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 ffei#  5S- :     . '   ;.=  VOL V.   NO. 41.  Labor Day Celebration  Utmb  fifiC BRlttelV COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,  1913.  $1.50 Fer Annum.  Tennis Club Tournament  KELOWNA   PEOPLE   ATTEND   IN  PULL FORCE-BIG PARADE OF  FLOATS AND AUTOS  Labor. Day was favored with really  (in* holiday weather this year, and  th* people oi Kolowna were not slow  to take advantage oi it. Th* principal oeutre oi attraction oi courn, wa.  th* celebration at Vernon, and It i>  safe to say that nearly .very available automobile in Kelowna carried  its load of passengers than. A big  orowd went also by water, going up  on ths S. ti. Okanagan in the morning and returning in the evening by  ths S, 8. Aberdeen, which made a  special trip. Quite a number,ware also  carried by smaller launches.  Almost without exception the sports  and other events were voted a grnut  sucoess. The processions of decorated  floats and automobiles war* certainly  worth cooing, and ths greatest siedit  is due to the Vernon people fox ths  energy snd anthuuaam which they  threw into this part oi ths program.  The parade was ths finest whioh has  ever, been seen in the valley. Most of  th* principal industrial concerns had  floats representing some phase ol their  business, while ths purely ornamental  iloata and cars wer* numerous and  showed much ingenuity and taste.  Good prizes had been offered and the  entry list was a surprise, even to th*  promoter* of th* parade. The (tor*  windows also, ware handsomely decorated.  Ths afternoon wa* given up to athletic sports, commencing with a la-  cross* match between Armstrong and  Vernon, resulting in a win ior th*  visitor* by B to 0.  Ths ohio I honors in th* foot races  fell to a speedy sprinter, named Pitt-  man, hailing from Paotuton, he winning in both the 100 yard* and 990,  yard*. The second place in th* 100  yard* was token by Fravel ol Enderby  whil* Cored, oi th* Kelowna bail  team won aecond in ths 990 yards.  Two ot tha Kelowna ball team, also  tigured in th* lour winning the heli-  rnile relay raoe, vis, Casad and Holgerson, the .other two being krovel and  Pittman. F, Henning, also ol til*  Kelowna ball team ran with the team  taking second plaoe, the other three  being Vemon boys,  Ths Vemon fir* brigade took a prominent part in ths afternoon'* events,  giving son* good demonstrations of  th* ua* oi th* various items ai their  equipment, finishing with a handicap  race between the old horae-drawn Ur*  engine and the new automobile engine  which Vernon ha* juat added to its  fare-fighting appliances.  In the ^veuiug th* main strsst was  prettily illuminated with a multitude  of electric lamp*, sad a fancy dress  confetti carnival held. Ths crowd was  the biggest probably that has svsr  lined ths streets of Vernon, and th*  fun wa* carried on to a 1st* hour.  A masquerade ball wss also hold is  th* opera house.  The returning automobile* oame dribbling baok into Kelowna at ell1 hour*  oi the night. Ons and all oi tha excursionist*, apeak wall ofthe good tuns  Vernon had given them.  ���  NEW BUSINESS OPENING  Kelowna 1* to hav* a 5, 10, 16 and  95 oent ator* in the very near future,  Mr. A. F. Muellerwelss. recently from  th* United a tales, I* at present making preparations to open up suoh ���  store, to bs known as ths Kelowna  Smallwares Co. Mr. Muellerweiss' plan  is to oarry a oompleta oi sundry smaU  war**, each and *vory artlol* representing a good value at a popular  price. This, b* state, will be th*  basis oi th* popularity oi ths stoi*.  Among th* lines to be handled, will  be small hardware*, glassware, tobao-  co and pipes, tinware, stationery and  fancy goods, toy*, aU kind* oi kitchen articles, confectionery, post eaid*,  sundry housohok office and sohool  supplies. The etoro is to be ran on  ths liberal plan oi "aome in asd' look  around, whether you wont to bay nothing or not." The management expect* to be in rendSness lor opening  about September 16th on Water street  just around the ooraer from the Bank  of Montreal.. We are advised by Mr.  Muellerweiss to notify ths publio that  he extends to them a hearty Invitation to corns in and look around,  when th* store is opened.  ���    ������   DC VAL-On SepUrnber  8id  4o  the  win oi Mr. Bd. DuVal, a daughter.  CLOSED   THURSDAY    LAST-RESULTS OF OPEN AND HANDICAP COMPETITIONS'   . ������.;���;  Th* tennis tournament, organised by  the local tennis club concluded on  Thursday last and the iollowing Is a  list oi the various evsnts and competitors:���  Open Event.  In the gentlemen's singled Mr, Mot-  calf* defeated Mr. Adams. This ia the  third time in /four years that Mr. Metcalfe haa won the cup for this event,  Mr. W. E. Adams being the. winner in  1919.  Gentlemen's doubles,��� Messrs. Seon  and Stone won from Messrs. Pearce  and McLaren.  In the mixed doubles Mr. and Misa  Gardner were detested by Mrs. Gardner and Mr. R. J. Ftonu.  Ladies singles,��� Miss Seon defeated  Miss B. Seon.  Mrs. and Miss Gardner were the winners in the ladies doubles, defeating  Mrs. McNaughton and Mils Spencer.  Handicap Event*  Ladies singles,��� Hiss Soon v. Miss  Gardner,  Mrs. Murdoch and Miss Dykoe won  the ladies' doubles from Mrs. MoNsagh  ton and Mis. Spencer.  Messrs Leslis and Martin were the  contestants in the gentlemen's singles,  ths latter being' the winner.  In the gentlemen's doubles Messrs.  Penxoo and McLaren defeated Dr. Boyce  and Mr. MaKay.  Mixed doubles:��� Mr. and Mrs. Mur-  dock wera defeated by Mrs. McNaughton and Rev. C. H. Meyrick.  Ths play throughout the' afternoon  Was excellent, tho courts being in ,ood  condition. Perhaps tho most inter  eating game waB that between Messrs.  Leslis and Martindale in which tome  excellent volleys were kept up. Mr.  Martindale thoroughly deserved the  victory for which he had fought so  hard.   1 a)   LOCAL PRISONER ATTEMPTS    TO  I GET AWAY  The somewhat flimsy nature oi ths  temporary quarterB being UBed by tho  city polios authorities a* a jail  tempted Ed. Fisher, a tough who had  been locked up far sLi ��� n , to attempt  a sensational escape, last Thursday.  Fisher had been arrertel lor making  allay wRh goods from a shack on  Richter street, and although thoroughly searched whon being placed in the  coop, managed to securo some matches  probably through the if als nn<- ��� . f n,  pal. Ths cell which has been fitted up  temporarily in a portion of Lawson's  warehouse had only a light wooden  door to it, and to this he set fire,  burning a hole through large enough  to crawl out. Mr. Geo Meikle returning from lunch noticed th. .moke  in the warehouse, and put out the  fire with a pail of water. In the meantime Chief Sutherland appeared and  siring up the situation took his motor  cycle and made off along Pcndoni St.,  where he had suspicion* ths man  would go. These suspicions proved correct and he overtook the fugitive near  the sawmill.  He was captured and put baok in  the cell, which was fitted with a now  door,  Nothing, daunted, howovm*. he made  another attempt lo gain hie freedom  This time he wrenched the end off his  cot and using it as a pry hs broke  open the second door. H* was die  covered however before h* got away.  Friday morning Fisher wa* brought  up before Magistrate Boyce, and ,*nl  up to Kamloops for thr** month*.  HIE COMMITTEE SUBMIT  ESTIMATES FOR TOE TEAR  CONVENTION OF UNION OF B. C.  MUNICIPALITIES  Ths annual convention of the B. 0,  Municipalities opened its sessions at  Vanoouver yesterday, Sept. 3rd, and  continues during today and tomorrow,  The mayor and city olerk will represent Kelowna. The d la la cf the  convention are being carefully looked after, and It is anticipated tlrar. it  will be one ol the best attended rnd  most successful ol any yet held. Von.  couver are doing all in their power ta  provide for tho entertainment ol 0,  visitors. The prinolpal matter wliich  will be dealt with will be the consideration ot the draft of the new Municipal Act brought down at the lust  session of tho provincial legislature,  action being deferred till after ths convention of the Union of B, 0. Municipalities in order that opinion may be  peaied upon It.  m  r%,pli TAXATION WILL BE 18.4 MILLS   ON LAND    VALUES ONLY  A '  ��� .a>- vorTiTVirr<um aiTuttTna rw .A noa  Rutland News  fc-JJ*"  ���Jr  ESTIMATED SURPLUS OF 84,286.  I tho city council meeting held on  ' last Aldermen Copeland, Calder  a,'Thompson Taylor and Suther-  wore present, and after ths read-  [ the minute* by th* clerk    the  Ing   correspondence    was   dealt  i From, the secretary ot the Board  rude applying for thc total grant  i.DOO.OO for the current year. Fll-  From the municipal oounoil of Cold-  strolhi requesting Kelowna to rapport  the Cblilstrenin delegate to the annual  " htlon of the Union of B. C. Mu-  lities in the matter of applying  iVerriment asBiBtanoc for niunioi-  ik roads. It was decided how-  evoi; to leave the matter to the discretion of; tho oity'B delegates.  In bonnootion with a communication  tram the department of agriculture referring to the fruit tree, on Martin tt  Clement avenues, th. board oi works  was requested to have the trees destroyed to obviate further expense.  By-law. 137 and 138 were finally, pas  sod on the motion of Aldermen Taylor  and Calder,  The Light and Water committee was  requested to have an incandescent lump  placed at the corner ot Richter street  and, Stockwell avenue.  Ajderroan Copeland reported that the  poli��� commissioners bad decided to  lease the house lately vacated by Mr.  F. M. Buckland for police quarters at  the rate of 840 per month, and further  that various fixtures had been purchased for the sum of 840.00.  Estimates had been solicited for construction of cells in the basement and  thai of Mr. J. A. Bigear for $80.00  had been accepted. This action ol  the police authorities was approved on  the. motion oi Aldermen Thompson And  Costa*,  tabmHtei a summary Oi   tb*   financial estimates  Alderman    Sutherland  for (hs year, a. follows:  To His Worship, the Mayor.  Your finance committee beg to submit to you ths iollowing estimates ol  ordinary revenue and expenditure fee the year 1911:  ESTIMATED REVENUE  Trade and hotel licenses  _:.   Police court fines, eto    ,   Sundry Receipts   Electric light  ���,.   Electric power   Water rate.       Tax levy in the oity and school district, less discount ,  . 13700.00  ... 2000.00  ...   670.00  21,600.00  . 1678.00  ... 7826.00  48,973.00  ESTIMATED  EXPENDITURE  Offi-vs, oity clerk and assessor   Administration of Justice  ,.���   Street*  ,   Parks   186,343.00  87000.00  . 4326.00  .. 7600.00  ��� 3000.00  Donations���City Band ...: ���   Board of trade  ; ,,���.  in,  Hospital ���., '..���..,  �� Sundries      Interest on current loan*  ���   Interest on debentures    Sinking fund on debentures    Eleotrio r light operating    ,Wator-works operating    Publio schools ,���,.,  Sundry expenses ..,  Surplus to be carried forward to 1914 >  900.00:  4000.00  780.00  360.00  ' 6000.00  . 2000.00  , 16,888.00  . 8791.00  11,880.00  850.00  . 11,986.00  ... 2000.00  ... 4986.00  >  886,343.00  It is not the object of this report to furnish information other than    is  necessary for levying the rate ol taxation lor the present year.     However,  the following .information may be interesting to the public.  The 1913 assessment is as follows:���  Assessment on land   $2,728,680.00  Assessment on improvements  1,276,360.00  Assessment on land add improvements exempt from taxation ... 562,460.00  $4,066,380.00  The dobonture debt ot the city is $371,600.00, made up as,follows:���  Purpose of debt Amount Annual oost  to oity  $9468.00  6413.00  4169.00  9969.00  1989.00  680.00  Provided for by  frontage tax  The principal items of expenditure with-debenture charges added are   ss  fellows:���  Schools $16,146.00  Sewerage    6,613.00  Street*  ;  10,989.00  Donations ,    6,000.00  Parks   6,969.00  The electric light snd water works show a net profit of $8,842.00  Your committee would recommend th* iollowing rates:���  Debenture rat*  _..,-  9.4 mills  School  ; 1 .��    mill,  Genera!  ���'  6     mills  Eleotrio light and water  $127,800.00  Sewerage, system snd land   88,000.00  School, lands and buildings   62,800.00  Parks  ,  37,000.00  Streets and sidewalks   16,000.00  Sundry       8,600.00  Looal improvements     42,000.00  Total    18.4 mills  And that this rite be levied on land   values    only,    leaving    $1,976,860.00  worth of improvementa untaxed.  Had your oouncil followed the general eyalem of taxing both land and  Improvements a rate less than 16 mills would have been struok.  