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 ^e-VintyeA  HeUrttma  .VOLXH.  NO. 34  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, JULY. 8,   1920.���4 PAGES  $1 JO Per Annum  All Male Residents to  Pay Municipal Poll Tax  Must Contribute at Least $5  ��� to City's Revenue  All male residents ol the City end  Kelowne School District will be  required to contribute at least $5  to the funds ol the city, according  to the provisions of a new by-law  which has already passed a third  reading before the citv council.  This poll tax will be levied on all  who do not in any other way pay  taxes to the city amounting lo a  ' minimum of $5. Those who pay  taxes ol a less amount than $5 wiil  be asked lor a poll tax ol sufficient  to make t\eir payments up to that  sum. Latterly there has been quite  a considerable "floating" population in Kelowna who are contributing nothing towards the city's expenses, not to mention foreigners  and orientals. It is expected that  quite a conaiderable sum will be  realized in this way.  The by-law fixing the latest date  I for the payment ol taxes in order  to avoid the penalty at October  31 at, was finally passed.  Aid. Rattenbury drew attention  to the lact that only about 1,000  persons had registered in the Kelowna district as provincial voters.  While realizing that the council  could do nothing in the matter he  pointed out that il a lair proportion ol the residents did not take  sufficient interest to have their  names placed upon the list, Kelow.  na would no doubt receive some  unfavourable publicity.  In placing the monthly police  report before the council, it was  mentioned that A. C. Dare, who  had been appointed as an assistant  .constable last month, had failed  to report lor duty, although two  telegrams had been' aent to him.  The clerk was instructed to advertise in one coast end * one eastis n  newspaper lor a constable.  An application (rom the scavenger lor increased salary owing to  higher feed cost (or His team was  granted, pay being increaaed to  $175 pet month, mention being  made ol the very satisfactory service being rendered.  Mr. antf'Mf a. H. Burnell ol Van-  were visitors in Kelowna last weekend.  R. T. Elliott, K.C., must pay all  the costs ol the Oliver-Elliott libel  suit, which was won by the premier with a verdict of 25c damages.!  It is announced unofficially that  the Hon. Arthur Meighen has been  summoned to form a ministry to  succeed that ol Sir Robert Borden.  Sir Thos. White, it is understood,  has definitely declined to accept  the premiership.  '  ��� ���  Cubs who  have given  in their  names lor camp will meet at the  cub room on Thuraday next at 7.15  for final instructions.   The camp  will be from the 17th  to the 21st,  and the fee $ 1.50.   Don't forget to  get ground sheets and other parts  ol your outfit ready.  at the Empress  Fridsr sod Saturday  G.W.V.A. Notes  The action of the Federal mem  bers in voting thi>nuelvea an increaae of salary of .$1500: a year in  the closing days of the session  against the advice of Sir Robert  Borden, has created a feeling of  resentment amongst the veterans.  Money can be found for this purpose but not for reestablishing the  men who made the real sacrifice.  It's this sort ol thing that gains re  cruita lor the United Veterans  League in their impossible demands  (or a $2000 bonus. In Australia  over 16,000 returned soldiers have  applied for War Service Homes.  Advances up to $3,500 are made  by the Ministry ol Repatriation to  purchase or build homes in city or  country at 5 per cent, interest. R  payment is spread over 25 years  (or frame buildings and 37 years  for brick or stone. Money can  also be borrowed to pay off existing mortgages.  The Canadian Housing Act is  far less liberal. The G.W.V.A.  have repeatedly asked the Govern,  ment to equalize reestablishment  by providing home-owning opportunities for city veterans.  A board ol medical men, all  TB. experts, passed through Kel  owna on Monday and Lt.-Col.  Belson put a scheme for small  holding before them at Penticton  on Wedneaday la;t. The board  consists of Lt.-Col. Hart, C.A.M.C.,  Dr. Byera, Laurentian Sanatorium,  St.Agathe, P.Q., Dr. A. F. Miller,  Kentville Sanatorium, N.S., Dr. D.  A. Stewart, Manitoba Sanatorium,  Ninette, and Dr. Parfett, Graven-  hurst, Ont. At the present time  there are 8000 ex-soldiers in Canada under treatment for T.B. and  this Board haa been sent round to  every sanatorium in the Dominion  (or lhe purpose of reporting to the  Government the best way to assist  theae veterans when they leave  the sanatorium*. The president ol  the Summerland Board ol Trade  and the president and secretary of  the G.W.V.A., Penticton, and Mr.  Helmer of the Experimental Farm  were also consulted by the Board.  Besides T.B. cases there will be  numbers ol men coming into the  Okanagan suffering from bronchitis  and gas, who can only work small  places. The Board seemed to be  of opinion that as a rule it was  better for men suffering from T.B.  to take up light indoor occupations.  Most of the sanatoriuma provide  opportunities for teaching returned  men some trade.  Important Roads  To Be Built  Government Road Engineer W,  K. Gwyer will be awarding a contract at once for the completion of  a link three and a quarter miles  long, at the northern end of the  Valley between Mara and Sicamous, which when finished 'will  enable motorists to reach the main  line ol the C.P.R. at Sicamous.  