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 ry v-Av c *���������������������������-"4A ,,-\  *-������������������k.^--  ^  B B^  /.f;  "v^-*  ' V ,r.;~-^-./'?j2.-V  ..* -���������������������������'���������������������������'. T ���������������������������.--**->������������������---j" *  v*'^A^L'V-'i-,*";K'  intitiuiiigir  IN wrilfeH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Vol. 14, No. 4, Whole No. 679.  THURSDAY, APhtt   14, 1921  Subscription, $_3  City Council Pass Estimates  and Strike Bate of 38 Mills  At a meeting of the City Council  Monday evening the following estimates were considered and finally  passed ' and a tax rate of 3S mills  struck to provide the necessary revenue for the year's operations:  REVENUE  Cash  on hand Jan.  1,  192V. .$1,110.25  Sundry accounts         941.69  Arrears of Taxes   ... $9,414.20    '  Interest   on   ditto      500.00   ,.  Waterworks    rates for  year   1920    $3,800.00  Less   rebates         350.00  9,914.20  of sidewalks, streets and recreation   ground      4,000.00  Contingencies **���������������������������   1,975.19  Total   estimated   expenditure ������������������  for year    $45,800.00  POWER   FARMING.  Practical    Movement    to    Counteract  the  Serious   Decljne   in   Prices  of  1   Farm Produce.'  3,450.00  Rates   for' second  half of  1920 .$1,931.21  Less   rebates.1.....     171.01  Education���������������������������Gov't   grant    3,672.50  Extra  municipal sch'l  fees.      100.00  Special Survey���������������������������:amount to be  collected by special tax on -  property affected         419.12  Sundries���������������������������Trade   licenses   ,..      410.00  ' Road  Tax   ^       220.00  '   Cemetery   fees         120.00  Police Court fines,  etc      200.00  Dog  Tax            50.00'  Miscellaneous    ,; ...     109.72  Real Property'Tax���������������������������For general maintenance of schools ,  on taxable city assessment  of $539,1344 at 12% mills.. 6,873.96  Ditto, jpn extra-municipal  taxable "assessment of $123,-  327.50,   at   12%   mills    1,572.43  " For interest and sinking  fund re. school site and  building on taxable city assessment   of   $539,134.00' at  3Vi   mills   1,752.19  Ditto on taxable extra-muni-  r    cipal   assessment   of   $123,-  '    327.50  at 3VI -mills         400.31"  For-interest    and    sinking  .   fund on bonded  obligations  (exclusive, of "those relating  - to schools), on "taxable city  assessment of $539,134.00 at  1    10  mills..........   5,391.34  '"-  Local- Improvement--(front- ���������������������������^.-.--S:  age   tax)     "....'....-.      865.68  For "general purposes, on  taxable city assessment of  $539,131.00  at, 12  mills   6,469J61'  Total   estimated   revenue . for  : year    ...........:....... v$45,800.00  EXPENDITURE.  Bank   of   Montreal,   demand  300  800  15  50  loan and overdraft $2,983.  Bonded   Obligations���������������������������Interest 5,219  Sinking .Fund     2,305.  Arrears    of    sinking    fund  (part,  corresponding to ar-,  rears of tax s outstanding) 9,4X4  Teachers' Salaries ��������������������������� High  school, principal -   1,800.  . Assistant      600,  Public School principal 1,600.  Div.  II ". ���������������������������  1,200  Div. Ill      900  Piv. IV   :      900.  Div.  V         1000  Equipment���������������������������Furniture     300  Supplies           200  Agriculture���������������������������Instructor's travelling expenses         192  "^Supplies       93  Equipment    .   40  Fair  grant1         25  Medical Officer, salary , 100.  Janitor, salary    1,140.  Secretary    ....*.      120  Fire escape, construction   .-  Fuel       Light    ,   Water      Insurance   ..-...".      202  Repairs      300  Sundries    .... J ���������������������������      210  Clerk, Assessor, Collector,  Treasurer and������������������ Returning  Officer   1.380  Street   Lighting         6������������������0  Water and   Fire  Protection���������������������������  General   maintenance         350,  Fire  hose         500.  Health Department���������������������������  Hospital,   repairs         175.  Sundries  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� '���������������������������. ���������������������������'*���������������������������       25,  Cemetery, gen'l improv'm'ts 500.  Medical Officer of Health.. 120.  Sundries    ....���������������������������.............       65  Police Dept.���������������������������Constable  ......  1,080  Magistrate . ......'".. ��������������������������� '��������������������������� ���������������������������   Sundries     ..���������������������������   City Hall���������������������������Fuel, light, etc.  ...  Council  Indemnities ��������������������������� Aldermen, $100 each  ...........  Mayor ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"'.*���������������������������......... ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Sundries ��������������������������� Assessment ....  Interest on temporary loans  'Auditors  ....... ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Legal expenses      Municipal elections      Office help .$400.00  Less allowance Included in appropriation  for ass'nrt.. ��������������������������� 125.00  300  50  250  500.  200  160  300  100  100  60.  02  ,92  67  .20  00  .00  00  .00  .00  ,00  .00  .00  .00  .00  .00  .00  00  00  00  ,00  00  00  00  ,00  ,00  .00  00  .00  .00  ,00  00  00  .00  00  00  .00  .00  .00  .00  ,00  00  ,00  ,00  00  ,00  00  oo  Due to the serious price declines  in' farm produce a movement is. on  foot by farmers generally to reduce  the costs of labor in connection with  crop production. It has been demonstrated that with proper management on the part of the farmer, me1  chanical power is mu������������������h cheaper than  animal power. Its chief advantages  are that it enables the farmers to put  in their crops and harvest them in a  much shorter space of time than with  animal power,������������������and at a time when the  most favorable conditions of soil,  vreather, etc., prevail. Power-farming  equipment also increases the: capacity  of the? individual workman, thus greatly reducing the farmer's dependence  on'-'hired labor.  There is also a widespread feeling  on the part of farmers, as Is true with  other classes of buyeriT'that prices of  farm equipment must be reduced. We  have, on the other hand, the. farm-  equipment -manufacturers who stoutly, maintain that it is impossible to  reduce^prlces and, in facC that some  prices must be.increased.  --  -Itis.'well for the country at large  to", understand that due "to the price  decline' In important farm, products  farmers have come to feel quite generally that there is. an overproduction  of ^farm; products and that the time  has come'.for them to curtail production. This; of course, Is an- entirely  erroneous' Impression Jin view of the  heavy--'foreign demand for farm products in addition to our own dtmestic  demands, and unless .bis impressions  are changed and. he i's given ..some  sort" of assurance that he will receive  a reasonable return for his labor, curtailment of farm production is bound  to result, which naturally means a  consequent curtailment in the demand and sale of power-farming  equipment.       -      -  CUEAN-UP DAY POSTPONE?.  Boys, of   Olympic   Club   Will    Make  Bound-up April 23rd.  Printing and stationery   Miscellaneous ��������������������������� Telephone,  telegrams, postage, .etc...  Board of Works-Maintenance  275.  225.  00  00  ���������������������������Owing-to-the-sliort-not-.ce_and_cth3r,  causes which the boys of the Olympic  Club cannot control, they wish to announce the postponement of cleanup day from April 16th to April 23rd,  On this day, Saturday, April 23rd,  these young lads will undertake to  earn" the money for suits, bats, balls,  etc., for the Olympic basebalf team  which is planning to play the junior  teams of sister towns this season.  Do n.ot forget the date. They will  remove from your yard all boxed tin  cans and other debris which you wish  removed. They will make a small  charge for each box taken away.  All citizens who desire to have any  debris in this line removed, and at the  same time assist the boys in their  laudable undertaking, will kindly notify. Kenneth Burnham, secretary of  the club.  X ENDERBY  BRIEFS X  A XXX X XXX XXXXXX  Good morning! Do you know the  Song of the Hoe?  Fire Chief Moffat of Vernon was an  Enderby visitor Tuesday  last.  E. E. Magonagle attended church  service at Brash's Creek, Sunday,.  April 3rd.  This warm rain is worth millions to  the Okanagan. Are you preparing to  get your share?  The police have orders to prosecute  all persons found riding bicycles on  the city sidewalks.  Armstrong footballers are to play  Enderby on the recreation ground tonight, commencing at 6.  Miss A. B.- Inglee, R. N., of Vancouver, arrived yesterday to spend the  summer- with Mrs. Mohr and Miss  Mohr at their home, Thirlstane Farm,  Glen Mary' Road.  A  public  meeting was  held  at the  City Hall last evening for the purpose  of .completing   the   formation   of  the  Enderby  Athletic -Association  and  to  elect committees to take up the work  of preparing'for  celebration "of - May  24th. Committees named: Sports, Aid.  Mackay, Capt. Gibson, W. Duncan, E.  Mack, E. Dill;-Advertising, S. Speers,  H. M. Walker, E. Dill; Music, ft. E.  Wheeler, J. Smart, K. Glen; Decorations, A. McPherson, C. Oppertshauser  A. Teece, Ben Folkard.  We wonder, if the annual chorus of  knockers return- with *** the bird's. The  town policeman, whose shoulders are  broad, has.to stand'much of it from  those who appear to believe his duties embrace ��������������������������� any and every. service  from ..that of constable to' poundkeeper, ' plumber, -carpenter' ' and " "street  sweepV  " '���������������������������'  -|     -,_    - "     -   -_--  J. .-M. HuWphreV.^ho^ lecturer in  Farmers' HalljriexfThursday .evening,  jApril 21st, on "See British Columbia  First", says of his topic, ."if we are  going tp build up a t truly great coun:  try we > must provide mea|ls f������������������r ������������������ur  own people to learn more about the  great possibilities of the great province in which we live."   Many cannot  National Ideals in Education  Dealt with by Dean Coleman  Prof. H. F. J. Coleman, dean of the ulty were now handling 1000 students  21st they will be able to take a trip  through B- C. for a few cents. The  admission .fee on this occasion will be  35c and 15c.  POWDER FOR CLEARING  Rebate of $2.50 Per Box to All  tiers Clearing |-antf.  Set-  general arts and science department  of the University of B. C, was given  a very cordial reception and attentive  hearing in Farmers' Hall Tuesday  evening when he lectured on "National Ideals in Education." . -  Dean Coleman * handled his subject  in a njeasing conversational style and  throughout his discourse held the  sympathy and wrapped attention of  his hearers.  Speaking on the promise and accomplishments of the University and  its relation to the people of th^ province, Dean Coleman said it was right  that. the people should feel that.. it  was as much theirs and a part of them  as the public schoolhouse just around  the corner.  It is the institution that opens the  way to higher education for our boys  and girls, and he was proud to say  that the thousand scholars now taking  the courses were a fine type of manhood and womanhood and a real credit to the province.    . _  While not criticising the treatment  of the'University by the present gov..'  ernment, Dean Coleman said the fac-  with accommodations originally planned for 400. Under these conditions  it could not be expected that the University should accomplish the best  results, but he assured his audience  that it was building for better things  and was thankful to have received the  support and confideif^e of the citizens  of the province. -'  Taking up the subject of his - discourse, ��������������������������� Dean , Coleman briefly recited  events following the Great War, which  instead of finding a settlement of  world affairs, brought upon all na-.  tions and peoples new problems to be  solved and greater responsibilities.  National ideals have sprung up on  all sides, hew nations have been created, new obstacles confront us. He  did not attempt to point a way out nor  to go into detail \yith regard to any  set- plan, but emphasized the importance of each individual^ clinging to  the traditional ideal of citizenship and  holding' fast to the recollections of  incidents in early life which. marked  the customs of the people at the time  we passed on the road to Canadian  nationhood. . .  XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X MARA ITEMS X*  X XX * X XX XXXXXX XX X  X   A   HULLCAR-DEEP CREEK        X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  Mr. Albert Hayhurst was a business'  visitor to Armstrong last Saturday.,-'  Mr. Robert Davison w&s a visitor to  Armstrong Friday., last.  Miss Nellie Hayhurst-qf Hu'lcar la  visiting Mara fi lends, for a short time.  " The "new" truck of the" Salmon Arm  Creamery made its initial trip through  the "Creek last Thursday^J       c V.  -  Mr. George" Barney has"'secure'd' tmV  contract to supply the biggest portion  of the- poles for the new phone -line  which will be built jthrough peep  Creek this spring.  ���������������������������'-At  the  school   meeting  which  W*$s  held on April 1st, Messrs. George Barney, W. B- Hilliard and Donald. fAi>A:  afford to travel, so on the night of the kay  were   elected   trustees     for   _the i  K. of P. Convention.  500.00  The twenty-ninth annual convention  of the Knights .of Pythias in the British Columbia jurisdiction will be held  ���������������������������in Kamloops for three days, commenc.  ing May 11. Grand Chancellor J. N.  Evans of Duncan will occupy the  chair. Thirty-six lodges in the province will>be represented and the membership to be represented will exceed  3500. At the same time the annual !  convention of the auxiliary women's \  branch, Pythian sisters, will be held  at Kamloops.  - Geo. "H. Smedley, secretary of Enderby-Local, U. F. B. C, Is in receipt  of the following letter from W. E.  Chappie, Central secretary," which explains itself:  =i^" I irYSf efelfce^to^the^recent'lrrarl oad  of r.owder ordered by you for the En-  ,der'oy. Local, to be there under the  Government subsidy plan. I may state  that I have received word from Victoria yesterdaf to the effect that(Jthe  Governuio^t hits decided to guarantee  a maximum of $5,000 {or orders placed 'separately- or jointly with either  the C. X. L. or Giant Powder Co.,'s.  supplied through the United Farmer  Locals. Any orders above this amount  would entirely be a matter, of private  arrangements between the United  Farmers  and   the  powder  companies.  All secretaries will, be required to  remit money in full, $7.67% per box  and have consignees sign a specially  prepared affidavit that powder was  used for clearing land. On sending  this to the Government, rebate of  $2.50 per box will be returned to the  purchaser.  I presume that there will be a  charge of 20c per box for handling  charges if this powder is shipped  from Vancouver but if shipped from  Nanaimo it. wfill, be the straight  .$7.67 V*. per box and sonsignee pays  the freight, which will be the same as  that paid by the Institutes, as far  as I know at the present time.  '* I am writing the Minister to have  this latter statement confirmed and  for the present fou can take it as  presented here. "���������������������������  I would advise you now to make a  survey of the requirements of your  members and think that you can depend on getting 100 boxes at least  but not more than 10 boxes to one  member and not more than 5 boxes  to be allowed per acre. I think all  secretaries 'will receive instructions  from the Government in reference to  this matter."  new Hillcrest school district.  Word was. received last Saturday  that the tri-weekly mail service over  Rural Route No. 1 JSnderby .will go  into effect this week and we understand mail days will be Tuesday,  Thursday and Saturday. This is Indeed welcome news and thanks are  due our representative, Mr. MacKelvie, for his - efforts in securing this  long felt need.  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X GRINDROD  NOTES X  xxx-X xxx yxxxK * *_*_*  The friends    of    Miss Alice-Smith-  were agreeably  surprised  tq  hear of  her - marriage- to   Mr. .Kopenbuck- at'  Vernon last week.    The groom is^an  engineer- on the C. P. R.   -We under- 4  stand the honeymoon is to be spent  at the coast.    The bride =has a' host -���������������������������  of-.friends  here  who "remember  her,  and the hearty support" she'" has  al-,  |ways given to'the" social life of Mara.  and wish tbem a happy and prosper- ;  oils life. -.;-".  -   *(>  * Miss JL,angdon from Armstrong paid ��������������������������� *  a brief visit to her brother, Col. Langdon, last week. -  ��������������������������� Mrs. Roland and child came In to  visit  beri brother,   Mr.   Kenyon,   last'  '. week, her mother MrsVpitchfield -ac.  companied her.  Mr.  Rimmer. is  receiving congratu-"'  Rations on the addition of a fine big  bouncing boy.   Both mother and child  are doing well.  Miss Nellie Hayhurst-of Hullcar is  visiting -friends here for a short time.  Fred Dean, along with his brother  Joe of Vernon are camped out on the  lakes fishing, so fish stories are now  in order."  Sandy McCrae is visiting his sister  Mrs. Matt Weir. Sandy who is well  known here has been on the prairies  Mrs. W. D.,-George left on Monday  for  Kamloops  to  visit   friends   there.  Mrs. A. Johnson who has been staying here for some time left this week  for her home at Mara.  Miss L. Hoffman returned to Vancouver this week after a short stay  with her parents.  The many friends of W. J. Greenland will be sorry to hear of his.death  at the Edmonton general hospital a  few days ago. Mr. Greenland was an  old time resident of Grindrod but  left last winter for Edmonton where  he had some interests. . His intention  was to come back to B. C. and take  up land again.  Mr. and Mrs. F. I-toffman left for  the States this week.  Miss D. Boesch spent a few days  with friends in Vernon.  GREEN-KINGWELL   WEDDING.  A very happy event took place at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. Green, April  Oth, when their son, Andrew Russell  Green, was united in marriage to Miss  Sophia Grace Kingwell of Moose Jaw.  The ceremony was performed by  Capt. Rev. J. G.ibson in the presence  of only the near friends of the family. The bride was becomingly gowned for the occasion. Mr., and Mrs. A.  Green expect to make-their home in  Enderby where their friends wish  them every success.  for the last   -two    years    and    came  through to Okanagan Lake with several  carload  of  stock  and   is   taking-  advantage of the sunny Okanagan to  recuperate from the prairie winter.  ��������������������������� Mr. Barrett, who also came with  the stock, is paying a visit to these  parts and is _ delighted with the  change. ������������������  The public meeting hqld at the  Mara hall on Monday night to discuss  and take up the matter of the annual  Mara celebration decided to celebrate  at Kelvin Grove as usual and the several committees were appointed to.  got busy, and the meeting was  adjourned until next Monday night  and judging by the tone of the meeting it bids fair to excel all others.  Sunday being a line day brought a-  surprising large number or joy riders  around here. A  xxxxxxxxxxxxx*  X GRANDVIEW   BENCH X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  Miss D. Patchet of Armstrong has  taken up the position as school teacher here.  Mr. J. Tomkinson returned from a  business visit ������������������to Vancouver on Saturday.  Mrs. A. Jones of Vancouver has  taken up the position as housekeeper  for Mr. J. Tomkinson.  ���������������������������-/ OKANAGAN   COMMONER  THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1921  ������������������feanagan Commoner  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Iublished  every Thursday at Enderby. B. C  by the Walker  Press.  S3 per year; $1.50 ������������������ix months.  