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 SEP 17.1821 .  &  ti&tmjjmt-. ���������������������������0mm������������������mt  IN WHICH IS MERGED THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  ���������������������������Vol. 14, No. 23, Whole No. 699  Thursday,   September  15,  1921  Subscription $3   per year  X' ENDERBY   BRIEFS X  iC XXXXXXXXXXXXX  Win.   Poison   was   a   visitor   from  Vancouver this week,  o-   Geo. H. Smedley is enjoying a visit  to the Provincial Fair this week.  Mr. and'"Mrs. Leonard Funk left fir  tho Coast Monday to see tho Provincial Fair.  - E. B? Dill ancl E. J. Mack aro expected home from the Cariboo the  end of this week.  Born���������������������������At the Enderby Hospital,,  Sept. 10th, to Mr. and Mrs. Eric Robertson, a daughter.  A. new drop curtain is to be hung  I* the Enderby Opera House witbln  the next week or two.  Mrs. J. W. Logan and children, of  Vancouver, are spending a holiday  .with Mrs.. Mohr, Thirlstane Farm.  With only 6 per cent of the world's  population, the United States produces 85 per cent of the world's automobiles.  Mrs. McPherson, matron at the Enderby Hospital, is enjoying a visit  from her daughter, Miss Berta, of  Armstrong.  Premier Lloyd George Is said, to  have a wonderful faculty of adapting  himself to his environment. During  his, visit to Scotland he attended the  kirk twice every Sawbath.  A. McPherson is moving his stock  of furniture, c rpets, etc., to the store  building next to' Hutchison's blacksmith shop, and will reside in the  house opposite, on Belvedere.  Jas. Baird Mr. Duke.'.and John and  Will .-Dale returned on Tuesday from  ,"a trip to the Cariboo, where they enjoyed a hunting week or two in the  vicinity of the  150-Mile House. '  Farmers of Cowichan Valley are to  ask Hon. S. F. Tolmie, minister of  agriculture In the Meighen Government, to drbTp party lines.and.run as  a Farmer-Progressive candidate in  the Nanaimo division.  At a meeting of the Enderby- Hospital -board last wsetc ft was decided  to, go .ahead with tht complete furnishing of the new operation room,  with the promised assistance of tlie  ladies of the hospital auxiliary.  for the ' convenience of persons  wishing io pay tax arrears and so  avoid Incurring tax sale expenses, the  collector's oflice at the City Hall will  be open till 6 p.m. today, and again In  the evening from 7 till 9 o'clock.  There was a largely-attended meeting of the congregation and friends of  St.    George's    Church   iri  the  Parish  Hall Saturday afternoon to meet the  Jlev. and Mrs. Play, the new rector,  and the affair was made roost enjoyable.  The sad news was received by Mrs.  =7jasf=^Ba!rd^:thls=iweekf=of-^the=sudden  death of her .sister, Mrs. Kathleen J.  Rollins, at Westlock. Alta., where she  went from Enderby a month ago after  spending the summer with hor sister  here.  Snakes have something ln common  with the average male, according to  F- Woodruff, museum curator, of Chicago, who says that when they meet  a female snake, younger and more  charming than their'chosen mates.  they never come home again.  Miss Helen Clark, contralto, and Mr.  Joseph Phillips, baritone, were heard  at Vernon on Monday evening, and on  this occasion these artists were heard  in comparison with the Edison recreation of their voices, ft was a complimentary affair given' by the O.K.  Stationery.  Gravelling of Sicamous road from  the school corner to the city limits Is  now under way, being carried on hy  the citizens and property owners who  contributed thej work. The road material Is coming from the pit recently  opened up by the city in the rear of  the Moffat acreage, which is proving  very satisfactory.  Miss D. Verner, ot Vancouver, hon.  secretary of the "One-by-One" band  for B. C, and her sister, Miss S. Verner, musical director of the same  missionary society, visited Mrs. and  Miss Mohr recently on their tour of  the Okanagan, and were charmed by  the scenery and climate. They hope  to pay the Vally further visits.  One of those enjoyable social dances so characteristic of the locality,  will be held in Grindrod Hall, on the  night of Friday, Sept. 16th.  Particulars in the murder hearing  of "Fatty" Arbuckle read not unlike  the details pictured in some of his  pajama parties on the screen which  pass for comedy. When movie'stars  carry their silk pajamas with them  going to mixed "parties" in hotel  suites in "dry" San Francisco, something sensational is sure to happen.  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X    GRANDVIEW  BENCH  NOTES    X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  visitor to Vernon  to    Okanagan  W.  Bailey was a  on Saturday.  J.    Lidstone    went  Centre on Saturday.  School opened on September Gth  with Miss D. Patchett again in charge.  Mr. Robeson went to the Prairie  last Wednesday, to be absent some  time.  Lawson   Stroulger has  finished  ba  in en and remained to circulate in the  community.  All farmers are pleased with the  net result to each and all and they  intend to carry the idea of co-operation farther, in the hope of benefitting  all in the community.  AMATEUR    OR    PROFESSIONAL  There seems to be a deplorable lack i ling his hay, nearly 40 tons of the Al  of   co-operation    between    the    pub- variety.  Ushers of books required In the high  schools and the department of education which names the books to be  used. Of the books required,, not  more than half of them can be procured in the Province, and it may be  some weeks before the pupils can be  supplied.  Steuart J. Martin, secretary-treasurer of the Okanagan Auto Club and  Good Roads Association, was in Enderby" Wednesday from Vernon. He  reports continuous work being done  by the association, but so far its inability to get action on the part of  the government In the matter of the  provincial highway through the Okanagan to the Coast.  Next Wednesday and Thursday the  Armstrong fall fair will be held, and  it is already characterized as an assured success, this judgment being  based on the number of entries now  in hand.   With weather conditions so'of road  Mr. and Mrs. G'. Lidstone are visit-  Ing friends at Okanagan Centre for a  few days.  A. Turner was taken to the Salmon  Arm hospital last week suffering from  lymphingitis.  R. L. Lidstone is clearing several  acres of land which he intends to put  in to fall wheat..   -"  Some of our farmers are wishing  for fine weather to get their second  crop .of clover and timothy harvested.  Someone entered one of the cellars  ln this district one day last week and  carried .away a number of jars of  fruit.       . ,     -   ���������������������������     .  Preparations are well under way on'  the district exhibit for the Armstrong  Fair. It is expected, that it will be  better and bigger than that of- last  year. * /',      -  Settlers have finished the new road  to P. Bradshaw's ranch. ' This piece  Other Places Suffer from the  Impor-  tation   of  City   Baseball   Players  is three-quarters of a mile  favorable for the "perfect coloring of |lonS and -cost th������������������ Government, only  fruit, and for all growing crops, the *300' whI,e ������������������������������������ half m!le of road n?xt  quality of the exhibits should excel  that of .recent years," 'and the fair  should draw      large, attendance.    <������������������������������������������������������  0On Sunday.Col. Scott-Wllllams, M.  