A contract ia also being let (or  the finishing of a 15-mile gap on  the road between Sicamous and  Revelstoke. This highway is ultimately to be finished as far east  aa Golden, giving access from that  point to the Windermere Valley,  also in that valley to the Banff-  Windermere road now in the Dominion government hands, and at  the southern end ol the valley to  the Crows Nesl country and west  to the boundary.  Tenders are being called for seven miles of road west of Rossland,  being part of a vacant gap of 41  milea between Rossland and Cascade.  The completion of these various  iks will give the motorist an opportunity to strike the main line of  the C.P.R. at Sicam��ua, motor east  to Revelstoke and Golden, thence  south through the Windermere  Valley to Cranbrook and east to  Alberta through the Crows Neat or  westward to the Kootenay and  Boundary and back home again  via Anarchist Mountain, where the  road is being constructed. Il he  wishes the autoist will be able lo  turn off the Windermere Valley at  Sinclair and. motor throu-h to  Banff. This|big circuit will furnish  a fine alternativelfor the Okanagan  Lake, Vernon, Kamloops, Merritt  and Princeton circle. The end ol  next year, it is believed, will see it  in operation.     ,  v ,  Orckardlsl Crushed to  . Death by Tractor  Major T. B. Thrill is Victim of  i   Tragic Accident  Crushed to death beneath his  overturned tractor, Major Traill,  one of the newer settlers on the  Belgo bench lands, was found in  the orchard by his wife Wednesday evening about 7 o'clock. The  unfortunate gentleman had been  running his Fordson tractor during  the afternoon, when he happened  to strike a soil place where the irrigation water had overflowed and  in which the machine stuck. Alter  several unsuccessful attempts to  extricate it he went to the house to  supper, returning later to have another try to get it tree. He had  apparently turned on the full power of the machine, causing it to  rear and turn over. Becoming entangled in some way with the  wheels he was crushed to the  ground beneath the weight of the  machine and must have been kill  ed almost instantaneously. His  neck was broken and he was completely submerged beneath the  mud and water which had caused  the accident.  Mrs. Traill was the first to make  the dreadful discovery, and she at  once summoned help by phone,  A number of neighbours were  quickly on the scene, but it was  soon apparent that the unfortunate  man was beyond their assistance,  and it was with great difficulty that  his body was extricated from beneath tbe tractor and taken to town  to await interment.  No formal inquest was deemed  necessary by Coronor Weddell,  who held an inquiry later upon the  spot where the accident happen  ed. The funeral is to take place  to-morrow (Friday) at 2 o'clock  from the undertaking parlors.  Measles Threatens to  Become Epidemic  Health Officer Advises   Pre  cautions to Prevent Further  To the Editor of  The Kelowna Record,  Dear Sir,���Would you kindly print  these few notes on the  epidemic  of measles which   is   starting  to  sweep the town ?  First. The incubation period is  seven to eighteen days, but generally about fourteen days, that is  from the time the child is exposed  to a case it will likely be fourteen  days before he or she shows evidence of measles.  Second. The chief symptoms  are: bronchitis with irritable cough,  likely sneezing, watering eyes  which are very sensitive to light,  high temperature, about the fourth  dav a blotchy red rash appears  lasting four or five days, slightly  raised, solid little lumps, and generally in clumps.  Third. It is verv contagious and  may be transmitted through a third  party or by clothes, Sec. Thus until the branny desquamation has  ceased the patient is not safe to intermingle wilh the general public.  All persons must by law notify  their doctor or the medical health  officer when a case occurs in their  house which is infectious, and thus  menace to the general public,  placing the responsibility where it  belongs. In many of the epidemics  of mild infections it mav not be  necessary to call in a physician to  administer, but this does not relieve  from the necessity of reporting the  existence of the case, as the complications of even a mild infection  might cause a very serious if not  fatal result in aome children:  For your own good, to be within the requirements of the law, and  to play square with your neighbour  who perhaps dreads what you belittle, and that there may be no  aftermath of regrets in case of fatalities, or permanent physical defects as results of disease, I urgently request all to report any case of  any kind of infection when it appears.  The parents of children having  the measles should not go.to any  public gatherings, or any place  where children are to be met, and  must safeguard their clothes from  any contamination with the rase  in their home if they wish to con-  I  Fruit Marketing in  the Old Country  B.C. Apples Gaining Increased  Popularity in British Market  J. Forsyth Smith, who liua, spent  the paat three or four yeara in  England as Canadian Fruit Trade  Commissioner, addressed a meeting of fruit growers and shippers  Tuesday evening in the Board of  Trade room. The Canadian fruit  trade with England had been greatly hampered bv the war, and bad  made little progress until last year,  when following the signing of the  armistice it bad increased very  greatly. The shipments were  chiefly concentrated at a few cen  tres, London, Liverpool, Manchester and Glasgow, and were disposed of by a system of fruit auctions,  which were attended ,by buyers  from all parts of the country. As  a rule the shipments of B.C. boxed  apples last year had been very  satisfactory, and had found ready  buyers at top prices. This was  bound to have an importart effect  upon future trade, and preference  for B.C. fruit had already reached  the point of enthusiasm.  