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Array if*  (���������������������������VW*'.'-*^/  w ^  *jun t&piy  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Vol. 14, No. 12, Whole No. 690.  Thursday, June 23, 1921  Subscription $3   per year  Local News and Comment  on Men, Things and Events  Mrs. W. A. Behrend, of Chicago, is resident of Revelstoke for 35 years,  visiting her sister,  Mrs.  Speers. [died of heart failure.  Born���������������������������At the Enderby Hospital,,) A prominent Western Judge says:  June  20th,   to   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Harold  "It Is time to revert to the good old  Bawtree, a daughter.   '  Dr. Sumner will be in Enderby next  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, at  King Edward Hotel.  'Arthur and Herbert Teece left this  ��������������������������� week on an auto trip to the Fish Lake  country, back of Kamloops.  ' Mrs. Jas. Martin and .daughter, are  going to Orillla, Ont., for the holidays,  leaving Wednesday afternoon.  - Mrs. A. Rogers returned ��������������������������� from the  East last week, where she .has been  visiting her mother several weeks.  Paradise "is a place where- people  write short, interesting news items to  the paper and- always sign their names  Nowadays Ayhen a girl tells her fellow that he mustn't see her anymore,  it's a tip for him to turn out the light*.  Of course,':England and Ireland" are  principle cf punishment in the home  \ and then there will be less punishment  to be done in the courts."  One    economist    suggests    governments   reducing  expences   Instead   pf  raising taxes.    This  is  slightly revo  lutionary   but   interesting' withal,   as  a new idea is always interesting.  E. Robertson is prepared to give  estimates and to do any job ol brick  and stone work in Enderby and district, and in a card ��������������������������� in this issue of  the Commoner is soliciting orders.  On Thursday next, June 30th, that  being the last day for payment of  taxeB at par, the collector's office, at  the City Hall will be open till 6 p.m.,  and again in the evening till 9 o'clock.  "Please sir, I lost my mama," cried  a wee daughter to a Vancouver police-  both  civilized, but  if they ^yere not, ,man.    "Poor  child,"  sympathetically,  what else couldthey do.to each other? "why didn't you hold on toner skirt  Advertisements  should  be-like  the  styles in skirts;  short enough to be  attractive, but long enough  to cover  ,4the subject.  In a crowd like this?"    "Please sir, I  couldn't reach It." "-'������������������������������������  *'The strawberry social to have been  given  by the  ladies  of the  Catholic  It   is   no  great  consolation  to  the j church last Saturday evening on. Mr.  gardner to. know that the neighbor's  Measure's lawn, was postponed until  chickens that scratch up his plots are  purebreds.  North Enderby will hold a school  picnic Friday afternoon at the old-  time picnic grounds, along the shore  of Folkard's* lake.  Monday eyeing on^ account of. rain,  and proved a very enjoyable affair. *  Members of the Glow Girl's Club, of  the Presbyterian... Church, are going  camping next week' at Okanagan -lake,  being chaperoned  by Miss  Ferguson  - N. H. Kenny returned last Thursday���������������������������-.The; y. will be joined at the.lake by  from the East, whither'he went early membbrs bf the: various pGIow; Girl's  in March,, accompanying Alex. Bilsland 'clubssof the Valley,  to Cornwall,- Ont. .  ,!*He���������������������������"What   did   your   father   say  when you told him that my love for ballbts'af the lasf provincial /election  Monday next, June 27,is.the last day  ,on .which'J citizens  who "did  not  easl  you   is-like  a  gushing-brook?"  ���������������������������He said, "Dam it!"  She  can have "their, names- re-entered on  the provincial list.    The names of all  Twenty years ago the women wore those who did, not vote at the general  their skirts to their shoe tops on rainy j election last December have been  days..  It sort o' looks now as if they stricken from the roll.  were getting ready for a flood. -  An average- cut of 12- per cent In  A, school girl was required to write  200 -words about a motor car. - ��������������������������� She  wages will he made on 104 American I submitted the following: "My uncle  railroads on July I, cutting $400,000,- [ fought a motor car. He was out riding  000 from the railway wage bill. I jn the country when it busted going  Now Js the time to lay in a supply Up hill. The other 400 words are what  of sugar for canning. It is now down (my' uncle said when he was walking  i'n price, the price paid by retailers to back to town, but I know you wouldn't  wholesalers being $10 per 100 lbs.  / A wealth of smiles is in store for  Enderbyites next Monday and Tues  want ro������������������ to repeat them." i -  Animal lovers are shocked by the  statement in tho'House of Commons  day nights when "Fatty" Arbuckle is, by Winston Churchill that the reduc-  to appear in "Brewster's Millions." jtion of the British forces in Mesopo-  Go right ahead and criticise the laws tamia means the sentence of death on  and call the,officers, numbskulls���������������������������that [30,000 horses, which cannot be used  is the only way to make a safe place for any other purpose, and will not  to live in. U>ok at Russia, f'rlnstance. be left bvthe war_departmenl to the  ill-treatmv3nt���������������������������tfiey-wSiild-be^sure^to"  "Father doesn't believe-that mother  does any work until he gets up some  morning when mother is sick and has  to dress one of the children all by himself.  It is surprising how somc otherwise  excellent citizens of this town love  scandal. What they really ought to  have is shock absorbers worn on the  ears.  Every farmer should name his farm;  paint the name on a becoming sign  board with his name atached aiid  place it at the gateway or entrance to  the farm.  We read in the paper the other day  where some' who thinks he knows  said that a woman- is as old as she  looks and the man as young as long  as he looks'.  Work was begun on the building of  the operating 'room addition to the  Enderby Hospital last week by contractor Hawkins, and the job is now  well underway. ' -  As son as Eve ate the apple she  wanted some garments less diaphanous than the salubrious ozone of Eden  Aparently the women of today should  eat more appfes.  