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 y%F*  **fe.-.~^*> 5V. ��������������������������� *���������������������������: *="��������������������������� i--<J-&������������������  ������������������wS5^?S?**:re**'  ^  ttH|ptf  tfmttiinter  IN WHICH IS'MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  _0"  Vol. 13, No. 35, Whole No. 681  THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1920  Subscription, $!3 a year  Big" Majority for  Government Control  From   all    parts    of   the   Province jorities for Government control.  heard from up to a late hour - last  night, reports^ of the result of the  temperance plebiscite show that B.  C. went Government control by> a big  majority. In Vancouver the Prohibitionists went 7000 behind, in Victoria  4000 behind. * Revelstoke, Kamloops,  in fact, all points on the mainline,  are reported in the wet column. In  fact, few places any place in the Province showed any majority for prohibition,   and   many  showed   big   ma  in Enderby polling division, where  very little interest was shoAvn in the  campaign and no activity to speak of  by either side was exhibited, the vote  stood, for Prohibition, 208; for Government control, 128; majority for  the drys, 88. Outside polling places  nearby have not been heard from at  this hour, but it is certain theycwill  give a majority for Government control.  THANKSGIVING   SERVICES  Splendid   Turn   Out   to   Exercises in  Methodist  Church   Sunday  '5  and  Monday       *  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X ENDERBY NEWS X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  "Good morning, B. C."  "How dry I am"���������������������������not!  Born���������������������������-In Enderby, Oct 14, to-Mr.  and Mrs. A. Bogert, a daughter.  Mr. James Bell motored from Mara  Tuesday, on business in Enderby.  Mr. George Butterworth, the genial merchant of Mara, was visiting  Enderby   on   business   Tuesday.  Flivvers are becoming more versatile. Thus reads an ad in an exchange: ".Wanted���������������������������Married man to  milk and drive, flivver.".  Whisper it! We changed our office  clock dial to the 10-unit system, the  other' day and haven't had to pay a  door    and   into   the   street;    with *a  parson .'hanging to each ear aud the,sugar tax for doIng il yet!  As there had been no Thanksgiving  services in the Methodist Church for  a- number of years, this year's celebrations were looked forward to by  all the members of the Church with  a great deal of pleasure. The Methodist   Church   of  Enderby  has   reason  sexton  to  the  tail,  thriller, wasn't it?  WHO ARE "WRECKERS"  NOW  That was some* Must have been a hot one. ** This is  the ^ay an exchange announces a  church service: . .".'Evening worship,  7.30;   sermon subject?   (|'!SHRDLU."  ��������������������������� tt -._  A drop of $140, in-tbe price of an  Vote to Join Canadian  Council of Agriculture  At a meeting of Enderby Local, U.  P. of B. C. held last night it was  unanimously .decided to go into the  Canadian Council of Agriculture and  to adopt its national policy.  Committees. were appointed at this  meeting to proceed with the political  campaign, in the way or arranging  for speakers, etc.    Representatives of  the G. W. V. A. wrere In attendance at'  the meeting, to participate In the arrangements.  ��������������������������� It was decided to hold a social evening once a month, and^ a committee  of Messrs. Gilders, Blackburn and  Jones was named to take these meet-'  ing in hand.  LIBERALS   SUPPORT    EDGETT  If ��������������������������� reports from the big sugar refinery centres can be depended upon,  the sugar barons of Canada have set  their ���������������������������face against dotng business next,  with the-people of the Dominion unless they- can have the' cinch ori them  Overland   Four   has   been   announced I try, and  At a convention of Liberals of Yale  constituency held at Kelowna a few  days ago, the following resolution  was passed: .        -  "Whereas public interest demands  that-early opportunity should bo afforded the people'.of the Dominion for  the return to ���������������������������power of a parliament  that would be, representative of the  popular . will, and the control oi  public affairs by a responsible minis-  by'the Willy Compony.    This will be  the   guaranteed   price  until  July  1st  (Elmer Black is back on his old job  as clerk in the E. B. Dill store..  It is  not  stretching-things if we  intimate  I that Enderby will be" in the running  in the 1921 Valley league .series.-". .  Henry   Ford   appears   to   have   de-  "Whereas this great national end  is being frustrated by the usurpation  of the rights of the people by the  present .administration in matters  pertaining to  government,  and  "Whereas the Leader of the Liberal party and those who are with hinr  on his present tour of Western Canada, have been urging the union of all  progressive forces as the only sure  means of. effecting the defeat of the  present administration, and  Whereas ' Col. Edgett has been  nominated as a candidate < in opposition to. the government, and is standing not as a representative of any  class or group, but as a candidate  ���������������������������opposed to the present administration, c   .    .  "Be'it resolved, that in the opinion         _      __   of   this   convention, the.' interest   of  selves. ; They. are. not the "wreckers'?, Mo^iy. evening in * singing" novelties Liberalism. wM.be.best served by the  we have heard so much about���������������������������when' and meiodv iazz This is the first Liberals of. Yale joining-, yith the  .,, ... _, ... :ana me,oay jazz., m. nis is me nrsi other ^ progressive forces in their ef-  things, go their-way.   Everything was. easterna dance orchestra to. tour from  ....  which' they   almost   got   through   the  to be proud of its record.   When war Board of Commerce ruling.    Who are  came 29  methodist Churches in B.C.|the   "wreckers"    now?      Our   sugar  - sent  their clergymen  to  the  conflict barons have been protected for years  and, the Enderby Church was one of' and they have' prospered' immensely.,  them. Loyally have the members; They waxed fat. They are now au- clued that .the only way to put down  sustained the burden and kept- the tpcrats' not only of the breakfast Prices ris to put them down. Perhaps  church open until the times of Peace,  table,' but of the dinner table and ot this is'as good a way as any, but *mr  the supper table.    They have become  Ottawa government has a sugar plan  dictators.    Next to the C. P. R. they that beats Henry's all hollow.  The original Shubefts - will cbe seen  are the government, not of the peo-  The"church was beautifully decorated for the occasion, the work" of  the   choir   and   other   friends.,     The.  j,.Sunday School, was well  attended.in  the afternoon . and', a splendid congre-  : gation   was- present  in..the .evening.  _ The  sermon  was  preached  by  Capt.  Rev.   J.   G.   Gibson,   and   the' singing  was especially-enjoyed. -    V- '    "���������������������������'-���������������������������'  The  Monday night  concert -.attracted   many  people,   the - church   being  crowded  to  the.doors.    The. absence \vinter's nicht by the fireside.    