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 ��� mnr-,���-rr  *H  >?1!'wi-^ J  ���    ':-:M  Uttotb  f  VOL. XII.  NO. 36  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. JULY 22.   1920.-4 PAGES  11.50 Per Annum  Jitney Drivers Ask  for Higher Licence  Sack Some Protection Against  Casual Competition  In order to protect their buaineaa  (rom .casus! ���nd transitory competition, seven of the jitney drivers of  the citv presented a petition to the  council Monday evening for the  imposition of a $50 license fee,  also requesting that all licensees  be requested to furnish a substan  tial bond that they will remain in  business at least six montha. It  was stated thst, Vernon had already taken thia action. The matter was referred to the city solicitor  for ��� statement of the city's power  in thst connection.  Fifteen applications for water  connections on Coronation avenue  were received. Aid. Duggan stated that a conaiderable extension of  the water main waa necessary before these connections could be  made.  Mayor Sutherland reminded the  council that no proviaion had been  made in the estimates for such an  eztenaion. As the coat of the work  and'of ��� aimilsr undertaking aaked  for by the residents of Graham  street would be approximately  $2500, it wns decided that nothing  could be done until after the date  when the penalty on unpaid taxes  is impoaed, when the council  would know the amount of money  available for auch purposes.  Aid. Duggan reported that the  committee hsd taken the necessary steps to secure a lineman.  Licenses for the sale of ''near  beer" were granted' to Measrs. D.  Barnes and R. D. Sullivan, The  Ballard Hotel Co., H. Johnston and  .Mra. Burt Johnaton, B. Raymer  and Ian MacRae, and the Occidental Fruit Co,  It was reported that no fewer  than 37 applications had been received for the position of assistant  policeman, which had been rendered vacant again by the failure of  A. C. Dare, the man appointed, to  report for duty. ���'  The number of candidates was  narrowed down to a few with the  beat qurlificationa and choice waa  finally made of Edwin Croft of  Vancouver at a salary of $125 per  month. Thia applicant showed a  fine record of police experience in  South Africa, with the C.P.R. and  Dominion police, and had alao won  several distinctions for his military  aervice.  A number of tenders were opened for houses under the "Better  Housing Scheme*," four contracta  being awarded to H. Ryan and G.  L. Dore for houses for H. G. Marshall, H. G. Pratt, Mra Sands, and  F. M. Neill, and to the Okanagan  Building afid Trading Co., for a  house for Mrs. Lupton. As in some  cases the contract price exceeded  the loan sanctioned by the council,  the contracts were awarded aubject  to the applicants putting up the  difference, and also to a favorable  report aa to title, etc.  A map ahowing the proposed  exchange of land in the park for  hotel purposes was referred back  for further consultation.  A letter in which the signature  was not decipherable advised that  certain unmetered water consumers on Glenn svenue were using  water for irrigation purposes, lt  was referred to the foreman for  investigation.  Donations lo the Kelowna Hoapital for June are as follows: Mrs.  Cunningham maple sugar, Mrs. G.  D. Cameron 2 doz, eggs, J. Howe  $2, Mra. Calder $5, G. R. Hall $1,  F. Thorneloe $10, J. E.Luckett $5,  Kelowna Theatrical Co. $200, J.  Bail $5. CH. Binning $10.  The Zionist conference at London has adopted a recommendation  providing that all the land and  property in Palestine be declared  the property of the Jewish people,  and that the control of thia property be gradually assumed by the  Palestine state.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby 'given to all Users of  Water supplied by the Kelowne Irrigation  Company (Rutland) and the Black Mountain Water Company, Limited, that a  General Meeting will beheld on July 23rd  at 7 p.m., in the Rutland School Room, to  consider the orsanixation of an Irrigation  District. -A Form of Petition will be presented for signature at the meeting.      36  High School Entrance  Exam. Results  The Department of Education  made public**Monday the results  of the annual High School entrance  examinationa. A total of 2089  candidates wrote their examinations and out of these 939 were  successful.  KELOWNA  Div. I���Percy A. Geen, 603  Ewen I. Hunter, 573.  Promoted on recommendation  of the principal: Francia M. Bay.  lis, Dorothy E. Brown, Alice M.  Burtch, Alice Byrns, Minnie B.  Curts. Elva L. Fleming, Margaret  M. Fomerton, Maude F. Kincaid,  Hazel B. McCallum, Fred A. Morden, Polly Murdock, Ruthea M.  Reid, Florence H. Rider, Mr ry W  Roberts, Ruth Rowcliffe, Bertha V.  Thompson, Francis M. Treadgold,  Earl M. Wilson.  Div. 2���Promoted on recommendation of the principal: William H. Ackerovd, Carl G. Brunette, Muriel D. Dillon, Tennyson  E. Grove., Harry D. Mantle, Ithiel  A. Morden, Patricia M. Stuart.  NON-MUNICIPAL  SCHOOLS  North  Kelowna-Arlhui J. Ward,  657.  Oyama���Charlea Richards, 650,  PRIVATE SCHOOL  Kindergarten���Kathleen" R. Mol-  man, 610.  RUTLAND CENTRE    '  Ellison-Melbourne M. Lartg!564  Rutland���George N. Mugfofd,  662 ; Vema M. Ford, 608 ; Theo-  dore E. Marr, 590; J. Douglas  Campbell. 574.  "Pal o' Mine"  'Pal O' Mine .ia a story of New  York in which the figures walk, talk  aing and breathe like two legged  people, i The technique, which  comes only with constant writing  for the stage, coupled with the fact  that he has taken plain men and  women to deal with, makes the  value of Mr. Springer's comedy. A  gift of insight into the depths of  the soul of men and the powet to  set forth what he sees there, which  he unquestionably has, is what has  made "Pal O 'Mine" such a wonder,  derful aucceaa.  Miss Sarah Gibney, the popular  young actress who won fame in  the leading roles of "Peg O' My  Heart" and "Rebecca of Sunny-  brook Farm" will be aeen in the  title role of "Pal O' Mine" and is  supported by an excellent cast in.  eluding Grace Witcher, Albert  Thompson, Al. New, and others as  well known.  