If all of us would bear in mind that  happiness is from within and hot from  without, there would be a wellspring  of joy in every heartland the sun  would shine forever.  While bear hunting on Monday,  "Sandy" McRae, one of the best-  known  old-timers   of  the  Interior,  a  get from the natives.  Tbe citizens of Armstrong are bidding for the pleasure of seeing "most  of tbe people of Enderby district there  July 1st. While they promise no big-  money attractions, they have prepared  a good program of sports and promise  all a big day of enjoyment. Thoy are  preparing a cinder track for bicycle  racing, and are making this an important feature of the celebration.  Tbe Dominion government mosquito  man, who Is endeavoring to reduce the  mosquito evil In B.C., made a survey  of conditions in the vicinity of Mission  City some days ago, just to see how  the pests were coming along as compared with last year. He found that,  whereas last year the Fraser Valley  meadows assayed 600 mosquito eggs  to the foot, this year the number is  3000.  The Prince of Monaco, now in the  United States, notes* two surprising  and contrasting effects of the war���������������������������it  has made the serious-minded persons  more serious-minded than before and  the light-headed more light-headed.  "Everywhere I go," he adds, "people  are dancing wildly and other people  are hungering after science and learning. Two reactions are running  through our life, the flippant and the  spiritual."  A branch bf the. United Farmers  was organized at Quesnel last Friday  evening.    Mr. "Copeland, president of  the organization, said that he held  largely-attended meetings all through  the Lillooet,. Chilcoten and Cariboo  districts, locals being formed at every  settlement. *  You tell me that there are many unpleasant things troubling you in the  place you work. If.you can answer  without betraying a .secret, would you  mind telling me if you ever heard of  velvet being used successfully as a  substitute for sandpaper? The unpleasant, the hard, the trying, the  temper-testing, are the sandpaper  aids that smooth you off, that fit you  to shoulder bigger responsibilities and  to resist more trying troubles later on.  So be thankful  fot- the sandpaper.  Kingston, Ont., girls of twelve and  thirteen years"of age, it appears, have  been going to school wearing socks  that ..leave their legs bare above the  knee. This gar^ has been the subject  .__ much comment on the part ot tne  teachers, and last week in one of the  public schools the principal requested  that the larger girls come to class  Ihore modestly garbed. This request  raised the ire of .some of the parents,  who intimated' that it was their 'business and not that- of the principle h������������������w  their daughters were clad when tbey  attended school.  The Farmers Sun gives' a list of  members of parliament who shared,  as directors of companies, in the sale  of goods to Roumania and Greece for  which the Canadian Government advanced the money. *< Ten-members of  the commons, and .the senate were in  this <sWay ..benefitted, to the extent of  $1,200,000 of business divided - up  among the companies they represent;  The advances .made by. the government' - have not, been - repaid, "and - it  looks as-if tbereJJ.'would be - a"_ great  deal ofjtrbuble^incijllecting tlie-debts.  As the Sun says: these European  countries have tbe goods, the-members of parliament ahd their .friends  have the money and we pay tjje bills."  There is more sunshine.-than-rain,  more joy than pain, more smiles"than  tears in the world. Those who say to  the contrary we would not choose for  our companions. Thc'jsood heart, the  tender feelings, and pleasant disposition make smiles, love and sunshine  everywhere. A word'spoken pleasantly is a large spot of sunshine on the  sad heart, and who has not seen it's  effects? A smile is like the breaking  out of the sun behind a dark cloud  to him who has no friend in the world.  The tear of affection, how brilliantly  it shines along the pathway of life.  A .thousand g-ms make a ro'lky way  on earth more'glorious than the glorious cluster above our heads.  Baseball and Lacrosse Teams  Keep in the Running  Wages to  Come   Down  Montreal, June 20.���������������������������Faced with  the direct statement that their unions were' expected to accept wage  reductions aggregating $31,875,000 a  year, 110 representatives of Canadian  railway employees who came to Montreal yesterday-are journeying toward  their respective homes today to acquaint the unions with the facts presented to. them by the vice presidents  ln charge of operations of the Grand  Trunk and Canadian Pacific Railways.  The number of employees of Cana-  ian railways is approximately, 150,000  The average wage of the Canadian  workers is approximatly, under existing schedules, $1700 a year. Thus  the aggregate wages paid to Cana-:  dian railway employees a year is  $256,000,000.  The reduction promised for July is  one of 12 per cent, or roughly, $31,-  S75.000. That figure represnts a reduction of approximately* $212,50. a  year or $4.18 a week in the average  wage  of each  individual.  The Olympir baseball boys know it  requires a lot of practice in order to  play the game, and tbey have been  faithful in this "respect, with the result  that they have not lost a game this  season, and they have played a number. Forthnately, too, Hie winning of  a game or two does not put the Big  Bug into their noodles, and they hold  themselves down to earth pretty much  all the time. They believe in playing  the game more than playing to the  grandstand.  Last Saturday afternoon the intermediates" of Vernon came to Enderby  for a game. It was a good game of  six innings, when theyl concluded it  was time to' quit, the score standing  S-l against, them. The lineup of the'  teams was as follows:  Enderby  -   Vernon  E. Hassard  P.  Langataff  J_ Jones  c  Martinson  A.  Woods  s.  Cridland  E. Hassard  lb.  Knight  E.   Diinn  2*_>.  Norris  G. Carefoot     *  3b.  Christian  H. Walker    .  cf.  Brayce  T. Folkard  r.f.  Hurlburt  K.- Brunham  l.f..  Balcomb  The Olympics started out with three  runs in the first inning, and followed in  the' 2nd with three more; then in. the  4th and 5th added one each time to  . i  bat:   , ���������������������������  The visitors were' outplayed at all  points, scoring once in the 5th inning.  