Or on J Monday and latest reports state tbat  of the elocutionist, Mr., Foscjie,^ who j Boards of Commerce which are sup- he  underwent  an  operation   for  ap-  . failed to make connections by train,' posed - to .have, been dispensed with, I Pendicitis and a stomach trouble of  did not affect the good, humor of tbe J legally dead and buried and' are ex-,long standing. It is hoped he may  crowd, nor* the equanimity of the tinct. TaJk about yOUr age of rojr. return.in a couple of weeks,.his state  ladies, who, like Cromwell, bad Iceptacles: bringing your dead to, life  their powder dry. The* produced i again and all that sort of stuff. The  their   trump   card   when   they   asked  sugar has it.    History tells us of the  clear/sailing   until   somebody;   upset  Chicago    to    the^iJcoast,    returning  the sugar-bowl.    It's truly wonderful through Canada.  what a spoonful or two of sugar will I  do.f'rinstance in a hot.toddy on a. cold V air' E" * PiU ^entto the Coast on  forts: to . insure . the ' defeat' of the  government-'" candidate,'-the. - convention hereby "pledges its support rfa  Col. Edgett." . . V     : ..  CANADIAN   EXHWTOW  ately costumed and' a most delightful evening is in store for local Lyceum folk.  WEATHER   COMPARISONS  Weather Observer ��������������������������� Kenny furnishes  the following figures showing "the  rainfall for September for the past  ten years. It will be seen from these  figures that the rainfall of the past  month was the heaviest'' in ten > years  with the single exception o'f that of  1914 when the precipitation was .38  points greater:  1910     1.44  1911     .'     1.84  1912     1         1.04  1913         1.33  1914 - fl.     2.49  1915         1.23  1916 - >....      .20  1917     :-     1.79  1919     :....-..     1.G9  1920         2.12  _The    following    figures    show   the'  combined rainfall for.. September 'and  October for the last ten1..years/. It  will be seen that the total precipitation for September^and up to the 16th  October ^exceeds that of the full two  months of every year excepting that,  of 1910: ;���������������������������'���������������������������->������������������������������������������������������-������������������.  1910   (September _'&  October.-' 4.49  Capt. Gibson to lecture "on his exper-  'ences with the . troops in Salonica,  when Mr. "Fosche failed to appear.  Mrs. Peacock, Mrs. Jaquest and Mrs.  Robt. Airth contributed to* the success of .the evening with, sdlos and! sugar bowl!  duets. Capt. Gibson gave a most  interesting and thrilling lecture during which the audience followed  'closely every, changing experinece.  Mr. Gibson's experience in submarine Ell ' with Commander De  Ruskin at Mt. Athos held his hearers  birth of a new world as the result of  a little tea party In Boston harbor.  Who can say but that it will tell our  children's children of a new Canada  being born when somebody upset the  of general health much improved.  "Watcher kickin' about," says a  Voice behind the sugar order, "we  only want to tap you for one-fifty." It  Endrby   Opera   Hout*  to   H*v*   the  United   Artists   Production*  the  finest Films on thr Rotd  1912 ,     2.52  1913 ....  .VV, 2.44  XvJ.4   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   '������������������}��������������������������� a  4>������������������/X9  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ....... 2.42  j9i6 :...*.   .:;..-:.. .94  1917    ...... 3.44  1918     V 2.79  1919   ....... 2.52  J920 (to Oct 16th)      4-43  In 1917 2y������������������ inches of show fell, in  October, and in 1919, 7%'inches of  'snow came in October.- -   ''  HOSPITAL  BOARD MEETING  At a meeting of the Enderby Hospital ^JJoard last Thursday eyening, it  was  decided  to meet the' request of  in=suspenserthey-not-knowing-what-rthe-^adIesl=Auxiliary��������������������������� for���������������������������sheeting  ��������������������������� was going to happen next.. Tbe lecture was so enjoyed that many people expressed regret that the lecturer did not continue longer.  Delicious refreshments "were served  by the ladies.  A  PUCK. IN  THE CHOIR  l-OFT  At the movies, the more thrills and  climaxes there are worked into the  plot the batter the show. But movies  and church concerts" are not the same  in this respect. One lives on thrills,  the other doesn't. The big thrill of  the church affair occurred in the  afternoon, and was not on the pro'  gram. In preparing the church for  the evening it was prettily decorated  and fruits, vegetables, etc., which are  usual iiv harvest home festivities,  were much in evidence. When the  work was finished all left the 'church  and   were   absent   some   little   time.  " When they returned they were startled by seeing in the pulpit a deer,  quietly nibbling the decorations. The  animal is tame and has had the  freedom of the city extended to it  since it came into town to live some  months ago. In the excitement following   its   discovery   in   the   pulpit,  "the deer climbed into the choir loft,  from which it threatened to jump to  the body of the church. After much  persuasion  the  deer  was  led  to  the  and pillow slips, the auxiliary ladies  promising to make the sheets and  pillow-slips. if the material' is provided. Since the meeting the material has been purchased and the  auxiliary ladies already have the  sewing well-in hand.  The Board decided in the matte,  of monthly reports from c the nurse  to the Board and thence to the Government, that these should be signed  by the nurse and counter-signed by  the secretary of the Board.  In the. Enderby Opera House .that  throws ' a picture on the screen' as  isn't much, for a fact, but one-fifty! dear, as steady and as true as any  from the pockets of ten to twelve \ that can be seen anywhere. The new  million Canadians means a nice. bit. machine was installed last Saturday  of pocket   money  for  our   pampered' and   the   first   pictures   that   evening  were not.. clear' owing to the' faulty  adjustment of the carbons. On Monday   afternoon   and   evening   a   Tom  ,4     ..  KHHKHXHXKKXHXHHH  At last we have .a picture machine ^ .   m^������������������^ NOTES ' '*���������������������������  sugar barons..   ,  Now that the City has provided a  .warm, well lighted and roomy tie-  shed, there isn't any. excuse for so  many horses���������������������������saddle horses especially, being left standing tied on Cliff j  street, many of them prefering the  sidewalk=to^the^=street,=and=making,  it  inconvenient  for pederstrians.  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  The" long-delayed arrival of a plow  for Mr. Charlesworth's tractor has at  last been ended, and he is now. in .a  position to do the work he has been  planning.  ���������������������������   Mr. and Mrs. James and family returned to their home in Kelowna, af-  Mix.. special was put on. The reels. ter a residence here of some months,  were   broken   in   a   few   places   and during which time they made  many  friends who are sorry to see them go.  