Although ths estimates show a surplus ol $4,286.00 it is absolutely essential that the various committees keep well within ths estimates: as, owing to the linancial stringency, there will be a greater proportion of unpaid taxea this,year than on former years, and it,is doubtful if banks will  loan money against unpaid taxes. Any department than oan possible curtail expenditure should do bo.  Respectfully submitted by  D. W. SUTHERLAND,  on behalf of Finanoe Committee.  iTontinuoii on Pair. 8.)  Mr. S. Hodkinson  duties a* leader of the Mothodist  church choir. The choir has been reorganised and rendered excellent music  last Sabbath morning aod evening.  Ths ssrvio** of Mis. Franca* Pearson,  has resumed his L.R.A.M., has been secured as prinoi  pal soprano and soloist. The choir is  being entertained this evening (Thursday) by Mra. Switser at th* pnrson-  ags-  (From our own coneiponden.)  MrB. Waitte of Vancouver ia staying  with Mra. Plowman for a few weeks..  Mies Florence Reed of Lewisham,  London, Eng., is visiting hor brotber,  Mr. W. It. Bead, of the Kelowna Irrigation Co.  Rev. Mr. Elliott of Vernon occupied  the pulpit oft the Methodist clurch laat  Sunday evening.  Mr. and Mra. Watson left for Washington yesterday morning after an  enjoyable three weeks Btay with Mr.  and Mrs. A. J. Clever.  Mias* Annie Gay entertained her Sunday school class last week nnd they  had a very jolly time. Some of the  parents were present, and assisted in  the entertainment of the kiddies.  The day school started out with a  good attendance of scholars, 2S being  present in the junior, and if I in the  senior grade, several promotions have  been made and seven new scholars added to the roll. .  The bricklayers have given way to  the carpenters on the new school. Wo  are pleased to learn that provisions  have been made for, revolving curtains  lo divide the north two rooms, whioh  when neoesaary can hi* 'hrown into  a good sized assembly hall.  Mr. A. E. Clarke was given a faro-  well shake of the hand last Friday,  when a presentation was made him  at the home of Mrs. Wm. Fleming, by  tho choir and congregation of tho  Methodist church. Mr. Clarke was a  good earnest worker and one of the  main staya of the church. He was connected with the trustee board, choir  and Sunday school, having served in  the capacity of leader and superintendent of the school.  Hay ahould be down in price this  season as nearly every orchardist has  grown some on Ms own land. It is  astonishing to view some of the stacks  ranging from the mound dumped down  by the eity chap, to tho methodical  business like stacks of the larger  ranchers. But for neat and square  Workmanship Mr. Archie Willcock tabes  the biscuit. It has been suggested  that it is a pity to Bpoil a good job  for the want of a few Bhinglea on $op  nd a little paint on the sides of the  stack.      f.,  Big Fruit Order from  Hudson's Bay Co.  PURCHASE TWENTY CARS  OF OKANAGAN APPLES  The Hudson's Bay Company has  placed an order for twonty carloads of  Okanagan applea to be ahipped to  their department stores in the northwest.  Negotiations had been in progress for  some timo between the exocutive of  tho Okanagan Fruit Growers Ltd., and  the Hudson's Uay Company with a  yiew to interesting the latter firm in  the now project recently organized for  handling tho fruit and produce output  of the Okanngan.  Mi". Statins, on behalf ofi tho Hudson's Boy Company stated that the  firm was for a time uncertain in which  form their assistance to the ranchers  of this distriot would prove the moat  acceptable, whether to tako n block  of shares in tho new organization or  to .create and. develop new markets for  the Okanagan fruits.  The latter was eventually the policy  decided upon by tho Hudson's Bay  stores commissianers, and an order for  twenty'cars has been placed with the  Okanogan T'nited Fruit Growers'. This  fruit will be the best of its kind; in  quality it will lie up to exhibition  grade, and ought to prove a big advertisement for tho Okanagan wherever it isf displayed and sold.  SEC-  An added attraction with the pictures in the opera house Monday and'  Tuesday next will be the Chicago Vaudeville Co., in Borne fine fringing, musical and dancing acts.  WORK ON TTOPE MOUNTAIN  TION OF K. V. R.  Work will soon be started on tho  38-mile section of tho Kettle Valley  railway between the summit of the  Hope Mountains a*nd ih town of Bbpe  on tho Fraser river. This contract has  been secured by McArthur Brothers Co.  of New York, and calls for the expenditure of threo millions. Mr. F.  C. Hitchcock, vice-president and general manager of the company, and  Mr. C. S. Tinkler western representative from San Francisco, have juat  returned to Hope from an inspection  trip of the route. The former stated '  that grading will be started .at both  eqids of the section. Xo less than  12 tunnels will havo to be constructed  in that distance. x  1     * -���   .-...   .   ,  THE BAND CONCERT  TOMORROW NIGHTS  The following program will be ren-r  dered by the band tomorrow ni$V< ut .  the city park:  March, "Boys Club."     Brooks  Medley   Overture "Rialto"    ... Ascher .  Waltz. "The Social Whirl"  Holmes  Schubert'a Serenade.  Mazurka. "Golden Rod."  Fulton  Caprico Espagnol  Beaumont  Dance Parisienne "Scattering  ot the Rosea       Hager  March. "L. I. B. A."   Hall  MR. HERBERT FRYER  The celebrated English Pianist who will givo a recital in  Kelowna on Wednesday next.  To the fortunate circumstances that  Mr. Herbert Fryer, one of the front-  rank pianists of the day, in over from  the Old Country on n visit to his  brother on the ColdBtream Ranoh near  Vernon, is due the fact that the manager of the opera house has been able  to induce him to give a recital in  Kelowna next Wednesday ovoning. Mr.  Fryer has a groat reputation in Loo*  don and 'the principnl continental cities; He has given forty recitals in  London alone, several in tho famous  Queen's Hall, and th" , fact that he  oould draw a full    audience in     that  great building to hear him unaided  by any other nttrnr-icn :s sufficient  testimony to his rank in tho musical  world. Ho has accompanied tho famous  Knbelik in tours ol Switzerland and  England, played.with Misa Marie Hall  in 40 concerts, and been personally  compliment od by Mr. Padorowski.- Ho  also played beforo his majesty, the King  niB'program Wednesday night will  include selerlions from Bethovon, Mendelssohn, Brahms and S'ht.mnn, and  n gi'oiin of Chopin nnmbrrs. for hi*  icmlriitig u , -  i oially famous. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTElffeEK 4, 1  .�� a* nil ft. ��ii ft* .. us ** ft* ft. us  ���� **  "    PROFESSIONAL AND    *��  ��*       BUSINESS CARDS      *��  ** *#  ** ** ** ** ** ft* ** ** *ii mi ** **  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  llewelaon Mock, Krlownn    -    'Phon* 206  I'.O. Box, W)  C, I larvey, B.A.. Sc, C.E.. D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.LS.     I  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER   and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Bo* 231  n�� < vnronTg  MR.  HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  Enliihitionct Royal College   of   Mimic,   nnd lately  with Kendrick Pyne.  Mm. Doc. Orgi-niM of the  Cathedral, Manchester, En...,  RECEIVES   PUPILS  Al lha Studio, Trench  Block. Kflowna,  Mu.ic   of   ..ir.   <le.criplion   .upplird.  P.O. Boi 437  RICHARD H.  PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVII. ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. VV. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Ho. ma Thorn, Be  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN  mid ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise)  STUD.r�� -Morrison-Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  '  CONTRACTOR a, BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  ings,Tov.*n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PI 10NE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony,Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY   HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Associate of the Roynl College of Organists, Loud.)  Gives lessons  in   the  above   subjects.  Qualified   by   examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes   at  local   examinations   (Trinity  College, London)  15   years' successful   teaching experience  Studio    -    Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McGill Univcraity)  Residence :   GLENN AVENUE  Messages   may   be   left   at   the   office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury & Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M.(London)  teaclV. corrrcl  VOICE  PRODUCTION, SINGING  Boi 366. K.lown..  Or apply  " Record " Office.  KELOJft-NH RECORD  Published every Thursday ai Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  <Ck  Subscription Rates:  |1.SU    per year;    75c, six    months     Un  Hiatus 50 ceuts additional.  All Hubauriptiotu payable) in advance.  Subscribers at the reirul..r rale cau have  ultra paper, mailed to friends at a distuned  at HALF UATl'i. i.e., 75 cents per year.  This special privilege U granted fur tho  purpose ol adverti-unir  the eity and district.  Advertising Rates:  L00GH NOTICES, PROFESSIONAL CARPS,  ETC., 26 emits per (...li-i-Hi inch par   w.'ek.  LAND ANU TlUHUR NO 11OES-80 tlavs, IS:  til) davs, |7.  WATER N0TICES-W U<* live Insertions,  I.UUAL ADVERTISINQ��� Kirst   InMrtion,    in  cents  per  line; each  subsequent iiiniTtn.ii,  ti  ivnts iwr line.  CLABSUHBD AOVERTlSBMBNTS-a t��nts iwr  word first insert......   1   cetit  per Word  .��<  subttequent insertiun.  DISPLAY   ADVBRTISEIIENTS-Two    Incln  and  under, 50 cents per   inch lirnt Inurtlotli  over   two inches  40 cents  per inch lir.it in  sertion; 20 cunts  insertion.  iht  inch    eneh mill  All clmnKus in contract advarMsotn> nts  bs in tho hands o( the printer by Tt  evening     tu    ensure   pulilimtiun   in   tho  issue.  mum  I'sdav  next  The Ladles' Hospital Aid ure looking  forward tu getting tlie generous support of tbo public at the annual ''Tag  Uay" which is fixed, for the lust day  of the I'ull Fair, Tho value of the  work done by Lho Ladies' Aid for the  benefit of the local hospital is of that  kind which is perhaps not quite id obvious until one begins to mako un-  quiriutj, bul it ia safe fo say thut the  kelowna Hospital Socioty would fiud  it very dlfHoult to gel along without  their assistance. In addition ��� to I bo  handsome buiiib of money which tbo  Ladles' Aid in conjunction with th*  "Country Girls' Branch" hand over to  tho funds of the hospital, 'the ladies  bave helped in a hundred ways in tho  work of the institution. Ono spociul  responsibility which they have taken  upon themselves is tho purchase and  care of all tho linen, which iu u hospital is no small undertaking, 'lhe' increased demands' upon them for this  purpose when the proposed now nuvtor-  nity wing is built will muke necessary  n still greater, accumulation of funds,  anil for this .reason the ladies ask tho  public to help them make this year's  "Tag Day" collection a record breaker.  Mrs. McKay bag charge of aU the arrangements and will .be glad to givo  any desired information. Members aro  also asked to spare no pains to. mako  the day a huge success.  Thr annual meeting of the Hospital  Aid it might be mentioned will take  plnco tho last Monday in October.  the matter of occupational diseases ia  of primary importance. Certain forma  of disease are closely associated with  certain trades, and preventive medi-  cincs has pointed out measures by  which the dangers- in connection with  these tradeB may be obviated. General  diseases can also be prevented. It is  only necessary to mention that dread  foe of the industOrial classes, tuberculosis, to illustrate the value of prevention. There are also many other  forms of'disease which can be dealt  with to advantage.  The first and most striking instance  of preventable deathes is found in the  figures of infant mortality. That this  mortality can be greatly reduce.1 Is an  admitted fact. A better milk supply  will undoubtedij help, bub intelligent  motherhood, a result of education, will  ho more to reduce tlie infant death  rate than anything else. Observation  and cITperience show that children who  aro breast fed by their own mothers  have g far better chance of living (fan  those fell on row's milk or artificial  food.  Conservation of health is perfectly  feasible and would have a imirked* effect upon the .efficiency of tho population. Prevention of disease would mean  Increased p?r capita wage earnings,  and hence, ;\ induction of that ratio  known as the ��wt of living. Preventive medicines assures greater power.  