Enderby took. to , Kelowna last  Thursday for the league game the  strongest' aggregation of players they  have been able, to gather together this  season, in the hope of winning the  game aiid thereby getting back into  the running for first place. And the  game was well played," but, they found  themselves no match for the Kelowna  team, five of whom are said to be/  players from the coast cities. The  score stood 8-1 in favor of- Kelowna,  and this score is said-to be an accur-���������������������������  ate measure of the playing qualities of  the teams.  LACROSSE TO-NIGHT  TAKING THE CENSUS  BASEBALL   LEAGUE   SCHEDULE.  June 23  June 30-  Julyv 7-  July 14-  July 21-  July 28-  ���������������������������Kelowna   at   Vernon.  ���������������������������Kelowna   at   Enderby.  -Vernon at Enderby.  -Enderby at Vernon.  -Vernon  at  Kelowna.  -Endorby  at  Kelowna.  . . v?  - Censustakers.throughout the Okanagan are reporting a heavy increase  In population in all districts coverefl.  It Is certain* the result of the enumeration will be a "surprise to everyone.  Jn this, the Enderby district, Mr. G.  ff.1 Smedley finds a surprising Increase. In the Deep Creek section,  especially,. the growth in population  and development- is most ��������������������������� marked- ft'  is peopled by thrifty settlers each and  all intent upon making the most out  of their opportunities. He finds very^  few people on the farms who are able  to give anything like an accurate accounting of everything required in' an  effort to fill out a farm statement.  A lawyer's fee for filling out one of  the enumerator's forms for even the  smallest farm, would be at least $10,  but the enumerator has to do it for  30c/  One--of---the=questions=to^which=-an-  answer must be given, asks' the number of eggs layed by .the flock, and  the. number eaten by the family and  how many sold. "It is no wonder our  taxes are high when the government  sends men all over the country to find  out what we bad for breakfast a year  ago," was the criticism of one lady  of the house on a local farm.  However, aside from a little Joke  on the department now and then, all  enumerators report being well received and sympathetically helped in  the worlj they .have to do, and, with  the exception of the foreign-born residents, little difficulty is being experienced in getting all information  required..  Through the persevering-" efforts of  "Nic"   Koury,   Wm.   Blackburn,   Geo.  Jones, and other lacrosse fans, Enderby has finally got a lacrosse team that.  promises to make an interesting showing against any team they are pitted  against.   They have practiced faithful- .  ly some weeks, against grassy odds, Y  and now they have a game on against  the Armstrong team.to be played at  Enderby this (Thursday) evening, at 7 -  p.m.   The recreation ground has l>c*m .  " n1 poor condition for practicing, owing  to the hay crop coming along, but this,  is ��������������������������� now to be cut, Mayor Barnes" concluding that if the recreation ground  is to be kept for recreative sports it  must be kept in playing condition.  Therefore, the lacrosse boys assure  us that the game to-night isvgoing to.  be a fast one, aiid they.would appreciate'everybody turning out tb see th'ei  game.    A collection will' be taken at;.  the; gate for the'team funds,' so-youV  are advised tb take^your purse-along.--;';  Remember-the time,"7= sharp. "'JJ'    ,~   V  SOME WHEEZE THIS!  JHONSON-HARTRY     WEDDING  A. happy event took place in the  Salmon Arm Methodist parsonage, on  June 16th, when Miss Margaret Hartry and Mr. Fred Johnson, both 'well  known residents of Enderby, were  united in marriage, Capt. Rev. J. G.  Gibson performing the ceremony.  Miss Tatcher of Salmon Arm attended Miss Hartry as bridesmaid,  and the Rev. J. Hobden acted as best  man.  The bride was beautifully gowned  in gray travelling costume with hat  and veil to match. After the ceremony the happy pair took the train  for Calgary, where the honeymoon  will be spent.  My auto 'Us of thee, short  road to poverty, of thee J chant-  f tyew a pile, of dough, on yaw  three years ago; now you, refuse  to go, or won't or can*f. Through  town ant? countryside, yon were  my joy and pride, a happy day.  f Joved the gaudy hwe, hut  you're down and out for true,  jJn#every "way. Jo thee, old rattle  hox, came many hum|ps. and  knocks, for thee f grieve. Padly  the top is torn, frayed are the  seats and worn; the whoop  -cough affects thy horn, f do  hetieve. Jhy perfume swells  the hrepezc while good falks  choice and wheeze? as we pass  hy. f paid for thee a price,  'twould huy a mansion twice,  now everyhody is yelling "ice"  -| wonder why? Thy_moto_r_  has the grip., tjie spark pliigs.  have thc pip, and fwoe is thine.  I too have suffered chills, fatigue and kindred ills, endeavoring to pay my hills, since' thou  were mine. Gone is my hank  roll-now, no more 'twould choke  the cow as once pefore! Yet,  if | had the mon, so help me  John��������������������������� amen, I'd |niy a car  again, and speed some mo-re.  Asks Bid for Operation  v      I  Charley Harris, of Fort Worth, in  the printing busines, got slightly  peeved at a letter from a doctor who  wanted bids on several thousand letterheads, different sizes, grades and  different colors, and wanted the print-  form held standing, so Charlie took  his typwriter in hand and wrote: "Am  In the market for bids on one operation for appendicitis. One, Two or  ether���������������������������also ��������������������������� with or without*"- nurse.  If appendix is found to be sound, want  quotations to include putting same  back aud cancelling order. If removed, successful bidder is expected to  hold incision open for 60 days,, as I  expect to be in the market for an op-'  eration .for gallstones at that time-  and want to save the extra cost of cutting." ' '>���������������������������..  When motorJng in this district, you  frill enjoy taking dinner' at the King  _5dward. "*  ... OKANAGAN  COMMONER  Thursday, June 23,1921  ������������������fcanagan Commoner  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Published every Thursday at Enderby, B. C,  by tho Walker Press.  S3 per year; 11.50 ������������������ix months.  H. M.   WALKER  at  (Member of the United  Typothetae of,, America)  o Advertising Rates  Contract or Regular���������������������������40c a single-coHfunMi 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.  Wiaii/t Ads���������������������������20c per line first insertion, 10c per line  each subsequent insertion. Count G words to line.  