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 tt&t  VOL. V.   NO. 7.  KELOWNA. BRlflSH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1913.  $1.50 Per Autus.  Meeting of  City Council  Will Take Plebiscite on Lake  Shore Hotel Scheme  The council met Monday with a  full attendance.  A letter was read from the solicitor for the Union of B. C. Municipalities in reference to the application of the Okanagan Telephone  Co. for an extension of their charter, and advising that a deputation  be sent from points served by the  company to appear before the  Private Bills Committee about the  fit 1st of February.  The following subdivision plans  were passed : Block 16 plan 186,  block 38, plan 202, and the north  half of block 18, map 202.  Mayor Jones suggested that the  city clerk be authorized to have all  subdivision plans up to date inserted on the city map. Mr. Parkinson had offered to do this for ,$25  and a resolution was passed that  his services be secured.  The   following   accounts   were  passed for payment:  Sewer Time Cheques   -       t       - 654.76  Palace Hotel, prisoner.' meals  to  Dec. 51. - - - - - 25.90  The B. C. Gazette, copy of B.C.  Statutes for 1912 - . . 2.75  Kel. Record, printing and ads., Dec 84.26  Palmer & Rogerson, bulbs for park 69.00  Power House payroll, Dec, - - 664.00  Waterworks construction payroll - 246.31  F. Swainson, work on streets 73.50  G. H. Dunn, city clerk's Dec. aal  . 130.00  patty cash - - .31.20  P. T. Dunn, dark's Dec. salary - 83.00  W. H. Rannie   ��� ���        -   70.00  W. H. Paisley, scavenger's salary - 166.66  Dr. Boycs. police  magistrate's salary, Oct I to Dec. 31, 1912   . 125.00  Messrs. Burne St Temple, city soli.  citors' sal. Oct, I ts Dec. 3 i '12 60.00  J. A. Bigger, Building   Inspector's  salary. Oct. I to Dec. II 1912. .45.00  R. Sutherland, chief constable's aal 115.00  G. McKay, night constable's salary 85.00  R Sutherland, railway fares, taking  prisoner to Kamloops and lunatic to New Westminster - - 50,35  Dr. Keller. Dec. rant for office      .   15.00  The following letter from the  Board of Trade en the lake shore  hotel scheme was raad :  Gentlemen,  I beg to convey to you the text  of a resolution adopted at the last  regular meeting of the Board on  December 17th and trust that  recognixing the importance of this  matter to the city, your body will  take action aa desired at as early a  data aa possible.  Resolution is aa follows :  That this Board of Trade taking into con.  siderattoa the preaaing need ef sum.  eiant accemmedation to nerve the travelling public and tourist trade, are ef the  opinion that the Cauncil of the Gty ef  Kelowna weuld ba eating for the public  good us] would ba faithfully voicing  tha public tpirit'by making application  at tha next meeting of tho legislature in  tbe form of a bill to be entrusted to our  member to enable tha City of Kelowna  to salt or exchange certain parts of the  Gty Park as in their judgment should  seem advisable, to a company which  haa for its purpose the erection of e  hotel fully licensed and containing all  conveniences called for by a high-class  trade, either in exchange for other lands  or by purchase, leaae or agreement of  aala,'  This resolution was unanimously  carried by the meeting consisting  of 23 of the prominent citizens, of  the town.  Yours truly,  G. A. FISHER,  Secretary.  In discussion it was mentioned  that there was some difference of  opinion amongst the citizens as to  the advisability of the scheme.  Aid. Sutherland suggested that  a plebiscite be taken at the time  of the municipal election. The  council would in that way find  out just what the people wished  and would then know how to act.  He submitted the following resolution :  "That the following questions  be submitted to the electorate at  the time of the municipal elections  for Mayor and Aldermen:  1. Are you in favor of an hotel  being erected on the property of  the People's Trust Co. at the entrance of the park ?  2. Are you in favor of the city  exchanging the triangular portion  of land now held by them (Thi  People's Trust Co.) for an equal  amount of land in a rectangular  form?  3. Are you in favor of the city  selling a portion of the cily park  for hotel purposes.  It was contended that the first  question was unnecessary as the  owners of the property were at  liberty to put what building they  pleased there.  Aid. Sutherland said he had put  the question there for a purpose,  There were many people who objected to a licensed hotel in the  park, and if one were built would  be sure to oppose the granting of  a license. If an opinion was taken  now it might avoid trouble of that  kind later on.  City Clerk Dunn pointed out lhat  a by-law was necessary before a  plebiscite could be taken. It was  decided however, to dispense with  this formality as all that was desired was g means of guaging the  feeling of the electors on the question. No definite action, of course,  could be taken without submitting  a proper by-law to the people.  The matter of amending the  Streets Regulation by-law to conform with the request of the previous week's deputation from the  S. P. C. A., was mentioned, but it  was decided that as there were several by-laws to be overhauled it  should be left until the new year.  A resolution was passed that W.  H. Paisley be engaged as scavenger lor another year.  The council then went into committee on the amendment of the  Building By-law, and on raising  again it was given a third reading.  The council then adjourned until next Monday.  Rutland News ~  Gaddes - McTavish, Ltd.  Dr. Gaddes and Mr. N. D. McTavish have now seveied their  active connection with the Central  Okanagan Lands, Ltd., having  formed themselves into a joint  stock company under the name of  Gaddes McTavish, Ltd., and hnve  this week opened their ofn&rv -n  the Leckie block. It is their intention to transact a general financial,  real estate and insurance business.  Both members of the firm have  had considerable experience with  local real estate and development  and have, moreover, an extensive  connection with outside capital,  which puts them in a very favorable position for the handling of  important transactions.  Dr, Gaddes was president of the  Central Okanagan Land ot Orchard  Co., and later of the Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd., and the Kelowna Irrigation Co. He ia at present  also president of the Columbia  Valley Orchards, Ltd., which controls some 13,000 acres of land  near Golden, including the town-  site of Sinclair'.  Mr. McTavish was secretary of  the Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.,  and the Kelowna Irrigation Co.  He is a notary pnblic and has an  extensive insurance connection.  He has also considerable interests  in the district.  Both are men of solid integrity  and will undoubtedly have the  entire confidence of all who have  business dealings with them.  Messrs. Gaddes & McTavish,  Ltd., have this week purchased  from the Okanagan Loan Co. the  fine east corner of Pendozi street  and Bernard avenue, opposite Wil-  lit's drug store.  The monthly meeting of the  Kelowna Merchants' Association  was held last night but owing to  the small attendance the main  business of the evening (the election of officers) had to be postponed to a special meeting called  for Wednesday next, January 15th.  Mr. A. J. Cameron, of the Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd., left  this week for Medicine Hat where  he is to enter into business partnership in the real estate line with L.  Mayhew, formerly of Glenmore.  He ia succeeded as bookkeeper  with the company by Mr. Hunston,  from Edmonton.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Patterson and  family reurned Friday from an  extended stay in Victoria.  Mr. Alec M. Dalgleish disappeared from town on Christmas dny,  going east. Last Thursday he returned with his bride, formerly  Miss Jean McLean. Here's good  luck.  i (From our own Correipondent)  Mrs. D. Hartley and her little  son arrived home on Saturday last  after a four months' visit to her  home in Ontario.  Fred Lewis has been appointed  a delegate to attend the irrigation  convention at Victoria this week.  He will represent the Rutland  district.  To the Editor,���lhe able 'correspondent of the Rutland news is  still around with his breezy, witty,  send-offs. Evidently the good air  about his mountain home gives  him at this season that effulgence  in satire and lyric, but it does not  seem to alter him very much from  his fence-rail characteristics. Was  the .Christmas cheer conspicuous  by its absence i> I see no change  whatever.    What next ?  Obituary  Mrs. M. T. Bird  The death took place Monday  afternoon, at the age of 68, of Mrs.  Bird, wife of M. T. Bird, of Rutland. Mrs. Bird had been in failing  health for some two years past but  for the past,two mouths has been  sinking rapidly and on Monnay  passed away in the presence of all  her family who reside in the district.  The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. D. J.  