'Pal O' Mine" will be seen at  the Empress Theatre, one night  only, Wednesday next, July 28th  Unknown burglara broke into  the W. R. King atore in Penticton  on Thuraday night, stealing $200  in caah from the caah regiater in  the men's clothing section, and alao  taking about $400 worth of merchandise, chiefly clothing.  Feeling is running high at Cork  aa to the result of clashes between  British Soldiers and demobilized  troops. Further outbreaks and  rioting are feared. Sixty have been  wounded in the fighting. A crowd  of armed men blew up twQ'military  lorries which were returning to  their barracks.   "  MABtLBORMMiD fc**9l*ft3  fctfcwwrvM Punxi-u  At the Empreee Friday and Saturday  Kelowna Creamery  Annual Wing  Has Had Successful Year in  Spite of Decreased Cream  Supplies  While the primary object of the  Kelowna Creamery is not profit  for the shareholders being a more  or lesa co-operative concern, it is  gratifying to learn that the finances  of the institution are still in a  flourishing condition, and that progress haa been made in the building tip of ita equipment. Its pro-  duct continuea to occupy a place  in the front rank for quality, and a  reputation haa been built up which  is a very valuable asset lo the diatrict. A feature, however, which  is not so pleasant, iB the fact that  the cream production of the diatrict is not advancing in like ratio,  but is, indeed, tending to decrease.  No doubt the efforts made duiing  the year to improve the standard  of herda and bring in good cows  will in due time bear fruit but in  the meantime the Creamery haa to  look to outaide districts to keep up  its supply.  These facta were brought out  very clearly at the annual meeting  held Monday when the fifth annual  directora' report and balance sheet  were read.  During the year purchases from  the farmers amounted to $49,-  60.14, being greater than for the  previous vear by $3,674.00 although  less butter was made. During the  last twelve months 86,627 pounds  of butter were made, which is 1 ,-  109 pounds less than laat year.  The selling' price, however, was  greater.  The ice cream business had become a strong factor and no doubt  would grow with the increasing  population of the district.  A retail milk business had been  started without delivery, and a recommendation was made to the  incoming directors to install full  equipment as the trade warranted.  Mention was made of tin: endeavor put forth to improve the  dairy herds of the district, and in  cidentally the cream production  by importing pure-bred and good  grade cow's. Unfortunately the  necessity for carrying over a number of these through lhe winter  had caused a loss of neatly $1900,  but it was believed that the good  accomplished would ultimately  make this loss appear insignificant.  Considerable monev had been  expended during the year in equip,  ment, including a new boiler. An  other important step had been the  purchase of the lot and building,  part of which the creamery had  occupied since its commencement.  The surplus   account amounted  to $1286 37. which it was recom  mended be disposed of by paying  ten per dent, dividend and carry,  ing $1000 to reserve fund  A matter of great regret to the  Creamery was the retirement of  the president, Mr. P. B. Willits,  who has done excellent service for  several yeara paat. In a hearty vote  of thanks the meeting expressed  its appreciation. (  With the exception of a few  other changes dictated by various  circumstances, the new board of  directors remains practically the  same, as follows : Messrs. H. Francis. F. Bell, J. Leathley, W. Price,  L. E. Taylqr, H. C. Mallam,, F. M,  Carruthers, S. T. Elliott, W. C. lien-  son, R. Powley. M. Hereroij J W.  Jones, G. Coventry, A. Cooke and  E. R. Bailey. I  At a later directors' meettig Mr.  W. G. Benson, who up to the present has been serving the cotnpany  in the capacity of. secretarr, was  unanimoualy elected president, M,  Hereron vice-president, with L. E.  Taylor, J. Leathley and E. R Bailey  making up the executive committee. The matter of secretary  was left to be dealt with at a Inter  meeting.   U p  It ia expected that the writs for  the by-elections in Colchester and  St. John will be issued in about a  month'a time, writa for Yale and  East Elgin will be issued later on.  It is understood that the new premier will make a speaking lour,  visiting different parts of the  Dominion, as soon as it car. be  arranged, and his first addrers as  prime minister will probably be  delivered in his own constituency  of Portage le Prairie.  Hot Springs Hotel  Burnt to Ground  The St. Alice Hotel, Harrison  Hot Springs, one of the oldest and  probably one of the best known  hostelries in British Columbia, was  totally destroyed by fire on Sunday  morning. Starting, it ia believed,  from a defective flue, the flames  were first noticed at 10.45, eating  through the shingles on the roof of  the west front. In about an hour  and a hall the big, thtee-storey  frame structure was represented  only bv a tottering chimney and a  heap of glowing embers. The loss  is roughly estimated at about $50,-  000, with insurance amounting to  a little less than half that sum  carried.  G.W.V.A. Notes  Hints at New Route  for Big Highway  Speaking before a public gathering the other day, Hon. Dr. King,  minister of public works, touched  upon the linking up of the several  highway systems of the province,  making special reference to the  link necessary to give connection  between the interior and the lower  mainland. The question as to  which route the new road would  follow, whether the Hope-Princeton route or through the Fraser  Canyon is one over which there  has been much controversy. Of  these the minister said, both have  their difficulties; either will be expensive, This piece of road may  cost a million dollars. The government still hopes to find a better  route than either. It has been  suggested that this may be found  along the old Dewdney trail, and  a survey is now proceeding. Meantime, plans ot the Fraser Canyon  In spite of the heat there waa a  good attendance at our meeting on  Saturday last. An impromptu  smoker waa held later with Mr.  