The  dance  given  by the  ladies of  Mara   Thanksgivnig   night   proved   a  caused some trouble to the operator  jbut on the whole the pictures' were  Ithe  best-shown  that  have been  seen  in "Enderby:   lighT good,  pictures  as  clear as the best and the story well-  After   travelling   the .Mabel   Lake balanced,  road the better part of the last two      jt  is   the  intention  of  the' present  months any animal with a thimbleful management to line up with the Can-  of horse sense might be. expected to  do just what one of the horses of the  Okanagan freight team did on Sunday afternoon, while being driven in  from a trip to the lake���������������������������be laid  down in the mud and died.  adian  Exhibitors   Exchange  in  securing   the  Vitagraph   productions,   with  CALLED TO  REVELSTOKB  It will be with sincere regret that  the people of Enderby and district  will hear that the Rev. J. R. Gretton  has been called to Revelstoke and is  to leave early in November. Mr. and  Mrs. Gretton have labored faithfully  and effectually in this field for nearly four years. .They have; not been  backward in accepting any call that  came to them wherein they could be  of assistance or inspiration .in. the  better things of life. They leave the  field with the knowledge that their  work and worth have been recognized and appreciated by all in every  walk of life in this commupnity.    *������������������������������������������������������  - Died of Pneumonia  The death of Mrs. Ornst occurred  on the Mabel Lake road last Sunday  while she was being driven from het  home ifl Trinity Valley to seek medical aid at the Enderby Hospital. The  deceased lady had been ill some days  but her condition was not considered  great   success,   many   being   present-  from the surrounding district, and it/  is  hoped "that there will  be more of  these events.  The farmers are taking advantage  of the, spell of fine weather to harvest the grain crops that have been  the Big Four���������������������������Douglas Fairbanks, | so long exposed to the weather, and  Mary Pickford, Mark Sennett and they are agreeably surprised to find  Doris Keane���������������������������leading, and with D. them in such good condition, and the  W. Griffiths "Broken Blossoms" and loss will not be so great as..was at  "The Love Flower."      a jone   time   expected.     No"  doubt   the  These new features will start in a cold weather has greatly retarded the  sprouting   of   the   grain.     There   are  ���������������������������  also some, very fine crops of roots in  this district.  month or six weeks' time.  MOZART   LADIES'   QUARTETTE  The first of a series of entertainments guaranteed to Enderby by a  number of our businessmen, from  serious ujitil'the day she was moved the Lyceum Bureau, will appear in  to Enderby. . The1 rough road and.the Opera House next Tuesday eve-  damp, chilly weather proved too -ning,.Oct. 26th. The Mozart Ladies'  strenuous for one in her serious con- Quartette   is   said   to  be   one   of-the  '   He���������������������������"Ba*h!   Wlhat  is. woman?     A  rag, a ibtonie and a hank of h'air."  She���������������������������"And  man?  A jag,  a drone  and a tank of a"ir."  dition! The funeral service was held  Tuesday afternoon . from the undertaking rooms of A. McPherson, and  were attended by all the residents of  the Behemian settlement in Trinity  Valley.  The old ipeer was on his deaJth-  beld talking to Ms.old coa'chmain.  "Yes, Jairaes, I'm off on a longer  journey t'bain you ever drove 'me."  "Shure sir, but never 'mind, it'll  be down hill all the way."  most delightful combinations of  wholesome entrtainment and artistic  music now before the public. Marie  Viol, the violinist, has enjoyed extensive European training. The  reader is Miss Dora Duncan, and  this .talented young artist is also an  accomplished violinist. Miss Tracey,  the celliste, hails from Wisconsin.and  has-the.*best musical training in'her  home state, while Edna Shelby, soprano soloist, is ,also pianist for the  orchestra  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  X GRINDROD X  xxxxxxxxxxxxxx  Lawson Stroulger shot a fine deer  last Sunday.  Mi'ss Woods spent the week-end  visiting Mrs. A. D. Stroulger of Grindrod. .'.......*  Mr.   Peterson   moved   back   to   Mr?  Edgar's   place (   where  he   intends   to  spend the winter taking out timber.  Familiar Sounds  "Really I  had  no idea it  was so  late."  "You.see it was a Ibusiness triip."  "I tried and tried to iphone you."  "Now honey, be reasonable.  They  are firom the  robe  in  Bill's, car���������������������������it  The' program   is   elabor- sheds awiCully." ���������������������������fi  'OKANAGAN COMMONEB  THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1920  <2Mtaitagatt Commoner  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Published  every Thursday at Enderby. B. C, by thc Walker Press, at  S3 per year; $1.50 six months.  H. M.   WALKER  (Member  of  the  United   Typothetae^ of America)  .-advertising Rates  c  Contract or Regular���������������������������4 0c a sqiiirle-couunvn inch up to  half page;  over half-page, 30c an iiu-Ji each insertion.  Transient or irregular���������������������������50c an inch; cash to accompany copy to insure publication.  Want. Ads���������������������������20c per lino lir<t insertion, 10c per line  each  subsequent insertion. Conn. C  words 'to line.  Local Notices���������������������������20c per line;  Local readers,  10c line.  Cards of Thanks, $1.00.  Legal Notice.i-���������������������������15c per line 1st insertion; 16c per  line each subsequent insertion.  Water Notices���������������������������150 words- and under, $10.00; each-  additional 50 words, 91.00. Land Notices, Timber Licenses, Cen!.ificaies of Improvement, $10.0 0 for GO days,  $7 for 3 0 days.  THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1920  Where Will It End?  Thc regulation passed hy lhc Board ol' Commerce forbidding the buying ol' sugar on lhc  open markcl and confining all purchases to lhc  five or six sugar refineries in lhc Dominion���������������������������our  biles are likely to follow Ford's lead. In short,  whereas lhc dollar bill used to buy less than fifty-  cents Worlh, it is'already'worth.more tlian hali-  a-dollar in purchasing power. It should, and  doubtless, will, recover appreciably more, but not  probably a very great deal. The prospects are  that there will bc declines in those commodities  and raw materials and finished products which  havc thus far resisted the downward trend, but  lhal Ihosc things which havc already fallen severely will not go considerably lower. The  journey at present is rough and rocKy, bul it is  sonic comfort lo know lhal wc arc Headed in  lhc right direction."  This magazine has its finger on lhc pulse of  thc business world and speaks of conditions in  thc United Slates, where, some months" ago, the  (iovernnienl, Ihrough ils Board oi' Commerce,  inaugurated a movement lo gradually lower lhc  cosl "of living. Sugar and flour were lhc first to  experience adrop. Thcrc was no panic in prices,  there was no crash in the business world. The  tendency in Canada is in a similar direction, in  spite of'the��������������������������� tenacious holding-on of lhc profiteer.  Tlie tendency of sugar prices is t!o\\������������������nward, in  sympathy willi the movement across thc border.  