C, p.F.C, used the Stepney-field as a  landing place for his flying machine,  one of. tJie fast Prltlsh ��������������������������� type, given to  him by the War Department at the  close of the war, and from this, location fourteen trips were made during  the clay with Enderbyites who were  prepared to pay 110"for the experience.- All who went up were delighted  by the thrills an<| novelty of flying.  Tbe last brick from tne frying shed  will be piled In the final Win of the  season at the Enderby prick Vard in  a few days and tl������������������e finishing fires  started. Tbis will finish up a very  successful season of brickmaking, an<|  will give Manager Fulton some 800,-  ooo"brick to carry over for the late  fall and early spring supply. Seven  Kilns already have been, moved- . A.  total of fourteen hundred thousand  brick were made during the summer.  The Franco-Canadian sample train  and French Government spectacular  -France."-now���������������������������touring -Canada, -will  pass through to Vernon on Sept. 27th,  where it will be open to the public on  that evening and until 2 p.m. the following day. There will be one performance of "France," the proceeds  from which going to the maimed ancl  needy French soldiers. We understand an effort Is to be made to have  tbe train stop at Enderby, but there  Is no assurance that It can be so arranged-  Why Germany i* Recovering  Sir Trevor Dawson, managing director of Vickers Limited, London, recounting his experiences while travelling in Germany a month ago, states  that he found that several of the large  works were operating at full capacity  and were regular hives of industry.  Labor appeared to be working harmoniously and as a result the output  was very high. The average wage Is  four marks ($1 if the mark were normal) an hour, with the eight-hour day  ln general use.  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X CITV TAX SALE. Every par- X  X eel of land in Enderby on. which X  X taxes levied to Dec. 31st, 1919, X  X are in arrear will be sold on Sep- X  X tember 30th, 1921, unless such X  X taxes shall have been sooner X  X paid. A complete list of proper- X  X ties to be sold will be advertised X  X ln the next issue of this paper. X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  to it cost close to $1000. This shows  what could be done if the Government would give the settlers a chance  instead of bringing men 'and teams  from the��������������������������� outside to do the work-   -  '.RETAIL  MERCHANTS MEET  ��������������������������� Messrs.-Wheeler, Speers, McMahon  and Koury represented the merchants  of Enderby at a banquet given In the  Kalamalka Hotel, Vernon, last Friday evening by the Retail Merchants  Association of the Okanagan. The  gathering was-a very representative  one, every town In the Valley being  represented- J3. M- Trowerr., secretary of the Dominion Executive Council of the. association, and J. A- Pan-  field, of Winnipeg, president of the  Dominion Poard and Executive Council, were the piincipal speakers of the  evening, each telling of the good results which have followed the organization bf retail merchants In every  city and town where the association  is established. Speeches were also  made by local representatives of the  various towns In the Valley where the  organization is established-   The key-note of all the speeches  was the good that has resulted from  organization. The Oriental question,  and the effect of Inroads upon the retail merchants' field by Japanese and  Chinese, were particularly emphasized by the speakers, the clarion-cry  of all being that unless the white  merchants waken up to their position  and unitedly combat the growing evil  they will find themselves crowded out  by Orientals.  CO-OPERATIVE HARVESTING  Mrs. Thos. Gray was in Enderby on  Tuesday from Mara. Questioned regarding the harvesting of crops, Mrs.  Gray said the yield this year has been  the "best ever," and never In her 27  years residence at Mara has she seen  the harvesting finished so early or so  satisfactorily, and with such good re'  suits all-round.  Every farmer has his hay baled and  grain threshed, and root crops ready  to come In, and soon fall plowing will  be well underway. And the cost of  handling the heavy crops has been  not more than a third of the usual  cost. She says the secret^ bf It Is in  that the Mara-Grindrod farmers this  year adopted the co-operative harvesting idea; each helping the other.  By working together In this way they  not. only did the work well but finished up quickly and without delays.  What cash was paid out for farm labor and  machines was paid to local  Early In the season the Commoner  was condemned by certain Individ  uals for the psltion lt took in regard  to the tendency then shown by these  individuals tQ bolster up the local  baseball teams of the Valley by importing semi-professionals from the  Coast cities. We predicted at the  outset exactly what finally happened.  There was no other outcome possible  and we do not take any credit for  having prophesied.' what the net ^result would be. We see by the Cranbrook Courier that other districts are  faced by the same problem. We are  glad to see the Courier adopts a similar attitude as that taken by the  Commoner, and still*" maintained. The  Courier says:  "With the tirmination of the baseball season at hand and the plans being discussed for next season, there  is argument for and against professional baseball. The consensus of  opinion, however,- Is favorable, to  amateur ball. In view of what happened in Fernie on Labor, pay and  Cranbrook's experience with; professional-lacrosse'and ball players some  years ago. It may be letting .the* cat  out of the bag to inform Courier  readers that six Calgary professional  players were engaged' "to play with  the. Hillcrest* team at. Fernie Labor  Day for a purse of $750.00. The mair  ager of the Wh'te Spruce team, learn,  ing of this, boarded the train and met  the incoming Calgary players, of fey-  ing them an additional fee if they  would "turn down" Hillcrest and play  with the White Spruce aggregation.  Being out for the money first and last  and always, the players.went over to  the White Spruce team. This little  Instance Is related* merely to "show  bow crooked "professional baseball f's-  There Is no assurance whatever as to  the game being conducted on the level  On the contrary there is every likll-  hood of a "frame up" before the game  |s played. Professional baseball wl||  recleve no support frfm this paper in  this district. Pros. Hilled lacrosse  and baseball here twelve years agc������������������  and there hasn't been Interest here  since. This city or any other town In  the district can not afford to keep a  lot of lazy ball players lounging  around doing nothing. Let us stay  -with^the^amateur^game."  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  X MARA ITEMS X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  The tie drive is now on and it looks  like old times to see men at work on  the river.  Miss Ruby Campbell came in from  Sicamous and spent two days with her  mother last week.  We understand very fine. prospects  are showing at  Smith's  Camp,  Mara-  Lake, and that a deal is pending for  some of the claims.  Miss Byng, who has been staying  with her sister, Mrs. Feilden for the  past year, left on Monday for the  coast,' where she has accepted a posi-  tlon?  