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 i ���������������������������>  ^^-^N*^  tl  ftgffltt  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Vol. 13, No. 37. Whole No. 687  THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1920.  Subscription, $13 a year  Dr. MacDonald Leads  by Small Majority  Returns up to 10 o'clock last night  gave MacDonald a majority over  Laidman  of 235.  .Partially  complete   returns   for  the  North   Okanagan,   furnished     by    thc  Okanagan Telephone service, are given below: -"  Laidman M'Donald  Enderby       195  Mara     38  Ok. Landing  29  Sicamous      22  Grindrod    .."  31  Armstrong  (majority) 44  V.ernon       4G5  Silver   Creek     50  Deep   Creek     17  'Coldstream    (maj.)   154  42  21  11  20 a  89S  9  25  33  Major P. I-T. Smith returned to  Vancouver last Friday after spending  two weeks or more in Enderby and  vicinity in the interest of the Okanagan Telephone Co*" Major Smith is  financial agent of that company and  his mission here was to place sufficient stock of the company in the  hands of our people to make the  building of the Deep Creek and Mabel Lake extensions possible early  next spring.  Mr. Smith was eminently successful  .with   regard   to   the   Deep   Creek   extension, and also in regard to the line  from tEnderby to  Mabel  Lake  so  far  as   interesting   the   people   of   Mabel  Lake   Valley,   but   when   it   came   to  Enderby   businessmen   he   met   with  On  Thursday, last  Inspector Ernest   disappointment  and   surprise,  and he  'Nash,  of  the  Federal   Department  of j went away feeling that tlie Okanagan  "Agriculture,   addressed   the   members I Sawmills  Company,  which subscribed  of the  Enderby Agricultural  Club,-at | liberally to.the proposed lino, was tho  thc high school.    His talk dealt with | only one   particularly   interested   in  poultry   management,   and   it   was   of having the line extended to the lake  POULTRY    MANAGEMENT  Inspector  Nash  Gives   Instructive  Address  at  Enderby   High   School  on   Handling  of  Poultry.  TELEPHONE   EXTENSIONS  Deep   Creek' Certain  and   Mabel   Lake  Line  Probable  Next Spring.  x x x x x x x x x a x x x x x y  X KNDERBY NEWS X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  Good   morning!     Toothache?  We  wonder who puts  the   mud   in  winter? ' ������������������  Oliver's Majority Cut  Down in Local House  Provincial   Returns.  Returns  (still incomplete)  up to 10  Weather indications are for a spell'������������������'clock  last  nis'ht  'e������������������*e  "������������������e  standing  in   the   Provincial   House:     Liberals  elected, 11; Conservatives, 9; Independents, 27 Labor, 2; Socialist, 1;  Farmer, 1. This leaves 21 seats to  hear from.  of soft weather.  Mrs. Wm. Covey and son of Chase  were in Enderby on Friday.  Mr. J. L. Ruttan has gone to the  coast  for hospital treatment.  Sid G. Knight, ex-mounted police,  purchased tlie property of Thos. Morton   near   Grindrod   recently.  The Okanagan Sawmills second annual dance on'December 17th promises to cap all previous efforts.  Early orders for Christmas greeting cards will be printed on Saturday  of this week by the Walker Press.  POSTOFFICE   PAPER   BOX   RIFLED  Miscreant    Robs - Bank    of    Montreal  Mail,   Scattering   Cheques  on   Street.  CANADIAN   NEWS   IN   BRIEF.  Frequent     complaints     have     been  made  in  recent  months    of    articles  It must be admitted that this is one j living    been    stolen    from    vehicles  immense value and  great interest to  those in.the audience who have flocks  Major Smith has a war record and  war  experience to back him up  and  at homc.    He emphasized the import- he never admits defeat.   He therefore  ance of culling out the non-producers j is  Inclined  to come r>ack to  Enderby  from the flocks,' and showed that the  lazy hens are eating up the profits  in nearly-every poultry,J yard. One  of tho biggest factors in successful  poultry raising, according to Mr. Nash  is cleanliness, in* "everything around  the hen house. He pointed out,,the  necessity of clean yards, roosts; feeds,  water, incubjitors,. brooders, nests and  crates; in fact, the life of the egg  depended on" cleanliness more than  ..on anything else.  Mr. Nash gave more than ah address. He showed by drawings,  charts and with objects just what he  meant. His demonstration of how to  select the layers was clear, and it 'is  probable that many of the local hens  have already wondered why the boys  and girls have been picking them up  to measure the depth of their bodies,  or to gaze into their eyes in an effort  to see if the brightness of the eyes  and the depth of body. would testify  to the accomplishments of thc biddies. After the things we"heard last  Thursday we are not going to keep  scrawny, crow-like, hollow-eyed, lazy  birds among the active, sparkling,  motherly chickens that are doing their  best to bring down the cost of fresh  eggs.  later and _ push the proposed line  through. He believes the ���������������������������businessmen of Enderby are, just as alive to  the interests of the town andS district as those of any other locality.  He therefore feels that they will _see  that the" Mabel Lake line is built.  When war broke out Major Smith  -wfcs adjutant, of- .the 104th Reginient.  He enlisted with th*s 29th and was  given , command of "D" Company,  known as the Westminster unit of  "'robin's   Tigers."   -Major .Smith  waa;$j.50;  extra gentleman, 50c.   Proceeds  time when Dr. MacDonald would glad  ly have seen the roads out of politics.  Mr. Nash; Dominion Poultry Inspector, spoke to the general science and  agricultural classes in Fortune school  Thursday.  With the list of unemployed growing ever larger in our Canadian cities,  soup kitchens are being planned  ahead of the rush.  'Of course it means a few days work  each year to keep the mud off Cliff  street, but what was the street macadamized for if not to be kept clean?  Two hundred and forty-six dollars  was the amount realized by the ladies  of the W. A. in their rummage sale,  home cooking, etc., held in the parish  hall last Saturday "afternoon.  His many,' friends will be glad to  learn that George Jones has. sufficiently recovered from the injuries cre-.  ceived' by being caught in a belt at  the sawmill some weeks' ago; .as to  be out and walking about.  . .Leap'Year Dancer-December .10th.  in Enderby Opera House'. Good time  guaranteed. Refreshments served.  Admission, $1.50 couple;  single ladies  A shipment of three pure-bred Jersey cows and one .bull from Vancouver Island to Peru nas been made.  They are said to be the first animals  of this breed to be shipped to Peru.  All of the animals were born in British Columbia.  Regarded as one of the largest  bridges in the world and one of tho  engineering marvels of the country,  the bridge over Deep Creek on the  Pacific Great Eastern Railway, 1,200  feet long and 239 feet high, has  reached completion. Throughout the  course of construction not a single  accident occurred.  