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 -'    I       >.  .JA*'"-*-  tf  tf&pttt  % 1^  ������������������mm������������������mt  Vol. 14, No. 13, Whole No. 691.  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  ���������������������������'   * Thursday, June 30, 1921  Subscription $3   per year  Local News and Comment  on Men, Things and Events  Good morning! Better . pay your  drinking tax before the breathing tax  conies in.  Wear your Red  Cross button.  Miss Ferguson has gone to Midway  for the holidays.  _Fair week in Vancouver promises  to be a liumdinger-7-Aug. 13-20.  Douglas Dow came home on Sunday to spend the holiday season.  D. McManus was in Enderby from  Grindrod on a business visit on Tuesday.  Mrs. C. J. Treat, of Glacier, is visiting her mother, Mrs.. Geo. Folkard,  this week.  The tunnel beneath the English  channel will'Tequire a tube 21% miles  long under the sea.  Miss Beatty left for her home in  Kamloops on Monday where she will  spend the holidays. c  Jas. Green returned from the Mainline Wednesday morning to spend a  short holiday in Enderby.  J. E. Bogert returned some days  ago from the Coast where he enjoyed  a few weeks visiting friends.  Miss Thompson, teacher of the Enderby high school the past year, left  on Monday for her .home in Scotland.  Miss Maud - Burnham returned  home for the holidays, from Fernie,  where she has been teaching school.  New Mexico has no law requiring  automobile, headlights, and the law  there, requires only-rear license plates  The Siamese musical scale divides  the octave into seven parts, and, as  the movie' star would say, each part  is a scream.  ' Residents of Thibet' stick out the  tongue ~as~ a form-of "salutation. Residents of Thibet haven't anything .on  residents of some .other communities  we might mention. _ .  ..Mr. ..and;.; Mrs. .Proctor, ..Mrs.Herihi-  ker and Mr. Dickson, entered the  tennis" tournament at Penticton and  are playing there this" week to represent the Enderby club..  Mr.- H. Poole, who has been'on his  ranch adjoining that of Mr. Large,  Mabel Lake Valley, since May, left on  Wednesday for - Port Alice, where he  will  remain  some  months.   -  Manager Fulton has orders ahead  for all the brick he can turn out at  the Enderby brick yard. As fast as  one kiln is loaded into the cars another is opened ready for shipment.  The output is now 17,000 per day.  Mrs. Smart, Mrs. Jno. McMahon,  Mrs. Burton, Mrs. Wm. Duncan, Mrs.  Dow and Mrs. Skaling are undertaking the task of canvassing ,En-  ilerbyi and district in the interest of  the Red Cross membership campaign.  .^E���������������������������Waterson,_who laid much of. the  on the teaching staff of Fortune  school, as she proved a most efficient  : and, painstaking teacher and was an  inspiration - and guide for the children under her..  Many large orders for Bitish Columbia lumber are being received from  the United States at present. Whether this is owing to the recent strike it  is difficult +o say.  The Sarnia hatchery this season  sent 12,'S25,000 \vhitefish eggs for distribution in British Columbia waters,  acording to a report from the Dominion Fisheries Branch.  One of the principle objects, of the  recently formed Economic Council for  dealing with the problem of unemployment in the province, will be to induce  the people to purchase Made-in-B.C.  goods.  It's the little things that separate us  from success���������������������������not the big ones. Insisting on every article, no _ matter  how small, bearing the Made-in-B.C.  brand, means the success of the Made-  in-B.C. movement.  A thing done right today means less  work to-morrow. If we all get behind  local industry by insisting on the products grown or manufactured here,  the future of this province will -.have  no trouble or worry for any of us.  British Columbians are proud of  their province, and believe in its future" They believe in it for their children and their children's childreh;  only by building up British Columbia  industries can they guarantee its  future. __  Enderby's baseball- and lacrosse  teams are billed/ to play in Salmon  Arm, on Dominion DayVand' the -intermediate ������������������������������������������������������ team will' play-in Armstrong. - ���������������������������, Enderby's crowd - will thus  be divided,- some going, to Armstrong  and"some" to '���������������������������Salmoif-'Ar mSr^"."""   ���������������������������   To", encourage   the   cattle   industry,  the _ British  Columbia  government  is  giving, a grazing rate, only'one-half-to  to one-eighth, that charged per heaij of  cattle   by   neighboring   governments  for the use of public, ranges, it was  announced by the.Minister of Lands.  The   . Made-in-B.C. .- movement    }s  part  " of  "the^' Made-in-Canada,    and  I Trade - within' the. Empire movements.  J Boosting   British   Columbia   industry  , by purchasing ��������������������������� B.C. made goods helps  ito   build   up   a/ greater   province,   a  greater Canada, and,a greater Empire.  The   collector's   office   at   the   City  Hall will be" open; continuously today,  from 9 a.m. till 9 p.m., for receipt of  city taxes, - This, is the last, day for  payment of taxes at par, the increase  of ten cents on the.'dollar required by  Provincial ��������������������������� law - taking  effect   to-morrow (July *tst)..,  brick in the Bell block when it was  built, some 17 years ago, has come  back to Enderby after an absence:of  some years, 'and is prepared to undertake any job of any size in brick  and  stone  work.     - >  Adj.' Merritt, representing the Salvation Army band of 35 pieces, ot  Vancouver, was in Enderby on Thursday last making arrangements for  the appearance of that musical organization here on August 4th, in the  Methodist Church..  The plans for an advertising campaign to help sell this year's crop of  fruit���������������������������said to be the biggest fruit advertising campaign ever conducted in  Canada���������������������������will be started early in July,  and it is predicted that B. C. fruit will  become better known than eve^r as a  result of the advertising.  Are you wearing a Red Cross button? The ladies of ^Enderby who have  undertaken to canvass Enderby and  district for Red Cross members, are  meeting witli great success. For an  1 adult membership certificate arid  button, the cost is $1; for a junior  button and membership it is 25c. It  is up to you.  Miss P. Faulkner left for Merritt  on Saturday. She" will spent a few  weeks with her parents then proceed  to the Coast. It is regretable that.  Miss Faulkner could not be retained  Never has- the Bank of Montreal  ground about the bank looked better  than this spring, and Mr. Hartry, who  cares.for it so faithfully, delights in  its flne appearance. .He is pained,  therefore,, when he finds children,  large enough tb know better, tearing  up the llowers and - casting them on  the sidewalk.   .