The frost last Saturday put an end .  to tender plants and vegetables, but it  has   brought   a   welcome   change  In  weather for the second crop of clover  and the outstanding grain.  They are making good progress on  the Mara-SIcamous road, and in a  week or two will have a through connection with the camp beyond Gib- ���������������������������-  braid's. There will then be- the' big  bluff to blast out at the Narrows.  STRUCK BY AUTO STAGE  Just Going To  He was just going to help a neighbor when he died.  He was just going to pay a note  when it went to protest.  He meant to insure his house but  It burned before he got around to It.  He was just - going t0 reduce ' his  debt when his creditors "shut down"  on him.  He was just going to stop drinking  and dissipating when his health became wrecked.  Ho was just going to introduce a  better system into his buisness when  it went to smash.  He was just going to provide  proper protection for his wife and  family when his fortune was swept  away.  He was just going to send out some  good advertising when he found his  competitor had got there first and se"  cured the orders.  Newfoundland is the only territory  discovered by Cabot which has been  allowed to retain its original name.  XXX xxxxxxxxxxxxx  X Keep your property out of the X  X Tax Sale by paying ONE year's X  X taxes. If sold it will take THREE X  X years* taxes to redeem it, with X  X expenses  in  addition. X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  While on their, pleasure trip to the  .Coast last  week)  and - when  possibly  twenty-five   miles - out   of  Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Duncan and Mr.  and Mrs. Percy Ruttan, narrowly escaped  a serious  accident.    An  auto  stage approached them from the' opposite direction and was travelling.at  considerable speed" As it drew near,  with 'ample    roadway   to- clear,, the  stage suddenly. shot off the road and  back again,'' and iri making the come-:  back it" shot1-Into the back wheel of  the 'auto -driven by Mr. Ruttan.  , The  wheel   was. smashed   up   coriipletely.  |>ut their car. remained, on the, road.,  and not.one of. the occupants <was iri:<  jured In any way.'The stage did not"  fare so welU   After hitting the Ruttan  ipachlne the auto stage turned -turtle, J  and three of tbe occupants received  Injuries wbicb are keeping thero in  the hospital. ,..    0       ������������������������������������������������������  TN Fun *w������������������ XteVee  Holding your fan half open In your  left band means "Shall we find a  quiet spot?"  Half open In tbe rtebt band "Vou  may bave the next dance."  Laying It on your Knee with tjie end  pointing to you "I love dancing with  you-" . i v  Opening and closing It three times  "let us go home soon"  Holding It by the middle In the. left  band "There is no need to l>e jealous."  Laying It wide open on your knee  "i:m-thinking.of you .all _the. time."  Holding It upside down "I'm having  a topping time; are you?"  Dropping lt "I'm bored to death."  Holding it under >our chin "I like  your dancing boat of all."  Low  Rate*    on     Powder  Freight  President Copcland. of the United  Farmers ot Br'tish Columbia, announces that arrangements have just been  ���������������������������ompleted whereby ^members of the  United Farmers in this province will  be given reduced freight rates on  stumping powder, the same as members of the Farmers Institutes bave  been enjoying for several years.  Negotiations have been on the way for  this relief for some time, and news  of the somewhat belated concession  will bo received with a good deal of  satisfaction. The statement is confirmed by a letter from H. A. Plow,  divisional freight agent, and is a result of the continued efforts of the  executive.*  Indiana has held the centre of population of the United States tor the  last thirty years.  It Is estimated there are 1,000 aircraft now in commercial use in the  United States and Canada.  When old Adam  ran the universe.  Before the famous fall,  He was a power In politics,  Till woman spoiled it all. ������������������fomagan %mxrtxomt  o In which is merged Tho Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  .Published  every Thursday at Enderby. B.C.,  by the  Walker Press  S3 per year: $1.50 six months.   : __  H. M.   WALKER   "  at  JJMember of the United  Typothetae of' America)  Advertising' Rates  Contract or Regular���������������������������40c a single-co?umn,inch up to  half page;  over half-page, 30c an inch each insertion  nnnrvai!,Sien^ ������������������-   iri'^ular��������������������������� 5 0c  an inch;   cash  to accompany copy to insure publication.   W'ater ^Notices���������������������������150 words and under, $10.00: each  additional ,50 words, $1.00. Land Notices? Timber Li-  5T'for'Sclavs"108 ������������������f Iin,r)rovb,nont' 910.00 for CO days,  Want Ads���������������������������20c per lino first insertion, 10c per line  each subsequent insertion. Count 0  words to line  Local Notices���������������������������20c per line;  Local  readers,  l6c line  -   Cards of Thanks, $1.00.  Thursday. Sept. 15, 1921  Getting It from All Sides  Judging by Uic   attitude   of   the   press oF the  Iroymcc,  and  also  by thc - forcefully expressed  reelingfoi  the delegates to thc late convention of  ������������������. L. Municipalities and thai of thc Good Roads  League, held at Alberni, tho Oliver Government  has lew friends and a host of enemies-   And the  position ol defiance assumed bv Premier Oliver  when any issue arises .that brings criticism���������������������������like  J   or lump it  so far as he is concerned���������������������������all point  ��������������������������� -,i !���������������������������  n''C  ������������������'  "^administration.     Nothing  so  laithluUy portrays confessed failure of theJindi-  Mdual or hodytot individuals, as  the answer to  cnhcism:    Don t care; .take your old  job; don't  want it; never did like it, anyway."  sli,V,V?���������������������������rJ8i "i? ^"PW"'^ Oliver has been  shouting o lhc various delegations which have  appeared beJorc him in recent weeks.    Anolhcr  Thursday, Sept. 15, 1921  ESTABLISHED 1872  o  m"  ae  Ulll  .Enforcement of Noxious Weed Act  1 sign o! portending defeat is when polili-  ciai s; a tempt to answer argument with a wave  ol   thc hand and a cynical, "Don't believe what  Enforcement of the Noxious Weed Act in thc|pi^ th^siL^ S^U^baJ.ir^c^i^dgwn  for l^ v Vi *S ,l,������������������sI,.K'cn morc lox lhan is good ������������������^H on the government andakin������������������ the rock's  lor the Valley, bu this year, more lhan at anv ������������������' " lonns-flonlcd lo clean u, whit lc ?dmi������������������i-  olhcr lime   there docs not appear to be anv dis- tralion owes for advances me  osilion whatever  to see  that  lhc provisions ol      Nobody envies Premier Oliver Ins position    Tl  i    v^ni'T '".'fcf ^"'G-    Along all thc roads, would require a group of siting mcnTpuH th  in ^.canl lots m thc towns and in clearings all (government Ihrough a period such as thai of the  past year or morc, and  thc Oliver Government  M  m  Jjtf^Etorii  \*\a\  OPFI.CB?  Whether selling, buying or shipping grain or live stock, the Bank  of Hamilton will tako caro of your  financial- transactions for you.  Careful attention to detail and  courteous treatment are features  of Bank of Hamilton service at all  times.  