H. M.  WALKER  at  (Member of the United  Typothetae of America)  Advertising liates  Contract or Regular���������������������������4 0c a single-co'iiim>n inch up to  half page;  over half-page, SOc an inch each Insertion.  Transient or irregular���������������������������50c an inc-'h; cash to accompany copy to insure publication..  "Want Ads���������������������������20c per line first insertion, 10c per line  each subsequent insertion. Count 6 words to line.  Local Notices���������������������������20c per line;   Local readers,  10c line.  Cards of Thanks, $1.0 0.  Legal Notices���������������������������15c per line 1st insertion; 10c per  line each subsequent insertion.  THURSDAY,  APRIL 14. 1921  What is the Trouble?  What is the mailer with this good old world?  Strikes and lockouts; wars, and rumors of war;  protests and squabbling; diplomatic intrigue;  nalion againsl nation; people against people;  each arming against lhe olher; all seeking mas-  Lcry; none seeking'to serve. What docs it all  mean?    Whal will be thc end?  Onc cannol read the news of the day without  being haunted by such questions as these. Thcrc  seems lo be no light on any side if wc seek deliverance by lhc hand or the mind of man. Each  country and each class appears to havcils particular publicity bureau and tlirough these bureaus  one can gel only the propaganda the bureau is  employed to put out. There seems lo bc an niter  lack of confidence, onc in the olher, and a determined blindness on thc pari'of each of the  other's right lo have any consideration whatever.  Capital turns a deaf car to thc rights of organized labor; organized labor will not listen to the  voice of capital; neither has any faith in the word  of lhc other; each believes the will to "mastery is  hjs and is therefore right���������������������������tho other wrong.  Can anv good come out of such a com  you arc a part, you disparage A-oiirself. More  lhan lhat, you are loosening the tendrils that bold  you to the institution, and the first high wind  that comes along, you will be uprooted and blown  away in the blizzaixFs track���������������������������and probably you  will never know why.  "Every employer is constantly on thc lookout  for people who can help him; naturally hc is  looking among his employees for those who do  nol help, ancl everything and everybody that is a  hindrance has to go. That is lhc law of trade���������������������������  do not find fault wilh it; it is founded on Nature.  Thc reward is only for llie man thai helps, and in  order to help you must havc sympathy. You can  not help the Old Man so long as you arc explaining in undertone and whisper, by gesture and  suggestion, by thought and menial altitude, thai  he is a curmudgeon and his syslcm is dead wrong.  You arc not necessarily menacing him by stirring  up discontent and warming envy inlo strife, but  you arc doing lhis; You arc getting yourself upon  h wcll-groased- chute that will give you a quick  ride to hades. When you say to other employees  that thc Old Man is a curmudgeon, you reveal the  fact that you are one; arid when you tell lhat thc  policy of thc institution is 'rotten,' you surely  show that yours is."  Government Mercantile Marine. We are on the  right track when .we confine our sea efforts at this  time to expansion in a mercantile sense. We  have learned that British, American, French and  Japanese ships are carrying our commerce at  high figures and Vve are endeavoring to build  merchant ships to carry it ourselves and thus stop  another horrible financial drain which has long  sapped our economic progress. Our mercantile  marine will absorb all the men wc can spare for  sea service i'or ycars to come and call for morc.  A navy is a costly thing under any circumstances;  fortunately, and unlike Britain, Japan and thc  Uniled Stales, Canada docs not need one. Moreover, wc refuse to havc one foisted upon us."  _ro  er ST  >P*0 ^^ 2-  o  c  Cb(oS<P  Cabaret Brand of Legislators  Undoubtedly. Bul wc who have grown to  hood and Avomanhood 'shall not sec it. These  arc but thc growing pains lhat humanity .must  suffer looking to the birth of lhat neAv world wc  know is to bc. These arc thc symptoms of thc  disease afflicting humanity���������������������������thc breaking doAvn  of thc old order of things���������������������������Ihc competitive system. Thc Avorld saw in the Great War the utter  failure of this system in a military-sense. The  break down Avas complete. We arejnow Avilncss-  ing in lhc commercial and industrial Avorld Iioav  utterly false the competitive system..is. to build  upon. Thc end is not yet. The breakdown Avill  hc as complete as it proved to be in a military  sense in  the selllement of world affair's.    Aflcr  When thc landslide buried thc Bowser government four ycars ago, there were Liberal representatives elected who were no more fit to occupy  scats in thc legislature than they Avcro to lake the  Premiership. The people were taken off their i'ct  by ihc cry then raised against lhc Government  and stampeded. Men were'swept into the legislature who had had no previous experience in  public life. Some of ������������������these men were  re-elected in thc last election, and it is nojl sur-  pri'-Vg that there should be issued from Victoria  a dispatch such as the following. It Avould be  advisable, it seems to us, under the circumstances, and lor thc good name of thc Province,  that ihese legislators who misbehave so sb.ame-  m  is  to provide for this additional expense that the  Oliver government raised the salaries of cabinet  ministers fifteen hundred dollars a year, and of  all members of the legislature. But read what  thc Victoria dispatch says: * ���������������������������    ,  "Behavior of lhc'members of the Legislature  at the closing of the. House last avccU and generally during the session, in cabarets, private hold  rooms and roadhouses, Ava's* taken up py thc Victoria Ministerial Association at its regular meeting. Members of the association denounced the  action of members! "especially those from points  other than Victoria, aud lhc open Avay thcy carried on Avilh liquor and women, married and unmarried:    Such* escapades \vcrc also denounced  i  ilition? fully, he compelled to take their Avivcs with lliei  ) man-  when lhcy attend thc fall session.   Perhaps it wi  person  ihoulcl  m$&kisf\ecL  ' o LiOe wrier e  tViere'3 txo  Civic pRiDC.  >tfns arc It ke tki3 Dusted c&Tj  The������������������ il neOer������������������eL $ow Ver^ra,rl  BUY WWERC  YOU   LIVE  Demonstrated by the  Fordson, Tractor  at 10 a.m.. on the up-to-date ranches of TWOS, andJP: SKYRME  one mile north of Grindrod .  sacrificing millions of lives and billions of wealth, . ,  humanity is now learning that the world is far- as for instance, lhc trip to Coiwood, laken in  ther from peace than it ever'was.   