���������������������������  Mr.. William Turnbull, Provincial  Lumber Commissioner with headquarters at Victoria, will leave shortly  for London and Egypt, where, it is  said, there .is a large market for Canadian Timber. While away he will  study general market conditions, principally in the interests of the lumber  industry here.  ,  A doctor and a parson of the same  name lived on the same street. The  parson died," and about the same  time the doctor went to Egypt to a  post - there. On his arrival he tele2*  graphed home to his wife, but the  wire went" to the parson's widow by  mistake. It' was in the following  terms: "Arrived safely; heat terrific'  British Columbia experimental  farms are leading those of the whole  Dominion iriv the matter of egg production, according to recent official  reports from Ottawa. It is reported  that axS the Agassiz farm 200 eggs'  from one hem a year is a common  thing, while from 250 to 270 are not  considered rare. At the Vancouver  Island station 200 pullets gave an average of 195.97, eighty-two going  above 200.  Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Murphy and  children left on Wednesday on a visit  to Ironwood, Mich., to be with their  parents some weeks. It is Mrs. Murphy's first visit to the old home since  she came to Enderby a bride, and  they take back with them four of the  brightest of Enderby's little folk to  prove the wholesomeness and virility  of Okanagan climatic conditions.  The school children of North Enderby enjoyed a closing-day picnic on  the Folkard farm on Friday^ lasl,  thanks to the efforts of Miss Cary,- at  whose invitation many parents and  friends of the scholars, were in attendance. The races, etc., were somewhat interrupted by the rain showers,  but these didn't dampen the ardor of  the 9 boys and girls for the ice cream.  Because a road is well beaten  doesn't necessarily mean that it is the  road to travel. The people qf British  Columbia have been in the habit of  accepting the imported article in preference to the one produced by their  own .people. If they reverse" this attitude they will bring prosperity to every man, woman and child depending  on local industry, and build up a  greater province..  Federal and provincial government  reports show that British Columbia  contains approximately half of the  saw timber of'Canada.The total value  of the forest products of the province for/the year 1920 was $92,628,-  S07, as against $70,285,094 for the previous .year.. .The value .of the lumber  cut advanced by nearly sixteen millions, while the increase in the value  of,pulp and paper amounted to oyer  nine millions."'.' '��������������������������� _ -?.-VV;~  ; The new -Hudson--Bay:-Company  building at Victoria-^epresents^'an > In-'  vestment?-of^.$2,00p.6'l)0V and;-ther fixtures; which - are " mahogany, another  $500,000. There will be forty depart-  ments;.employing between 250 and 300  people. Goods . valued at $1,000,0,00  have been purchased iri England,'and  will be In the store when opened for  business In August next. - - ,..  JL JF. Cowan returned last week  from Edinborough, Scotland: He .tells,  of very interesting conditions -In the  Old Country,as" a result of the industrial unrest', and says the-coal strike  must be settled one way-or another  within two'weeks, or the.Government  will be compelled to contract with the  United - States and other countries for  the winter's supply of coal -for the  nation.  Here is a hint that might be adopted  locally. It is an advertisement from  the Idaho Falls Register: "A lady's leather- .handbag left" in my  car^-while_parked_:on__Eark=_Av_enue__two_  weeks ago. Owner can have same by  calling at-my office, proving the prop-,  erty and paying for this ad.~ If she  will explain to my wife that I had  nothing to do with it's being there, I  will pay for this ad.  The Canadian National Union of  ex-Service Men of Vancouver, doesn't  take any stock in all the "newspaper  talk about-the legality of soldier's  clubs selling booze contrary to the  Moderation Act. In a communication  to the Province, the secretary of the  Union says: "Ex-service men are at  this crisis more interested in an effort towards obtaining food, clothing  and decent living conditions than  they are in such trivialities as "wet"  or "dry" canteens."  The management of the Enderby  Opera House recent'/ signed up a  number of the best films on thc  movie market, and Enc'eihv will jsoon  see such popular films as "When the  Clouds Roll By,","One of the Blood."  ant' "The Mollycoddle." all I.Miglas  Fairbanks specials^ "'lhe Love  F'ower," "Broken Blossom1?" two of  P. W. Griffiths features: "Romance,"  a-id* "Down on the i^arm," United. Artist big one's; Chan<-. Chaplin in "'lhe  Kid," "Go and Get It," a ��������������������������� Marshall  Neelan production; and two Mary  Pickford specials.  Armstrong Intermediates  Beaten by Enderby Team  A lacrosse t?am of anything like  star rank cannot be made in a few  games; nor yet in a single season. It  may take a number of seasons. But  Enderby has the "makings" of a first-  rate team, and they have the pep and  willingness to get out and practice,  ir they are not "knocked" to pieces  by the element opposed to lacrosse  before the season Is out,' the, boys  are certain to have a strong combination at the season's close and one  that will be in readiness for the  opening, of next season, when they  will be in a position to line-up as  strong a < local - team as there is in  the Valley and will thereby establish  in Enderby the Canadian national  game���������������������������something ;that has never before been accomplished, though ^ many  ...ttempts have been made.,  Last Thursday evening, on the Enderby recreation ground the local  team played an exhibition game with  the intermediates of Armstrong���������������������������and  won the game,' It was their'flrst appearance as a team, and there was  considerable uncertainty 'as to how  they would stack' up. The credulous  were there to see them go down, but  the credulous were outnumbered by  others who wanted to see the local  boys get a .chance to establish the  game and get the team rfn its feet.  The Enderby team had an.advantage in weight, and the visitors soon  discovered they were, no .match for  the  green-and-reds  when  it <. came  to  RATE.OF WAGE. SET  checking. But they made up in speed  what they lacked in weight, ancl the  g������������������me was made interesting throughout. Enderby's line-up was: Goal, R.  Green; point, C. Duncan; cover, Max  Klausman; 1st defense, W. Blackburn; 2nd, E.Sparrow; 3rd, O. Jones;  centre, G. Sparrow; 1st home, G.  Jones; 2nd,������������������ N. A. Koury; 3rd, E.  Black; Inside home, G. Graham; outside, R.- Sparrow.    .  The fastest professional teams in  Canada could not have played a fast  game on the grounds, newly mown,  and it was devoid of many thrills. It  was, however, hard and well played  by both teams. In the out-field work  Enderby showed the best combination work, but fell down when it  came,to boring in to the goal. They  had the ball close about the Arm-,  strong goal most of the time," and had  no difficulty in getting it back if the  visitors' did succeed now. and then in  getting it away, but they failed repeatedly ' in. throwing, it into the net.  