BANK OP HAMILTON  L.  G.  TYLER,   Local   Manager  ENDERBY, B.  social  a.ong the way. noxious weeds arc permitted lo  grow an abundant harvest'. Thc Provincial (lovernmenl and municipal governments themselves  are as bad as anyone, if not worse, for thc roadways and side streets are a mat of weeds in anv  direction one may drive or walk..  Of oi'e Ihing wc may be sure: there will not he  any cilort on the pari of individuals lo comply  with the requirements.of the Act if thc governing body -b;elf fails fo observe thc Act's rcquii--  . men Is   respecting   thc   roadwavs.   fence .corners  and vacant piaccs.  never was composed of such a group.  farm and  Home, the leading  per  oi   the   Province,   published  agricultural  at  It Aint No Pun  Being Premier of lhc  lumbia is a man's job.  thinks so���������������������������is sure of it-  Pro vince of Brilish Co-  "Honest John" Oliver  It's  ���������������������������"M-8V    ftTu c OJ ll'    lts a mail's   ob from  '?   ^i1!^0.'   IL.'S a ������������������ian's job from lhc angle ol  pa-  "it has been a law of "economics ever since the  dawn ct mans advent upon lhe earth that food  resources  should claim  first attention,  but  83s  W,i-iUS ibccV, ub*o;.uioly "ignoi-cd   in   British Columbia   by   the   Oliver  administration���������������������������thc  one  body under the sun from which thc farmers of  is   Province   havc   every   right   to   expect   all  needed   assistance.     Of  evidence  cf   this   highhanded policy lhere is no end. but .the chief est is  he shameful aliunde revealed  bv  the tabic ot  axaUon, showing   that  although 'the  farmer of  the Province is taxed $18.82 per vear for each  New overland 1  Now $1350  Regular ������������������4", now $1150  If interested come in and let us show you the points of supremacy of  these new cars. Carload just unloaded. They are THE lK car of  quality and duarability on the market, at a low price.  Jas. McMahon & Son        Enderby  leader, which "Honest John" nas"nol been*  mans, job from thc angle'of. administrative  ^LJ?.t   0";l!"c'"ta'.������������������'J hi* hmily. only th  I J. GOLD'S DAIRY  parlv  It's a  head, which "Honest John" has been onlv a small  Cf'"lhe - --" ���������������������������   ,l'? a l.11.a,-'l>.i0-b [rom ihc an������������������Ic  people's head, wliich"Honest John" has  I ailed to come up to.  It is  a il is  goat ol  ecrs all  experts  agents.  so much lhc fault of Premiei  misfortune.     He has  not  ���������������������������his  his  the gi     and    engineers,    the"   bord  and   parly   heelers���������������������������all   havc  cents per capita  ic promotion of farming inter  ifl'dcals  fn"-,f:y'. V)c "'"yehinc," which engin-  thc^deparlmcnl fillers, lhc  of   special  had   to  is expended for  esls.  "Road work was I he first thine to be struck  rom the Oliver plalform after the election had  ^l.    ?Von. ??y  ?->cnc?   o1'    reasonable    promises  Lhioughout the Province, and  todav settlers are  Oliver \?���������������������������+in8,slvQl"8 ?" f������������������o.tlogs with packs on their  Uinoi I hacks where roads and bridges for teams were  PURE MILK AND CREAM  FROM TUBERCULAR.  TESTED  cows  9 Quart Tickets $1,00  SECURE A SUPPLY OF TICKETS BEFORE THE PRICE  GOES  UP  i-l,    wiuui uigin- mled in h   Io v;i  nv. ..r  _.:���������������������������i_   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_.  cared lor.    And Premier Oliver has had to take  he brum ol it while his heelers lap up the mi'lfc  flowing   rem lhe public cow���������������������������the neopje's purse  it ami no .Jun being Premier unless one's  to handie a man's job.  are iso-  in little valleys of rich unquestioned soil,  rom. medical aid, where promised roads  enough  big  Slates  Okanagan's Big Harvest Year  While olher districts in Canada and th    .  may experience hardship ,lhis winter, owing verv  argcly to lhc rushing of the floating population  o   the  cities  and  industrial   centres? wc  in   th"  S"?!"1 s,.10"'<' so an-angc things and plan  lo  "ch o ho,.Wnlr,',i0nC of'(.^!"r������������������^ ������������������������������������<< service to  cvch oiler and Ihe wayfarer who happens lhis  way Jne harvest this year in thc Ok.  =pro lid c^In-gra 111=41 n (Hroo r.s-rmtl=Wl 11  lhe harvest never was belter; in fruits and veGc-  h'h.es. m everylhmy to keen health in body anfl  led  mjiles     Would bring them withi,', an hour of civTiizatioii  n mey had been built.  "Two million dollars was credited lo industrial  concerns, many of whom were friends of the  government, but no credits for farmers. Siv  hunclred thousand for a court house at Prince  rtupcrl, but nothing for roads. One million two  hundred thousand for Sumas reclamation and  Jls grail and scandals; but nothing for the thousands of acres already reclaimed.  "How long arc the government printing presses  lo be allowed to issue bonds for which'the people must bc taxed? '  "Not only is this present burden of taxation proven 1 net progress in lhc Province, but it is actually depriving families of hemes and shelter.    At  'h" tax s;dos held and to be held tJirouahouL the  ncc this Jail, thousands of pcoplc"\vill_losi  rV?toclnee7i;T:T,pCr^^  Ol    VCai'S   Ol    Inil     '.nrl     in   i....t.,.   ���������������������������...,������������������.,     1 ..   i:     _.  KING  A name that stands for"the best in hotel service  King Wmri floM    hM���������������������������?���������������������������    .PmHv.  anagan  1-c  Pro\  ���������������������������nn V   f lK,V0 :,U {������������������,������������������'n^'������������������"^.    Such a Ihing as a  op  failure never was  known   in   the Okanaga.  I some years   lhe  harvest   is  heavier   than"  ohers.   and   (Ins   is   one   of   the   heavev-harves!  * b tl I o.  Gravel Walks  llu-  h-iirllu-r  process   was   made   in   iik������������������  eonslrur  v"lVs wlfiTV'    "ff('W:,lks   l������������������   ^)U^   '^   P'   "k  v';. hi!V(' l)m* ,n ������������������^''������������������������������������������������������-������������������c" u number of  u.i s  .md  are  a  source  ol danger and  expense  I.   Knyahon-ground corner was constructed,  ��������������������������� ud proved mosl sa lis fa dory.    This summer this  ,;;;';" <-"������������������<!nncd  in  lhe opposife direclion as  .������������������" ������������������'-s   he -hospilal, and on Ihe soulh side of Cliff  '��������������������������� f"-orge to (he JUvves properlv  llu sfron.f :I-Ui,lly- Wil! [l!(> ������������������,,{������������������������������������k* dalles on all  ���������������������������I no PVC 77 [������������������ -1'aVC'- wi,h c"m���������������������������l curb  s  nu ' ��������������������������� *������������������'������������������<'..'op���������������������������a  vasl  improvement  and  oi years ol toil, and, in manv cases, long lives of  diligent labor. Why? Because lhe burden ol  taxation is becoming so great lhat il is getting  beyond lhe capacity of our people to pav."  "Ihe crux of the whole Ihing is lhe fact lhat  nigh taxation is resulting jn no good to the Province whatever. Thc millions upon millions are  [squandered m Ihe sink-holes which have characterized Ihe Oliver administration since ils assumption of the reins of power. Nol only have  lhe people been taxed lo thc breaking point, bul  the credit ol this Province has been'pledged to  such an extent thai the puhlic debl lias risen  Irom ll> millions lo M millions in less lhan five  years.  "Whv should  Minister of I.;mds  Patlullo andi  Mr. Fred Wade tour Sweden, at the people's ex-  izens at home are being sold oul  'ax sales'? Whv should Ferris and  pense while ci  a I government  That your Home Town printer is prepared, to do your  Counter Check books  koose JLeaf billheads  Letter JJeacJs and Envelopes  Circular Letters  Newspaper Advertising  Whatever you need in printing  hmg  permanent.  Hie Lracehndge Gazelle asks vou to think this  over: A fanner brought lo (own 2*1 sacks of po-  Mtoes. and ;,[ier considerable  trouble sold  Ihem  C'S'f NV,U,t ,lc 'VK| ������������������o pay-for a bag of sugar,  i ih,sc IA bags, counting seed and winter wastage  represented at least 20 bags lhal were ploughed  lor harrowed for, fertilized for, planted bugged  sorted, bagged, hauled to. town and peddled" Is  ian\ wonder our rural producers sometimes  Hunk lhcy gel jl where lhe chicken gol the axe?  Oliver spend %\ pci  administration" ant  riculture?    Is this  capila^ for "governmcnl and  I only,37c per capita for ay-  right?"  Here is the newest definition of up-lo-datc-ncss:  liny lootsteps sounded on lhc stairs and a small  boy knocked al the nursery door and said: "Opie  door. Sisser; let me in." "You tan't turn in now,  Jommic! los I dot my nightie-downs on an'  lNursc says 'at when 'ittle dirls dot der nightie-  downs on 'ittle boys mustn't sec 'em." Silence  Jor a few moments. Then a small voice piped:  \o\\ tan  turn  in now, Tommic���������������������������I.took it off"  a tic  with you without  THE WALKER PRESS, ENDEREY  JIic only hopeless failure is the man who flies  Hie while Hag at his headpiece.  Showing thc development of the rural mail de-  lvc,T-1^nhCrUnilc<l Slates' il is slale<i t,lat there  arc 10,000 fewer postolhces there today than  lhere were 20 years ago.  The London Zoological society occupies ground in Regent's Park  measuring thii ty-four acres, for which  it pays a little more than $1,500 per  year. The estimated value commercially is  over  $500,000 per year.  More than 40,000 disabled ex-service  men are now employed in various offices  of the British Government.  The  Grand  Bazaar  in   Stamboul  soon to be lighted  by electricity.  is *0  Thursday, Sept. 15, 1921  OKANAGAN  COMMONER  Fruit Canning  Supplies  NEW   USE   FOR  SEAPLANE  Sealers, Sealer  Caps & Rubbers  All sizes and various mnkes  Any quantity of  Sugar at the  c righ,t price  JA. new use for the seaplane has  been found on the Pacific Coast by  the officials of the department of  marine and fisheries working in cooperation with the air-board authorities at the Vancouver seaplane station.0 It is in carrying fish eggs from  the hatcheries to otherwise inaccessible parts of the coast lino where  the eggs can be placed under the water in special boxes invented by one  of the hatchery officers ancl allowed  to complete hatching there. Patrols  are also being undertaken in connection with the fisheries department by  officials to circumvent, fur poachers  who stray into forbidden, waters.  BIG  MONEY  IN  COUGARS  DUNCAN BROS.  Phone 75    Enderby  Excellent results are being obtained by the Provincial Game Conservation Board in its war "against the cougar inaugurate!- some time ago. Nelson Island, known as one of the worst  cougar haunts on the coast, has been  absolutely cleaned of these animals  through the activities of Sam Becker,  said to be the finest cougar hunters  in the province. Each cougar is now  netting the hunter about $65. Some  of the daring "nimrods" bag four and  five a day.  good-sized drinks shy of a reputed  quart, but whereas the pint cost $3,  the price of Scotch in a reputed quart  bottle ranged from $4.50 to $5 per  bottle.'  In other words a pint at $3 was but  little less than a reputed quart at the  higher price while the saving in out- i  lay was material. Naturally _ there  was a run on pints and the board  soon ascertalned~that the demand for  reputed quarts was slackening. Now  the pints .have boon discontinued.  Example   of   Thoroughness  LOOKING THE PROVINE OVER  The New Price  $842.60  complete with self-starter end-   _  ��������������������������� all taxes paid  you cannot make a mistake Id buy"  tig a  J92J. ford���������������������������the Universal car.  Equipped  with   self-starter,  demouoV  able  rims, one-man top.    No car oa  the market at anything like tne price  will give you the satisfaction tbiss car  will.   I_et us demonstrate it to you.  GPQ. A. RANPS  ford Oealer, pnderby  Enderby IMga No. 40  Regular meetings first  Wednesday on or Kftar tttf  full moon at 8 p. m.ln If a-  sonic    Hull. VIsltNl  brethren cordially invited}  W. J. LPMKE  W.M.  ^crflfRSEVPS  Secretary  ENPERPY   WBGV  No. 35, K- of P.  Meets 1st & 3rd Monday eve  in Masonic Hall.   Visitorscor-  (lially invited to attend.  G. A. BANDS.. C. C  H. M. WALKER. K.K.S  R. J. COX/TART, MF.  AC. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public  INSURANCE.  Bvu< Em       enperpy, p. a  EUREKA fcOPGE NO 50  I. O..O. F.  A delegation lep resenting the Canadian Land Owners' Association, of  England, are - touring British Colum-,  bia making a thorough survey of conditions both of the cities .and of the  vast area of unsettled land in Central British Columbia, and studying  the colonizing organization which has  becn built up in this province to cooperate with their efforts in the old  country towards inducing the best  type ^of agricultural settlers to take  up land here. -  Ai.  An example of the thoroughness of  the transportation system of the Canadian Pacific Railway is witnessed,  says the Montreal Gazette, in a recent  journey made by a gentleman from  Hong Kong to Liverpool. Leaving on  the Canadian Pacific steamer Empress of Asia from Hong Kong he  crossed the Pac'fic in eighteen days,  arriving at, Vancouver where he found  the Trans-Canada train waiting the  arrival of the ship. He boarded the  train without delay andj reached  Montreal ninety-two _ hour's later,  where he was trahferred to the boat  special for Quebec, which landed him  on one of the Atlantic fleet steamers.  A week later he was In England.  Canada's Apple  Production  Beating the Booze Bug  Shrewd buyers of government wet  goods'..who of late have been -.more  or less putting "one over Jon the official  thirst-emporium, .have been running  a good thing. Into the ground, according to the. opinion of the liquor hoard  and hence it is that no longer is it  possible to purchase Scotch whisky  hy the lro|Terlal pint.   ...   V  Until recently draft Scotch of good  quality could he secured at' the rate  of |3 per imperial pink Some purchasers of a curious trend of mind  having purchased a plnt,poured it Into one of .the ordinary bottles holding a reputed quart, and ascertained  that the pint was just ahout three  C.f.% Present  Taiwan Thrift  tn Ppy Spowt*  Thrift is a word which is said to  have come into the English language  over a thousand years ago from the  Scandinavian. Jt is the noun of  which "thrive" is the verb, and suggests .that-success-and saving-go-to-���������������������������  The commercial production of apples in Canada mounted to 3,404,340  barrels, valued at $2!),S49,149, in 1920  as compared with 3,334,660 barrels of  the value of $24,396,210, in 1919, according to a report issued by the  Dominion Bureau = of Statistics. The  totals of 1920 includes sales for export amouting to 1,127,400 barrels of  the wholesale value of par at exchange ' of $12,470,444. The province  of Nova Scotia exported almost two-  thirds of its total crop of 1920 at an  average wholesale price ��������������������������� of'- $10.60 a  barrel.  