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 Meeting of Meeting of Board of  City Council        ^ Tnata  Plumbing Inspector Appointed  The council met last Friday with  a full attendance.  A letter was readjfrom a resident of Okanagan Landing stating  that he had heard that the council  has an old fire engine for sale and  offering to purchase it for $150, as  his fire insurance rates were very  high owing to the absence of any  fire protection.  A query was made aa to whether  the old hand pump or the gasoline  ' engine was intended.  Aid. Copeland  said  that some  i day the city might get a big thing  out  of the old hand pump as a  curiosity, it having been one of the  old  original engines  of the San  \ Francisco brigade in the early days  , of that  city.   They had already,  i he  understood, had  negotiations  | regarding ita purchaae by the San  Francisco council.  The gasoline engine, said Aid.  Sutherland, had cost $2,250 with  all equipment. In spite of recent  criticisms it  had always run well  (when  there  had  been   someone  who knew how to take care of it.  Chief Sutherland is   Made  Truant Officer  The Board of School Trustees  met Tuesday afternoon last for  what is now their regular weekly  meeting. Trustees Lawson, McKenzie, Bigger and Knowles were  present.  The correspondence included  amongst other matters a letter from  Mr. H. Ounnell, of the Dept. of  Education, respecting the opening  in Kelowna of a school for manual  training. It was considered impossible, however, to do anything  towards taking up the subject until the new school was completed  and proper accommodation became available, and the secretary  was instructed to write to that  effect.  Mr. J. B. Whitehead wrote asking for the use of a room in the  school for the holding of evning  classes in connection with St. John's  Ambulance Association. A resolution waa passed, however, that the  secretary write Mr. Whitehead to  the effect that there were no rooms  available except what were  used  daily for teaching purposes, and it   11 .1      .      ���  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY.  MAR. 6  Must Have Licence  to Carry Firearms  New Regulations of Interest to  Hunters  . ��� I unuy ior teacmng purposes, and it  g?      [>lriS        would therefore be impossible  to  but  Kelown. I <.���,���,���,;,, the proposition.  Chairman Lawson who had been  appointed to interview the Police  Commj- implei;'!8Pect,n8 tne aP-  poinl ' Sutherland   as  | It would still be _ _        tome  small  place,  but  Kelowna  had outgrown it.  The discussion here drifted into  some interesting reminiscences of  fire fighting in the early days with  the primitive apparatus which the  city then possessed.  It was decided to hand the letter over to the fire committee.  Aid. Copeland proposed on behalf of the police commissioners,  that the salary of Chief Sutherland  be raised to $125 per month. In  making this proposal Aid. Copeland aaid the commissioners had  been making inquiries and bad i Mr. A. RJ Lord. For this sen  found that Kelowna wu^ymtlto was to be allowed a salary  the lowest salary for its chief in '����������� ���*^*���  the valley.   They had a good man  in Chief Sutherland and he felt  point  Truant ^,,e  Commissio,  whatever tc  It was  t  Chief Suth  ���������  ���.......uu   and  he  rm  that it waa only right he ahould be  paid a little more. The resolution  'waacanied.  Aid. Taylor reported the result  of his inquiries respecting the appointment of a plumbing inspector  and recommended Mr. P. E. Corby  for the position. A resolution was  passed appointing Mr. Corby for  six months, the city to hand over  all inspection fees as his remuneration.  Aid.   Copeland    reported   that  'Mr. F. M. Buckland had requested  .the Board of Works to put in a fill  at the junction of Buckland avenue  and  Pendoxi street.   There were  several fine residences going up in  that neighbourhood   and   it   was  necessary to fix up .this street in  order to provide access to them.  If done  now  the  earth could be  [taken from the  excavation being  made for Willit'a new building at  a cost of about $250. If done later  the material   would   have to be  'hauled from the nuisance ground.  The council authorixed the work  to be done the cost to be charged  to the new street opening account.  The action of the light and water  committee in placing contracts for  .pipes and supplies with Mr. D.  Leckie and the Morrison-Thompson  Co., was confirmed   by   the  [council.  The matter of the Kelowna  , land's request for a grant for new  instruments was brought up again  by the mayor who stated that he  'had been approached on the matter of the council's decision at  'their laat meeting���that in the event  jof their being called upon to pay  for the instruments thev would  'deduct the amount from the regular monthly grant. He had stated  o Mr. Crowley that owing to financial stringency and the claims of  jther public institutions upon the  council for grants he thought that  l $900 was all the council could  donate to the band this year,  Aid.   Calder   spoke    at   some  length in favor of the band and its  usefulness in the city.  There were  few people who did  not appreciate a  good  band, and a town  leemed dead without one.    Armstrong, Vernon, and all other towns  'in the valley had one, and Kelow-  Hna should have  a  good one, too.  lit seemed a pity if for the sake of  ���two or three hundred dollars we  <rted  that  the  no objection  posal.  .   decided   that    je appointed   to  this position, n^i duties to commence from March 1st. His instructions as to the hunting up. of  delinquent pupils were to be taken  of  $10 per month. ^^^^^^^^^  The school estimates for the  year were submitted, and a resolution was passed that the chairman  be entiusted with the placing of  them before the city council al  their next meeting.  Trustee Knowles drew attention  to the fact that the contractor was  now almost ready to commence  the building of the new school.  He thought the architect should  have someone at hand to supervise  the work from the beginning. This  opinion was shared by the rest of  the Board and it was decided to  send the following telegram to the  architect, Mr. Nobles: " Trustees  consider it advisable that you  should have an inspector on the  ground before construction begins  and continuously during construe  Hon."  Important changes to the Game  Protection Act of British Columbia  are set forth in an amending measure introduced into the House last  week by Hon. W. J. Bowser, attorney-general.  This measure  provides  among  other things, lhat it shall be unlawful for any resident of the province  to hunt animals or birds or to carry  firearms of any description, or  air  guns, or any device for the purpose  of capturing any animal   or  bird  without first taking out  a  licence.  In addition to taking out a licence  hunters will be required to wear a  badge showing the number of their  licence.   These licences  will  not  be  transferable.   Any breach  of  the act involves cancellation of a  hunter's licence.  Licences will not  be issued to boys  under  sixteen  except  at  the   written request of  parents  or   guardians  who   shall  undertake   that  such   boys, when  carrying  firearms, will  always be  under their supervision or that of1  some  responsible licence holder.  There are three classes of licences:  an ordinary to carry firearms and  hunt  birds  and  deer, other than  mooHc, wapiti and cariboo, costing  $2.50 ;  a general, to hunt game,  birds and animals, $5.00 ; a special  to carry  firearms  nnd   trap,  $10.  Holders   of   general    or    special  licence must within fourteen davs  of  date  of  expiration, return the  licence   to   the   provincial   game  warden with a sworn statement of  the number of each species of big  game  or animals trapped.   Prospectors having a free miner's certificate may ohtain ordinary licences during the open season, while  " Bad Man " Smashes  Up Restaurant  Lively Doings of Drunk Cost  Him $30 and Costs  Last Friday afternoon a drunken  Swede started in  lo  make things  lively at the Chinese "Vancouver"  Cafe on Water street.    