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Armstrong Okanagan Commoner (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Armstrong, British Columbia In which is merged the Enderby press and walkers weekly. Vol. 13, no. 31, w Hole no. 677thursday, sept. 23, 1920 subscription $3 a year gored by mad Bull or. H nut icy Gacil Mai n citizen Dii h of wounds received in an attack by beast dr., Keith was summoned to Mara tuesday night t o attend or. Hunt. R r i x x x x a x x 55 55 i xxx x r exd Erill news r mrs. J. Agustin returned Home last week after visiting friends in revel Stoke a Ernest Broom arrived wednesday key the aged father of mrs. Camp from Kisby sask., to join his Mother and Sisters Here. Theo. Adams Davy Mowat returned from the coast tuesday will find the Money Enderby United Farmers decide to put up share of Cost of Campaign if candidate is named where they spent a Brief vacation. Last week Andrew Brown sold his hell who recently came Ito Mara from near Larkin and purchased the Ritchie farm. Or. Huntley was 70 years of age. The injuries from which he suffered were the result of a nost distressing encounter with a Jersey Bull. That afternoon or. Huntley went into the barn Yard a he re the Bull was. The a Subimal made a rail. Tor tie Goto and or. Huntley attempted to Stop it. The Enderby United Farmers do not intend to Funk when it comes to putting a candidate in the Field to contest the Yale Riding. At a meeting of the local last thursday eve Ning it a shown Inch at the costs of carrying a Campaign would be in the Hood of $4000 or Loori Lake farm of -150 acres to a or. $5,000v it if it is to he fought to Tebolt of Cardiff alta.,-through the s. S. A mrs. R. C. Carson received the Bull go l Ithie Best of the argument. He knocked the aged gentleman a Down and cruelly gored him utterly battering his frail Frame to before assistance could get to him. Of one of the boys attempted to drive the mad beast off with a club but the beating Only maddened it tie More. A Pitchfork was the Only instrument the Bull feared but it was tool ate when he finally ran away. Death ensued a few hours later. It. Hun Fey being battered cities and torn beyond All Hope of rep Corory. The stricken family wave the sympathy a Jouthe Community. In their great a bereavement. Her sister. Mrs. Russel at her Home wheatly River p. It. Iii to clerk Rosman has concluded his vacation and the office at the City Hall is now open to the win i High would mean that each member should put up $3 to $5 to go into the fund for legitimate expenses. A the question created considerable discuss lion but the feeling of All was that Enderby local being the first to suggest that a candidate be put m the Field could not afford to Robinsons Salvidge a j very pretty a wedding Between Mir. Thomas Ribinson and miss Winifred Salvidge. Took place at the St. George Church on Friday sept. L-7th. _ the Quot a Church was filled with invited guests who were entertained afterwards at a reception held by mrs. J. E. Moore at the Home of , Mother of the bridegroom. R v the Bride looking racist charming i n White Satin and veil received her guests in Quot front of the House where amidst friends and to. The accompaniment of much gaiety numerous photographs were taken. Miss Isabel a Moore a acting As Bride s maid wore brightest Pink. A those present were or. Arid mrs. Moore and children mrs. Robinson a miss Robinson or. Walter Robinson mrs. Harrap mrs. Percy Chapman i Rev. And mrs. Gretton missed gel 1, or. Cowan or. And mrs. Morris mrs. Harvey or. And mrs. Hadow mrs. Burton mrs. Glen mrs Fortune miss forester or. And mrs. Hopkins arid children mrs. Bigge and miss Robson. After a very pleasant time the bridal pair left for Southern Van Ley Points in. Their automobile. The Bride wore a Putty co costume with hat to match and a Brown Tweed coat. A everybody will wish them Prosperity on their ranch Between Enderby and Armstrong to which they will return after the Loniey Ramon. Quot a for government control it is doubtful if the general Public of British Columbia was Ever so unanimous on any question As it now is on the question of prohibition and government