Welsh officiating, assisted by the  Rev. Wm. Vance. A short service  was held at the house at which a  large number of Kelowna and  Rutland people were present.  Mrs. Bir,d was born near Belleville, Ontario, and in the spring of  1883 Mr. and Mrs. Bird came well  and settled at Grenfell, Sask. Six  years ago they moved into this  district.  Mrs. Bird was a life-long member of lhe Baptist church,and when  she wns able was an enthusiastic  worker in the church. She was  the mother of a very large family  of whom three sons and two  daughters are living in the neighbourhood. One of the daughters  is Mrs. J. W. Jones, of Kelowna,  wife of the mayor.  Mrs. A. E. Gilbert, a married  daughter from Vancouver, was  present at the funeral.  Mission Creer\ and  Benvolin Notes  , (Frosa ear ewa corresponded)  Skating parties have been quite  fashionable the last few weeks,  but now since ihe snow has come  sleighing parties will be the order.  On New Year's Day a hockey  match was played between the  Rutland boys and a picked team  from the Mission Creek and Benvoulin boys. The score was 1-0 in  favor of the home players.  The regular weekly meeting of  the Benvoulin Literary Sociely was  held last Friday evening at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott.  Papers were given on the " Aims  and Ideals of Life."  A very enjoyable evening was  spent by the young people of Benvoulin at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Squair laat Monday, it being the  occasion of the tenth anniversary  of their wedding. The evening  waa spent in music, games and  dancing, breaking up about I a.m.  A carnival waa held New Year's  Night on the pond near Mr. Gordon's. A large crowd was present  and the ice being in good condition for skating everyone enjoyed  themselves. Prizes were given for  the best costumes worn. The  ladies' prize was won by Miss May  Dav, dressed as a queen. The  gentleman's prize was won by Mr.  Fred Day, dressed as a pirate. The  girl's prize was won by Jean Murray ; the boy's by George Swordy.  The " Summerland Review " advertises for " a few loads of wood  which we are willing to take in  payment of subscription accounts."  That's not a bad idea. We need  to keep warm. Come along,  some-of you back numbers and  bring us a load of wood.  List of Winners at the  Kelowna Poultry Show  Judge Commends Good Showing of High-class  Birds  Will Stimulate Interest in Poultry Keeping  Class XIII.-Gsese  Below is given a list of the prize  winners at the Firat Annual Poultry Show held last week-end  under the auspices of the Kelowna  Poultry Association.  The success of the show reflects  the greatest credit upon those who  worked so hard for, it. The president. Mr. Stockwell, the superintendent of the show, Mr. A Not-  ley, and the secretary, ��. L. Ward,  were most energetic in their determination to give Kelowna the best  poultry show it had seen, and  they dit it.  The visiting judge, Mr. Edwards  of Victoria, expressed the greatest  pleasure at the splendid collection  of birds which had been got  together and Kith the capital arrangements which had been made  for their exhibition. The exhibition of poultry at the last fall fair  was a great advance on any previous year, but the show last week  eclipsed that entirely not only in  numbers but in the quality of the  slock shown.  An indication of the good done  l>y the show in stimulating interest  in better poultry was seen in the  number of orders booked for sittings of eggs from some of the  prize winners.  Class I. American  Barred Rocks  Cock. I it 2, W R Moore. Okanagan  Landing,  Hen. |, W R Moore ; 2, Mack Cope-  lend.  Cockerel. I, W R Moore; 2. J C Stock.  wall ; 3. Mock Copelnnd.  Pullet. I of 2, W R Moore ; 3, F R E  DeHert.  Beat pullet (subscription to "Successful  Poaltrymon "), W R Moore.  Pen (specie! prizes of ��5, given by P  Burns, Ltd. ; $3 by Royal Hotel ; $2 by  Rovel Hotel), I, W A Moore | 2, Mack  Copeland ; 3, J C Stockwell.  White Rocks  Cock.     I, fl Briatow, Summer land.  Hen.    I, O Holden, Peachland.  Pullet.    I, H Briatow.  Pen (specie!   prize, value $8  given by  Morrison-Thompson Co.), O Holden.  White Wyandottea  Cock.    I, J C Stockwell: 2, D Erskine.  Hen.    I, J C Stockwell ; 2. H Bristow.  Cockerel. I, J C Stockwell ; 2, H Briatow ; 3, T Bulman.  Pullet. I. J C Stockwell | 2, R Bulman ;  3, R Bulman.  Pen (speciel prize $5 by P Burns & Co.),  O MacLaren.  Best Cockerel ($2.50 by F S Coates], J C  Stockwell.  Best cock [$2.50 by F S Coates), I C  Stockwell.  Best hen [scarf pin value $3, by J B  Knowles], J C Stockwell.  Beat pullet [subscription to "Successful  Poultryman "|, J C Stockwell.  Partridge Wyandoltes  Cock.    I, S J Weeks.  Hen.   2, S J Weeks.  S.-C. Rhode Island Reds  Cock.    I. Rev D J Welsh.  Hen.    I, Rev D J Welsh.  Cockerel.   2, Rev D J Welsh.  Pullet. I, S~| Week. ; 2, Rev D J Welah.  Best pullet [subscription to " Successful  Poultrymen"], S J Weeks.  R.-C. Rhode Island Reds  Cock. I, J C Stockwell ; 2, E B Gay ;  3, W Blackwood.  tlen.    I, J C Stockwell| 2, E B Gay.  Cockerel.    I At 2, A D Monsees.  Pullet. I, J C Stockwell: 2, A D  Monsees.  Best cockerel [$2.50 by F S Coates], A D  Monsees.  Best pen ($5 by Kelowna Sawmill Co.],  J C Stockwell.  Class II.-Asiatics  Cock.  Hen.  Pullet,  Light [Iranian  I, Meek Copeland.  I, Mack Copelend.  Langshans  2, R H Flower.  Class III.- Mediterranean  S.-C. Brown Leghorns  Hen.    I, H Briatow ;   2. J C Stockwell.  Cockerel.    I, I McGarrity : 2, H Bristow.  Pullet.    I, J McGarrity ; 2, JC Stockwell.  Best   pen  ($5  by Aid   Raymer], J Mc.  Garrity.  S.-C. White Leghorns  Cock.    I,P W Welsh i 2,R Sutherland.  Hen, I, P W Welsh | 2. O Holden | 3,  R Bulman.  Cockerel. I tt 2, P W Welsh | 3, R  Bulman.  Pullet.    I & 2, P W Welah.  Best pen [$5 by P Burns & Co.], P W  Welsh.  Best cockerel and best pullet [subscriptions to "Record "j, P W Welsh.  Best pullet [subscription to "Successful  Poultryman], P W Welsh.  Buff Leghorns  Hen.    2, H D Rigga.  Cockerel.   2 & 3, H D Riggs.  Pullet.   3, H D Riggs.  Black Leghorns  Pullet.   2 & 3, A Ashworth.  Beat pullet  [subscription to "Successful  Poultrymen "], A ABnworth.  Black Minorcaa  Hen.    I 8. 2, A Notley.  Pullet.    I, A Nolley j 2, H D Riggs.  Best pen [suit case value $15 by Lequime  Bros.), H D Rig8a.  Best pullet [aubscription to "Successful  Poultryman "), A Notley.  Beat hen [$2.50 by F S Coates], A  Notley.  Anccnas  Cockerel.   2, J R Brown.  Pullet.    I & 2, J R Brown.  Class IV.-Hamburgs  S.-C. Hamburgs  Hen.    I, H Bristow.  Cockerel.    I, H Bristow.  Pullet.    I, Mack Copeland.  Beat pen [pipe value  $3   by  Crawford  & Co.), Mock Copeland.  Class V. English  White Orpingtons  Cock. I, W J Shain ; 2, Bennett 8c  Toylor.  Hen. ' 1 & 2. J C Stockwell.  Cockerel. I, W Blackwood ; 2, W J  Shain ; 3, C C Pro wae. -��  Pallet.    I, C C Prowee ; 2, W J Shain.  Beat pen (carving set value $8, by D  Leckie), Bennet & Toylor.  Buff Orpin./ons  Cock.    I, A E Harrison.  Cockerel.    I, A E Harrison.  Pullet.    I. 2 6t 3, A E Harrison.  Rest   pen   (silk   umbrelle value $5, by  Oak Hell Clothing Co.), Ruasell Sutherland  Class VI.  Silver Campines  Cockerel.    I, R H Flower.  Pullet.    I. R H Flower.  Beat   pen   (clock  volue   $4,   by   W  R  Trench), R H Flower.  Class VII. Cornish  Hen.    I, Russell Sutherland.  Cockerel.    I, Rnsaell Sutherland.  Best pen ($2 by Mr.  Bigelow), Russell  Sutlieiiand.  Class VIII. Crosibreds  Hen. 1, Ian Cameron ; 2, Mack Cope,  land | 3. S J Weeks.  Pullott !, R H Flower ; 2, Mack Cope-  land.  Class IX. Ornamental Bantams  Golden Sebrights  Cock.   2, Mack Copeland.  Hen.    2& 3, Mack Copeland.  Bul? Cochins  Hen.    I, Mack Copeland.  Cockerel. I, A Weddell; 2, Mack  Copeland.  Pullet. 2, A Weddell | 3, Mack Copeland.  Black Cochins  Cock.   2, A Weddell.  Hen.   I, : 2 & 3, A  Weddell.  Cockerel.    I,  Pullet. I e> 2, W W Welch ; 3, A  Weddell.  Any Other Variety, Bantams  Cock.    2, Meek Copeland.  Pullet.   2, Mack Copeland.  Best collection of, Bantams ($5 by Aid.  D W Sutherland), Mack Copeland.  Class X. Game Bantams  Old English Game Bantams  Cock.    I. Mack Copeland.  Cockerel.    2 & 3, Mock Copeland.  Pullet.    I tx 2, Mock Copeland.  Clssi XL-Utility Pern  1. IV MacFartane.  2, A Boldock.  Special, E B Gay.  Clsu XII. Ducks  Pekin  Drake.    I, W Sturtridge i 2, W Black.  1 wood.  Duck.    I, W Slurtiidge ;   2, W Black.  1 wood.  {     Best pen (tobacco pouch  value $4, by  ' W M Parker ot Co.), W Sturtridge.  Toulouse  Goose.    I, J Berrard.  Gander.    I & 2. J Berrard.  Best goose in show (box of  chocolates  value $3, by McKenzie Co.), J Berrard.  Class XIV.-Turkeys  Bronze  Mala. I. FRE DeHart: 2, W Blackwood ; 3, Ian Cameron.  Female. I, FRE DeHart; itx3.Ua  Cameran.  But pen (box ef cigars value *5, by  B N A T Co.), F fi E DeHart.  Class XV.-fiissp.  Homers  I tV 2, HO Riggs.  3, A Weddell.  Best pair (box of chocolates value $2.50,  by K F Oxley), H D Riggs.  Fantails  I, Mack Copeland.  Tumblers  I, A Weddell.  Cists XVI. Rabbits  Belgian Hares  Buck.    I, A Weddell.  Doe.    I, A Weddell.  Best pair ($2 by Dr. Boyce), A Weddell.  Class XVUI.