Having failed [large suburban.touring car which members' lured  bv forcc. of arms lo bring peace, the powers that along wilh  cabaret orchestras and went out to  be in all nalions now arc striving for supremacy.roadhouses where tbey kept up  in a  commercial  and industrial sense.    Each is  striving against thc other to capture maslerv of  lhc seas, mastery of the air, mastery of thc fuel  supply, mastery of something thai thc other  needs. This war goes on quite as bitterly as lhat  olher Avar was Avagcd by forcc of arms, it is destined lo result as disastrously to all concerned as  did lhat olher Avar���������������������������and vet. it musl bc fought.  ,- si T \Aj  Oul of il AVill come a better world���������������������������thc iicav  world���������������������������thc Avorld of a common Brotherhood and  a common Fatherhood.  Out^oPHaYmdn^AAith^the^Institution"  "odav  the mosl difficult thing for  their carousing  with women until daylight Sunday, and put somc  members in a condition so thai lhcy were unable  lo leave for heme ncxt day.  "A resolution dealing with' thc actions of members of the House was passed, but this resolution  Avas not made public. 'This resolution AVas  passed for a certain purpose and Ave arc not making it public���������������������������at least, I havc no authority to  make it public without the sanction of a meeting  of our execute,' said Bev. T. W\. Hubcrshon,  secretary of thc Ministerial Association. Copies  of this resolution, it was also explained, arc lo bc  sent to ministers: in all parts of thc Province so  4ha M 11 cy=A\-i 1 Ubcui n f or-ni������������������cLoL^liie^\a������������������>^th eLiirciiJCO^  sentatives in lhc Legislature havc been carrying  on Avhen thcy havc been in Victoria and free from  influences.     This   is   being  done,   it   wa?,  ihome  a young man  to learn is lo keep in harmony wilh lhc instill! _  lion in whose employ hc earns a living Avagc.    It | added, so lhat the clergymen can work Ihrough  their  is a t'Midancy of lhc limes lo find fault Avith one's  employer, one's Ioavii or counlry.'1 Condilions in  any locality may not bc perfect; there must bc  arduous tasks in every AValk of life from tlie  cradle lo the grave. Perfection has nol yel been  reached on lliiis earth and may never be. Bul  listen: "If the; concern wherc you are employed  is all wrontf. and Ihe Old Man a curmudgeon, it  may be well for you lo go to thc Old Man and  confidentially, quietly and kindly Icll him lhal he  is a curmudgeon. Explain lo him lhal his policy  is .-ibsiu'd wnd preposterous. Then show him how  lo reform his ways, and you might offer lo lake  charge of the. concern and cleanse il of ils secret  faults. Do this, or if for any reason you should  prefer nol, Ihen take your choice of these: Get  out, or get in line. You have got to do one or the  olher���������������������������now make your choice, if you work for  a man. in heaven's name, work for him! If he  pays you wages lhat supply'-voir your bread and  buller,* Avork for. him���������������������������-speak avcII'of him, sland  by him and stand by lhe institution lhat he represents. I think if I worked for a man I Avould  work for him. T would not work for him a part  of the time, and the rest of lhc time work against  him. 1 would give an undivided service or none.  If put lo lhe pinch, an ounce of loyalty is AVorth  a pound of cleverness. If you musl vilify, condemn and eternally disparage, Avhy, resign your  position, and when you arc outside, damn lo your  heart's content. But, 1 pray you, so long as you  are a pari of an institution, do nol condemn it.  Not lhal you will injure the institution���������������������������nol lhal  ���������������������������bul when you disparage the concern of which  congregations  lo  bring  influence   lo  bear  m each commimily to the end that no more of  the alleged immoral and drunken orgies in Vic-  ioria will be indulged in by members avIio conic  here wilhoul their Avives to restrain them."  Hot Stuff About Our Canadian "Navy'  It wil  be remembered, somc time ago, someone across thc ocean thought of lhe bright idea of  making Canada a present of a "navy." Anl so,  without ever questioning the Canadian people,  the government at Ottawa, accepted lhe "navy,"  and undertook lo pay the cosls of upkeep. What  the Ottawa government contemplates doing with  this  Canadian  "navy"  is a   question  Avhich  has  "there arc  that  Canada requires a navy," says Farm and Home.  "They are not numerous but appear to be sufficiently influential to gain an occasional point, lt  takes money, men and energy to -maintain a  navy; the first comes out of our'pocket������������������ in the  form of taxation, lhc second leave orir homes and  iheir energy is wasted or tied up at sea in non-  productiA'ity. The maintenance of a navy is bad  enough when il is a necessity: the graoning taxpayers of Britain and the United States Avill tell  us this. Canada has no need of a navy AvhatcA'cr  other lhan to provide jobs and uniforms for poor  felloAVs whose idea of usefulness is wrapped_up  in a naval uniform and emulation of Britain's  heroes. Canada has no enemies, no colonies and  no commerce   to  protect beyond our Canadian  never becn ansAvercd.   Here and there,  a  few fanatics who still cling to ,the fancy  We are goin& to show you how much the FQflPSQN will  plow; how well it will plow; whit the fuej consumption per  acre is; how well it handles every kind of belt work; also discing and harrowing.  Instead of talking ahont FQJIPSQN we prefer to let yon  see with your own eyes what the f QftpSQN can do.  GgQ. A.RANPS, ford Pealer, Ewfcrby  16-in. Mill Blocks  We are installing special saws this season which will cut  16-inch blocks, and are making special drying arrangements for them. These blocks will be sold at a price very  much less than the present cordwood price.  Place your orders now for early delivery.  Okanagan Saw Mills. 144.  Phone 43    Enderby  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel     L&mwhy      Wefhy  Counter Check Books  Can   be  supplied  by your home printer at a saving to you, Mr. Merchant. ������������������  THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1921  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  MiiiiilllllllIllilittMEMI  Tfousea&ride  SHE came into it perhaps 60 years ago\ she enriched  it with all the romance of youth, the experience  of maturity and, thanks te its wonderful preservation  she was permitted to spend the evening of her life amid  the old familiar walls.  And to-day it still stands���������������������������a trifle old-fashioned in  architecture perhaps���������������������������but in every essential, a home  rid!iin memories ������������������hd a silent tribute to the wisdom  protection against decay.  