He kicked  over the stove, smashed the crockery,   piled  up  the  furniture  and  played the " bad man " generally.  The terrified proprietor locked-the  door while he ran for the  police,  but the Swede resented  this  and  putting his foot through  the  window came  through  the  aperture  thus made, leaving a scene of ruin  behind him.    He adjourned'to the  bar of the Royal Hotel   where  he  was arrested shortly after by Chief  Sutherland.   On Saturday he  was  brbugnt before the beak and fined |  $10 and costs  for  disturbing  the  peace,   and  ordered   to  pay  $20  damages to the proprietor of the  restaurant.'  Rutland News  (From our own correspondent)  , Mr. and Mrs. Will Schell and  their little daughter returned from  a lengthy holiday spent amongst  friends down ea t.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown entertained a few friends on Thursday last  at their home "Cozy Corners."  Among the guests were Mrs. J.  Morrison, Miss Orchard, Mr. and  Mrs. G. Monford and Mr. and Mrs.  A. Gray. I  Black Mountain School  Honor Roll  The following are the names of  pupils who have gained percentages worthy of mention during the  month of February 1913 for Conduct, Regularity and ' Punctuality  and Studies in the order named:  New Postal Facilities  for Country Districts  Increased Scope of the Rural  Delivery Service   , ...   ,-..,...a   ,-WC   IW  UC.Cin.CI a _,-���..    dmbuiI,    Willi  from the principal of the  schoolj actually engaged in prospecting  Mr. A. R. Lord.   For this serwe��rp��o-may  farmers and   their sons  Legislature Prorogued After  Busy Session  The 1913 sitting of the provincial parliament was duly brought {  to a close on Saturday afternoon  the prorogation taking place at 4  o'clock with the usual formalities  and little ceremony marking the  event. The House has been in  session six weeks. In this period  it has crystallized into law approximately one hundred measures  many possessing more than common importance, being regarded  as certain to materially stimulate  provincial expansion and prosperity.  Division I.  Earla McDonald 95 100 76  Merriam Woolsey 95 95 76  Blanche Ford 92 100 73  Lillian Sproul 90 98 76  Bert Dalgleish 95 96 69  Amy Fleming) 92 91 75  Mildred Ford) 95 91 72  Billy Plowman 90 99 65  Milton Bird 87 96 70  Winifred Leathley 92 82 78  Delbert Barber 84 99 69  Wesley Barber 85 99 68  Division II.  ���   ��....    ii,...,    aune  hunting on the land on which they  permanently reside.    Any firearm  found  in  the  possession of any  person not having  a licence may  be seized and confiscated.  ' New restrictions are also made  regulating  hunters' guides.   Permits   must  be  obtained   and   fee  paid before game can be exported.  Hunters  are  forbidden  to   carry  firearms  between one hour after  sunset and one hour before sunrise.  It is provided   that  it  shall be  unlawful  for  any  person to run  deer at any  time  with  dogs  or  allow dogs to run after deer.   The  old act allowed hunting  of  deer  with  dogs by permission  of the  game   warden.    The   hunting   of  birds with dogs between April  15  and   August   I, both   inclusive, is  prohibited.  C.N.R. will Electrify Line  from Kamloops  Under their charter from the  provincial government the C.N.R.  have the right to sell electric power  at any point on its system and the  branch from Kamloops to Vernon  is now being electrified, the power  in this case being generated near  Ducks. If the C.N.R. decide to  electrify the whole of their mountain division they will be following  the example of the Great Northern  and Northern Pacific, who are  adopting that course.  Jeanie Warden  Verna Ford  Ruth Woolsey  Hazel Bessett  Elsie Brown  Jean McDonald  Bert Dalgleish  Elva Fleming  Evelyn Spron'  Melville Leathley  Netta Monford  Robert Brown  90  80  86  B  78  75  78  82  72  74  75  100 83  95 86  100 76  100 80  -97 82  100 78  95 80  90 83  90 79  100 76  90 76  90 76  Local Woman Suffrage  League Solicits Funds  Vernon's new Diesel oil engine  which has been installed to furnish  power for the electric light department was started last week. Some  hundred of Vernon's prominent  citizens witnessed the ceremony.  The engine which ia the first of its  kind in B. C. was named the " W.  H. Smith, No. I." after the chairman of the light department.  could not equip a band with good  instruments.  Aid. Thompson said it was just  a question of whether the council  should pay the whole thing. He  thought the members of the band  should endeavor to supplement  the grant from the council by  soliciting voluntary subscriptions.  Having passed the following  accounts for payment the meeting  adjourned i���  1 S Chamberlin, power houae eup     2 00  Dominion Expreee Co., eipreee on  atationery       6 10  Whits tx Bindon, stationery    40 25  W R Trench, stationery     II 00  Power House payaheet for Feb  655 00  G H Dunn, city clerk's Feb salary.. 150 00  P T Dunn, clerk's Feb aalary  100 00  FV Royle,       28 93  WH Rennie  70 00  R Sutherland, chief constable's eel 115 00  G Mackay,  night ��� ���    85 00  A  Bigger,  building  inepector'e  Febealary  115 00  Dr H Keller, office rent for Feb     15 00  G H Dunn, petty cesh    28 55  F A Taylor, expanse account ae  city's delegate re Telephone  Bill .,    66 85  Mr. and Mra. J. Taylor returned  to-day from the coast.  Mrs. Washburn left for Calgary  Wednesday morning.  Mrs. P. L Bird is away on a  short visit to Penticton.  Mr. Clarence Fulton is to address the Brotherhood next Sun-  i ?y'i .! aul>iect being "Educational  Ideals. Ladies are cordially  invited.  Mr. W. R. Megaw of Vernon  has been in town thia week with a  handsome 50 h.p. "Cadillac" car  with which he haa been giving  demonstrations for the benefit of  the local agents, Messrs. McQuarrie  & Brown. The ease of manipulation, beautiful fittings and magnifi-  cent running powers of this high-  Class car were much admired.  Mr. Alec. Morrison has taken  over the plumbing and steam fitting  department of the Morrison-  1 hompson Hardware Co., and will  run it as a separate business. For  this purpose he has rented the  premises lately occupied by Coates  towards and Gowen as an auto-  mobile garage, and is busy fitting  it up as a complete plumbing  workshop The front portion will  be devoted to showrooms where a  large stock of the latest sanitary  ?? s. .00m fi,tir,8�� wi" be kept.  Mr. Morrison hns had considerable  experience in the business both  here and at Vancouver and will  personally supervise all work. The  firm will be known as J. A. Morri-  son & Co.  Roger's Pass Tunnel will  Cut Down Grade  The Canadian Pacific Railway  has just called for tenders for the  driving of a double track tunnel  through Rogers'Pass at the summit  of the Selkirks. The tunnel, according to the surveys, will have a total  length of 26,000 feet, or a trifle  over five miles. Bids close April  15, and following the awarding of  a contract, construction work will  be started as soon as possible.  The Rogers' Pass tunnel will be  driven simultaneously from both  portals. It will lower the summit'  540 feet, shorten the line three  miles, and cut off 2,200 degrees of  curvature, which is the equivalent  of six complete circles. It will also  do away with the maintenance of  four and one-half miles of ano,v-  sheds.  Estimates of the time to be occupied in driving the tunnel vary  from three to five years.  Friends of the  enfranchisement  ; of women are aaked  to  help  by  contributing  to  the funds.     The  expenses of the campaign through  the   province   have   been   borne  hitherto by a few devoted workers  at Victoria.   A dollar, more or less,  from every friend  will  be much  welcomed.    Please send contributions through the secretary of  the J  Political    Equality    (Kelowna)  League, Mrs. Dora Kerr, Box 565.  or through any other member of  the    committee,   including   Mrs.  Fiaher,   Mrs. Fuller,  Mr. Fulton,  Mrs.  Gore,   Mrs.   Josselyn,   Mrs.  Macready,  Mr.  Mathie and Mra.  Whitehead,   if   possible   during  March, who will forward them  to  headquarters.  The league plans to hold debatea  on the third Thursday evenings of  each month, the subject of which  will be announced.  