Water Notices���������������������������150 words and under, $10.00; each  additional 50 words, $1.00. Land Notices, Timber Licenses, Certificates of Improvement, $10.0-0 for 60 days,  $7 for 30 days. ������������������  Local Notices���������������������������20c per line;  Local reaciers, 10c line.  Cards of Thanks, $1.00.  Thursday, June 23, 1921  How Costs of Administration Have Soared  Has Provincial Government a. Settled Policy?  A circular recently issued J'rom Victoria gives  sonic startling figures showing salient points ancl  comparisons dealing -with the Liberal administration since 1916.    Somc of these figures are here  submitted i'or thc consideration of our readers.  .  Tn   1916,   under   Conservative  government���������������������������a  government criticised lor its extravagance���������������������������thc  salaries of paid civil servants amounted to $1,664.-  222.   Tn 1917, under Liberal goycrnmnt. thc salaries of civil servants jumped to $1,714,003.    In  1918, under Liberal government, they climbed a  little  higher and   totalled   $1,980,203.     In   1919,  under Liberal government, thcy soared to $2,885,-  000, and estimates for thc fiscal year ask for no  less than $3,681,205 for salaries of civil servants.  These figures startle one.   But listen:    In 1916  British Columbia's public, debt3-was $19,777,908.  On   March  1st,  1921,  British  Columbia's  public  debt had increased to $46,616,436, an increase in  four ycars of $26,838,527.    And this borrowing  was not on account of thc building of thc P. G. &.  E. railroad, as only $14,400,000 had been loaned  by the government to the railway up to that date.  Tliis year thcy havc passed legislation authorizing new borrowings of $7,550,000, and in addition to this amount thc government has authority  in prior legislation to borrow over 12 millions, or  $19,550,000 altogether.  Hero is another wav to put it: In 1917:our net  debt per capita was $49.31; today it is $93.23 per  capita, against $40 per head for thc province of  Ontario, and $22 per head for3 thc province of  Quebec.  Hcrc'a'anolhcr (hi-illcr: Although the Provincial  revenue has increased. Ihrough taxation and licences to nearly three limes what it was when the  extravagant Conservatives went'out of office, the  Liberals, who promised so faithfully- a policy of  retrenchment, have borrowed an additional 31  millions in the past four years. Only 12 millions  were borrowed by the Conservatives in thirteen  years of their administration.  Let these figures and comparisons sink in. The  issue will have to be met some day. What will the  electorate say then?  Nothing can be gained by criticism unless it be  constructive criticism. No party or the leader of  a party, can achieve anything worth while if he is  to be torn to pieces by his political opponents at  every step of the way, and his legislation and  policy ridiculed before thej' have been allowed  to become operative. This one fault of our Canadian politics has been responsible for more political corrpution in our federal and provincial  politics than all other faults combined. So eager  arc wc to laud our party leaders and at thc same  time discredit thc leader of thc government���������������������������or  thc Opposition, as thc case may be, that wc fail  utterly in giving thai support that all constitutional government requires and is justly entitled  to receive. For-this reason, wc believe, good men  have come up and gone down in our political life  in Canada, disgusted with thc support given them  as compared with what should havc been given if  real results were to be looked for.  Following thc visit of the Hon.E. D. Barrow,  minister of agriculture, to Central British Columbia, comes the announcement that fuller assistance for settlers will bc provided by thc Provincial government. It is to be hoped that this announcement will bc followed by definite action.  Thc minister, it is said, is working out a plan  whereby it is hoped to furnish settlers with improved machinery and "progress loans," in cases  where sufficient progress has been made to warrant thc expenditure. The fullest encouragement  is to be given to thc formation of "cattle clubs"  throughout the Province. Government creameries will be established at points wherc thc settlers havc sufficient cows to support such an establishment.  Danger Ahead  Must Control Immigration.  Tt now seems probable lhat thc Anglo-Japanese  treaty will bc amended so as to give lhc Dominions control of their immigration laws. Premier  iUfighon. now in London lo attend the conference  of premiers, has stated that this must bc conceded  Canada at all events, and Premier Oliver, in the  name of lhis Province, is urging that the province  =sha.lLhtx_ve___coj.npJclCL_jurisdiction_over .lands_and  public works conlracls.  A decision was recently given against this Province by thc court of appeal, thc finding being  lhat the Province could not exclude Orientals  from holding lands nor could Orientals bc kept  from working on public works.   -  The marked increase in thc number of registrations of Japanese and Chinese births in British  Columbia has led to a desire for control. Last  year there were more than 600 Japanese birth  registrations and it is expected that this year lhere  will be 900. Complaints from farmers all over  Ihe Province havc been most bitter, the contention  being lhat much of the besl land is falling inlo Ihc  hands of Japanese and Chinese, whose standard  >.A' living is such lhat whites cannol compete with  Ihem. and whose practice is to "bleed" the lands  held lo lhe lasl remnant of productive powcr.  II is a debatable question whether our Orientals  are gelling hold of much of the best land in thc  Province, or that lhcy "bleed'2 thc lands held by  them. In the Okanagan, while in sonic districts  Chinese and Japanese are holding what is now  considered very valuable land, the facl is that at  the time Ihese Orientals first took up lhc land it,  or verv much of it, was then considered of very  little value. They themselves proved lhe value of  lhe land and have steadily increased ils productiveness while it has been in their hands. While  Canada must have control of this question of Oriental immigration', in considering thc question it  is onlv reasonable that wc be just to Ihem and  "give 'the devil his due." For the most part they  have, made the lands cultivated by them morc productive each vear, and have increased the-output  of the Province hundreds of thousands each year.  