B-H  "Ekgush  FAINT  70%tuN*Mtal������������������ti  39%.PuM\0!teZitt  WoxPv Wtat  No more chipping, cracking or peeling if you wM  " English " Paint. The above formula stamped, right cm  the flee of every can is your guarantee of s^sfacticn  B-H "English" Paint is a paint that lasts as well  as it looks. ��������������������������� It covers a greater surface, gives; a  greater brilliance and lasts longer than ordinary paint.  For Canada's rigorous climate, no better surface saver  can be found. r0R[sALE BY  -S- WHY���������������������������  When hard times comie and swat us,  Bringing  forty  kinds   of -woe,    o.  And the sheriff coim.es amdi trots us,  To  th'e' courts'where ibanfcnuipts go,  Then we'll wonder, oh, we'll wonder  Why, in bo"oming, ibulging times,  When the ti*ees were growing plunder u ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-.'  "We refused to save some dimes.  When  the times thlat aTe 'predicted,  By  the  wise  men "everywhere,  Come along and we're afflicted,  With the .poorhouse bill o.f fare,  Then  we'll do some  idle  raving,  And  we'll  kick ourselves a verst,  For  we   didn't do our saving,  When the boom was at its worst.  Now that everything seems sunny,  Amd out  chances 'are the  best,  It's the time "to iput some money,     -  Wiith the' 'moth-balls, in a chest;  Put it down with cedar shavings,  So the .insects won't annoy;  For the man.who has his  savings  Is  the  wisest kind of  boy.  Soon this crazy boom may trundle  To the tomh, in, ghostly, Tobe;  Then the man who has''the bundle  Is the"main who'll ride the gl'obe.  ���������������������������Walt   Mason.  w. J. LEMKE  W.M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 85, K. of P.  Meets 1st A 3rd Monday eve  in Masonic Hall.   Visitorscor-  dially invited to attend.  G. A. RA.NDS.. C. C  fH. M. WALKER, K. R. S  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  McMAHON & MACK  Hardware Merchants -~ -  Enderby, B. C.  f)B^_NPPAM-Hr <  *IMNI*M  VAMCOWVM  A large tonnage of paper'and pulp  is now being produced on the Northern British Columbia coast. The  Powell River .plant is turning out  about 225 tons a day, the Ocean Falls,  250 tons of paper and pulp, the SWan-  sou Bay plant, about 5Q. tons per day,  and the Beaver Cove plant, about 25  tons, of pulp a day. On Suatisno the  plant at Port Alice is also turning  out large quantises of pulp and paper. .  A   C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE    ,  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  EUREKA LODGE NO 50  I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8  o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially  invited.  W K RUSSELL. N.G. G. S. DUNCAN.V.G.  W. A. KUB3PH_ ^ TBECE. Sec.  Asked by his Sunday school teacher to give the Golden Text, a youngster recited: "He'that humpeth himself shall be exalted."  Notary Public  Insurance amd General Agent  JAS. DICKSON  Bell Block Enderby  When men wish to do something  very badly, they1 construct a moral  code and do it; when they have, a  strong 'repugnance to doing something, they construct a moral code  and jail the man who does it. Sic  our Prohibition and Moderation legislation.  pconomy In the K'tchen  A wise man said' "Tell me what you  eat and I will tell you what you are."  More and more in our modern civilization, Jthe people are realizing the importance of wholesome food properly  cooked-     The science' of. cooking has  . as prominent place in our public  schools and" colleges,- and we have  pure food laws. Our women, young  and old, are proud to say, "I can cook  a good meal, one "you will really enjoy."   That' is as it should be.   To the  _l.itchen_may_ be, Jxaged  many of the  en. Many a man<**nd boy have i failed  to", hold their jobs because of poor  food badly cooked. A* great deal ia  said about economy in the' kitchen.  WhqfVis'Vrue kitcheix economy? It  is ��������������������������� to provide not necessarily the expensive food, put the purest and best  materials, and then to properly cook  them.  successes or failures of life. Many  a child has failed to make, his, grades  at school from lack of strength of  mind and body because so little in-  tejligence was practised in the kltch-  The following is the ,best and most  concise definition of a church bazaar  yet published. It sizes up the whole  thing in a nutshell. "A church bazaar  is   a  place   where   we   spend     more  moliey thaiT'we^cah^afford^for^things  we do not want in order to please  people whom we do not like, and to  help.the heathens, who are happier  than we are."  Not Lost.  A Scotchman-once had a good crop,  so he decided to go to some summer  resort where he could get a good bath  every day. So he went to a hotel and  registered. He stayed there fo# a  week, every morning. going down for  a bath. When he returned home, he  could not find his vest. He wrote to  the landlord for it, but he got the answer that it -was not there.  A year afted, the Scotchman had  another good crop, and so decided-to  go to the same summer resort that' he  -ha"d=gone=to'=-before^When"he=arrived.  at the hotel he was not in a very good  humor ,but when he came back froni  his bath he was all smiles.  "Did you find your vest?" asked the  landlord. "Yes," said the Scot. "Did  you find it on the beach?"  "No," said the Scot, "it was under  my shirt."  ,';���������������������������*���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������, ������������������ _*       For 60 Tears tlae naroe AVE^Y  has been the sign t>f thoroughly rugged Engines and Threshers.   The  .wppv Tractor is sold complete..    Beady for any kind of work  in the field or on the belt.  The "draft-horse" motor and direct drive are only to be had with  the AVERY. C5������������������me in and look them over������������������ Y������������������u will be pleased  with the machine.  Jas. McMahon & Son        Enderby  A writer in the Farmers' Magazine  says of the country weekly, that there  is no newspaper deserving better at  the hands ot the farmer. The country weekly as a rule "gives well, fairly, and impartially^ the news of the  district, and the most of us owe more  to their wise publicity than we think.  There may be a few instances where  these papers are running counter to  the best interests of the farmers, but  such a course will not long be possible  to  a  solvent  business."  of Banking Service  Those who think the reappearance  of "goloshes" is an evidence of a re������������������  turn of good sense among the young  are under an illusion, according to  an authority who declares that the  high school girls who most affect  them apparently do not know enough  to take them off'when they go indoors. ������������������������������������������������������. ���������������������������  ���������������������������    -.  