Mr. F. M. Buckland is the proud  possessor of a pair of fine young  bloodhound pups which he has  brought up from the Statea.  Ernest Wilkinson came back  yesterday from his trip to the Old  Country.  Mrs. L V. Rogers went up to  Sicamous Friday last, returning  Tuesday. ,  Mr. P. Brooke haa this week  taken over the Lakeview Livery  business from F. S. Coates, having  bought out all the stock and equipment. He is entering upon this  new undertaking with enthusiasm  and a determination to mai.e good  and we wish him eveiy tuccess.  Sevetal improvementa art to be  made at the barn, and everything  put into first class shape.  New Municipal Act  Left for Next Session  At the closing session of the  legislature on Saturday, Attorney-  General Bowser submitted the new  Municipal Act prepared by the  royal commission which recentlv  investigated all forma and conditions of local government. It is  intended that thia shall be widely  circulated during the parliamentary recess and suggestions for  improvements are invited si that  the measure when given force of  law during the session of 1914  may represent perfection.  A number of additional postal  facilities   are offered   patrons ef'  rural mail delivery in Canada ss a  result of the hew regulations which  went  into   effect    recently     by  order of the Postmaster General.  Under   these   regulations    rural  I couriers are authorized   and re-  I quired while serving their routes  | to cany for sale a stock of postage  stamps, and to  take  applications  and   accept   money   for   money  orders and postal notes from patrons desiring to purchase   same  and to give receipts for funds so  received.  For the convenience oi patrons  in  obtaining  money orders  and  postal notes through rural couriers  the Department has issued apecial  printed  forms   of. application,   a  supply of which is placed in each  mail box as well as being  carried  by the courier for the  use  of intending remitters.   A patron may  procure a money order or postal  note by filling in the particulars  on an application form and  handing it with the caah to the courier  who will give a receipt for the  money received. The money order  or the postal note, as the case may  be, is purchased by the courier at  the distributing post office to which  he is attached  and  is' personally  delivered   on   the   route   to   the  applicant or hia  duly authorized  representative,     when      courier  makes his  next regular trip.     If  personal delivery is found impracticable, the order or note may  be  enclosed in an envelope addressed  to the applicant (remitter) and deposited in his mail box.   If on the  other hand, the remitter so desire*  the courier may, as the agent of  the remitter" and  at hi* request,  mail the money order or postal  note to the payee thereof in  an  addressed envelope furnished  for  the purpose by the remitter.  Rural couriers are also authorized and   required   to   accept   for  registration all classes of mailable  matter properly prepaid,   which  may he tendered to them on  any  ' trip, and to issue a registry receipt  for each letter or parcel accepted  for registration.     As  regards  the  delivery of registered mail matter,   .  the patron is advised by means of  a card notice deposited in his mail  box. that such matter has been received  at the  distributing  office,  and   is  requested   to   meet   the)  courier at the box on  the  latter**  next trip in order to receive delivery and give the necessary  receipt  therefor.   If the  patron  fail*   to  meet the courier at the  appointed  time, the   patron   i*   advised   by  means of a second notice lhat the  registered mail matter haa been returned  to  the distributing  office  where it will be held  until  called  for or until further instructions are  given as to it* disposal.  That the advantage of the rural  mail delivery system is appreciated  by the people in British Columbia  is evident by the number of applications for new routes now being  dealt with by the Post Office  Department.  Moose Lodge Inaugurated  The Kelowna Lodge No. 1274  of the Loyal Order of Moose waa  inaugurated last week ; 75 members were installed, 35 more remaining to be initiated at the next  meeting which take* place Maich  10th. From now on the lodge,  which promises to have a highly  successful career, will meet on the  second and fourth Mondays in the  month. The officers .elected were  a* follow*:���  Dictator���Geo. A. Boweer  Paat Dictator���R. A. Webb  Vice-Dictator���Angus McMillan  Prelnte^-J. M. Croft  Secretary���W. A. Fuller  Treaaurer���P. Brooke  Sergeant at-Arme���C. L. Foraytbe  Inner Guerd���C. C. McCerty  Outtf Guard���C. Chapman  Trustees- II. A. Burbank, A. W.  Boweer, H. F. Hicke  Mr. and Mr*. Alex Evan* lefl  Tuesday morning for the coast.  The Rev. A. Dunn returned by  Monday'* boat. He preached latt  Sunday in Armstrong.  Mr. P. E. Corby, architect, ha*  been appointed plumbing inspector under the new by-law.  The monthly Anglican church  service will be held in tne East  Kelowna schoolhouse next Sunday  at 3 p.m.  W. E. Tail ot Co. have just received a large shipment of rubbers  which includes a complete range  of all sizes. 15-6  Billy,, the boot-black, at Dave  Barnes' pool room went to Penticton for a little lay-off on Thursday  afternoon, rerurning Friday; thank*  to the ladies for the boots they  have brought so far. Continue  ladies with lame.���Ad. KELOWNA HECORD  Thursday, March 6  THE ORCHARD CIJJ RECORD  Ptshltshed every Thursday at the Office,  Keioiona, B.C.  IOHS LEATHLEY. Editor and Proprietor.  Subscription $1.50 per annum.  To Unrteti Statu $2.00 per annum.  Advertising -utes upon application.  Provincial Voters' Lists  Are Cancelled  All Voters Must Make Fresh  Applications  According to legislation passed  in the provincial houae on Friday  last, every provincial voters' list in  British Columbia has been cancelled and new lists are open as  announced in another column  Any person who fails to get his  application in before the third  Monday of April will not be able  to vote at any Provincial or Dominion election that may take  place within the following seven  months. It does not matter how  many years you may have been  on the voters' list of the province,  unless you put in an application  within the Hex' se'v^n w,-<-|cj your  name will not be found on the  new voters' list.  This legislation ia understood to  be in reply to criticism that the  voters' lists of the province are in  a bad condition. Efforts have been  made to purge the lists of late, and  in Vancouver aeveral thousand  names of voters who have moved  out of the district or have died,  were strui-k off the rolls for the  Vancouver electoral district at the  last Court of Revision.  The Court of Revision is set by  statute for the third Monday in  May, and as it is a statutory requirement that the lists close thirty  days before the opening of the  Court of Revision, to enable objections to be advertised and the  work of the court arranged, applications dated later than the third  Monday of April can not be considered at the Court of Revision  in May.  As the provincial lists are used  in the Dominion elections, it follows that all who fail to get on the  new provincial list will be debarred  from voting at any Dominion election that may be held.  Foreigners and the Poll Tax  We think, says the Kamloops  Standard, that the provincial gov"  ernment is making n big mistake  in abolishing the poll tax altogethei  Apart from the fact that the loss of  revenue resulting from this policy  which amounts tn approximately  $550,000, is no small considr ration,  there are mady foreigners and  others who should be made to pay  something, at least, for their protection by our laws and many  other privileges secured them by  residing in this province.  These men herd into Brilieh Columbia, and whatever money they  earn is sent out of the countrv,  which thereby loses considerable  amount of cash circulation. A big  percentage of the foreigners, aliens  and orientals pay no taxes at all,  and now that they are to be relieved of the poll tax, a large pro,  portion of the population of this  province will enjoy the privileges  and safe livine, and protection of  the Britiah flag and provincial  prosperity without contributing n  rent towards the maintenance of  the country, which is grossly unfair  and not at all desirable.  