II was lo" prevent lhis downward tendency in thc  price of sugar Ilia I the sugar men wcnl lo lhc  Government and! secured the order of the Board  of Commerce forbidding the buying of sugar of  anvonc ��������������������������� except the members of lhc Canadian  This order, had il been allowed  Ottawa group from all quarters, a storm that the  Government could not ignore, and as a result llie  for- Ih.c time  where  hold-up order was overruled, e.nd,  buy  sugar  being at least, wholesalers can  il can bc houghl cheapest.  All the excuses the Government can offer for  passing lhc sugar order cannol silence lhc voice  of the people againsl such an order being passed,  even if the Government did turn over and make  it nen-eil'eclive. Nor can any amouni of whimpering on tlie part of the. sugar men who tried to  put lhc deal.oyer convince lhe people of tlie  justice of their appeal -for protection. For some.  mo!i?hs-,nll sugar rcgulalohs have been removed  and   the .sugar kings have  .. .        .  liil  o  fro i  ���������������������������^      o-- -    * >    ��������������������������� .      ���������������������������......  .....   ............ ���������������������������j..  .'ie silualion.    Thc price immediately jumped   m 1 S'i and 15c a pound to 21k.   And this price  has bcen maintained, in face of lhc fact that the  sugar market broke weeks ago and it has been  possible lo lay sugar down from thc American  "refineries at any wholesale point in Canada a I 17c  iny slock in  I lie clap-trap  results wliich will follow if cugar, prices arc al  lowed lo come down. Nor will the people bc very  much scared by thc threat of lhc sugar men thai  thcy will not sell thc sugar they have on hand  below thc price lhcy arc demanding to be set by  the Governmcnl. They will havc a swelLcsvfcct  time if lhcy have lo ca"t il, and this is whal lhe  people wilMell Ihem lo do if any further attempt  is made to boost sugar prices by Government  regulations. Thc sugar men of Canada arc not  the only class who stand to lose some by the reduction in lhc cost of living. Nevertheless, it is  necessary lhat prices'bc lowered. Any action on  l. ,~ >^,, _^...,....-.. Ih.c part "of lhe Government, to'keep up prices in  en full advantage the inleresl of one class and againsl the .interests  "'of lhc whole people should bc and will bq resented, and if persisted in musl lead to trouble.  On Eve of Provincial Election  and  body  mfanl   thai  open ma*"1  onlv o  Supposing lhe order o  lad'been allowed  lo sland  vhoh  isalcrs  According lo   lhc   word   of Attorney General  lhc Governing.Farris, givcVal a Liberal mccling in Vancouver  siimii. il would have;a few nights ago, thc Province is on lhc eve of an  could   not  buv   on   thcielection."  In his lalk lo his followers IhcAllor-  orward very  oulder in   an  I'll1   t ii   4Lv/ii_.k;Li. i%.i i������������������        >.v;luvi i:v;l        _._������������������������������������._> \/ii n i\>  ) vik-wi.jL\.  i n -���������������������������������������������������������������       * *���������������������������**/       ������������������.������������������_������������������..������������������-       .. ���������������������������       __,.-..       -  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  arket sugar al 17c or less but must buyjney General said: "We arc looking i  uii!V in Canadian r< fineries al 23c or higher���������������������������the shortly   lo  fighting  shoulder   to  shc...,,^   ...   ...  price lo he sel bv lhc sugar monopoly" wilh thej election.    \Ve will present a united front as.Lib  governing board behind iL    In facl, lo use a com-jcrals.    Ibnighl, jusl"on  lhe even  of battle,  \v.  mon illustration,lhc governing hoard would, hold  c  . eel here in solemn anticipation oi' "what is  lhe people's hands while lhc sugar men weni ahead of us, but arc sure that victory will rest  lliromih lhcir pockets. Thai "is precisely whal j wilh us, and lhal wc will send six representatives  such Im order means. And one bright defender [from Vancouver lo the Legislature al Victoria.  of !he ho!d-un order protests lhal he cannol per- Just now and until the election is over,' he pro-  ceivo anv reason in lhc people complaining, as illcccdcd, "il will be necessary for mc to work more  would have mean I only a dollar and a half oul j wilh you in Vancouver, even if J have lo neglect  of everv individual's pocket had the order been ito somc degree my departmental duties. I wish  allowed lo stand. lo point out to you���������������������������and it is no secret,���������������������������that it  Premier Meighen showed wisdom in cancelling his trip wesl for the present and returning  (o Oiiawf, in connection wilh thc sugar hold-up  regulation.  will not bc long before we Liberals arc called  upon to return the Oliver Government."  ... _..ls_.-  _..,_-.-..,_      Wc predicted in these columns some months  The people arc in  no  condition ofjago thai lhc Oliver Government would go to the  lislen   lo  anv  palaver  aboul   the  good | people this fall,   il is the logical lime, even ii the   ,_...  Jie Government while its Hail wav Com- 'Government hasn't much lo offer lo commend it  missoners and ils Board of Commerce arc put-jlo thc people or lhal would call lor its return to  Una over  deals  evervone.  of  which   are.  adding .power.   All it can od'er is an increase in tjiciro  n  dc  nr!   io  Vs-"*'  icavier burcien  upon  ie.se  un mission rub  "ihemV'ls it not'strange! vincia! dcbl of from $19,000,000 to $30,000,000,  Vigs and board or-'inspite of thc increase in laxes and the imposing  der* .d\v;;_vs iin nose new burdens on lhe people?! of other U:xcs_ never before levied.    But lillle as  Aresyy JTjTT Interests"^  Can  they over-buy. and  then go  lo  ment  an  say,  "Here.  Arthur,  we're  and we want you to squeeze lhc peo]  <<r hold -In ''i while we do il, lo pay  loading."    While   these   things   arc  Ottawa   Premier  Mcighcn   will   nol  pathetic hearing in the Wesl.  P  the f'overn-  ovcrloaded  for [lie overgoing on a I  havc  a  svm-  If  can  hold  thc 1  imds of the  and legaiiy  wisdom  in going lo lhe people al this time.    To  wait until next year certainly would nol improve  ils position, nor will genera! conditions bc morc  conducive to a satisfied spirit in lhc people.  Insuring Against Want  VI ������������������*  lake Ike" will for* TJsie deed.,  So the prover������������������b declares  ''B'vft.,its really ofvlittle avail  I/^youtr WILL is to pSctronize  i     merchants    &:t home,  j^ou,rB������������������EDis-to bay things  We roost ofus^RE e&rnest ~>  men of d>ood vull , -       "     <$  Ira redfrrd, of'the place we resideJ|,  JEbuL,&I^s, we too  often  F&II       Jf^V  1 I r~    .   . ���������������������������?*������������������____________ . >P$S^  ^sbor-toTthe   DEEDS  lhat are called for by real  SSSZ3ES&BSBSI  sasaasssfejfBUY WHERE  5H^  you    LIVE  ..������������������1 Si 5������������������������������������__.%i__.r3|  ESTABLISHED 1872  WiNNIPEGsggSsg  OFFICE-^ ~~  THE DOMINION GOVERN-  nient- is liiakins special efforts  lhis year to stimulate agriculture throughout Canada. The  Bank of Hamilton will clo  everyhing possible to help the  Government by its favorable at"  titudc towards all legitimate requirements.  K OF HAMILTON  JXO. SMART,'Local Manager ENDERBY, 13. C.  ermg  of   Treasury   Stock   to   the   resident^   of   the. Okanagan .    ...  Valley,  the  Company wishes  to have  its  Stock  held by  the subscribers to its service.  SALIENT  FEATURES���������������������������  Bettor interest returned than bank deposits. -      ,  Earning power of Company will be greatly increased  by additional working capital.  The    Company   has    been    well    and    conservatively .  managed.  Increasing demand for service.  The Company's representative, Major p. II. Smith, is now^  ��������������������������� in the Valley and will be "in this district shortly.- In the .  meantime, all information desired by prospective investors will be gladly furnished by The Walker Press, Enderby.  Okanagan Tejepjwme Company  A. B. GODFREY, Manager, Vernon, B.C.    Pineapple  Jam  !l  Merc continuous cll'ort, accumulation wilhoul  fixed  plan  or system,  niggardly  economy on  he   one   hand   and   reckless   prodigality   on   the  llie Co  peenJi' vhil" the sutfar men reach iu  rslracl onc-'iflv per head, whal i.s to prevent thi.j...^     ,      ���������������������������  .,      - ,.  same ero-edure he'ni'j, followed bv olher com-Jollier, arc nol specifies for old age. \\ c well  bines?' We believe the men al Ottawa, woefullv\ know tliat strict attention lo business, a policy  misjude'e the people of Canada in ihinkim.f thev of ".sawing wood" or lhc process of spending  will submit lo these repealed "orders"���������������������������always! lillle and accumulating much docs not always  V favor of ������������������������������������������������������capital" and againsl the interests of work out in the accepted dramatic formula o.  lhc consumer. ' "living  happilv  ever  afler"   fifty.     A  deliberate  Which Policy is the Safer?  F'.rhr-s  Hie  dol  ga./.inc. published in New York, says,  i.s beginning  to buy more.    It-now  Ma  lar  ;t  more  it wholesale,  and  is  gradually  "living happilv ever alter' fifty.  study1 of results compiled by lhc Magazine o  Wall Slreel by an eminent statistician leads to  somc amazing* revelations, which prove that the  aforesaid good intentions do not materialize in  practice.    Thc ligures prove:  1. At "lhc age of forty-live, only 4 per cent havc  ccnl arc independent.  buvs a   K)i  more ai   wooio-aic.  mm   is  j_.r_M-<u.iMv i     -��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� .-.. ���������������������������...-��������������������������� -=>������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������> "    v r    ���������������������������>��������������������������� ..���������������������������  hegin.nin- So buv more al retail.    The dollar will .accumulated; anything���������������������������and kept it.   ^ ^ r_pnvp|.  buv a pn.'.nd or" Iwo more of sugar.    Tt will buy    .2. Aflcr.fi ly, not onc in a hundred can iccovci  more coirce. Tt will buy morc rice.   You now get his unancml  looting, and not moie than Z pci  more for your dollars when you go to buy shoes.  You can buy the same dress* or thc same suit for  less money.*   The merchant gives you more col-  ton <'.oods"fnr a dollar. A $5 hill buys aboul twice  a.s much silk as it did a year ago.    Many chemicals have  tumbled  headlong.    Lumber  i.s  down  frcm   live  fo  Shirty-five  per cent,  depending on  quahl.v.    Men's ha'ls for  the .Fall  havc not been  marked  a I   the  fancy prices  predicted, You   can  gel more  tho i'i fourcollars for a dollar.    Aulo-  .noble tires- are distinctly cheaper, and aulomo-  A London parrot recently laid its first egg at  lhc aac of 30. When wc were keeping hens once  one of Ihem was quite a parrot in. the matter ot  laying, but she dicd before shc was 36.  The Winnipeg Telegram is the last newspaper  to quit, after publishing twenty-seven years. It  was taken over on lhc 10Hi inst by the Winnipeg  Tribune.  Have  you  ever  tried   it?    Better have 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.  Puncan Pros.  QUALITY STORE  ENDERBY, B.C.  EPWARP  A rair.e that stands for the best in hotel service  Kicg E4ward Hotel    %**������������������****   ' En4erby  ZASO  Save9 cream now lost by all' other separators (see  Purdue Bulletin No. 116) because it skims clean  at widely ^varying speeds. Delivers even cream  at all speeds. Simple. Tubular bowl���������������������������no discs..  Come in and see it work! Enderby, B. C.  FULTON  HARDWARE  CO.  j 4>  THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1920  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  yxo -���������������������������*?���������������������������  ,  ^- ;;MADB  I N y-r-y  ; ^.vcanadA J. ni  TOUGHIXG  At fi'rst she touches up   iher hair,  To see if it's in placer  And'then,  with  manner debonaire,  ���������������������������She  touches  up  her face.  A itouchsof curls behind the -ear,  A .touch, to cuff and' collars,  And then she's offoto diuibby dear  fTo touch him for ten dollars.   .  t.AM>  REGISTRY  ACT  Contrast These Positions  Against "Doctrine of Special Creation  . Re an undivided half interest in  Legal Subdivision 15 and .part of  Legal.Subdivisions 9, 10, 16, Section  27, and .part of Legal Subdivisions 1  and 8 and- part of South-east i/,, Section 34, Township 18, Range 9  west of 6th Meridian, Province of  British Columbia, save and except  part of Legal Subdivision 10, Section 27, Township 18, Range 9,  west of 6th Meridian, Province.of  British   Columibia. -  ���������������������������Whereas iproof of loss of certificate of title No. 17119a. issued to  Patnick H .Murphy.and covering the  above land has 'been filed in this office.- .-"..'  Notice is hereby given that at the  expiration of one month, fromi the  first publication .hereof, I. shall issue  .a duplicate of the said"certificate of  Title unless in the meantime valid  objection hereto be made to me in  . writing.  .Pated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, D. C, thia 13th day  of September, A. D., 1920.  H. V. CRAIG,     .  S16-5t District Registrar.  notice  - In thc daily press, dispatches under date of  Oct. lGlh, one from New York and one from  Montreal, arc of particular interest to the people  of Canada at this lime.   Heic thcy are:  "New York���������������������������Following the announcement:' yesterday  that a chain of grocery stores in this city had reduced  the retail price of sugar to 10 cents a pound, came information that a general reduction to this figure was likely  within a week or ten days. Both grocers and refiners  are inclined to attribute the decrease in sugar prices to  the frugality of t/hc housewives who buy In small quantities when the price is high. The American Sugar Refining Company and others said tliis custom was largely  responsible for the surplus of sugar they Had on hand.  Prices were  cut to  get  rid  of the surplus."  "Montreal���������������������������. So far as present conditions go in the J  Canadian sugar industry there is every Indication that  matters have come to a point where there is to be a  "showdown" which will settle the matter of price for  good. The big refineries here and in the maritime provinces are closed down, and it is stated that they, will  remain closed for an indefinite period or until the situation clears. Further, the refineries have refused to sell  sugar until they can do so at a profit."  . In these dispatches wc have illustrated the two  policies of the the sugar men: that of the United  Stales and lhat of Canada. The former, instead  of complaining of a surplus rid appealing to the  government to help them unload lhe surplus on  the people at a present-day proiil, take upon  themselves to unload at the best price obtainable  and give lhe people the benefit. In lhc Montreal  dispatch another picture is presented���������������������������that of a  pampered, protected bully, who is sore al being  crossed and starts to pout.  If thc sugar men of Canada demand a "showdown", let them have it. Gould the time foe more  opportune for thc Hon. Arthur Meighen to give  a clear indication of the Government's policy?  Is his government for the sugar combine or for  thc people?. The issue has been made clear, and  thcy have asked a "showdown." Why shouldn't  that answer be that if our refiners refuse to sell  on thc open market, with "the present rale of ex-.  change and tariff in their favor, then, in order  to protect the people every protective obstacle  in forcc against tlie importation of sugar from  any country should be removed, and our sugar  men who now have their back up could mellow  ������������������vhcn thcy feel disposed.        0  Canon Barnes has raised a storm of controversy  in British Church circles by bis sermon at Cardiff  during thc meeting of thc British Association, in  wliich he disputed "the truth of special creation as  described iii thc Genesis narratives. In ils report  of the sermon the London Times says thai Canon  Barnes gave various instances to show thc gradual acceptance oi' thc idea of evolution by Christian thinkers during the last generation, and emphasized the significance of the facl lhat, so far  as hc was aware, no bishop, no Nonconformist  divine, no scholar or man oi science of eminence  had come forward to deny explicitly that man is  descended from'1 the lower animals, or to assert  tliat thc Fall was a historical fact. Alluding to  lhc contention lhat a revolution in religious  thought was best made in silence, he urged that  modern conceptions of thc origin of the earth  and of man were now acccsiblc in popular form,  and that thc silence of Christian teachers with  regard to them Was responsible for the alienation  of thc younger educated men and women from  the Christian Churches. The aloofness of the  younger men "was an old story, and so long as the  younger women- remained within the churches  thc position was not desperate. But lhcy were  nmv tauaht in their .secular studies principles to  which Christian teachers paid no heed. These  younger educated women desired, not a substitute for Christianity, but that lhe clergy should  preach the old gospel in the light of the new  knowledge. Christian clergy could no longer  close their minds or sermons^ to the new ideas.  Thc closed mind would lead, sooner or later, to  the closed church.  It has taken a Gcrman chemist to discover tlie  secret of the diamond. A Berlin renorl says the  discovery was made in connection with the manufacture" of dynamite, and that many diamonds  of good size and quality have been procured by  thc process. The cost of making diamonds by  the Gcrman process is said to be high, but that  stones.can bc made at a cost 40 per cent lower  than the price at the diamond mines.  While thc Government at Ottawa is hearing  the pros and cons in the sugar case, would it not  bc well to remember that it will pay better today  than it ever did before to try to make prices suit  the people's pockets rather than suit the pockets  of the profiteer.  To Whom, it May Concern:  After this date I will not be responsible for -.any debts contracted  in my name, or charged against  ' any member of my fawily, unless  goods are supplied on, written order from me.  <    W.   H.  GOLTGHTL'?.  Enderby,   B.C.,  Sept.   23,   1920. -  s23-4p    O    W. A. JIUSSPW.  CONTRACTOR  &   BUJLPER  JE-Iou se-buiMtog- and ...barn . framing.  Phone 82 and get a -price on your  requirements. Building materials  below market -price.  Concrete mixer to rent; also floor  scraper and poHsher.    A- HEEVES  W.M.  A.F-&A.M-  Enderby J.odge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thurnday on or after the  full moon Rt 8 p. va. in Masonic Hall- -Vteiting  brethren cordially invited  lc. Jf. BEEVES  Secretary  ������������������        .  ISNPERBY   LOPGE  No. 36. K. of P.  Meets 1st & 3rd Monday ere  in Masonic Hall.   Visltoracor-  dially invited to attend.  E. G. GRAY. C. C  II. M. WALKEB. K. B. S  B. J. COLTART. MF.  EUREKA JLODGE NO 50  J. O. O. F.  Meets, every Tuesday evening at 8  o'clock.   Visiting brothers cordially  invited.  W. 4. BUSSEWi. N.G.        D. K. GLENN.V.G.   H. A. TEECE. Sec.  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,   S.  Notary Public.  1NSUBANCE  Bell Blk. .      Enderby, B.C.  Ford Truck for Sals  Cost $1059 last Fall.    Will sell "for  $700.  An exceptionally good bargain for  anybody wanting a truck.  - The new parts installed in this  truck this Fall are: One new magneto, rear axle, rear wheels and cord  tires.  Engine in excellent running condition.   ..  For quick sale will sell entire outfit consisting of factory body and cab,  stake sides, cattle rack, side seats,  cover, rope and set of heavy truck  chains. j  E..J. COOKE  106  Schubert St. Vernon.    Phone 491  When you want the Best  Meats and Service, go to  GEO. Ri SHARPE .  Wholesale  and^ Retail  Butcher  -   Enderby, B. C.  f  TUB J3WPBESS OF CANADA AFTER BEING LAUNCHED.  The Empress of Canada, a twin screw geared turbine oil burning passenger liner, built to  the order of the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services, Limited, especially for their trans-Pacific  service, was recently launched at the yards of the Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co.,  Limited, Govan, Scotland.  The christening ceremony, which was performed by Mrs. G. M. Bosworth, the wife of  the chairman of the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services, Limited, went through without a  !__.   *A I*.  The ship is 653 ft. long, 77 ft. 9 ins. wide and has a depth to the bridge deck of 53 ft.  6 ins.- Her gross tonnage is about 22,000 tons, and she is arranged to carry about 490 first  class, 106 second class, 238 third class passengers, and 547 of a crew. Of the cargo spaces,  a large portion has been fitted for. the carriage of silk. The ocean speed is about 21 knots.  The vessel is built to the highest class of Lloyd's register, to full Board of Trade requirements and sub-divided in full accordance with the requirements of the Bulkhead convention.  A complete system of telephones with a central exchange is fitted to the special and  private suites and various offices, etc.  . The dining saloon is on the upper deck and will accommodate 325 persons, a large reception room is situated forward of the dining saloon with passenger elevator at the fore end r  on this deck also is a swimming pool 30 ft. long by 18 ft. wide, and a gymnasium.  Throughout the vessel special attention is everywhere given to the fact that the Empress of Canada is to serve in a semi-tropical climate; public rooms are therefore large and  airy and the ventilation amply arranged. The maiden voyage of the Empress-of Canada  .will be a tour of the world, starting from Liverr>ool. March 15. 