groater health and increased wage-  earning ability to tho individual who  follows its teaching?., and, at the same  time, increases* bis moral, menial anil  physical efficiency.���W.T..C.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Ooc.r Roqal Banh   ���    Kelotona, B.C.  CONCRETE  WORK  I have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliances for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this work.  in which I have had many years'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks.  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Clement ft R)ii��' office, Woolteley A v.  Raymer Block Richter Street  "PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  HEALTH. HYGIENE, AND THE  HIGH COST OF LIVING  Tho subject of the cost of living has  been considered from many different  points of view, and, with regard' lo tho  industrial class of thc population, it  may be suid that the term expresses  the relation between the cost of food,  shelter and clothing,, and tho wages  received, it follows, that anything  which increases tbe efficiency of the  people as a whole or the personal efficiency of the individual, tends to  lower thu ratio of expenses to income  and hence affecta tbe cost of living.  Tlni prevention of disease, therefore,  is necessarily a factor of the utmost  importance in connection with the coBt  of Jiving. Tostimony of a reliable  nature can be adduced to show thut  J...3 por cent., of the deaths each year  might be postponed, that 50 per cent,  uf tho cases of serious illness might  be proven ted. and that 112,.. years  might be added to the hngtb of the  average human life. if. therefore, the  present waste of health were couicrv-  ed, innumerable invalids would iMMOnUi  wage oarners; instead of being % I ill-  den upon others, they would be telf  supporting, and, as a result, 'he av  crugo income would be increased, 'on-  tinued ill health of even a trivial nature undoubtmMy docreuBi'B the efficiency and oonsetpiently the earning 'lower of tho individual. Preventive medicine has already don? much and rdn  still do far morn* in this jespect. 'lhe  physicinnB'can po.int the way, education can fit socie-ty to cope with the  diseases and a unison of the two will  reBult in a furttyer conservation of  health.  Preventable net idents, preventable  illnesB ami preventable deaths are unnecessary wastes Vf human efficiency.  Tn regard to tho. first of these, workmen's cpmpcnf��nt'.on laWB gnd humanitarian principles are already induoing  thc manufacturer! to iequip bis plant  with safety rYvicpB. 'Furthermore, de.  feotivo hearing, dlefeofcive eyesight and  and fatiguo are, I in ^addition to ignorance, - three gfreat. factors in promoting industrial'] aookle&tts and (actors whioh can'be hasily dealt with.  The greater number t.f 'accidents occur  at n time of the day; when fatiguo i*  most commotnly .'expetrlenoed by the  workers. By uiropri* meAsiines the ovtl  results of fatigue, can be almost entirely Hone awAy '"���HUtt '  With    regard ta    pre venial, lo illness  FHEE GRAZING LAND  Very excellent results, says the Colonist, should follow the new policy to  bo brought into existence by Mr. W.  H. Rossi :lw minister of landa,'.whereby the stockmon of tire province will  be permitted to ubo the pasturage on  the unoccupied public lands. This movt��  .should mean a . considerable impetus to  the industry in the province, for it is  certain that it will prove a stroug  inducement to those owning herds, to  settle in British Columbia as well as  an additional reason why the herds already located hero should bo iucreas-  ed. Tho new policy will prove attractive to llio small stockman, for provision will be made by which ho .can  obtain free pasturage for his cattle.  In the case of largo herds a nominal  grazing feo wiM be charged until Buch  timo as the industry is established on  a firm footing in the province. .It will  bo necessary for stockmen before being  accorded the privilege of pasturing  their herds on public lauds to obtain  a permit. Special safeguards will 4��  provided so that there is no interference with Bottlers, and1 it in anticipated that there will bo no inconvenience  occasioned on this account bocause tho  public ranges are so extensive. Arrangements will nlso be porfected to  insuro thnt the number of stock will  be limited to the grazing capacity ol  any particular range and that the productiveness of the land will not be  impaired in any way. Tho same privilege of free grazing will be extondtrd  to settlers who may have a few head  of cattle, for tho idea is to encourago  in this way the raising of stock and  it seems fair to Assume that the end  hoped for will be accomplished.  A 1  .MIST THINK OF IT  our  Hundred  Dollar (Irand  Piano  Absolutely QWen Away.  The More Rain  ���   the  belter you  will  be satisfied with my  WATERPROOF  COATS  The pricea are low for  a good quality guaranteed raincoat ���  $9.50  and   $14.00  Navy Serge Suits  that cannot be beaten.  Material   is  of British  manufacture   and   fast  dyes  $13,   $15,   $20,   $22  Suits Cleaned & Pressed  at moderate prices  iJ^L!    Water Street  (lat Block North)  Near Bank of Montreal  Look for the Sign  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  ��� iinlMiiHWhl  llllll  I ���Will I  Leavei Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30  p.m  Leaves Westbank 9.39 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    :     B.C.  That n<lvcrtining is now a science  is again <li.|iuinntrato<l practically tu  llio buying puliliti of thi* section by  tin; wonderful advertising system now  omphoyod by tho moat ontSTprising  business, hoUM ol Mon-inon-Thompson  Hardware Co.. who hit going to give  nwny AltSIH.I TUI.Y FREE to some  one ol their cii.tomei'H on lleoember 31  the beinitiliil Optra Parlor Grand Pi-  fuel which is now on uxliihilian at  llieii- store. Thu Upton (Irand sells lor  POUR IIUNM.I.D II01.I.AHS and Ib a  llllill CLASS instrument in evsry  respeot, til'AKANTKKI) by the makers  lor THN YBAKS, ,11'ST THINK OF  IT! A tour hundred dojlar piano to  he GIVEN A WAY I A low years ago,  if a merchant was to do suoh a thing  he would be considered a fit sutijeot  for an asylum, but conditions ' have  changed, yet in the face of; the enormous tmtn spent in advertising 'the fact  of the Morrison.Thompson Co,, ' giving  away a 9400 piano is a stupendous undertaking and it clearly demonstrates  their desire to bo "always up to and a  little ahead" of tho spirit of the  times.  Kvcry purchftBor of $1.00 worth ol  goods from any department of their  store will recoive a con; on good for  100 votes on the piano..,1'lui person  presenting the Ihrgesi. number of vote.  to . them on December !,1, will reoeive  the piano absolutely free. No favors  will bo nhnu ii and every person will  receivo an equal chanoo. The reputation enjoyed by tho Morrison-Thompson Co., for "stuaro rl ��.'<" ' -insures  this fact. We think the buying people  will appreciate this evlremnly liberal  offer and wo predict d lively eorsmbls  for votes.  ,:.���"���  be  (or  SYNOPSIS OP COAX MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-  neat Territories, and in a portion of  the Province ol British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-oae  years at an annual rental of II sn  acre. Not more than 2,560 aerie  will be leased to one applicant.  Applioation for the lease must be  made by tho applioant in pence, to  the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the distriot  in which the rights applied tor are  situated.  In surveyod territory the land must  bo described by sootions, or legal subdivisions ol sections, and in unsurvey-  od territory the tract applied for  Bhall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Eaoh applioation muet be  ponied by a fee of to whioh will  refunded if the rights applied  are not available, but not  A royalty shall 1>< paid act tbe merchantable output of the min. at ib*  rats oi five eente per too.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  righta are not boing operated, euoh  returns should be furnished at but  once a year.  'I'he 'lease will include the ooal mining rights only, but the leasee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be eon-  sidered neoessnry for tho working of  the mine at the rate ol 810 an aore.  For full Information applioation  should be made to lho .���oratory ol  the Department,ol the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent of Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. COBT,  Deputy Minister ol the Interior.  N. H. Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will net be paid  for. .  .**��� *    , '"��� "  ' Advertise   in the  Want quiok results.  "Rsoord" by-jr��u  We Should Have  GOOD ROADS  for some time to come  and now that money in easier, why not finally  decide to purchase that ear you have  had in mind io long? We surely  have  ���ometliing in the  Hit below that will  appeal to  you:  A Hudson Touring car, with electric  lights, electric starter, ficc.,, at       - $2600  A McLaughlin 40 h.p. Touring car at . $2450  A Ford Touring car at                    - $763  A Ford Runabout at          - (         - $713  A Lambert Delivery Truck at"        - $1375  A Yale Motor Cycle at       -           - $325  We alao  have   a   few  Second Hand Cars,  taken  in   exchange.,   od  whice we can make vary apecial  pricea   ranging   from    $350    upward*. '  In   any   event   come   in   and   look    our    atock [  over, and  remember   it   is   always   our   pleasure   to I  give   you   a   demonstration   of   nny  ears  we  have for sale j  Kelowna Garage k Mackiae Wtrki C��.,(  UMTEfi  Invest   your  money   in   real '  ���state. If you invest sensibly  it ia the safeit and beet land ef  investment in tke world te-day >  A few well made investments in real estate will make yeu  independent (or life. Vast fortunes nave teen nacde  from it���you bnve as mucli chance as anyone ta el. tke  same. Come in here to-day and let ua show yeu some ef  the opportunities we have.  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative is now ia Lendaa. kg.   5aad in your  list and get in touek with Caglisk bayea  'Phonr 240  P.O,Bok147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  Wt* Rpnair   ^aw ^'" Machinery, Factory  Meeliinery  " Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Oa  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevetore, Cement Mixers, Road Macbiner  Automobiles ,  We Stock   Cold  R��"ed Snafting'  Bolu' Screw'- Nu"  and Engineers' Supplies  Agent, for the l.nioua  CADILLAC CARS  , also Ior . *  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires;  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK  we  have engaged  the services of ai  automobile expert who has bad yeare of experience in firet-clas  shope.   We are giving satisfaction to a great many car owner  in the Valley and can satisfy you.  Kelowna iviacnme  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET       ... KELOWNA, B.C THUBSDAY, SEPTEJ-BEB 4, WIS.  KELOWNA RECORD  DONT  TRUSU  to memory to preserve  the changing likeness  of your growing boy^  or girl. Memoryplays  strange tricks sometime!.  A good PHOTOGRAPH  every year or so will  keep an accurate record' of the subtle  changes in their development.  ���and what a satisfaction that little collection will be to you  and to them in after  years.  CALL AT  GRAY'S STUDIO  ROWCUEFE BLOCK  Thnr-dsT, Friday and Saturday  10 to 5  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladies' and Gents' Rubber Heels  ol the Best Make.  When wanting the  PLUMBERS  for your repair* phone up the  Standard Plumbing  CO., Richter St.  'Phone 5203.  Residence three doors south  ol new English Chuch.  Warehouse and Office:  Glenn's Old Place ��� Leon Are.  First-flass Flve-tager  Mope Automobile  FOR HIRE  REASONABLE CHARGES  Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowna, B.C.  Gadde$-McTavish  Limilad  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  ���Phone 217  Leckie Block  j;: E GROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Excavating,   Well   Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired  Drains  Pumps Installed & Repaired  C. LANCASTER  Cawston AVer.    