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Array ������������������������������������������������������"Ai-V'tS*-^,  "-sxts. S  - ������������������y  0W������������������  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE   ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Vol. 14, .No. 11, Whole No. (587  THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921  Subscription, $3  ENDERBY HIGH SCHOOL  Results   of   Second   General   Examination of 1st and 2nd Year Scholars  First Year  1. Beverley Bryant   SS.3%  2. Betty Burton    ^ 87.3  3. Robert Newberry   *. SG.9  The following scholars reached  the  honor mark of SO in the subject specified:     ��������������������������� T,  English Composition  Heverley Bryant   ��������������������������� 92  R. Newberry .? 90  13. Burton , 89  instance, a humble seamstress or  dressmaker, making a few dresses for  customers, to be a manufacturer.There  is but one sane conclusion to be  arrived, at, if one is to be guided by  common sense, and that is that the  retailer is not a manufacturer in the  general acceptance of the word.*  HARD WORK  REWARDED  Athletic    Association     Makes    a    Net  Profit  of $280  on   Empire   Day  By   dint   of   hard   work,   and  B. Colquette .86  favorable  weather  the  athletic  most  asso-  lil. Cameron  ���������������������������..; 85 ciation cleaned up the sum of $2S0.S5  English Literature 'on the Empire Day celebration.'   The  R. Newberry  99 work of the _adi8s at the lunch -coun-  "B. Bryant 92 , .     _,  .. .   ., ,.     ,  S   Cameron S9 ���������������������������     '  a men refresh-  13. Burton ................... 7. 7.7. 7.86 ment booth resulted in gross receipts  ".. Colquette :.., 85  amounting' to   $107.45   from   lunches  yxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  X ENDERBY   BRIEFS X  't X X X X X X X X X X X X *  Good Morning! Bet you can't guess.  What is the .difference between the  surface of a boulevard and that "of  Mabel Lake wagon road? Upside  down.  D.  i  H.  \  R.  > ���������������������������  1  B.  E.  J  R.  1.  d.  [./  D.  '     V  E.  1  B.  ,1  R.  \j  B.  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  0.  .���������������������������   D-  *-  D.  S:  B.  )'  '-i.  1,  D.  _R.  B.  1.   '  B.  R.  served,  and   $441   from   refreshments  sold  ;  a total of $548.45, from which,  Keith 81  Walker    81  Harris     ���������������������������. 80  Xjatin r after deducting the wholesale cost or  Burton     94 goods  and  supplies,  there was a net  Cameron    ��������������������������� .������������������4 profit of $204.75.    To this was added  -'���������������������������'x.rry    .-. ^ 94 a fefljance 0f $76.10, ..the  net. amount  Brvant '"' 88 tnrned   over  by   the   city   from   gate  Keith     ; " -. 87' receipts  after  deducting  the  amount  Hassard     .- 82 j pf $300 advanced and other expenses  ���������������������������    , French ��������������������������� -n connection with the handling of the  Burton  90 , , . " '    ���������������������������.  ������������������,..;��������������������������� o,! grounds,   making   a   clean   profit,   as  IAL ul i ib .   .   .   .   .    ......OS  Bryant    ..,...'.''..*. '. S2. above stated, of $280.85.  TsV't.b   '.. 80 J ��������������������������� ���������������������������   FORTUNE SCHOOL NOTES-  Strickland'       so  Arithmetic   8������������������  -   Algebra  Bryant ��������������������������� *   ...... 92  Btrton .'    SC  R.   Newberry  Bryant    ..  Burton    ..  Newberry  D.-. Strickland  Ft.. Harris, ...  E.   Cameron  B.- Bryant   ..  B. Bryant   .*.  R.   NewDer -y  ' D.   Kehh      .  C. Burnham  Geometry  Drawing  Reading   'Six  7. ioo   !00   100  ........9S  ..-. ;..���������������������������:.94  :.......SO  \ ~.so   30   ^5   S2  .'. SO  B.   Bur*on    " SO  - Second   Yea'  1. E~l!a  McKay    85.7%  2. Henry   Vogel    f  80.2  The following scholars reached the  honor" mark of SO' in the subjects  specified, or though not reaching it,  stood highest:   ,  ���������������������������   English  Composition        s  W.   Large ^89  H. Vogel    89  M.   Mizon V.S3  V.   Grant     82  English" Literature  M.   Mizon N 79  Latin  E.   McKay    , ��������������������������� SS  H.  Vogel   ! 84  " French  A.   Paradis S8  E.JVIcKay   ��������������������������� . ���������������������������__..._..% ... .J_L ^86  TSr~Miz6n" ..... SS....."....... SSSS... 82  V.   Grant    , SO  Algebra  McKay     96  Vogel 88  Antiila   .��������������������������� 82  Geometry  McKay    100  *  Potany  Patula    94  Vogel   .. 94  Antiila    S2  Grant    "..' : ">S1  Mizon SO  McKay    SO  E.  H.  M.  E.  H.  K.  M.  V.  M.  E.  The Enderby baseball ,team will  play in Vernon this afternoon.  Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Farmer are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Farmer, of  Castlegar.  June 15th is the, date set for the  inauguration of the Government Control Liquor Act.  Born���������������������������At tho Enderby Hospital,- on  June 1st, to Mr. and - Mrs. Arthur  Duckett, a daughter.  The People's store front wras given!  a coat of paint last week, and presents  a snappy appearance.  Born���������������������������At the Enderby Hospital, on  June 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Davi-  Rovcr,3 is being finished by Joe Cass.  A number of row boats for hire would  be greatly appreciated by visitors to  the lake, and it is possible these may  be provided.  Patrick. Johnny, Peter Jones, Jim  Narcise and another Head of the Lake  Indian were up before Magistrate  Rosoman last Wednesday for being  drunk and disorderly on May 24th,  and a fine of $5 and costs was imposed  COMMUNITY   ROAD   WORK  The   City   Undertakes the   Grading  of  Sicamous   Road   with   Citizens  Work was started this week on the  grading of the Teece hill on the secondary highway through the city.  The work is in good hands and we  may   rest   assured   that   when   Road  Forrnen John McKay finishes the job  on two of them while a third was used  it will  be a finished  job.  as a witness against the Chinese resr  taurant, where the near beer was  bought. A fine of $50 and costs was  levied on ,. two counts " against the  Chinaman.  The stern-wheel s.s." "Alice," built  on Mabel Lake by the Okanagan Saw  Mills, Ltd., is now. in commission,  having towed her first boom of logs  from the south end of the lake last  week. It is estimated that a saving  of one-half the cost of the steamer  was made on this single trip, compared   with   tbe   cost   of ; a   similar  son, of Deep Creek, a son.  J. P. Austin returned from the coast1 operatlon last season by horse poAver'  The "Alice" is not a passenger boat,  last week, where he'was some months  in training on auto repair parts.  '   Miss'  Edith   Adams   returned   from  the Coast this week, where she completed the' normal school course.  