1921-   ..^-r;.-^������������������^i.:^^-~^^  TO THIS STORE       ;  Fall   and   Winter    Goods 'arriving  flaily. '-  Men's and Poys' Mackinaw Coats  and Jumpers. vCars's .Pants, in grey  and .black. - ..."        **"  Largest range of Men's and Boys'  Sweater Coats, Jerseys, etc., ever  shown' in Enderby  Stanfield's  Penman's -.and  Watson's  Underwear in two-piece and combinations.  flmferby Supply-Co.  |(XX������������������������������������KS'������������������KXK������������������������������������KKX  x "concerts* and meetings  X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  To avoid future misunderstandings,  persons desiring special calls for  meetings of any kind: church or society notices, amiomicemen_ts_ of en-  tWttuhnWnts, "concerts, etc^ in the"  local columns of the Commoner, will  kindly note that the prevailing rate  for advertisements of this nature���������������������������  purely business locals���������������������������is 15c a line  first insertion, 10c a line each subsequent   insertion.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������ n  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 declaration 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  ln the afternoon of the 31st day of  October, 1920.  Form of declaration can be obtained at the City Hall.  GRAHAM   ROSOMAN,   City  Clerk  NOTICE  I have sold my stock and business  at Grindrod to 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. 21, 1920  SOMETHING   WRONG  ������������������ 5! V. 5? 5? JS SC 5��������������������������� X X X X X X X X X  X CHURCH   SERVICES X  X KXS;XX5CXXXX S? S? X X it   President. Ian  Mackenzie, of the G.W.  ST. ANDREWS CHURCH V.A.-of-Vancouver   Speaks  so  as  Minister, Rev. John W. Stott, B.A. to be  Understood  Morning at 11���������������������������Sermonette, "The  Wonderful Ring." Evening at 7.30.  Sunday School, at 10 a.m. Mt-Ida at  3 p. m.  METHODIST CHURCH  Pastor, Capt. Rev. J. G. Gibson, j  Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Bible!  Class in conjunction with the Sunday i  School. Divine Service at 7.30 p.m.  Subject. "The Dayspring" Come and I  enjoy the singing.  __ !  ENDERBY     OPERA     HOUSE  "THE   SCARLET   PIMPERNEL"  SATURDAY,   OCT.   23  also   Sunshine   Comedy.',   "Mongrels"  *3TThis is a SPECIAL, and usuai  price of admission is 50c and 25c, but'  owing to tlie Tom -Mix special having been shown Thanksgiving Day,  the price to be charged for Dustin  Farnum will be 40c ancl 20c. Show to  start at S.30.  y x x x a x x x x x x x x x a x  it Correspondents.and others will 5'  S5 please note that hereafter all an-55  5' nouncements relating to - dances, S?  SC concerts, meetings, etc., must be SC  SC classed as business locals, and SC  SC must be accompanied by cash. SC  SC stamps or money order to pay forSC  SC the insertion, at the rate of 15c aSC  SCline of six words or fraction there-SC  Hot. Otherwise such announce-SC  SC ments will not appear. SC  SC S< SC SC SC X SC SC SC SC X X x x X X X  At the regular meeting of the G.W.  V. A., Vancouver, last Thursday evening, a strong resolution was passed  condemning the sugar ruling which  was passed and afterwards withdrawn by the Ottawa Government.  In the course of his remarks on the  motion. President Ian Mackenzie hit  the salient facts when he said: "For  the second time within a very short  period the government has shown  that it. is not acting on behalf of the  people, but rather in favor of the  Canadian Manufacturer's Association  and the big interests," declared he.  "Not satisfied with giving the railroads increased rates the government  now, by the sugar order of the Board  of Commerce, favors the refiners.  There is something wrong somewhere, and a wave of indignation is  sweeping across the country against  these rulings."  THE  SUGAR  SITUATION  Want  3c a word first insertion. 2c * word each insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charge: 10c extra  where caeh does not accompany order.  FOR SALE���������������������������At a-bargain:   one horse  r.uiet  to  drive  or  ride;   7  yrs  old;  sound;   also  buggy,  cutter, harness,  - saddle,    bridle,    robe   and    blanket.  A;riiy.   Rov.   I.   R.   Pretton.     o21-2p  SHAKES FOR'' SALE���������������������������Apply Harry  Worth,  Trinity Valley.Lumby.  o!4-3  FOR SALE���������������������������Sow, young pigs, a work  mare "and colt. Apply, A. E. Bobb,  Enderby-Salmon Arm road, Tom-  kin's corner.    ,        ^ ol-l-tf  FOR SALE���������������������������Young pigs, six weeks  old;    also   Purebred   Duroc   Jersey  - boar. (14 months old.) M A Dangel,  Grindrod, B C o21-2c  FOR EXCHANGE���������������������������Alberta improved  farms. "\Ve trade everything."  Wittiehcn's   Limited,   Calgary.   o7tf  WANTED���������������������������Customers for milk in  Enderby.     Box   R..   Commoner. o7tf  FOR SALE���������������������������Fine yearling heifer;  grade; milking; Shorthorn; $45  cash. Box S.,  Commoner.      o7tf  TEAM FOR SALE���������������������������Weight 2,600;  true   workers.       J.    M ell is,    Deep  Alarmed at the storm of protest  Jand indignation-caused by its conduct  j in connection Avith the price of sugar,  , the Dominion cabinet has decided to  ] go back on its deal with the sugar  I speculators.  j It will, no doubt, be awkward explaining to the refiners just where  ! the scheme fell down. That task,  -;however, will ��������������������������� be much easier than  ! the one of making satisfactory ex-  j planation to the public. Things the  j public want to know are:  I (a) How much per pound did re-  | fillers pay for stocks on hand?  j (b) What is their net cost F. O. U.  ; cars ready for delivery- to wholesalers?  (c) What were the profits of the  different companies for the years  1915 to,, 1920?   .  I (d) Supposing existing stocks were  I sold at prevailing American prices,  ! what .would be the average net profit  iper. year for the five years "ending  j December, 1920?  ] Until these questions are answered  j the public will have no patience with  meaningless explanations.  ' The whole transaction is, a' fair  sample of "what-has been going on at  the Capital for.some time. Because  it was unsuccessful does not alter tht.  cold fact that at Ottawa certain interests have become too nowerful for  the good of the Canadian public.-^  Vancouver Sun.  Creek.  s23-tf  LV-BOARD Gasoline engine for  sale for small 'boat; 2-li.p; Canadian make'; in good condition;  ���������������������������price ?75.00. Walker Press, Enderbv..  Watch for  announcement  of date of our  November  One Cent Sale  A. Reeves  Druggist and Stationer.  ENDERBY  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 first-class novels cos-ting* 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.  WILSON'S  THE    POPULAR   VARIETY  STORE  Postoffice  one door  East  ENDERBY,  B.C. '  LUMBY   PRIZE   WINNERS  It is a long drive from Trinity Val-"  ley to Armstrong, and few farmers  would undertake such a trip with ,������������������i  load of poultry, heifer calves, vegetables, eggs, cream.1 etc., but Mr. and  Mrs. Harry Worthy undertook it.  They felt that they had some winners and wanted to prove it, more  for their own satisfaction than the  money of the prizes. Here is a list  of their winnings on that one wagon  BY AEROPLANE  TO PARIS.  