-Eg|s  Brown. I, E L Ward ; 2, A Boldock ;  3, J C Stockwell.  White. I, J C Stockwell | 2. W Black-  wood.  Tinted. I, A Ashworth ; 2, H D Rigg j;  3. J C Stockwell.  Best collection ($5 by A Peabody), J C  Stockwell.  Other Special Prizes  Best male bird in show (suit of clothes  volue $25, by Thos. Lawson. Ltd.! P W  Welsh.  Best pen Red Cops (box of cigars value  $5. by B N A T Co.). J C Stockwell.  Best display by exhibitor under 20 yeara  of age ($5 by G C Rose), Mack Copeland.  We have been asked to acknowledge with thanks, on behalf of the  Hospital committee, the following  contributions:  In kind.  F. A. Taylor, box of apples.  Mrs. Birch, lettuce,  Mrs. D. Campbell, 7 quarts fruit.  Mrs. Kincaid, 7 quarts fruit, buns  cookies, candies.  C. K. L. Pjman, goose.  W. H. Rice, goose.  Mrs. Peabody, turkey, plum pudding, box Japanese oranges.  P. Burns Co., turkey and goose.  Mrs. M. E. Cameron, turkey.  T. Hennessy, box Japanese oranges and candies.  Rembler Paul, a lengthy list of  good things greatly appreciated.  Watson Bros., 2 boxes apples,  sack onions.  In cash.  Methodist Church special collection, $25.  Ceo. F. James, $5.  D. H. Rattenbury, $5.  B. Mathie, $6.  W.R.Glenn, $10.  J. B. Knowles, $10.  G.C. Rose, $10.  F. A. Taylor, $50.  Pres. Ladies Aid, Benvoulin, $5.  J. S. Thompson, $5.  Rev. Father Verbeke, $5.  Christmas collection, S. Andrew's  church, Ok. Mission. $32.90.  Ok. Mission Supply Co., $10.  Hospital box. Kel. Club, $5.30.  do.        Palace Hotel, $4.  do.        Lakeview Hotel, $3 55  do.       Lequime Bros., .25c.  W.T. Ashbridge, $25.  Musical and Dramatic  Society  A committee meeting of the  Musical & Dramatic Society was  held on January 4th when thc  accounts of the variety concert  were passed, and as a satisfactory  result of that effort the financial  affairs of the society are once moie  in good shape. It was resolved  that a concert on the same linen ns  that of December 19th, shall be  given before Lent. A dramatic  production will follow soon after  Lent aS possible and the season  will conclude with a performance  of light opera or musical comedy.  All ladies and gentlemen desirous  of joining the society are earnestly  requested to send in written or  verbal application without delny  to the secretary Mr. J. L. Macready,  P.O. Box 265. The Orchard City Record  Thursday, January 9  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Puhlithetl ivery Thursday at the Office,  KstoiOna, B. C.  /Otf.V LEATHLEY, Editor and Proprietor.  Subscription $1.50 per annum,  Tt) United States $2.00 per annum.  Advertising 'ates upon application.  A Woman's Standing  Under B.C. Law  The following letter from Mrs  Kerr as a contribution to the local  agitation (or Woman Suffrage will  b? read with interest no doubt,  and it would be vastly amusing to  overhear some of tlie comments  to which it will give rise. Probably nine-tenths of that predominating class of women who are  becoming known as " women of  the old school " (curious significance in that term), will dismiss the  question with " What difference  'loes it make what the law is ? "  Thank goodness, that is true in  most well - conducted lamilies,  whose conduct is regulated bv  higher lawi il---. nnnenr in the  statute book. But there are many  exceptions where man-made law,  and woman-made law too, il you  like, is necessary to see that justice  is done.  To the Editor of the  " Kelowna Record."  Dear Sir :--  There has been a good deal of  discussion lately on British Columbia laws as relating to women. A  statement of some of these laws  may be of interest.  /. Education and Disposition o] the  Child. A mother has no right of  possession in her legitimate child.  The father has sole authority in  in the education and disposition of  his child, though the mother is  equally responsible for its main-  tenance.  The father has the right to ar.  range by will the guardianship and  educatron of his child, even before  its birth, till it shall b'e 21 years of  age.  The consent ot the father or  guardian is necessary to the marriage of minors of either sex under 21 years of age, but the consent of the mother is nol necessary  if the father or guardian appointed  by him, consent.  A girl of 12 years or a boy of 14  years may be legally married in  this province.  In the case of a deserted wife  the husband has the right to collect and use the earnings of their  minor children. He may also collect and use his wife's wages in  some cases.  2. A wife is nol entitled lo dower  in any land in the owner.shp of her  husband. He may sell it or give  it away without consulting her.  This holds good even it the wife's  money helped to buy it. He may leave  her penniless.  3. A widow's portion. If the husband should die without a will, the  widow has one-third interest for  life i i all real estate owned by him  at hisd'nth. ifawido. md child  ren survive, tho widow gets the use  of one-third of the real estate, the  children inherit two-thirds and at  her death the mother's portion.  If there are no children, one-half  ol a man's eslate goes tohis widow,  thr other half to his own people,  however remote the relationship.  If no next-of-kin can be found it  may go to the crown.  4. If an unmarried son or daughter die without a will, leaving a  father, mother, brother and sisters,  the father inherits it all, the mother  nothing, unless the properly came  through her, when she inherits  life interest in it. A minor (under  21) cannot make a will.  Attempts to reform these laws  have again and again been made  but have always failed, and must  inevitably fail so long as women  have no representation in the legislature.  DORA F. KERR, Sec.  Political Equality League.  Kelowna, January 6lh, 1913.  City of Kelowna  PUBLIC  NOTICE  NOMINATIONS  for  Mayor, Aldermen, and School  Trustees  The American Can Co. hns  leased land from the C.P.R. and is  arranging to establish a can factory  in Vancouver at once. The investment will total $750,000. Salmon, fruit, bisquit, and oil tins will  be manufactured. 60,000,000  salmon tins will be turned out for  the 1913 pack.  THE  RECORD OFFICE  FOR  JOB PRINTING  Public Notice is hereby given to  the Electors of the Municipality of  the City of Kelowna, that I require  the presence of the said Electors  at the Council Chamber, Bernard  avenue, on the  Thirteenth day of January, 1913,  at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose  of electing persons to represent  them in the Municipal Council as  Mayor and Aldermen, and on the  Board of School Trustees as School  Trustees.  The mode of nomination of  candidates shall be as follows ;���  The candidates shall be nominated in writing ; the writing shall  be subscribed by two voters of the  Municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall be delivered to  the Returning Officer at any time  between the date of this notice and  2 p.m. of the day of the nomination. The said writing may be in  the form numbered five (5) in the  Schedule of the Municipal Elections Act, 1911, and shall state the  names, residence and occupation,  or description of each person proposed, in such manner as sufficiently to identify such candidate ;  and in the event of a poll being  necessary, such poll will be opened on the  Sixteenth day of January, 1913,  at the Council Chamber, Bernard  avenue, of which every person is  required to take notice and govern  himself accordingly.  QUALIFICATIONS FOR MAYOR:  lhe persons qualified to be nominated  for and elected as Mayor aSiall be such  persons as are male British subjects of the  full age of twenty-one years, and are not  disqualified under any law, and shall have  been for six months next preceding the  day of nomination the registered owner  in the Land Registry Office, of land or real  property in the City of Kelowna. of the  assessed value, on thr last revised Municipal assessment roll, of One Thousand  Dollars or more over and above any  registered judgment or charge, and who  are otherwise qualified as municipal  voters.  QUALIFICATIONS FOR ALDERMEN:  The persona qualified to be nominated  for nnd elected as Aldermen shall be such  persons as are male British subjects of the  full age of twenty-one years, and are not  disqualified under any law, and have been  for the six months next preceding the day  of nomination the registered owner, in lhe  Land Registry Office, of land or real property in the City of Kelowna, of the assessed value, on the last revised Municipal  assessment roll, of Five Hundred Dollars  or more over and above any legisterad  judgment or charge, and who are other,  wise qualified as municipal voters,  QUALIFICATIONS FOR   SCHOOL  TRUSTEES:  The persons qualified to be nominated  for and elected as School Trustees shall be  such persons as are British subjects of the  full age of twenty-one years, and are not  disqualified to vote nt an election of  School Trustees in the Kelowna School  District.  Given under my hand al Kelow  na, B. C, this Second day of  January, 1913.  G. H. DUNN,  Returning Officer.  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angels' Church  in, ft, st snd  third Sundays in  : sscond snd fourth Sundays, alls.  