Poles are scattered along the Mabel  Lake road for the telephone line soon'  to be strung from Enderby to the lake 1  but is built for service.  Today one must be provided with a  dog tax number, a business tax number, an auto tax number, a gun tax  number, a poll tax number, an income  tax number, .a census statistical information number, a personal property   tax   number,   a   real-restate   tax  The principal of th'e Fortune school  desires to thank Mr. Bryant for the  gift of The Everyday Library, 5 volumes, which he has so kindly donated  to the school library.  Pupils who had received instruction  in Division 5. of the Fortune school  desired to mak*' some ackno^yledg_  ment. to Mrs. Severin Johnson (nee  Miss CaJrlson) of their appreciation of  her work, so a voluntary subscription  list .was opened. Sufficient money, was  receive*!-to -purchaJse- a .casserole,*pie: (  plate and pie knife, which were forwarded to Mrs. Johnson."' In recognition of the gift the following reply was  received: ._ -' ���������������������������  ��������������������������� -      Klamath Falls/ Ore.  Dear Miss Beattie: Will you kindly  convey to the children of the Fortune  school my thanks for the' beautiful  preciate these tokens ,t>f their love,  present just -^ceived? I certainly ap-  and will treasure them always. I also  wish them every success in the coming examinations.  ,.  Sincerely your,  E. A. JO.HNSON.  PUY   HOME   PRODUCTS'  Retailer Not a Manufacturer  "The retailer is not a manufacturer  in the general acceptance of the word."  This decision of vital interest to ,������������������\l  retail merchants throughout the  Dominion, is embodied in the judgment handed down some days ago in  the Exchequer Court" of. Canada in the  test case of Rex vs. Messrs. Pedrlck  & Pal en, merchant tailors, Ottawa.  - The case was one in which the  crown sought to collect a 2 per cent,  manufacturers' tax on all transactions  effected by this firm since May J9,  1920. The defendents disputed the  crown's designation of their business  as that of "manufactures."  In giving his decision for the clearing of the case, the attorney-general  rules that the word "manufacturer''  must be taken in its common accepted  meaning. It would be doing a violence  to the English language-to hold, for  Editor Commoner���������������������������Sir: An item  in your paper states that gasoline sells  at 300' a gallon in Washington and  only '60c a gallon in B. C. It could  just as truly be stated of everything  else, on about the same proportion.  =-^Now=it=is=self-evidenUthat^vhaWw.e_  need is a greater protection so that  the common people could have" the  pleasure of paying not only two prices  but three or more. Then our already  well-fed combine's jfiogs without  brussels) could be filled to the point  of bursting. Py all means, let the  common people be compelled to buy at  home (home products) till they are  too lean to walk. Surel>������������������ they ought  to be glad to have a chance to hang  their hides on the fence that a few  darling pets of the government may  be fattened.   ;  GEO.  W.   STERLING.  Enderby, May 26th.  WHY?  Editor Commoner���������������������������Sir: Why does  not every district in British Columbia  follow the spirited example of the  people of-.Cowichan, as mentioned in  your paper of May 26th, and agree to  vote for no member who supported  the raising of ministers' salaries during the present indusrial crisis.-  I am, your faithfully,  ROSAMOND   BIGGE.  Gainford Ranch, May.28th.  M. L. Grimmett, of Merritt, Grand number, and now���������������������������the latest���������������������������a drink  Master of the Masonic order, paid an tax. number. For the present, a citi-  ofiicial visit tb Enderby - lodge last '.zen of. this free land of ours can,  Thursday. . 1 eat,  sleep  and  breath without  a tax  The' summer Chautauqua opens in.number hanging over .his.head. These  Armstrong, this afternoon. High-class;three, functions seem-to be necessary  entertainments will be enjoyed, after- Ah order for the. individual to .perform  noons and evenings until the ��������������������������� Sth. '-  v j the others and pay the money, there-  A representative of Dr."Scholl.'foot fore these necessary things, are per-  comfort specialist, will be at>.tlie En. mitted free, of taxation;!- Wasn't that  derby   Supply.. Company's   store   next war a holy horror!'    -      , ^      '" 1 ,.  Wednesday and Thursday, June 8-9.    j 'An   important .meeting   of' Mabel  , .If you^andVtheikiddies;.wisluto en- Lake^ settlers*is toibe .^ld .tJiis<\ye'ek, !p-rogregg here ,.u  joy a real up-to-date picnic on one of attended,     by    Road -  Superintendent,   .^j-. nhodes' ot  Merritt'   is "visiting  the finest picnic grounds in'B." C, go  Taylor, for the purpose of electing a-fr|enjg-j^- GHndro"a "   " ���������������������������" '  to Kelvin Grove tomorrow, Mara Day.. new road foreman.    It is to be hoped  This work was undertaken by the  city in response to the following petition received a week or two ago:  We the undersigned hereby petition  the Municipal Council of the city of  Enderby to grade the Upper Salmon  Arm road from the corner of Knight  street to the city boundary, and to  open up a gravel pit on the property  adjacent thereto included in PJap 188;  and, in cor.dideration of the Council  so doing, we hereby agree and undertake to give, free of charge, "our  work in gravelling or assisting to  gravifl, the said road. " The amount  of work, and the nature thereof, to  be given by each to be that herein-  under set opposite our signatures:  ro-    p,   Leslie,  two  days  work.  Chas. M.- Nelson, four days' work.  B.'-.Harrap, two .days' work.  '   G. H.  Smedley, two days' work.  A. Wallace, five days' with team.  A.   ElliottJ' two   days'  work.  '   Harvey McKee, five days' work.  P. J. Frei, three days .with team, or.  more.  J. H. Teece, six days with team or  more if necessary.   -  J. A..Miller, two days' work.  J. C. Lucas, three days' work.  J. Bogert, three days with team, or  more. ���������������������������  . S. Poison, two" days' work. .  H. M.- Walker, two" days with team.  P. K. Murphy, until finished.  I. J. Gold, until finished. -   -   -.   -  ' R: J. Coltart, until finished. ��������������������������� v\  XX XX XXX^iX xxxxxxxx  "*   :    ... GRINDROD  NOTES-    "-    .������������������  xxx������������������XXXXXX X X XXXX  Extensive   clearing   of   land   Is   in  Assessor Rosoman issued the official  tax notices on May 31st. The colors,  which are in compliance w'ith tlie Act,  are very pleasing���������������������������the most pleasing  part of it.  J.  E.  Eogert left for the  coast on  Saturday, to be absent a fortnight.   Itj  is Mr. Bogert's first trip to Vancouver]  since   coming   to   Enderby,   16   or   IS  years ago.  W. E. Ditchburn of Victoria, Fred J.  Ball and Major Megraw. of" Vernon,  and Major Clarke, of .Victoria, were  in ^Enderby this week in connection  with  Indian- reserve affairs.  