Mr. Forsyth Smith said he had  always endeavored to encourage  the big fruit buyers to viait B.C. tor  themselves, and many of them had  done so. No doubt others would  be coming this year. The wholesale cooperative societies of England and Scotland, which handled  huge quantities of apples, had  shown great interest in B.C. fiuit.  It was a little early to forecast  the prospects for the coming season.  There seemed little doubt that the  crop would be fifty per cent, or  lower. The Nova Scotia crop was  much less than last year, and th  American trade was handicapped  by the- adverse exchange con  ditions.  Mr," Smith had much to say .re.  garding the Ministry of Food and  the effect upon the trade by th  fixing of a maximum price. Th  fact that this price was uniform for  all grades of apples created a dim  cult situation, tending to discourage  the importation of better grades ol  boxed apples, which could not be  sold profitably at the control price.  An endeavor had been made to  have a distinction made between  the cheap barrel apples and the  better grades of .boxed fruit, but so  far without success. In all likelihood the Apple Order would continue in force during the present  year with a view of preventing  high prices due to shortage of fruit.  The European market generally  was small but well worth cultivating, being in many cases already  familiar with American boxed fruit.  Mr. Smith concluded by dealing  with some of the conditions of  export and transportation, referring  especially to a recent ruling of the  steamship companies that all apple  boxes must be properly wired to  prevent breakage in transit.  After replying to aeveral questions, Mr. Smith received a hearty  vote of thanks for his address.  Rutland News  ��� enrrenDoMlMtK  Hindoos in Quarrel  A couple of Hindoos of the Ellison district got into a fight last  Friday over the uae of irrigation  water, resulted in an appearance  Tuesday before the magistrate to  answer charges and counter charges. It appeared that Sher Singh,  employed by the Simpson Ranch,  had accused Lakka Singh, of taking more than his share of the  irrigation water, end being of a  hasty tempec, jumped the fence  and attacked him with a hoe, cutting him badlv about the arm and  head. Lakka Singh reported the  matter to the police, and Sher  Singh, notwithstanding that he  brought counter charges, which  were dismissed, had to pay $10  and $21 costs. There was quite a  cosmopolitan crowd of witnesses,  Hindoo,   Italian,   Chinaman   and  hitea.  tinue their daily occupation among  men. In this respect the measles  quarantine is not as close as in  cases of small pox, scarlet fever,  Ate, las in sucb cases no one is  allowed to leave the premises at j  all. W. J. KNOX.  Medical Health Officer. '  !lMr. Ross  Campbell  ia  visiting  is parents for a week or two.S'-j"  fiMiss E. G. Mann, the school  principal, left for the coast Saturday,  On Friday laat the "Rustlers"  who are having a great time at  their camp on Mission Creek, entertained a parly of the young people of the district.  The Rutland War Memorial  Committee acknowledge with  thanks the following donations:  Mrs. E. M. Barber, $5; Mr. and Mrs.  Loosemore, $10; Mr. G. Cross, $10;  Willis Sehell, $10; W. H. Stonehouse, $10.  On Dominion Day a number of  Rutland peoplc?paid a very pleasant visit to Peachland, including  a scratch baseball team who played a game with the Peachland  bova. The result waa in favor of  the latter by 6 to 5. Tentative er-  rangement* were also made to visit  Peachland again in the near future for a match with the regular  team.  ' Saturday, the I Oth, is the annual  school meeting, when a new board  of trustees has to be appointed.  All three seats are rendered vacant  this year, Mr. W.- H. Fleming,  though his time is unexpired, having left the district.  The Methodist Ladiea Aid Society will hold a lawn social next  Thursday, the 15lh, on the parson's  lawn. A good programme is expected. Ice cream and other refreshments will b�� served.  The baseball game scheduled  for Tuesday on the school grounda  between Rutland and Glenmore  did not come off, the latter team  failing to put in an appearance.  The reason, it waa found afterwards  was a failure at the laat minute of  their transportation arrangements,  The players were all ready, but the  truck which was to take them to  Rutland was miseing. It was too  late then to make other arrangements.  The meeting of th*e U.F.B.C.  called for,July 5th waa another  proof of the united efforts of the  farmers for the general welfare.  The secretary waa at his post and  one other officer, so the steadily  accumulating business and correspondence has to suffer still further  neglect. It had been decided to  abandon regular meetings during  the summer, calling special ones  when necessary. Iu view of the  splendid co-operation shown, says  our correspondent, it might perhaps save the workers of the organization unnecessary journeys and  fatigues, if an intimation were sent  to central, as well as other locals  who are doing business as usual,  that no assistance can be given by  Rutland until some, at least, of its  members show sufficient interest  to attend.  ��  Those who attended church services at Rutland-Benvoulin and  Glenmore last Sunday heard sermons from Rev. W. R Coventry of  Wapello, Iowa, who is here as the  guest of his parents, Mr. and Mra.  Dayid Coventry, and his brother  Fred at Rutland. Mra. Coventry  and two children are alao here. At  a meeting of the Sessions and Board  of Management on Monday evening, Mr. Coventry was engaged, to  supply the field during his stay in  Kelowna. He announces, therefore, that on Sunday next the sermons at both Rutland and Benvoulin will be on the subject "The  Bible���a palace in a garden." At  Glenmore at 7.30 the aubject will  be "The Value of a Man, or Better  than a Sheep."  RUTLAND SUPERIOR SCHOOL  HONOR ROLLS  Class Leaders.  Passed Irom jr. beginners primer  to sr. beginners primer: Peggy  Price, Edith Kemp.  Passed (rom sr. beginners primer  to phonic primer: Blanche Pearce,  Dorothy Purdy.  Paased (rom phonic primer to  first reader: Olive Kemp, Esther  Lund.  Paaaed (rom first reader to jr.  second reader: Ernest Mugford,  George Turner. ,  Passed from jr. second reader to  ar. second reader:  Vema Bailey,  High School Exam-  Names are not in order of merit.  Recommended for promotion to  Matriculation Class ':���  Ralph Ball, Donald Balsillie,  Isabelle Crawlord, Betty Fuller,  Dorothy Graham, Jack Groves,  Bessie Haug, Theodore Neish,  Evelyn Packham, Myrtle Swerdfager, Bessie Thompson, Ronald  Todd, Kathleen Woods.  The following are conditionally  recommended for the Matriculation Claaa:���  Beth Davis, Geo. Mantle, Lillian  Mellon, Stanley Whitehead.  Recommended lor promotion  Irom Fiial to Second Year :���  Fred Aberdeen, Percy Andrews,  Ralph Billon, Will Birch, Jean Black  C. Cunningham, Harold Dore, C.  Ferguson, Joan Fuller, Denis Gore,  Beatrice Harvey, Frank Latta, Howard Leathley, Frank Lewis, Winnie  Longley, Sybil McKenzie, Dorothy  Morrison, Etta Murdock, Grace  McCarthy, Hugh McKenzie, Margaret O'Neil, Jennie Purves, Dal-  ziel Walker, Harry vVard. Reba  Willits.  The (ollowing who did not obtain the required 40 per cent, in  each subject but obtained the necessary total, are conditionally  recommended for promotion to  the Second Year class :���  Francea Anderson, Jack Buck-  land, Audrey Knox, Wallace Meikle, Margaret Millon. Campbell  Moodie.  Behind the Door  The policy of the management  of the Empress Theatre in securing  the best pictures obtainable, ia very  'much in evidence this week. On  Friday and Saturday one of the  biggeat films of the season will be  shown. This is the tremendous  production in which Hobart Boa-  worth has made the biggeat hit of  hia career. It ia entitled, "Behind  the Door," and is a picaurization  that no picture fan can afford to  miss.  On Mondav and Tueaday, the  serial picture being finished, Rex  Beach'a famous story, "The Silver  Horde" will be shown. This pic  ture is played by Goldwyn'a all  star cast and we atrongly advise  all patrons of the Empress to make  it a poi i to aee this great production.  On Wednesday and Thursday  Enid Bennett will star in "Sleeping  Out," which will be found to be a  thoroughly entertaining Paramount  comedy-drama of the very highest  category. First-class comedies are  promised with each bill.  Mrs. Stephens and daughter  were visitors from Kamloopa Saturday.  H. A. Phelps of Princeton was  in Kelowna for a short time last  weekend.  F. H. Latimer waa a Penticton  visitor Tuesday.  Lou Lewis.  Passed from sr. second reader to  jr. third reader : Helen Longataff  Muriel Hall.  Passed from jr. third reader to  sr. third reader: Gordon Hall,  Blanche Dennis.  Paaaed from sr, third reader lo  jr. fourth reader: Edith Black, John  Stonehouse.  Passed (rom jr. fourth reader lo  entrance: Dudley Fitzpatrick, Nora  White.  Passed from preliminary jr. to  advanced jr.: Olive White, Billy  Price.  Entrance and advanced jr. marka  have not yet been announced.  Rolls of Honor: Div. Ill���Proficiency, Helen Longstaffe; Regularity and Punctuality, George Turner; Deportment.Blanche Pearce.  Div. II. ��� Proficiency, Gordon  Hall; Regularity and Punctuality,  Dudley Fitzpatrick; Deportment,  Roy Duggan,  Div. 1.���Regularity and Punctuality, Etta McDonald; Deportment,  Vema Ford. ^riwiwsr  (AG* TWO  Sour Milk  ia a aource ol annoyance  which can be avoided by buying (rom the City Dairy. We  supply Fresh Milk guaranteed  not more than two houra old  when you receive il.  We make two deliveries  daily���morning'a milk delivered the aame morning and  evening's milk the same evening. Thia is the only wav to  ensure satisfaction.  City Dairy  Murdock & Shelder  Proprietors  Burne Avenue    -     Kelowna  PHONE 4709  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  P.O. Box 418  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  THE VETERAN  AUTO TRUCK  SERVICE  Dry Firewood for Sale  Free delivery in the city  PHONE  1702  High-class  Portraiture  Landscape Work  Amateur Finishing  Enlarging  Call and set us in tur new studio  PICTURE FRAMING  McEwan  Photographer  KBLOWNA  KBCOBO  KELOWNA RECORD  FaMssasW svasy Ttacanh, at Katsrwaa,  job* ucAtm-n  Bates- aad Propria*���  1DVBBTI8INU aUTK*  I.UIKW NOTIOCS.  PROCESSIONAL CABD8  ETC.. 29 osnts nsr coltusa task nsr asssk.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-**) davs. IrV  SO davs S7.  WATHR NOTICES-SS lor five laasrtioes.  LEGAL ADVERTISINU-rtrst lassrtioa. 1*  osnts dot lias: saeh sabasqasai taosftloa. S  osnts psr Has.