Holy Conununinn, ft, st snd  third Sundays in the  s.i..... I and fourth Sundays, alls  Morning Prayer.  Litany on lite lirsl and third Sundayi  Morning Prayer at 11  o'clock:   F.vanini Prayer al  7:30.  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  first Sunday in monlh, Holy Communion atos.m.  Matins and Litany, II a.m.  Evensong 7:30  Second Sunday, Matins anrj Holy Communion si 11  Evensong 7:30  REV  THOS. GREENE. B. A., Raclor.  R-v. C H. MEYRICK. Assistant Priest.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kalowns.  evsning so, vies at 7:30  Muxnng Ss.vicsa si II a,ra.;��v.nin|s<  pin.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Weakly Prayer Meeting on Wadnssdaya al ft p.m.  Banvoulin Presbyterian Church.  Allernoon seivice at 3 p.m. Sunday School al 2 p.m.  METHODIST'  Kolowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek service Wednesday at 6 p.m.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON, .A.. B.D., Pastor  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptiat Church, Ellice St.  Sabbath Ssrvices at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 10 a.m.    Ail welcome.  Wed . 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welsh, Pastor.  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Residence 'Phone : No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  Well  equipped   with  Steam   and   Gasoline   Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Catered for  To All Parts ot the Lake  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD   AVENUE  All Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladiea' and   Genta' Rubber   Heels  of the Best Makes  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for lhe  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Plant and  Estimates  Furnished  Residence,    10   Lawrence  Ave.  PHONE 9S  KELOWNA-WEST BANK',  STEAM FERRY  ������      mini 111  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m'.  Leavei Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Westbank 11.30 a.m.  BEAR CREEK SERVICE,  FRIDAYS  Laavea Kelowna 10 a.m., 4,30 p.m.  Leaves Bear Craek 10.30 a.m., S p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE  "Empress" "Ridgway's" "Braid's"  Ground fresh while you wait by our new  Electric Coffee Grinder  A Full Line of Ready-Ground Coffee  40c. per lb.  In 1-lb. and 5-lb. tins  50c. per lb.  60c. per lb.  Satur ay Specials:  Braid's Big 4 Blend, 1-lb. tins, 35c. per lb.  Braid's Big 4 Blend, 5-lb. tins, $1.75 per 5 lbs.  NOTE.���The above price* on Braid's   Big  4 Blend  Coffee  will  continue  throughout  next week (ending January 18th).  Chiver s Black Currant Jam, 7-lb tins, $1.  Red Salmon.    Regular price, 25c, Special, 3 tins for 50c.  California Prunes, 25-lb. boxes, $1.50 per box.  Apples and Vegetables  We have a fine stock of both APPLES and VEGETABLES, which we will be pleased  to deliver to our customers in large or small quantities.  Prices, as usual, the Lowest  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  THE PIONEERS OF SATISFACTION  'Phone   "   22 'Phone   -    22  ������ar.  Great Clearing-Out SALE  -OF-  MEN'S SUITS  FINE PANTS  & OVERCOATS  From Jan. 11, till Jan. 25, inclusive  During this Sale we will reduce  OUR SUITS  OUR OVERCOATS  $30  to  $22  25  to  18  22  to  16  20  to  14.50  18  to  13  15  to  11  12.50  to  9  $25  to  $18  22  to  16  20  to  14.50  18  to  13  15  !to  11  12.50  to  9  PANTS:    One-third off Usual Prices  AU Goods Marked in Plain Figures  TERMS:   CASH ONLY  Oak Hall Clothing Co., Ltd. The Orchard City Record  Thursday, January 9  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co,  LIMITED.  CALL OR WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelotona, B.C.  HOCKEY  STICKS  MORRISON ��� THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Town and Country  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -   $17..SO per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless    -     -   $12.00 per ton  W. HAUG    -    KELOWNA, B.C.    -    u&"  Just About Now is the Right Time  (O call in and renew your subscription to t) e ' Record.'  llie Ladies' Hospital aid .acknowledge with thanks a contribution  of $15.00 from Mr. W.Haug.  The regular Church of England  Service will be held in the East  Kelowna school house on Sunday  afternoon next at 3 p.m.  Mr. S. Hodkinson, the choirmaster of the Methodist Church has  received within the last few days  a tempting offer from one of the  largest churches in Calgary to take  charge of the organ there. Fortunately, however, Mr. Hodkinson  is too well pleased with Kelowna  at present, snd contrary to report,  has declined the offer,  The secretary of the Board of  Trade has received a number of  copies of the special number of the  " Vernon News " for distribution  to its members. This is the biggest and best advertisement the  valley has yet had and members  should see that their friends get  copies.  The regular meeting of the W.  C.T.U. will be held at the home of  Mrs. Reekie on Thursday, January  14th at 3 o'clock. All members  and friends are cordially invited to  attend.  The Methodist Church has arranged to hold ita Annual Missionary Banquet this year in the church  on the evening on Monday, January 20th. Rev. J. G. Brown, M.A.,  B.D., who is at preaent in charge  of Enderby Methodist Church will  be the chief speakes of the evening. The toast list will call for  brief addresses by a number of  members of the congregation. It  is expected that over one hundred  and fifty will sit down to table.  The church raised over $1,600 last  vear for Missions and it is expected that the contributions this year  will reach at least the mark set last  year.  Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crawford,  left last Sunday on a trip east,  which will extend over a couple of  weeks.  The jingle of sleigh bells this  week has just added the touch necessary to. convince us that it really  is winter. We had begun to think  that season had passed ua by.  Through the enterprize of Mr. J.  Levitt the tennis court skating rink  ia in full swing again. Two rinks  are to be provided, one for hockey  and the other for ordinary skaters.  The latter class will no doubt appreciate being relieved from the  necessity of standing with cold feet  waiting until a hockey match is  over. A refreshment booth with  hot coffee is another improvement.  The rink is well- lighted nnd; if the  weather holds out it will be in first  rate shape. Arrangements are being made for a. carnival during the  next week or two. Hockey teams  are. also organizing for a local  league.  Mr. Levitt with his usual gallantry has reduced his pricea for ladies  at the skating rink. They can now  get. admission for 15 cents or a  season ticket for $3.  Messrs. Rattenbury 6t Williams  have moved info offices in the  Leckie block this week Thia has  been rendered necessary by a  change of ownership of the old  Royal Bank building which they  occupied. This latter is now being divided into two offices which  wilh be occupied by Mr. F. R. E.  DeHart and Mr. H. G. Hilliard. respectively.  The old South Kelowna Land  Cos offices opposite the wharf has  also new tenants this week. The  corner is taken by the Wilson-Hill  Land Co. and the other office by  Messrs. Ellison & Meugens,  A "bee "for making up linen  for the Hospital will be held at  Mrs. C. Blackwood's on Wednesday, January 15th at 2.30 p.m.  Will those ladies who are interested in the aid please attend.  E. C. Weddell was . successful this week in passing his  law examination and has accordingly been called to the bar as a  full-fledged barrister and solicitor.  The annual general meeting of  the Kelowna Hospital Society will  be held Tuesday afternoon next,  January 14th at 3 p.m. in Raymer's  Hall.  On Thursday next the Kelowna  Baptist Church wjll hold their annual business meeting when matters of considerable importance will  be dealt with and reports of thc  year's work adopted. At 7.30 in  the evening the usual banquet and  fellowship social will be held.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINE^ CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA,        "  a B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, s: B. C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetson Block, Kelowna   .   Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harvsr. B.A., Sc., C.E, D.LS, B.CL.S.,  and B.C.LS. '  CHARLES   HARVEY.  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phona 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  J College-  of  Muaic, and   no,   Mup. Doc., _Organi��t of the  Exhibitjonar Royal Collage of Muaic, and lately  with Kendriclt Pyne, Mua. Doc., Orgi  Cathedral, Man eh enter. Enf.  RECEIVES  PUPILS  At th. Studio, Trench Block, Kelowna.  Muaic of svary description  supplied.  P.O oa4J7!  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Bum ItIS "Phone 06  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  Recsivaa Pupils at Ms Studio in the MORRISON  BLOCK for l.e.eons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SU.0IN0 and HARMONY  3 year.' previous sss.ri.nca   Will play for dancs  Addrasa Box 257, Kelowna, B.C.   