Let it not bc forgotten that if month after  month were allowed to slip by without bringing  any considerable, increase in employment, winter  would bc upon us and would unquestionably  bring unemployment conditions such as one does  not care to contemplate. This point need not bc  enlarged upon, but it should bc taken into, very  serious consideration by every  thinking citizen.  This thought is offered to the Federal Reserve  Board in thc United States by Forbe's Magazine,  New York. It is something our corporations in  Canada cannot afford to ignore. ������������������Similar conditions of unemployment exist here, and things can  not be allowed to drift from bad to worse. Thcrc  isn't any use pointing thc finger of scorn at what  some delight to call Bolshevism, Socialism, or  what-not. Tliis will not cure thc disease, of which  thc present labor unrest is only^a symptom. To  create lhe disease and then point at thc symptom  and, damn it will not get us anywhere, fundamental conditions in Canada are sound, and the  laborers, of this Pominion arc quite as intelligent  and as desirous of bringing Canada into the right  way of progress as any of. our men of capital ancl  power. To ignore this, and to refuse to consider  thc rights of labor to demand food ancj raiment  and a house to live in, is not wise nor just.  What Forbes says of conditions in the money  market in New -York applies wilfo equal force to  conditions in Canada. "True," says lie, "Discount  rates havc already been lowered a little, but it is  at least debatcablc whether money should not be  made available for all legitimate purposes at still  lower rates and in larger quantity. The danger  of such a policy bringing about "secondary inflation" is extremely remote. Any, possible danger  along this line is not to be compared with the importance of restarting thc wheels'of industry at a  reasonable pace, thereby affording millions now  idle opportunity lo earn lhcir daily hreacl."  XWeUPnTd Waller  Money asks no questions, it demands no references, il never inquires into one's moral character,  does nol care whether onc is a preacher-man or a  porch-climber, never hesitates to help, neither  has il lhc habit of looking thc other way. When  onc wants anything it straightway'goes and gets  it. whether it Is a prayer book or a tin of tobacco.  When onc is hungry it gets one food, when thirsty  il gels that which satisfies: when onc is cold it  furnishes clothing, when shelterless it furnishes  a home or a lodging place: when weary "it pro-  vides a resting place; when travel and' change of  scene is desired it provides a comfortable scat in  a luxurious train and good sleeping quarters;  when amusement is craved for money will bring  any kind of pleasure desired: when onc goes  hence to bc no more seen.it brings out the brethren to ride or walk behind the occupant of thc  hearse, and places flowers where thc party honored cannot see them: then it sets up a headstone  covered with doubtful compliments calculated  to make the folks at home feel good.  So���������������������������put money in thy wallet.  Only the incompetent heed be poor. Must  some of us plead guilty to the charge of incompetency? As sure as taxes, when the time comes  that the bottom drops out of things, and we begin  to go around from good-fellow to good-fellow  trying to cash in a little of the goodfellowslup  we've bought so dearly, we will obtain nothing  more than a large gone feeling in the innards,  and will then realize that for the man without  "fifteen dollars in his inside pocket," this is a cold  and cruel world.  jH������������������CIVICf PRIDE.  _ - - 0 r  Wj?oSe pome-rang^  "Seldom. I&iL;  He ^oes to b^ti>  JtasLwpere pe*S a,*L;  egn'L d&L by mail!  BUY WHERE  VOU   LIVE  LETTERS OF CREDIT  a  *  NO nutter in what part ofthc world you may  travel, you can find money at your disposal  by carrying a Letter of Credit issued by die Bank  of Montreal. Particulars may be obtained from  any branch of tbis Bank.  BANK of MONTREAL  ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YEARS  Capital Paid up J22.0O0.0OO Rett #22,000.000  Total Asset* in Excess of $500,000,000       .  _m.^i>.  ____������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������ aa  V'.iiiiini  'iisiffv'jri  There are many reasons for the  popularity of joint accounts between  husband and wife. One of the niost  important is that in thg event of the  death of either party the.money is at  ,the full, disposal of the survivor.  Open a joint account in the Bank of  Hamilton for yourself and your wife.  BAN* Af HAMIUQN  JXO. 8������������������f AHT, J*K������������������J M������������������������������������<H*er        pjNpjSftflY, J}. C.  Now mm ���������������������������  Regular ������������������#'\ wqw $USQ  =IMnterested-cooie-in=and=let;=u8=-sbow-=you=tbe-pointsof-Buprenmcyiofj=  these new "cars.   Carload just unloaded.      Tbey are TJ?J3 light car of  quality and duarability cm the market, at a low price,  Ja������������������. McMahon & Son       Pmfcrfry  NOTICE!  I am prepare^ to 4eUver  milk to amy part of the  Oity at 10c ft quart for  tbe Summer raoutfrs.  I J.GQI4), Ffr one 8i,En4erfry  KING EPWARP  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel    La.5JRPHY     Enderby  Counter Check Books'&���������������������������������������������  by your home printer at a saving to you, Mr. Merchant. fr  -l������������������p  Thursday, June 23,1921  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  Vr--  DENTAC10R  TOOTHPASTE.  f\ WHITENSVvV^  j CLEANSES   \   .  L \.  PRESERVES     L  RELIEVES PYORRHEA  a - v rrij'i r a r ��������������������������� ���������������������������'' - '-A  '*msm^mmmmm\m\MMW       mmwmwsermr^smmsm  Jhints about gasoline  On the Open Road with Hank Reklaw  V  A. REEEVES  For Sale by  ENDERBY  W. J. LEMKE  W.M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  ��������������������������� Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after thc  full moon at 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  C. H. REEVES  Secretary  Gasoline, unlike the 'Other heavier  petrofeum   profclucts,   throws   off   an J  explosive  vaipor  co:nistanitly,   even,   at-  extremeiy low temipenatures. J    Gnomes, i'  folklore, are little bewhiskered men j thing.   Just holding on, waiting lor business con-  Five gallons of igiasoiine win gen-who Watch "over veins of precious  metals and'them.    Business lags because orders are scarce.  enate 8,000 cubic feet of gas, wjiicii other hidden treasure.   