No More Near Beer.  , Aunt Miranda went.into a";furniture  store to buy. a bedstead. The clerk  tried, of course, to be agreeable to the  buyer.       r' *���������������������������      '  "We have a fine line of twin's beds  ���������������������������would you like to inspect them?  "No," said Aunty; "No, foh de Lawh  honey, .I'se done had two twins twice  an I'se had all dat kind .o'foolishness  I want.  Servants of the British" Royal family  are always chosen from among the  daughters or sons ��������������������������� of those . who are,  or bave been, in the Royal service.  The birthdays. of Mr.  George H  - Ham, of the C. P. R., have for many  years past been observed by some  function or other. If it was not a  home-iike dinner with a score or so  of close friends, or a public banquet  or a presentation, or an operation  in a hospital, or a trip on a railway  train, it was something else. This  year a radical departure is being  made from the ordinary August 23rd  proceedings with the , Musson Book  Company of Toronto as sponsors for  the" innovation: On that day, this  publishing company is issuing "Reminiscences of a Raconteur," the  author of which is Mr. Ham. tn  the articles which origftially appeared in Maclean's Magazine, the author  recalls incidents of his busy and by  no means monotonous life from -the  infantile" age of three down to the  present day. The allotted threescore and ten of man is most interestingly covered. Prom his 'early  boyhood days, he recounts "events  which include the Fenian Raids and  the second RiePRebellion,~ of chasing and -being chased  by  wild  In-  ' dians, of the bustling earlyJ_-days-.of  Winnipeg, and the West, of ,tbe  Governors-General, he has met, of  the intrepid officers "of the Hudson's  Pay Company, of the Mormon* with  - whom be mingied accompanied*:.})?  the Canadian .Women's Press CJuP  of which he is the only malt mem:  her, and he writes .entertainingly of  banquets and banqueteers. ft* qelves  into .the mysteries of' Ouija eiv'  Flanchett*.' and gives instance* o:  m  i  George H. Ham  telepathic communication and other  psychological subjects. He has soma  previously unpublished stories of his  old friend, Mark Twain, and an excellent article on Brother Andre, the...  Miracle Man of Montreal, and his'  great work. Under the caption of  "Scarlet and Gold" he tells of tbe  Sallant men of the Northwest  bunted Police in its early days. In  "When.. Toronto was* Young," he  gives a graphic description of tha  Queen City in the past, and his stor*  ies of politics and politicians giva '  the reader an -hitherto unknown in* *-  sight into the life of many of the.  frand old men of Canada, .when. Sit'  ohn Macdonald, Sir Wilfrid Laurier*  Sir  Richard Cartwright   and   their-  confreres   held   sway.    The  "C.   PV  R.,"  of which. Mr.  Ham  has been  part and' parcel for nearly a third  of a century, is presented in a way-"  that it only could be by one intimate  with, its  workings  and  the brainy  men who inaugurated and ably- man*  **  aged it from its infancy until it b*>~  came perhaps   the"-greatest   ftrahs- '*  SVrtation   company. An   the   world,  unning., through the,whole book, in ~  which are1 several articles, wbicb did <'  not appear in.^Maclean's,'. is, a veiii*  of quaint humour and tender petboa  which charms and delights the read* J  ef:* ; So on his 7*th birthday* the  "bojr" author bestowa. rather than  receives, a fitting gift from his-faoil*  oen to his vast army of friends and '-'���������������������������  acquaintances who are to \% found  in the four quarter* of the globe,  Enough liquor prescriptions were  issued in San Francisco ip twelve  months to give every man, woman  and child in the city half a pint of  whiskey.  The highest road in Vt\e world is the  famous. Oroya road, in Peru,1 which  pierces the mountains by. the Crucero  tunnel at a height of ,J.5,65$ feet  Meets every Tuesday evening at: 8  o'clock. Visiting; KrotUers coi'difclly  invited.  G. S. DUNCA.N. N.G.       E. A. SPARROW.V.G.  H. A. TBECE. 8ec.  Notary Public  Insurance amd General Agent  JAS. DICKSON  Pell Block Enderby  B.HO. HARRY, M. D.  UM.C.C.  Registered    Physician   *and   Surgeon  throughout the British^ Empire  Office In Bell Block, Enderby  gether. The very word THRIFT is  a good word to look at. Jt is an  upstanding word and at once makes  one think of sturdy simplicity, the  kind of quality which one associates  with a Boy Scout. How different  in appearance is its opposite EXTRAVAGANCE, a word which at  once suggests as ostentatious irregular character, boastful as well  as wasteful.  Services to Community.  Now thrift means saving money  and miserliness means saving money,  but they are not the same kind of  saving. The thrifty person saves  money for a purpose, the miser saves  money for itself. The thrifty person saves so as to have a bank account against bad times. His thrift  has for its object independence and  security, and is therefore in accordance with the Scout law. But miserliness is purely selfish, whereas a  Scout is told, to be thrifty so that  among other things heamay have  money with which to help "others  when they need it. The Scout must  be careful not to carry his thrift  too far. You usually find that the  , thrifty person has a bank account,  whereas the miser keeps his money  in. a stocking where it can do no  good because it is not kept in circulation. The thrifty person puts  his money where it draws interest,  thus adding to what he already has  got, and also performing a service to  the community. i  By letting the community have  the use of his money while he is not  spending it, the thrifty person does  a service to the community for which  the community is willing to pay interest. The community, however,  has just as little use for the miser  as for the spendthrift.  ���������������������������E.   W.   BEATTY,  ������������������������������������������������������ '       in  "Scouting,"  Reeina.  mmmmmv  ^smimmm&mi  0;/<5  i*y  W 8k* greater conditionffraivP������������������gsfog Jtewitr  n  THERE are many old homes even to-day in excellent  pfeservationrand~if "the oldwa lls"could~on ly'spea k  they could disclose the conversations of three  generations. To paint for the sake of decoration alone  is a short-sighted policy and entirely misses the bigger,  broader purpose���������������������������that of protection.  For durability as well as for pleasing effect always insist  on the paint with a reputation for permanence.  MfDICIN* MAT  Canadians for three generations hav- proved that B-H  'English  Paint goes farther, give, a Krentcr. brilliance and protects lor ���������������������������  longer period of year, than other paints.  It is true economy then to use B-H "English" Paint���������������������������as gallon for  gallon it is the most economical paint on the market to-day.  FOR SALE BV  McMAflON & MACK  BFWHPftAHUPHPFftgPM  WtllllD  VAMCOUVf*  m  tTTTTf i  \f;MW<m^^<Am ������������������iHii!iir<rtgiigai)g^^ OKANAGAN  COMMONER  Thursday,  September  15,  1921  XXxxxxxxx********  V CHURCH   SERVICES X  xx x������������������i;x������������������xj?xsxxx x x  ST.  