'Phone 67  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR t. BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  iiigs.Tov.ii and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, ilurinomj, Counterpoint, 5:c.  STANLEY HODKINSON  A.B.C.O.  (Associate of th. Roys] Collet, of O-aniets, Load.)  Gives lessons in the above, subjects.  Qualified   by  examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes   at local   examinations   (Trinity  College, London)  13 years' successful teaching experience  Studio   ���   Raymer Block  W* T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENCINEKt  Amoo. Mam. Can. 5oc, C. E       Gradual* T<u<pi��o  Watarworki and Sewaraga fttatama, PuwjMna Mid  ..���him* Planla. Concr.w Co-     '   '  * *  atructfon, tke.   " w%  KELOWNA. tt B.C.  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VBTERINAHY SURGEON  (Gradual. McGill Ualv.rslly)  Residence i   LAWRENCE AVE.  MetMgei  may  be  left  at  the  office  of  Moiare. Rattenbury & William.  Mias FRANCES A. PEARSON  I..R.A.M. (London)  leach" correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, S|NOIN0  Box 368, Kelowna.  Or apply "Record" Office.  CHARLPS WALJ,  ERENGH   POLISHER  Furniture Hopolitthod & Ueuooated  Box 345 ��� Kelowna. B.C.   i.. '.; .1, i.. .'..r  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flowers  Carnations  Chrysanthemum!  Violet*  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Whpligale gind Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat  Dajjy  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W, IUDIQW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one l.alf mile of town, and bqing  about loo feet above tha lake, it commanda a beautiful view of the town,  ffto and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ie only one GLENMOKF.. Don't misi the opportunity of aelecting a few acrea of thie deiirabla  property.  If you with a cheap building lot or an acre oi land call on ua find wa will  ahow you our aub-divUion  ��   WOODUWN   ��  in tho centre of tha town,     Plica*  monthly paymanta if ao deiired.  juat four bloclce from tho centra of the town,     Pticae low.   Terme ee*y,  ired.  Fire Insurance  Wa represent only the beat board companiaa.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  'i .  j-jui.   jwwnn.1 iitjti    ���_)..��� ..if  GO TO  EUiott & CopeWd  When you want a  -�����-���������-s-���-�����-�����-��-S��      .. I      *  They have the best values in the  City and District.  " Every Buyer a Booster"  Come and  see us   and   get   our  prices before purchasing  Elliott & Copeland  Real Estate and Insurance Brokera  'Phone 25 KELOWNA, $.C.  Il     . I.  . ut J     ,'.i   i.J.;..   UIII.MUUJ')       .uit.      '���'    i ail  01. LUMBER CQ��� Ltd.  aas f t  �� ���  | *._ T*  Are now completely equipped to  supply all your lumber   needs  We have now a large stock of  local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of   high-grade quality   and   in  splendid condition.  A c<8j>pjf^ line of,  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES.  ���  __���__���__������_���_ TrvrfdH', Jfrnpri'9  The Orchard Oitu Record  LOOK  If yuti are In need uf Heavy or Light  HARNESS  come and see our stock.    We carry the best line in  Team  Harness also Light Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and gents').    All kinds of  Whips,  Bits,  Bridles, Robes, Fly  Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices.  Come and   see   our  stock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now is the time to give your order.  i\6pa.inng is our special feature  Buggies,  Wagons,  Democrats,  &c.  To suit all purchasers  Feed  Hay,  Oats,  Bran,  Wheat,  Barley &  Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and  Orchard   Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue      -      KELOWNA  'Phone 150  JUlXfa ���ArttMJL-rrncbLdL ^cuud  ���.tlrWiM /Tier cmoML  cvrnjfoit Mam. a,  '"miatthiUd^  .f ������ .<r. a r  3��kI��V*i*j��.  uou know that uou &4ov a food  matfaess when pa eomehome Aom  uou\ viohk. uou Spend lots o4 time  in Sed^ you might just ad- well Se  eomloltalle. a Soft shMnau mat-  facto mil addtououleomioU. the  matfaess we sell'does notlump, we  ^themAeshfiavene&oneseOrWina  in oUen^ So ou\ matPiesses akeelean  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Homes Happy."  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Betwesn Presbyterien fit new English churches)  CUTFLOWERS   LETTUCE  Orders taken for  TOMATO, CABBAGE  and BEDDING   PLANTS  English Rose Troea and Climbers  A large assortment will arrive in the spring  PALMER A R0GERSON- Box 117  Telephone   ���   SB  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  . KELOWNA.  Wood Block Paving  Thr government Forest Branch  has lately been in correspondence  with Mr. G. M. P. Goes, Portland,  Oregon, touching on the matter of  wood block paving. The poosibil-  ittes of fir as a road maker have  neveibeen thoroughly investigated  in this country, and it is probable  that before long the provincial  authorities will issue some literature embodying-the results of trials  in various localities. Mr. Gbss  promises assistance in giving the  experience of the city of Seattle in  the wood paving experiment which  the lumbermen and the civic authorities are carrying on at the present time.  The people of this province may  find a new ard ever widening  market for wood products in lhe  demand of the prairie towns for  Douglas Fir blocks, creosotrd for  paving purposes. If it is profitable  to bring asphalt far inland from  such far-off points ns Trinidad, the  province may look to its wood  supplies to furnish one of the  most essential and most profitable  features in modern city building.  The Royal Bank of Canada has  established a branch Fort George.  A Welsh Presbyterian church  has been organized in Vancouver  with an initial membership of  nearly two hundred.  Every year, according 19 Sir Richard Powell, from thirty to fifty  thousand new cases of tuberculosis  develop in Great Britain.  The board of directors of the  International Meicantile Marine  Company has accepted the resignation of J. Bruce Ismay as president.  Almost $19,000,000 was spent  in the anti-tuberculosis campaign  in the United States in 1912, the  total showing an-increase of nearly  ���$4,500,000  or   20   per cent,  over  1911.  The head office of the People's  Trust Co. is being removed from  New Westminster lo Vancouver.  The New Westminster branch  office will be continued under the  management of Mr. E. J, C. Shaw.  The engineering department of  the Canadian Northern Railway is  advised of the completion of the  railway tunnel at Yale. The tunnel is 2074 feet long, ranking next  in size to the tunnel now being  driven through Battle Bluff on  Kamloops Lake.  A city park commissioner suggests the plan that the people of  San Francisco plant poppy seeds  on all hare places and hills, thus  beautifying the cily and creating  a favorable impression on their  visitors in 1915. This flower is  synonymous of Calilornia to easterners.  Preparations are under way to  celebrate in the spring the twenty,  fifth anniversary of the German  Emperor's succession. Getmany's  I 76 leading towns have contributed $20,000 which is to be devoted  to an illuminated address, containing the arms of each town. At  least four more biographies of lhe  Kaiser will also make their appearance in honor of the event.  The Provincial Royal Municipal  Commission consisting of Messrs.  W. H. Keary, H. A. Maclean, K.C.,  and W. K. Bull, which haa been  pursuing its investigation both in  this province aud throughout the  east during the past several months  has now closed its labors, and its  report, findings and recommendations have been handed to Attorney-General Bowser by lhe Commission Secretary, Mr. James Morton.  With a total output of $103,220,  994 worlh of minerals, B C. stands  second among the ore producing  provinces of Canada for 1911.  This output averages $14.42 per  capita for the year. For 1912 B.C.  smelter receipts compiled to Nov.  6th, show a total of 1,984,376  Ions, an increase of 20 per cent,  for the same period in 1911. The  1912 increase over laot year is  about 30 percent. The total value  of all metals mined in B.C. to date  is $430,000,000.  The English Liberal newspapers  ure exultant over the defeat of the  doctors in their fight against the  government in connection with its  state insurance act, and are congratulating the chancellor of the  exchequor on hie notable victory.  Mr. Lloyd-George has informed the  insurance act advisory committee  that close to 10,000 doctors had  joined panels all over the country  and that for seven-eights of the insured population medical benefit  on the panel svstem was certain.  Moreover he added that panels  were being filled up in district after  [district.  maw at*  THE  KELOWNA MACHINE SHOPS  OLD CANNERY. ABBOTT STREET  Don't leave your repairing too late as this is going to  be a busy spring.  