Usually they are pictured, Orders are scarce because the public feels that  when^igni'ted, expandis to 4,000 times as funny little old fellows, clad in brown close- prices have not come down as far as thcy musl.  this space. fitting garments, but sometimes highly colored, | People arc waiting for them to hit rock bottom.  The explosive fiorce of ante gallon and wear hoods. In literature a gnome is defined The "Buyer's strike" gives every evidence of con-  gasoline prcperiy .mixed and com-.as "a saying pertaining to the manners and com-!tinuing.    Holding out against the inevitable will  %t  pressed is equal to. 82 2-3 pounds of mon practices of men, which dcclarcth, with an  dynamite, or -fourteen times greater apt brevity, what in this our life ought to be done,  than dyiaam'iite. This means that if or not done.' In a literary sense, by thc very nature  you have 100 gallons of gasoline on of things, gnomes belong exclusively to tiie dawn  hand, you are sboring the equivalent 0f literature."***- Thcy were, "unquestionably, lhe  in explosive force to 8,366 pounds of source from which moral philosophy was devel  dynamite.  - Gasoline is, tin fact, more danger-  oped.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P..  ^    Meets 1st & 3rd  Monday eve  j      in Masonic Hall.   Visitorscor-  "      dially invited to attend.  ������������������        c G. A/RANDS.. C. C  H. M. WALKER, K. R. S  "-   R. J. COLTART." M:F.  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor;  Notary Public.    "  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. .        Enderby, B.C.  EUREKA LODGE NO 50  . I. O.O.I7. -  Meets'.every Tuesday evening at 8  o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially1  invited.  W. A, RUSSELL. N.G.       G. S. DUNCAN.V.G.  H. A. TEECE. Sec.  Notary Public  Insurance aiid General Agent  JAS. PICKSON  ffc|| piock Encjerfry  p. ROBERTSON  PNDPRBY, P.-C.      -.      .  JSstimaiea given on any job of brick &  stone work; building of fire places and  chimneys, etc.   lA maini.idied.owiirig a Saskatchewan  editor six years' urn-paid subscription  to fche ipaper. The editor did not send'  any (lowers. He attended -the funeral and pfaced a palm-leaf fan and  a block-of ice on the casket.  Tn"those Butchart Gardens, out from Victoria,  ous to ihandT-e than, dyuDamtiite, and we ran across here and there in shady nooks, un-  there is more., liability of an explos- der overhanging rocks., swinging in thc trees, or  ion.Dynamite will only explode from flshjng by the brook, these funnv little mem���������������������������thc  twio or three causes, whtoh may be Gnomes���������������������������and then, link bv link,"chapter by chap-  ei-isilty 'guarded againlst anjd which, tel% ^cre aj,|e to rea{] the "life story this one-time  must occur in its immediate vicinity. Qwcn Sound boy and his charming wife, are pic-  The vaipOT from gasolne is heavier turing with flowers in the woods where lime rock  than air. It settles to the floor and has jjeen quarHcd. From Mother Earth this man  runs alomg miudh as a stream of took a fortune. To do so he made deep wounds  water wiould only that It is an invis- in thc hillside. But unlike most of men who do  ible stream. This vapor will settle ]jfccwjSCj ilc did not leave the landscape thus,  and remain in; a depression in the Fvery scar J1C decked with flowers and strewed the  floor or under it'he floor for days or mil]lwavs yyffi. climbing roses and all that vast  even weeks, unless disturbed by a laniiiy fa plants that bring happiness and tears to  circulation of air, unitii a spark, loncl hearts���������������������������hearts scarred by life's bitter and  causes the accumulation, of vapor to.swco������������������. A beautiful thought is back of those But-  expiode. This spark does not neces* chart Gartiens> anrf thcy do credit to the Adam  sarily have to come from a lighted( , Eve ^ ^^i^ thc j<jea and worked it into  fire, but may occur through a iperso j j.fc and b(. &nd are now throwing the book of  striking a nail to theii; shoe, on a Gnomclife open to all whoanay pass that way and  nail lin ithe floor or other similar un-! , *���������������������������  read  avoidable causes. a The recordls shop, " ��������������������������� "     . S_   that undter- cerbaiin atmospli'eric con-i      A . ,, V ... ,      V.     ..      '.      ..       .    _    .  ditfon. spontaneous combustion wi:i! At *c coas{ cltlcs ������������������n9 s' attention is attracted at  occur in tWis accumulated Vapor un-^' c������������������rner b>' S^at signs telling ot desperation  der ^rtadn- atmospheric condition.-;' falcs gomfi on m the stores. Prices are cuUivtwo  AW is on record w,h������������������re the gas- m many lines, such as men s wear, boots, shoes  only delay thc return to normal. On thc other  hand, absolute rock bottom prices will stimulate  business immediately and this is the onc thing  that can hasten the return to normal."  When in Victoria recently I had thc pleasure of  meeting Charlie Campbell. Perhaps' it should bc  written Mister Charles Campbell, or Sir Charles.  Probably will be-some day, for Charles is on thc  right track, if he only keeps going. Here is the  story: cCharles Campbell is the Liberal king pin  when it comes to putting it over. Somc time ago  he owned a warehouse in Vancouver which hc  leased to the Provincial government for the  Liquor Board. After renting tliese premises to  the government for four ycars at a handsome  rental, Sir-Charles concluded he needed some  money. The newspaper bug got into his head,  and when this happens to any man he isn't far  wrong when he concludes he needs the money.  Thus far Charlie showed his wisdom.  The land on which the warehouse stands is assessed by the city of Vancouver at $18,800 and the  building at $40,000, or $58,800. in all. This sum  of money wouldn't last long iri the newspaper  business in the city of Vancouver, and Charlie  knew it. -So,"instead of selling his warehouse  properly for anything like its assessed value, hc.  turned it over to his friends the government and  received a cheque for $150,000. You sec, Charles  needed thc money. He needed the money because  he is the representative for McKcnzie King  on the Liberal executive fqr British Columbia,  and Charlie Campbell needed a newspaper. A  min* ,f���������������������������m,P<, ww 'Zr'r\Z7^M^at and woolen goods.   Yet there is very little buying day or two after the warehouse deal was closed  feet away from the building, taking  fire  aiid  fla*s'hin*g  ing, which was  If-you   are  ainy way buit  ilii   just   this  iposition   and   you' oan  never.forsee w-hen the blow wiill fall.  