GEORGE'S  CHURCH  Rev  HarvpsL  St.   George's  C.  A.   Blay, Rector  Thanksgiving    Service    in  (Anglican)    Church,   on  Sunday next at S, 11, and 7.30 o'clock.  METHODIST   CHURCH  Pastor, Capt. Rev. J. G. Gibson.  Sunday School at 11 u.m., Bible  Class in conjunction with Sunday  School  loader,  Mr. Piper.  Evening Service at 7.30. Mr. Piper  will proace.  A hearty welcome to all.  ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH  Minister: Rev. John W. Stott. B. A.  Missionary Sunday���������������������������Services at 11  and 7.30. At the evening service Mrs.  McKee. of Salmon Arm, will speak.  Sunday school at 10; Hullcar at 3.  You will be welcome..  y a 5; j? r,(������������������i:xnKXXKX  j: coming  events x  X All ads under this head, 15c line X  ������������������ X X SC SC SC X SC SC SC SCjSC SC X SC X  DANCE���������������������������Grindrod   Hall, "Sept.   lGth.  Everybody welcome.  The annual meeting ot the Hullcar  Literatry Society is t0 be held in the  hall there on Friday, the 16th Sept.,  at S p.m. to elect officers for the ensuing year "and conduct the general  business of the society, after which  a paper will be - read by Rev. Mr.  Stott on the subject, "Harmony."  Don't forget, the. subscription of 50c  is all that is required t0 become a  member, which brings those jolly  evenings  during the winter.  ENDERBY    OPERA     HOUSE  SATURDAY,  SEPT.   17th  ELAINE    HAMMERSTEIN  '' in   "The   Point  of "View."  Mutt & J-eff. Fox News and  1-reel  comedy. Prices 15c & 35c. Show at 8.  Want Ads  ?     . :  3c a word first insertion. 2c a ���������������������������word ���������������������������aeh in station thereafter: ��������������������������� 25c minimum charge; 10c ext������������������a  where cash doe������������������ not accompany orf.r.  WILL TRADE���������������������������Lots 12 & 13, block  1, map 920, Enderby, for Penticton  . property.' What have you to offer?  Or will sell for cash or on terms;,  Make offer. L. A. Rathvon, Penticton,  B.C. " s8-2c  FOR   LIMITED    SERVICE���������������������������A   young  Jersey bull: I. J. Gold, Enderby. a28tf  FOR SALE���������������������������Young pigs, Belgian  hare and some good milch cows.  Harris & Son. Phone F5013, En-  derby-Grindrod    roacr. sl-3p>  FOR SALE���������������������������6-octova Piano case,  Bell Organ Looks like new. Box  K,  Commoner office,   Enderby  FOR SALE���������������������������2 Pedigree Suffolk Rams  R.   Foster,  Enderby. alStf.  FOR SALE���������������������������Six-roomed cottage unfurnished or furnlehed with everything for immediate occupation. 2  large lots.    Apply Ed. Gray.    a21-6p  -STRAYED���������������������������To-my-.nlace:. bay_horse,  no brand; 2 white stockings he-  hind; one wall eye. Can be had on  payment of damages and costs  of advertisement.. 'Major Taylor  Hupel. sl-tf  Caution and  Prudence are ������������������  Now Essential  I have been mingling with country  folk, with workers, small farmers,  tradesmen and the like, ancl I cannot  .help felling uneasy. The two things  which struck me most were the lamentable ignorance of the rank. and  file of the people concerning the very  A B Cs of economics, and the intense  antagonism felt towards High Finance, Wall Street, Big Business and in  general those who wield enormous  power in tho running of affairs in this  country. ,  The people who are now suffering  hardships are totally unable to reason  why things, should have been allowed  to become as unsatisfactory as they  are. Most of thon*^ arc convinced that  bad times have been" brought about by  scheming capitalists, either by their  overreaching avariciousness during  the boom, or by a vicious desire to  "clown labor" and the common people  as a whole. The revelations made by  governmental pgencies and by other  investigators regarding profiteering,  graft and othcr condemnablo practices  in high places have inflamed a hatred  already hot because of the extortionate  prices which wero exacted during the  war. Where employment has become  serious, the bitterness is particularly  intense. The terrible fall in- security  prices has also imbittered those who  had been able to save and invest, a  little money. Here and there, too,  one runs across disappointment over  tho failure of the Republican administration to give the country good  times.  The thought burned into my mind is  the tremendous need for taking steps  to disseminate all over the, country  somo elementary idea cf the workings  of -economics. Apparently not the  slightest effort is made in the ordinary schools to give the coming generation any knowledge of the kind of  world they are going to have to make  their living in. Nothing evidently  is taught them about how work is prb-  vlded'!>through the operation of business enterprises,' about the' necessity  for earning profits in order that a business may live; about the functions ot  capital, about interest, about marketing, or, in short,'anything whatever as  to the industrial and financial scheme  of things.  In the higher schools and in colleges  when such matters ore touched upon  it would appear as if the teachers and  professor too often have Socialistic  leanings and feel unfriendly towards  those whoso enterprise and courage  and capital have developed the nation's resources. This mental attitude  of teachers ancl professors is perhaps  not astonishing in view of the meagre sliare of the world's goods given  them  in return for their services.  No short-cut can be found for curing this dangerous situation. The  solution will call for the most compre-  .honsivo���������������������������and.._sus.ta.incd   co_.ppera.Uon  given as the reason why, just now,  when he has cut his .buying to the  bone, business is lagging.  It is pointed out that prices of the  things the farmer has to sell are  down to practically pre-war prices,  while a great deal of what he has to  purchase still remain away up in the  air. He is consequently unable to  buy as he would under ordinary circumstances. The farmer had to face  a mighty sudden and decidedly long  drop in the prices of all the things  he had to sell, and has certainly good  reason for -disgust at the extremely  tardy deflation of the hundred and  one things he is thc market to  He feels that an evening up  past due.  ���������������������������     o  Gave Lead To World  is  buy.  .long  Boys'  Clothing  Come in ancj see  our new styles  for the Fall  School Pays  Quality Goods in our Grocery  Department  DUNCAN BROS.  Phone 75    Enderby  Mr. Spiffkins observed that the  quiet boy at the foot of the class had  not yet had an opportunity to display  his knowledge of the Bible. So the  teacher  gave him  this  one:  "In what condition was the patriarch Job at the end of his life?"  "Dead,"  said  the  quiets boy.  between Federal and State governments, employers, educational institutions and intelligent citizens in all  walks of life. It will call, too, for the  enlightened co-operation of thc newspapers, magazines and other publications which deal in any way with business and financial mutters. The moving picture industry should also be enlisted in this vital cause.  