By a majoritv of thirty, the  second reading of the government's  naval bill was paseed by the House  of Commons laat Friday morning.  Contrary to the general belief,  the Indian race of Canada is not  becoming extinct, but on the contrary, is rapidly increasing in number. Such was the declaration of  Rev. T. Ferrier, principal of the  Brandon Industrial school, and for  six years travelling superintendent  of Indian schools and hospitals  throughout the Dominion for the  Methodist church.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  'Phone 238  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plane,    Specification:,    ond     Estimates  Furnished  Building of every description   undertaken in Town or country.  None but the BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good  Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specially  All work given personal  supeivision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY j  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m.  Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  V-eSaV  e��\ ���*��  ���**���   ***"**> <*eAVeM?��*.        HSS   ��*, ���   ��IN����  Lequime Bros. & Co.  Sell the BEST of Everything  We Solicit Your Custom  and if honest goods, honest weights,  honest treatment and honest prices  appeal to you, we can count on you  as a Steady Customer.  A big chance for  FRIDAY  and SATURDAY  Canned Corn, Canned Beans, Canned Tomatoes  i  Regular price, 2 for 35c.  Friday and Saturday Special, 2 for 25c.  SEEDS  We have a large assortment of  Steele Briggs', Rennie's and McKenzie s Seeds  in packet and in bulk.   Get your seeds early and avoid disappointment  Until further notice New Zealand Butter  will be 40c^phpoundL  Guaranteed Fresh, Pure, fl   Bpe from excess water.  THE PIONEERS OFSATISFACTION  'Pho  22  'Phone   -   22  i    <i   i i  .  i./j.>i.- i   ill in   nn  ..:��� ���      .;.,.. I  I .. 11 ' ��� ��� ��� <    I >  > r     '      I'' i -   ��� I ��� ���  tiit-fi      R    :"     !  We are Distributing Agents for  Lambert Delivery Cars & Trucks  in British Columbia  lo    bi      I   .1    1    8- "'  ,-A tML -rt (��������!  Hi   It ���  odi    -t' i"    -       1  .  .        i-3  PRICES ON APPLICATION  CARTERCAR  Th  e car wi  ith the  Noiseless Transmission  and Simplicity of Control  Whether in congested city traffic or on quiet  country roads the range of speeds and ease of  operation of the friction drive -will appeal to you.  TOURING CAR  32-h.p.  $2,300  ROADSTER  32-h.p.   ,  $2,200  Piicm f.o.b. Kelowna  FORl>  THE UNIVERSAL' CA$,  Light in weight,  Strong in construction,  Popular in Price,  Efficient in Service.  TOURING CAR     ROADSTER  $863 $788  Prices f.o.b. Kelowne  i���>i   ->ri ml  SERVICE  HUDSON  37, 4-Cylinder    -    $2,600  COMFORT  54, 7-Cylinder    -    $3,400  ELECTRIC STARTER  ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED  Twelve.inch Upholstery -Speeilometei- Clock- Demountable Rime-36 x 4.inch Tyres  -Eilre Rim-Spare Tyre-Tyre Holder -Rainviaion Windshield-Top Curtains  Complete Set of Tools-Portable Electric Lamp -Dashlight  Prices f.o.b. Kelowna  We are prepared to  Store, Overhaul or Paint Your Car  H. A. BURBANK,  9At.ES MANOR.  THE  A. O. BRUNETTE,  WORKS MANOR.  Kelowna Garage & Machine  ,| / .   . ' *   %s*r-.      '' *"      ''  Works Co., Ltd.  i,  h  SHOWROOMS AND GARAGE  ON LAWRENCE  AVENUE  KELOWNA, B.C.  McUUGHLIN  BUICK  W1TALLY important in buying a car ia service���  a feature sought by many bul obtained by  few. Consider, then, that which goes with every  McLaughlin car, Through ita depots located all  over the country over f 100,000 worth of parti are  carried for the purpoae of giving quick, adequate  and economical service to the McLaughlin motorist. You may naver need this service, it is true.  All the aame it's mighty comforting to know that  it is ready when and where you want it. No other  company in Canada has anything like the same  amount invested for this purpose. This is what we  mean by McLaughlin service. It is all embracing,  speedy, convenient..   It covers the country.  Roadster], folly equipped, $1,350  TouringJ H   ��� ��� $1,550  Roaditer]    ���        ,, $1,800  Tourim.     ,,        ��� $1.M0  Tourlni]     ���        ��� $2,450  Model 24  ,,25  n   30  n   31  ..   40  The above prices ere f.o.b. Kelowna  We have received our firat shipment of Mclaughlin, ford  and CARTERCARS, and have  demonstrators in our showrooms  and are prepared to back up all  we have said as to the merits of  1913 models. Thursday, March 6 .  KELOWNA RECORD  iiMjt  'mix  houM-nrrvcuA sdcutML  ttxjtxM vrvthaM  otd tfvmad.  m\, toileb:-  home is vtbe\e uou aet uou\ eom-  to>U and happiness and evjou the  hMitsojuoulhabdwhk. furnish  it up-mahe it jit to e%w in and  enjou. a lovely home makes a  lUelonf impression on the minds  ol uouhr ehilcfoen. eome to us. vw  will aive uou hioh tfiade ju\nitu\e  job the lm phiee.  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Makt Home Happy."  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian snd new English Churches)  CnCf^C   Carter's (England), 15 cents a package  fjl_slli��L/i3   Simmer's (Toronto) 5  Veliieble prises will be eiven al the Fall Fair lor collections ol Vegetables and Flowers  Irom seeds and plant, supplied by us.    Particulars on price Met later.  Cutf lowers.   Tomato, Cabbage, &c.  Ferns and Easter Flowers. Bedding Plants.  English Rose Treat and Climbers.  Kelowna Public School  Report for Month Ending  February 28th  Amusements  Pictures Most Realistic  Div. I  Div. II  Div. Ill  Div. IV  Div. V  Div. VI  Div. VII  Div. VIII.  Attendance  No. on roll  27  43  33  37  34  39  39  49  Average  25.22  41.45  31.33  33.65  29.85  34.12  30.07  41.25  Phon. as        PALMER & ROGERSON      p.o.b��ii;  Total 301 266.94  Attendance percentage 66.6  Honor Roll  Entrance Class.���Dorothy Evans,  Lillie McMillan, Lottie Lloyd-  Jones, (equal); Ruby Raymer.  Sr. IV. (a)���Nettie Harvey, Frances  Buckland, Ewart Fletcher,  (b)���L. Marshall, Vivian  Jones,  Geo. Curts.  Jr. IV.���Blossom Buck, Lawrence,  Norman DeHart.  Sr. HI���Almcda Oakes, Alma Wilson, Terence Crowley, Albert  Rent.  Jr. Ill���Chas. Stuart, Bay DeHart,  Lloyd Day. Pearl Downing.  Sr. II. (a)-Jack Davy, Ralph Weddell, Wm. Marshall, (equal); Jas.  Anderson, Fred Duggan. .  (b)-Flora Bali. Nellie Jones,  Leonard Gaddes and Helen  Robison (equal).  Jr. II.���Bessie Haug, Dorothy Morrison, Mary Ritchie, (equal);  Margar��t Sanders.  Sr. I.-Gladya Hall, Stanley Whitehead, Willie Birch.     ��  Jr. I.���Mary Woolsey, Geo. Ryder,  Nelson Marshall, Robert Ryder.  Primer 11. (a)���Agnes McMaater,  Wilbert Witter, Willie Sanders,  Arthur Ludlow.  (b)���Stanley Duggan. Dorothy  Cramp, Alberta Small, John Buck-  land.  Primer I.���Mildred Cameron,Ewen  Hunter, Mary McMaster.  Keceioing Room  Sr. I. Primer-Ralph  Ball,  Hugh  McKenzie, Earl Wilson, Howard  Lenthley.  Jr. 1. Primer.���Geo. Newton, Carl  Burnette, Jessie Paisley, Charlie  McMillan.  C,   Class. ������ Bert   Adams,   James  Welherspoon, Douglas Buckland  Thelma Dillon.  Revelstoke Press Comments  " A large and appreciative audi  ence filled the Westholme Opera  House last evening to witness the  remarkable moving picture film  taken last fall, of the great Pendle  ton Round-Up, that takes place at  Pendleton, Oregon, every vear.  Lovers of horses and of the wild,  free spirit that prevadea the men  who follow the calling of cowboy,  and cattlemen were heard on  every side expressing their appreciation and delight at seeing  such a wonderful and vivid picture  of life as lived and carried on in  the Golden West. For over an  hour and a half a continuous stream  of bucking horaes, bulls and cows,  swarthy Indians, galloping stage  coaches, and bronzed and husky  cowboys, passed before the eyes  of the fascinated audience. The  whole scene from the opening of  the veritable carnival of horsemanship, when thousands of horses  and their riders paraded through  the streets of the city of Pendleton,  waa a realistic and exciting as if  one had actually had been on the  ground. Trained and wild horses,  cowboys and cowgirls, skilled in  every art and trick of equestrian  ism, had been gathered for this  particular exhibition from all over  Western America. A number of  the audience were so delighted  with the entertainment that they  remained in their seats through  two rounds of the film, expressing  their intention of going again this  evening."  