Another fault in playing was in the  Enderby defense and, home crowding  into the visitor's goal and, leaving  their positions uncovered.. The only  goal made by the visitors was made  with the field open and a clean drive  to the net.     ���������������������������       '  A few exhibition games  and  these  weaknesses  will  be  overcome,  when  the local team will be strong enough,  to   go  up  against .the   senior  teams  of,the Valley.     r ' '���������������������������     -';-. .  HOTEL   MEN   ORGANIZE  Laborers, $3.50;  -Teams, $7.25;   Fore-  -   men,: $4.50,J,for Eight. Hours;.  S&  J At\:*7 meeting:J>tj^e^Ctt^^WclJ}  "^^jss^^i^s7^iis^^^&?S^^������������������  Mayor: BarnesVainf Aldermen, Burn-;  ham. "Coltart and Gaylord, it was de-;  cided.that.the,rate of. pay.by"the city,  on all public"-work'shall, be: laborers.,  $3.50; teams, $7.25;' foremen, \}i.W  per day_of eight hours. '    * ���������������������������    %'v  A letter, was read" from' Mrs. ||::  Lawes, -requesting permission to rej  deem certain "land transferred to tWfc  city in'the year 1917, in'satisfaction*/  'S.  ~*~S'-JX  i-i".?~  4.Ant*roi>.?rtant^  menvofKtheV.Inte^  non^Tlast; week;:���������������������������attendec|.';,by- repre-.y  sentatives'of the various.hotels' In*"all"J.  Jtbej"lmportant towns and cities'of.the7-  mainlahd.   V.; ���������������������������..,_;.������������������. ~r. 7;,{"'' ���������������������������    V    -  -. The. meeting was: tlie .result of re>. -  peated effm^s^made^y^ed.^W. Pobie,  Jn the past,month or twoH-An organP  Ration    was . raffecte^V^ith^: A.^iiJBV.''  JMeighen, o'f ' tl^>.Lel^nd "jiptij-VlKam:"  loops-, presidentV^W.. K. Clark, of the.  "of judgment for taxes.   On motion optional    hotel.   Vernon,   vice-presi-  Aldermen Coltart and Burnham. per-lflent> an<* GeP- ��������������������������������������������� P������������������bie' ot the Yer  mission   for   redemption  ,was   glven^on hotel, secretary-treasurer,  and it-Was ordered that the land in I* The object of the organization is to    Y>_������������������v_.Ma _>ltmi4> mnttn /t/im _r__~_������������������*+ isrt O rft 11 J**"* YI  question be re-conveyed to Mrs.  Lawes on payment by her to the .city*  of the.sum of $137.36, being amount  of judgment in satisfaction of whjclv  the'land had been accepted .by the1,  city.  It was decided by the council to  order 300 feet of new fire hose at the'  price bf $1.75 per foot. ���������������������������   -'  ===Aldr=Gayldrdrx:hairman=of^the-HKht  committee, asked that three additional lights be installed on CJJff  street, and one on George strent, opposite the City Hall. It was so  ordered.  bring about more concerted action  and a higher standard of service in all  the hotels of the Interior of the Province "and to work'in. conjunction with  .the hotelraen's organization operating  in the Coast cities.. . .  Prairie Crop Prospects  Edmonton District���������������������������Conditions very  favourable, sufficient moisture and no.  damage of any kind reported. Calgary.  District���������������������������Crop making excellent progress. Considerable danger from  grasshoppers in some parts but these  are being combated. Lethbridge District���������������������������Conditions excellent south and  east (on Stirling-Weyburn line,). Else-'  where rain needed. Damage by cut  worms at Lomond,Retlaw.BowIsland.  Unfavorable report from Retlaw.  Regina District���������������������������All grains making  strong growth under ideal conditibns.  Grasshoppers in south but no damage  and precautions taken. Saskatoon  District��������������������������� Wheat uniformly good. All  grain growing rapidly with indication  heavy wheat and oat crop. Winnipeg  District���������������������������Conditions continue excellent.    Rains and prospects good.  A walrus hunt is the most dangerous sport of the Arctic regions.  ROBBING SUMMER   HOUSES  It used" to be consFdered safe-"to-  Jeavo anything in the summer .cottages on Mabel Lake from one season  to another. If anyone desired to. use  ���������������������������the cabin, it was always a recognized  irlght, provided the cabin and consents were left cleaned up' the way  Jthey were found. Not so today.  . ��������������������������� On going to his summer cottage on  /the lake a few days ago, to see about,  'putting it into shape for the camping  ieason, Dr. Keith discovered that the  place had been broken into during the  winter months and mattresses, bed-  Sing, springs, cooking utensils, camp  lamps, etc., carried away. Virtually  ^everything that could be moved in u  hurry was stolen.  V Similar conditions were found in  Connection with the Leighten cottage  where many articles were taken,  and, in the past three weeks, the  panel of one of the doors was broken  In with an axe or some such instrument, and two windows knocked out.  :' Strange, isn't it, how crimes of this  sort increase as the country develops'  Into tiiie higher civilization and gets  away from the simple law of the open  hills and broad pathway of service.  Wear your Red Cross button.  ���������������������������, When motoring"In this district, you  .Vvill enjoy taking dinner at the King  "JEdward. ��������������������������� Mr  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  Thursday, June 30, 1921  ������������������fcanagau Commoner  In which is merged The Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  Published  every Thursday at Enderby, B. C. by the Walker Press.  S3 per year; J1.50 six months.  H. M.  WALKER  at  (Member of the  United  Typothetae of America)  .Advertising Rates  Contract or Regular���������������������������-10c a single-column inch up to  half page;  over half-page, 30c an inch each insertion.  Transient or irregular���������������������������i>0c an inch; cash to accompany copy to insure publication.  Water Notices���������������������������1;~0 words and under, $10.00; each  additional r.O words, 91.00. Land Notices, TinHier Licenses, Certificates of Improvement, $10.00 for CO days,  $7 for 30 clays.  Local Notices���������������������������20c per line;   Local readers,  10c line.  Cards of Thanks, $1.00.  Thursday, June 30, 1921  fcr    mr    fcr    *  st    st    st    -t  LIFE'S  STORY TOLD IN FLOWERS  sr    sr    sr  rs    #���������������������������������������������   js  Virginia  Teri'er, in the Vancouver Province,  gives us lhis interesting pen pictures oi* the  JButchard Gardens, near Victoria, .which havc  been mentioned in these columns before: $  "I have found a garden where all llie world.may  come and dream'and -worship. Think of il! Any  one and every one may come to it, even the humblest, for there is no charge.   There arc no olTic-  the Grass" signs,' nol one  ials and no "Keep Off  ���������������������������only an open gate.  Work of the Canadian Red Cross  Enderby ladies,  meeting in  the Citv Hall last  Thursday evening al lhe call of Mrs. A. C. Skaling,   secretary-treasurer   of    the    war-time   Red!garden, and conventional, and wild, and  Cross   Socicly. look in hand a "drive" for mem- pixic-garden.    