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS-Two laskas  and rjrrdsr. SO osnts dot lash tirst laoortloa  ovsr two Inohss 40 osnts Dor Inoh first fa>  ssrtloa: 20 osats osr Inoh saoh aabesaatat  Inssrtlon.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -t esnts  ur wont    lirst lassrtha. 1 osnl esc word  saoh sabesanont laaartioa.  All changes In oontraot adysrUaeaasata roost  lr�� in ths hands of ths winter   hv   Tnssdav  svsnlne to   snsars   Dahllsatloa   la   ths   astv  SIR   ROBERT   RESIGNS  Thursday last the fifty-third anniversary of Dominion Day was  marked by the prorogation of an  important session of Parliament  and made still more eventful by  the retirement of Sir Robert Borden  aa leader ol the Unionist Party,  preliminary to his resignation as  Prime Minister of Canada. Sir  Robert made the announcement to  hia followers in the Senate and  Commons at a caucus of the Unionist parly lhat met at 10.30 a.m.  sat till I, resumed at 4.30 and sat  up to 7 p.m. The caucus then adjourned, leaving to Sir Robert the  final deciaion aa to hia successor  in the leadership of his party and  the premierahip of Canada.  It waa a meeting that waa suffused with loyalty to and appreciation  of the great public services and  devotion of the retiring leader.  The caucus voiced the determination of both the Liberals and Conservatives in the Unionist Party to  continue united, to present themselves under a new leader, yet to  be selected, prepared to carry on  the government, to start a Dominion-wide campaign to uphold the  platform that the caucus approved  and to be unceasing in their propaganda until an appeal to the people could be made in 1921 or '22.  Sir Robert Borden's aasurance to  his followers that they v/ere never  so strong aa they are to-day was  greeted with rounds of applause.  Another feature of the caucua  was the adoption of a new name,  "The National Liberal and Conservative Party." The word Un-  ioniat, it was thought, might be  objectionable in Quebec.  The principal meaaurea adopted  during the aession were: A franchise act; increases in pensions ;  establishment of state insurance  for returned soldiers; further pro.  vision for soldiers' settlement; continued authority for supervision of  the marketing of the wheat crop;  proviaion for the naval aervice ;  for assistance to shipbuilding and  for the air aervice. Taxation adopted broke fresh ground in the imposition of a new form of taxation  for luxuriea.  CET ON THE VOTERS' LIST  Those who are wishful to have  their names on the new provincial  voters' list now being prepared are  again reminded that the list closes  on July 15th���Thursday next. Un  less during the past few weeks you  have in the presence of one of the  appointed commissioners filled in  the blue form of registration provided, your name will not be included no matter how long you  have been a voter previously.  Some people are still under a misapprehension about thia latter  point. All the old lists have been  absolutely wiped out. Thoae who  do not get their names registered  afreah will miss the opportunity to  vote on the Prohibition referendum  in the fall, and will lose their provincial and Dominion franchise  until the next revision of the lists,  The new lists should be comparatively clean, the names of all  thoae who have died or have mov.  ed to other provinces since the  laat election, being deleted. The  new proviaion which requires that  every voter who does not cast a  ballot at an election will have hia  name automatically taken off the  list, will alao have the effect of  keeping the lists well purged. Further, it will stimulate more public  interest in this phase of citizenship  in that the voter who has temporarily lost hia place on the liat will  soon aee to it that he files a new  application and is restored.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and eatimatea given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  Auction  at Stockwell's Auction Mart  Kt 2 p.m.  Saturday, July 3rd  Oak round Extension Dining Table  6 Dining Chairs 2 Rocking Chairs  2 iron Beds, Springs and Mattreasea  Lounge Parlor Table Pictures  Oak Dreaaer and Washstand  Set Bedroom Crockery Uno 6x12  2 Cold mounted Picture Frames  3 paira Lace Curteins 2 Cream Cans  Churn and Batter Worker Milk Pails  Half aet Dinner Crockery  Kitchen ware 50 ieet Garden Hose  Garden Tools 4 dozen Sealers  Wood Heater and Pipes Lot of Hens  Water Barrels and many other articlea  Terms Cash day of aale  Stockwell's, Ltd. - Auctioneers  Professional Cards  BURNE fr tVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  IS. G. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys snd Reports on trrintion Works  Application, for Wster Licenses  KELOWNA, B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc,  Veterinary Surgeon  Oflice Phone 443  Residence     313  Vernon, B.C,  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  jobbing and Rapairs  Phones: Business 164;Residence91  P.O. Box 22  Mn. P. C A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes  Forming for the New Year  Phone for an appointment  VERNA E. DALGLEISH  Piansforts Tsachsr  Studio���Knox Hall Class Room  For information phone 3105  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  ln England, to relieve the traffic  congestion around London, it has  been suggested lhat vast underground roads be constructed for  fast motor traffic.  T. R. GRAINGER  CHIROPRACTOR  Graduate of the Palmar School of Chiropmctics  OMce Hoors, I.JO to 5 p.m.  