P.O. Box 541  Tuberculosis in Poultry  (By J..B. Terry;)  Tuboroulosis, or-consumption, often  referred to ns livST-disasiK, or "going  light," is one ol the most common diseases of birds suoh as the wmniim  fowl, dusks, turkeys, geese, pigeons,  doves, grouse, partridges, pheasant.,  storks, crimen, canaries, finohes, owls,,  swans, vultures, ostriches, crows and  parrots. There are aeveral types of  the micro-organism causing tuberculosis, and it is not known whether the  avian type is responsible for the die��  ease in all these species. It is believ,  ed that as many as 10 per cent., of  the deaths among poultry from "natural causes" are duo to tuberculosis,  and in some districts, especially mnong.  turkeys, the proportion is much high*  er.  The relation of tuberculosis ln birds  to that in mammals is still an unsettled question. It le known that  some birds, such aa.parrots,and canaries, die of tuberculosis of human origin. The avian germ ie not ousily  made to reproduce the disease in  mammals, but experiments have re.  resulted in its successful transmission  to rabbits, guinea pigs, and a cat.  as well as pigs. Rate and mice are  mid to die of avian tuberculosis in  bird-parks or zoological gardens, and  in turn infect birds that feed upon the  dead bodies.    ���  Symptoms  The most common symptom is diarrhoea, with the droppings of a greenish-yellow color. In the later stages  affected birds become very feeble and  thin, the comb and wattles shrink in  size and turn pale or dull )urple in  color. The mucous membranes which  surround the eye and lino the mouth  are also pale, and there is .loss oi appetite. Affected birds have an abnormal thirst, being eeen constantly  drinking, and oftentimes allowing the  water to run again from the mouth.  Lameness is very often preaent, accompanied in many oases by local  swsllings of the joints or on the skin,  especially about the feet and legs. Tho  affection known as "bumble-feet" is  often tubercular in origin, and l.r.ls  so affected should not bo kept with  other fowls, but killed and (wat. The  disease is usually of a protracted nature, ending in paralysis   nil death.  Tuberculosis is caused by i barul-is  or germ and the parts ol thn body  usually first attacked are tho intestines, liver, and spleen, the germs being taken in with food which, has been  contaminated by contact with the  droppings ol affected fowls. The bao-  teria are very numerous in the diseased tissue, much more so than in  human or bovine tuberculosis. They  leave the body almost entirely exclusively. The feeding habits of chickens  tend to rapidly spread the disease and  failure to keep pens constantly clean  and disinfected increases the chances  of infection. Cases have been known  of the disease having been conveyed  from ono yard to another by means  of infected manure carried on the  shoes. Examination of the body after  death reveals small whitish pitches, or  tubercles, in the liver, spleen and on  the lining of the Intestines, but these  may be found in other parts of the  body also.  Prevention and Treatment  It is almost impossible to treat this  disease successfully, and attention  should, therefore, be directed to .methods of prevention.  Where, an outbreak occurs it is eafer  to clear off tho entire stock; then to  apply freshly burned lime to ths soil  and rear new stock in new houses on  new ground. It ie a great mistake  to retain for; breeding, birds which  become sickly, or whioh, when Isolated and carefully treated for a few  daya, do not respond to treatment.  All such birds should be killed and  burnt. If it is desired to utilize the  buildings In whioh tuberculous stock  has been housed, thoy should be,thoroughly disinfected with some reliable  disinfectant, or oarbolio acid, aad allowed to remain ino.viupied for st  least six months. In the meantime,  several whitewashings'should be administered. The losses from the poultry "white i plague" would be appreciably reduced II such precautions ware  adopted.  Where poultry are kept in confinement, overcrowding of the runs should  be avoided; ��� a ��han,e to fresh ground  should be frequently arranged, II possible; and lime should be used aa a  top dressing for tho runs. Cropping  with, wheat, rye, oats, rape or kale  will' also sweeten the land, and at the  same time provide green food. Henhouses should lis roomy, dry, bright  well ventilated, and kept scrupulously  clean. They should be whitewashed at  least ones yearly. The disease develops rapidly in an atmosphere bf dirt,  damp and darkness. Wet mash should  be given in troughs, and should not be  thrown on ground Hkely to be contaminated with tbe droppings of other  fowl, because at already stated, infection is received, with the food.  , To sum up, destroy all affected birds  rinsed only from    healthy stock; keep  e houses clean; allow sufficient Hght  Utters of a Self-raised Office Boy  toHiiPal  In vdiichllimray I.U. of Kelown. happening to Mr,  Sidnay Harp.,, of Vancouver. B.C.  Dear. Sid,r-These be times in Kelowna which try men's hearts. We are in  the throes of a five-game baseball series with our hated rival Vernon. The  series is for a purse, of 1000 sijno-  loonsl I don't know, whether thia ie  real or conversation money, but anyway that's what it says on the bills.  Just bstween you and me, though: 1  don't believe there ib, that much loose  coin in B. C. I know il I had that  much muzuma I'd die from. lack of  sleep watching it. To return to the  subject, the lirst game of the series  was played on Tuesday, and woe is  mo���also curses both loud and duopl  We lost it I First blood to the enemy  but this will not discourage our brave  boys, ltather will it stir them on to  renewed effort, which will lead them  on Irom viotory to victory, until like  the. mighty and Irresistible avalanche,  they will crush the loe Into an unroo-  ognitable pulp (just then he fell out  of bed). Honest, Sid, I, think if, our  team loses this series, I'll either take  the veil or end it all in the lake.  On Wednesday next we are to have  an attraction at the Opera House, the  like ol whioh is seldom seen in a town  of this size. sir. Herbert Fryer, a  pianist, with the widest continental  reputation, having given recitals in all  the capitals and principal cities of  Europe, meeting with unbounded enthusiasm and praise in every one is to  favor us with one of his unimatiblo  ooncsrta.  Mr. Fryer has given in London nbova  41) recitals in Albert, Queen's, andnum-  erous other halls of ths world's metropolis. Coming to us with trhe stamp,  of approval placed upon him by the  most fastidious audiences of the world  ia surely a guarantee that he is a  artist of unusual ability. To tbe true  lovers of muaic this U the opportunity of a life-time.  On Saturday night we have a picture made by the grandest actors ol  ihem all, King fiaggott. Needless to  say it will be good, as all his offerings  are, but thia picture has exceptional  merit, giving; Mr. Baggott unusual opportunity of displaying the talents  possessed by him to such a degree. The  title is "The Comedian's Mask."  Do you remember, Sid, when we wore  children together, how we used to pick  a bunch of the festive angle-worms  and hie ub blithely to the purling  brooklet which baobled gayly on its  way, to the sea through daisy sprinkled meadows and cool' reimh'.ng ��vnod-  lands, there to coax the wary trout  from his retreat beneath the moss covered bank? As I remomber it now  I couldn't have been much of a ooexor  for while you always came home with  a nice string, I was lucky if I got  one' or two sickly looking minnows,  for my day's work. As a fisherman  1 was a large well, developed onion,  and thus it has been .ever since. I  have been out with people in the same  boat, .and while they were pulling in  one alter another, I would sit there  like a potted palm, and get nary a  one. But, my boy, I am going to bust  that hoodoo into 7,000,000 pieces. The  ktokininnies have started to run,and 1  am going to take a clothes basket,  go down to ons of these creeks and  camp there until 1 have snared at  least live or six fish, which will break  all existing records for me. 1 muet  close now and fold my head in slumber, for goodness knows we need tha  sleep.  Write soon and give me all the latest scandals. Be sure and let ma know  how your approaching nuptials are  coming on. Greetinga tor all the crowd.  Yours.    JIMMY.  ALUMINUM COOKING VESSELS  AUK SAFE  An investigation has been carried on  by ths laboratory of tho London Lao-  cot Into the extent and way in whioh  various aluminum cooking, vessel, were  affected by the usual articles ot lood  and flavoring materials used in cooking, Ths only case In, which a de-  terqgatoiy result worthy of considers  lion was obtained was in tha us* ol  baking soda, and this ahould there-  lore be avoided. Hownvor, a warning  to this effect is frequently issued when  aluminum cooking utensils are sold.  It appears therefore that the use of  pure aluminum cooljing vessete need  occasion no. misgivina; rs to possible  ovil effoots.���W.L.C.  aad ventilation; diisinfoct all drinking  Water with permsvnganate of potash,  Snd see that pans are scalded at least  twice a month; periodically (hangs tno  keels to fresh gpoundv whenever pos-  tlble* adopt th* colony system of  Rousing, with fro* range; in purchasing  fresh stock,, quarantine lor at least  tea days, not necessarily in the shipping coop or box���an empty pen is  thS"proper place for this purpose} and  bjr:the event' of disue* breaking out  notify the department, and, if necessary, a personal visit will ba paid by  a msmber of the staff, and the diseaso  diagnosed, and the line of treatment  BED GLASS BOTTLES SHOULD BE  USED FOB MILK.  That light is detrimental to the  conservation of milk is well known;  lately, however it has been discovered  that the violet rays are the most  detrimental, while the red rays are beneficial. Sterilized and unsterilized milk!  if in plain glass bottles, "turn" equally quiokly when oxprs-vl to sunlight.  The claim that' the use of red  glass or red papsr wrappings is of  advantage in conservin r milk, could  very easily be invest igat d by Canadian dairy companies, experimental  farms and agricultural colleges. In future it may be tound desirable to deliver milk in the colored bottles whioh  aro now gonerally used lor buttermilk.  Investigation along those lines would  be neither difficult nor expensive to  carry on and might prove of' advant-  age.-W.L.C.  THE MINEB'S INCH  On the Pacific coast the unit for  measuring water in mining ia known  as the miner's inch. This varies greatly In different localities and is now  generally defined by legislative enactment. The statute inoh of Colorado,  for example, is defined as "an inch  square orifice, which shall be under  a five-inch pressure measured from tho  top of tho orifice to the surface of  the water, in a box set in the banks  of the ditch. This orifice shall in all  cases bo six inches perpendicular inside measurement, and all sides closing the same shall mope horizontally,  while from the water in the ditch the  box shall have a descent greater than  one eighth of an inch to th* loot.' '  In British Columbia, under the water clauses consolidation act, 1897,  section 143, a miner's inch is declared  to be a How ol water equal to 1.68  cubic feet per minute. Therefore, a  miner's inch is equal to .028 cubic  feet per second, and 1 cubio toot per  second is equal to 36.71 miner's inoh-  es, approximately. One cubio loot per  second would be equal to 38.4 Colorado miner's inches.���A.V.W.  THE FEIGOBIE  The development of refrigerating industries has been so vast and so rapid  of late yeara that it has been found  necessary to define new units of measurement and terms of appellation.  Tbe most essential of these is tho  frigorie. This is the.exaot opposite of  the heat unite, the calorie, which represents the amount of host required to  raise one kilogramme of water through  one degree centigrade, except at the  boiling and freezing points. The frigorie is the amount of cold required  to lower one kilogramme of water  through one centigrade. It required 80  calories to raise one kilogramme of  water from 0 degrees to one degree  centigrade, and a kilogramme of ice at  0 deg. centigrade will, therefore, finish 80 frigories in melting, or in other  words, it will abstract 80 calaries from  the atmosphere.��-W.L.C.  DAVIES ft MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan, and Eatim.tea  Flniahlng work > epseislty  Office -. No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelownn.  Greenhouse.  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plant.   Specification*   and    Eitimatei  Furniihec.  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The most modern and up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  lake.   Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and the best  the market affords  A Musical Evening is Entertained Every Saturday  For weekly rate., alao reaervationa during regatta week, apply to  H. VINCE   -   Manager  LIME! LIME! LIME!  Quick Lime  Hydrated Lime  Agricultural Lime  The Shell Lime Co. (OK Brand), will be prepared to sell any of  theae products  PRICES, &c, ON APPLICATION  SHELL LIME CO., Okanagan Falls  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or'call at Horrock's Second-Hand Store  W; P. MEREDITH  Proprietor  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna    -    B.C.  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE   .   104  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ���  ELLJS STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91 - - - ��� On call day and night  Pequegnat Mantle Clocks  Mahogany  Clocks,  made in  Canada  Half- hour  strike  Solid Oak,  wilh a  fine 8-c'ay  movement  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Kelowna, B.C.  ���Phonr 270  -_ KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1.13/  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for Fall  or Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported  French seedlings, three-year  roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin  Delici jus  Spitzenberg  Wealthy  Mcintosh  Jonathan  King David  Grimes Golden  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Bartlett  D'Anjou  Boussock  DuCc  PLUMS  Bradshaw  lulian Prunes  CHERRIES  iing  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morello  Our  Stock   has   Won   Its   Own   Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  ..  ,  ..  TOWN AMD COUNTRY NOTES  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  [istimntcB Furnished on  all kinds of Iniilclinys.        Residences and Modern  Bungalows n Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I luive a full line of interior decorations, r.onsistinir of tlir latest and mosl  up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspect my atock of Wa.lpi.pert nnd get my  eatimate on your apring painting and  decorating,  Cily and country patronage solicited  Mr. LA. W. Bowser left for a business  trip to Montreal on Tuesday.  Miss Cornel., of Montreal,whose1 father owns land in Glenmore. is tho guest  this week of Miss Reid.  Don't forget the benefit entertainment tonight     at the opera house, in  aid of!the baseball club,  t  t  *   ��  Mr.  I.isle Coates left on  Sunday for J  a short    visit    to    Seattle and   othor  coast  cities.  ��� '���   ��   t  Miss M.  If. Sautar, of Port Arthur  waa  ni}  arrival  last  Saturday for    a  short visit.    Miss Sautar owns land in  (llenmoro.  The Ladies'' Aid of thc MethodUt  ohuroh ure holding a sale of home-  cooking on Saturday, Sept. 13th in  Mr. (', ('. Josselyn'fl office.  * *  *  *  Mr, I-.. I.. Ward, secretary of the  Kelownn Poultry Association is at  Vancouver this week ns delegate t<>  the convention of the B. 0. Association,  The Baptist Ohurcn pulpit will bo i  occupied on Sunday morning by Mr,  II. 1). Riggs. and in the evening by  Mr. H. CPaokham.  Don't forgot the social boing hehl  tonight at tho home of Mrs. l.eekie in  connection with the Baptist Ladies'  Aid.  ��   *   *   *  Mr. and Mrs. TT. TT. Millie left by  Monday's boat for Halcyon in company with Mr. Boyd, who has been a  visitor in town for the pant few days.  Members of tho musical nnd dramatic BOOlety are requested to take notice that a meeting of all members  Including the orchestra, will be held  in the practice room on Tuesday, September -Uh nt 8 p.m., whon business  of an important charnetor will bo dis-  oussed,  The party of excursionists who returned by tho S. S. Aberdeen on  Monday had a pretty slow trip, owing  lo the journey being broken to tow  tho "York".with two loaded car barg-  I en off tho eastern bar of the lake, a  I few miles north of Okanagan Centre,  j where it appenrs t'..- ivintl had beach-  led it.  # *   "   #  Mr. C. C, Josselyn returned Tuesday  from the automobile tour into Washington and Oregon. TTe visited moBt  of thc principal points of intereat. including Spokane, Snuti'". .Tacoma and  Vancouver, and reporta a very enjoyable holiday trip. Excepting a few  insignificant tire troubles hia car ran  I the whole journey without mishap.  British Women!'  Emigration Association, Zondon, England, was in   town  !   Tin1 lion. .Arthur Broderiok from the  on    Friday  last    to inspect    the New  FToitot,    Park avenue.     He, was shown  through   lho  building by  Mr.   P.    TCd-  mund   Corby,  the architect,  and     expressed hiinsoM very well satisfied with  'everything,    lie left   on  Saturday nor-  ning for tho coast cities.  WOULD YOU LIKE THIS BEAUTIFUL PIANO AS A  PRESENT?    WE SHALL  POSITIVELY GIVE IT TO SOME ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS  Come to our store, see and try tliJB splendid instrument.    We will tell you all about our plan of giving this  piano away.     This is a present worth  having.     This   Piano is of the celebrated UPTON PARLOR GRAND '  make.   It carWes the manufacturers' Ten Year Guarantee.   We cordially invite your inspection.  Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  Clarence Jones left on Tuesday for  tho coast where he wild take up studies at the Columbian College, New  Westminster..  * *   *   ���  Miss Hartin returned from the coast  on Thursday where she attended the  tall millinery openings at  Vanoouver,  Seattle und Viotoria.  ��   ��   �� '��  Mr. A. ti. Skey, manager of the  Kumloops brunch of the Bank of Hamilton spent ihursday in the city.    He  returned to hminloops on Friday.  * ��  ��  ���  Mr. J. A. Biggur hus the oontraot  from the council tor constructing colls  in the old Uuckluud house, which is to  be used us police headquarters.  * *   *   ���  Mayor Joucb und City Clerk Dunn  left Tuesduy for the coust to attend  Lhe couvuntiun of the Union of 11. C.  Municipalities.  Mrs.  Jonea also   went  lor u  short  visit.  * ��   *   ��  Mr. Neil Dalgleish went over to  Kamloops uu Saturday last to be present ut the marriage of his sister Annie to Fred (J. Nicholson, which took  place lust evening.  ��   *   *   *  Prospects ure bright for a first-rato  poultry show this year, and a muob  larger entry thun ever is anticipated.  SeVeral new classes have been added,  including dressed poultry. A goerd lost  of spoeial prizes has also been promised.  * ��   *   ��  A fine packing shed has been sreet-  d at Okanagan Mission and is now  in operation. .While built primarily tor  business purposes, it may possibly be  useful, as a pleasure rendezvous in  winter, and we understand that heavy  boots are not allowed on the floor! ,  tt   ���   ��   ��  Tho tobacco harvest has beon in progress for somo duys and surpasses  even optimistic expectations. Tho plantations aro npen to publio inspection  and many people ure taking advantage  of tho opportunity to watch the -regress of a promising looal industry.  * ���   ��   *  la tho Methodist church next Sabbath morning, tho pastor will continue  his series of sermons on Salvation  taking an a topie "Salvation by Social Service," and in the evening he  wilt give an introductory address of a  series on "The Apostles as Everyday  Men."  * *   <���   ���  The Epworth League of the Methodist church and the young people are  having a picnio ,nud boating excursion  next Thursday afternoon to the west  side of the lake. Boats leave the,ferry  wharf at 130,p.m. All the young poo-  ple aro invited and requested to bear  the dute in mind.  * ��   ��   *  Mr. W. II. Rrent has roeently pax  chased the new rsaidenes just somplet-  ed and owned by Mr. Biggar on Lawrence avenue and* the house recently  completed ou the- adjoining lot has  been purchased by Mr. Fred O'MeiL  of Kamloops. Thin also belonged to  Mr, Bigger. The deals wore put  through by I). IH. Uutlunbury.  .'��   ��   ��   ��  Mr. it. W. Ball of the Dominion  Trust ('o., Calgary, along with a party of Calgary business men spent the  week end in Kelowna visiting the various points of interest and inspecting  Homo of tho orchards in the neighborhood. They were much improBsod with  tho development which hns taken place  in tho Ulemnoro district during the  last year or two. Mr. Ball who visited tho valloy in May lust wan particularly impressed with tho splendid  growth which the treos havo mado this  Hummer, and with tho ((.moral air of  progress and prosperity. Mr. Ball  ntates that a groat many Alberta people aro interested in tho Okanagan and  particularly In the Kelowna district,  nnd he looks for a large influx of settlors into thia section from that province during tlte coming fall and winter. The Central Okanagan Co., have  made several sales of property in  Glenmore during; tho past week. .  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernard Avenue      - .      Kelowne, B.C,  P.  & 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 wil*  ���(  tows,  awl  being   ������"  about leo fast above tL�� laka, it command* a beautiful view of the town, *l.e and ewrroaaeHaf counftry.  Idea) Fruit Soil. Abundant* mt Water.  Close to Town mmi Mark��t,  Thar* ia oalv ana GLENMORE.   Deal Ma*tke op-  port unity   af  selecting  a few acre* of this desirable        '/  property.  If you wiah a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and wa will  ahow you our sub-division . i  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  , just four blocks fiom th* contra af th* town.     Prieee low.   Tenia eaay,  monthly payment*, if a* desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the best board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats   * i     ���'���������; '������!  A large acreage will be planted thi* spring  with  standard varieties  .        '    i   .__ ��� .  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  ������'��������� ft i  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped  to supply all  your  lkmber needs.  We have now a large stock ot local and coast  ��� r  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality snd In splendid  condition  A complete line ot  DOORS  AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBEB 4, 1913.  KELOWNA KECOKD  We have ift. stock  McCormick and Deering  Mowers  Rakes and  Hay Ta  in different sizes  lers  We  invite  you   to  call  and  inspect  our  NEW HARNESS STORE  We have separated it trom our Implement  department, dnd will now be in a better position to carry nothing but tirst-class stock  You will find our stock of RIDING GOODS-complete,  also a good selection of Dusters and Rugs  W. R. GLENN & SON  ' Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street & I^wrence'Avenue    -     KELOWNA  'Phone1150. ,  WHAT IT COSTS  to furnish a Bedroom  Dresser and Washstand, in  surface oak, with a 14 x 24  bevel plate Mirror    -       - $13.50  White enamelled steel Bed,  brass fittings, 4ft. 6in. wide     4.00  Bed Spring, 4ft. 6in.i wide    -     3.25  Combination felt and- excelsior  Mattress in A1 grade ticking  4ft. 6in. wide   -       -       -     4.50  Good quality English tapestry  Carpet     -       - -     7.00  White porcelain Toilet Set    -     2.00  I Net cash price  -  $34.25  The above are not a cheap line purchased  for advertising purpo��rs, but our liigh quality  standard sto<i at our regular everyday price  WE NEVER  .(ACRIFICE   QUALITY  FOR   I^RICE  Kelowna Furniture Company  SAVE  YOUR  PICTURES  BY  HAVING  US   PRAM.E THEM  E   1 U�� j ���  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Preebyterien and new English Churchea)  Now ii the time to.giant  Megooi. At Senator Dunlop  25c. in.-, $1.50100  CUTFLOWERS    Vs��.i.BI��'��n<i Adding Plant.    POT PLANTS  Strawberry Wants  Order, taken for   Bu^S      '"'F'" "d  Winter Planting  Phon.M        PALMER & ROGERSON      p.o.b��. ii.  The Danger of  Potato Canker  I'otato ouoker ahould i ot be allowed  to gain a foothold in Canada, it ie  a diseuao that makes alow rjro(jr.>3��  but where once broken out It 'has defied every known means oi control.  With the approach oi the potato bar-  vest all growers are particularly requested to .examine their potatoes for  signs of eunker. A case of potato  canker escaping- detection forms a  source of future infection.  The appearance ol this diBOune has  been well illustrated by the Farmers'  Circular No. 3, obtainable free Of  charge from the .Publication Branch, of  the Department of Agriculture, Ottawa. Potato Canker owing to its serious nature has been made subjeot to  oertain legislative measures under the  Dominion Destructive Insect and Pest  Act. In order to familiarize the fanner with the requirements of the Aot  their attention is called to the following oxtraots: and other information  concerning the necessary steps to be  taken in oase potato canker is discovered in any locality.  (1). Un disco very ol any sign oi  potato conker farmers should immediately notify the Dominion Botanist,  Experimental Farm, Ottawa of the  outbreak, at the aame time submit/I  ting specimen, when an inspector will  be sent to aasiat and advise the farmer as regards the treatment to be  given.  (2), Unless prompt action is taken  and the authorities are notified without delay the whole crop of potatoes,  whether "apparently" sound or diseased is liable to destruction under  "The Destructive Insect and Test Aot,"  Regulations 7 and 8, reading: 7.���If  on inspection, nursery stook Air other  vegetation or vegetable mutter is found  to be infected with any oi the insects,  pests or diseases hereinafter specified,  it shall be destroyed to the extent  deemed necessary by the inspector and  in his presence. All cases, paakages  and packing in which such stock has  been contained shall also bs destroyed in the same manner. 8.��� Any inspector entering any lands, nursery or  other premises where there is rem on  to believe that any of the Insects,  pests or diseases hereinafter specified  are or may lm present, shall give instruction for the treatment or destruction of any tree, bush, crop or  any vegetation or vegi'tabbrj matter or  the containers thereof, which may be  found or suspected to beiinfestod with  any of tho insects, pests or diseases  hereinafter specified, nnd Buoh instruo-  tions shall be carried out by the owner or lessee of the infected or suspected vegetation, vegetable matter, or  containers thereof, and suoh remedial  treatment shall bo oarried out and  continued until the insect, post or  dimuae ahall bo deemed by tho inspector to have boon ox'.crrm it.J."  (3). Cut off and burn all potato tops  or stalks without removing them from  the infested urea.  (4) Dig at onoe ull potatoes on your  (arm, carefully lianrl pick them and  those already dug, and separate the  diseased tubers from those "apparently" or perfectly sound.  (5) Place the diseased tubtrs ln a  pile and oover with earth. The inspector will adviso you regarding their  disposal. ...  (6) All porfoctly, or "apparently"  Bound tubers may be 'tor d in tho  usual way, but none must, bo used Ior  any purpose whatsoever until the inspector has given permission,  (7) Allow no tubors to remain in  the ground, nor any animnl to havo  access to an infeotod field. The organism causing the disease is liable to  be spread through the exoreta ol animals having eaten infected potatoes in  a raw condition.  (8) No raw potatoes, whether dis-  oased, "appurnii.lv", or perfectly sound  ��� mint be mail for nny purpose whatever. After they have Ifeen examined by  tho inspector thay. may be boiled. Tbo  boiling will absolutely destroy the dii-  oaso germ. All polnlo parings n ..-it.  bfl burned immediately.  (0) Under no circumstances may you  disposo of, sell, rocoivo nr xive l��* ��y  any potatoes resulting from a diseased crop, however slightly thut crop  may have been affected. Note peculations 10 under the "The Dostructiv-o  Insect and Post Aot." which roads:--  "It shall be illegal to sell, offer lor  Bale or in any way dispose of or lo  receive any trees, shrubs or other  pkantB, vegetable matter or portions  of tho flame, il the Battle aro infested  with nny of the insects, pests or diseases hereinafter spocifiod."  (10) If the quantity of potato^  permitted by tho inspootor to bo used,  is considerable, you are strongly ad-  viBsd to keep a number of pigs and  UBe a quantity of boiled potatoes  among the usual fo. d.  (11) The use for seed ol any. potatoes resulted Irom an inlected crop, no  matter how sound they may appenr. is  strictly prohibited, as lho diseaso is  entirely propogatod by tho ubo ol infeotod need.  (12) The land on which a diseased  [crop has bean, raised ia useless for the  cultivation of potatoes for an indefinite number of years. It may, however, be used for the growing of any  other kind of orop, except potatoes.  (13) All tools, implements, etc., used on infected land must be carefully  cleaned by washing with an antiseptic  solution (crude carbolic acid, sheep  dips, etc., etc) before removing, them  from auch infected land. Any soil left  adhoring to them or to the boots ol  peraons working n. '< ���.rid. is liable  to contain disease germs, and in this  way may be responsible Ior carrying  the disease to clean land. In conclusion I mn I caution you to carefully carry out all these instructions.  They have been devised to protect  your own and the country's i interests.  Alao kindly    note    paragraph "8" of  The Destructive Insect and Pest Act"  reading: 8. "Kvery poison who contravenes any provision of this aot, or  any regulation made thereunder, shall  be liable to a fine not exceeding one  hundred dollars, or to imprisonment  for a term not exceeding six months,  or to both fine and imprisonment, eto.  Further note paragraph 7 of the Dea-  tructive Insect and Pest Act; 7. "The  minister, upon the report of any inspector setting forth a reasonable belief of the existence of any insect, pest  or disease in an area defined in such  report, may prohibit the removal from  auch area, or the movement' therein ol  any vegotation, vegetable or other  matter, whioh, in his opinion is likely  to result in the spread of suoh insect,  pest or disease."  Memo'���The potato disease referred  to "as hereinbefore specified"   in   the  Act" or "regulations" ia potato  canker, Chiysoplyctis endobiotiou,  Sohilb.  N. B.���Letters and parcels or enquiry  below five pounds in weight ure carried free by mail if addressed' Dominion Botanist, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa.  BIG DAM WILL BE TESTED  THIS FALL  This coming sutuuiu the big irrigu-  tion dam located on tho Dow river,  three miles south oi Baaaano, at a  cost of ,0,000,000, by the Canadian  Pacific Kailway, will be given its first  severe tost. This dam will pile baok  the waters of the river, forcing it  along tho crawling valley canal into  a thousand miles of ditches, und laterals serving, a million aores with water.  Great importance is attached to the  preliminary test and should thingi  turn out satisfactorily, the water will  be turned on in the spring and the  central portion of the eastern irrigation block will be una'er irrigation for  the first time.  LtaA, ,,sa IM.J  Sealed tenders addrossed to the un-  ciermgned and aadorsed 'Tender, ior  Jetty and Dredging at the North Arm  of the Fraser iUvor, B.C." will ba  eoived at this office until 4.00 p.m., on  Tuesday, September 30, 1013, ior the  construction of Jolty and Dredging at  the North Arm of the Frasar iiiver,  H. 0.  Plans, specification and form oi contract can bs seen and forms of tender  obtained at this Department and at  tha allies* oi C. C. Worsfold, Esq.,  Distriot Engineer, New n cstiniustur.  B. C, W. Z. Earls, Esq., District Engineer, Winnipeg, Man., J. 8, MaoLach  tan, Esq., Distriot Engineer, Victoria,  B. C, J. L, Miohaud, Esq., District  Engineer, 1'ost Office Building, Montreal, I'.Q., J. O. Sing, Esq., District Engineer, Confederation Life Bud  ding,, Toronto,, (Ont., and an uppli.u-  tion to tha Postmaster at Vanoouver,  B. O.  Parsons tendering are notified that  tandars will not bo considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures  stating their occupations and plaoos  of residence. In the oase of firms, the  aotual signature, tb* nature oi th*  occupation, and plaoe ol re.Uleuos of  eaoh member, of thai firm must ba given.  liaoli tcndior mult ba acooinpanied  aa accepted) cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of tha Honorable the Minister of Publio Works,  equal to five per cent., (S, p.o.) ot the  amount ot tho tionder, whioh will be  forfeited if the person tondoring. decline  to enter into a contract when called  upon to do so, or fail to oomplotethe  work contraoted for. If the tho tender  be not aooepted )the cheques will be  returned.  The Dopnrtment   doen not bind,itself  to ncoept the low est or any tendor.  By   Order,  11. C nusmii.iiKKs  Secretary.  Department, ol Put illo Worka.,  Ottawa, j tagust 18, 1913.  Newspapers wfll i rot be paid. for this  advertisement if tt sy insert it   without authority froas     the Department.  ���BarJ  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.  TalajUtajti  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  ^ Equal Heat In Every Part of  ���si*     The Gumey-Oxford Gven  ifij.  &  <&  ��  &  Every woman well knows thc bad results from  constantly opening the oven doer to move a cake  to another shelf crturn ft pr.a cf biscuits. Often  the shifting or thc cold air striking in proves  utterly disastrous O her baking.  Tha Divided r.uocn ths Gurney-Cs.'ord range  equally distributes U:z heat to all parts cf the oven  which is regulated to the exact temperature required by means of thc Econorr. t er.  This wonderful ti:zie-lsbor-and-moncy-saving  device controls thc heat ofthe whole range.  It is worked by a small handle r.-hich moves  around a scries of s::. notches. The housewife  soon learns that by moving the handle to No. 1 she  has a very hot oven, to No. 3 a moderate oven,  and that No. 6 checks the nre so as to burn  scarcely any coal while ike goes out shopping On  her return she simply moves the handle to the  number that gives the required heat and the result  is prompt.  Of inestimable value also is thc Droiler Attachment and thc Special Grate.  But a most delightful feature about the Gurney-  Oxford is its constant bright and shining appearance.  It has o smooth polished top that never requires black lead and is thoroughly sanitary.  For years stove experts have been working out  woman's problem in the kitchen and the Gurney-  Oxford range is the solution.  ��  ��  D. Leckie   -   Kelowna  Ovor 200,000 persons emigrated from  Scot 1.un I during tho four year.. 1900-  to 1012.  The OkatUWftll and Sjmllumchoen Ag-  icuii unit Society havo decided to tn Id  tho second Okanagan Valley Apple  Show at Vernon on Wednesday and  Thurmlay. October 22 and 2,1, Hon.  Price Ellison, W. Scott Allen and W.  Crawley Uicartlo are officers ot tha  association.   ���>   Hon. Martin Burrell, who is now on  the Virginian, homeward bound, frequently played golf during his stay  in England on tho Criocieth links  whore Mr. Lloyd Goorgo usually plays,  tn writing to tho chancellor of tho Ot*  chequer thanking him for hit- hospitality, the Canndinn minister remarki'���  "Tho view from your links is tho fin-  iHlwMrth."     ;  A good goat will yield from ono to  two quarts of milk daily, and oobIh  from 82 to $20; and, according to Dr.  Sheldon W. Bull ol Buffalo, the goat,  is the only dairy nninrnl immune from  tulwrculosis. Furthermore goat's milk  is rioher, more nutritious, and more  easily digested than cow's milk.���Why  not get a gont.  The news that a committee of Alberta municipalities had adopted a  resolution urging the Provincial Government to exercise supervision over  provincial borrowing, analogous to  that exoroised by tho British looal  Government Board, is regarded in  London n* a very prudent stop. Tho  "Financial- Times" says it welcomes  the sign that Canadian local authorities aro becoming alive to the danger  of Indiscriminate borrowing. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, U18.  1 '       ,  .' '.1.   '..lm*!.. fBBaW  VACATION DAYS  are now over for the boys and girls.  School has commenced and the boys need  or perhaps odd pairs of pants.    Whatever their needs we were never so ready for the  schoolboy as we are this season  We have a complete stock with a large and  varied selection of Norfolk and College suit  styles made from good quality imported Scotch  and EngUBh Tweeds and fine Worsteds.  Unbeatable values in Hoy's Suits. Stylish  Russian Tweed suits trimmed with two rows  of Brass Buttons and Leather Belt, buttoned  close to neck, made from,excellent quality English Tweed in a medium fight shade of brown  with a distinctive greenish tint, also plain  brown and velvet cord. Si/.es to fit bo\s Irom  2 to 5 years. Prices from $3.50 to .    .    .   : 7.50  Hoys two-piece, Norfolk Suits arc in great  demand this season and at our special prices  they are remarkable values. They will solve for  many months tne problem of securing a suit  that will look neat and wear well. Si/.es 24 to  28. Prices from S3.25 to Jq.^o  Boys two-piece Suits. These two-piece suits  are verv popular for boys wear because of  their manly appearance and good wenr.ug quality, made from good serviceable English I weeds  in smooth looking double-breasted styles. Pants  are cut full bloomer style with strap and buckle  Sizes 28 to 34, Prices from S3.50 to .    . S12.50  PRICES:  We are still offering our special  10 per cent, discount off all our  regular lines  Wonderfully low cut prices in Boys School  shoes for the next week.  Boys Box Kip Bluchers, standard' screwed sole  Sizes 10 to 2. Regular $2.75. Our price .   . #1.93  Boys Gun Metal Bluchers, Goodyear welt. Sues 2 to 5. Regular 13.50 to $4.00. Our price J3.73  School Girls Boots in Vici Kid and Box, Call  Strong and serviceable. Sizes 11 to 3. Regulal  S3.00. Our price  .   ,   J2.3J  Growing Girls Boot in Vici Kid or Gun Metal  low heels and wide,toes and welted soles. Sizes  3 to 7. Good value at J4.00. Our price,.   83.33  Boys' Sneckers. Sizes 8 to 13. RuVber sole*.   Out  price 50c.  Mens Solid Working   Shoes. Guaranteed   aU'  solid boot. Black or Tan with or without' toe-  cap. Regular ^1.50. Our price .....   I2.70  Mens Heavy Grain Blucher Bals. Extra clump  soles. Regqlar J4..S0. Our price ....   J3.60  Mens Gun Metal Bluchers. Goodyear welt.  Regular S.S-oo. Our price $3-93  Ladies Patent Calf Bluchers. Sizes 3 to 7.  Good stylish lasts. Regular J5.00. Our  P"ce ��   .   .   ,   fe.75  Ladies Dongola Blucher Bals. Patent tip Sizes 3 to 7. Regular J4.00. Our price .   .   .   I3.50  DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT���FALL MILLINERY  The first shipment of Fall Hals for our new Millinery Department has just arrived.     This includes a fine range of Ladies', Misses and Children's trimmed and untriramod shapes, al��9  mounts in the latest shades���burnt Orange, Cerise, New Blue, &c, and Silk Cords in va.ioua colours.     The pricea are aa attractive aa the goods,  NECKWEAR .  LAMKS PINAFORE APRONS J Ladies wi:ll be pleased to know that we   have WHITEWEAE  A large   assortment of these pun.ni   11     the \        received   our fail shipment of   Lace Novelties,        j We   are offering   a special discount of 13 pe*  cent off all Whitewear this Week, thug giving  the public an opportunity to purchaae the beat,  goods at extremely low prices.  most attractive   and varied    styl s, the. colors I including Coat Sets and Collars, Dress Sets and  being   from   White   to Navy Blue.   The   prices Collars with thc Bulgarian effects,    also   lawn  from 85c. to Si-5<> and Velvet Bows and Silk Flowers.    All excep  tionally attractive. a  Richmond's Cash Store  KELOWNA, B.C.  ������    ur ��� ���*  *m***mt'1**m***wsi*mm**twk**m*s THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913,  KELOWNA RECORD  BROWNE,  Make all  Outdoors a  Playground for  Little Folks & Big  Brownie  Cameras  . - Give all the fun of photography without any of th*  botkar. Are ao simple a  child oor use with good  reemlte. Capelale eaengh  fer the awperieaeed amateur.  Brownies, $1 io $12  PI. Vis I Co.  DRUGGtm tmi 8TATIONERS  KcloWBB,        t. C.  pwewi 19  BASEBALL  FINISH OF SCHEDULE  The schedule iu tho B. C. Interior  league ran out on Monday afternoon  when Vernon defeated the Kelowna  aggregation in one of the boat played  games of the season at the Vernon exhibition park during the Labor Day  sports.  The season has been one of the most  successful seasons of .sport ever witnessed tin the-interior. The teams have  been evenly matched and the <play has  been of a high character, in fact the  brand has been classed by many who  have watched games throughout the  west, as somewhat faster than that  being played in tbe Western Canada  league and many games on a par with  that of the Northwestern. This latter  perhaps is a trifle high,. but it is  true, nevertheless that the brand of  ball dished up to the baseball Qttthus-  iaats of the interior this season has  been of high character and a class of  ball that ie a credit to cities sueh  as those that have made up the Interior, league circuit. ��.  The teams have, to tome extent fallen  behind, in the financial end with the  single exception oi the Revelstoke team  who, being railway employees have  the advantage of travelling on passes  thus saving the big bulk of the money  taken in, at the gates at the home  games, their only expenses being hotel  bills on the road. This feature has  left the Revelstoke elnb with a handsome little bank aceount to open the  next eeaeon. The Vernon, Kelowna and  Kamloops clubs are sadly behind in  this end, and Kamloops was so far  behind, thai they give this as the real  eause for their club dropping out.  The people of the interior are becoming ardent followers of tho baseball  game and it is hoped that next year  will see the reformation of the B. C.  Interior or somo Okanagan 'leagueso  that' the great .interest created by .the  game thin season may not die nut but  will grow, with th* city, from year  until ,in a few years the eity will be  large enough that a professional club  would draw sufficient attendance     to  support them. Kelowna has become  during the last season so much inter-  eiited in the game, and the clean and  good style of play that the city is  practically assured of a good olub for  next season.  The game Monday was called at 4.30  and the largest crowd who have ever  witnessed a baseball game in the interior was on hand, having come from  every point <jn the interior to the Labor day celebration and to witness the  last game of the league season.  The Kamloops team having dropped  out the game at Vernon was the. only  one to be played yesterday, many of  the wide-awake fans from Bevelstoke  and Kamloops coming to Vernon to  see the finish.  Owing to the importance of the game  teams entered the game with a fighting spirit and the play wae of the  best brand ever witnessed in that or  any other city of the interior. Both  teams played hard and until tho ..third  neither team were able to score, ln  this inning, however, bo.h teams managed to get one man across the plate.  From them on until the ninth inning  the play was feet and clean, the pitchers doing ihe bulk of the work. In  the ninth inning Vernon , secured a  couple hits at the right time and got  tho second and Innt tally, nosing out  a 2 to 1 victory.  During the fifth inning a close .decision at second caused the Vernon  players to raise a howl at the umpire and some spirited talk was exchanged between the players and the  umpires. Without occasion, and the  unwarranted and unsportsmanlike attack made by Conners on Umpire Kin-  caid, cost Jaek a five dollar fine.  Castner worked behind tho plate and  while the pitchers complained to some  extent his decision! were mostly taken  without dissent.  Williams was on)the firing line for,  the home team with Henning working  for the locals. The game was a pitchers battle from start to finish with  neither having a great advantage. In  the third inning Henning became a trifle wild and passed three batters forcing the first run over the plate and  filling the bases with-no one down.  then he settled down to his usual self  again and fanned two and forced the  third to' pop up a short fly which was  gathered in by ..Patten.  Vernon played errorless ball and the  only slip of the entire contest was  credited to Patten, at third for Kelowna on a hard chance.  Tne score:  Kelowna 00100000 0-1  Vernon 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 J-2  Kelowna Opera House  Wednesday, September 10th  Grand Pianoforte Recital  BY  erbert Fryer  THE CELEBRATED LONDON PIANIST  .....  ASSISTED BY .   . $�����'���'  STANLEY HODKINSON, A.R.CO.  VOCALIST  V  " He I. ona of the lew pi.niat. whom we cannot hear too often.''���Birmingham Mercury.  "Paderew.ki the great pianiat warmly congratulated him at the concluiion of hi. program."-Geneva Pre..  Piano kindly loaned by Messrs. Mason & Risch  Reserved Seats, $1.50 and $1;  Gen. Admis., 75c.  Commencing at 8.40 prompt  POST LEAGUE SEMES OF GAMES  BETWEEN VBBNON AND  KELOWNA  Owing to the fact thnt Kelowna got  away to a poor atart in the * British  Columbia Interior League and later  gathered together a strong aggregation, ,a team strong enough to have  made -it interesting for the other clubs  in the league, a post-season schedule  of five games was arranged between  Vernon to start immediately after tho  closing oi lhe league.  The friendly rivalry between the two  towns huB caused no little interest to  be taken in the outcome of tbe series  and the class of ball being played by  the teams in this league is a surprise  and a delight to those who oome in  from the outside where they watch  from timo to time in Buch leagues au  The Western . Canada and the Northwestern. The games are fast, and free  from the rough and awkward movements of the back kit ball and are  carried on with an easy and graceful  swing that pleased the publio and  oalls ior the admiration of the real  fan.  The first game of the series was  played in Kelowna on Tuesday afternoon and resulted in a victory for the  visitors by a soore of 5 to 2.  The game was not of the brand recently displayed by these teams, probably owing to the excitement ind fatigue of the Labor Day celebration at  Vernon on Monday. Many of the  looal players entered the foot races at  Vernon and consiquently did not display thoir uiiuul amount of ginger in  the baseball game.  At times the game showed signs of  its real class but again the pmy was  rather bIow. Few errors were credited  but the bbll waa not bandied with the  snap and accuracy of the other games.  Kenning again pitohed ior Kelowoa  and Conners worked on the slab for  the visitors.  Tho score by turnings follows'  Kelowna UU200000 0-2  Vernon ......002003000-5  Umpire. Webb.  Tbe second game of the post-season  schedule was played at Vernon Wednesday afternoon and resulted in a  5 to 1 viotory for Kelowna. The game  was a good one, considering the heavy  condition of the field. During the evening boiore and the forenoon the rain  fell steadily until it was; thought that  a game would not be possible, owing  to this fact there were few fans in  the stand when Umpire Castner oalled  "play ball" at 5 p.m. shgrp.    t  The teams lined up about as usual  the exception of the pitchers, Davis  went to the mound for Kelowna while  Vernon used Kennedy, ol lievelstoke.  Bay Patten also oovered right field  for Kelowna in place of Kineaid, who  was unable to .make the trip.  Owing to the wet condition of the  held the pitchers had a hard task to  throw curves,willi any accuracy, however the pitching of both men was  of a good brand with Davis having  best of the argument all the way. He  kept the hits well scattered and the  entire team ' played well, handling  many ohanoea that were far from easy  on the slippery field.  The Kelowna team won the game by  superior hitting, each and every man  going after the ball in earnest and  hitting the bakl. to all corners oi the  lot.  Vemon waa unable to get a man  past third base until the seventh in-  niTng when they secured their only  tally.  Three times this seasan Davie has  faoed the Vernonites and three times  he has returned with their scalps  dangling, to his belt.  The score by innings'  Vernon 0000001 0���1  Kelowna 0201101 x���6  Owing to the, fact that Vernon and  Bevelstoke are tie for the championship of the B. C.[ Interior League and  must play off for the possession of  the beautiful trophy, which ia emblematic ,ol the league championship the  post-season eohedulo between Vernon  and Kelowna haa been reduced to three  games instead of five, the last game  taking 'place at the exhibition grounds  here thus afternoon.  Britiah Columbia's . available cash  balanoe at the end of the laat financial year was over $7,000,000.  Hon. Dr. H. E. Young, minister ol  eduoation, the. auperintendent of education, Mr. Robertson and several other prominent educationalists -I tke  provinoe are to be present at I'entio-  ton at the opening of the new Ellis  achool, whichi takea place today.  Artificial floorings are now. being  made out of sawdust conorote. The  cement used consists of a solution ol  magnesium, ohloride to which pulverised magnet na is addod. The sawdust ia  then used in any deairctl quantity. The  floors manufactured In this way are  more raiilient than conorote, and are  not goo id conductors of heat. They  wear well, and do not burn, charring  under t|�� ft* tart.  WE CARRY  the  AMMUNITION  TOO  AREN'T YOU TIRED OF BORROWING THE OTHER  FELLOW'.. GUN 7  IF YOU ARE NOT, LET US WHISPER SOMETHING  TO YOU:. "HE IS."  OWN YOUR OWN THINGS i THEN YOU WON'T SPOIL  ALL THE FUN OF YOUR OUTING IN FEARING YOU'LL  BREAK THE GUN, OR WHATEVER YOU HAVE BORROWED.  IN SPORTING GOODS AND HARDWARE WE SELL  ONLY THE BEST. THEY ARE THE CHEAPEST FOR  YOU.