Barratt kindly preaiding at the  piano. It was stated that a convention would probably be held next  month in Kelowna of all the  G.W.V.A. branches in this constituency with a view to- selecting a  candidate for the Dominion House  It ia hoped to secure the cooperation of the United Farmera so thst  the convention may be thoroughly  representative of both veterans and  farmers.  The canteen will in future be  closed from 2 to 7 p.m. on Thursday afternoons.  We want to enter a team of 15  men for the war canoe race at the  Regatta if members willing to take  part will put their names on the  list at the club.  While dependenta of men who  died in the war are to, get the  gratuity, it ia conaidered the Government might have been generous  enough to extend this to the dependents of those who were not  drawing separation but who were  drawing assigned pay. The ract  that a man assigned pait of his  pay to someone is proof enough  that it was needed.  Motorists Should Note  Headlight Regulations  Cyril Weddell is home thia week  from the coast.  Two constables were rhot dead  near Tuam, nineteen miles from  Galway, Tuesday, after which the  police sacked the town, setting fire  to the town hall, according to a  news dfspatch from Dublin.  route as they affect the railwaya  have been submitted to the railway  board.  "Every motor-vehicle other than  a motor-cycle shell be equipped  with two headlights, one mounted  in a conspicuous position on each  side of lhe front of the motor-  vehicle, and every motor-cycle  shall be equipped with o.ne headlight mounted in a conspicuous  position on the front thereof.  During the period from one-half  hour after sunset to one-half hour  before aunrise such headlights  shall be kept lighted whenever the  motor-vehicle is in motion on any  highway. Every headlight equipped with a reflector ahall be so  constructed, equipped or mounted  that no portion of the beam of  light therefrom when projected  seventy-five feet or more ahead of  the head-light riaes above a plane  forty-two inchea higher than and  parallel with the plane on which  the motor-vehicle atanda.  No motor-vehicle ahall be equipped with more than one spot-light,  and no spot-light shall be mounted  or operated on that aide of a motor-  vehicle on which, according to the  rule of the road, it passes other  vehicles met on the highway. No  spot-light shall be maintained or  operated ao that the beam of light  therefrom is directed upon or  atrikea any part of any motor  vehicle or other vehicle approaching on the highway, or any person  in or upon anv such approaching  motor-vehicle or other vehicle, or  upon any peraon approaching on  horseback."  According to an announcement  made by Premier Oliver yeaterday,  the firat sitting of the court of reviaion of the new voters' list has  been fixed by the government for  Monday, September 13th.  . at the garage aad fill the crank case with  Imperial Polarine Heavy. The Imperial Polarine  Chart of Recommendations specifies this grade,  and ve have found it to be the best lubricant for  these trucks. Fill the tank with Imperial Premier  Gasoline while you're there."  A Grade for Every Type of Motor  IMPERIAL Marine provides food lubrication for all types of  motors and all motor parts. Extreme high engine heat does not  ���Sect Its bocty^-exactly the light body to seal ��������� compression, conserve power and get the ssost from fuel.   It burns clean.  Imperial Polarins coats and cushions each moving part and follows  through af every joint and rub. Reduces wear, makes each part  taction saootUy and snaurec long life and service to your motor.  Whsa yon  3s on display  for ol ask to aee the Imperial Polarine Chart of  wjasch dhows tbe right lubricant for your car.    It  lacparkl Pwiarine Is sold.  I kegs, half-barrels and barrels.  Buy by the barrel aad tatf-bam. and save money.   For sale by  IMPERIAL POLARTMK   IMPERIAL POLARINE HEAVY    IMPERIAL POLARINE A  faM) (Mt*s. hssrr, .W,) (Eltrs tWr Udj)  A OMtiM IPKXUXr XUlTsW TO YOUR MOTOR  IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  Power ��� He-d-t - Light *  Lubrication  . BVatiches ni all Cities -A ��� t'��      -..-!��� .r...^\\Hlit~j-.  tun two  KELOWNA  tBCOtO  Thuraday. July 22.1920  Sour Milk  ia a source of annoyance  which can be avoided by buying from the City Dairy. We  supply Fresh Milk guaranteed  not more than two houra old  when you receive it.  We make two deliveries  daily���morning's milk delivered the aame morning and ,  evening's milk the ssme evening. This is the only wsv to  ensure satisfaction.  City Dairy  Murdoch i Shelder  Proprietor.  Burne Avenue    -    Kelowna  PHONE 4709  KELOMNH RECORD  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. ���Bo. 418  G.W.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  THE VETERAN  AUTO TRUCK  SERVICE  Dry Firewood for Sale  Fr.e delivery in the city  PHONE  1702  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your car has been all tuned up  ready for the road. How about  your Storage Battery ? la it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action } We will test it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable rataa.  In caae it need, replacement we ara  the official atation for the  famoua  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerve,  ready at all time, like a coiled  spring to .pin your engine, light  your lights snd blow your bora.  Drive in today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dep.  Service on All Batteries  Don't take it to "Corse" Ut Barney do it I  Alfred A. New-strand  Automobile Electrician  The Ss��n of lira Pyramid  Lawrence Avis.    Eaat ef Pendo/J St.  JOHN LU1BXI  Miter sod I^prisisw  aDvasmsma ttkim  I OKIE NOTICES. PBOnBBSlOMAI. CASUS  ETC.. at osats osc solan lash oar amk.  LAND AND TIMBER N1ITICE8-S0 davs. Hi  SO dar. ST.  WATHR NOTICES-IS toe Mrs l.nrtlnas  I.KHAI. ADVEBTlSINa-yirst Inssrtloa. IS  Mais saw Haa: sash ssasMqasas uassrttoa. I  esats psf lias.  lilsl'l.AY 1DVERTISIMBNTS - Two laskM  and aaast. W ssats nsr lash lirst laaartioa  over two lashM 40 Mats Dsr lash ttrst fas-  ssrtloa: 10 esats Dsr inob sash ..hssa.sat  Inssrtloa.  