unless some great change comes Over the people Between now and the 20th of october there is certain to be a majority for government control. This is the opinion of of unbiased mind who travel the province from end to end. People Are disgusted it with the operation of the prohibition act they hate the pernicious Bootlegger yet indulge in the Folly of the game the Bootlegger follows. They dislike having to pay two or three prices for the stuff the Bootlegger Sells and Are sick of sweating under the fool Law. Self imposed. They want Ito make it possible to procure Good liquor at the time they need it and to buy it where they can depend upon its Quality and where it can be bought at a Price and in Quantity reasonably controlled. R r x x r r r x x x x x x 55 x x to enlarge building r Mara news x r xxx xxx x r r r 55 r r r r Hospital Board notify City Council that they Are prepared to pro miss Stewart Aind miss Allan were visitors to Vernon on saturday. Quite a number from Mara Are intending to take in the Armstrong fair. A those that attended the dance at Grindrod on Friday report a Large Ami Jolly crowd. A Hiar by Kellett had the misfortune to lose three head of cattle on the track saturday night they being killed by the train. \ Many of the ranchers Are anxiously looking for a. A change of weather to save their crops. There is still with work Laid out at the last meeting of Trio City Council the Hospital Board notified that body that the we. Prepared to build the addition Early in the year and for which the necessary a Money was Rais by. Put Pular subscription in air a i 1 and Miry. The plans of the prop Good addition a vere not submitted with the App ii a cation to 5 do the Woc Quot but it was suggested that the matter would. Be taken up with the Board of. Works Aid. Coltart Apo be the feeling of the other members of the coun Public for the transaction of Usi to a at the a pens a an d i t de Ness during the regular hours a ded that the l Cal should pledge i itself to contrib tue its share of a he or. And mrs., Jno. Mcmahon left ,a, Cair,1 sign expenses and last thursday by Auto to join or. To Sar,1>ar,t the candidate to Ibe and mrs. Gordon Duncan at Midway n,,6a the Penticton convention from which Point All were going on on. The 27th Tosh the following a trip to Spokane and neighbouring were named As delegates to the i nominating convention c . Black miss Ruth Baxter motored Quot to Burn w m. Anderson r. J. Coltart Salmon Arm last sunday and after h. Smedley k. Glen Herb Teece a Brief stay with a Friend there will r. Morris Rye. T. Forester a has Igo to varijaouver., where she will Garden or co warn mrs d. Jones visit her brother and attend bus i Foj. E. Harris Chas. Parkinson Ness College. R Ai Nomina Tigris were left open to us mme Larid is to have a Box fac i provide for the Rii Amiin a of alternates tory according to a the review the should any of those named Quot be Uri Plant to be put in by the summer Able to vgo at the last minute Ino land lumber co,., is proxies being allowed. A now operating a saw. In ill and Box it was decided to make an assess factory at Minneola. R ment of 25c per Imo Nith a or the Pur. The messes. Rands Reeves and pose of getting funds to finance the Speers returned from a big game i local. It Hunting trip to Caribou this week j a it. Was decided to. H old a social on they failed a to reach their objective then get of the next meeting of the i Oil when he expressed pleasure at Cut and in Shook and quite a lot knowing tho work was of go ahead still to be Cut. It is feared there will be considerable damage already . Cofia Elesworth to by con but thought a it should be distinctly understood that there should a be my further Appeal to the Council for up his Enterprise on assistance in connection i i the proposed work to be undertaken the Board. Ranch hew is latest Purchase is an aver i trac of and also expecting a plow the go i to it and later on will add v other machines so that the tramp actor can Ibe kept at wic re this .w-i-1 a be a decided and Vla Rioe Here and one that was urgently needed. Xxx x x x xxx xxx xxx x Grindrod x x x xxx xxxix x xxxix or. H. Halliday Wias