The automobile is as necessary to  country life as any other farm equipment.  rpVpRV Pepartment of Banking Service folds full an4  p adequate expression in the Bank of Montreal. Jts  Branches cover the Pominion of Canada from end to end;  . it has its own office* in the financial centre* of Great  Britain, France an4 the United State*, an4 it* correspond  ent* in every part of the worl4������������������  No matter what form of banking service may be required,  whether it be in connection with the Savings Pepartment,  the financing of bu*ine*s or the carrying on of foreign  trade relations, adequate facilitie* for such service are  afforded by this Bank. The Manager of any branch will  be glad to have you discuss your requirement* with him.  A Pirect Wire Service  is maintauwi between the Bank's offices in  Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver,  New York, Chicago, and San Franasco.  BANK of MONTREAL  ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YEARS  Capital Paid Up $22,000,000     Rest $22,000,000  Total Assets $560,150,8X2.85 OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1921  K X it X X SC X X x x X X XX xxx  X CHURCH   SERVICES 5;  y a 5? y a x a a a xxx xx x x  ,       ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH  Minister:   Rev.  John  W.  Stott.  B.  A.  Morning at 11���������������������������"Tlie Shepherd and  the Sheep"; sermonette, "Wrinkles as  Witness." Evening at 7:30���������������������������"Furnish  ings of the Inner Chamber." Sunday  School at 10 a.m.   Hullcar at 3 p.m.  METHODIST   CHURCH  Pastor, Capt. Rev. J. G. Gibson.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m. Bible  Class held in conjunction with Sunday  School. Sunday evening service at  7:30 p.m. Subject. "What is Truth."  Holy Communion following evening  service.  Special Anniversary Services will  be held on Sunday, April 24th, morning and evening. Special speaker,  Rev. 12. Brad en, pastor of thc United  Church.  Kelowna.  Monday evening, April 25th, a first-  class concert will bo held in the Farm-  ers' Hall. Further information will be,  given in next issue.  ' CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass will be held~;Sunday, Apr 17th,  in U. F. Hall, at 9.30 a.m.  ENDERBY     OPERA     HOUSE  Saturday,  April   16th.  Two-reel   Comedy;    five-reel   Feature  starring Elaine Hammerstien in "The  Woman   Game."    Prices  35c  ancl   15c.  Show starts at S p.m.  a x x a x x x a x x x x x x x x  X COMING    EVENTS' X  t? All ads under this head, 15c line X  tr sr   sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr   sr  i.  Jt   ������������������ ������������������������������������ 5������������������ is r.  Js j\ 11. J>  rs  ������������������< rs fs   js  The ladies of the Methodist Church  will hold a sale 'of- sewing, home cook  ing and candy on Saturday, April 16th  in the U:' F. Hall.    Tea served.     a7-2c  The ladie3 of the Catholic Church are  holding a home cooking sale and tea in  the U. F. Hall, Saturday, April 23rd.  A  dance  will  be given  by  the  Enderby Tennis Club at the Opera House  ��������������������������� on   Friday.   April   29th.     Supper   provided.    See handbills. al4-3c  Come and enjoy the Bean Supper to  begiven by the Girl's Guild in the basement of the Presbyterian Church, Wednesday, .April 20th, 6 to 8 p.m. Adults,  50c; children, under, 13 years, 25c. Everybody welcome. lc  Want Ads  3c a word first insertion, 2c ��������������������������� word ������������������ach insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charsre; 10c fxtr*  where ca3li doe������������������ net accompany order.  WE are open to take contracts, slashing or any other woi", from May 10.  Reply, J. C. Perry-Gore and C. V.  Barker, Box 121, Enderby. a7-5p  CHIEF   EDWARD  DEAD.  After Weeks of Suffering Aged   Indian  Leaves for  Happy  Hunting  Ground.  Wednesday morning the tolling of  the church bell on the Indian reserve  announced the death of Chief Edward,  who, for 15 or IS years, presided over  the affairs of the Indian residents of  the Spallumcheen reserve. Chief Edward had been ill a week or two from  an attack of the flu, and was known  to be in a critical condition some  days, yet his going created consternation among the Indians, by whom -ho  was  greatly respected  and  beloved.  Chief Edward was GO or Co years of  age. He was a man of' unusual native ability ancl acted as mediator in  all tribal affairs in a broad, liberal  spirit. Years ago he was excommunicated by the Catholic priest for attempting to have a puuliccjschool established on the reserve, biif this did  not cause him to give up the project,  though nothing has come of it yet. He  was always strongly in favor of the  better education of the younger Indians,   and   acted   as   father  to   all.  STROULGER-WOODS     MARRIAGE.  Enderby Red Brick in the Making  MAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEY Eggs  $4.00 setting of S; S. C. R, I. Reds,  the winter layers, $1.50 per'setting  of 15. Mrs. G. Lidstone, Grindrod,  B. C. - a!4-3p  FOR SALE���������������������������Nine Barred Rock hens.  These are laying well. G. H. Smedley, Enderbv. * al4   ������������������������������������������������������ ~g ������������������������������������������������������  HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE��������������������������� S.C.  W Leghorn ancl R. C. W. Wyan  dottes. Hens carefully bred-up from  choice egg-laying strains. Males are  all from hens that won out in international egg-laying contests (purchased recently from A. Uns worth,  Sardis.) Prices $2.50 per setting of  13 eggs; $15 per 100. Also good utility S. C. W. Leghorn eggs at $1.25  *=11 u r^-s etti n g=o f=-l-3-eg_rs=or-$iri 50���������������������������per-  100.    11. Arnott, Armstrong.      ml7-tf  WANTED to get in touch with anyone who wants to buy Fruit Trees  or Rose bushes. For delivery now.  E. D.  Watts. Vernon. " al-Mt  Contractors tell us that there is no  brick manufactured that will stand  up better and work smoother than  the red brick made at the Enderby  brick yard. This is the reputation  this make of bricks has won in years  past. This season the output of these  yards promises to be the greatest in  the history of brickmaking here. An  early start has been made, ancl, under  the management of A. Fulton, the  output will find a ready market. Last  week the moulder was started and a  steady stream .of bricks has come  from the moulds at the rate of fifteen  thousand a day. These are'now in  the se.tting stage and will be wheeled  to the kilns within a few days.  