An interesting experiment will be  conducted at the Experrmental farm  in   the   Okanagan   with   50   head     cf  standing in the city tie-shed. Frequent robberies have been committed  of homes in the absence of the occupiers. The Union Hotel-was broke*.,  into and tbe till robbed of several! young cattle which have been brought  hundred  dollars. j from Calgary ranches for winter feed-  Crimes all the' way from common I i"S &nd wil1 be fitted for market by  sneak thieving and snop lifting, to j spring. In the feeding of these, cat-  house-breaking and burglary have!tie a test will be made of the corn-  been  committed,  and yet not one?  ofiParative value of sunflowers and corii  the miscreants has been apprehended.  Another crime, possibly the most  serious of all, was perpetrated some  time Monday evening between 6 and  7 o'clock when the paper drop box  at the postoffice was robbed of a  packet' mailed by the Bank of Montreal, and. the contents ,of cheques  scattered   about  the  place.  The packet taken from the. box was  larger than is mailed in the ordinary  letter drop and ' instead of being  handed in" through, the wicket was  dropped into, the paper .and small  parcel chute-frour which it was picked but^by the miscreant..   ...,.- V.-..-  It  is  obvious  the  robbery was  not  ensilage; half will be fed with sunflowers and the other half with corn.  The relative building values of these  foods will therefore be determined.  Investigation is being made by the  Department of Mines into a vast deposit of soluble clay which is close  to Merritt. It is believed thatJit will  prove to be the .very valuable benton-  ite.' Bentonite' is used in arts as a  filler for finishing paper and certain  textiles. -There is a,. greatly. increasing demand for it.   -   -  -     ,       ->V . <  Edmonton aviators are entering into negotiations for the establishment-,  of ah raerial   service  from -Edmonton '  to the oil fields" of Fort Norman" on  in command, of tthat unit during the  long winter of 1915-16 in the Kemmel  trenches. In the thick of the crater  fighting at St. Eloi in April, 1916, he  earned the respect of every member  of the company by his unselfishness  and devotion to duty. At Hpoge he  again played a stellar part, being in  command of the company which has  the record for holding the famous  culverts on the Menin- Road 24 hours  longer than any other unit: Invalided  to England in 1916 he returned to  his unit to take them "over the. top"  at Vimy Ridge.  ENDERBY BAND  Leader  Robarge  is  working  to  re-  =tl!W=Enaelil5y=lsaTfd==5lfd:;  A. FULTON SELLS OUT  His Hardware  Business  Bought by  E.  J. Mack and A.  E.  McMahon.  A business deal of considerable local importance was closed this week  when E. J. Mack bought thc interest  of A. Fulton in tho hardware business,  so long carried on by Mr. Fulton in  Enderby.  Mr. Mack will take up his interest  in January. Mr. McMahon, who has  becn associated with Mr. Fulton a  number of years, will continue in the  business   with   Mr.  Mack.  This sale was made by Mr.' Fulton  to enable him to have a free hand In  handling the brick manufacturing industry recently taken over from Mr.  R. R. Gibbs. Mr. Fulton realizes that  to make a success of brickmaking he  must be on the "ground and not too  much involved in other'things. "He  intends to make a success of brick-  making if hardwork and close application will do it, and wishes to be  free in order to operate the plant  successfully.  vive the" Knderby band ancF~nas a:  musical aggregation that will enliven  the ice carnivals and hockey matches  which are to bo held on Enderby ice  when the weather .clerk wakens to  the fact that this is.-the winter sea-  ���������������������������son. Following are the names of  those.who will start thc playing season and out of .it Enderby is certain  to have a musical organization that  will bring back the old spirit of eflicicncy which always has characterized  its band in past years.  A. D. Robarge, leader; R. E. Wheeler, cornet; W. Woods, cornet; T.  Cameron, cornet; F. Garner, clarinet;  D. Mowat, alto; A. Teece, tenor;  Chas. Dugdale, baritone; K. Glen,  bbass; W. J. Lemke, tuba; T. F.  Adams  and  Ed.  Gray,  drums.  Oh, to be the policeman! It makes  one a nervous wreck to ihear Constable Bailey weaning - a bunch of  calves on the eve of an election, with  a farmer candidate in the field.  THE CHANGING WORLD.  Five years ago the Germans were  Huns, with whom friendly intercourse in the future seemed unthinkable. Now Winston Churchill, the  British minister of war is advocating  an alliance with Germany.  Five years ago poison gas and submarine warfare were regarded as the  work of fiends in huitian form. Now  the League of Nations' military and  naval committee, in session at San  Sebastian,' has put its approval on  these forms of warfare.  to go to Boys' Hockey Club.  W. j. Woods has joined J. L. Ruttan in his tie contract. They have a  market for 50,000 to 100,000-. ties for  1921 delivery if .they can cut them  and are employing all the men they  can handle in their limits at Falkland.  When it was announced that the  farmers in East Elgin were betting  that their candidate would be elected, the campaign experts realized that  committed    by.   a ;person  with  any )the   Maclceozie   Biver.     The  prbposal  knowledge or experience in that-line,'  yet one well aware of the unnegotia-  ,Not  calls for the establishment of.landing'  stages   at   intervals   along   the   route  bility   of  the   ordinary  cheque.    ,��������������������������� and the tranaportation,-in the first in-  .findmg any currency in the envelope ��������������������������� gtance. before flying   of gasolIne  and  about. ' . . _, .  ���������������������������,,.., ��������������������������� '    other essentials-for successful opera-  This   is  only  one  of  many  similar  crimes complained of wihich on the  face of them have been the work of  an overgrown boy or boys.  It would seem well to point out  here that no good can come of the  prevailing habit of a number of overgrown boys prowling about the  streets at all hours of the night, fre-  it was all over but the shouting. The  quently disturbing the peace by yells  canny0 farmer   rarely   wagers   on   an  uncertainty.  Speaking of postoffice bo^es, one  does not feel quite safe in having  the box combination experimented  with by thougihtless boys and girls, as  one "frecTuoifCIj^seesT tnUnY"engagScl^irf  doing while waiting for the mail to be  distributed   in   the  Enderby office.  The Cinderella dance given Tuesday evening in aid bf the Hospital  Auxiliary proved very successful," the  total amount realized by the ladies  being in the neighborhood of $35. The  Enderby Orchestra contributed liberally to the enjoyment of the evening.  and whoops that would not be permitted from nien under the influence  of liquor.  Possibly there is no connection between these midnight prowl in gs and  the crimes we have heard complained  ofiHiut-the tendency of_the one is to-  ward the other. Criminals are not  made in  the home;   it  is  when  theyjtario, aand Kingsgate, British Colum-  tlon. As. the crow flies, Fort Norman  is situated 900 miles from Edmonton.  . Another shipment of the bones of  pre-historic monsters taken" from the "  fossil beds of tihe Red Deer river has  been shipped east, representing the  summer's work of a geological" party  sent out by the Royal Ontario Museum. Six dinosaurs were excavated  by the party, one 'of the specimens  brought to light being pronounced  the only one of its kind known to  science, its entire length being between twenty-five and thirty feet.  During   the   month   of   September.  Ilier������������������~arriW(l^irr"We^t=ern=Cana^da7-"via===::  all   gates   between   Port   Arthur,   On-  leave   the   home   for   the   street  that  young men and young women fall.  MISS NICKAWA  RECITAL  Enderby Opera House was crowded last Thursday evening to hear  Miss  Nickawa,  the ' Cree  elocutionist. '129. laborers, 502 women and children  bia. inclusive, a total of 2.0S5 "settlers  from the United States. Of these, 7S  were British born, 133 returned Canadians, 1.93S born in the United States  and 13G in other countries. There  wore  1,110  farmers  and   farm  hands.  Mowat, and Miss Edna Lang also con  tributed their services on the piano,  ���������������������������II of which was greatly appreciated  by tho dancers.  Mrs. A. Rogers, Mrs. E.  B. Dill, Mrs. ,am_  not'one went away disappointed.'and 311  with other occupations.- They  .Miss Nickawa was even better than'had with them $606,724 in money and  o-.i her previous visit to Enderby. and J effects valued at $M9,572.  he was ably assisted by Mrs. Miller j The rush of prospectors to the far  of Armstrong, whose sweet singing, north, where oil discoveries are re-  was greatly relished, Miss Kate ported, has caused the government to  Bloom, whose singing is always en-; revise the old grub stake ordinances  joyed, and Mrs. Jaquest and Mrs. | of the Yukon days, and it is proposed  Peacock in" a duet. Miss Hartry ac-' to take steps to ensure that those  companied on the piano most sym- who go into the North will not be-  pathetically and lent greatly to the come a charge upon the Royal Cana-  charm of this part of the program, dian Mounted Police. In consequence  But to Miss Nickawa herself must be only, those, in good physical shape to  given full credit for bhe great sue- stand the rigors of an Arctic winter  cess of the recital.    She was irresist-'and have enough* "grub"-to.keep* them  INNOCENCE ABROAD.  Two old ladies were riding on a  train in which were a number of sol-  diers who were talking and joking  amongst  themselves.  First dear old lady to second dear  old lady: "Be sure and get off the  train backwards."  After alighting, the second dear old  lady said: "Maria, why did you ever  make us get off like that?"  First dear old lady: "Why, my  dear, one of those horrible soldiers  said to Mother: 'When the old ladies  are leaving the train let's pinch their  seats!' "  and  See W. J. Woods for lumber  building material.    Good prices.  Any person  wanting a  job  of  cutting ties see W. J. Woods, Enderby.  ible in every character sketch read,  cleverly carrying her audience into  comedy, pathos and the dramatic with  ease *and  whole-heartedly.  iA head of oats taken from a farm  at Frog Lake, Alberta, produced 310  kernels. Other heads in the sample  taken, which ranged in length from  eleven to fourteen ii\ches, contained  between 250 and 290 kernels.  will be permitted  to go.  With, a view to developing Canadian trade with Iceland and inducing  the people of the latter country to  use the most improved machinery devised, Canada has been asked by the  Agricultural Society of Iceland to  send samples of Canadian agricultural implements and farm and household utensils to an exhibition being  held by them.  "  ol - *  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1920.  #ftanagau C*nnmQner-  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Published  every Thursday at Enderby. B. C,  by the Walker Press, at  $3 per year: $1.50 ������������������ix months.  M. M.  WALKER  (Member of the  United  Typothetae  of  America)  Advertising- Rates  Contract or Regular 10c a single-couiinMi inch up to  half page:  over half-page, SOc an inch each insertion..  Transient or irregular���������������������������f>0e an incli; cash to accompany copy to insure publication,.  Wan1', Ads���������������������������20c per line linst insertion, 10c per line  each subsequent-insert-ion. Count...C  words'to .line..  Local Notices���������������������������20c per.line;  Local readers,  10c line.  Cards of Thanks, $1.00.  Legal Notices���������������������������liie per line 1st insertion; 10c per  line each subsequent insertion.  Water Notices���������������������������l.'.O words and under, .$10.00; each  additional r>0 words, $1.<>0. Land Ne-lices, Timber Licenses, Certificates of Improvement, $10.00 for GO days,  $7 for 30 days.  THURSDAY. DEC. 2. 1920.  An Enderbyite's Soliloquy on Sport Upkeep.  Campaign Advertising.  In   the   recent- presidential   campaign   in   the  United Slates nothing was more remarkable lhan  (With apologies to Shakespeare.)  To buy or not to buy���������������������������that is the question,"  Whether  'tis better the town live or die  In the mind and memory of the rest of the world.  That  managers  be  called  to  pay up big debts  Incurred  by the teams is unfair, you'll admit,  Yet such  is  the situation  existing today  In this' fair town of Enderby and who is to blame,  But those who of Interest show little or none'.'  Is it right,  O good  people, that players alone  Should hear the expense of keeping up sport?  The burden, so heavy for one man to bear,  Spread out "mongst us all would be easy.  llie abundant  advertising co  use made by both parties of Uie  Limns ol' llie newspapers. The battle, in I'act, was waged in the press more than on  the plalform. We do nol know, of course, but  would venture a guess lhal the people of Vancouver, fri ns la nee. would prefer to take theirs  Ihrough the press ralher than from thc plalform  after the storm of oratory which swept over it  the pasl week or two.  Seriously, though, there is a reason for this development of political advertising Ihrough the  pi-ess. However vast thc audiences which an  orator may face, Ihey can be only a small proportion of the electorate. The arguments upon which  Lhe candidate relics, the principles which he professes, must be expressed through some, better-  medium than the human voice. -The" spoken  word i.s, comparatively, but a feeble whisper. "Il  is Jhe printed word that thunders."  Both parlies in the "United Slates spent at least  half of lhcir campaign funds for this kind of  publicity. They organized it thoroughly. Thcy  recognized that thc newspaper is lhc messenger  that (lies direct to llie minds of those who arc to  be influenced.  'Dad" Simpson No More.  F. E. Simpson dicd in Kamloops last week.  Long years ago Mr. Simpson started publishing  newspapers in British Columbia. Hc was known  as "Dad" by every weekly newspaper publisher  in the: Province. And tliis prefix "was one of endearment.  "Dad" Simpson established publications along  thc Crows Nest- district years ago where he  founded thc Wartlncr International, the Marys-  villc Tribune, and the Wallsburg Wrinkle. He  also cslblished and edited papers in Lethbridge,  Alia., and Cranbrook, 13. C: Then he went t'o Victoria and started the Victorian, wliich was discontinued in 1917.- Mr. Simpson then'moved  with his family Lo Kamloops, where he was managing editor of thc Kamloops Standard until lhe  spring of the present year, when hc retired from  lhc newspaper field, and with his son. entered private business. Mr. Simpson was prominent in I.  O. O. F. circles, being a past grand master of thc  order in British Columbia, while Mrs. Simpson  is past president of thc Rebckah Assembly of this  province. . He is survived by his widow and onc  son. Donald, who enlisted with the artillery in  Victoria and saw much service overseas.  Worthy Local IndustryV  .Unfair. _Ca m pa j.gpj n gL.  11 has hccn argued lhal the press of Canada is  becoming more fair, more jusl, in its handling  of political issues, and lhal there will be no more  of the old-lime hide-bound party brand of onesided editorial matter. There is room for,, honest doubt.  In lhc campaign jusl closed in lhis province  lhe columns of the press were more liberally  used to advertise lhe merits ol lhe several candidates and what Ihey stood for. For the mosl  part- new-papers accepted Ihcse advertisements  from either parly candidate, charging all alike,  and wilhoul comment. Thi;: is as most people  Ihink il should bc. But we note lhe Kamloops  Telegram diverges from the generally accepted  rule in thai il accepts the. paid-for publicity from  the opposition Ihen turns round and editorially  criticises Ihc claims made ir. lhe advertisement.  Does this seem fair?  Land Limes Limited is lhc name "of the latest  local industry. It's head olTice is at Armstrong.  Its.plant is located between. Armslrong and Enderby and ils output is lime .flour,, lime-sulphur  spray, chick lime granules and poullry. lime granules, o . . v  Some months ago thc president' of the company, Mr. fi. D. White, of the Pacific Roofing Co.,  hid., of Vancouver, together'.with Mr."W. W.  Rogers of Armstrong, started in Uvesl'ablish thc  industrv. Thev secured thc co-operation of Jl^r.  W. E. Chappie and Mr. T.K. Smith, who with a  few friends securcdNO acres of land in which arc  dykes of pure lime rock. Thev have built mills  and warehouse buildings lhal arc unsurpassed hy  any plant in the Interior and havc equipped the  mill with modern machinery, scmi-Dciscl engine,  rock crusher and Foster rod'mills. Comfortable  houses have bcen built for lhc mill and quarry  hands, and Irani lines and an aerial cable line will  be. operated from the warehouse to thc railway  siding.  Poultry lime and lime for land dressing is already being shipped and orders arc being taken  to supply the lime-sulphur spray which will be  used in the valley.  _____,-IPia_companyVs^capitali/cd. at-$25.000.and -the  shares are $100 each.  Will Abandon League.  In Fnderby sporl has nol paid financially.  Managers have, been chosen and their chief duly  has heen Ih.c payment of debts. The manager of  our ball team this year was called upon lo pay  a bill of sixty dollars. Surely wc will not expect  a few individuals lo pay for lhc pleasure of all.  JWe are asked now to kill such a system and lo  adopt a broader one. '  Jhe Fnderby Hockey Club has bcen broadened  out to include ,uol only players and officials "but i  also everyone who believes in boosting the home  town.  "Cyclone" Taylor-'" Ihe cleanest and cleverest  hockey player the. world has known-began his  career in Listowol, Ontario. But for lhat very  few of us would know or bc interesled in Lis-  towel.  "Mickey" Mackay, once hailed as thc world's  greatest hockey player and who will this year  attempt a comeback, though coming from On-  iario really began with Grand Forks, and Grand  Forks is today better known lhan is Mickey's  home town.  Speak of "Newsy" Lalonde and a hundred fans  will at once tell you for what team and lown be  plays hockey.  ..-.-Speak of Baltimore, well-known for other  reasons, but ii is for "Babe" Ruth that Baltimore  is famous.  Those who know New Westminster know lhal  there would not bc much left of it in lhe eyes of  other parls of Ih.c Dominion if ils lacrosse fame  were dead.  > Support our athletics! Wc may havc a coming-  champion in our midst. Advertise our town and  gel results.  [SJay to xkose wno bavent any  CUte in Ikeir* HOME TOWN,  low are a blind bej^arspe  Posing   a>s at drown .  3UY WHERE  YOU   LIVE  ESTABLISHED  1872   ^  WINNIPEGiggp  ^OFFICE'  THE   DOMINION   GOVERN-  menl 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*  titude. towards all legitimate requirements.  BANK OF HA!  JXO. SMART, Local Manager  EM>Kftl2tY, B. C.  LET US PIT YOU  UF FOR  THE WINTER  Heating Stoves,    Ranges ��������������������������� McClary's  Plpeless;' Furnaces  Everything��������������������������� to keep you warm during the winter months. -  Keep your floors clean and easy to keep  clean and; warm. ��������������������������� Cover them  with Linoleum.    We have a large assortment of patterns to'��������������������������� choose from.  Price, $1.65 per square yard.  Felt'61 Floor Oil  Cloth,  SOc per. square yard. .  '    CROCKERY���������������������������Beautiful   Dinner. Sets, $22.00 to $35.00.  FANCY CHINA.  Logging ancl wood cutting tools. Everything you need  for the camp.  Horse   Blankets,   Sweat   Pads   and Harness.  Plumbing,   Heating   and   Tinsmithing.  ftifton fjardware Company  Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing  PNPERBY, 3. C  Christmas CaKes  NOW IS THE TPfE TQ ftfAKp.THpV  Just arrived: fresh stock of Raisins and Currants,  -Lemon.-Orange,aiuLCitr_on_..P_cel........ ^ = =.=,=====  Molasses and Dates       Spices of all kinds  Hard Row for Independents.  ' Tlie independent, candidate has a hard row to  hoe. Either of'the Old Party candidates have  the financial backing of their parly organization,  and money seems to flow from somewhere into  the campaign coders of both old parties when  money is needed. Nobody seems lo know the  source of the financial flow, but all know it Hows.  Different with the Independent candidate. He  or she musl finance his or her own campaign, and  bear the brunt of abuse from both parlies. The  dear public delights to hear the Independent candidate berate Old Party politicians, bul that is  all. It is quite a different story when asked to  subscribe to the campaign fund of the Independent candidate.  A Washington reporl says lhal President-elect  Harding's choice of a secretary of stale will be a  man who favors an immediate peace basis with  Cermany, complete abandonment of the League  of Nations covenant as il is now dratted, and a  new approach lo the world powers wilh The  Hague tribunal jdea as the foundation of an international  means for preserving peace.  This is said to bc the definite understanding of  foremost Republican leaders following the. departure of Hurry' Daughcrly, the. "Colonel House  of the Harding administration," who has been  in conference with ���������������������������Republican senators for several days.  