in Grindrod visiting in Kendo Over the week end. Or. White of Kamloops Hias purchased mrs. A Kyles property bore. Or. And mrs t. Sky me arid of am ily. Were in 1 Vernon on Jhu siness. Last monday. Harvest thanksgivi Iorg service is to be. Observed in the Grindrod Church next ,.at 3 . Huh us Valr a Lucli of a Clu in c i owing to the heavy Rains of the past local sept. 3�th, amid a come Muttee the dance held Here on Friday . Mrs Tonto inc Toboco i a huge Success a Large crowd Jam arid tomatoes mrs. R. M. Me. In this connect i , a meeting of the women of Enderby was held at the City Hall tuesday evening for the a Urcise of i organizing an auxiliary to operate in conjunction with the Hospital. Board. Mrs. Gretton was chosen president mrs. Nichol v i Cep Resi Dent an d m is. Woods see ret a treasurer with mrs. Walker of the auxiliary on., the Hospital Board. It is t he Pur pose of the ladies to lend any As a distance possible in connection with the betterment of the. -hospital1. And to make it of greater service to the people of the District. A list of donations. Fresh eggs mrs. Dac Gle Gri rid Rod Cream and. Vegetables i mrs to Gray Mara Jelly mrs Camp Beni ten Days or More and came Homb to hoisting of mrs. Jones mrs. Teece v is empty of Moose Steak. The roads or Smedile and or. To. Robinson j of Cimring from Enderby and were rendered All. But. Impassable Vas named. To Ai Range details and Strong. By the downpour. Handle the. Affair with Power to add to their Riu Imber. Twerp to or More knights of pythias motored from Vernon monday night to spend a social evening As visitors of the ende Ilby. Lodge. At the close of Lodge work All adjourned to the Kinig Edward where mine Host Murphy served one of the meals that made Enderby. Famous. A quiet wedding was performed in St. George Church tuesday afternoon by Rev. , when miss Rose Mullard just. Arrived from camber by London eng., was made the wife of or. Thos. Ashton of Mabel Lake Road the Happy culmination of a Friendship formed when the Groom Wias serving overseas. O Liberal cons vat Vas nominate j. A Macl Vevle arid seb Lect officers for Central a c soc Iaron for Vale Arm Donald crab apples mrs. Diamond vegetables mrs. Pucci Piel Kles and Flowers mrs. Carlson Lake Trout or j. A. M a Wias the Uin Anini Bius cd of the National Liberal conservative convention held last a thursday at Penticton. / the Alame of j. M. Robinson who. Had been. Cons viewed Jan other prob Able candidate was not presented to the convention and my. Robinson moved to make t he Norini Nat Iota of my. Mia Kelvie unanimous. Cd leg Aike s to t he. Niruben of l6.5 lit is conservatively estimated that were present from principal Cen the Farmers of the Fraser alone will tre.3 oif the Riding embracing the i ave to stand a loss of at least one five provincial electoral districts of million dollars Worth of late Grain Greenwood grand Forks Sii Milka Oats etc., As the re Sufit of the heavy Meen and no rth and South Oskaria september a ii a. Other districts Gan. Including the olt Anagan have and Are suffering heavy dam age to the late Grain Anil to that still in the Field but a threshed. If the correspondent sending to the commoner a on Quot prohibition a the other Side a will Send her name it he communication will be published otherwise it will be consigned to the waste Basket. To Are heartily in Accord with the Ponts raised Iby this correspondent a but believe if one has not the courage of his or her convictions then it is better not to air them. A it. Marley and or. Winter returned last week end from their trip to the big game country in the Caribou. They saw one drove of about 30 Moose out of which they picked a Bull and wounded him first shot. They were in a Canoe. Immediately the animal was wounded it made for them. They opened fire on the approaching foe a Aind emptied everything from a Hiigli they could shoot into him or in his direction. A log on the Shore barred the Way of the wounded animal and it turned into the Timber. They followed its Trail a and found it not far Distant. J. F. Burns of Kelowna presided As chairman and Wias elected president of the Central Yale association mrs. Daly