Examination and consultation Free  Office In Hawstson-Msnus Block  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by Pioneer.   Jul; 6th, 1920  At the moment of writing the  troop has not left for camp, but  expects to within an hour. Commissioner Heneage arrived on the  boat from the south thia morning  and patrol leadera Ball and Shat-  ford of the Vernon Troop arrived  by car yeaterday. They will all  come lo camp with ua this morning.  a        ���  There are only aixteen acouts of  the Kelowna Troop are going lo  camp thia year, which is just half  the number which went laat year.  This sixteen together with the officers and viaittrs, will make a total  camp strergth of twenty-three.  On Sunday next the 11th, the  whole of the Summerland Troop  will visit us by launch from Summerland. They will have lunch  and supper with us. Visitors from  Kelowna will be welcome to the  camp on this day. The usual camp  service will be held at 3 o'clock in  the afternoon. The other visitors'  day is Thursday, the 15th, when  lhe sports will be held and we  shall be glad to aee aa many ot the  parents and. friends as can get  down.  We again point out that all parcels and mail should be lett at the  offices of Burne & Weddell before  4 o'clock in the afternoon, and they  will be taken down by car thai  evening.  o      a  The following  ia  taken from, a  recent issue of the Vancouver Province :���  "Scout Training Saves Boy's Life."  "Tacoma, June 26. Lloyd Dy-  ment, age 14, aon of a police officer, jumped into Wapato slough  yesterday evening and aoved Malcolm Albrightson, age II, from  drowning. After pulling the boy  from the water into which he had  fallen, young Dyment resuscitated  him through first aid treatment he  had learned aa a boy acout."  ���ss.  ���  Thursday, July 8,1920  Weather Report for the  Month of June  Compiled by G. R. Binger  June Max. Min.  1   53  38  2   71  j7  3   70  40  4   69 47  5   70  45  6     63  47  7   66 48  8   65  38  9  68  42  10   65  46  11   64  49  12   69    41  13   68  49  14  73  55  15  69  54  16  73  53  17   74  55  18   71  53  19   72  55  20   74  45  21   76 44  22   69  55  23   66 44  24   63 48  25   62  49  26  66 40  27   70  54  28    80  50  29  :. 83  52  30  8)  56  69.46  o--  47.63  The Prince of Wales had a lucky  eacape from a train wreck Monday  during his Australian lour. The  car he waa in left the rails and  overturned, but he crawled out unhurt and smiling from  a  window.  The Yoho and Kootenay Parka  in British Columbia have, by order-  in-council, been set aside aa Dominion Parks. The former comprises  476 square miles and the latter 587  square miles.  Onions have become a drug on  the market for the firat time in  years, the Waahington department  of agriculture reports in its weekly  market re vie .v. On the other hand  potatoes are two or three times as  high as a year ago and comparatively scarce. California onion  growers are plowing under their  crops, the report says.  UNIVERSAL  TIRE FILLER  Authorized Service Station  Veteran Vulcanizing Works  Ellis Street and Bernard Ave,, Kelowna  Ceo. Lane, exclusive Agent  (gl?lpA��<M  FRIDAY  AND SATURDAY .   ���""  Tnos. H. Ince presents  HERBERT BOS WORTH  in  "Behind the Door"  This picture is really something unueual in the line of photoplay offerings. It is a storf that rivets ths audience's attention, with situations that will  thrill you to the marrow.   Written by Couverneur.Morris.  Alao the wonderful aaenic, "The Laad of the Reindeer.''  Evening at 8.15.   Admission 25c and 55c.  Saturday Matinee at 5.30. 20s and 35c  MONDAY  AND  TUESDAY  Another Rex Beach eucceas  99  "The Silver Horde  Easily in the tame class as the other beet sellers written by Rex Beach.  A virile atory ei the Far North, pulsating with the adventitroue spirit which  fiction and fact have woven into the general conception of Alaska.  One show onlv at 8.15.    Admission 25c and 55c  WEDNESDAY   AND   THURSDAY  ENID BENNETT  in  "Sleeping Out"  Surpassing anything ahe has hitherto attempted. The picture offers a  natural and true atorv of what ie going on in our daily life. It ia a picture  thst will please you immensely.  Alao an Al St John super-comedy. "Teasing the Soil."  Evening, 7.30 and 9  Admission 20c and 35c  COMING-"Male and Female.'  PHONE 298  BOX 33!  D. CHAPMAN  MOTOR  HAULAGE  CONTRACTOR  Motor Trucks for every  ' kind of hauling.  Speedy, comfortable Pneumatic  Truck for Picnics, &c.  Furniture and Pianos  Moved with care.  CHALMERS CAR FOR HIRE  DAY OR  NIGHT  UVERY AND FEED  STABLES  AT THC  Johnson Barn, Lawrence Avenue  Jvv��^^^AAA^^^^vvvvvv^A*vvs/l-vvvvvvvv^  CREAM PRICES  The Jenkins. Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING CARTAGE DISTRIBUTING  Touring Cars always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tallly-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.   Special rates.  Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting  . Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Trucks ara all new and up-to-date  PHONE 20 DAY OR NIOHT Thursday, July 8,1920  KBLOWNA RECORD  PAGE THREE  Crf^t^'  PHONE 361  KELOWNA  There is Style and Comfort  in These Bathing Suits  Here are Bathing Costumes you will want for the  hot summer days. The beautiful colors are  exceptionally smart in appearance and priced  unusually low for garments represented.  