Mr. Dale Sr., was in town Tuesday  from his riverside hom.e, .Mabel Lake  Valley. Mr. Dale-is a pioneer of the  district, and a jovial character- everybody is glad to see, any place, any  time.   a  /i'ax notices were issued on June 1st  from the City Hall to all owners of  property in city and school district  "of^Enderbyr^IfHaxes^-are^paid��������������������������� on-or-  before June 30th, the statutory in-  cease of ten cents on the dollar,  which will go into effect on July 1st,  will be avoided. -   "  John Markstrom, shipper at the  Okanagan Saw Mills, this week purchased the brick cottage on Russell  street, in the rear of the Walker  Press and is intending to make substantial improvements thereon, to be  ready for Mrs. Markstrom, who will  arrive  shortly  from  Grand  Forks.  L  A convention of Canadian editors is  to be held at Vancouver next week.  Tt promises to be the largest held in  the Dominion for several years. It is  understood that most of the editors  are following divine advice and ar^  taking their wives with them when  tho# visit Victoria and its environs  on the 11th.  J. B. Gaylord returned from Douglas Lake on Tuesday, whore he spent  last week operating the Midget flouring mill for the Douglas Lake Cattle  Company, which he installed last season. This company is the largest stock  raiser, in - the Interior, having many  thousands of acres of range and agricultural land.  In addition to the pleasure launches  to be operated on Mabel Lake this  season by the Simard Brothers, another with a cabin and equipped with  the   engine  used   last   season   in   the  the foreman elected will be given  enough latitude to use his head, and  can fill "a rut or iron out a chuck-  hole without first getting the sanction  of Vernon,- or Victoria. A split logj  drag used on Mabel Lake road before  the walls of ruts and ridges became - hardened would have accomplished more in a few days' work  than can now be accomplished in the  season's operations.- It-is an abominable road policy that forces the road  foremen to-sit down and do nothing  when the roads are soft and drying  out���������������������������when the foundation for good  roads for the season should be. laid���������������������������  and allow the roads to be cut-deep by  wheel tracks, and then, after these  ruts - and ridges have hardened like  stone, to start to make a surface on  the-roifdJJ  .. Jfr. Weir of Kelowna, spent a few  days with his family in Grindrod.  A number of Grindrott people rode  ,'the goat in the G. F~. Hall last Thurs=  das'. '        .'  The Grindrod 'garage and the Grind-  _  red store" are receiving their first coat  of paint.  R. M.- Edgar, who has been visiting  his son, Sam, returned "to his .home on-  the Prairie this week.  J.Hatcher and family, of New Westminster, moved to Grindrod on Monday and located on the Dangle place.'  Mrs. W.    MacKenzie    and    child of-  Vernon, has been visiting her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. A. D.- Stroulger-the past  week or more.  J.- Hornell was taken to the Salmon  Arm hospital J,ast Friday. It was re-  ported .on _Monday  that  he  is   much  Improved."  xxxxxxhxxxxxxxxxH),hx),XXXKXx  X MARA ITEMS . *  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  D. McNair was a business visitor to  Mara this week. .  Another car was purchased here  lately, Simon Putalo being the owner,  and he' is already an efficient driver.  .  Mr. and Mrs. Kokenpuch (nee Miss  Smith) have returne'd after spending  a month at the coast visiting relatives.  Some of the settlers are bemoaning  the loss of tender garden stuff. and  the expected early potatoes, by the  sharp frost last week.  This is a very busy week for the  ladies, in connection with Mara Day.  But there is no doubt their part will  be efficiently performed as usual.  Sam I-Iines and wife are visiting old  friends and neighbors for a short time.  It is very pleasing to hear them speak  of tho beauties of this platie and of the  likelihood of their coming back to be  residents here. They are greatly impressed by the amount of improvement since they left Mara and predict  a large increase in population when'  the Sicamous road is open.  It is obvious that motor parties have  not forgotten the. quality of those Sunday dinners at the King Edward,\from  the number of autos parked there.  X *  *   ,      NORTH   DEEP  CREEK X.  XXKXXXXXXXXXX,*  Road Foreman R. Davidson has a  gang of men busy working on the  roads.  A good many Deep Creek residents  took in the celebration at Enderby on  the 24th.  Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hayhurst, Mr.  W-. Fortune and Mrs. Mitchell, visited  Salmon Arm on Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. Metford and Mr. and  Mrs. Robinson, of Salmon Arm, visited  Mr. and Mrs. Harvie on Sunday.  Cheaper   Electricity  The municipal council of Penticton has accepted tbe amended proposal of the Okanagan Water Power Co.,  the subsidiary of the Kootney concern  negotiating with Okanagan municipalities.'  Considerably lower rates .have bcen  obtained,and the municipality will get  a flat rate of 3 cents for light, and 3 ,  cents and,2l/2 cents fdr power. The  first 30,000 k.w.h. per month will cost  3 cents and all above that 21/������������������.  The company has reserved the right  to sell direct to any customer requir- .  ing 50 h. p. or more. OKANAGAN COMMONER  THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921  ������������������lumagan Commoner..  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Published every Thursday at Enderby, B. C,  by the Walker Press, at  S3 per year; $1.50 six month3.  H. M.  WALKER  (Member of the United Typothetae of America)  Advertising Rates  Contract or Regular���������������������������4 0c a single-column inch up to  half page;  over half-page. 30c an inch each insertion.  Transient or irregular���������������������������50c an inch; cash to accompany copy to insure publication:. " ���������������������������  Wa.'int Ads���������������������������20c per line first insertion, 10c per lyie  each subsequent insertion. Count 6 words to line.  Water Notices���������������������������ISO words and under, ������������������10.00; each  additional 50 words, $1.00. Land Notices, Timber Licenses, Certificates of Improvement, $10.00 for 60 days,  ���������������������������?7 for 3 0 days.  Local Notices���������������������������20c per line;.. Local readers, 10c line.  Cards of Thanks, $1.00.  THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921  "Colonel" Lowery Passes On  A journal]:.tc pioneer, and a humorist and-satirist ol' lhe old school; a man of lovable nature  and yet one most -warmly damned by men loo  narrow in vision and loo selfish by nature to understand his character, passed on when, the oilier  day in the Nelson hospital, thc mortal mould of  our old friend, H. T. Lcwcry- succumbed to  Bright's disease and lhc spirit of thc man'was released from pain. For seven years, f'ronj 1897 to  190-!. il was our good fortune to live incllic Slocan  and to bc a co-worker wilh "Colonel'; Lowery.  