Why is ^t onc never hears  bcrs in this locality, in order to uphold the good  reputation of Enderby nnd district in meeting all  demands made upon it by'this. Dominion-wide  organization in the world-wide cause of humaity.  This nation-wide "drive" J'or members was inaugurated thc 1st of June and was supposed to  over by the lllh. So many places, however,  failed to grasp thc significance of the "drive" and  did not meet the requirements made upon Ihem  Hint the lime was extended for the month. Thc  ladies a I the meeting expressed regret that thc  men of fhe town wore conspicuously their absence, but did not show any intention of allowing the movemenl to fail in Enderby because of  this   consp.isuou.sne.s.s.- so   they  at  once   ordered  "Is il not wonderful lhat there should bc such a  place and such large hearts to give the beauty  thcy have made to the world? Created oul of the  bush, il has been made a joy forever, and I daresay it is the only place of ils kind on the continent  ���������������������������for in America wc havc sel a price on beauty,  even gardens, and label il in thc raucous tones of  the sightseeing guide..  "The garden T found is in Victoria, and is  owned by Mr. Butchart. All" in one, il is the hanging gardens of Babylon and the sunken gardens  of Pasadena; and il is far morc. ll is a Japanese  it is a  of this  fi-om lied Cross hcadpariev.s 500 .buttons and  canvissers who will cover  S-l  lo work to select  town und district, and lhis week will be devoted'  lo Red Cross button sales.   -  Thc purpose of thc Dominion Red Cross in  inaugurating this nation-wide "drive".for members is lo raise the necessary funds for carrying  on thc work of thc Society ahd at the same time  to increase public interest in thc work the Society  is doing. An adult membership in thc Red Cross  Society is $1; lhal of boys and girls up lo 16, 25c.  Canada is pledged, with lhe othcr countries  signing the League of Nations compact, to;carry  'oul Jhe pcaccj-l^mc program endorsed by the.  f\cd Cross societies of the world. - Here is the  program: "To stimulate and maintain interest in  public health work; to support and, if need bc,  supplement the work of government agencies;  to disseminate useful knowledge concerning  health through demonstration, education ancl  otherwise." .  Thc principal service to bc undertaken by '.he  B. C. division lhis year consists of: Completion  of war work; extension of rural nursing; administration anil supervision of_ the health centres  maintained entirely or partly by lhc society: organization of local and Junior JRed  dies; health work in the schools; establishment  of a nursing service for costal lighthouses; establishment of disaster -relief depots throughout thc  of Red Cross workshops S  wonderful place? It should be blazoned from  one end of thc country to thc other, a Paradise  open to all.  "Down sheer, jagged cliffs, in a great hollow far  below, lies a floor of turf as smooth and as serene  as a dancing floor. Little paths run about, laid  wilh flagstones perfectly dclinatcd, very tiny like  a child's garden. Tiny steps of rock lead down  the face of the cliffs, and over the largest rock:  into a lillypool dashes a long, slender waterfall.  In the very middle of. the garden is a great high  tabic of rock with a little stairway lifting lo Heaven like onc of lhe old Aztec temples, wilh, al the  top, the offering lo the gods, myriads of flowers  ���������������������������heaps.-  "Down below, thc lily-pool slides inlo a little  the! wandering stream  willows,  goiiio- by  widening  /and  flows  away   under  out   inlo    other    pools,'  the  nncl  little scats tucked, away amongst the  flowers (lowing in a riot of color over everything:  climbing Ihe faces of thc cliffs, riming in great  beds at their feet, nestling into narrow borders  and into every corner. Thc splash, of color, the  splendor of them! Every bloom that was ever  heard of, each one loved and cared for, and shining its best.   A garden of gods and  giants.  Province: establishment  I'or disabled soldiers.  II seems  to most people  =��������������������������� "Upon the ridge along thc lop of the clills;  thcrc is a balconied summer house of cedar logs  overlooking Babylon, and walks cut in archways  through trees growing as,thick as.hedges  "These walks lead back to the other gardens,  through the splendidness of conventional lawns  into the pixic-garden., Usually -figures seem ont of  place in a garden, but these pixies do not, thcy are  so quaint and so very true to fairyland and 16  their garden. One peeps and peers at you through  llie hushes; anoi'ier smokes his pipe quite calmly  but Keeps a weather eye on you just thesamc; another is carrying a great bowl on his head to his  subterranean cavern in lhc rocks; and still another is having lhe time of his life swinging up  Cross bran- an([ down under lhe limb of a willow. Wonder;  ful little chaps thcy arc.old as thc mountains.who  come to live in this garden and make it morc lovely wilh their fairy spell because it is the mosl  beautiful and most loved place thcy have found.  "Lots of little streams and pools in this garden,  none  thc less  beautiful  because made by pixi  lhat if anvonc hasn't  Ihe time lo be a worker, hc or shc can at least be hands jnslcat| Gf by giants!   Exquisitely"'dainty  a supporter of the Red Cross cause  Sacred  to. the Empire  R required lhc voice of General Smuts, premier of South Africa, to bring yfrcsh lo thc minds  _oJ.'-Llj-e.staJ.-:->'-incn.of. thc world .knowledge, of, what  tlie Great War was fought for by Great Britain  and hcr allies.  "There is onc chapter in  lhc peace." said hc,  "which  to  my  mind  should  he specially  sacred  10 the Empire. That is the first chapter on the  League of Nations.   The covenant may bc faulty.  11 may need amendment in ordr to make it more  workable and more generally acceptable. But let  us never forget that lhe covenant embodies the  mosl -.deeply fell longings; of the human race for  a heller life/ There more than anywhere else,  do we find a serious effort made to translate inlo  practical reality the great ideals lhal actuated us  during the war, ideals for wliich millions of our  best gave their lives, a method of understanding  instead of the violence of forcc."  The Canadian View  Thc idea that lhc present gathering of.pr.emicrs  in London partakes of tlie nature of a cabinet  council was shattered by the decision to make thc  proceedings public. Credit for lhis step is largely  due to Premier Mcighcn, who at the opening  meeting on Monday made a slrong plea for publicity.   1 Ie said:  ���������������������������"If the conclusions bc sound and are lo bc acted  upon they must be accorded nol only general  support bul intelligent support throughout the  countries we represent. Therefore, it is essential  lhal we fullv inform the public of our proceed-,  ings. The problem is not a simple one, but I venture to suggest lhal il is better in the long run to  err on Ihc'sidcof publicity rather than on the side  of secrecv."  