There can be no doubt that leading Republicans  regard -.the Wilson League of Nations as* destined  for definite and complete abandonment by the  Harding administration. As one leader.put it,  "the presenl covenant will not be recognizable in  the. international "tribunal plan we will adopt."  And iii this connection it is significant that Senator Knox, last week broke silence for the first  lime since the election and declared his intention  to reintroduce his original peace resolution in the  Senate upon reconvening of Congress. JIis plan,  lo which Harding adhered consistenlly^lhrougii-  out the campaign, would effect peace with Germany at once and would then provide for the  virtual rewriting of international law, this law to  be enforced by an international court, all powers  to agree to arbtration and the United States to  agree to enter a world conflict when, and if, civilization is again threatened.  Almond anti Walnuts Shelled  DmiCaU  BrOS. Enaerby's Quality Grocers  Plow is the time to get  that Overlan4 4  A reduction of $110 lias been made on the Willy Overland Four. This  will be tlie price until July 1st next.  We have a tew cars now on hand, and these we will sell at the old  price less $1-10. The difference iu buying one of these cars and a car to  come in later is the sum of $35 in favor of the customer. The $35 represents the difference In the freight.  You  should  see  the  Canadian-made Overland in action; understand its  exceptional  riding  qualities,  its  stamina   and   its    gasoline   economy���������������������������the  car that made an ocean-to-ocen trip on  32.6  miles  to the gallon, that won  the  Scottish  fuel-saving contest,  that is getting Canadian owners up to 35  j   miles per gallon. .>���������������������������*'������������������������������������������������������*.  I Call and allow us to demonstrate.  Jas. McMahon & Son        Enderby  KING EDWARP  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel     L5^RPHY       Enderby %  {  THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1920.  OKANAGAN COMMONER  -Al. ������������������������������������������������������"-_������������������������������������������������������       ���������������������������������������������  ENDERBY   WEATHER  There it more energy  ii\ a. pound of good  bread made in the  home with Royal Yeast  Cakes than in a. pound  of meat. Breadmaking  is a simple operation  and requires no previous experience. . Full  instructions in Royal  Yeast Bake Book,  mailed free on request.  ������������������. W. GILLETT CO. LTD.  TORONTO  THE   ONLY   WAY   TO  IT  OUT.  FIGURE  October  Shows   Considerable   Rainfall  With Mild Temperature.  You need not bo .without occupation for the long winter evenings. You  can just spend your lime trying to  understand the mind of the taxation  experts of the Dominion Government.  You have to pay taxes. That's right,  you'll  be  fined if you-don't.    But you  .cannot, that is, if you are a business  man you cannot, pay taxes unless you  have a license. IC you pay a license  to pay taxes as a manufacturer, you  can pay taxes as a .manufacturer, but  if you have to pay more taxes than  a manufacturer you have to have another license to pay the taxes that  you ought to pay, or have to pay more  than the taxes .that your license as a  manufacturing  taxpayer  entitles   you  .. to pay. Otherwise you will be fined  if you don't payUhem. and you'll be  fined if. you dp :pay unless you" first  pay for a license to " pay them;  and then, again, you 'will be fined, if  you   don't  get a"license  so  that, you  . oan pay the taxes and so avoid being  fined for not paying the taxes just  becausC-'you" didn't' have any license  to pay them. What, are we ..talking  about?- Darned if we know. Ask the  Dominion Government. It lias taxation experts just out of the biig-house  wiiile we haven't been there���������������������������yet.  -^Ridgetown - Dominion.  Date  1  2  3  4  5  G  7  S  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  IS  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26 ���������������������������  27  2S  29  30  31  Max.  64  55  52  53  ' 62  61  61  57  57  50.  ���������������������������19  51  4S  50  50  50  50  52  50  53  <IS  -19  52  52  58  51  47  50  51  45  40  Min.  37  36  43  47  46  -12  O  39-  37  34  46  41  2S  35  32  32  33  33  25  29  34  27  30 '  42  35  32  30 ,  3S  36  23  -24  ,c22  Range  27 ���������������������������'���������������������������-  19  J 9  6  16  19  22  20  23  ' 4  S  23  13  IS  ���������������������������18  17  17  27 _  21  19  21  19  10  17  26  21  9  14  2S  21  IS  hamper the development of- pigs born  a month or two later.  Granted  that  the    sow    has    been  ways a good judge herseif as to how  soon  to   be   allowed   out.     Whenever  ...... o ... ...     .  she shows a desire to get.outside she  properly fed and handled before far-'should    be    encouraged    unless    the  owing we  may  expect    her to    give! weather is unfavourable. o  ���������������������������Rain birth  to  a strong and  healthy litter. J    The oftener the sow and her litter  .04 At the time of farrowing the attend-.are enabled to take advantage of0 any  ant should be present for the fact of .bright, sunny weather which is avail-  .29  his. being on hand or absent may mean able  during the fall  the   "better    for  ,42  the saving or loss of a good litter.      [their'health.    Tho little pigs will be  The care of the litter at farrowing'. all the more vigorous and the better  29  time should not differ in the fall from "able   to   accustom   themselves   to   the  Lhat in the spring unless on account j change    they    experience at time of  .10  of  tho  weather.     If the  sow  is  of a j weaning   which  may  be  from   six  to  nervous disposition and restless, or if J eight  weeks  of age. ��������������������������� K.  MacBean,  ,10  the weather is cold, it is wise to take ; Assistant,   Experimental   Farm,  Agas-  .69  up  the pigs, as  fast as  farrowed  and , siz, B. C.  .02  place   them   in   a   dry,  warm   box   to'  ,14   prevent chilling.    They should he left  .07  there until she is finished aud has settled  down and become quiet.  09      Immediately    after    farrowing.,   the  sow should be left entirely alone for  THE  WINTER  FRUIT SUPPLY.  .16  Total  rainfall, 2.47 inches.  10 clear days; 18 part clear; 3  cloudy. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Highest temperature, 64 on the 1st;  lowest temperature, 22 on the 31st;  mean   temperature  or  month.  43.32.  .    N. H. KENNY, Observer.  CARING    FOR    FALL    LITTERS.  (Experimental  Farms  Note.)  