Kerosene, is-not as danlgerous as  gasoline, yett at a tempenatture of.70  degress" or over 'it throws off an explosive, vapor.- JJAt._a. higlfer .'temperature, say 80 degrees F., Jn order to  properly ventt'iate a room in'which  there >bs an open tank of kerosene  there should be kept up a circulation  af air equal to-200 cubic feet per  m'in'uta for. each. gallon of the exposed- oil.  These figures vary, of course, with  the volatility.of the 'oil and the .temperature of the air and oil. Such .  circulation o'f air is not 'practical in  Chje usual .'manufacturing establishment.  Hence the necessity Is apparent  fo.r. evap<o*raition-p������������������oof, - scientifically  correct- storage for kerosene as well  as for: gasoline.  Commenting, on this nhase of the situation a to Charlie, he purchased the "Daily World" of  ��������������������������� -       '       -��������������������������� .......   *r and   pUkiiciy statcd that its  policy*  Independent to  >porting thc  booze money  To deliver lb fnderby ait Vernon pricos,     ;  JVJcCormiokand Peering farm Implements "  _Pw4ers      JleUcea       Mowers  Te44ers     Bm4er Twine  A few Pises aa4 Gang Plows wiU be soJ4  AT COST to clean up.  a S. Gaftraitfc & Sous  Plioue 83 Vernon  Everything in our Gent's Furnishings  until the end of the month  6.--:B.:-DitL  Men's Clothing, Boots & Shoes  Groceries, Etc.     Enderby  'OUR home 9s ,ft stents to-<fay, if properly  taken care of, will Ibe the inheritance of a future  generation. J % will be 9 nice thing for your  children's children to enjoy the privilege of living in  the olej family homestead���������������������������they will |>e ahle to if  you ^profit^hy^the^exp^nence^of" the^jwstr^Ther  greatest preserver and saver of surfaces is paint, and  the paint with the best record for permanence is  0  8tf  "ENGLISH"  fWtatVMteW  for sheer covering capacity, brilliancy and durability, there is no paint we know of that can equal  P-H "English" Paint. Because it covers more���������������������������it  is more econf mical. You cannot afford, therefore, to  buy a paint because it may be a little cheaper at  first cost, for a gallon of B-H "English" Paint goes  much further than a gallon of cheaper paint, and in  addition the B-H formula guarantees a more lasting  paint.  To Jceep your house a family inheritance^���������������������������use B~rf  "English" Paint, it pays.  FOR SALtt PV  ilcMAHON & MACK  Shelf and Heavy Hardware Cliff St., Enderby  ���������������������������MNTara. muih ������������������.������������������w Toaone WIM*  w������������������oiciw������������������mat ���������������������������   ctuwir mmoom v*Mouvn  ���������������������������1--J  rs\ -������������������������������������������������������   '   IS  m  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  "Thursday, June 23,1921  x x.x a a x x x i; x xxxxx x x  y CHURCH   SERVICES X  x a a a x x s; s; j; x x xx x x x  ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH  Minister:   Rev.  John  W.   Stott,  B.  A.  Rev. Mr.  Stott will return^ in time  to   take   both    services   at  tlie  usual  hours next Sunday, June 26th.  MARA  ITEMS  st  s*e  st  rt   st  st   st  st  st  st  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.  Grandview Bench at 3 p.m.  Evening   Service   at  7.30   p.m.   Subject "Solomon's Fall."  Everyone  invited  to  attend.  BAPTIST    CHURCH  Pastor, Stanley Smith  Services  even"  Sunday at  3  p.m.  Sunday, June   ISth���������������������������Subject:   "The  Resurrection."  Union  prayer  meeting every Tuesday at S p.m.  Everybody welcome!   ENDERBY     OPERA     HOUSE  SATURDAY,   JUNE   25th  Featuring Eugene O'Brien .in "The  Figurehead." Also Slutt & Jeff and  Fox News.  MONDAY  &  TUESDAY,  JUNE  27-2S  "FATTY"   ARBUCKLE  in   '.'Brewster's    Millions"  Also Paramount Magazine and Burton  Holmes' Travelogue.  rs  rs  js  # .   rs  *^  ������������������*  ������������������  X COMING    EVENTS -S*?  ii All ads under this head, -15c line X  -sr   sr   sr  sr   sr  sr  sr   sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr  sr sr-   ^r  >. **-*#<���������������������������_������������������ s> rs   rs   rs  ������������������ ������������������ ������������������ rs  rs rs   rt  Don't forget -the Orangeman's Social on July 12th, in the G. F. Hall,  Grindrod. Everybody .come and have  a good time.    Free.,   ' jne 23-3c  X  "The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will  hold a cooking sale, tea and ice cream  in the Church basement,-on Saturday,  June 25th, afternoon  and  evening.  K  - A special meeting of Endevi.y i^ocal  U. F. B. C. will.be held Thursday, 30in  June. Important business on hand.  All members are requested to be present.      G. H."Smedley, secretary.  Want Ads  3c a word first insertion, 2c ��������������������������� word eaoh in������������������#r-  tion thereafter: 25c minimum charge; lOe extn  where cash doc* not accompany order.  FOR SALE���������������������������One canary���������������������������singer. Mrs  W. A. Russell',' Enderby jne23-l  FOR SALE���������������������������Two white enamelled  beds and springs; one Perfection  3-burner oil stove-and oven. A. E.  Robertson,   Enderby. jne   23-2c  FOR   LIMITED    SERVICE���������������������������A   young  Jersey bull.    I. J. Gold, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������50-acre dairy farni as a  going concern; near Mara. Apply,  Mrs. B. Campbell, Mara, B.C.     j2-2p  FOR SALE ��������������������������� Seven-room two story  frame house with acre of land and  outhouses. Price $3,000. Apply Mrs.  S. O. Skjeie, Enderby. mo-tf  FOR SALE���������������������������Six-roomed cottage unfurnished or furnished with everything for immediate, occupation. 2  large lots.    Apply Ed'. Gray.    a21-6p  =FOR=^SER-YIGE���������������������������Registered���������������������������Jersey-  Bull, 3 miles on  Mable Lake Rd.���������������������������  This  bull  is  from  Doris  Alice,  2nd  highest producer In B. C.    Apply H.  Aldin.  HAVE a two-acre block on the river  bank, short walk from postoffice;  planted to alfalfa, which will sell  for cash or on terms. W., Commoner office. j2-tf  FOR SALE���������������������������G head of cows;. 