable, and to this  end the Council ot Industrial ������������������������������������������������������ and'  Scientific Research is devoting its efforts.  , A survey of the mussel beds of the  St. Croix    River, which * constitutes  the boundary    between  New -Brunswick and Maine, has occupied the.attention .of a scientist of the councit  tor three years now.  and' it  is  expected that this summer,will see the  Satisfactory  conclusion  'of    the   re-.  Search.     It is believed that the beds  Af mussels are practically unlimited. .  and  the work   occupying, those en-.  (aged is merely the best  conditions  of ' development. :    It has   also been '-  determined    that    mussels    become  tweeter and more palatable the farther north   tbey are   found, and  in  this- regard. "Canada   lias " a   distinct,  Advantage over  the mussel  the south of the Dominion.  Of. the-Hudson's Bay  make  na.rticu-   _i  larly excellent eating. "  The sea mussel cannot be produc- '���������������������������"*-  e4 in-fresh waters so that .there it'.  fto possibility   of: developing an eta- ,  ���������������������������iustry'ln the Great   Lakes..     It is  believed that there are possibilities^  however, for- "the"" development    of"  iresh-water'clams.there and the Do---."  minion .Government at the instigation '  it th# Ontario Fishermen's Association la conducting a series"of experi-.   .  5ents which will, probably "result-til'-  treating jfrTelogaaents^.  bed3 to.  Those  A. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A.f,*A,M������������������  ?Enderby f.od������������������������������������ h������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������  Regular moron*; Srtt  'hurmUy on or sfter t*e  ull moon ftt8p.tn. in M������������������-  *on.c Hull. _,, ��������������������������� VWttoa  brethren cordially lnvK������������������d  c. n. beevss  g������������������pr������������������tarr  ENDERBY   U)PGE  No. 85, K. of P-  Meats 1st A 3rd Monday ������������������rt  In Masonic Hall.   Vwttorncor-  dially invited to attend.  E. G. GRAY. C C  H  M. WALKEft. K- K. S  R. J. COLTART. ���������������������������������������������?.  EUREKA LODGE NO 50  J. 6. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday 'evening it I  w ^ OTSSEl.t. H.O^ D  K. GL*NH.V.O.  yf. is, "������������������!*' ^ TEECE. See.  A c. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  :      Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  Brow*r������������������f������������������V  Genuine B-P White 1**4  IT FOSSESSEP UNUSUAL QUAJ-JTY  ���������������������������THAT'S WHY JT HAS SimVJVSP  AS far back as 1729 this was the standard white  /\ lead in England���������������������������and when Canada was  4 > colonized by Englishmen,-they brought  with'them this favorite brand. And we, their  descendants, have been using it, in preference to  all other kinds, ever since. Jt is made today by  that same paint house which obtained the formula from the descendants-of that Brandram who  first discovered the process. The process is the  same as that used in the 18th century���������������������������and it is  interesting to note that this ������������������ the only-patented  process of white lead manufacture that dates back  to so early a period. VV    'VV;,  It is unrivalled for covering-capacity and durability���������������������������the finest, whitest pigment you can use,  either for white paint or as a white base for tinted  paints. This is the white lead, used in B-H  ^English" Paint and other B-H products.  FULTON HARPWAHe CO.  JPNPEBBY, B. C.  PPANDPAM^pNDEffSON  MEDICINE  HAT  .    JO THIS STORP  Fall   and   Winter    Gftods   arriving  daily.       .'���������������������������-'..,:.  .  Men's   and   Boys'   Mackinaw   Coats  and  Jumpers.    Cars's  Pants,  in  grey'  and black.  Largest range of Men's and Boys'  Sweater Coats, Jerseys,, ^tc^ ever  "Showrri'ir'Enderby ! -""'  Stanfield's Penman's and Watson's  Underwear in two-piece and combinations.  Pncjerby Supply Co.  