With the exception of apples, pears  the first twenty-four hours except to an(1 srapes thoro are no fruits of our  give her a drink of tepid water or!own Production which.can be called  verv sloppv, warm bran mash. The.wlntor fruits' bllt of these three sorts  sow should be fed lightlv for several every householder may bave an abun-  d.ivs and should not receive full feed cl������������������int "supply in good condition until  before ten days or more from date of,at least the middle of winter,  farrowing. \    Three   prime   requisites   are   neces-  From three to four weeks of a5e'sar>' to keen ,n mlnd when laying in  the young pigs, continuing to grow a supply of fruit for winter. The first  ! but. tho sow's milk not .increasing is the selection of the proper variety  l any, should learn to eat, preferably,01, varieties; the second is the s.elec-  from a trough separate from that of Hon of 0!1-]>' i'ivm fruits- free from  the dam. In the pen in which the bruises and disease or insect injury;  sow and litter happen to be, a small *������������������& the third is Proper conditions of  pen  can'be partitioned    off    with an . storage..  opening to admit the little pigs but!- "With regard to the first, the fol-  not thc sow. , For best results the lowing is a list of winter varieties of  little pigs require skim milk with .'apples, pears and grapes- which.' when  shorts "or preferably middlings. No ! ffjse from disease and injury and stor-  more should be fed than they will J ed under proper conditions, will keep  clean up nicely the increase until anywhere from January up to May.  weaning time being made very grad--j Well-known winter varieties of ap-  ually. iples of good quality: c  In the care of the sow and the de-j Mcintosh���������������������������November   to   January,  velopment-of   the   young   pigs   exer- J Fo.meuse--October  to  January   1st.  cise is absolutely  necessary but,  fre-, Rhode  Island Greening���������������������������Dec.  to Feb.  quently during the fall,  it is difficult j King of Tompkins���������������������������Nov.  to  Feb.  Wagener���������������������������Nov.   to  Feb.  Pipes  Tobaccos  Cigars  Cigarette  All   the  choice   brands  and  flagrant mixtures  A. Reeves  Druggist and Stationer.  ENDERBY  Do you know that if you marry the  enthusiasm in your heart to the optimism in your soul, the result will  be pleasure in your work and happiness in your life?  Northern   Spy���������������������������January   to   May.  (Experimental  Farms  Note.)  It.is generally admitted that in the  fall the best month to have pigs born  to allow the little pigs outside as ;of-  is September.    As a result of this the ten  as'is desirable.    It is  not advis-  young pigs should be well grown be- able  to  allow, the  sow-outside  until j Golden Russet���������������������������January to  May.  fore  the   winter  sets   in,-and,   there- after  several  days  from  date  of far-!/, ;The   above "varieties   are   all   good  fore, able to withstand the effects of. rowing  but  inrthis-connection  it7is and- cover,  the   entire- winter, season  hard  weather  which  might decidedly. worthy  of  note   that   the'sow  is   al- if .proper selection is made.  '���������������������������".  AL?. TH*"YEAJR BQ  flraWBBSW  PR JS^ANP'S CHARMS  Put in your orderjfqr anything you want in this line  GEO. B. SHARPE  Wholesale   and   llcl-ii!   Butcher  Enderby.  B. C.  A.F.&A.R  *Enil������������������rby Lodire No. -10  Retrul.-ir mcetlnjrR firs!  fhiirsday on or uflur llu  full morm al 8 p. in. in Masonic Ffall. ViHitioB  br.-thron cordially   invilctl  A.  KKRVER  W.M.  C.  M. KREVKP  Siv.rplnrv  <-S ��������������������������� J^'iV   v~*t tr  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Met'tH 1st &  3rd  Monday eve  in Masonic Hall.    Visiturncor-  dially invited to attend.  B. G. GRAY. C. C  H. M. WALKER. K. R. S  R.  .1. COLTART. M.F.  EUREKA LODGE NO 50  \     ���������������������������  I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8  o'clock.   Visiting brothers cordially  invited. ���������������������������  W. A. RUSSELL, N.G. D. K. GLENN, V.G.  H. A. TEECE, Sec.  -"      ���������������������������&'���������������������������*'- ������������������������������������_=  v������������������*      "  As the snow falls  so do the wages :  Also the price of meats at  the Cash Meat  Market  Cash paid for new-laid, eggs, good dairy':  '*"  butter and poultry ���������������������������    '  F.W. PUNN, Cliff St Enderby  M*r^OM^   7    .  <gs^-������������������j������������������w^a__-iP?*#gg^gg^Vj  MAIUVCONTRACT  Sealed Tenders addressed- to the  Postmaster General will he received  at ..Ottawa, until noon on Friday, the  31st December, 1920, for. the conveyance His Majesty's Mails," on a~--pro--  posed contract for four years,\:twelve  times per week on the route between  Enderby Postoffice and Railway "Station, from  the  1st April next.  Printed notices containing further  information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen-* and  blank forms of tender may he obtained at the Postoffice of Enderby, and  at the 'office of the Post Oflice Inspector.  J.  F.  MURRAY.  Post Oflice inspector.  Postoffice Inspector's Oflice, Vancouver, B. C, 19th  November, 1920.  CITY  OF   ENDERBY  Revision   of   Voters'   List,   Year   1921.  A#C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  The motorists' idea of paradise is  a beautiful country where roads  and weather permit continuous traveling. The nearest approach to that  ideal in the north-western part  of this continent-is Vancouver  ���������������������������Island. Nature has provided beauty and the right sort of climate; man has built fine roads.  The temperature of .Victoria, the  hub of Island life, is so modified by  the Japan current that its average  mean temperature Is 45 degrees F.  There is a range of only 22 degrees  F. botween the mid-winter and inid-  summer averages. J "���������������������������* -]  Sunshine is the rule, averaging  nearly six hours for each day in the  year. - Of course, tbe summer days  have longer hours, but there is enough  sunshine all winter to keep vegetation green and gardens in bloom.  While Victoria has few. rainy days,  the annual precipitation being 27.46  Inches, which is less than that of any  other Pacific coast point north ot  San _ Francisco, the city has abundance of water caught by neighboring  mountains.  Although situated on the southernmost tip of an island, Victoria  is quite free from fogs. Because of  its low range of variance in temperature and clearness of atmosphere, this city was chosen by the  Canadian Government as the site  for its two great observatories. '  The motor roads of the Island  are worthy bf their setting. Victoria  with its miles of residential streets  and more miles of marine drives and  beautiful views, is the starting  point for many delightful trips.  Among them are the 40 rnileo of  Saanich Peninsula, skirting ��������������������������� Cad-  boro and Cordova Bays; windlay,  thrillful roads that c'Imb up to the  observatories, and  a  fourteen  mile  run to the famous Butchart Estato  with its sunken gardens, metamorphosed rock garden and exquisiti  Japanese garden.  