We. look hack upon those days as a time never lo  he forgotten. lt0was in lhc boom days of the Silvery Slocan. lhc heyday of poker and black jack,  of wine, and Scotch, and thc strenuous life in the  oldest profession on earth. Il was there we met  characters. There wasn't- any of. this pin-head  hammering, this bravery in bunches when numerous individuals pool their weaknesses and altogether lambaste the absent one jusl to show how  sincerely Ihey love each othcr. There were none  of ihese "mutual admiration societies in thc Slocan in those days���������������������������each bunching ils weaknesses  againsl lhc othcr. On lhc contrary, men were  individualistic in the mass���������������������������the community's interest Vvas everybody's interest'���������������������������each wjas thc  other's "pard" and to "knock" a manVn his absence .meant that you'd havc to "face it" later.*  < If-"wine and women" mean sin. and noise  and frolic mean hell, then hell "broke loosco  frequently in the Lowery days of the Silvery Slocan, and1 the Lord musl have loved it for we'had  so much of it. But, listen: back'of the noise and  irimmings, the frills or none, there was a genuineness, a manliness, that one may find no othcr  place on earth. Thcy called a spade a-'spade and  lived and loved and worked .just because Ihey had  to to keep their sanity. And these were thc days,  tins the atmosphere wherein Col. Lowery lived  al peace with his fellows and the universe. lie  "had no worries that disturbed him, because hc  ���������������������������harboring no ill. His greatest trouble was in escaping from (he wiles of a wealthy widow lhal  ever pursued him, for he was a bachelor and had  no children.  In J hose days wc printed a I lhe Ledge office,  New Denver, in addition to thc Ledge itself���������������������������an'  8-pagc seven-column paper���������������������������thc "inside" pages  of IhcLardcau "Eagle," then- um bv Johnny.  Langslaff (now" in the Customs' Office at Ver-  nen). and of Ihe Sandon Paystrcak, end also-put  oul monthly Lowery's Claim, a mr.gazine which  I'or a lime created some noise, bul was finally  rulffl oul of lhe mails bv puny postoffice officials  more.pious than prayerful.   ^      _ ___      _  iVol. L(;WtTvT\as''a"n"*ian "tlTaJf bnc"diTlVT(5IVTffvtf  to agree with to be his friend. He recognized  lhal men must diiVer in opinion while, life lasts,  lie died al lhe. age of C5. He.did nol leave a  fortune. Me made money in the printing business bul did not save il. In lhc old days hc'played  poker wilh lhe best of them, and Jean journalistic  months always meant fat poker periods. He was  a most religious man, but his church was the  ('.real Out-of-'Doors. His God was lhc God of  Goodness and a Square Deal. He would have  nothing lo do wilh orthodox churchanily, and  lhis feeling was reciprocated by thc church for  him. Honors b^ing even there was no dispute  necessary and there was thc best -of feeling between  them.  turers have factories in Canada for the manufacture or assembling of American machinery or  goods. Thcy arc beginning to realize lhat we  Canadian's by our protective.tariff laws arc being  forced to pay not only our own protective tariff  but also the protective tariff paid on the same  goods sold across' thc line. In addition to both  Ihesc protective tariffs we also havc to pay lhc  discount on Candian money charged by lhc banks  .���������������������������now 12 percent. Il works oul aboul like lhis:  Say the American tariff is 30 per cent, lhe Same  as lhat of Canada���������������������������on most goods. That is' GO  per cent. To lhis add the bank exchange and we  have a total- increase of 70 to 75 -.per cent. Our  Canadian manufacturers, or our American manufacturers with plants established in Canada, do  not give any reduction on goods manufactured in  Canada. Thcy fix lhcir Canadian price on the  price paid across the line plus the Canadian tariff  and plus freight and plus the discount whether  the money is. sent across Ihc border or stays in  Canada. 11 is all very delightful to contemplate.  We.haven't always fell this way about il, but  onc cannot escape it when hc faces. !hc facts.  Isn't the Price Too Hiarh?  No Tariff Legislation  An Ottawa despatch states that there will bc no  tariff, legislation introduced by. the government  ���������������������������aI lhis session of the Dominion House. This in  spile of Ihe fact that a revision of the tariff has  been promised by the government a long time.  Possibly Premier Meighen and his advisers arc  not considering a reduction of the tarff for the  very good reason lhat lhcy need lhe * money lo  ciirrvon. However, lhc people of Canada "are  quite "Tod up" on Ihese tariff promises and the  high cost of going excuses. They are beginning  to'realize as never before that they arc being bled  while bv our tariff laws and lhat the only people  who appear lo benefit thereby are he manufacturers and the revenue lax collector. Thcy realize  lhal nol less lhan SO per cent of llu- capital invested in manufacturing enterprises in Canada is  American capital, and lhal these same manufac-  When Mr. Speers, representing the newly  formed athletic association, appeared before the  City Council some weeks ago and asked financial  assistance for thc association, intimating at Ih.c  lime tliat they would like to run lhc recreation  ground sports on May 24th for the financial gain  of Ib.e association, fhere was then before thc  Council an application from Ihc War Veterans'  Association; asking similar financial assistance in  order to put on its feet the Enderby football team  which had already been practicing three or four  weeks. Mr. Speers was asked if it was. the intention of thc athletic association to lake in hand  the financing and seeing through of thc football  team and oilier sports���������������������������to place all on a sound  foundation under onc head. Thc assurance was  given by Mr. Speers that lhis was the intention of  the alhiclic association, and in view of lhis assurance the request from the foojball team was  turned down and the celebration day ground proceeds were-pledged lo the association.  Since this;lime thc Enderby lacrosse club has  becn organized and thc learn, Ihrough Mr. Koury,  has" pin-chased lacrosse slicks, elc, and thc boys  arc fast whipping into shape for the season's  play,, they being anxious lo gel games div with  Armstrong and Salmon Arm.  .Early in the season the Enderby football,team  arranged wilh Vernon   to'play here May 24th.  (This arrangement was not acceptable to thc few  J men who^spcak for the athletic association, and  ithe local team were.told that no room could bc  found for them on that day.    