CITY OF ENDERBY  NOTICE is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal  Elections Act, Householders and License Holders desiring to have their  names placed on the Voters' List for  the year 1921,.are required to make  a statutory dcclaration^of qualification, which declaration must be delivered to the clerk of the municipality within two days after it is made,  and   not   later   than   5   (five)   o'clock  in  the afternoon  of the  31st  dav  of,  October, 1920.  Form of declaration can be .obtained  at the  City  Hall.  GRAHAM   ROSOMAN,   City  Clerk  NbfltfE  1 have" sold my stock and business  at Grindrod tb Messrs. McCoshland  & Spence,- and will not be responsible for any debts contracted in the  name of the business after this date.  H.   TOMKINSON.  Grindrod, Oct. 1.'1920.  Notary Public  Insurance and General Agent  JAS. DICKSON  Bell Block Enderby  ������������������> <=>������������������  OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1920.  it 5< V. 5? SC SC X SC SS X X x ^ s; 5? X X  SC CQUI.CH   SERVICES 5?  MKTHOIHST CHURCH  ��������������������������� Pastor, Capt. Rev; J.  G. Gibson.  Pastor,  Capt. Rev..J. G. Gibson  Sunday   School   at   2:30   p.   m..   Bible  Class  in  conjunction  with  the  Sun-!  day  School. ..       '    .     |  Sunday Evening Divine Service���������������������������Sub,  joct:  "Destiny."    At the close Holy]  Communion   will   be   administered.   \  IS   THE   BOARD   THE   GOAT?  ST. ANDREWS CHURCH     ������������������.  Minister, Rev. John W. Stott, B.A.  .Morning at 11-- "Not"' Servants but  Friends." Children's sermonette:  "Hallowe'en." Thc sacrament of the  Lord's Supper will be celebrated at'  the  morning  service.  Evening at 7:30���������������������������"The Purification-of  . Love."  Sunday School at 10 a. m.  Hullcar at 3 p. m. __^  SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC 5?  y .COMING    EVENTS SC  SS All ads under this head, 15c line SS  SS SC SC SC X X X X X X ss ss ss ss ss ss  Coming, Nov. 25th, return of Miss  Nickawa.     Further   particulars   later.  SS SC SC SC S< SS SS X SI SC XX sc X X X X  SS CARD  OF  THANKS X  SS $1.00,   Minimum   Charge SS  ss ss x x x x x sc x sc x x x x x s;  'Mr. - Ornst ancl family desire to  thank their many friends for their  expressions of sympathy in their re-  cent  bereavement.   ENDERBY     OPERA     HOUSE  SATURDAY,   OCT.   30  "Smiles"   .  15c 35c  Want Ads  3c a word first insertion, 2c ���������������������������a word each insar-  tion thereafter: 25c minimum charfro; ICc extra  where,cash does not accompany order. r    ,  FOUND���������������������������-One 3 1-2x30 tire and tube;  on   Mabel  Lake' road.     Owner  may  ���������������������������* have same by proving property and  paying for this ad. Apply, Commoner  office. " o28  SHAKES    FOR   SALE���������������������������Apply   Harry  Worth.- Trinity Valley.LumbyJ' o!4-3  FOR   SALE���������������������������Young   pigs,*?six   weeks  old;    also    Purebred    Duroe   Jersey  boar.  (14 months old.)  M A Dangel,  ~.   Grindrod, B C o21-2c  When we hear so much about the  unholiness of the unholy sugar  board, we are inclined to wonder  what prompted it to pass that sugar  order which Premier Meighen was  so quick to suspend. Perhaps rif we  reread the Ottawa report sent out a  day or two before the unholy order  was issued we may have a clearer  idea of the board's unholiness. Here  is an Ottawa dispatch published before the order was issued and* therefore before the voice of the people  was   heard   in   the   hills:  "Ottawa, Oct. 13.���������������������������After giving the  sugar situation serious consideration  for some days and,.making it the subject of a meeting of council, the government has handed the matter over  to the Board of Commerce with which  the representatives of the refineries  were in , conference Tuesday afternoon. _ _'"'  . "it is now believed that an order  will be issued from the board today  dealing with the situation in a manner most satisfactory to the refiners.  