The Island Highway is the pride  of the Island. It is a 170 J mile  stretch of well-made road running  from Victoria to Campbell -Falls  along the Gulf of Georgia. Ii is  strung with picturesque towns and  branch roads lead to sucb 'deM.ght-  ful resorts as Shawinigan ��������������������������� Lake,  Cowichan Lake, Cameron Lake,  Great Central Lake, and many a  trout stream. The southern ��������������������������� portion of the Highway, is known . aa  the Malahat Drive, ��������������������������� pronounced by  tho knowing ones as a perfect  motorwaw-  Notice is hereby given that the first  sitting of the Court of Revision will  be held at the City Hall, Enderby,  on Friday, the 10th day of December,  1920, at S o'clock p. in., for the-purpose of revising and correcting the  Voters' List of the City of Enderby  and of the extra-municipal portion of  thu School District of- Enderby, and  heaing and determining any application which may then be made to the  said Court to strike out the name of  any person improperly placed there-'  on, or to place on such list the name  of any person improperly omitted  therefrom.  Dated   at   the   City   Hall,   Enderby.  this  25th   day  of  November.. 1920.  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN.  'it   City Clerk.  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. 22207A issued to Alex.  Campbell and covering the above  land   has   been   filed   in  this  office.  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 Office,  Kamloops, B. C. this 12th day of  October, A. D. 1920.  H. V. CRATG,  02S-5 District Registrar. OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1920.  kr mr mu   mr mr mr mr u wr v y mr mr mr mr mr mr  it  st s\ st st st st  st st st ������������������% is st st st st st  ii CHURCH   SERVICES SS  st   st   st   st   st   st   st   st   st   -**���������������������������   st  METHODIST CHURCH  Pastor/Capt. Rev. J. G. Gibson.  Sunday School, 2:30 p.m. Mothers'  Class and Bible Class held in conjunction  with  the   Sunday  School.  Divine service in the evening at  7:30. Subject: "The. man.of the hour."  X        HULLCAR���������������������������DEEP    CREEK        55  .!  X  X   X  it  X  X   5?   X  X  XX  X  X  in  at!  ST. ANDREWS CHURCH  Minister:   Rev.  John  W.   Stott,  B.  A.  Morning at 11���������������������������Mr. Piper will be with  us  again  and   preach.  Evening at 7:30���������������������������Mr. Stott will conduct the service.  Sunday  School  at  10  a.m.  Hullcar at  3  p.  m.  sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sa  rs   jf . js   rs   _>* js   JS   <1 JS j.  H COMING    EVENTS S<  it All ads under this head, 15c line Si  ht- sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr    st  gs   js   j������������������i js   rs   _, j;   # . rs   f*������������������ J* J* '% JS   ������������������ J.  The   Presbyterian     Ladies'   Aid   in  tend holding their bazaar in the base-  ���������������������������    r< .  ment of the church on Saturday. Dec.   K-  tami)l)e"  11th.       There   will   be   afternoon   tea  served; also a stall of cooking, a table  of fancy work, a rummage table, and  a candv stall.  X  Remember   the   date.     Masquerade  Ball, Enderby Opera House, Jan. 10th.  WILLIAM  ���������������������������o  FOX presents  Theda  Presbyterian service will be held  Hullcar hall on Sunday, Dec. oth,  3 p. m.  Mr. William Fortune was*- a business visitor to Salmon Arm last Friday.  Mr. Albert Hayhurst is busy these  days hauling sawdust from Hoover's  mill.  Mr. I-L Ward, who moved on to the  "Truesdale" place last spring under  the S. S. B., has vacated it and is  leaving  the  district. n  Mr. M. Harvie of Vernon has taken  X S? SC X S? i over  part  of  the  John   Mallory   farm  and moved to Deep Creek last week.  The Misses Eva Colliding and Margaret   Doherty   of   Vernon   spent   several days the past week with Mrs. B.  Deep Crock.  Several of the farmers in the Hull-  car district, as well as in Deep Creek  are still ploughing. Something unusual  for this time of year.  The regular meeting of Hullcar local U. F. of B. C. was held in the  hall last evening. x\fter the regular  business was transacted a whist drive  was held, everybody enjoying themselves.  A party of four .hunters from Arm-:  X 55 X S? 55 5< K S! 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55  55 MARA  ITEMS 55  55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55  Bara  I. Rogers and Wm. Owen were visitors to Enderby last Thursday.  A special meeting of the United  Farmers was held on Saturday to  consider several masters in regards  to financing the campaigns that the  Farmers are interested in. Other  matters of a local nature were also  considered.  I     It was a surprise to us here to see  J the results of the  by-election, but of  jone   thing  there   is   no   question,   the  I northern end by its vote showed that  ��������������������������� it   has   some   grievances,   and   it   will  be  interesting  to   see  how  they  are  ' attended   to.     Mr.   I\racKelvie   has   a  ' splendid   opportunity   to   make   good  if  he  will   take    up     those    matters  I which  have  so long menaced  us.  |     Although a little late, the residents  have   taken   up   in-earnest  the  usual  ; Xmas   tree.     A  meeting  was  held   on  i Tuesday  night and   committees   form-  led and all seemed pleased thaVat last  a  move  was  made.    The  date decided  on was December 23rd. ' The kid-  dies will  now have something to occupy their spare time.  Sid   Neal   surprised   his  old   friends  by   stepping   off   the     train     Monday  in  Kathleen  Mavourneen  Sweetest   Irish   drama   ever   written.  ENDERBY OPERA HOUSE  DECEMBER 4th  Show starts S:30 p.m. Prices 25 & 50c  strong parked their car at the Grant momins looking well and hearty, after living at the coast for about nine  months.  farm, Deep Creek, last Monday while  thoy scoured the hills in search of  the antlers and were fortunate in securing  two   fine  specimens.  Mrs. Archibald, who .has been visiting her son, Mr. B. R. Campbell, and  family, of Deep Creek, left last Saturday en route to Wolseley, Sask., to  visit her daughler before returning to  her home  in   San  Diego; California.  Want Ads  3c a word first insertion. 2e n word  eath inser  tion thereafter:   2nc minimum ch������������������rj_e:  whor*: cash dotf not accompany order.  10c extra  LOST  -  dark  - 2-year-old  feet;    with  ram;    darl  bell   on.  face,  J.    W.  STRAYED���������������������������On the premises of S.  M. Edgar, Grindrod, one Jersey  heifer. Owner can have same by  paying for this  advt.. aand     paying  .   damages. d2-2c  FOR.  dro  der  S.  by  VLE���������������������������L  $50.00.  Bht  Sid  V  sing  G.  e   or  JCnig  double  ht,   En-  d2-lp  FOR SALE���������������������������One team geldings S and  0 years old. weight 2600; also set  team harness in good condition.  Apply   D.   Whittet,   Enderby.       d2-2t  FOR SALE���������������������������One team, weight 32S0,  logging sleighs and wagon. Apply  J. A.  Morrison. nlS-4p  ii.  C. SHOE REPAIRING���������������������������Quick and  satisf  of  tctory work.  Hamilton.  Next door Bank  FOR SALE���������������������������T have a few pure bred  White Wyandotte cockerels for  ���������������������������sal". Tho-.? are all from L. F. "Sol-  egg  ly's   special   pen   wilh   a   255  -vpwwl P.r.i.