As a result, Ihc local team  of footballers, quit practicing and lhe  team disbanded.   A similar request was made by  the lacrosse team, and they were given lhe same  answer, and  were told- that  thcy ^youId  not bc  recognized by the athletic association.  Jn view of these rebuff's, and considering the  assurances that were given to the City Council,  we hope to bc excused for asking a show-down  by the athletic association. Is il duly organized?  Ai the meeting called a few weeks ago to complete organization of thc association, Ih.c question of completing organization never came up.  ilas Ihc. association a constitution? Has it a  paid membership? Is it organized to promote  ��������������������������� .ris ; > general, or only thc league game of  baseball?  We ask Ihese questions for the reason lhal it  may as Well bc recognized al lhc outset lhal there'  can bc no permanent success in sports if one  -tt. htcHH sH o-a Hem p Ho-gra b-i l-a il=a n d-the-o thers  arc not to bc given a look in. Thc definite assurance was given the City lhat the other branches,  would be" looked after, and the Empire Day  ground .-privileges were turned over to thc athletic  association on this assurance. Thcrc can bc no  success with the football boys feeling Ihey have  been crowded out and thc lacrosse team sore be-  cause of similar trcatm.ent accorded them.  There should bc an understanding, and lhe  sooner if comes the belter. Years ago wc learned  in   lhe Okanagan   lhat  when   we  allempt somi-  oncc  ic  declaration some eight or ten years ago -when the  different towns attempted" the semi-professional  game. You know how it works. An aggregation  of baseball players will drift in from the coast  cities and situations will bc found for Ihem in the  different towns. Some will play as members of  one town team and some as members of another  town team. At least two teams will be pretty  well balanced. The other town teams niay play  home'boys.'cntirely, and sincerely,-try .to put up  the best ball playing that is in them. The rest is  easy for the promoters. It then becomes ah'ordinary betting proposition' I'or them. An error or  two in any game and the home-town team, is enabled to win. The score in any game can be regulated lo a nicely, as well as the betting.  .If we are to have thc old-time enthusiasm in  our sports we must keep away from this open  and shut brand of sport. Wc must keep our  Toms, Dicks and Harrys in the game and not put  them out to make room for strangers wl o have  no more interest in thc game than the money it  enables them to make in side bets and on lhe  season's play.  professionalism in our baseball teams we al oik  slarl on the down grade.   "Never again," was tl  ,j4������������������-CIVIC>PRIPE  r%te Civic Krid  Is-lik.e ix biricLe  our- love mone  Il> mkKeS you. wisli  T&fcL ALT, poor* {Ish.  j     >> P^-Y -WH58E  rou jLiy/e  Beaver Board  Our stock of Beaver Board has just arrived,  sizes  48 inches wide, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 ft. long-  Gillette Safety Razors.  Regular $5.00 for ...: :   $3.75  Free���������������������������A Grass Catcher���������������������������free  With every lawn mower.  Paints, Varnishes, Alabastine  Our stock is complete  Rubber hose andi garden tools  McMAHON & MACK  HEAVY    AND    SHELF    HARDWARE    PLUMBING   AND    FITTING  ESTABLISHED 1872  WINNIPEG  OFFSSC  It often happens that when a husband dies his wife is unable to obtain  any ready money until the court proceedings are completed. A joint account 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.  SPfcCIAWf  Watch for our  specials  on  display and keep the cosl  of living; down.  Full line* crockery  at low prices.  \ ' J :         **������������������)   'Agents   Massey-Harris  Co.   Machinery  Teece & SOU      Phone 48    Flour, Feed & Groceries  Sells at Sight  verM 4 special  If interested come in and let us show yon the points of supremacy of  these new cars. Carload just unloaded. They are THE light car of  quality and duarability on the market, at a low price.  Jas. McMahon & Son        Enderby ���������������������������0  THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  TODAY'S   RELIGION  Religion is telling the truth in a trade.  Without even counting the cost,  And  having the  courage  to  stand  by  tho right,  Though fortune and friends may be  lost.  Religion is 3fi inches per- yard,  ������������������ And 1G full ounces per pound,  And 60 whole minutes of other men's  time.  '    Not   watching   those   minutes   roll  'round  Religion is meeting tho world with a  _ ,smile,  Then bringing a bright smile back  home���������������������������  A joy to the loved ones- who wait for  your step,  No matter how far you may foam.  Religion is turning your back on the  wrong.  With a prayer in your heart to do  right ;  Then stepping forth boldly to conquer  yourself  With your face ever facing the light.  Religion   is   giving  a  bright  word   or  more,  To   those   whose   dark clouds hide  their sun;  If  you've   got   the   kind of religion I  .    mean,  You  will   hoar  the  Great  Master's  "Well done."  ���������������������������Marshall-Wells   "Zenith."  LAND  CLEARING  POLICY  WOMAN  According, to Hindu legends, the*  ego Vulcan, of. Hindu mythology,  created the world. When he started  on woman he found ��������������������������� he had used up  all available materials, but knew that  the world would be nothing without  woman, so he took��������������������������� ������������������  e The roundness' of the moon,  -The   unrulating   curve   of   the   serpent,  '.The graceful twist of the creeping  plant,  :The slenderness.of the.-willow,  ' The velvet of the flowers"  -,The  lightness  of.'the  feather, ���������������������������  -���������������������������Th gentle "gaze of the doe,  '"The"   frolicsome    reflection   of   the  dancing sunbeam,  The   tears   of  the   cloud,  The inconsistency of the wind,"  The timidity of .the hare,  .The vanity of the  peacock,  The hardness  of the  diamond,  The chill of the snow,  "   The cooing of the turtle dove,  And all these he combined to form  this, glorious- being���������������������������woman.  ���������������������������   Some men find it easier to acquire  a reputation than to earn a living.  W. J. LPHKE  =-=���������������������������W.-Mt=-=  AF.&A.M-  Enderby Lodfre No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after thc  full moon at 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall.- Visiting  brethren cordially invited  ������������������   - C. Ht. REBV.ES  _^ Secretary __  ENPERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets 1st & 3rd  Monday eve  in Masonic Hall.   Visitorscor-  dially invited to attend.  