The above mentioned pictures  will be shown in the Opera House  on Saturday,. March 8th, so do not  let yourself miss this opportunity  offered of seeing this remarkable  pictorial exhibition of real, life in  the " wild and wooly " west.  C. P. R. earnings for the third  week in Februard show an increase  of $210,000.  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowaa, 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 alao Scows  EXCURSION  PARTIES  Catered tor  To All Pails of ths Lake  "The Summerland Players"  Easter Monday ia the date fixed  for the next visit of the Summer-  land Players.  Their program will consist of  two plays: " Waterloo " by Sir A.  Conan Doyle, and "Good for Nothing " bv J. B. Buckstone. The  latter is a delightfully human little  comedy, lull of true, honest sentiment with plenty of room for  laughter.  " The Players " will bring with  them Mr. Alex Bentley who will  sing the pologue from " Pagliacci"  and " Songs from the Norseland,"  and Mr. T. F. Knox will give his  excellent imitations of Dan Leno  and " How Bill Adams won the  Battle of Waterloo." Thia looks a  really good evenings entertainment  and it is hoped that "The Players"  will meet with the same cordial  reception that has hitherto been  extended to them,  A broken rail caused a train  wreck on the C. P. R. near Golden  last week, four cars on No. 14  being derailed and the baggage  man more or leas seriously injured.  The commissioner of immigration has issued orders to all immigration agents on the border between Canada and the United  States to refuse admission to Jack  Johnson, the heavyweight champion pugilist, should he attempt to  enter Canada.  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -  $17.50 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.  ���>^V��eS<>eee*/V*>eT*V>>A','tt*e*Mt'*>  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingl.it. Siding, Do*r.t, WwAfini,  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  Provincial Elections Act  NOTICE is hereby given that the Lift of Voters for the Okana-  gan Electoral Diitrict has been cancelled and that applications  to be placed on the Voters' List will be received at my office at  the Court House, Vernon, where printed forma of affidavit to be  uaed in support of an application to vote will be supplied. Tha  list of persons claiming to vote will be suspended from and after  the 7th day of April, 1913, and a Court of Revision will be held  on the 19th day of May following. Notice of objections to the  insertion of any names on the register of voters must be given  to me thiriy clear days before the holding of the Court of Revision.  Dated at Vernon, B.C, thia 3rd day of March, 1913.  L. NORRIS,  Registrar of Voters for the Okanagan Electoral District.  NOW  is the time  to list  Your  Property  WI  ith  We have the Buyers  KELOWNA & KAMLOOPS  Raymer Block  Manager:  H. G. DEE  'Phone - 231  PARTICULAR  MEN  should see my new samples  of Made to Measure Clothing  before buying their  New  Spring  Suit  Perfect fit and workmanship  guaranteed  i  c  K  s  Water Street  (1st Block North)  Neer Bask ol M.elra.l  PRINTING >-  RECORD OFFICE-  SATISFACTION  *  '^<  "���****  ft  CPARKLING WATER, cool and  sweet, refreshes the farmer who  builds a  Concrete Well or Tank  M  "PHE FARMER, above all others, appreciates good water.   He drinks  ���*��� more water than the city man.   Tne city-dweller is dependent upon  the public water-supply for the purity of his water, while the farmer can  have his own private source of water, and thus be sure that it is pure  and healthful.  AN hasn't found a better drink than cool water, properly collected and stored.    But in order to keep  water fresh and pure, a tank or well casing that will keep out every possible impurity must be used.  CONCRETE IS THE IDEAL MATERIAL FOR TANKS AND WELL-CASINGS.  vister-ughl,   l'��'tectlna; your water from .ccnge uf all 'T'HI'.REare.coresolotheriiienforcoiicreteonyourfarin���onerery  kinds.    It cannot   rot or cru nb,e.    It il easily cleaned inside.    Time * you would like to know of them, write for ourbook, "What the Faj  IT   il absolutely  kinds.    Il earn  nnd water, iu. lead of causing il to decay, actually make it stronger.  Address Publicity M.n.j.r  Canada  Cement  Company  f\UR Farmers' Information Ut-  *"' partment will help you to decide  how to build anything, from aporch-  hlep to a ttta, The nervine is free���  you (tort'l even have lo promise to  build. When in doubt ask the Information Department.  I milled  B06 H. RALD '��LDG.( MONTREAL  Do With Concrete."   The book ii ibiolutely free.  TATHENyou go to buy cement  " be ear* that tht* label ii on  every bag aid barret. Then  you know yoa are getting the  cement that t h a farmers of  Canada have found to be the  best.  . firm.   If  Farmer Can KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, March 6  ���i     i     ���  gg?  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED.  Nursery Stock  For Sale  Wealthy  Cox'a Orange Pippin  Mcintosh Red  Northern Spy  Winesap  Jonathan  Spitzenberg  Wagner  Transcendent Crabs  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  Bcussock  Cornice  D'Anjou  CALL OR WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block - Kelotona, B.C.  Spraying & Pruning  Wa have a large new atock of  Spraymotor Pumps  Spray Nozzles  Spray Hose  Spray Rods (bamboo)  Reiser Pruning Shears  Bishop Pruning Saws  L  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  HAY LAND  Very attractive Hay Meadow of  1 5  acres, adjacent to the Lake, and about  3 miles from Kelowna on the main  road to Okanagan Mission  Thia would make an ideal DAIRY FARM  Low price for quick sale  R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission  Telephone   -   LI  Town and Country  The Hunter girls have purchas  eJ the acre of ground owned by  Mr. Gaddes, snr., on Pendozi street  Mr. and Mra. Jas. Harvey, jnr.  returned Friday from California  where they have been spending  the winter.  The monthly meeting of the  Country Girls' Hospital Aid will  be held al Miss Metcalfe's on Snt-  urday, March 8th, at 3 o'clock.  Mr. H. H. Millie left Saturday  fur a few weeks visit to Halcyon  Hot Springs. He was accompanied  by Mrs. Mills, mother- of Mrs.  Millie.  Miss McCool, who has resigned  from the public school staff owing  to the illness of her mother, left  Saturday for her home at North  Bay.  Dr. Knox returned Friday laat  from Halcyon Hot Springs looking  much better for his holiday. Mr.  W. L. D'Aeth also returned from  the same place.  Mrs. W. E. Aduina in company  with Mrs. N. D. McTavish. left for  Penticton Friday for a week'a vacation with Mrs. Hockin.  The W.CT.U. will meet at the  home of Mrs. Millie on Tuesday  next, March I Ith, at 3 p.m. Mrs.  Kerr will address the union on  " Woman Suffrage." Frienda and  members will be cordially welcomed.  Ihe Persistency Club will hold  n St. Patrick box social on Friday  evening, March 14th, at thr home  of Mia. H. H. Millie. A large at  tendance ia requested nnd the  proceeds are in aid of missions.  Ihe Okanagan Sunday-school  convention meets in Vernon Monday and Tuesday of next week  An interesting programme is to be  provided. A number of delegates  from town will be in attendance a  the sessions.  The Baptist church pulpit will  be occupied by a student from  Okanagan College next Sunday in  the absence of the Rev. D. J.  Welsh, who is to conduct anniversary services in Penticton. He will  leave there on Monday for Vernon  to attend the Sunday-school con  vention.  