lillle arbors and trellises and scats, exquisitely  tiny little bridges over slender streams and stepping stones leading lhc enchanted way across  pools lo flower hidden summer houses. One  bridge, made of two thin arched stones cemented  together, peeps from under the trailing skirts of  ^e-inosl-graccfuLot^wecping-wilIows,-and-is4ha  high  temple of a daintily minalurc Japan.  Disraeli's Forsight  Forty years ago Benjamin Disraeli, Ear J of  Beaconsficld and Viscount Hughcndcn, passed1  away in London. Within a year or Iwo due honor was vouchsafed to his- memory in the esta-  lishmcnt of Primrose day, an annual tribute of  a people whose gratitude remains even afler this  lapse of time. That lhe sentiment should have  persisted through Ihc great world upheaval of  the past few years is, indeed, striking testimony  of Ihc survival of a personality which attracts lo  itself fresh stores of romance as the years roll on,  Rarelv before, save in lhc years immediately following his dcalh, has the memory of Beaconsficld  becn so warm I v and extensively acknowledged  says the London. Daily Telegraph. Fifty representatives of the London habitation's or the Primrose League participated in a pilgrimage".to Hugh*  enden churchyard, there to lay flowers upon the  great stalesman's grave.  Thcrc'Sir James Bruton recalled the prediction  made by Disraeli in .1846���������������������������a prediction which,  Sir James added, was  being fulfilled  to-day:  '"I* have faith," said Disraeli, "in the primitive and enduring element of the English character. It may be vain  now. in the midnight of their intoxication, to tell them  that there will be an awakening of bitterness; it may be  idle now in the springtide of their economic frenzy, to  warn them that there may be an ebb of trouble, but the  dark and inevitable hour will arrive. Then, when then-  spirits are softened by misfortune, they will recur to  those principles that made England great, and which in  our belief will alone keep C ngland great."  >^~yu  IVICf  fride  l&etteMe  .vroll������������������ in x  owa.r<  TH>M>SM  ^^JS&W^&r.  Ovutr be5i  L/et* cLo   io mStke it?S Crest-  B:rin$ trltcLe [o &11 our Stores!  BUY WHERE  Yaulivc  Remitting Money by Mail  A SAFE and convenient form of remitting  money, by mail, not only in Canada but to  any part of the world, is by Drafts issued by the  Bank of Montreal. These drafts can be cashed  at the local bank designated. The cost is  nominal.  BANK of MONTREAL  ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YEARS  Capital Vn'.cl ip Jv22.noo.ooo Pps* ������������������!������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ noo.ooo  Total Assets in Excess of $500,000,000   ���������������������������  ESTABLISHED 1872  tl.*  !_Hn  **lil"__ %\a ha ifc  rfotnriri!  k������������������l ml  There are many reasons for "the  popularity of joint accounts between  husband aiid wife. One of the most  important is, that in the event of the  death of either-party the money, is at  the full disposal . of the survivor.  Open a joint-i account in the Bank of  Hamilton for yourself and your wife.  Qwrx.cw  BANK QF HAMIlTflN  ji\Q. sajAttT, I-<ociij iManflger  PXPCIWY, fi. iZ.  mwmnmwmm  Now ^35Q    V  fteguter ������������������4'\ wow $U5Q  If interested come in and Jet us  show  you tbe points of supremacy of  these new_cars.-Vparload_ just.unloaded They-are-TffJflJight car of-  qnality and duarability on the market, at a low price.  Jag. McMaJuw & Son       pnejerfry  NQTICEJ  I am prepare^ to 4e}iver  milk to auy part of tbe  City at 10c a quart for  tbe Summer mouths.  J J.GO J4>, Pfcoae 8 j,En4ert>y  KING EPWARP  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel     ���������������������������������������������^URFHY      Enderby  Counter Check Books Sf^p]^|  by your home printer at a saving to you, Mr. Merchant. -H  4-  Thursday, June 30, 1921  OKANAGAN   COMMONER  TOOTH WtSTF  i^y\. presekV^vW*  -V  f- ..V-.-1-     ���������������������������*" %"   ������������������   f  REfifVi-jS fY^RRHjEA  _       C^O/jCU 7  For Sale  by  A. REEEVES  ENDERBY-  W. J. LEMKE  W.M.  A.E&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  (tegular meetings first  -Thursday on or after thc  full moon at Sp. m. in Masonic Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  C. H. REEVES  Sucrelnry  Work of tiie      -  Canadian  Red Cross  A  glance over  lhc  go through a course of -"training  in puhlic health matters. More  nurses are to he placed in the  field* this year, new health  centres will he opened, and lhc  difficulties and dangers involv-j  ed in rural districts where med-  rcport  of ic"d assistance is at a premium,  PERS!  the B.C.  division  of  the Cana-jwill    hc    gradually  dian  Hod  Cross  for  1920 gives,l'roin   the   Province  an instant insight inlo the work Columhia  involved in continuing the  eliminated  of   British  The provincial division's survey of coa,sla,l lighthouses,  which was undertaken in September, has revealed anolhcr  oportunily of doing good work.*  With lhe hearty co-operation of  lhe government authorities,  arrangements for providing a  nursing service for the lighthouse-keeper arc in the course  of completion. The hcallh of  the men responsible for lighl-  uiI was opened at houses along our dangerous  Thc soldier settle- coast-is a matter of utmost im-  ENDERBY   LODGE  <?_r_^  ���������������������������w~rt    *'V?'  r.-^ meets  Tw������������������__^=$_r |nMasi  ���������������������������^l&ggpr dially i  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets 1st & 3rd  Monday eve  isonic Hall. - Visi torscor-  invited to attend.  G. A, R/VNDS., C. C  II. M. WALKER, K. R. S  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  '" Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public. <.  INSURANCE' ,  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  pro  jecls already undertaken in I3ri  iish Columbia.  The phrase "Completion ol  war work"' covers an immense  field. Last year for instance,  every hospital housing returned  soldiers was- regularly visited.  A convalescent camp was maintained al Boundary Bay and over 200 men were guests at the  tamp during the summer. A  recreation  Esquimau  nicnl at Mcrvillc was provided  wilh a health centre, wherc a  trained nurse was and is in constant attendance.      Thc society  portancc.    It is now to receive  the allcntion which is its due.  Health   work  in   thc  schools  and    the   organization    of    the  bears all expenses.   Thc Czcchoj Junior Red Cross branches are  Slovak Iroops, who had fought closely   allied.     