YOU  want to be ready for the spring*work  WE  can do it for you  BROWN & fflcQUHRRIE, Props.  P.O. Box 147  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS.  INSURANCE  'Phone 217      -      Leckie Block  Hicks  Is  Clothing  Kelowna  Sure  There's a reason-Low expenses,  and no credit equal low prices  and high quality. In fact, everything low but quality.  See my  Men's Overcoats at - $13.50  ,, Suits - $10.00 to $20.00  ���   Hats -   $1.75 and $2.50  H. F. HICKS  Water Street North   -   Kelowna  (Near Bank of Montreal)  NOW  is the time  to list  Your  Property  th  witn  We have the Buyers  KELOWNA & KAMLOOPS  Raymer Block  Manager :   H. G. DEE  When Cupid hits the mark  she  always Mr��. it.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Door*, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  WILSON-HILL LAND CO.  NEAR ROYAL HOTEL.  Financial Experts and  Real Estate Brokers.  We have the best Subdivision buys in the City.  Sound, Paying Investments.  Open to buy or list City or Farm Property.  MANAGERS:  ALLAN WILSORl      GEORGE HILL.  A Real Good Start for New Year:-  Send us in that sub.���quick,  whilst you feel like it.  THE  HOWARD WATCH  WHEREVER  time is measured by minutes and  seconds,   instead   of  hours���the Howard ia the court ot  final appeal.  The Howard Watch hns t/tttt, ' In  accuracy, design and finish it shows the  spirit of the men who make it.  It has traditions and a history that  Americans ure proud of.  Every Howai d is adjusted as it fini  watch���cased and timed in its own  case at thc factory.  Printed ticket fixn the price��� {40  tojtco. Let us show "you this di��-  tincfjv: watch.  Sold by  J. B. KNOWLES  The Jeweler  Bernard Avenue        ���        Kelowna, B.C. MM  Thursday, Januunj 9  The Orchard Oity Record  Here's What  Makes  a Good Salad  Even if you have the best  recipe in the world and  know how to combine  the ingredients just right,  it is impossible to make  good Salad Dressing if  poor or impure Olive Oil  is used.  We have just received  from the importers some  of the real  Pure Olive Oil  It is the first pressing from  selected fruit pic'.ed just  before ripe enough to fall.  It is sweet as fresh cream  and has that nutty flavor  that makes a salad taste  so good. This is also the  kind for medicinal use.  PRICES  35c. 60c & $1  '. B. Wits I Co.  >RUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  PHONE 19  Wilson Landing and  West Side Notes  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining right* of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta/ the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  Britiah Columbia, may be leaaed for a. term  of twenty-one yeara at an annual rental of  $ I an acre. Not more than 2,560 acrea will  be leaaed to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by the applicant in peraon to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  righta applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee ot $5 which will be refunded if  the righta applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall ba paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of five cents per ton.  The peraon operating the mine shall fur-  nisli the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  right* only, but the leasee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  righta may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at the rate of $10 an  acre. (  For full information application should  be made to the secretary of the Department  of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of thi*  advertisement will not be paid far.  An ad. in the "Record"  it the hall-mark of a progressive  business.     Insist   upon   people  knowing you're there   *  Have you tried it  yet ?   Tried what ?  Sliptivity  Axle Grease  Good stuff  One pound tins, 15c.  Geo. Thomlinson  Harness Maker    - -     Kelowna  W.M.PARKEFUCo.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  WALTHAM  ELGIN  THE WATCHES THAT OFFER YOU MOST  Every watch on the market has  some good points, but the thing  you must consider is: which  watch has the most good points.  Upon that basis we invite your  comparison of the Waltham and  Elgin watches with all other  makes ��� ninish against finish ;  material against mate.ial; construction    against   construction.  These watches stand supreme  They are the most for the money.  A complete line from $5 to $75  W. M. PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Bernard Avenue - Kelowna  ��� All Repairs Absolutely Guaranteed  The engagement is announced  of Mr, Edmund Edgerly Somerset,  second son of the late Mr. Henry  Somerset of Newbury Berks, and  Mrs. Henry Somerset of Nahun,  Okanagan Lake, B. C, to Miss  Violet Malvina, eldest daughter of  Mr. John Gabriel Austin of Que-  Que, Rhodesia. We hope see the  young people here on their honeymoon trip and should be glad to  have them make their home among  us. Mr. Somerset was a visitor  here some yeara ago.  1 Mr. W. E. Gamage who is visiting Mr. and Mra. J. Ball is just re-  covering from a serious attack of  la grippe. He has been unable to  take part in the season's festivitiea  much to the regret of his many  friends.  On Saturday evening last the  Somerset Ranch was the scene of  a delightful evening party. About  forty invitations being sent ou'.  The blending of the usages of the  Old Country with the new formed  a tout ensemble which was much  appreciated by all. Nothing that  genuine kindness and hospitality  could suggest were missing in the  preparation for the comfort of the  guests who Mrs. Somerset received  in the large room which set apart  for dancing, and which had been  tastefully decorated in Japanese  style, while the Messrs. Somerset  were everywhere doing everything  needful in their own inimitable  fashion. Mrs. J. Porter added much  to the enjoyment of the evening by  her excellent repertoire on the  gramophone.  Mias Isabel Somerset /assisted  by Miss R. V. Ball was responsible  for the daintily served and varied  refreshments. She also gave some  fine selections on her violin while  the singing of Messrs. Stocks, Pal-  lisier and Horner was much appreciated. Amid expressions of  very genuine gratitude for the  kindness and hospitality of the  genial hosts and hostess, the guests  departed, all those from a distance  being invited to remain until next  day.  A sad catastrophe - occurred on  Friday last when the fine bouse  belonging to Messrs. Batchelor and  Seeley on their home ranch here  was destroyed by fire. Owing to  the high wind prevailing at the  time the efforts of Messrs. Seeley  and Gibson to save some of their  effects proved unavailing, as what  they did succeed in rescueing was  destroyed before it could be removed to a safer distance from the  fire, the intense heat of which soon  drove them back. Mr. and Mrs.  Seeley with their infant daughter  and Mr. Gibson went on to Mr.  Reid's home where he and Miss  Reid did all that kindness and hospitality could suggest for their comfort, while Mrs. Leney came prepared to care for the gastronomic  necessity of little Miss Seeley. Re-  gretable aa it all is, it is fortunate  the fire did not occur during Christmas week as Mr. and Mrs. Seeley  were then entertaining a large  house party. - Mr. Gibson greatly  regrets the fact that he has lost a  fine deer head, his first trophy of  an Okanagan hunt. Mr. and Mra.  Seeley, who left for Vernon Saturday morning, and also Mr. Batchelor have the sympathy of this  community.  WHEN WOMEN LED \  MU Fair Sex Has Been Well to tke  Fere in tke Past. But Wkere  Real Fighting Wss to  Be Done,  at tho French Revolution women  often led tbe bands of peasants who  rose against the aristocrats. At >  Troyes a similar Bight was seen  during the champagne riots which  convulsed the Aube Department ot  Pianos.  At the head ot the detachment  whioh one district sent to Join the  "Iron Battalion" marched a splendid-  looking young woman, wearing a  whWe-ltnitted cap, with the Revolutionary red ribbon twined around it.  Her starting-point forty miles from  Troyes, this girl tramped every step  of the distance between dawn and  dark. She was cheered by the crowds  when the arrived in Troyes.  It wss a girl, too, who headed the  great no-rent strike ln New York,  three years ago.  Nearly all the big tenements In  the Bowery, the most crowded section of darkest New York, are let to  agents, who sub-let them ln rooms or  small flats to the poor. The rents  are awful. A man will have to pay  twenty-five dollars a month for three  ���mall rooms on a fifth floor.  It will be remembered that at the  end of 1907 Eastern America suffered  from the worst times which had been  known in the States for very many  years, and the result was that evictions for non-payment of rent became  more and more frequent.  A REDUCTION IN RENTS  It was Ceollie Arkln, a ninoteen-  year-old girl, who devised the plan  of campaign, and banded together no  fewer than thirty thousand families,  who all vowed to pay no more rent  unless a general reduction of twenty  per cent, was granted. Each family  pledged Itself to shelter as many as  possible of Uie evicted ones.  