fl.ASNIKIKU   AIIVEHTlaEMSNTrJ -I ssats  psr word    llrat UuMrtsos).  1 ssof snr word  saoh sahasoatat iMsrtkt*.  All cbaasa. In contract advartlssorsat. ssast  te la tbs hands ol tbs arlalsr   br   TsaaWaw  svsnlati  to   snaar.   owblisetloa   I.   th.   asst  fur Irrigation Convention  The arrangementa for the 14th  annual convention of the Western  Canada Irrigation Association,  which will be held at Lethbridge,  Alberta, July 28th. 29th and 30th,  are now practically completed.  Thia convention will undoubtedly  be one of the most- important in  the hiatory of the association. It is  being held in the city that may be  called the birthplace of irrigation  in western Canada, for it was at  Lethbridge that the first irrigation  system in Canada was projected.  This city, being now the centre of  a great movement for irrigation  extension, is well suited to be the  scene of an irrigation convention  at this time.  A programme of addresses that  are inatructive, helpful and interest-  ing to all concerned in irrigation  farming and to those engaged in  agriculture generally has been  drawn up. One of the principal  diacttsaions will be on "Soil Drifting," a topic of much concern to  farmera throughout the prairie provinces. Prof. W. M. Jardine, president of the Kansas State College  of Agriculture; F. H. Auld, deputy  minister of agriculture for Saskatchewan; J. Bracken, the new principal  of the Manitoba Agricultural Col.  lege; C. S. Noble, of Nobleford,  and others, will tske part in this  discussion.  Professional Cards  BURNE * .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. G. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burns.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barriater  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can.Soe.CE.  Consulting Clotl and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys snd Reports on Irrigation Work*  Applications for Wster Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendosi Street  and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, VA, D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443 Vernon  B.C.  Residence       313  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repair.  Phone.: Business 164 i Residence 91  P.O. Bos 22  Mrs. P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes Forming for the New Year  Phone for an appointment  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  Mr Rex Young of London, England, arrived last week and ia staying with Mr. and Mrs. Browse at  Cotvale, where he intenda spending some time before going in for  ranching on his own account.  Amongst recent visitors here  were Mra, Dundaa and the Misses  Dundas of Kelowna, Thev seemed to thoroughly enjov their camping life at Mr. P. Atkinson's pretty  place on the lake shore.  The pile-driver is now al the  wharf doing aome very necessary  repairs to it, Mr. McDonald being  in charge of the work. Mr. Mills!  who came with him, left on Wednesday afternoon to attend io other  operationa down the lake.  The recent showers were very  welcome after the beat, but like  most good things they "induce an  appetite for more." The fruit crops  are looking well, At present aweet  cherries only are being shipped  from this point.      ���  J. J. Hall returned Monday from  a viait lo Halcyon Hot Springs  feeling much better for his visit.  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now it the tim�� to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  eaa re-upholiter your auto.  or buggy aeat anil make it  .   like new.  Matt!eases Pianos, Ace,  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable -  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowne  Furniture Co,  Phone 3tt8  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatimatea Furniahed for all claaaea  of work  F. WIGGLESWORTH  PIANOFORTE - SINGING  STUDIO  ovsr tke Mason At Risch .lore  Phone 1462  T. R. GRAINGER  CHIROPRACTOR  Grsdusts of the P.lm.r School of Chiropractics  Ottcc Hours, I .SO to 5 p.m.  Ejutsainalion and conaultalion Free  OfSca in Hswataon-Mantle Block  NOTICE  Users of irrigation water in my neighbourhood should take notice that turning  their w.sto water through my property  (Lob 3 and 6, Block 18. Belgo Sub-division) are rendering themselves liable to  legal proceeding, for damage..  34tf DUNCAN M. MORISON.  NOTICE  To Shareholders of The Kelowns  Storage, Limited  An extraordinary meeting of ahareholdera of the Kelowna Storage, Ltd., will be  held at 3 p.m. on July 24th at the Board  of Trade rooms, Kelowns, for ths following purpose: To consider* motion passed  st general meeting on July 10th to raise  capitalization of the company to. $100,000.  Full attendance ia requested.   Vt*. V. WITT.  35-6 Secretary-Trsssurer.  KELOWNA   REGATTA  TENDERS  srs invited for concession, for soiling refreshments  on R.gatta   dsys.    Highest  bidders to have  choice of sites.   Tender,  to be in by August Irt. 1920.  32-6 H. a M. Wilson, Sscrsury.  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by Pioneer. July 20th. 1920  The 1920 troop camp came to  an end on Saturday last and was  undoubtedly one ol the moat enjoy-  _ble which we have yet held, of  which it numbered the eighth and  the fifth at Cedar Creek. A small  csmp makes an easier job for those  in charge and the scoutmaster this  year had the assistance of both  Commissioner Heneage and A.S.M.  DuMoulin, the latter being the  camp quartermaster as well. As  this ia a column written by scouts  themselves we hesitate about saying nice things about each other,  for fear that we may give the  appearance of a mutual admiration  society, but we leel that the troop  would not wish the occasion to  go by without expressing our thanka  to the Commissioner for all his help  in camp in the taki g of tests for  badgea and as the daily football  referee. He ia a good type of an  English sportsman of whom we  cannot have too many in thia  province.  