The   main   ol>  IT COST  $47,000  To put out YOUR fires in 1920  THEY DESTROYED  $150,000  OF PROPERTY LAST YEAR  gallantly, in the allied cause  more years lhan onc cares lo  contemplate, were welcomed  with gifts of all kinds when  ihey parsed through Vancouver  in .lunc. Invalid soldiers in thc  hospitals were kept supplied  wilh cigarettes, reading matter  and many othcr little luxuries,  special    remembrances, inchrl  jeets of the junior branches arc  the promotion of good health  among thc members and goocT  health, hygiene, sanitation, etc.,  will be taught them Ihrough thc  schools. Medical examinations  will rcval that Johnny Jones is  stupid only because hc needs  glasses and Mary Brown< inactive because of tonsililis. In this  Be sure your fire is out  EUREKA LODGE NO 50  I. O. O. F. '  Meets every Tuesday evening "at 8  o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially  invited. ^  W. A, RUSSELL, N.G. '     G. S. DUNCAN.V.G.  H. A. TEECE, Sec.  Notary PuJ>Uc  "r Insurance and General Agent  V JAS, PICKSON  pejj 3Jock fnderby  vages  p. WATERSQN  PNPJERPY, P. C.  is -,     -       ',   Estimates given on any job of brick &  stone.work;'building of fire places and  chimneys, etc.  . Garfield held that if there is one  thing upon this earth that mankind  loves and ad mires better than another  it is-a brave man��������������������������� it is a man who  dares look the {devil in the face and  tell him he is a. devil.  ing 165 stockings, being offered j way,   while   repairing   the   ra-  ihem at Christmas.    Numerous  dependents-were cared for "and  the society's helping hand covered not only British Columbia  but extended also into the State  of   Washington.,    Every   conceivable necessity was .presented to the hospitals, from shaving brushes and socks to furn-|  ilure.   tennis   sets   and. phono-j  graphs.    The society intends to  carry  out   this   invaluable .service  as  long  as  necessary.  The. rural "nursing service,  established in accordance Avith  lhc plans of , the .Canadian  Society. generally; placed eight  qualified nurses in as.many dis  waits, in battle-order, with bayonet  fixed, for the lifting of the barrage  which will summon it to advance  against the first objective held .by its  ancient enemies���������������������������Ignorance, Accident  and Disease. It has, a powerful backing, but it needs more and still more  backing. Ammunition and reinforcements are essential. Nearly $50,000  was expended by the B. C. Division  alone in 1920. Workers and members  innumerable" are wanted.  Splendid Objects  The objects���������������������������world-wide objects,  remember, endorsed > by the League  pf Nations itself, and. by.the League  tricts of the province.= pajing j cau?ht. napping.  them Iheir salaries and expen- ~ ~ ���������������������������-' ^ -  ses "and providing them wilh  transportation to enable them  to make frequent tours of inspection and instruction. These  nurses are to continue spreading doctrines of good health  and " sanitation and rendering  medical aid to those requiring  it. A. Chair of Public Wealth,  involving an annual expense to  the division of $5,000, was established at the University of  B. C,    to    enable    nurses    to  To deliver in JJEnderby at Vernon prices,  McCormick and Deering farm Implements  Pw4ers       Hakes       Mowers  Teeners     Pto4er Twine  A few Pises an4 Gang Plows wiU foe soJ4  AT COST to clean up.  0. S. Galbraitn & Sons  Phone 83 ,   ���������������������������    .    .  Vernon  of war upon thc older  generation, the Red Cross will  jjuild the younger into stalwart  manhood.  -  Emergency Relief  Thc need for emergency and disaster relief depots is only too apparent.  Every- Red Cross branch rendered  invaluable" aid during the "flu" epidemics, as. many doctors .and tlioiis-jof Red Cross Societies���������������������������are .splendid  ands of patients.have good cause to [objects: To help the boys "who suf-  remember. We hope that the "flu" , fered so much iiv 1914���������������������������IS (the boys  has gone forever. But outbreaks of so._many of,us have clean forgotten);  other diseases,, a landslide, a forest,tb make the nation,- young and.old, a  fire, are always ready to overwhelm I nation of" the strong .and robust; W  some unfortunate community.", ' And (deal with emergency and disaster; to  the Red Cross does-not intend to be! work for-"the improvement of health"  the prevention of disease ancl the  mitigation of- suffering." You', worthy  reader, did your bit in thetGreat War  because the cause was great.' Won't  you do your bit in this war, whenv the  cause is equally as noble? It's for  the sick, the children, and the boys,  the-wounded boys, remember!"  The membership fee is only one  dollar;' 25c for junior membership.  The' Enderby Red Cross" branch is  eager to enroll members, and each  member will receive-a certificate and  button to show that they have-joined  the ajmy of workers to fight disease;  and ill-health in this British .Columbia of ours. ��������������������������� - -  -  One might continue this enumeration of Red Cross activity, completed  or projected, indefinitely. But enough  has been said to convey a general idea  of the magnificent performance to the  credit.of the Society. , Today it stands  on  the  eve  of a  new  campaign.    It  Choice Cuts  Order your table fowl from ns. We  are prepared to supply on     V  short notice ...  GPO. p. SJJARPP  Wholesale  an<J  Retail   pulcher  Enderby, B. C.  On tfte Open Roa4 with Uank Re&aw  20% off  . Everything in our Gent's Furnishings  until the end of the month  E. B. DILL  Men's Clothing, Boots & Shoes  Groceries, Etc.      Enderby  Onc feature, at least, of the Moderation Act is  most unjust. The law gives thc Provincial liquor  board thc exclusive vending of booze, at a prof!'.  It gives anyone the right to go to a hotel, engage  a room, and tote, to that room two quarts of hard  stuff per day for a period of.two weeks, then hc  can renew the license and continue another two  weeks���������������������������if his money holds out and his friends  (lo-noUfadc^awa-y.==^lJJhc=la-w-=inakes=_the=gucst_oL  the room thc exclusive master of thc situation  for thc room is held to he as sacred as a man's  homc. Wilhin his room he can indulge unrestricted and no person can intrude with impunity.- Mark you this: the hotclman cannot sell  the booze to the guest, bul hc In list provide thc  room wherein the booze���������������������������sold at a profit by thc  Government���������������������������is consumed. Morc than this: the  Government makes the" profit in tax money and  sale of booze, the hotclman provides thc room  where lhc booze must bc drunk; then, when thc  hards tuff is gone and if the drinker becomes  drunk on thc hotel premises, the hotclman is  liable lo imprisonment, though-lie may havc had  noihing whatever lo do wilh the man's getting  drunk. In olher words, the Government creates  thc danger and-provides, al a profit, the "kick"  that makes thc crime, then the innocent hotel-  man may hc imprisoned for thc crime.  