An Austrian from Geo. Chew's  camp on the Kettle Valley Railroad  construction work was thiswrek  fined $100 or six months for a  murderous attack upon n fellow  countryman which took place  about two weeks ago. Prisoner  had been arrested and brought up  for trial soon after thr affray but  remanded owing to the fact that  his victim, whom he had stabbed,  was in the hospital. He was  brought tip again this week and  foung guilty.    He paid his fine.  A wedding of considerable loca  interest took place at the home of  Mrs. L Leggn on Tuesday after  noon when Mr. C. A. Washburn,  the bookkeeper at Burn's store and  a well-known figure in town was  married to Miss S. Lukes, who  hails from Truro, Nova Scotia, and  who haa been lesident in Kelowna  but a short time. The Rev. D. J.  Welsh performed the ceremony  after which the happy couple left  for a ten-day trip lo Vancouver,  travelling via Penticton.  lhe secretary of the hospital  acknowledges with many thanks  the following receipts in cash and  otherwise for January: M. G. E.  Woodmass, $10, E. A. Barneby,  $5, S S. Smith, $2. W. L D'Aelh,  $25, J. Crnwford, $4, Country  Branch Girla' Hospital Aid. $130,  Cnsorso Bros., $5, Burns Anniversary Slipper, per M. Hereron, $15,  Royal Hotel, $25, R. E. Denison,  $15, Geo. E Ritchie. $9.50; Mrs.  J. Ball, 16 jars fruit and pickles,  Mrs. Willits, fresh eggs, and I gal.  maple syrup, Friend, 4 boxes  apples, Bachelors Ball, npples, biscuits, nuts nnd almonds.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernerd Avenue      . .      Kelowna, B.C  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. :: B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetson Block, Kelowna    -    'Phone 206  P.O. Boi, 509  C. Hsrver, B.A., Sc, C.E.. D.L.S., B.C.LJ.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone M7. P.O. Bos 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.   HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  Exhibitioner Roytl Colltfe  of   Muiic, and lately  with Kendrick ryne,  Mui. Doc,, Organist of the  Cathedral, Manchester,  En�����  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At th* Studio, Trsnch Block. Kelowne.  Music  of  every  description   supplied.  P.O. 0.437.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Bom 11*6 'Phone SS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  Receivta Pupil* ��t hia Studio in the MORRISON  BLOCK for Lewone in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  I yssr.' prsviou. sxp.ri.nce    Will iil.y for dsnee.  Address Box 237, Kelowne, B.C.   'Phone 67  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR fc BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or public Build-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, II armonu, Conn terpoi lit, &c.  STANLEY   HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (A**oci*t* of ths Royal College of Organist*, Lond.)  Give* lessons in the above aubjecte.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes  at local  examination!  (Trinity  College, London)  IS  veaiY tucceaaful  leaching experience  Studio   -   Raymer Block  W. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENClNEER  Amoc Mam. Can. Soc, C. E       Gradual* Toranla  University  Waterworks and Sewerage Syttemt, Pumping and  Lighting Planta, Concrete Conatruction, ate.  KELOWNA. B. C.  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VBTERINARY SURGEON  (Gtedueu McGill Unlv.r.hy)  Residence I   LAWRENCE AVE.  Meseesee  may  be   left  st  the  office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury fx Williams  Mil! FRANCES A. PEARSON  I,.It.A.M. (London)  leeches correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  CHARLES WALL  ERENGH   POLISHER  Purniturn Repoliahed & Rcnooated  Boi 343 - Kelowne, B.C.  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flower*  Carnation*  Chrysanthemum*  Violet*  H. LYSONS  Kelown*. Greenhorn*.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile ol town, and being  ���bout I oo (eel above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, kV* end surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  x There ii only one GLENMORE. Don't mise the op.  portunity of selecting a few acrea of this desirable  property.  If you with a cheap building lot or an acre of land call oa ua and we will  ���how you our aub-diviaion  ��   WOODLAWN   ��  Juat four blocki from the centre of the town.     Pricea low.   Terms easy,  monthly payments if ao desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the best board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  GO   TO  Elliott & Copeland  When you want a  BARGAIN  IN REAL ESTATE  They have the best value* in the  City and District.  " Every Buyer a Booster"  Come and see us   and   get   our  price* before purchasing  Elliott & Copeland  Reel Estate end Insurance Brokers  'Phon. 25 KELOWNA, B.C.  I  I  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  === i       ���������  Are now completely equipped  to aupply all your  lumber need*.  We have now a large stock ol local aad caeat  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality and In splendid  condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES i'hursdaij, March 6  KELOWNA M5COED  laves of  the Razor  'hat's about what all men  re unles* they wear a full  rard, and the best thing  i do is to make this bond-  ge as easy as possible by  sing razors, strops, brush-  >, &c, that will make  laving a pleasure.  In our stock of  mving Supplies  ���e have the necessary  rticles to accomplish this  -razors that will keep  leir keen edge, horaehide  :rops, lather brushes that  old their bristles, soaps  lat will not irritate the  kin, and a large variety  (lotions, creams, &c.  B. Hits He.  JGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  ONE 19  SYNOPSIS OV COAX MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leaaed for a term  of twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $ I an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights 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 ehall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will ba refunded if  the rights applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the merchantable output of tho mine at  the rata of five cents par ton.  ' The peraon operating the mine ehall furnish the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining righta are not being operated, such return* should be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  righta only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at the rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application  ahould  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 this  advertisement will not be paid fer.  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundr;  despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  G. H. E. HUDSON  ������a���a   in.  i   i   ii su  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Lergest Studio, in the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Psndoxi Street,   -   Kelown*  *e*tylV\^^>lj*tS>I*l>r,VV>e*N��Nfe��>*^>l**Ni^^t>VN^*l*er\s*'t^<>  RATTENBURY & WILLIAMS  I REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  We have moved our office to  Up-stairs in the Leckie Block  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  ontracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.C.  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   ���   S7B,000  MONEY TO LOAN  On First Mortgage*  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE,  AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  i. A. CAMERON  -'ainter       Paperhanger  Apply  .bov* th* " R*eord " Office  THE  RECORD OFFICE  FOR  JOB PRINTING  Mission Creek ond  Benvoulin Notes  tFrom our own correspondent)  Mrs. D. R. Squair and son left on  Friday morning for Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Munson entertained a surprise party of Benvoulin voung people last Thursday  evening. A moat enjoyable time  was spent with games and dancing.  Mr. and Mrs. D. McLean entertained the members of the Ladies  Aid Society and thftir husbands to  an ' At Home " on Tuesday evening. February 25. A most enjoyable time Aras spent with music  and games. Mr. and Mrs. McLean  are moving this week into town.  They will be missed verv much at  Benvoulin by their many friends.  We wish them every success in  their new home.  