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phone 237  P.O. Box 191  J  . A. MORRISON & CO.  [Suc.ea.or. to the Morri.on-Thomp.on Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Etc.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office and Shop:  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage KELOWNA, B.C.  WE HAVE FUNDS TO  Purchase Agreements for Sale  AND TO  Loan on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Western Canners, Ltd.  FOR REFRESHING BEVERAGES  English Ginger Beer  Lemonade  Extra Special Dry Ginger Ale  Cream Soda  Ginger Ale  Kola Champagne  Lime Juice Soda  Organge Champagne  Soda Water  FINEST OKANAGAN CIDER.   Pints, per doz., $1.50 KELOWNA RECORD  THUBSDAY, SS^KMEiKB 4, 1918,  [ WANTED! )  Prepaid Rates: 2 cents per word  first inMrtion and 1 cent per word for  each subiequ��nt insertion. No ad,, inserted for less than 26 cents.  FOK SALE ��� "Champion" potato  digger, cheap. Apply Geo. W. Schell,  .Rutland.  .Phone 3103. 35-8-2  FOK SALE���Horso, single or double  driver. C. W. Dickson. P.O. box 289,  'Phono 128. 35tf  All olassified advertisements must be  paid for in advance owing to the cost  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may be received for these ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  PROPERTY FOR SALE  FOK SALE��� 20 acres fine .fruit and  hay land, six miles from Kelowna on  Vernon rond; also "-roomed house  and two fine building lots onW.lson  avenue. All at very attractive figures. Inquire F. R. Coates, Lake-  view hotel. 23tf.  FOB SALE, 10 AORES boar'ng orchard at Rutland. About 900 tn.es  good commercial varieties, also snail  fruits, good 8-room house and outbuildings. Terms easy. Also a number of colonies Italian bees. Apply  T.  Barber,   Rutland. x  FOR SALE��� This ia for a bargain-  hunter. 20-acres. all under cultivation, 700 two y��ii*-'*1,l tt",f, hnuae,  good water, etc. Price ->.;.5 per acre.  Will take lots or city property as  part payment for quick sale. For particulars write to Box. "D". Kelowna  Record. 24tf.  FOR SALE��� Thoroughbred Holstein  Bull, at Harriss' Hawkesdale Raneh.  Apply E. Marvin, Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE- Young pigs; registered  Berkshire first class breeding stock;  also eggs for hutching, Barred Rpcks  Buff Orpingtons, r.-c. Rhode Island  Reds, r.-c. Brown Leghorns. Apply  J. Bateman. Vernon Road, Kelowna.  4J2tff  FOR SALE���Good range, machine, and  shack. Enquire Cannery, Eating  house  kitchen. 39-41  FOR SALE- Good St  Figs. Apply to C.  land. ���  ,v and litter of  II.   Pitt, Rut-  40-42  HOUSE    TO     RENT - On St. Paul  Btreet,    seven    rooms,    bath,   W.C.  electric light, modern in every    res*  peot. Apply C. G. Buok. 'Phone 216.  39tf.  HELP WANTED  WANTED��� Immediately women and  girls to work' in Canning fact.ry.  Good board, clean rooms, matron  provided. Wages piece work; good  workers can make money. Free trans  portation both ways. Five to six  weeks work guaranteed. Address���  Western Canners Limited, Kelowna,  B. C. 41  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED TO EXCHANGE- 40 acrea  improved land in Kelowna district  for improved prairie property. Ap'  ply C. Casroso, Kelownn. 40-43  FOR SALE- Solid rubber tired buggy  ball bearing bicycle wheels, and single set driving harness in first class  condition. English saddle and bridle.  Apply, It. W. Wilkinson. P. 0. Box  251. Sfftf.  FOR SALE- Steel range, 30 gallon  water boiler. New, cheap f r immediate sale. Also quiet Shetland pony,  buggy and harness. Good housfl to  rent. Apply A. R. Shea, Hanmore  House. 40-41.  FOR SALE  Ont house on tho Marty subdivision  behind hospital, 14 rooms, hot and  cold water, W.C, on large corner lot.  Alio one bungalow, 8 rooms, hot and  cold water, W.C. Also one in Abbott  Street, 7 rooms, hot and cold wat or.  private W.C. Easy terms. Apply R.  W. Butler. P.O. Box 185. 36tf,  GOODS FOR SALE  FOR SALE ��� Ono general purpose  horse (used for driving, saddle or  orchard work) one pony (nice saddle  horse for children) and one heavy  Clydesdale colt (2 years old). All  throe very gentle. Apply Dr. P. d I  Pfyffer, Mission Ranch, Kelownn, B.  0. 40-41  FOR RALE- Milch Cows, Shorthorn  and Holstein. Address T. N. Ryale,  Kelowna. 40-2  HOUSES ETC., FOR RENT  FOR SALE��� Fence posts, Fir. Apply [TO KENT���two furnished rooms.   Ap  Cather. 'Phone B4. 22tf. I    ply J. E. Todd, Abbott St.       41-2  LADY WILL TAKE IN or visit homes  for plain or children's needlework or  mending, or wil. take care of children in absence of mother. Miss  Gage, P.O. Box 199. Phone 2206.   x  LOST���Largo  roll  of  matting, with  other articles inside. Dropped from  delivery rig. Finder return to K. F  Oxley's. Reward, 41-2.  MISS M. HARTIN  ' ��� wishes to extend to the  people of Kelowtia and  vicinity a very cordial invitation to visit her  Fall  Millinery  Opening  which will be held on  Thursday, Friday and  Saturday  September 11,12 & 13.1913  LOST���Lady's grey silk knitted coat,  between tho city and Mr. Haw try's  S.K.L. bench. Return t > F.A.Taylor.  Reward. 41-2  HARNESS FOR SAL*  One  second    hand  heavy  team harness.   Oue second hand   single     horse  work harness.  Thomlinson,  40tf. Harness Maker.  PRIVATE SALE  OF FURNITURE  nigh class furniture, pictures, china,  und silverware for private sale.  Horrooks,  lOtf. Willow Ave.  Second Hand  Harness  If you have any to aell or if you  want to buy, see  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  about it.  If you want your harness properly and quickly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Thomlinson i.  your man.    He specialises in  Harness Repairing  and put. hand .ewing into all work  done.  First store beyond Bank of Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  renma���i  THE following are illustrations of some of  the popular models for 1913 and among  ihem will be found slyles suitable for the differ"  enl figures, all made with that care and precision  which has made the name C-C a la Grace  famous. To everjr pair is given that minute  detail of manufacture necessary to a perfect  corset: the best of materials in the construction  and proper inspection as to workmanship, so  that each pair is fully guaranteed in every particular. See that the name C-C a la Grace is  on every pair.  Well gowned women a::: careful to have two cr three corsets in  constant wear.  A slight difference in ths mod:! will mate all the difference in the  set and drape of an evening gown���or a tailor-made.  When buying your new cow", it is a sood" idea to get a C/C a. la  Grace to go wilh it.  A medium low buat  n-.odel with long soft  skirt, suitable for the  average figure, trimmed  with embroidery and  made of an extra hue  quality coutil, in sizes  IB to 28  d^l^aee  CORSETS  are made in rr.ary s.yle3 and many sizes to suit fashion's every possible requirement. Each model gives perfect ease and comfort to  lhe wearer.  Models 693, 575 and 7!5 crc luitaMs fer rlim, girlish figure*  For medium Bgurss wc recommend Models 703, 727 and 037.  Models 666, 777 and 633 arc best for fdly developed (igores.  Decedo, apecial model  (or full and atout figure.,  hip-reducing straps, medium butt, special quality  coutil, wide duplex ateels,  extra atrong coraet, met  20 to 36  Maternity waiit*  in fine coutil.  front, tide and  back lacing*,  ���tzea   20   to  30  Veiy popi  low butt mode),  with long skirt,  ninJe in fine qua  litv coutil, suit-  rble for average  and (ull figures,  sizes 16 to 30  L  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.  About Service  You know it it hard to have a satisfactory  delivery service in Kelown* because the  city covera ao much territory, but we are  doing our utmoat to give you the beat  service poaaible by' making six trips  every day with our big automobile.  We adhere ns closely aa possible to the  following schedule and if we are occasionally late it ia simply because we cannot avoid it. We have two men on the  car and two men in the atore doing their  beat to get the good* delivered according  to schedule. -  ���  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and  Saturday, mornings  East 8.4^ & 10.45  Tuesday and Friday mornings  Eaat at 9.45  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and  Saturday mornings  South at 9.45  Tuesday and Friday mornings  South 8.45 & 10.45  Eveiy Afternoon (except Thursday)  Eatt 2.45 & 4.4        South 3.45  Wednesday and Saturday Noon  Manhattan Beach  Remember our motto:   "QUALITY AND SERVICE"  The McKenzie Co., JUL  Miss M. E. FarreH  DrcMmaker on Ellis Street '  wialiee  to  announce that .lie haa  atl  juat received a completa line of  atyle. and aamplea ol  Fall Suits and Coats  and i. now ready to take order.'  lor   macle-to-me..ure    garni elite  lor the Crown Tailoring Co.  KELOWNA BOARD OF 6CH00L  TBUSTEEH  Tandan an .invited lo* SO list* i_ i  wood to be d-livsrtd te-tka    .  School in Bichter street ej��d 10' risk*  to the High School in JUon avenu*.  Wood,to to dry 80-inch pin* and hi,  or oottonwood and to ba delivered of  lit Oot. Tender* recoivad up to tbe  15th Sept,  N. D. McTAVISH.  40-11 ,   Stey. Bahool Bi  MEETING Of CITY COUNCIL  (Continued Irom Fan 1.)  Tha olerk reported that to tod pro-  aeouted ths peraon who had btan found  using, water, irom ths oity supply without applying Iqi tarns, Th. magi,  trate, however dismissed the eats on  tht understanding that th. dtftndant  would rank, application and pay rates  (or ths period hs had bttn using iiach  water.  Tht mayor complimented Aldtrman  Sutherland -on tht interesting and sat-  iataotory information contained Is his  estimates., >,  Tht council thereupon approved the  report of estimates of revenues and  expenditure, as submitted by tht Finance committee- on tlie motion oi Aldermen Calder and Oossns.  Ths following accounts  P. B. Willits & Co., supplies for July |   UB  G. 11. Dunn, petty cosh for August ,       s.oo  Jamea & Trenwith, power boost supplies,'..-'       1 .11  Kelowna Garage & M.ichint Works Co. power bouts auppliea.   ,   .     ,      *.B0  T. Lawson, Ltd., power houtt aupr.liss        M  Morrison-Thompson Hardwart Co. power house supplies       10.15  Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., general supplies       1,15  Morrison-Thompson Hardwart Co., water works auppliea       4.50  Kelowna Sawmill Co.   hauling sawdust for July ��, .    108.00  The Northern Eleotrio & Manufacturing Co., power house supplies .   .     7.57  John I)., Ksy, boiler insptotor, (tea for impacting boilsrt 41.80 '  0. Leckie, coal for indigent person, , ��� .   ,,    ,      U.20 ,  Kelowna Courier, printing and stationery ,  , lobjo  G. F. Jamea, lamps for lira hall'. VPf ',   ... . '.      M0  Laktviaw Livery, teaming on waterworks construction.             1.00  Coetet, Edwards at (iowan/ibooid ol   works Supplies    ,. .   .   ,'��� . ti      ..80  W. B. Trench, stationary      |jp  11, 0. Blair, general account      l.oo  Dalgl.ith e> Herding , general aooount ,      1J.7��,  0. E. Lumber Co., general aeooual for June and July ,��� 81,30  Max Jenkins & Co., teaming for July   .   ,        fg.as  E. C. Wtddoll, lets for prosecuting prisoner. .''.   .-..',��� 35.00  Ths Carswell Company, polios Jepatttnent supplies . ,. ���. M.45 I  The Mikado Cafe, prisoners' ratal*.,for July .   ...   ,..   .  ,   .   .   .    17,76 i  F. M. Buckland,    supplies for polios department . '-,.  ,    .-   ....  40,00 1  W. Worden, sewer work .   .   .   . iv'.- ''it .' '.  ':   . f, ........   18.00  J. H. Stevenson, sewer work *   A ,vh ��-'.-.,..,'    ., .,���,,  D. McPhee, work on streets ...,.,   William Notley, work on streets ....        .    .  John Atkinson, work on pole line construction . . .-  ,7.'L. Doyle, fire insurance premium on band stand. .  Kelowna Board of Trade, payment of grant.   .   ..'���������  6.50  .  41.44  18.84  .87  18.00  700.00  Alderman Taylor was appointed toting mayor, during the absence of the  I mayor at the B. C. Municipalities oon- tbe following Friday  vention.  The   meeting  then adjourned until,  Mr. Chas. Clement returned last  Thursday Irom Manitoba where to  .went by automobile. He had an enjoyable tour though the roads were'  rough in places. Hs was accompanied  by Mrs. Clement end family. Tha return journey wat mad. by rail.  Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mills ol Tare,  Ont., and Mrs. Strong of the tarns  plaoe are paying a visit to Mr, and  Mrs. Geo. McCurdy. Mrs. <j)traag la a  sister ol Mr. MoOordy's, Th* /.lit  ers went down this wash to *pm*A a  lew day* in Kactmeot.  ,.-.���..  '   "���V;v,l'.a...


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