nations be taken into the family of nations and  there be made to live in love and concord with  all brother members. _  And now comes a Japanese newspaper and declares that thcrc should bc no renewal of thc  Anglo-Japanese treaty. This authority declares  lhis treaty, like all other secret alliances between  nations, is contrary lo tlie spirit nnd object of  the League of Nations, and lhat onc should not  exist and cannol become operative in the- face of  Lhc other. This Japanese authority says that ITny  alliance of this nature must of necessity bc only  an allinccs on paper and worthless when it conies  to enforcement, particularly by one set of League  coven enters against andther set, and his .advice  would be that every vis'tage of these secret compacts, between nations be scrapped, and lhat all'home'to take care of the baby,  Watch your step, hoys and girls. Vamping in  a bathing suit may not hc so scclusivc as othcr  modes of vamping, but Miss Barlcling, a vclcrh of  20 years' experience, and chief oiliccr of lh^ doings ticL^dahons^counl^of^Chicago,^whoJ-l���������������������������^  whereof shc speaks, says this mode of vamping is  thc mosl dangerous. ���������������������������  Prohibition and thc heat is driving the "cabaret  babies" and thc "lounge hazards" to thc. citv  beaches, and thcrin lies thc danger.  Thc greatest temptation a young woman basin  lhc summer time is to get into a bathing suit and  join young people enjoying themselves at thc  beach," said Miss J3artclme. It is a natural longing, but I happen lo know that it is also one of  Ihe most dangerous.  "Despite precautions, hundreds of unprincipled  men and women infest the beaches in the summer lime. A flirtation is easier on thc beach than  anywhere. There is little harm in lhal��������������������������� on thc  beach.  "It is the little dinner, the taxi ride, thc cabarets  and road houses afterward thai makes us so much  work.  ��������������������������� "Hundreds of women go to thc beaches in as  daring bathing suits as thej- can wear and never  go near thc watcr���������������������������remember that. Thcy are  111 ere lo vamp some young man.  "Handsome men, who look attractive to unwary girls, don't care if thcy ever gel wet���������������������������lhcy  arc looking the girls over.  "Friendships started this way arc apt to bc  too informal. Hundreds of unhappy couples,  who were carried away hy midsummer flirtations  come inlo our domestic relations court.  . "A man.who looks splendid in a bathing suit  may be an aw'rful ni ess at paying grocery bills. A  girl who is over friendly in a bathing suit is not*  apt to be much good when it comes to staying- a  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  Thursday, June 30,1921  \r  mr  ti  mS  st  s\  St   St  St  st   st   st  st  st  st  St  st st  CHURCH SERVICES  sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr  sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr    s.  a a a a a a *���������������������������> ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ y *������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ *��������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� ������������������ ��������������������������������������������� *���������������������������������������������  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,  "The  Lost  Chord Found."  Everyone  cordially  invited.  <.  js-rs rs rs rs rs #> 4^ ** JS  rs rs ������������������ rs .������������������������������������  ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH  Minister:   Rev. John. W.  Stott,  B. A.  Morning at 11. "A Prayer in Uie  Wrong Place." Sermonotto, "Team  Work."  Evening at 7.30: "Elements ot  Church Strength."-  Sunday  Srhool  at  10 a.m.  Hullcar at. 2.30 p.m.   ENDERBY     OPERA     HOUSE  FRIDAY  AND   SATURDAY  Julv 1st and 2nd  Five-Reel Feature starring George  Walsh in "THE PLUNGER."  Two-reel Sunshine Comedy and  Ford Film. 0  Prices  15c and  35c.  sr   u sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   ������������������.> sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr  if COMING    EVENTS '    X  S? All ads under this head, 15c line X  ' sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr  sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr   sr  js   #^ JS   #��������������������������������������������� JS   ������������������ J,   js   ������������������ ������������������ #* JS   JS   _% J* J.  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  A special meeting of Endevuy i_oeal  U. F. B. C. will be held Thursday, 30ui  June. Important business on hand.  All members aro requested to be present.      G. 1-1.. Smedley, secretary. ���������������������������  X  Wear your Red  Cross button.  Want Ads  3c a word first insertion, 2c n word each insertion thereafter: 25c minimum charge; 10c extra  vrhere cash does not accompany order.  GENERAL SERVANT wanted July  10th for farm near Enderby; good  salary for reliable, person. Box K.,  Commoner  oflice, 'Enderby       lp  FOR   SALE���������������������������Inboard   2-3 . h.p.* Hamilton engine;   in good condition.    $S5  old   price.     Will  .sell   for   $50.    AV.,  ' Commoner Office, Enderby     -  YOUNG MAN, capable, good with  horses, and of clean habits, would  like work by month on respectable  farm.    Box, T., Commoner. jne30-2c  5? MARA  ITEMS 5!  yyxxaxxxxxxxxxxx  Miss Stewart left on Friday night  for Vancouver to spend the holidays.  Fred Dean leaves this week to join  the   staff  at  Vernon   of   the   McNair  o  shippers. '    '     . -���������������������������  "  Gerald Little is visiting his old  school mates here, and is having a  good time.  Harry Coell  came  home  last  week  for a few days' recuperation. Mr.Coell  has taken a position in the fruit pack-  jing firm of Wm. McNair, at Vernon.  I  The eflicicncy of the school was well  j maintained   under   Miss   Stewart   and  I Miss   Allen.     Particularly   good   were  the pupils in  tho exhibition  of paintings  In  tlie  rooms,  which  wore  of a  very high order. .  A group of sharpshooters under  Geo. Little's guidance, made a raid  on gophertown a few days ago, and.  judging by the ammunition used  there will be many vacant .chairs in  the village. But it will certainly be  a good  riddance.   .  Miss Allen, the junior teacher, motored to Penticton with- Mrs. Gray  and took the Kettle Valley road to  Vancouver. a Miss Allen, who has resigned as teacher cf tlie junior department, made a host of friends in  Mara and we all are sorry to lose her.  Tho children, especially were very  fond of her.  The closing exercises at the school  took place on Friday, and the afternoon was taken up with the road  sports, interspersed with ice cream  and refreshments. A large number of  the parents and friends were present,  ancl all enjoyed themselves. The  late part of the afternoon, owing to  the rain showers, some of the races  had to bc cancelled.  Mrs. Weir leceived a large addition  to hcr home last Saturday in the  person of her father and mother,  sister and brother-in-law and six  children, who arrived from Belfast,  Ireland. Mr. Davison,.tho brother, is  a- veteran of the Boer war, also one  of the original Contemptibles, and  has some "interesting tales, to tell of  the various engagements he was in.  They are a fine type" of settlers and  will be' a decided acquisition to" the  district.  