The regular weekly meeting of  the Benvoulin Literary���Society wa*  held last Friday evening at the  home of A. Patterson. A debate  was held on the subject of " Resolved that the Choosing of a Life  Partner by the Parents is More of  a Success than the Individual  Choice." Mr. Wallace led the  affirmative side and Mr. Squair the  the negative. All the members  present took part in the debate.  A popular vote was taken for the  decision. The result was alms!  unanimously in favor of the negative side.  On Friday evening, March 7th a  return visit is expected from the  Ellison Literary Society. The  meeting will he held in the Benvoulin 'church. A debate is to be  held on the subject of " Resolved  that Home Training Affects the  Career of a Person more Profoundly than that Afforded by Schooling  or Society at Large." This debate  should prove veiy interesting. The  Ellison speakers take the affirmative side, and the Benvoulin speakers the negative aide. A short  programme will be rendered and  refreshments served at the close  by the Benvoulin ladies. A good  evening is anticipated and everybody will be made welcome. A  cordial invitation is entended to all  Items from Ellison  (From our own corre.pend.nt)  Mr. G. Guest has erected a building on the land he lately acquired  from Mr. T. Orchard. It's quite a  skyscraper.  Messrs. Grant and Boulet find  the apmosphere sultry in their  castle on "Grant Mount" these  warm nights so they are contemplating installing a cooling plant  for the summer months.  A highly successful packing  school was held in our district last  week under the able supervision  of Mr. Gibbs of Kelowna. As a  result of his labors, a goodly proportion of the fruit grown in this  district will be packed locally,  thereby saving a considerable percentage of damage caused byhaul-  ing to town unpacked as in previous years.  On Friday last the Literary Society had the pleasure of listening  to a capital lecture by Mr. Rogers  principal of the Kelowna High  School. The learned gentleman  spoke for over an hour on " Imperialism " and shewed a thorough  acquaintance with his subject. We  hope the committee will be able  to induce Mr. Rogers to visit this  district again next session.  We note that Mr. M. Hereron  has erected a fine barn on the  home ranch. The building which  is 60 feet long, 48 feet wide and  36 feet high, will accommodate  100 tons of hay, 12 horses, 10  eows, and 50 sheep, besides having  a loose box and harness room.  Buildings like this show what the  district is capable of producing,  and gives a practical demonstration of the wealth that is taken  off the soil in this district.  Opera House  ONE NIGHT ONLY  SAT. March 8  Matinee 3.15  Two Shows at Night 7 & 9  The wonderful motion pictures of the greatest of all  entertainments  The 1912  Pendleton  Round-Up  Positively the first time here  5.000 feet of film  Admi  mission  25c  J. Parkers Co,  The Quality Jewelers  ���WHY GO;  WATCHLESS?  In these days of exactitude  its just about impossible for  a man to go without a watch.  If you are trying it-you know I  You know the inconvenience  and the necessity for guessing,  and the inevitable errors. In  these days of easily-bought  watches, who need go watch-  less ? fer we sell  Guaranteed Watches from $5 up  and will be pleased to,show  you our high grade line of  Waltham and Elgin Watches.  Call in to-day  . M. Parker ft Co.  JEWELERS  Crowley Blk.   -    Kelowna, B.C.  Gaddes-McTavish  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  Phone 217     -     Leckie Block  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plant and Estimates  Finishing work a ���penalty  Office I No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  REA & MALLET  CONTRACTORS  for ell kinds of  Plastering, Rough Casting,  Fireplace & Chimney Building,  Cement and Concrete  Having bought out the business of Joseph Rossi,  we are prepared to do all kinds of  General Mason Work  MODERATE PRICES  RELIABLE  WORKMANSHIP  Call and see us  WE AW*. PROUD or  THE FACT THAT WE HAVE  THE BEST HARDWARE  AND/^ THE BEST  HARDWARE  STORE  IN TOWN  ^ A  COMPLETE,  STOCK  WE USE THE CHISEL TO SHAVE DOWN OUR  PRICES WHEN  WE FIRST MARK OUR COODS.  WE DO NOT BORE THOSE WHO COME IN TO LOOK i  WE DO NOT HAVE TO-BECAUSE WE ONLY NEED TO  SHOW OUR GOODS TO THOSE WHO KNOW. OUR  GOODS SELL THEMSELVES.  WHEN YOU NEED HARDWARE, COME LOOK AT  OURS-YOU'LL FIND THE "BEST  YOU EVER SAW."  DALGLEISH & HARDING  TEAMS FOR SALE  APPLY  Belgo - Canadian Fruit  Lands Co.  Telephone 27  P.O. Box 315  ELLISON, MEUGENS & CO.  REAL ESTATE BROKERS  Office, I ROYAL BLOCK, opposite C.P.R. elation. KELOWNA. B.C.  ONE GREAT BIG SNAP-  Lot and Warehouse on C.P.R. track  For $1,600   -   Easy Terms  Concrete Work  This is to announce that 1 have purchased the  contrscting plant and business of Clement-  Riggs and shall devote all attention to concrete  work, in which I have had many years' experience, I have a full equipment of power  mixers, &c, and will give good work  Concrete Buildings, Foundations and  Sidewalks, all Kinds of Cement Work,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE:  Clement & Riggs' late office,  Water Street  ���PHONE ���  RESIDENCE!  Woolseley Avenue,  Richter Street  Hatching Egg*  White Wyandottes, Rose-  Combed  Rhode Island Reds,  Barred Rocks, White Or-  pingtons, Red Caps  I have mated up my breeding pene of  the above prize.wmning birde and will  eell egga for sitting thia season  *2forl3;   $5 for 50  J. C. STOCKWELL  Kelowna, B.C.  ,���^rf^/^^^^,^/s^u^^A^^^<-^l^^^^v^^��'^^<v^^r^����%*s^w���  i\ow Open - '  CITY PARK  RESTAURANT  AND BAKERY  Cwn.r Alibott Street end Eli Avenue  First-Class Meals, Chop Sue* &  Noodles (good cooking)  M..I Ticket., KM;   Sin.1. Meals. Me. u>  Furnished Rooms te Real  QUON TAPE   ���   Proprietor  ��^^^il��S^��^i^>*��^>^tVS<^^��><a\/*A<*��*S.��*eN>SVd*^�� KEI.OWNA RECORD  Thursday, March 0    <J  NOTICE  As we, llie undersigned, have decided tn quit tLe  contracting business and to devote all our efforts to llie  manufacture cf  Brick and Agricultural Drain Tile  we desire to express our appreciation of the patronage  received from the people of Kelowna and surrounding  district; We feel that by concentrating our effoils to the  manufacture of Rrick and Tile that we will be in a belter  position to keep the supply up and to please our customers.  We are adding big improvements to our yard so as lo  facilitate the drying and to preserve the squareness of the  brick. The old reliable sand-struck soft mud brick which  does not shell, peel or wash away bv  the  elements  will  be  our standby.    THIS BRICK WE RECOMMEND.  BRICK  and   TILE carried  in stock  SAND delivered by the yard  We beg to notify our customers of our change of office  lo lhe Raymer Block, upstairs -    - 'Phone 104  0. G. CLEMENT. Maneger  THE CLEMENT-RIGGS, LTD.  KELOWNA. B.C.  MAIL CONTRACT  SEALED TEMPERS, addreated lo the  PoHtmMter Ccferoi, will be received at  Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the 14th  March, 1913, for the conveyance of Hit  Majesty'��� Mails, on a proposed contract  for four years, three times per week each  way, between Kelowna and Okanagan  Mission from the Postmaster General's  pleasure.  Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and blank forms of  tender may be obtained at the post offices  of Kelowna and Okanagan Miasion, and  at the office of the Post OfHct Inspector,  Vancouver, B.C.  JOHN R. GREENFIELD.  Post Office Inaptctor.  Post OnSoe Inspector's Office,  Vancouver, B.C.  31st Janaary, 1913.  FOR QUICK SALE  $200,  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnisked on all kinds of buildings.       Residences and Modern  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I hnve a full line of interior decorations, consisting of the latest and most up-  to.date wall hangings.     Call and inspect mv stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds  of  Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ledies' end   Gente' Rubber   Heels  of the Beet Mekee  I POLISH  White, Black and   Tan  Ladies' and Gents' Boots  My Shine Outshines  All Shine*  Leave boots  at  Dave Barne's Pool  Room, near Post Office  ctta., will handle nne third acre on  Harvey avenue.    