load  of stock and  produce:  1st and 2nd heifer calves; special  for two best females of dairy breeds  under 1 year.  1st and 2nd Buff Wyandotte Cockerel; 1st and 2nd hen; 1st and 3rd  pullet;  1st, 2nd and 3rd pen.  1st field turnips, 1st field carrots,  1st sugar mangles. 2nd Carmen potatoes. Special for best exhibit of  cream from Enderby district; 2nd in  brown eggs.  A' distinctly novel attraction baa  now been provided in the C.P.R. office windows at Charing Cross, an  attraction which has been much admired by the crowds who have gathered to make i'nspection. The fine ������������������  windows usually devoted to the exhibition of things Canadian is being  occupied by an excellent model aerodrome of the Aircraft Transport and  Travel, Limited, at Hendon, together  jwith scientifically accurate models  |of various-types of aeroplanes and  .'airships.  *| Such a display in a railway and  shipping office may seem rather un-  ;usual at first sight, but is really a  sign of the times, also marking much  enterprise on the part of the Dominion Express Company of Canada.  [Realising the importance of maintaining a really "Express" service,  if its name is still to be justified, the  Dominion Express Company, the  premier Express Company in Canada,  made arrangements to act as Passenger and Parcels Agents for. the  Aircraft Transport and Travel Limited on their London-Paris daily  jair service.  j It is thus possible for either passengers or parcels to be booked for  'conveyance by aeroplane to or from  London and, Paris through any of the  pominion Express Company's offices,.  in Europe, and these, in addition to  London are to be found in important .  cities such as Liverpool, Glasgow,  Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and  Paris.  The advantages of this arrangement are many, for the Dominion  Express, holding as lt does the exclusive right of shipping Express  parcels over the entire C.P.R. system, as agents for the Aeroplane"  Service can ensure that an Express  package scheduled to catch a certain  ship actually "reached its dest'nation  in Canada in the shortest possible  space of time. As time is - money  nowadays, more than ever it was. it  is easy to realise what an important  'adjunct an Air Service is to an Express Company.  1 The time-table shows that only 2'4.  hours.is occupied on the journey to  or from London and Paris���������������������������urgent  letters are carried at 2 shillings and  6 pence per ounce over the ordinary  letter rate.  Parcels-for delivery in Paris on the  same day have to be handed in at tbe  London office of the Dominion Express Company.-62-65, Charing Cross,  London. S/W., before. 10.30 a.m. The  parcels rates range from Is. 6d. to 2s.  6d. per lb. according to quanfity.  while special rates are quoted for  large and regular consignments. The  single fare for passengers Is 1-5 guineas which includes a car -to convey the  passenger to HounsJow. the starting  point. The Dominion Express Com-,  pany's officials at Charing Cro'-s have  every reason to believe that a lars"a  proportion of Canadian visitors to  Europe this .year will take adyanlap-c  of the ease with which it Is now possible to book seats for a real riving  Jvisit to the Continent through their  joffice: In fact, If they so wish, a  imotor car can pick them up in Tra-  ifalgar Square, and .In under' throe  hours they can be walking along the  Champa Ely sees.  farm Acreage In p. C.  The total acreage under grain  cultivation in-3i*iiish Columbia  in 1919 amounted to 193,000  acres. The total yield of grain  of all descriptions was 0,420,000  bushels, a^ *^re far in excess  of ^T������������������l "8r^Tlie"jHBcfcxrgcr^u  hav amounted to 140,000 acres,  and the yield to 230,000 tons.  Thc acrchgc undfcr rootfc was  32,000 acres, and the vicld was  over 200,000 tons, of which 50  per ccnl was potatoes. The  amount of livestock in the province shows a small increase. An  estimate of the poultry reveals  an increase of 170,000 head of  all kinds.  Jobless   days  on  the   farm   are  as  scarce as bene without a cack'!e.  A spineless farmer never hobnobs  wit'h  a  weedless farm.  Now is the time to get  that Overlan4 4  A reduction of $140 has been made on the Willy Overland FJour. This  Avill be the price until July 1st next.  We have a few cars now on hand , and these we will sell at the old  price less $140. The difference in bu ying one of these cars and a car to  come-in later is the sum of $35 in fa vor 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  miles per gallon.  Call and allow us to demonstrate.  Jas. McMahon & Son Enderby  Let us supply your Fall and  Winter Hardware  Ranges,   Furnaces,   Heating   Stoves, Stove. Pipes, Elbows,  Tees, etc.  Everything  in  the  heating line.  Shelf  Hardware,   Locks,   Hinges,   Nails.  .Have you looked our stock of Linoleum   over?       We   carry   a   large ������������������  number of patterns.    Price, $1.65 persquare yard.  Linoleum  Rugs  in  beautiful  patterns, $18 to $29.  Crockery and Fancy China.    Our. stock is very complete.  Dinner Sets, $22 to $35.  Community * Silverware   at  prices which are the same as sold-throughout Canada.  Harness   and  Harness   Parts,  Sweat Pads, Collars, etc.  You" will  find  our  stock the  most complete ever carried  in Enderby  and our prices right.  Plumbing,  Heating  and  Tinsmithing.  Write or phono your orders to us.  Lime,   plaster   and   cement.  Fulton Hardware Company  Plumbing Heating ��������������������������� Tinsmithing *    ENDERBY, B. C.  ___J  i     -  Look!     Dance!      Listen!  OPERA HOUSE    .  ENDERBY, B. C. .  Monday, Oct. 25  DANCING AT 9 P. M.  SINGING   NOVELTIES!  MELODY   JAZZ!  Shubert's Original  Jazz  OF CHICAGO,  ILL  ADMISSION,   $1.00  SPECTATORS, 50c  Fall & Winter Clothes  We handle the famous STANFIELD Underwear for Men. Our  new stock unpacked this week. Prepare for winter by buying  now'when selection is complete.    Remember, these goods sell fast.  Also a complete line of Rubbers, Boots and Shoes,   Hats, Caps  and Gloves, of the most dependable makes.  E. B. DILL  Gents' Furnishings  Five Rose* Flour  Groceries  Teece  A WelJ-*tocfce4  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.  Ph<m* 43   flour, Y**4 * Groceriet  On the Tires  rest an auto's usefulness. The best  car' made cannot run well with poor  or defective tires. Among our auto  supplies==tires==and,==_tir_e__=accesso..le!i=  are ah important part. We carry a  full supply of inner tubes, pumps and  in fact, everything pertaining to  tires as  well  as  the rest of tlie ma  chine.  Note our address.  RANP'S GARAG������������������  PNPPRBY  CIVIC FHLLBP^ii  .hint lo tne wise is sufficient '  'so the old proverb &<?clai*es,  But there ace folks to hints so deficient     1  Tfou're tempted to kick them down stairs.  BLHo hints '.that a whole -town must;  Suffer... ' ."-..,  '.     t       .   2     i-i  %ni outside,  xs Touaher  PRIDE.  BUY WMERg  YOU   UVfc  $3 pays for the Commoner  I  .VSi  m  H-:  I  'S  s*  ���������������������������i'i  t%i  m  M  *jii  m  At  *:'.!  rVJ  ii  - ril  i r  ���������������������������������������������'.  '4  tt  vl  r,  t  one  year


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