The struggle was a long and bitter  one. Hundreds of families were turned out, but in tbe end Cecilie Arkin  Won a victory; for the agents compromised, and a general reduction of  ten per cent, was the condition on  which tlie strike was settled  The last Carlist rising In Spain  Was headed hy a woman. Thia was in  1801, and the Insurrection broke out  at Berga, in the turbulent province  of Cabalonla. The Identity of the  lady haB never leaked out. She was  tall, beautifully dressed, and rode  magnificently.  It was rumoured at the time that  she was Donna Bianea, Duchess of  Bragunza, and wife of Don Alfonso,  brother of Don Carlos. But this surmise was proved to be false, and to  this day her identity is a mystery.  There has always be^en a deal of  smuggling along the western end ol  the boundary line between the United  States and Mexico.  The most notorious of all these  smugglers wns a Mexican woman  known ns Lnliir, Queen of the Smugglers. She was mrtn young, and extremely good-loo'-'ng, and by her extraordinary talents rose to be head  of a band of most daring smugglers.  A QUEEN BETRAYED  For nearly four years she reigned  supreme, and then one day, ns her  long train of ''burros" (donkeys),  bearing contraband goods, wat crossing the Uio Grande, she was surprised by n sudden shower of rifle-  bullets. She had been betrayed, and  a strong force of Mexican "Rurales"  had been umbushed among the rocks.  Oue of her arms was broken by a  bullet, but with splendid courage she  gathered hej men and rode straight  uf the troops.  A soldier seized her bridle. She  cut him down, and for some minutes  a furious f'ght raged. . Then numhers  prevailed, ami she nnd her surviving  companions were pulled down. She  died in hospital a few days later.  There Is no part of the world and  no race which does not produce Its  fighting women. Quite lately our  Crown Colony of Southern Nigeria  has been plagued by a lady of colour  known us the "Omu."  Among her tribe she Is reckoned  officially ns a man, and cannot have  a husband/  After causing endless trouble to  the authorities she made peace, and  then coolly deirauded a seat upon  the legislative CounelL So far this  has not been granted, but It Is possible we may hear more of this coal-  black Suffragette.  Phone" 194  P. O Box 12  Office Crowley Block  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER  Ds.cors.tinf tt General Houae Repair.  General Houae Repairs will be  speedily attended to and absolute satisfaction guaranteed.  Call >t office if in town, 'phone or  write if at home.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plant snd Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office I No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box SI I  A sub. to the Record  it an honest investment which gives golden returns  D.A. CAMERON  Painter       Paperhanger  Apply  Above the " Record " Office  Tying the matrimonial knot la a  very prolonged and serious affair ln  Persia, ln tact, u wedding may extend for a week. On the last day of  the wedding the bride, who has been  treated as a sort of outcsst, Is conducted by a near relative to a room,  where she undergoes further and  more elaborate decoration.  She then returns to the guest-room,  nhd her dowry Is laid before her In  truys. The dowry often comprises  such queer things as cheap and highly-coloured oleographs, gandy vases,  birdcages, and many useful household articles. Having klsBed the  hearthstone of her home, she Is then  given bread, salt, and a piece of gold,  and thus equipped and closely veiled  she Is hoisted on to a gaily-adorned  donkey and, accompanied by a circuslike procession of friends, goes to her  future home, where her husband  awaits her.  "Are you a friend to William Bllg-  glna? That ne'er-do-wellT"  "I should think not, indeedl"  "Then you'll hardly be Interested  to hear that ho has Inherited a hundred thousand pounds."  "What? Dear old Bill!"  Asker: "How do you excuse thoso  mother-in-law Jokes of yours to your  wlfeT"  Fumlnan: "I tell her they refer to  her mother-in-law, and she says they  are not half bad enough." ti  ���...,�� r'i r n   rear t- .���.''������ ��� ����� I  START THE NEW YEAR * Wing .  STEEL RANGE  Mmaammm^��L  I     '���'������llliiil  All   sizes   in  slock.  Fuel Savers. Labor Savers, and a Large Oven.  Come in and talk it over with us.  Dalgleish & Harding  KELLER BLOCK  TEAMS FOR SALE  APPLY  Belgo - Canadian Fruit  Lands Co.  We Are Busy  But Not Too Busy  to give you the Best  and Quickest service  in any matter involving  JOB PRINTING  Our plant is modern  and growing all the  time, and we can  well satisfy you and  all your printing  requirements  Office Stationery,  Advertising Booklets,  Posters & Handbills,  Programs & Tickets,  Company and  Legal Forms  'PHONE 94  or call in at the office  Kelowna  Record  Printing Department  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   .   $75,000  MONEY TO LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE. AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE The Orchard City Record  rices  We have prices on  our goods that will  reduce the cost of  living.  GIVE US A TRIAL  ' THE STORE 0FPLENJ3?  'Phone - 35  Thursday, January 9  STM1 Ey? TRIE  Fortunes   Spent   '"   Cinema   Films  Taken Jit AM Hurt of the World.  ���Tflunipli of lhe picture  �� 1'lay limine.  After spending several months ln  the Jungles oi' Africa, equipped'wltn  10,000 ft. of film, ii complete canvas  (lark-room, and a camera with w gyro-  scupi-c attachment wti'cli enable, him  to tnlte pictures tiv a any. position or  angle without the 'iae of u sUuiJ, lhat  during cinematographer and naturalist, Mr, Cherry Koarton, la returning  home wilh some of the most amating  pictures ol' forest life ever taken.  Si.th beasts as lious, tlgere, ou'rang-  ouianga, and hlppqpbtami'are bomi at  oloa-e quarters, wliiie ano^hier Tlliu  shows a python m'aking'its way along  a Imimh without any perceptible'ef-  U.n nt locomotion.  Su< h an oxpcdRlori In starch of  material for the ever-growing picture  palace ia naturally a somewhat costly  affr.iir. As a matter of fact, thia enterprise has entutled a cost, of ovor  |2B,000, although this ia hy no means  a record, for the writer was recently  told lhat to secure moving pictures  showing "Buffalo Jonea," the well-  known cowboy, lassoing lions in tho  wihis of Africa $21,000 waa paid by  a  Loudon firm.  Demand for War Pictures  As a matter of .-.tact, film-makers  spare no expense in their efforts to  secure unique pictures. One thousand  dollars was paid for special positions  nlong the Coronation route, while In  United States it has cost as much as  $5000   to  stage  a  drama   for   photo-  r i] hlc purposes. And as an lliustra-  lioa ol thc enterprise of the American  Hlra-makerfl, the writer might mention that he was recently at a private  view of a Series of pictures depleting  scents from Irish novels, the actors,  numbering over twenty, being sent  from America to Ireland to play the  Incidents among the hills of the  Emerald Isle. '  t> Picture Prof lis  The question naturally arises, "Is  there much profit ixi be gained by  (securing such expensive films as  those mentioned?" There Is certainly  not ao much prof lit as when the industry Was in Ita infancy, when the  price of e lUm was 26 cents a foot,  and n film was reported to be making  a profit of ?26,000 a month. The price  of the film has dropped lo 8 cents a  foot, but, wherra* [n the early days  there were only a hundred or so  picture palaces In this country, today there are hundreds und they are  rapidly increasing. Furthermore, the  owner of a good film can sell the  same several times over tq__picture  palace proprietors. It might be mentioned, however, tlnit Uie owner of a  film Is usually aai agent, who buys  from tlie maker and lets to the exhibitor.  RjKjstc-trTrH^r, -. ,.TPc_ra:*r.*!E_��iM  arance.  All through the month of January as we proceed  taking of  stock our many  counters  will  be stocked  of all  ODDS and ENDS  mat must necessarily accumulate after a season's business  We have not as yet laid these goods on our tables, but, starting  Monday, January 6th*  For  the   whole month,  you  will  find  GOOD SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE  at prices that should appeal to the average person.  You may find such goods as  Ladies', Misses, and Children's Coats, Sweaters,  Odd Lines of Hosiery, Blouses, Skirts,  Knitted   Petticoats,  Boots and Shoes,  Remnants of Dress Goods, of Manneiettes,  Silks, Ribbons, Embroideries, Laces, Veilings,  Curtain Materials, Beltings, Blousings,  Art Serges, Cretonnes, etc., etc.  These goods will not be all put on sale at once, but  every day through stock-taking  you may expect to see something different.  OUR MEN'S FURNISHINGS  Also will have a genuine clean-up, and, if you, need a Shirt, a Hat, an Overcoat,  or anything on these bargain tables, you will surely make a five dollar bill go some.  