The cube took over the camp  from us and they are returning  home on Thursday. The Commissioner stayed with them until  this morning, when he left for  Vernon. From Vernon he will  go to Summerland.  The Vernon Troop was lorlunrte  in their representatives, P.Ls. Shat-  ford and Ball, and they both secured a very certain place in the  Iriendahip of their Kelowna brother  scouts. They were the guests of  Mr. J. Ball and Mr. D. D. Campbell  over Sunday and left for home on  Monday morning. It was alao a  great pleasure for us to have the  society and assistance ol A.S.M.  Allen Harria of the Summerland  Troop for the greater part of our  camp. A.S.M. Parkinson of our  troop waa unable to attend thia  year, but did good work in town  in arranging for cars and supplies.  Since the last column waa written  the following made car trips to  camp, for which we wish to t'lSilc  them very much: Messrs. DuMoulin,  Buck, Mantle, Cunningham, Harvey  Taylor and Groves. We alao wish  lo thank the lollowing donors for  their much appreciated gifts: Mr.  McCarthy for a freezer of ice-cream  former Troop Leader Keller for  cherries, Mrs Sh*pherd for a cake,  Messrs. L. E. and F. A. Taylor for  cheiriea, Mra. Windsor for a pot of  jam and box of apples, Mr. Mantle  for egga, Mr. Henry Burtch for a  freezer of ice-cream, Mr. R. E.  Deniaon for a caah donation of  $5 and Messrs. P. B. Willits 6t Co.  lor their annual replenishment of  our firat aid equipment, including  the "snake-bite" antidote, which  seemed to cause so much amuse-  ment. We might add, however,  that the anakea were not biting  very freely even although we raid  ed one of their favourite places on  thia aide of the lake, Deep Creek.  The sea-serpent even did not look  us up.  Further badgea obtained in camp  were the naturalist by P.Ls Shat  ford (Vernon), Ball and Neish snd  Scout B. McCarthy, the swimmer's  by Acting P.L. Neish and Scout H  Dore, second class ambulance and  mile at scout's pace by Scout M.  Taylor and the signalling and pointa  of the compass by Scout H. Brown  and E. Harvey.  There will be no further regular  parades until September and if we  are unable to obtain quarters, per.  haps not then. In the meantime,  however, we can take tests for sll  the badgea which any of the keen  scouts in the troop wish to pass.  The tent inspection was won bv  the Otters with a lead of seven  points over the Eaglea, who were  second. The latter also tied with  the Otters in the number of firsts  obtained ao it was a cloae race.  The Otters also obtained the greatest number of points at the Thuraday sports, slthough the Esgles  won the principal item of raising  and stowing a tent.  We trust that every scout in the  troop will do his utmost to enter  every possible event at the coming  regatta, and we must add here how  much we appreciate the kindneas  of the Aquatic Association in letting ua have a boat for our camp  free of charge.  The Wolf Cubs have also have  specially requeated that thanka be  conveyed to their good frienda of  whom there are manv. Messrs.  McCarthy, J. W. Jones, G. Meikle,  and J. Ball made trips by car and  Mr. Silcock went by motor boat.  Cherries, lime juice and cake were  sent bv Mr, Murdoch, ice eresm  by Winter & Chapin, cherries, eggs  and cake by Mr. McCarthy, cake  and cherries by Mr; Meikle, magazines by Mr. W. Crawford, and  a large number of other donations  were enjoyed by the boys in a  manner best described by them,  selves. All visitors to the camp  seemed to realize that they were assisting a vary worthy cause.  i$WlpAje44  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  <*  OH   JIX   IOV  MABEL NOpiAND  ia  Ml*        �����  Jinx  "Jinx," Mabel Normand'. latest picture is the Srst cousin to "Mickey," the  picture everybody raved about. Tha lure of tha cireu. ring is ��praad,��hick  all over thia laughable comedy-drama. It is a picture everyone ahould aaa.  From tha time you discover her in overalls aad'a ragged Veil', you will hold  year aides laughing.  * Also tha added super-comedy  "The Garage" with "Fatty" Arbuckle  Evening, 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee at 3.30. 10. and 25c  MONDAY  AND TUESDAY  Marshall Neiland's comedy cocktail in five Swiss  "Don't Ever Marry"  Thsre aro three thing, in life���you are bora, you get married, aad you  die. So after you are married, there is nothing left for you to do but te die.  Neptune married and he is a fish. Sea for yourself. But we must admit  women are sometim.s reasonable. There's ao' uae talking. Oh, it's some  snirthquake.  Also "You Couldn't Blame Her," Farce Comedy and "Broadway Will Bs  Broadway" Travel Scenic.  Evening 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  WEDNESDAY  ONLY  Three Act Musical Success  "Pal o' Mine*  < i.      i  Seats all reserved Seat sale at Willits  Curtain at 8.30 p.m.    Prices 55c to $1.65  COMlNG-'Male and Female"  PHONE 29S  BOX 131  D. CHAPMAN  MOTOR HAULAGE CONTRACTOR  Motor Trucka for every  kind of hauling.  Speedy, comfortable Pneumatic  Truck for Picnics, &c.  Furniture and Pianos  Moved with care.  CHALMERS CAR FOR HIRE  DAY OR  NIGHT  LIVERY AND FEED  STABLES  AT THI  Johnson Bam, Lawrence Avenue  CREAM PRICES  (rom June 1st, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. I - 65c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 63c      ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  The Jenkins. Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING CARTAGE '     DISTRIBUTING  Touring Cara always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.    Special rates.  Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting  Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Trucks ara all new and up-to-date  PHONE 20 DAY OR NIGHT Thuraday, July 22,1920  KBLOWNA  KBCOtD  PAGE THREE  Mail  TIERE are pricea that will astonish even the most fortunate of bargain finders, for we have cut the figures on our  ' price tags on everything that we wish to clear out, and this includes high standard items in every department  of the store on which the lines are broken or not to be carried over.    