G. A. RANDS., C. C  H. M. WALKER. K. R. S  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  After summing up the provisions of  the proposed land clearing policy of  the Provincial Government, a summary of which was given in the last  issue of the Commoner, the Agricultural Department says:  "Certain difficulties in the organization of such a scheme musl be obvious  In thc first place, the question of security for thc recovery of- moneys expended requires some thought. A  very large proportion of the farm  properties in the province at the present time are heavily encumbered by  mortgages, either on account of loans  o.r balances due on the' purchase  price. As a matter of experience it  is frequently found that the amount  of such encumbrance is excessive in  proportion to "the property in question. It may readily be argued that  the clearing of increased acreages on  encumbered properties would, often  bo the best means to assist the farmer in the speedy discharge of such  encumbrance, but it is still necessary  in the case of a government development scheme to secure moneys expended as a first charge against the  land.  "In the case of dyking and drainage  districts formed for the protction of  land subject to damage by flood, it is  provided by law that taxes levied to  recover capital and maintenance  chai ge against " all lands within the  district. The question as to whether  charges for land-clearing might be so  secured by legislation has not yet  been "given  consideration  What's   your' Number?  Victoria���������������������������At least $50,000 a year  will be saved in the selling of liquor  and possibilities of bootlegging will be  reduced almost to zero, according to  plans formulated by the liquor board  here.  The elimination of the bootlegger is  to be achieved by the stamping of all  liquor that comes into tht province,  it is planned. Every liquor buyer in  British Columbia, will be numbered,  just like a motor car. This number  will most likely consist of the first  letter of his naraea nd after that a  series of figures. These numbers" will  all be registered at the head office or  the liquoroboard.  The liquor sold to any person will  have to be stamped ,by the government with the number of that person.  All liquor entering the province in any  other way will have to be stamped by  the government with that person's  number.  Any person caught -with a bottle not  bearing his own number will be asked  to explain as it will almost be'direct  evidence tbat the person who bought  the liquor from the government in" the  first place had disposed or it to some  one else for some consideration or  other. The person to whom the liquor  was sold in the first place can be located just as easily as the "owner of a  motor car who exceeds the speed  limit.  BASEBALL   LEAGUE   SCHEDULE.  A ^C. SKAUNG, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby. B.C.  EUBEKA EOPGE NO 50     "  J, O. 0.-F.  Meets every Tuesday evening at.8  o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially  invited.  W. A, RUSSELL. N.G.G. S.DUNCAN, V.G.  H. A. TEECE, Sec.   Notary Public  Insurance and General Agent  JAS. PICKSON  Bell Block Enderby  W. A. RUSSELL  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Free       Enderby, Phone S2  A Dangerous Practice  A matter "of vital concern to all  railway travellers was suereested in  a letter t'nat appeared in a recent  issue of the "Montreal Star" under  the heading of "The Editor's Mail."  This letter was as follows:  A DANGEROUS PRACTICE.  The  Editor:��������������������������� *     J  Sir,���������������������������There is one thinj? which I ���������������������������  think should be brpujrht to the attention of'the big officials of our railway companies. That ia thehighlv  dangerous practice of smoking- in  sleeping cars. ,  In a train in which I was travel-"  ling the other .night from-"Toronto  to Montreal. I heard a Dorter .{ro'up  to a berth and' ask the occumint'if-.  he were smoking. There was a verv  sheepish denial, _but as a matter of  fact the man was smoking a. c?<rar-  ette���������������������������not in the smo!Hr>(r, ������������������"in>-n. remember, but in his berth. Quit?  smart from the'larl- nf consideration  which this showed for the othpr n^s-  sengers���������������������������amongst whom' were several ladies���������������������������thi"k of tb������������������ din������������������rpr of  it, where an accident little "f're  might have endangproc. the lives of  some score more. There are s-relv  enough instance ._,on record' where  men smoking in bpd in the'r own  houpoa have -fs'le*" aslepn and been  burned to d<**",th. .without having to  emnhasi=e the tm,',h bigger danger  in a bed on a train.  f spoke about this- case to the  porter in the morning; and he told  me that one day there would be a  hisy fire, and then nponle would perhaps sit up and take notice. JThe-  worst,offenders, he said, are not th������������������  people in the ordinary berths, who  can be asked to stoo, so much as  those who occupy compartments, and  who can Inclc t^pir doors.and tell the  Sorter  who  remonstrates   to  Jpo   to  _the devil. r. =__  f am not an anti-smoking' crank,  but J am a verv frequent traveller.  and f once had tlie misfortune to  Iosb # relative in. a railway fire,  which started in a way co*"-"^!.;.*.*  i;v<_ fViio. a.>fl ��������������������������� am sure that if the  big railway official realized the  seriomness ��������������������������� of this they would, in  justice to the travelling public, issue  strict orders about it.      B. b. ?���������������������������  Interviewed on this matter. 41  prominent railway official said that  the writer of this letter had been  misinformed in thinking that the  matter had not been drawn to the  attonttaR of the mJ'.iTnv co'tinanips.  for ff WM one that had been en-  ���������������������������J3(r:ng their attention for some,  time. ' Tbey are taking every precaution TK������������������aJ!ible to nrpvent fires, but  they were hamnered to a verv great  extent by thp indifference of manv  members of the travelling public.  He quoted one ca3e that occurred recently in which the ncrnnant of a  compartment had set his hprVUna- on  fire tfcroaprh smoking in bed. a bad  fire tosvfnof been prevented on1? bv  tht Tfriltnce of the porter. Consideration for the safptv and comfort of others-i-if not of them������������������elvet   would he th" onlv method of com-  i,���������������������������i!-~ ts*}, bnd ard dangerous nrae-  tice. which, he added, seems to be  growing tapidly in volume.  June. 2���������������������������Enderby at Vernon.   p;  June    9���������������������������Vernon at Kelowna.  .June 16���������������������������Enderby  at  Kelowna.  June 23���������������������������Kelowna   at   Vernon.  June 30���������������������������Kelowna   at   Enderby.  July    7���������������������������Vernon at Enderby.  July 14���������������������������Enderby at Vernon.  July 21���������������������������Vernon  at  Kelowna.  July 2S���������������������������Enderby  at  Kelowna.  