2 fresh,  1 to freshen in a month and 2 in full  milk. These are first-class, milkers  so apply early���������������������������P. H. Murphy, ranch  1 mile" north of- town on Salmon  Arm   Rd. JlOtt  J  ' A GARAGE, alongside tiie Opera  House. We are able to handle all  kinds of Electrical and Auto repairing.    Come and give us a trial.  We have plenty of floor space for  storage and you will find all prices  O. K. Your for service,  Chas. Monteitfc  Cliff St.. Enderby  ���������������������������  ���������������������������Now is the time to bring in your  mowers for repairs. I am prepared to  fix all kinds of mowers and rakes.  Jas.    McMahon  Hy Blurton was a passenger to  Vernon on Monday.  Will and Alf Graham went to Mabel  Lake on Tuesday, expecting to be  away all  summer.  Rupert Davy, Owen Rosoman, Wm.  Coel and Geo. Butterworth motored  to Vernon Monday on business.  The carpenters put the final touch  to,Mrs. Weir's house last week. This  residence   is   a   fine   addition   to   the  o    homes on Mara road.  Mr. and Mrs. Hines, after, an exten-.  ded visit 'with friends here, left on  Wednesday to visit Mr. Hines' brother at'Okanagan Fallc.  The U. F. Mar.', Local held a very  successful social on Saturday evening. The winners at cards were,  lady's first, Mrs. Morton, consolation,  Miss Langdon; gent's, 1st, Jam'es  Massey, consolation, Jack Robertson.  Solos were sung by Mrs. Morton and  Mrs....Macready, also by Mr. Robertson. .With an interval for refreshments the rest of the evening was  given over to dancing.  X X X X X X X X X X X XX V  X GRINDROD   NOTES X  XXXXXXXXXXXXX*  Grindrod   people  are  preparing  for  their annual picnic. ^^  Miss    D.     Boesch     returned    from  Grand Forks last week.  Enderby won the baseball game at  Grindrod-this week by 10 to 4.  Mr. Rhodes and  Mr.  Spence are at  work on  their new residences.  ���������������������������  Mr.    and    Mrs.    S..   Hines     visited  friends in Grindrod  on Monday.  it X X X XX XX XXX XX XXX  ������������������ GRANDVIEW BENCH NOTES X  X * XXXXXXXXXXXXXX  The United Farmers Local here  held their, monthly meeting last Saturday night - and 'there was a very  good- turn-out, about 20 being present.  After the regular business was finished Mr. Chappie, . secretary-treasurer of the parent organization, gave  a very- interesting talk on the-different problems the farmer has to deal  with. After tho speaking the ladies  served refreshments and the meeting  adjourned at 12 o'clock. .  Preparations are under way for our  second annual picnic, to be held at  the school on Friday, June 24. Everybody come.  Salad  Dressing  Olives  Olive Oil  Pickles  Canned Fruits  Oranges  Lemons  Bananas  Potted   Meats  pleasure-seeker  Enderby's  Quality  Store  DUNCAN BROS.  Phone 75    Enderby  Why send out when  you can buy at  home for the  same price  ?  We sell 30x3%^standard make auto  casings from ^l-l.OO up. 'Bumpers for  Ford or Chevorlet cars $13.00. 6-S  volt starting and lighting battery  $20.00 up. We do battery repairing  and .recharging. Oxy-acetylenc welding, soldering and brazing. Oils  grease and repair parts stocked..  Come and see the latest in Tractors���������������������������The New 10-20 Hart-Parr oil  tractor���������������������������runs like a top; handles like  an automobile and pulls like a steam  engine.  x x x x x x x x xx x x k������������������������������������s  X NORTH   DEEP   CREEK X  X X X X Xs X X X X X X X xxx  Mrs. P. G. Farmer, of Enderby)' is  visiting her sister," Mrs.. W. Johnston.  Mr and Mrs. -Robinson, "of Salmon  Arm, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvie last  Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. T. A- Sharpe visited  Mr. Geo. Parkinson, at Hullcar, last  Sunday.  Leonard Watkins' returned home  last week from the Prairie,3 where he  spent the past few months  Mrs. It. Davison and -infant sonre-  turned home last week'from the Enderby Nursing Home.  Lacrosse  Schedule,  1921.  June 23���������������������������Kelowna  at  Vernon.  July    1���������������������������=Kelowna at Armstrong.  July    7���������������������������Vernon at Kelowna.  July 14���������������������������Armstrong at Vernon.  July 21���������������������������:Vernon at Armstrong.  July 2S���������������������������Armstrong at Kelowna.  Aug. 11���������������������������Kelowna at Vernon.  GRINDROD   MOTOR   GARAGE  Grindrod,  B. C.  The New Price  $842.60  complete with self-starter and  all taxes paid  You cannot make a mistake in buy-  ng a 1921 Ford���������������������������the Universal car.  Equipped with self-starter, demountable rims, one-man top. No car on  the market at anything like the price  will give you the satisfaction thlss car  will.   Let us demonstrate it to you.  GEO. A. HANPS  Ford Peajer, Enderby  for Sale  344 acres, being lots 325 and 326,  Group 1, Osoyoos JJistrict, situate in  Trinity Valley. Bounded on one side  by the Shuswap or Spallumcheen  River. On road from Enderby to Mabel Lake. Eight miles from Enderby.  All good land. Soil about 3 feet deep.  Between 100 and. 125 acres of fine hay  land; balance park-like. The larger  timber logged off years ago. No improvements. Can give evidence of  the excellence and value of this land.  Price, #13,760  for the whole, or would consider selling portion at $50.00 per acre.  APPJ.Y  J. C. PRJPGMAN  C04  Broughton   St.,  Victoria,   B.C.  Choice Cuts  Orider your table fowl from us.   Vie  -are prepared to supply on  short notice  GEO. R. SHARPE  Wholesale  and  Retail  Butcher  Enderby, B; C.  Hot weather  Goods  Perfection and Florence ,  Oil Stoves  Screen Doors aiid Windows  Lawn Mowers  Lawn Hose and Sprinklers  Watering Cans  Electric Irons  Pluthbing & Tinsmithing  McMAHON & MACK  HEAVY   AND   SHELF   HARDWARE    PLUMBING   AND   FITTING  ft  GROCERIES  Everything  you  require  for   hot  weather lunches, etc.  Teece & Son  Full I/ine of Crockery  Fresh Fruits Every Few  Days  Agents  Massey-Harris  Co.  Machinery  ttiotie 48 : flour, feed & Groceries  JT COST  1 in  To pwt out YOUR fire* in J92Q  ���������������������������JWY PPSTPOYPP  ,000  OF PROPERTY EAST YEAR  Be sure your fire is out  Dominion Pay Celebration  July 1st at  Armstrong  DECORATED AUTOS _ DECORATED BICYCLES  CALLITHUMPIAN PARADE   LACROSSE and BASEBALL-  FOOTRACES JUMPING CYCLE RACES  ' Valuable Prizes will be given in all events  CONFETTA CARNIVAL and GRAND BALL in evening  V������������������  V,  Hi  ���������������������������**l  4  i  4  i  ���������������������������i  tf  gAM ADA


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