-n .���������������������������S:-).(.C_._(.aeh W. ...li.  Gosnell.   R I'i.   1.   Enderby.  55 GRINDROD   NEWS 55  5? S! 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 5; 55 55 55 X X  Mr. "and Mrs.'- F. Crandlemire of  Central Tark who have oeen here visiting their aunt and uncle, .Mr. and  Mrs. C. Crandlemire for a short time  returned to their home Monday night.  Postoffice Inspector Trant was in  Grindrod   on   Friday.  ,.Mr. J. A. Carlin of Tappen is here  for a short period.  The final arrangements for the  Xmas tree on Dec. 17th were made  on Sunday. A play, "the Bathroom  Door" by local young people will bo  put on that night as well as many  other interesting items. It is hoped  that the tree will be a.s big a success  as in other years. As far as the programme for the evening is concerned  it sure will be.  Mr. A. Tomkinson spent a few days  in Vernon on business.  Miss I. Stoodley from Armstrong is  staying with friends for a short time.  Miss H. Beddington' left on Thursday for. Endacko to be with her sister Mrs. Vv. C. McKeown for a few  months.  Mrs. C. S. Handcock was ln Ender-  b>  on business on Mondav.  Inspector of schools, Mr. Lord, paid  us a visit on Tuesday to look into  school   matters   here.  The open weather has enabled the  bridge gang to make good progress  with Robertson's bridge -and another  week will see it finished. At present  the- Riverside Road is closed to  through   traffic.  j    r-There is very little plowing left this  jfall,     considerable   more   being   done  than ever. '  Rolled Up Haled Hay  A.ni improvement on the familiar  rectangular bale of hay and straw  is Q'aini'edi by a N-ebraskan -who has  developed-a rounded baler. The.hay  is pressed0 in cylindrical form by  means of a web 'belt, which rolls up  the hay l.ike the 'big snowiballs or  jelly rolls. The''round bailes 'are  said to be,more easily handled.' and  stored'. AI'<so, the ������������������>m*a0hnve uses  tw.in-e for binding insteaidi of wire,  which will be .an amiprovement  everywhere, hut on the small farm  v'.re is the "mend-all"  WANTED  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 ox  in  by Nov.  13th.  ENDERBY  BRICK  CO..   ,  A.  Fulton.  Mgr.  ATTENTION!  55  It's Going to Rain  and you'll sure need a pair of our  rubbers to keep your feet dry and  keep  from  catching, cold.  .Men's.  ordinary  Women's   and  light  weight.  Children's   in  white,     grey,  four, and six  Men's   and   Boys'   in  rod and black, in three,  hole  lape.  Come   in   and   inspect  Iniying  elsewhere.  Enderby Supply Co.  them   before  5 ii X X X X 55 55 55 55 X X  X GRANDVIEW    BENCH 55  y y y x x a x x x x x x s������������������ x x  The Tnited Farmers' whist drive  held at the home of Mr. ancl Mrs. .1.  Tomkinson was a big success, netting  K'vleen dollars for the local. Thb  prize winners were: Ladies first.  Miss; K. Piggott, Deep Creek; ladies,  consohilion. Mrs. II. R.Mdwin, Grand-  v;,jw Bench; gentleman's, first, Mr.  G. Diamond, Grandview Bench: consolation,   Mr.   McAushind,   Grindrod.  Mr. (j. Garden, of Clenmary. was  here last Friday mnking arrangements for a meeting to be held in  thc interests of Mr. Laidman by  speakers  from   Enderby.  Miss M. Lidstone returned from  Salmon Arm last Thursday where she  has   been   staying   for   some   time.  Notary Public  Insurance and   Genem-l  Ag-ent  JAS.  Bell Block  DICKSON  Enderby  A circus was travelling through  Scotland,' and when it got just outside, of- Dumfries a baboon dicd.  Xol wanting to boiher with 'be  body it was thrown over a bridge  into a field. Three Scotch fanners  J went tbat way, saw the baboon, and  wonudcrcd  wbo it was.  "He's no a Cameron." said onc;  "hi'':; too b.*oon!"  "He's no a Macdonald," said the  second,  "he's  too   reet.!"  "An' bo's no a Mnctavish," said  Ihe third: "he's too dc.sbed guid  hiikin'! Away to yonder boose an'  sec ir there's an English visitor  moesinM"  I wish to announce to the public  that I have started a general draying  and teaming business and am open  to do any kind of work in that line  at__reasonable rates. Prompt atten-  tio n"~gi vefr'tcPy ou r=o rd e r sf=Ph o n e-^OS^  J. A. MORRISON.  If you want  to live in  a live town  boost tfte  J3. H������������������ C.  Be a Member  How Well  Do You See?  If you find yourself squinting'  and frowning at your work, it!  is an indication that you arej  straining your eyes. Continued!  strain of this nature will seri-j  ously, if not permanently, impair your sight, and it may be  difficult to restore it to normal  again.  Today is the day if you need  glasses. This is the place. Come  here and be fully satisfied.  N. A. KOURY  Optometrist  &   Jeweller Enderby  $1.00 worth of  merchandise free with  every  purchase amounting  to  ������������������    ��������������������������� ������������������ $5.00 worth of   TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, XMAS  STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY  CHINA, FANCY CHOCOLATES  ETC., ETC.  INSTEAD OF WAITING UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS AND TRYING TO  SELL GOODS TO YOU WHEN YOU DO NOT NEED THEM, WE OF-  ER THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE YOU MONEY NOW, AND AS A  RESULT WE HOPE Y'OU WILL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF' IT. WE  WANT YOUR TRADE AND THTS OFFER BACKED BY QUICK AND  COURTEOUS   SERVICE   SHOULD   GET   IT.  rpTTTQ   OTTT?"!?!?   IS F0R CASH only  lxiio urrrjii and lasts until  AND INCLUDING g^.     J)^   Jg^  LSO.N.'S  When an Auto.: Comet Here  for Repairs  with unerring accuracy. Six ill and  Ave locate the cause ot the trouble  i experience enable us to" do that. And  once located we proceed * to remove  the trouble with the same expertness  with which we located it. Remember  us next time your, car needs -attention. Now is the time to overhaul  your car tor next year.- Just bring  or better still Phone 26 and. we will  call for it. .  RANP'S GARAGE  ENPERBY  Wfrew ypu  you get  t Jie fcest for  men   _Also a complete line of Rubbers, Boots and Shoes,   Hats, Caps  and Gloves, of the mbst^~pWdable-makes.~  -���������������������������  Gents' Furnishings  E. P. PJW.  Five Jloses Flour Groceries  atfz:  ORNAMENTS FOR  THE PAJiMW  the dining room���������������������������yes, even the kitchen���������������������������are attractively displayed at  TEECE'S. Tasteful designs in bric-  a-brac, mantel and sideboard vases,  placques, glassware and tea sets.  Just received some beautiful hand  painted ware, color and shape effects  that, are eye pleasers.  T?ece & Son     Phone 48    Flour, feed & Groceries  isnus  Fdil'OUS     Sttdjil ... .   '    Ft; a J  Sb Klr>;i des At*    die. in      S,>������������������:fcd       *J*"*\  ������������������ PA RAT'O k  _ifes creamriow lost by all other separators C^e  Purdue Bulletin No. 116) because it skims clean  at widely varying speeds. Delivers even cream  at all speeds. Simple Tubular bowl���������������������������no discs.  Come in and see it work! Enderby, JB C  FULTON  HARDWARE  CO.  -I'm  \


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