When the boys "assembled for their  game of ball, Bobby,'the pitcher, was  missing. ��������������������������� Jimmy was sent to investigate."    '_. .        . -   '.  "Is-Bobby at home?" he asked the  sister who ansvyefed his knock. .  7" 'Course    he    is,"    she    answered.  "Don't you, see his ,shirt on the.line?"  Productive  and  Provident People  Tit  The more you produce and the more you <-  save the richer are you and the better off  is the community in which you live.  Thrift and production arc needed to-day  ���������������������������needed more than ever, before. This  bank is protecting and adding interest to  the money, of thousands of hardworking Canadians���������������������������people who forge ahead  and help their country to grow.  BANK OF MONTREAL  Established 1817- .  Total Assets in Excess op $500,000,000.  Head Office. Montreal.  .     ENDERBY  J. E. Leslie  BRANCH  e Manager  ARMSTRONG  BRANCH  C. B. Winter       Manager  Branches in all important centres in, Canada  Savings Departments at all Branches  dr-  Girls who are alway.s harping on the  rights of women usualy get left in the  matrimonial shuffle.  Counter Cbtwfc Books S&S3  fry your Jiome printer, at a spying to you, Mr. Merchant.;  C'The Coming Week of June 6 to 11 will        and  distress.    Jflelp  it to  inculcate  its  .seethe .greatest_������������������ed Cross Membership principles and practice amongst the jjsing  "Enrollment Drive that Canada has ever  known. British- Columbia must, and will,  top the list, else it will defeat its own  traditions, so splendidly upheld.  f[ The Fed Cross is today a living thing,  pulsating with energy. A child of war, it  will not be denied its right to manhood in  time of peace. Vast as was its work in  battle, vaster still are the labors which now  confront it���������������������������labors which it is pledged to  undertake.  f[ Join the Bed Cross in British Columbia,  and by your example and effort help it to  achieve its work in the relief of sickness  gent ration ��������������������������� the mothers and fathers of  tomorrow.  *C Join the ������������������e4 Cross in British Columbia,  you men and women of our Province, and  help it in Hs greatest endeavor for the  improvement of health and the prevention  of disease.  a  C Join the Junior Fed Cross in British  Columbia, you hoys and girls. You will  be proud to wear its emblem���������������������������you will be  glad to serve under its banner. Many are  , the children less fortunate than you whoirt  you can help and cheer.  According to a report from the marriage license bureau most of the Boston women who marry today are between 27 ..and- 33 years of age. Most  of the bridegrooms are between 30 and  40.  Senior Enrollment Fw V-M  Junior Enrollment Fee fMS  Mail your Enrollment Fee to your Local Branch or the  CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY  "   BRITISH COLUMBIA DIVISION  626 Pender Street West Vancouver, B. C.  fifrm&fp Ci   'A- 'vCir^-. il  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921  x y v.a aa y x x x xxxxxxa  y CHURGH   SERVICES 5;  ,x a x a x a x~x xxxxx x x a  ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH*  Minister: Rev. John W. Stott, B. A.  During Mr."Stott's absence the morning service, at 11 has been withdrawn.  Mr. C. G. Piper will conduct evening  service at 7.30 on Sunday. May 2Sth,  June 5th, 12th ancl 19Lh. Sundayschool  at 10 a.m.    Hullcar at 2.30.   .  THE   SUPER-ILLUSION  METHODIST   CHURCH  Pastor, Capt. Rev. J. G. Gibson.  Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.  Bible class at 2.30 p.m.  Ashton Creek at 11.30 a.m.  Evening service at 7.30 p.m., subject  "Zucs Pater." Give one hour in the  week to the Lord;  it will pay you.  ST.  GEORGEtS  CHURCH  The Rev. Mr. Alderson of Armstrong-  will conduct Evensong at 7.30 p. m.,  June 5th.  ENDERBY     OPERA     HOUSE  HOLIDAY     SPECIAL  FRIDAY  &  SATURDAY���������������������������June 3 & 4  5-Reel' Feature,   "The  Last  Straw,"  starring  BUCK JON'ES.    -  Sunshine    Comedy,    "Her    Private  Husband."      Ford Film.  Show starts at S p.m. Regular prices  15c and 35c. - ������������������  sr  sr   sr  sr   sr   sr  sr  sr  sr  sr sr   sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  ss   .s   j^ js  js  js   #��������������������������������������������� ** js  js js  rs rs  rs  rs  rs  S. COMING    EVENTS X  X All ads under this head, 15c line X  Dr. Sumner will be in Enderby Monday, Tuesday  and   Wednesday of next  week:-at the King* Fdward Hotel.  ' '*  The regular meeting of thc Enderby  Locai, U. F. B. C. will be held on Friday, June 3rd. ������������������~  ������������������~ *  There will'be a tennis match against  Salmon Arm on Knderby court, Thurs  day, June 2nd, at 2 p.m.  m2G-2c  CARD OF THANKS  We desire through this column to  extend a hearty "vote of thanks" to all  friends who so .kindly contributed to  our dinner of Mav 24th.       ������������������  METHODIST  LADIES'  AID.  NOTICE  I will not be responsible for any  debts contT-acted by my son, Jas. McMahon.* without a written order from  me. ��������������������������� JAMES  McMAHON.  Enderby, B. C. May 27, 3 921.   Want A4s  3c a word first insertion, 2c ��������������������������� word each insertion thereafter: 2iic minimum charge; "10c extra  where cash docs not accompany order.  HAVE a two-acre block on the river  bank, short walk from postoffice;  planted to alfalfa, which will sell  for cash or on terms. \V., Commoner office. j2-tf  FOR SALE���������������������������50-acre dairy farm as a  going concern; near Mara. Apply,  Mrs. B. Campbell, Mara, B.C.     j2-2p  WANTED���������������������������A  by June 10.  Office.  small   furnished house,  Address, G., Commoner  J2-lp  FOR   SALE���������������������������Four   fresh   milch   cows.  J. V., Box 11G, Enderby.      m26-2p  FOR SALE���������������������������A particularly handsome  American reed organ; six sets; 13  stops; knee swells. Chas. Hawkins,  Enderby. m26-2c  FOR LIMITED SERVICE���������������������������A young  Jersey bull.    I. J.- Gold, Enderby.  FOR SALE ��������������������������� Seven-room two story  frame house with acre of land and  outhouses. Price $3,000. Apply Mrs.  S. O. Skjeie, Enderby. mn-tf  FOR SALE���������������������������Six-roomed cottage unfurnished or furnished with everything for immediate occupation. 2  large lots.    Apply Ed. Gray.    a21-6p  For  Safe   by  A. REEEVES  ENDERBY  We never tire of pounding into pur  readers what we deem to be one of  the super-illusions we are laboring under these days, namey, that society  can be effectively reformed by legislation. Scarcely a session of Parliament, federal and local, comes aroijn'd  wi'hout a grist of freak legislation  and an insistent demand by many  otherwise intelligent people, that more  and yet more restrictive "uplift" laws  be passed. And all the time, nobody  bothers about the idea of educating  tho citizen himself in his duties and  responsibilities to the -state and to  his fellow man. That, which contains  the whole essence and kernel of the  problem, is simply ignored completely.  