Beat anil on townsite.  $500 cash will liiiiull,- one'third acre ,  adjoining above with cottage containing'  two bedrooms, parlor, living room, bath  room, pantry and outbuildinga ; electric  light, city water and plumbing. Balance  as rent or to suit purchaser.  $2,500 cash will handle large house on  Glenn avenue, containing reception room,  parlor, dining room, large kitchen, 6 bedrooms with clothes closets, linen closet,  bath room, basement full size of bouse ;  steam heated, electric light, telephone,  plumbing ; chicken house, woodshed, 2-  stall stable, garage with loft over and one  acre of land in bearing tree*. Balance to  suit purchaser.  The furniture of above houae will be  for sale after March Ist. Also I galvanized  iron tank. 6-ft. by 7-ft ; I I-h.p. Jack Junior gasoline engine ; I model lOMcLaugb-  lin r.iuicl< automobile;  ! No. 9 cook stove.  $500 cash will handle J-acrt in bearing  fruit trees, small cottage and outbuildings,  on Glenn avenue. Balance lo suit purchaser    Apply to  E. NEWBY  GLENN AVENUE. 'Phone 76  AUCTION SALE  Instructions have been given to tha undersigned from Messrs. Squair & Wallace, to  sail on their place���  Doloon Ranch. Benvoulin Road,  on Thursday, March 13th, 1913,  commencing at I o'clock p.m.,  All Household Furniture  Farm Implements and Stock  Terms: Furniture Cash ;   Stock and Farm  Implements, $15 and under, Cash ; over $15  ���ix months crodit on approved  joint note,  at 8 per cent, interest per annum.  MANLY BURNS   -   Auctioneer  R, W. DRISCOLL will also sell at above  ile : I general purpose horse (about 1,200),  buggy, harness. I ten-disc (nearly new)6rc.  -h  Notice  CALL FOR BILLY the Sho,  or leave same with the bs  Shiner  bcrs  All growers of Tobacco, or those who  think they have suitable lands and would  like to experiment in this branch of Agriculture, are invited to meet our Mr. A. W.  BOWSER and discuss the subject and  plans proposed for the season of 1913.  Call at Manager's Office, new Faotory  Building, Ellis Street, Kelowna.  British North American  Tobacco Company, Ltd  Spring  is  Almost  Here  TTHE popular topic of conversa-  A   tion to-day ia the crop for 1913  and everyone is looking forward to  the seeding time.  You may intend to plant only a  few flower or garden seeds or you  may be debating whether or not to  put in a few acres of ONIONS, or  perhaps planning to seed down  another ten acres for hay.  In any case we can supply the necessary seeds (or your use:  Flower and Garden Seeds  in packages from all the best seed houses, including  Rennie, Ferry,  Steele   Briggs   and  McKenzie  \m  tostM  The Peoples Store  SPRING IIME *s a^most'nere' and ��nce  ." i     v"      ii            more   people commence  thinking of new Footwear.    In this line we can certainly suit the most fastidious.  In Children's & Misses'  WS have the celebrated Getty and  S'-ott makes, which cannnt be baet-  en (or their classiness and wear.  Misses' Box Calf Bluchers  Sizes I I to 2. Just the thing fur a  good school shoe.  Boys' School Shoes  In this line we have the noted Boy  Scout Shoe which (or style and  wear cannot be benten.  For Ladies  we handle the Bell and Empress  besides other well-known makes.  Our stock comprises all the latest  styles and lasts (or this spring.  Men's Fine Shoes  in all the latest styles and lasts fiom  the well - known manufacturers  Hartta, J. & T. Bell, Marshes, and  many other too numerous to mention.  Then for the Working  Man  This line we are especially sliong  in, handling the well-known make  L.eckie & Co. Every shoe hand  make and guaranteed lo stand the  roughest wear.  'I hen last, but not least, we must  not forget the celebrated  " K " Boot  made in England, and (or wear  there is none better.  Field Seeds in Bulk:  Yellow Globe Danvers Onions, Sugar Beets, Mangels,  Carrots, Turnips, &c  Grass Seeds at Exceptionally Good Prices:  Fled Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa, Alsike  and Lawn Grass  If you purpose putting in any  seeds at all, you can't  afford to send away for them, aa our prices will prove  to you  Any seeds you mav choose from catalogues we will  supply at catalogue prices  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  I WANTED! 1  2 Cent, par word, first insertion and  1 Cent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ents.  LOST  Mooly heifer. 2 yeer, ell  derk brindle, no  white, feint bread IA right hip.  $5 reward  Record Office ar C. H. Leathley, Rutland.  BALED HAY  Second crop, delivered  anywhere  in  the  Valley, $24 par ton.   Apply M.  Hereron,  Kelowne. 6tf  WANTED  Black Orpington Rooster, also   I   dozen  year-old chickens, nny breed.   Write par-  ticulare to Box 333 15-6  WANTED  Capable   women   wants   daily    work.  Apply Box Z, " Record " OSes. 15-6  FOR SALE  Set of window shades, double iron bedstead and mattress  and  a carpet square,  slightly   ueed.   Apply Baa A, "Reoard"  Office. 15-6  CORD WOOD AND FENCE POSTS  Thoroughly dry fir, $2.50 rick, deliver,  ed ;   eleo fir fence poete.     Apply Cather,  phene B4. lOtf  ENGLISH SADDLE WANTED  ia good condition.   Give price, etc., te  Box K. " Record " Office, x  If you are in need of a pair of Shoes, come in  and inspect our stock. We are sure we can please  vou.  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Heletein Boll, at Harries  Hawkeedak. Ranch.   Apply  E.   Marvin  Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE  Standard brad stallion, ana of tha faete.t  bred horeee in B.C. Goad looker and eure  foal getter, and kind to hendle. Far further  perticulare apply ta J. Phillips. Armstrong,  B.C. 13-22  FOR RENT  Five-roomed cottage wilh outbuildings.  very close in.   Apply Boa 346. I5tf-  PARTNER WANTED  ta assist ia developing good paying bue-  iireeo ia   Kelowi.a   wilh   good   praapeets.  Mu.l heve come capita!.   Apply Box V2.  " Record " Office. Iltf  STRAYED  ta mv piece, white heifer, brand looks  like 24, about two years aid. If aol  claimed within thirty days will be sold to  defray aapeneae. Apply Joseph Christian,  Ellison.   Fab. 13th, 1913. 12-13  EXPERIENCED  COOK  (Woman) wanto post for season.   Large  number net objected lo.    Apply Bex C,  " Record " Office. 15-6  SITUATION WANTED  Lady, educated and domesticated, offero  daily services in exchange lor a  oamfort-  abla home. Pleaae write full particulars to  box E, " Record" Office.  LOST  Bright bay Mara, no white, coming two  years old in spring, branded M left oheul.  der.    Finder rewarded.    Bart McClure,  Benvoubn. |j.7  FOR SALE  Pure bred Jersey Bull, eix months old,  SplsircHd animal.    Also four good voung  Jersey cows. Apply A. W. Dalgleish, Pine  Crove R.nch, Rutland. 13.16  WHITE WYANDOTTES  For sale.   A pen of  I  cockerel and 6  pullere ;   good  utility  strain.    Pries $12.  S. Cray. Rowcliffe Block or Rutland,   x  fr)R SALE  Horee, five yeare old, good driver ; also  top buggy, harneee and saddle and bridle.  Apply R. A. McKillicen, Gloun Avenue.    (.��,��  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.  FOR SALE  Eerly   Ohio   potatoee for  seed.    Price  $1.50 per 100 Ibe ; ton lote at $22.50.   Apply C. Whitaker, Ellison District. Vernon  Road, Kelowna. !4-7x  WANTED"  A Girl for general houeework.   Highest  wegee paid.    Apply Mre. G. A. Melkle,  Box 82.' 14-5  FOR SALE  Thoroughbred Jereey cow, due to calve  March lurh.   Apply W. Hunter, Box 326.  14-5  "   FOR SALE"  Team of Clydee, geldings, weight 3,000  lbs. Bays with white blexe. S. W. Thayer.  Glenn Avenue.  15.17  YOUNG LADY WANTED  To learn to become telephone operator.  Apply Mr. McMillan, local manager, Ok.  anagan Telephone Co. |5  FOR SALE  Horss, buggy, and hamets.   Price $175.  Apply P.O. Box 12. |5,f.  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our trees are' vigorous,  well rooted, and true to  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  tha best bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, that got the highest  prizes at the greatest apple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okanagan VaJley Nursery  KELOWNA, B.C.  J. C STOCKWELL -  Mangr.

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