kkxxkx x x x a y x x x������������������x x  X NORTH   DEEP   CREEK X  X X X X X X X X X XX X X XX  L. Smiley has returned from the  Coast, where he spent the last few  weeks.  Misses ~B. and F. r Piggott are visiting their sister^ Miss K. Piggoft the  week-end. *  Mr." and Mrs. J. K. Smiley have  gone to visit Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Gorle  at Hullcar a few weeks. "  ������������������  Parents and children are pleased  to learn that Miss Piggott is to take  the school again next season.  Closing day on Friday was a great  event for the school children. First  they entertained their parents and  friends to a cpneert, after which the  Honor Rolls and prizes were awarded. Then all adjourned to Loon  Lake for a picnic, where a,,very enjoyable time was spent inspite of  the" showery weather. All hope that  these closing-day exercises and -picnic will be made an annual event.  SEVERAL   good   milk   cows   for  sale.  .Mrs. B. R.   Campbell,   Deep   Creek,  near Hullcar, P.O. ..address, It. R. 1,  Enderby. jne  30-tf  FOR-,. SALE���������������������������Heavy quarter-oak dining table; also sideboard. Apply,  Mrs. C. Strickland, Enderby. jnooOtf  FOR SALE���������������������������Two white enamelled  beds and springs; one Perfection  3-hurner oil stove and ov-en. A. E.  Robertson,   Enderby. jne   23-2c  FOR LLMITED SERVICE���������������������������A young  Jersey bull.    I. J. Gold, Enderby.  FOR  SALE���������������������������50-acre dairy farm  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.t  S. O. Skjeie, Enderby.  m5-tf  FOR   SALE���������������������������Six-roomed   cottage   uii-  ==^fur-n-ished^or-=-fur-nishcd^=-w-ith^ever-y.--  thing   for   immediate   occupation.    2  large lots.    Apply Ed. Gray.    a21-Gp  FOR SERVICE���������������������������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 postofllcc;  planted to alfalfa, which will sell  for cash or on terms. W., Common erofnee. j2-tf  Why sencj out when  you can buy at  home for the  same price  ?  We sell 30x31/. standard make auto  casings from $1-1.00 up. Bumpers for  Ford or Chevorlet cars $13.00. G-S  volt starting and lighting battery  $20.00 up. We ��������������������������� clo 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; ihandles like  an automobile and pulls like a steam,  engine.  X    GRANDVIEW   BENCH   NOTES    X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  Miss D. Patchett left for her home  near Armstrong on Saturday.  Rev. J. G. Gibson held church service in the school house on Sunday.  P., Dysart is busy picknig strawberries. He says it is the best crop he  ever has grown.  A number of young people gathered  at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lidstone  on Friday evening and spent a very  enjoyable time in dancing.  The picnic at the school house on  Friday proved quite a success inspite  of a few showers of rain. Quite a largo  crowd gathered at about noon for refreshments, after which there were  races for the children and the grownups. About 5 o'clock refreshments  again were served, and all say they  had a good time.  Wear your Red  Cross button.  X X X X X XX X  X  X X X X V  X GRINDROD   NOTES X  XXXX X  X X XXXX  X  X *  Mrs. Li. E. Stroulger is now at home-  to her friends.  Miss B. Bunn left on Monday for  her home at the coast.  Miss B. Bunn spent .the week-end  with Mrs. S. Stroulger.    ���������������������������  Miss G. ���������������������������,Charlish spent a few, days  visiting friends in  Grindrod.  W. Thomas, who has been with E.  Skyrme several **' months, left last  week for Vernon.  The last clay of school was celebrated in the usual way by the kiddies here. They had prepared a fine  program, ancl Miss B. Pritchard, who  took the chair made a most excellent  "chairwoman." At the end of the  program  thc  children  presented  Miss  "Bunn with a small prcsenFTn"-token  of their appreciation. of hcr work.  After the Rolls of Honor and the  prCtos were given out refreshments  were served. Mr. W. Monk asked for  three cheers for Miss Bunn, which  was heartily given.  m Parties  Salad   Dressing  Olives  Olive Oil  Pickles  Canned   Fruits  Oranges  Lemons  Bananas  Potted   Meats  Everything for the  pleasure-seeker  Enderby's  Quality  Store  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  'A  will give you the satisfaction thiss car  will.    Let us demonstrate it to you.  -GEQVATilANPS-  Ford Pealer, fnderby  GRINDROD   MOTOR   GARAGE  Grindrod,   B.  C.  DUNCAN BROS.  Phone 75    E  For Sale  3'M acres, being lots 325 and 32G,  Group 1, Osoyoos District, 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 im  provements. Can give evidence of  the excellence ancl value of this land.  Price, #13,760  for the whole, or would consider selling portion at $50.00 per acre.  Hoi Weather  Goods  Perfection and Florence  Oil Stoves  Screen Doors and Windows  Lawn  Mowers  Lawn Hose and Sprinklers  Watering Cans  Electric Irons  Plumbing & Tinsmithing  _.  McMAHON & MACK  HEAVY   AND    SHELF    HARDWARE    PLUMBING   AND    FITTING  GROCERIES  S^   Everything  you  require  for   hot  -   weather lunches, etc.  Teece & Soti  Full 1/Lne of Crockery  Fresh Fruits Every Few  Bays        ,  Agents  Massey-Harris  Co.  Machinery  Phone 48    Flour, Feed! & Groceries  m  mmsBmammmamA  mm  An insurance PoJlfy  will nof Prevent \% ffre-  event |)eferiproffon  THERE is a certainty about the permanent  protection from decay that goes on with every  can of B-H "English" Paint.  V.  There is also the romantic value of a well preserve^  home  which  goes  on  accumulating  to an  even  greater degree than does its real estate value.      v.  Therefore, for economy's sake, it pays to specify a paint of proven  permanence ant) quality.  "ENGUSH"  wsfrwWtoH.  All tMTyear thrc(figh  JS-H "English" Paint  !>ur property will be protected by the use of   ��������������������������� _,    Heat, wind, rain, frost or snow cannot  harm the house, the surface of which W protected by B-H "English"  Paint.  The guaranteed formula on every can is your protection, for the  . base of this famous paint contains 70% pure white lead (Brandram'g  Genuine B.B., the world's standard) and 30% pure white zinc, to  which is added linseed oil made in our own mills.  Pefore you paint be sure that you are using B-H "English" Paint*  so that you can give your surface the correct protection.  FOR  SALE  3V  McMAHON & MACJi  Shelf and Heavy Hardware Cliff St., Endcrhy  B^^XiE.aAa-|1>gWPPFfQN  f*3*mtBA_. HAMPMUC  MCOtCINC HOT  ffaVVffPV  TOWONYV  K5",33������������������;.'MErS!SEa3S  BEnKaBEBBSSSBE&l  APPLY  J.C.BRIDGMAN  004  B rough ton   St., Victoria,  B.C.  Pominion Pay Celebration  July 1st at  Armstrong  DECORATED AUTOS DECORATED BICYCLES  CALLITHUMPIAN  PARADE   LACROSSE and BASEBALL  FOOTRACES JUMPING CYCLE RACES  0Valuable Prizes will be given in all events."  CONFETTA CARNIVAL and G RAND BALL in evening  w  71  )J  ���������������������������11


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