Mr. Fulton .has ample wood on hand  for the season's burning, and there  will be no cessation of work nor of  output. _  Ghoice Quts  Order your table fowl from ns. We.  are prepared to supply on  short notice  At St. Mary's Church, Oak Bay, on  Wednesday evening the marriage  was solemnized by the Rev. G. H.  Andrews of Miss Dorothy Beulah  Woods, elder daughter of. Mr. ancl  Mrs.DS. Hoffmeister, of 1624 Richmond  Avenue, and Mr. Leonard Stroulger.  second son of MrJ and Mrs. A. Stroulger, of Enderby, B. C.  The bride made a charming picture in her gown of ivory duchesse  satin and tulle embroidered in silver  and seed 0pearls, while her veil and  orange blossoms were heirlooms,  having been worn by the bridegroom's  mother at her wedding. A bouquet  of white carnations and maidenhair  fern completed lier toilette.  ��������������������������� After the wedding, about sixty of  the guests attended the reception  held at the home of the bride's mother  1624 Richmond Avenue, where a delightful supper was served, and later  Stop! Ml  Spring House  Cleaning  Suggestions  Bonami  Soaps  Lye  Ammonia  Dutch Cleanser  Polishes  Brooms & Brushes  DUNCAN BROS.  Phone.75    Enclerby  In every lady's favor  GEO. R. SHARPE  Wholesale   and   Retail   Bulcher  ���������������������������    Enderby,  13.  C.  FOR SALE���������������������������McLaushlin Six D 45,  five passenger touring car, newly  painted and overhauled this'spring,  in first-class condition. A snap for  cash. Applv Box 152, Kamloops, B.  C. ' al4-lp  FOR    SALE    OR     RENT���������������������������2 \U      acres  land, with now house, barn and out-  ��������������������������� buildings;    1    mile   from   Grindrod.  Address,   D.,  Commoner.  Enclerby.2c  FOR   SALE-  and   1550;  -Two   mares,   about   1500  aged   7-S;   sound.    Apply  K.  Imanaka, Rox 211.  Enderby. a7tf  Talcum ppw^er  prevents roughness  of  skin from  sunburn and chaffing winds  A. Reeves  s  WE HAVE a few second-hand cars for  Hale; all have been overhauled and  are in first-class condition; Overland, Gray Dort and Fords. Prices  from $500 to $1,000. Call ancl see  them for yourself. Jas. McMahon  & Son, Enderby. ml7-tf  WE are wanting a few choiue veals;  also  poultry.  G.  IT.  Smedley, fl0-2p  MILK  We make regular delivery from our  dairy. More customers wanted.  Cream,   40c  pint. Telephone   81  Whipping cream   (must be ordered  a  day ahead)  SOc a pint.  I. J. GOLD, CITY  For  snap  in  shoes  TRY  Enderby Supply Co.  FOR  SALE  Eight-room cement block house,  with bath and pantry; four lots; good  barn and outbuildings. Price, $4,500;  terms to be arranged. Mrs. J. W.  Glen, Enderby. m3-lmp  ^DruggisUancJ^StaUoner.   ENDERPY  MORTGAGE   SALE  Under and by virtue of the powers  of sale contained in a certain indenture of Mortgage, dated the 15th clay  of October, 1913, and made by Andrew Fulton, which will be produced  to the purchaser- at the sale, the  lands therein mentioned, that is to  say: Firstly, Lot 1, in Block 5, according to Map 211a, in the City of  Enderby; secondly, Lot 28, except  tho southerly ;.l feet thereof, Lot 29,  Lot 30, south 27 feet of Lot 37, ancl  tbe north 33 feet of Lot 38, except  a portion 8 feet in width conveyed to  t.bc City of Enderby, according to  Map 211, in the City of Enderby, will  be sold by private treaty.  The Mortgagee is informed tliat  there are on the first parcel a one-  and-a-half story frame dwelling and  a one-story brick shop with an ironclad  warehouse.  Tenders   for   the   purchase   thereof  will   be  received   by  the  undersigned  up  to  and   inclusive  of the  20th  day  of April,  1921.     The   highest   or any.  tender  not  necessarily  accepted. -  For further particulars and terms  of sale apply to,  A.   WARING   GILES,  Vernon, B.  C.  m24-4c Mortgagee.  W. A RUSSELL  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Free       Enderby, Phone S2  in the evening, dancing and singing  was indulged in. The young couple  were the recipients of many beautiful ancl useful gifts, the bride being  well known in Victoria. The groom's  gift to the bride was an exquisite set  of French ivory, to the* bridesmaid, a  necklace, and to the best man, a .hand-  sojne stickpin, and pretty brooches to  the little flower girls. Mr. ancl Mrs.  Stroulger left for Seattle where the  honeymoon is to bo spent, and later  they intend to leave for Enderby, B.  C, where they will make their home.  ���������������������������Victoria Times.  Witl������������������ its quickness and flexibility  the automobile is an absolute necessity   to   the   farmer's   business.  Auto Bargains  1919 FORD   TRUCK     $525.00  1913   CHALMERS     400.00  1920 CHEVROLET    1,000.00  1917    FORD    ..." 550.00  With our Oxy-Acetylene welding  outfit wc are prepared to repair anything that can be welded. We also  have a steel cutting outfit that can  handle anyhing up to a 16-inch shaft.  GRINDROD   MOTOR   GARAGE  Our stock is complete in  spring & summer Goods  B-H   Paints &.  Varnishes and  Alabastine  Garden Tools  Rubber  Hose  and  Sprinklers  Screen  Doors and Windows and  Wire Cloth  Washing   Machines 'and   Churns  Poultry Netting and Barbed Wire  Linoleum  and   Linoleum   Rugs o      =  Bicycles and Accessories  JUST   RECEIVED���������������������������a  shipment  of  McClary's Ranges  Tin and Enamelware.  McMAHON & MACK:  HEAVY   AND   SHELF    HARDWARE  ��������������������������� ���������������������������I    I    ���������������������������   III     111 I ll III  !������������������������������������������������������  PLUMBING   AND   PITTING  mamvm+m*mm**smmmmmmmrmBmBm  ESTABLISHED 1872  SHMssK  iPil'fegg&gassa^  .JSMiUifLf  Jt often happens that when a husband dies his wife is iinable to obtain  any ready money until the court pro-  ceedings are completed. A joint ac������������������  count in the names of both husband'  and wife insures "against this, possibility. Open a joint account in the  names of yourself and your wife with  the Bank of Hamilton.    '  BANK QF HAMIURN  JXO. S������������������|ART, l^ocnl Manager  ������������������\P������������������fipV. fl. C.  Man's ShPBs  at a straight discount of  This is your chance I  for Press  and Work  Ty    TD     r\TT  T     Men's Clothing, Boots &.Shoes  Groceries, Ptc.     Enderby  - ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������' - ' ���������������������������'  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Crockery  Full Dinner Sets and Tea Sets  Fancy Vases and  Flower Pots  Odd Patterns  Seeds  Everything you  require  in  this  Line  now i'n stock.  Full  Line of Groceries.  Flour & Feed  Agents  Massey-Harris  Co.  Machinery  Teece & Son     Phone 48   Flour, Feed & Groceries

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