We just talce it for granted, that when  we pass a law admonishing him, under penalty, to become good, honest,  sober, hardworking, etc., that he just  naturally reforms over night. We are  unduly optimistic f  Now wo are going to attempt to  put the idea "across" clothed in poetic  garb. The following from the pen of  Edgar A. Guest, appears recently In  the columns of the Cosmopolitan Magazine. It is worth reading and inwardly digesting. ,  We were sitting there an' smokin' of  our pipes, discussin' things,  Like licker, votes for wimmin, an' the  totterin- thrones o' kings,  When he"up an- strokes his whiskers  *   with his hand an' says t' me:  "Changin'  laws  an'  legislatures  ain't.  as  fur as  I can  see, '"' z  Goin' to make this world much better,  unless somehow we can  Find a way to make a better an' afiner  sort o'. man.  "The   trouble . ain't   with   statutes   or  with systems���������������������������not at all;,  It's with humans jus' like we air, an'  their petty ways an' small.  We  could' stop  our  writin'  law-books  an' our regulatin' rules  if a better sort of manhood  was the  product of our schools.  rFor   the   things   that   wc   air- needin'  isn't writin' from a. pen  Or bigger guns  to- shoot .with,  but a  bigger type of men. " =  "I reckon all  these problems air jest  ornery like the weeds.  They grow in soil that oughta nourish  only decent deeds,  An' they waste our time an' fret us  when, if we were thinkin' straight  An"  livin   right,   they   wouldn't  be   so  terrible and great.  A good horse meeds no snaffle, an' a  good man, I opine,  Doesn't need a law to check .him or to  forcc him into line. O  "If  we  ever  start  in   teachin"  to  oui  children, year by year,  How to live with one another, there'll  bo less o' trouble here.  If we'd teach 'cm how to neighbor an'  to walk in honor's ways,  We could settle every problem which  the mind o' man can raise.  What  we're  needin'   isn't  systems   or  somc  regulatin'   plan,  NEXT  A woman has named .her twin  daughters Gasoline and Kerosene.���������������������������  Exchange.  The old man's name is probably  Pete Roletun.���������������������������Boston Commercial  Bulletin.  We'hope the babies will grow up a  parafine girls���������������������������Boston Herald.  But we fear that spanking in the  immediate neighborhood of the girls  in question will be a very dangerous  passtime.���������������������������Muns)ey's   Weekly.  Of course they will be  courted  by  Eirst---Quality  Second���������������������������Economy  Third���������������������������Service  _.  You get these  at  Enderby's  Quality  Store  DUNCAN BROS.  Phone 75' Enclerby  You cannot make a mistake in buy-  ng a 1921; Ford���������������������������the Universal. carJ  Equipped with self-starter, demountable rims, one-man top. No car on  the market at anything like the price  will give you the satisfaction thiss car  will.    Let us demonstrate it-.to you.  GEO. A. RANDS  Ford Pealer, JSnderpy  But a bigger  an'  type o' man."  a  finer an'  a  truei  Judge: Be careful, -'sir, or I'll commit you for contempt of court.  Witness: I've not expressed contempt for the court, my lord. On thc  contrary, I've carefully concealed my  feelings!  stoning  Goods  AW your  requirements  for Baseball  Lacrosse  Football  and Tennis  A. Reeves  Druggist and Stationer.  ENDERBY  Choice Cuts  We  are prepared to supply on  short, notice  GEO. R. SHARPE  Wholesale  and   Retail  Butcher  Enderby, R. C.  Don't Bub. in tlie  Paris  Get your old model Ford Car  equipped with Storage Battery and  Electric Lights for $30.00, and get  your Battery Recharged for $1.50.  We have the agency for the Columbia Storage Battery and can supply  anything in  this  line.  Ford and Chevrolet Batteries at  $30.00.  Don t forget us when needing anything in car repairs or supplies and  remember . we do acetylene welding,  brazing and sodering of all kinds.  Try Us: ���������������������������  GRINDROD   MOTOR   GARAGE  Grindrod,  B. C.  MILK  We make regular delivery from our  dairy.        More pustomers wanted.  Table or whipping- cream to order.  I. J. GOLD, CITY  lamplight. After marriage their husbands should not allow them to make  the fire in the morning.. .Philadelphia Press.  The reporter who perpetrated the  above "twin" story hasn't benzine  since.���������������������������-Making Paper.  I quess that reporter was pretty  hungry for a story but after he wrote  "dis-till-ate" his supper. If he didn't  ho was a damn "fuel."���������������������������The Manufacturer.  After all the advice that has been  given in Vancouver about, developing  our natural resources during the past  week, will some one tell us what to do  with the commodities that have been  produced and for which there is no  market?���������������������������B. C. Federationist.        :  "I should t/hinik that you'd be  .ashamed to show your face in such  a gown."  "Don't worry, darling; people  won't look at my face."  To deliver in Enderby at Vernon prices,  McCoriniok arid Deering farm Implements  Binders       Rakes       Mowers  Tedders      Binder Twine  A few Discs and Gang Plows will be sold  AT COST to clean up.  G. S. Galbraith & Sons  Phone 83  Vernon  Foot Specialist  Coming to This Store  An expert on the human foot will be here'on JUNE 8th and half  day JUNE 9th to tell our customers about foot comfort and how  easily it can be attained.  Free Examination and Advice  ' This specialist knows all about feet and, how to  overcome their troubles and give perfect comfort.  bf.e was trained under the personal direction of Dr.  Wm. M- Scholl, the recognized foot authority.  Afplianw Qri&n^JWvetyWofTw^  Come in and let "him demonstrate to you that  the proper fitting of the proper appliance will end  all that foot suffering for you. - No chargre whatever..   Everybody invited.  ENPPRPY SUPPI.Y COMPANY  pverythwp in our Gent'* Furnishings  until the encj of the month  ED     F>TT  T     Men's Clothing, Poots & Shoes  ���������������������������  4-r������������������  J-I + t-'t-' Groceries, Etc.     Enderby  j\rirkf\tKrir*fv~*r^i~*~^^m*~fm*~* * ^^i*^^^^,^^^ _������������������____������������������________>___i___,_^_fc___i_____fc__fc___,__>____������������������_������������������_____������������������__>_*__������������������_������������������_������������������____������������������_������������������___._������������������_������������������__*____������������������_fc_������������������_______������������������_������������������  OKANAGAN GARAGP  ARMSTRONG, ft. C.  Mclaughlin arte} Chevrolet Gars  New Mocjels.   New prices.  Chev49Qf $ 1050 f.o.h.Armstrong  Latest Models in stock  KING EDWARD  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby


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