Keremeos first x x x x xxx x xxx x x x x x mrs. Keith and mrs. Walker in Aiby x Grandview Erncr x Blanket and magazines mrs. D. A. X x x x x x x x x x x x xxx x Powell i. K and Cream mrs. T. Mrs. Baldwin and mrs. Turner skyrme. Visited Salmon Arm last Friday. Mrs. P. Bradshaw is visiting her Silfer at Flanagan Centre. Muss Mcsherry and mrs. Stapleton if Enderby visited friends Here last saturday. A. The Young people of Grandview Een cd gathered at the Home of mir5 arid mrs. / Tompkinson last Friday night and spent a very enjoyable ening in dancing. Crazy times strike and the world strikes. With 3-0u, work and you work alone our souls Are ablaze with the bolshevik craze the wildest that Ever was known. Groan and there la be a chorus smile and you make no hit for we be grown a Long i air. And preach despair and show you a daily fit. Spend and the gang will cheer vice president f. Hassard Ericker you save and you la have no friends second w. we throw our Bucks to the Birds end ducks and borrow from All who la lend. Knock and you la be a Winner boost and you la be a Frost by a ask is l5ein tic ton Secretary t. H. Boothe Penticton treasurer. Cost of Forest it res for the old Sanew jays of prewar Days Are now from the program lost. To fight and extinguish Forest strike and the world strikes with you work and you work alone Fon , rather yell and a a i a Blue i help than strive for an honest Bone. Rant and you Are a Leader toil and i us re a a nut a twas a bitter Day Vixen we pulled away from the old trip e workday rut. Wait and there la be a blowup watch and you la see a slump and the fads and crimes of these crazy times wiil-1 go to the nations Mason. Fires the past summer has Cost the provi Inico $is2,40s. The Vancouver District which includes Vancouver Island holds the record for number with 299 fires which covered on Exendi Ture of $45,500. Nelson comes next with 248 fires at a Cost of $65,000. In the Cranbrook area 98 fires were reported and $40000 expended. Kamloops District reported 75 fires and spent 16,0 00 while in our own District Vernon �?76 fires reported Cost the province $14,000 to fight them. Fifty six a fires the Prince Rupert locality Cost Only $458 to figh t them and in the Caribou it took onily $600 Tio fight 50 fires. In the Prince George Region it Cost Only $1850 to fight 79 fires. The area planted to tobacco in the Gran again this year is Only 65 acres. Reports Are that the crop is doing Well. If our growers could add a cipher to the acreage then wed have the Start of an Industry Worth talking about though it would go up in smoke. Rig remand for Rooks or. H. Kiliz aim connected with the provincial Library., department in Victoria was in Enderby the week i end looking into general conditions in Connie action with the use and. The method of handling the Library books by the local association. A or. Killam was pleased to report the most conspicuous revival of interest. In the Reading of Good books by,.the general Public served by the Library d Epa nement the Roii go the Many a Lovail a a associations established in All parts of the province. There was an insatiable demand for reference books in relation to agricultural subjects said or. Killam and the. Department was much interested in noting the Quot eagerness displayed in this Cloirec Tion. explained the. The department had. Recently established a closer touch with the general Reading Public by making Lon whereby anyone desiring to get information along any certain line of Reading or development can Send direct to the department and get for the Reading any reference Book desired along that particular line the Book being sent by mail and returnable when read. r coming events r x x x x x x xxx x x x x x xxx St. Georges w. A. Will hold a thanksgiving Home cooking Sale and Tea on saturday oct. 16th, at 2.30 . In the Parish room. 1 on saturday oct. 2ndi, the lad ies of the Hospital auxiliary will receive on behalf of the Hospital preserved fruits and jellies. Please leave at mrs. Dunn a. On saturday night the Farnum special a wolves of the night a will be shown at the Enderby theatre
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