Prices from ?l.95 to $9  Bathing Caps in Popular Styles  Many waterproof Caps ars here from which to,  choose. The styles are specially smart and reasonable in price. From 40c to $ 1.75 each  Among these Bathing Caps we have a  Pure Gum Cap for the diver.  JULY REDUCTION SALE  New is your opportunity to get real reductions on High Grada  Shoes.   It will pay you to buy NOW,   Many of these Unas ware  bought before prices reached the present level and are cheap at tha  regular pries.  Several broken linea of Men's Fine Shoes, Black.  Regular $5 to $9. Sale price $3.95 to $7.50  Black Vici, plain toe. Regular $9.50, Sale price $7.75  Black Vici Gun metal. Calf, &c, all new atylea.  Regular $10 to $13.50, Sale price $8.50 to $11.56  Doctora antiseptic, leather lined, for hard wear and comfort.   Black. Regular $12, Sale price, $10.75  Chocolate and Mahogany Calf in all styles and full range  of sizes.    Regular $7 to $ 15, Sale' price. $5.75 to $12.50  Also many lints of Work Sines at eery low pricts.  See window, or better still come in and see the atock, it will coat you  nothing.  H. F. HICKS - Wits H  OVERLAND  LIGHT  '4'  A new consignment just unloaded. The most popular  Light Car of the year.  100-inch Wheel Base  Turns in the narrowest road  130-inch Spring Base  Rides like* big "Six."  Powerful, snappy, economical motor.    The lightest  car on tires and gas at present on the market.  Price f.o.b. Kelowna, $1475  For demonstration see the car itself at  THE OIL SHOP  OR PHONE J. W. B. BROWNE AT 287  Several Second-hand Cars for sale at right prices.   Ask for .particulars.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Miss Isobel Crawford ia a visitor  this week to friends at Windermere.  Mrs. W. D. Scott and son left  Friday last on a visit to the coaat.  C. G. Brown and Mrs. Brown  left Saturday for Calgary.  Miss Edith Mann was a viaitor  Saturday to Vancouver.  Mrs. W. C. Mitchell and child/en  left Saturday on a visit to friends  in Tacoma.  Mrs. Goldsmith went up to Salmon Arm laat Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Billingsley  were passengers last week to the  coast.  Mr. and Mrs, R. Diamond were  viaitora this week from Gladstone,  Man.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Taylor were  visitors fiom Armstrong to-day  C. F. Chaffer, who waa here for  some lime last year on government  survey work, came in yesterday.  A. H. Marchard with Mrs. Mar-  chard, were down from Salmon  Arm yesterday.  Mrs. W. O'Neill, with her son  Francis, has lately arrived from  Regina, Sask., and intends making  her home here.  The regular meeting of the Jack  McMillan Chapter, I.O.D.E., will  be held on Tueaday, July 13th, at  3 p.m., at the home of Mrs. D. W.  Sutherland  S. A. Ramsay, ex-mayor of Calgary, is in Kelowna on a visit to  his son who has purchased the  Cowan fruit farm four miles south  of Kelowna.  The local lodge of Orangemen  will meet on Monday next, July  Uth, at 8.30 p.m. All visiting  brethren will be welcomed.  Mrs. Conlin   and   Mrs. Welch  were passengers last Thursday for  Calgary.  Parties of cherry pickers have  been coming in from the coast and  elaew iere during the paat week  and a re now getting into full swing.  Southern Alberta was visited  Sunday evening last by a heavy  hailstorm which did much damage.  In Macleod windows were broken  and garden crops beaten to the  ground.  J. Longworth was a paasenger  Saturday on his way to England.  G. Johnson left Monday for  Wetaakewin.  Miss Florence Cooper is spending a vacation in town.  The boy acouta left on Tuesday  for their annual camp at Cedar  Creek.  Mra. W. H. Fleming and daughter Amy left laat Thursday on a  viait to Summerberry, Sask.  Mr. and Mrs. Dan McLean have  arrived thia week to stay for a  while, occupying Col. Moodie'a  house.  Mra. C. H. Foord and her little  daughter, of Kamloops, arrived in  the city on Wednesday where they  intend spending the summer with  Mrs. Sands.  Mrs. P. Brooke and two children  who have juat returned from England and who have been visiting  for a few days with Mrs. D. Macfarlane, left Tuesday to join Major  Brooke in Victoria.  Messrs. E. H. and W. D. Watson  and Mr. Neil Gregory 'left yesterday afternoon for Vancouver via  the K.V.R. The Watson brothers  will reside at the coast cities for  several months.  Mr. Thos. Richardson, ex-member of the British parliament, and  Wm. Savage, president of the People's Prohibition Movement of  B.C., are now touring the province,:  in the interests of Prohibition, and  will apeak on Monday night next  at 8 p.m. in the Knox Hall.  Benvoulin Notes  Mia. Hughes returned this week  from the prairie.  Mr. D. McEachem left on Tuesday's boat for Rochester, U.S.A.  The Benvoulin Auxiliarv of the  W.M.S. met at Bethel Presbyterian  Church on Wednesday afternoon.  The Benvoulin United Farm Women will meet at Miss Day's home  on Thursday afternoon, July 15th.  Mi. and Mra. D. McLean and  two daughters, Dorothy and Jean,  arrived in Kelowna July 1st. All  the old timers will be very pleased  to see them in Kelowna after six  years spent at the coast.  There were quite a number- of  Benvoulinites took advantage of  Dominion Day to go on picnics.  Strange to say, withoutany previoua  arrangement they nearly all went  to Woods Lake, making quite a  large picnic of it and all having a  glorious time.  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your car has been all tuned up  ready (or the road. How about  your Storage Battery ? Ii it in top  'notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action ? We will teat it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable ratal.  