OI IR    r^AI   F"r\lP)AR^ for 1913 are not put up  in suitable  form  vvLJiA    \^/At_/LLilN|L//Al\kJ       for   mailing   without injury, and we  shall be glad if our patrons will call and get one.  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phor.es :       Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  1700 Milt's Per Minute Is llie Rate at  \\Iticli ii Wire TiiiM'll.il Around  the World Though this la  Hot the Record.  With u view to finding out how  quickly a message could be sent  round the world, the editor ot die  'New York Times' recently carried  out an Ingenious test. He wrote a  message of nine words addressed to  tbe paper, and dispatched It eastwards. Tlie message completely  girdled the northern hemisphere,  traveling through Honolulu to Manila,  thence to Hongkong, Singapore, and  lioinbay, from which point it sped  i n wards to Suez, thence to Gibraltar,  towards Fayal, and finally re-arrived  at New York, a distance of 28,618  miles.  No attempt was made to clear the  line for Its transmission In the hope  of establishing a record, but the  messages was sent under ordinary  commercial conditions. The message  passed through sixteen relay stations,  aud sixteen and a half minutes after  1t left New York it re-entered that  city, thus travelling at an average  speed of 1,700 miles per minute.  This, however, is not a record. The  quickest time in which a message has  boon dispntoh.^d round the world was  in celebration of the opening of the  l-'nelfic cable, when the globe was  telegraphically encircled in nine and  n half minutes. In that case, however, tlie line' was cleared specially  for the passage of the message.  Iu ii Remote 1'iirt of India During a  Service ut n Mission a Tiger  Ouce l'ut in nn Appearance.  But Turned 'full.  It is the commonest of common  sights In the Hollands of Scotland,  and in some of the remoter churches  of the English Utile district, to see  dogs at church. Their sheep-dogs are  such inseparable companions of the  shepherds that they would both look  upon It as un unforgivable insult if  one went anywhere without the other.  So, when the shepherd goes to church,  his dog goes with him, and .so .cell  trained sure they that It is most unusual for any of them to stir during  the service. They lie under t.h�� seats  and generally go to Bleep ��� a practice  in which they are not tmUute t by  their masters, for the Scottish s.iep-  herd is not accustomed to sleep under  the longest sermon.  Rnllocki In Ihe llapllvlrj.  At the present moment a dog mny  be seen ln a I.onilo.ii cliurcli, for certain rclonlotts ;'!iil sacrilegious persons have iwten to nibbing the  offertory-boxes at Wesiminstoi Cathedral by ii'iglit. So Hie authorities  have added to the staff ��� watch-dog,  whose duty It' Is to keep his eye on  the money-boxes. Whether he stays  during the service hours we do uot  know, but it Is very unlikely that he  does. He is probably only a night  watch-man ��� or watch-dog ��� and  goes home to supper and bed when  other people are thinking about  breakfast and I' e day's work.  Many people consider that the presence of a dog iu church is a profanation of the sacred edifice, but  surely a pig Is much more io. Yet a  pig might have beeu seen quite lately  In a crate at tlie base of the pulpit  during tlie harvest thanksgiving services at the Grimsby Fishermen's  Church. It transpired that the ml-  nlstor had solicited a contribution  from a local farmer, who said, "What  would you like?" to which the minister replied, "Oh, anything (rom the  farm." Well, tho farmer might have  sent potatoes, or eggs, or butter, or  cheese, or even bacon, but he elected  to send a pig -- not in a poke, but tn  a crote. His contribution to tlhe  harvest thanksgiving services was  thank fully received, and after the  services were over waa sold for a  good price for t he benefit of the  church funds. Tho animal behaved  splendidly in Its unusual surroundings.  Tim Much (or the Tiger!  On one in caslpn at a mission church  In ii remote village of India a tiger  pujl lii nn attendance. At any rate,  litlO monarch of the Jungle entered the  Chun li - - probably for the first time  111 his Ufo ��� but Wheu the whole  congregation rose "eninasse" he was  evidently not qn.lo sure whether It  v.t.s a sign ot welcome or of menace.  The I'ger was us much frightened as  the congregation, turned tall, sprang  out by the way he .had entered, and  disappeared Into his native haunts.  In llie north-west of Canada a boar  enco strolled Into a church. There  v.t.s an Immediate lmnic among the  women, and some men sprung towards  t'.ie shaggy linisl, intending to slay  t.im. Bruiih, however, took all these  I i.ii "s very coolly, sat up, and looked  to unliable and unaggressive that, In-  rtood of killing him, the men laughed  it nihil Indeed, It was almost im-  lredately seen Unit the bear was the  Identical animal which bad formerly  l sen the pel bt the village, and whioh  had run from the settlements into the  v.'otn!s about six months before. He  I.ml only returned to pay his respects  I. his Old friends, and finding them  611 nl fUnroll had evidently thought.  Ke itU*>il as well go too.  I Hi: KING'S PRIVATE UAJrE  If the King were to renounce the  'liireno nnd resolve to become an or-  i m'.ry i.s/cii be would be cmlled  I n; e SVeStln.' How does the name  .,. i rvr:u In be Klug George's sur-  ] .,. Ill's is t'.iu answer: ���  i,u,n ,i ',..;.:.., married Albert,  r k- cf Saxo-Ctffcours-Gotha, of th��  :, i cr liranih ot llio House of Saxony.  The family name by which this house,  fating from lhe middle of tho tenth  tr : t ii ry, rx'ne to Ini known afterwarda  \       IV   I  i. ' '' ' this w: s n id is the  STOCKTAKING  SPECIALS.  FOUR.  Leard's Canned  Chicken,  ,   fine for salads  or cold meat,  1 lb. tins, 40c. each.  Leard's Chicken  Soup,  good for persons  sick or well,  21b. tins, 25c. each.  Robertson's Scotch  Marmalade,  as good as the  best,  21b. tins, 25c. each.  British Columbia  Salmon,  flavor good, but  color very light,  1 lb flat tins, 2 for 25c  We don't want to  have one can of  above when  We take .  stock  ���   the end of  January.  The McKenzie Co,  Limited  |,-WMiTri-M~aWMIillMMil|ll_HWI>i|ff|l||l|IPI|ji       .  [WANTED! 1  2 Centi per word, tlrat insertion and  1 Cent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 eats.  POSTS FOR SALE  Fir.  ceder and  (atnarac posts. Price  (delivered) quoted on application. Apply  Bouvette & Meuser. P.O. Box 448. 2*9  FIR WOOD FOR SALE  .EAlio   Cottonwood.      Delivered.    Apply  Bouvette & Brown, Box 448. 43if  '   FOR SALE  Fresh Milk Cow.    Apply Cather, Kel.  owna.   'Phone B4 4-6  PRUNING  The above  work undertaken by con*  tract or by the day.     Apply H.  C, Box  134, Kelowna. 4.7  PASTURAGE  Cattle or horses well fed and cared for  hy South Kelowna Land Co.  Apply R. S.  Hall, Mission Ranch. 4-7  DRY WOOD FOR SALE  Apply F.  A. Taylor or   Lynn  Harvey.  K.L.O. Bench. 5tf  WOOD FOR SALE  Cut 24in $4 per rick delivered;   Min.   and  I6in. $2.50 delivered. Cather, phone 34.  5tf  $10 REWARD  For return of red and white cow, branded  FC on   right   hip   and   left  shoulder.  No  ther mark.   Cather, Phone 34. 5tf  LOST  Mooly heifer, 2 year, all  dark brindle, no .  white, faint brand IA right hip. $5 reward 1  Record Office or  C. H. Leathley, Rutland. m  HAY FOR SALE  Clover, $15 ton.   Record Office   or C.   H.  Leathley, Rutland.  BALED HAY  Second crop, delivered   anywhere   in  the  Valley, $24 per ton.   Apply  M.  Hereron,  Kelowna, 6tf  STRAYED  From my place Friday, Dec. 27, sorrel or  chestnut mare, lame on one foot, branded.  Rewaid will be given for information  leading to recovery, or return tp A, W.  Dalgleiih, Rutland, B.C. 6tf  YOUNG LADY ~~ I  Has time to clean tne er two offices.  Regular preferred. Apply box L.V.,  Record Office. 6-7p  BICYCLE for sale cheap.    Record Office-  AS LADY HELP -  er children's nurse.   Poiition  wanted, 'j  Good  cook.   Experienced.   M, box  484,  Vernon. 6-7  OAT SHEAVES  for sale.   Goed  feed.    $15 per ton at  stack.    Apply J. Birch, Pendozi street.  WANTED  a goed general Servant. Three in family.  Wage* $16.    Apply box X, MR��<erd"  Office. 7tf  FOR SALE  Set ef single driving Harness in  good  condition i   alee  pair ���! chape.    Apply  Harold DeHart, McKeiWs etore.        7tf  FOR SALE  ��� Power Sprayer, 2 h.-p. engine, 250 galley tank. In good condition. Apply E. B.  Cay, Vernon road. 7-6  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our trees are vigorous,  well rooted, and true to  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  the best bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, that got the highest  priies at the greatest apple  shows in tha world.  Wa want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 23  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA. B.C.  J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Mangr.  Frank 'Mitchell  (from England)  Contractor for Plastering  ' and  Non-smoking  Fire Places  Apply Royal Hotel

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