Every item offered is individually the biggest  kind of a bargain both in quality and timeliness, as well as in drastic price reduction.  A window full of merchandise at $5 which includes such articles as  Waists. Hats, Coats, Shoes, Skirts and Dress Materials  See this display and make selection as early as possible on Saturday.  Waists, $1.95  The time is now to buy your  Voile Waists (or these sultry  davs. Nothing is quite so satisfactory as s fresh new Voile  waist, and there are excellent  assortments lo choose from.  Sires 36 to 42, $1.95  Corsets, $ 1.95  Odd makes and sizes. Each  model is an excellent style, but  aa there is not a complete assortment ol sizes we have decided  to get rid of them at thia low  price.   Regular pricea up to $5  Sale price, $1.95  Clearing oddments in BRASSIERES, only a few styles and prices, regular up lo $1.25, for  50c  Print Overall Aprons  Good style, $ I each  Overall House Dresses  Button Shoulder, $1.50 each  Special values in Gingham and Fancy House Dresses, at $2.25 each  All Porch and Morning Dresses marked at reduced prices.  Poplin Dresses at $14.75  Many  good  atylea in Poplin Dresses, in  colors of Rose, Green, Pongee, Grey  Reduced to $14.75  Bathing Caps, 75c  An excellent opportunity to purchaae >our  Bathing Caps at this nulfch-rctluced price  Regular up to $1.25, for 75c  Raincoats, $13.75  These excellent Raincoats which usually  aell for $21 have been specially marked at  thia low price to effect a speedy clearance.  In the usual way thia price cannot purchaae  any quality raincoat.  Children's Hose & Jerseys  Exceptional valuea in Children'a fine Black  Cotton Hose, all aizea, 6 ts 10, at 55c pr  Children'a Cotton Jerseys, in brown, khski,  navy, grey, and white, 50c each  Silk Hosiery Reduced  Black Silk Hose, manufacturers' seconds.  These are worth today about $3.50 had  they been perfect; these have only very  slight imperfections, now $1.25  Silk Hose, wilh fine ribbed tops, in colors  of black, white, brown, and grey, at $2.25  and $3.75 pair; regularly sold for $2.75  and $4.50 pair  See our  Windows  Hats, Flowers,  and Feathers  ���*     HALF PRICE    -  All our Millinery will, be sold  at thia splendid reduction. These  include all this seaaon'a models  and many more lhat are extremely  good value even at original price.  We alao have Iwo special assortments we shall aell for 50c 6t 95c  A complete assortment of Flowers and Feathers, at 50c each  Middies and Smocks  Middies and Smocks for women are all  reduced during this sale. See the new  price tags on these and compare them with  the original price tickets which will be left  on the garments.  White Embroidery Sale  These excellent wide flouncings are beautifully embroidered on very fine long-  cloth, and make the moat aplendid  children's frocks.  Verv fine Corset Cover Embroidery, made  of very best materials, 95c per yard  Muslin and Lawn Embroideries, 10c yard  Fine Longcloth and Muslin Embroideries,  up to 65c valuea, 35c yard  Children's Wash Suits  Little Boya' Waah Suits, in Gingham, Chambray, and Galateas, and other strong  materials, reg. $3.50 .and $4.50, for $2.95  A few Boys' Waah Suits, in good materials,  on sale at $1.25 each  White Pique Coata, I to 6 years, 95c  A bargain in Middies, 6 to 14 years, $1.25  JULY SHOE SALE  Black Patent Pumps, ih Colonial style, with low or high heels, finished with buckles, usually $6, sale price $4.50 pair  An odd lot of White Canvas Oxfords, Pumps, and High Shoes, $1 pr.  Misses' and Children'a White Canvas Pumps, with strapa and leather  soles, sale price $1.95  J n  ftgf Cent, off      During  this July Sale we shall offer our   cans     entire stock  of  Shoes at 15 per cent, off  marked prices.     Take full advantage of this special offer.  Some very Special Values from our Staple Department  Take full advantage of the prices on this  Staple Merchandise as by sll indications the  the prices will be higher during the Fall season,  36 inch White Pique, 75c yard  36 inch White Longcloths a fine even weave  with no filling, 40c per yard  Check Ginghams, a good  washing  material  of  , fast color, comes 38 inches wide, 55c yard  Dress Materials at $1 yard  Msnv materials will be oil sale at thia low price  and include auch weaves as Garbardines,  Serges, Black and White Checka, Plaids and  and Satin Cloths, $1 yard  Cotton Materials at 55c yard  Such materials aa Silkoline, Fine Cotton  Crepe, Sport Suitings, and other fine washing  materials included in this price.  48 inch wide Reversible Cretonne, comes in an  excellent aasorlment of colourings.    -  Note the price, $1.25 per yard  White Spun Silk and White Habutai Silk in the  beat waahing weight, 36 in. wide, $1.50 yd.  Natural Pongee, an excellent even cloth, $1 yd.  200 yds Striped Flannelette, worth 40c, now 30c  (Buy a quantity of thia for making up during  the Fall months)  Two exceptional values in'Ticking (testherproof)  65c and 85c yard  Sale Starts Satur- JERMAN HUNT,  Ltd. Store will open at  day, July 24 KELOWNA, B.C.       #   ' 815 ut,'  WZOBr&O&OrZa^^  HAVE YOU HAD A LOOK AT THE NEW  1920 GravDort Models  aTTT Don't neglect to drop into our show  WI room and see the most snappy and  jj attractive little car in town ��� lower  in price tl\an most of the cars in their class.  We are prepared to give first-class service  with every car sold. Don't listen to criticism ; come and see for yourself and we  will guarantee that Gray Dort will fight its  own battles. We also haoe some good buys  in Second-Hand Cars.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  i  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. and Mrs. Edwards are viaitora from Calgary this week.  Mr. and Mra.  R. J.  Best  were  rrivals Monday from Vanguard,  Saak.  Mra. C. M. Case was a visitor  Saturday from Port Angeles, Wash.  vV. L. Bissett was a Nelson visitor Saturday laat.  Dr. B. R. Haley, diatrict government veterinary, is down this week  from Armstrong.  Miss C. Arbuthnot left Tuesday  for five weeka holidaya. During  her abaence the atore will remain  open.  Chuich of England aervice will  be held at Rutland on Sunday next  at 3 p.m.  |. B. Knowles and D. D. Camp,  are delegates this week to the  Retail Mer'hanta' convention at  New Westminster.  The Band gratefully acknowledges the (ollowing subscriptions  during the week ; J. L. Pridham  $10; J. N. Thompson $10; Thos.  Bulman $5. .  The Wolf Cubs returned home  this morning after an enjoyable  camp of five daya at Cedar Creek.  Curiously enough the rain which  had fallen ao freely in town did  not trouble them, with the exception of two or three light showers.  The city's programme of road  work is now nearing completion  for the present year. Moat of the  appropriation has, of course, been  spent on Bernard avenue, and it  must be admitted that a good job  has been done there. Some of the  worst street corners have been  fixed during the past week, and  the steam roller is now busy on  Ethel street. The main business  section is to be loosened up and re-  graded.  J. L. Wilson and daughter returned this week from a visit to  Seymour Arm.  Tom Davy came home Monday  after a atay at Victoria.  Mr. and Mra. L. V. Rogera returned Monday from Victoria,  where they have been for the paat  few weeks.  Neil Gregory returned Monday  from hit viait to Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Evans, of Seattle,  Wash., came in last Saturday for a  ahort visit.  The Trenco Motors haa now inaugurated a twice-daily atage to  Vernon, at 8 a.m. and 12.30 p.m.  The Kelowna Aquatic Association announce that a dance will  be held on Saturday eveninga in  addition to Wedneaday'a dance, to  accommodate country membera  who find Saturday more convenient���for membera only. Season  tickets can be had from the secretary, H. G. M. Wilaon.  Last November A. Cooke and  R. Johnstone, both enthusiastic  local poultrymen, aent pena of  birds to Pullman, Waahington, to  take part in the egg-laying contest  being held in the State College  there. All went well until laat  Tueaday when a terrific wind atorm  atruck the experimental atation,  wrecking several of the buildinga,  including the contest building,  which waa swept from its location  and torn into match wopd. A  greater part of the contest birds  were killed and others lost in the  general mix-up. Measrs. Cooke  and Johnatone are now wondering  what ia left of their pena of Buff  Orpingtons and White Wyandottea.  $125  PER ACRE  Good ORCHARD LAND  under a good irrigation ayatem  Also orchards in full bearing  Easy Terms  THOS.  BULMAN  Phone 3206 Kelowna  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, Ac  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 3102  I guarantee prompt aervice  and satisfaction  UNIVERSAL  TIRE FILLER  Authorized Service Station  Veteran Vulcanizing Works  Ellis Street and Bernard Ave., Kelowna  Geo. Lane, exclusive Agent  Turn to the  Right  and keep right on, and  aa long aa you keer> going  right you'll bumb right  into Charlie Dark's counter sooner or later���and  he'll treat you right. So  that's all right. Again,  Charlie sells shoes at the  right price, which, rightly  speaking, ia what might  expected in a buaineas  run on right-lines.  Chas. Dark  WHY WALK TO VERNON  WHEN THE     _  '  OVERLAND STAGE  LEAVES KELOWNA DAILY AT 12 A.M., RETURNING LEAVES  VERNON 8 A.M. SINGLE %i i   RETURN $5. PAGE FOUR  kkebwsx tseva  Thursday, July 22.1920  Snappy Summer Goods  PRICED LOW  We bid for business with reliable goods at  the Low Down Cash Price  CORSET SPECIAL  An assortment of lines that we have not a full range  0} sizes in, hut you will find almost all sizes in the lot.  Values run to $2.50, on sale 98c  Children's check Gingham Overalls with elastic at knee  strap over shoulders & pocket, at $ I, $ 1.15 & $ 1.25  Children'a Tan Rompers, trimmed with blue and  pink, at $1-75  Children's Navy Blue Stripe Gingham Rompers  at.... $1 up to $1.95  Children's Dutch Rompers in blue and pink  at $2.85 up to $3.25  Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, sizes 9 and 94, double  heels and toes, in nice summer weight, July  clearance price 39c pair  Ladies' pink and white Nainsook Bloomers, at  85c and $1.15 pair  Ladies' white muslin Drawers, embroidery trimmed,  at $1.00 pair  Ladies' embroidered crepe Night Gowns, in white  and pink, at ;. .$3.95  Ladies' white muslin Underskirts in good assortment  from $1.25 to $3.50  Ladies silk Camisoles in many new designs from  $1.50 up to $3.50  MEN'S SHIRT SPECIAL  Men's white shirts, priced low, reversible collar, single  "cuffs, sizes 144. to 161, special $2.00  Men's white honey-comb shirts, cool and comfortable,  with turn-in collar,  full range of .sizes,  priced  special at $1.75  Men's Panama Hats as low as $3.50 and up to $7.50  Men's straw and chip hats, in sailor and crush styles,  from ! 75c up to $3.50  Odd lines of men's Balbriggan underwear clearing  at 50c a* garment  Men's Porous Knit Underwear in shirts and drapers,  full range of sizes, Zimmerknit quality special  95c a garment  J. F. FUMERTON li CO.  THE CASH STORE . "It Pay. to P.y Cash."  Dry Goods phone 58 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  Morning-9.:0 anrl  11        Afternoon-3 and 5  WM. HAUG & SON, Phone 66  Get your order in  EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  OVERLAND  LIGHT  A new consignment just unloaded. The most popular  Light Car of the year.  '    100-inch Wheel Base  Turns in the narrowest road  130-inch Spring Base  Rides like a big "Six."  Powerful, snappy,  economical  motor.    The lightest  car on tires and gas at present on the market.  Price f.o.b. Kelowna, $1475  For demonstration see the car itself at  THE OIL SHOP  OR PHONE J. W. B. BROWNE AT 2*S7  Several Second-hand Cars for sale at right prices.   Ask for particulars.  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  Real Estate and Farm Landa  Opposite the CP.R wharf  WANTED  Listings of Houte Property within the  city limits. Mutt be modern, with  bath, toilet, city water and electric  light. Cement cellar not necessary,  unless guaranteed free from water in  the spring of the  year.   A few fruit  trees for family use desirable.  Write or call, giving best price  and easiest terms.  