The belief Is that an order will be Issued prohibiting . wholesalers - from  inlying sugar from any source but the  refiners. The reason given being that  it is deemed in the public interest to  take   such   action.  "Tlie prohibition will probably run  until the end of the year. The effect  of "this is substantially an embargo  on imports. It is understood that  Mr. W. F. O'Connor lias. tieen in the  United States in consultation ��������������������������� with  the refining interests and the infer"  ence would seem to be that an arrangement mutually satisfactory to  Canadian and American refiners, has  been reached. The board will hear  objections to the order, if "such should  be forthcoming, as it is extremely  likely there will be."    ,  The whole trouble seems fro be  that the government passed the  "buck" to the Board or Commerce  and that the board passed the sugar  order first ancl heard the objections  of.the people afterwards. It is quite  natural for the Government to desire  to hear nothing more about- the sugar  order. But it is top deliciously sweet  to  be  forgotten.  FOR ~ EXCHANGE���������������������������Alberta improved  farms. "We. ' trade everything."  Wittichen's   Limited,   Calgary.   oTtf  FOR SALE���������������������������Bicycle, in good condition. Also a few garden tools and  garden hose. Apply Rev. J. R.  Gretton. .        . 028  FOR SALE ��������������������������� Fine yearling heifer;  grade; milking Shorthorn; $45  cash.    E.  M. Robson,   Enderby. OTtf  WANTED  edy lies Jin education, plus government control���������������������������-not in Prohibition.  ��������������������������� "The Prohibitionists are working  for Prohibition, not temperance, and  I-fail to see the justice-of penalizing  the large number of * moderate users-*  of liquor for the sins of the few immoderate users. As well fine all drivers of motor cars because one driver  is careless. Prohibition is an offence  against British liberty and British  fair play." .'..*..  SUGAR    ORDER    DEAD  A   REAL   MOTHER'S   VIEW.  Tenders for supplying and delivering in our yard 500 cords, or any part  thereof, green fir wood, between now  and March 1st, 1921. Tenders to be  'in  hv  Nov.  13th.  ENDERBY   BRICK  CO.,  A.  Fulton.  Mgr.  Watch for  of 4ate of oiir  November  One Cent Saje  When the campaign was on a Mrs.  A. A. Biddle, of Point Grey, in a  communication in the Vancouver  Province, handled the subject so well  that we are taking the liberty of  placing her communication before  our readers. She gives voice to the  feelings of- every temperate mother.  . "If there is" one thing more than  another in the campaign of Prohibitionists that gives me "genuine amuse-  ���������������������������**  ment. it is their assumption that women will vote solidly for Prohibition.  Their appeals to sentiment ancl emotion are evidently calculated'to win  us over; they seem to think us menially incapable of appreciating and  understanding the logical and economic reasons for government control  as clearly set forth by the Modera-  ^tioii-J^eague.^ ���������������������������  -  In the sugar hearing at Ottawa last  week Huntley R. Drummond, president of the" Canada Sugar Refining  Company, had presented the refiners'  case. "As "it is now stated,'' he concluded, "that there would not be a  warrant in law for the action of the  Board of Commerce, we do not press  for the order to bc continued, but  leave our claim for redress in the  hands of the people and the Government of Canada with complete confidence that justice will be done."  "I don't quite understand your position," here remarked the Prime  Minister. "As I understand it, you  don't press for the order of the Board  of Commerce to be continued, but  leave your claims to be redressed.. Do  1 understand that you don't take issue with the government's position  that the Board of Commerce order  was ultra vires of the board and also  contrary to  its authority?"  Mr. Drummond replied: "We don't  take "issue with the government's position that the order of the board  was without warrant in law."  "Under these circumstances," the  Prime Minister rejoined, "the suspension will have to be made permanent,  because on that ground alone the  suspension would be justified and I  think *we may consider the hearing  closed."  Will' Hold Sugar Price Up.  - T. M. Fraser, wiring to the Vancouver Province from Ottawa, says:  "With the, sudden collapse of the  sugar., hearing interest now turns on  the possible aftermath of the incident. The natural expectation is that  the market wilfbe flooded with cheap  sugar, but,some wholesalers are not  so sure that there will be any immediate spectacular drop. It" will be  some time before there is any material increase of supplies from the  United States; as., by far the largest  stock of sugar there is still firmly  held by the American Sugar Refining  Company, which is making no concessions on price to its customers, "on  old business." allhough it is granting  them more  extended  credits.  BAKINGTPOWDER  2S22J   8m*L ^i~&ilW7&������������������  Magic  BAKING  ONTARIO     "COMING     BACK."  An attempt is being made by the  Ontario (Farmer's) Government to  secure 50,000 farmers and farm .hands  for the province within the next- year  and offices for this, purpose will be  established in Norway, Sweden, Holland and Denmark, as weU as in the  British Isles. Danish emigrants have  been found to be especially expert in  stock raising and an especial effort  will be made to secure large numbers  of Danes. The Minister of Agriculture for. the province leaves for England shortly where he will look into  plans for "erecting four big cold. storage warehouses at different points in  the British Isles, to handle Ontario  fruits  and  vegetables.  When  old Adam  ran the universe,  Before the famous  fall,  Ho was a power in  politics,  Till3 woman spoiled  it all.  Mr. A. Tulton has taken over the  Enderby Brick Yard and is preparing  to operate the plant at full capacity  next year.  ANTOMATIC   GRAIN   STOOKER.  An automatic grain stooker, patented In Canada and the United States,  has boon invented by a Raymond  farmer and is being tried out. The  stooker is attached to the binder and  inany who have examined it believe  it may revolutionize harvest work,  and believe it will prove a success.  The machine is of a very simple design necessitating no addition - to  horse traction power.  LAND   REGISTRY   ACT  To all whom it may concern re part  Block 14 Subdivision part Lot 237,  Map 423,   Enderby.  Whereas proof of loss of certificate  of title' No. 2220"7A issued to Alex.  Campbell and covering tho above  land  lias   been   filed   in   this  oflice.  Notice is hereby given that at the  expiration of one' month from the first  publication hereof, I shall issue a duplicate of the said certificate of title  unless in the meantime valid objection thereto be made to me,in writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Oflice.  Kamloops; B. C~ this 12th day of  October, A. D. 1920.  IT. V.  CRAIG.  028-5- District'Registrar.  LOCAL    REFERENDUM    ANALYZED  A. Reeves  Druggist und Slulioncr.  KNDERBY  New Fiction Library  You can now read all the best fiction obtainable at the reasonable  price of .50c per month.  Our library consists of two hundred firct-class novels costing from  $1.25 to $2.25 each. More are to be  added from time to time.    .  Come in and see the books and let  us  explain  our plan  to you.  ���������������������������at���������������������������  WILSON'S  THE    POPULAR   VARIETY   STORK  Postoffice  one door  East  ENDERBY,  B.C.  "I am the mother of two small boys  who, please God, I hope to raise as  sane and sensible citizens. I have  been asked if I do not think it my  duty for their sakes to vote for Prohibition���������������������������to make it impossible for  them to know liquor in any form; to  make it impossible for them ever to  become  drunkards?  "My reply has boon in the form of  another question, thus: "How does  ft happen that you, attaining manhood before the time of Prohibition,  have avoided becoming a drunkard?"  ���������������������������Very indignantly they reply: "I had  proper home training and common  decency." To which I respond: "Do  you imagine that my boys will lack  either proper home training of common   decency?"  "1 fail to see why I should shift my  parental responsibility. That is to  say, it is my special duty to raise my  children and teach them ' the principles of moderation���������������������������-which is true  temperance. And I clo not ask���������������������������or  want���������������������������thc assistance of Prohibition  or   Prohibitionists.  "Furthermore, I do not see that I  have the right to decide for my sons  ���������������������������or anyone else's sons ��������������������������� whether  they shall be total abstainers or moderate users of liquor. That, in my  opinion is a choice for the individual.  "It is the abuse, and not the use of  liquor   that  endangers,  and  the   rem-  The following analysis of the En-,  derby district vote on the Prohibition  referendum may be of interest to the  community. Of the total vote for the  Enderby division 72.3 per'-cent was  polled. That the women turned out  better than the men is revealed by  the fact that 75 per cent of the total  women's vote was polled when only  61  per  cent of -the  men wi the  list,  voted.    There  we're only five spoiled  ballots.  o Mr. and Mrs. Crossly Poison and Mr.  and Mrs. Wm. Poison are visiting Enderby this week from the Coast.  Dog Saves Children  in Wild Airplane Bide  After they were  safely shipped across  the continent by parcel post    S\  SEE /V  Jane and   .  K&therine J-.ee  in the thrilling comedy picture  "SMILES''  Let loose an avalanche of fun. Rajse  havoc in a sanitarium. Reunite a lover  and his sweetheart.^  Enderby Theatre, Oct 30th  15c and 35c  Let us supply your Fall and .  /  Winter Hardware  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Heating. Stoy es,  Stove Pipes, Elbows, Tees, etc. ?  . Everything  in  the  heating  line.   L V 7   7  Shelf -Hardware,   Locks,   Hinges,   Nails.  '"-  "Have ypu looked our stock of..linoleum \over?      We   carry "a   large <?���������������������������  number of piatterns. .- Price, $1.65 per square yard.  Linoleum   Rugs   in   beautiful' pat terns, $18 to $29.  Crockery and  Fancy China.    Our  stock is very complete.  Dinner Sets, $22 tb $35.  " '.      .p  :    Community   Silverware   at  prices  wbicb are the same as sold throughout Canada. ������������������������������������������������������..--���������������������������'  Harness  and   Harness  Parts,  Sweat Pads, Collars, etc.  You  will   find pur stock the most complete J ever carried in Enderby  and our prices right. .......  Plumbing,, Heating and  Tinsmithing.  Write pr phone your orders to us.  Lime,   plaster   and   cement. ���������������������������  f urton flar4\we Comply  pall & Winter Clothe*  We handle the famous STANFJF^P Underwear for Hen. Our  new stock unpacked this week. Prepare for winter by buying  now when sele������������������tion is ccmplete.   Jteroember, these goods sell fast.  "'"Also a complete lineofRubbersr^oots and Shoes.  Hats, Caps  and Gloves, of the most dependable" makes.  Gents' Fnrni  E. ������������������. DH4,  isbtngg Five flow* Flour  Groceries  FRUIT TREES  I can supply you any  quantity of Fruit  Trees.     Also Rosee, etc.  E. D. WATTS, V������������������rnon,B.C.  On the Tire*  rest an auto's usefulness. The best  car made cannot run well with poor  or defective tires. Among our auto  supplies tires and tire accessories  are an important part. . We carry a  full supply of .inner tubes, pumps and  in fact, everything pertaining to  tires  as well "as the rest of the ma  chine.  Note our address.  RAND'S GARAGE  ENPERBY  A Convention  Of friends and supporters of the OLIVER GOVERNMENT   will be held on  Friday, Oct. 29th, at Armstrong  In the CITY HALL, at 2.30 p. m. for the purpose of nominating a Government  standard bearer for this district. - Invitation extended to all supporters  "      ���������������������������-    A. M. McPHAIL, Secretary  4  ft]  ������������������&'

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