This work should appeal with special forcc to those Avho have succeeded  in amassing wealth under the liberal  laws .heretofore governing tho operations of business. If the present tendency be not checked, through education, laws may be brought about calculated not only to interfere with opportunities for en ruing wealth, but to  bring about economic conditions ruinous to those unable to forsce the consequences of the laws demanded by  them.���������������������������Forbes   Magazine  British press comment on Canadian  affairs sometimes has the defects of  its qualities. While it has the advantage in perpectivo, it often loses "in  a lack of appreciation of atmosphere.  Thus in its criticism of statesmanship  on this side of the Atlantic, it may be  misled by its erroneous reports, but  this may be offset hy its own analysis  of a leader's qualities on imperial affairs, especially when it has a close-  up view of that leader in its midst.  The Manchester Guardian's Ottawa  correspondent has suggested in a dispatch to England that Premier Mei-  ghen's absence in Britain has caused  him to lose ground with the situation  in Canada. "This is rather absurd.  During the Premier's visit to London,  there was nothing of a political nature happening in the Dominion to  cause the loss of any home ground to  Meighen. Rather, every man, whatever his shade of politics, took rather  an interest, and in many cases a peculiar pride in the fact that Canada  was being so well served at the Imperial conference.  But the Guardian leaves this questionable subject and goes on to say:  "Premier Meighen has helped "nobly  to give a lead to Europe and the  world ih such, matters as the. crying  need for international agreements to  stop squandering money in the building of navies, and in the so-called  Pacific question, .which should not be  a question.at all if men would get together and talk about it."  The Guardian says that Premier  Meighen has made to the important  but insular counsels of Britain at the  crucial moment a detached, dispassionate contribution that the history  of the world will note as helpful to  peace. ancl understanding. He has  gone back to face, continues the paper, a domestic situation which takes  no account of the way he has spoken  for his country in the momentous  world .question dealt with by the Imperial conference.  "This is a familiar experience to all  statesmen," the article concludes,  but it is. a fat-; which statesmen a  hundred years hence, even across the  Atlantic will not suffer for. There is  nothing surer than that the world  politics of today will be parish-  _piLTnp___polttics^.then,_so^itliaWEr_ftmicr.  Meighen may take even the adverse  by-election at Medicine Hat composedly."  This is the philosophical way to put  it. But we know that there is no  philosophy in politics. Yet the Premier's overseas service will weigh  heavily when tho different parties  lange against each othcr in t.hoscoming struggle. A Laurier might well  make him doubt, where a Mackenzie-  King will not bring a sleepless moment. And if thc new political phase,  tho Fanners' party, may bo ominous  in its strength, it docs not appear  that Crcrar has that magnetism or  political acumen which makes for  victory.-Kamloops   Standard-Sentinel.  Now is a Good Time lo  Gel Ready lor winler  Wood and Coal Heaters  Beaver Board at Reduced Prices  Tar and-Building Papers  Linoleum in 2 & 4-yd widths  Linoleum Rugs  Let us overhaul your furnace  and have your old stove relined  McMAHON & MACK  HEAVY   AND   SHELF    HARDWARE    PLUMBING   AND    FITTING  PreservingTime  Is always a time to economize in time and labor.     When  you start preserving fruit, see  that  you have everything  you need close at hand.     Save steps and avoid confusion.   ,  We have Sealers in all sizes and all styles of sealer tops.  Big Shipment of Sugar just received  Etl     t^tt   t      Men's Clothing, Boots & Shoes  ���������������������������   De   s\J\\ I el r   Groceries, Etc.      Enderby  e -      r.  Robin Hood Flour  Bny a few sacks of tbe old flour  NOW. ^TJie new flour will be  coming in very soon Avoid  tbe bread troubles. Pbone your  order or give us your requirements.  TEECE & Son     PM** #   flour, FeM & Groceriei  Counter Cfreclc Books ������������������&,&  by your home printer at a savjpg to you, Mr. Merchant.  IT IS NOT EASY���������������������������  Why  Business Is Quiet  Because the farmer in normal times  purchases' 50 per coil, of all the products of thc country suif! furnishes ���������������������������!()  per cent of the goods which makes  the   transportation   of  the  country,   is  I have Coal  for Sale  LEAVE YOUR ORDER AT  McMAHON & MACK'S  ANDREW BROWN  To apologise,  To begin over.  To be unselfish,  To take advice,  To admit error, V  To face a sneer,  To be considerate, ���������������������������    _     J  To avoid mistake.*,  To endure success,  T0 keep out of the, rut,  To think and then act,  To forgive and forget,  To make the best of little,  To subdue an unruly temper,  To maintain a high standard.  To shoulder a deserved blame.  To recognize the silver lining-  But it always pays.  WATER   NOTICE  Diversion and Use  TAKE NOTICE that John.Alexander Rogers, whose address is Mara.  B. C, win apply for a licence to take  and use two cubic feet per second of  water out of Roger's Creek, which  flows^westerly^through-S.-EJ/^of-Sec-  27, and drains into Mara Lake about  60 rods from the S. W. corner post  Sec. 27, T. 20, R. S, W. of G M.  Tre water will be diverted from  the.stream at s point about half-mile  east from where the stream enters  Mara Lake, and will be used for domestic and Irrigation purposes upon  the land described as S. E. ������������������/, Sec. 27  township 20, range 8, west of 6th meridian;  homestead.  This notice was posted on the  ground on the 30th day of August,  1921. A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to  thc "Water Act. 1014." will bo filed  in the ofTlcc of the Water Recorder  at Vernon, B.C.  Objections to tho application may  be filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Controller of  Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B. C., within thirty days  after ithe first appearance cjf this  notice in a local newspaper.  JOHN   ALEXANDER   ROGERS,  Applicant.  The date of the first publication  of this notice is Sept.  1st, 1921. ������������������������������������������������������*':  Choice Qui*}  See the  Choico  Cuts  spread  out  before you   in .our  shop, and.,  make your selection.  GEO. B. SHARPE  Wholesale  and   Retail   JJutcher  Enderby.  H. C.  \Z. WATERSON  ENDERBY, B. C.  Estimates given on any job of brick &  stone work; building of fire places and  chimneys, etc.  John Wickenberg  SHOEMAKING  and   REPAIRING  Harness   Repairs  ������������������ire ��������������������������� Insurance  THE    MUTUAL    FIRE    INSURANCE  CO.,   Headquarters,   Vancouver  Rates: 40c per $100 per annum, plus  $1.00 Policy .Fee  WAWANESA    MUTUAL    FIRE  Head   Office,   Wawanesa,   Man.,   who  carry  over  One   Hundred   Million  ���������������������������in   Farm   Risks   only  The largest Mutual Insurance Co.  in Canada.. Rates, $1.10 per $100 for  three years, plus  $2.50  Policy Fee. '  FARMERS ��������������������������� If you believe in  Farmers' Co-operation insure in your  own   company   and   get   the   benefits.  Enderby   Hotel   Building  Agent���������������������������;  Enderby all-3m  JOHN  JOHNSON,  Auctioneer,  Salmon Arm

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