FARM LANDS  Wanted,  listings   of   small   holdings  with good buildings, within the four-  mile radius of Kelowna.  K.ll0. BENCH-FOR SALE  Several  bearing  orchards with first-  class buildings and  modern conveniences.  Full particulars at thia office  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116 Box 116  KELOWNA  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Next door to Port Office  BUNGALOW, 5 room., bathroom, fully  modern, cement basement, in first-class  condition, large lot, close in, only $3,000  on terms. Couldn't be built to day for  the money.  TWO-STOREY Frame Houae, with two  large lot., 6 room, with basement. Close  in.   $3,800 on terms.  BUNGALOW, 5 rooms, good outbuildings, with one acre of choice land. A  snap, only $3,500 on terms.  TWO-STOREY Frame House. 8 rooms,  large cement basement, fully modern,  ���table hold four hone., garage, wood-  shed, including two lots. $5,000 on  terms. Immediate possession can be  given.  LARGE BUNGALOW, fully modern, 1  room, bathroom, one acre of choice land  12 bearing fruit-tree..   $5,500 on term..  FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, woodshed and  chickenhouae.   $1,400 on term..  TWO-STOREY Frame House, 6 rooms,  good outbuilding., one acre of choice  Mil.   $3,000 on t.rms.  TWO-STOREY cement block House, 6  rooms, kitchen and pantry, entrance hall  cement cellar outside. Stabls. $4750  on term..  HOUSE, 3 room., including four lots,  stable hold four horae.. two chicken  houses, pig pen, 9 bearing fruit trees,  small fruit.. $2,000. Half cash balance  to arrange.  We have a large .election of city property  for aale. Call and aee us. Price, and  term, to suit.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdaay 9 to  10 p.m.  Want Ads.  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle Ac Wilson or other agents  or owner. 29tf  $2,200. Well - built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. House 32 x 26. Chicken  house and workshop. Apply P.O. Box  25. 21tf  FOR SALE, two  second-hand   Automobiles, in good condition,   H. B. Burtch.  23tf  FOR SALE, Houses.' Bearing Orchards,  Cattle Ranches, City Property. Pem-  berton oc Son, Bernard Ave. 27tf  FOR SALE, a snap, 6-roomed House and  large lot, garage, woodshed, cellar and  good chicken houaa, $2,200. Half cash,  balance on easy terms. Apply J. A  James, Lawson Avenue.  Box 69.  31-2tf  FOR SALE, Fairbanks Morse 8 h.p. gas-  oline Engine. Price $250. Apply J, J  Hall, R.R. No. I. Kelowna. 36-7p  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED,  General   Servant.     Mrs.   K.  Maclaren, corner Harvey 6t Ethel..  5-6p  SITUATIONS WANTED  WINDOW, Oflice and House Cleaning,  and other odd jobs wanted. Arthur  Gardiner. Box 482.   Phone 404 after 6.  WANTED, office cleaning, house cleaning  window cleaning, all kinds of general  work. Phone or write Henry Pillinger,  care of Record Office. 36-Bp  TO BINT  TO RENT, Furnished Cottage, fully mod-  ern. Lawson Avenue. Apply Box 44,  phone 75. 31 tf  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED, good Mare, about 1,500 lbs.,  to work single.    Apply Norris, Ellison.  ���    22tf  HAVE YOU ENROLLED for your I.CS.  course yet > Free booklet on request  to International Correspondence Schools  Canadian, Ltd., 6 Leckie Block, Kelowna. - 25tf  NOTICE. All persona are warned against  purchasing the property at Benvoulin  known aa the Lytic place (north 20  acres), on which is a canning factory,  from anyone save the undersigned, who  is in possession of the same, H. J.  Turner. 28tr  Miss Dillon will be pleased to meet  ladies requiring Spirella Corsets at Room  5, Oak Hall Block,on Saturdays, from 2.30  to 5.    Phone 115 for special appointment.  Mrs. A. J. PRITCHARD  L.R.A.M.   A.R.C.M.  Silver  Medallist   (London,  England),   is  prepared  to give   Advanced   Pianoforte  Lessons.   Reasonable terms.    Apply care  of Record Office. 35-Hp  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired At Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  FOR SALE  CEDAR POSTS  Inquire NELSON H. SMITH  Okanagan Centre, B.C.      36-9,1  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BCRTCH -   Phone 180  Waltham and Elgin  WRIST   WATCHES  Watches that will keep accurate  time���Watches that are sure to  please.  STANDARD PRICES  KELOWNA  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day PhoBfJU6 Night Phone 5502  ���J.   GRANT  "MADE IN CANADA"  Mantle Clocks  that are beautiful ia design, durable, and splendid  timekeeper..  They harmonize nicely with furniture in your home.  We have them in Mahogany, Walnut  Fumed Oak and Golden Oak.  We will be pleated to ahow you theae clocks.   The  pricea are low and the quality high."  W. M PARKEft & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW MANAGER  More July Bargains in  Men's Wear  Late deliveries of Donegal Tweed Two-piece Norfolk  Suits, Grey and Light Brown, sizes 36 to 40. Regular $31  suits for ,... $28  Grey Homespun Two-piece Suits, ordinary style, sizes 35 ,  to 40.   Regular $28, for $25  15 per cant. Redaction on nil  Straw Hate *  Real Panamas. Reg. $$ for $4; $6, $5; $8, $7; $10, $8.80  The July Shoe Sale will continue until the end of tke  month.' You need to be on the run if you want good  footwear at low prices���the ahoea are.  H. F. HICKS  Willita Block  BRAN, SHORTS &  FEED FLOUR  Large stock now on hand  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones: Feed Store 29; Office 37 Free City Delivery  Phone 40 P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  FOR SALEt ' INSURANCE:  Farms **" Automobile  Orchards Life  Housea Fire  Listings Solicited Automobile time payments financed  ALSO AT  VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK.'  CLOVERDALE. MISSION, PENTICTON, &c.  A. B. BARRAT.  Manager.  Bernard Aye., Kalowna, B.C.  AT EMPRESS THEATRE OO  ON WEDNESDAY, JULY LO  ONE NIGHT ONLY. AT 8.30  Miss Sarah Gibney and fine caste  in  "Pal o' Mine"  NOT A MOVING PICTURE  A bewitching and sparkling comedy in three acts  with music and song  All seats reserved $1.65 to Sk      Seat sale at Willits

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