In cine it needs replacement we are  the official station for the  famout  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerves  ready at all times like a coiled  ���printi to spin your engine, light  your Tights and blow your horn.  Drive in today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dep.  Service on All Bi.tte.ries  Don't take it to "George " Ut Barney do ill  Alfred A. Newitrand  (Automobile   Rlect'icinn  The Sign of the Pyramid  Lawrence Art.    East of Pendoxi St.  rr. ? i  I    HAVE YOU HAD A LOOK AT THE NEW  1920 Gray Port Models  -CfT Don't neglect to drop into our show  ���JM room and see the most snappy and  jJ attractive little car in town ��� lower  in price than most of the cars in their class.  We are prepared to give first-class service  with every car sold. Don't listen to criticism ; come and see (or yourself and we  will guarantee that Gray Dort will fight its  own battles. We also have somo good buys  in Second-Hand Cars.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  The Kelowna Band wish lo acknowledge with many thanks the  following additional donations:  The Morrison-Thompson Co., $10;  Oak Hall Clothing Co., $10; W,  Glenn fit Son, $5; H. S. Alk nson.  $5; H. D. Burtch. $5; W. Price, $5.  The United Farmers' organization is being asked to support a  scheme to amalgamate all the  creameries in the Okanagan. It is  proposed instead of having four or  five creameries in operation, each  throwing its output on the market  in competition, and adding to expense of operation, the number be  cut down to two, one, it Is suggested, at Kelowna and the other  at Salmon Arm. The idea is a new  one and it is difficult to say how it  would work out in practice.  Musicale Proves  Successful Event  The tea and musicale given by  the Jack McMillan Chapter I.O.DE.  at the home of Mrs. Byron McDonald, was in every way a success. The guests were received by  the hostesses, Mrs. Packham, and  Mra. Lloyd-Jones, Mrs. Benmore  having charge of the door. The  rooms were decorated with quantities of pink and white peonies.  The tea table waa centred with a  cut glass stand and vase of pink  roses, with draped folds of pale  pinkdulle, wilh small vases on the  tour corners. Mesdames A. G.  Ferrier and D. W. Sutherland  poured tea. Those assisting in the  dining room were Mesdames Fumerton, Loane, Jack Taylor, Hill and  Poole.  The excellent programme was in  the handa of Mesdames Meikle  and McDonald. Thoae taking part  were Misses Isabel Murray, Amy  Fleming, Marie Chapin, Winifred  Jones, Evelyn Packham, and Mesdames Rutherford, Braden, Jim  Harvey, Gordon Scott, DeMara  and Trenwith. Mesdames Ambler  and Seddon and Miss Jones were  accompanists.  Chas. Dark  For Low Prices  Nobody can afford to  give something for nothing���neither can I. But I  can give you a square  deal. Some.stores price  their goods so high they  temain on the shelves the  whole year round and  then have to be "sacrificed" at prices above  what I aell for ordinarily.  I'll treat you squarely.  Chas. Dark  For High Quality  Phone 40 P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTGN & SON  BROKERS  FOR SALE:  Farms  INSURANCE:  Automobile  Orchards Lite  Houses Fire  Listings Solicited Automobile time payments financed  ALSO AT  VANCOUVER.  VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK.  CLOVERDALE. MISSION, PENTICTON, etc.  A. B. BARRAT.  Manager.  Bernard Ave., Kelowna, B.C.  BRAN, SHORTS &  FEED FLOUR  Large stock now on hand  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones :  Feed Store 29 ;  Office 37 Free City Delivery  Stewart Brothers Nursery  GLENMORE   VALLEY  GroWeo of Fruit and Shade Trees, Roses, &c.  APPLES  Yellow Transparent ;  Delicious  PEARS  Mcintosh  Bartlett  Stay man Winesap  Beurre de Anjou  Yellow Newtown  Flemish Beauty  Rome Beauty  Winter Nelis  Wealthy  Jonathan  CRABS  Wagener  Hyslop  Grimes Golden  Transcendent  Ths above ���elected nursery stock, guaranteed true to name, is offered  for sale.    All ih excellent condition ind one year old on three year  French roots.   Inspection invited.   Place your orders now for fall or  spring planting.  CHERRIES���Bing, English Morello  BIG BEN  TOR A FATTER  PAY ENVELOPE  Wonderful bow tbat fellow, BIG BEN, can help  bring tilings your way when pay-raise time cornea  around.  Maybe ita because the boas has a clock juat like  yours and is johnny on the spot himself.  That's part of BIG BEN'S job���helping his frienda  get up in the world.  All our alarm clocks have thia knack, punctuality  is second nature with them.  Yon aaad one for tho Fruit Season.  Ws hava them from $3.35 up, sach oa�� guer-  ant.ed.  W. M.  PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETT1CREW -       - MANAGER PAGE FOUR  KHsTswun useau  Thursday, July 8.1920  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Real Estate and Farm Lands  Opposite the CP.R. wharl  WANTED  Listings of House Property within the  city limits. Must be modern, with  bath, toilet, city water and electric  light. Cement cellar not necessary,  unless guaranteed free from water in  the spring of the   year.    A few fruit  trees for family use desirable.  Write or call, giving best price  and easiest terms.  FARM LANDS  Wanted,  listings   of   small   holdings  with good buildings, within the four.  mile radius of Kelowna.  Death of Local Resident  K.LO. BENCH-FOR SALE  Several  bearing  orchards, with 6rst-  class buildings and  modern convenience.*.  Full particulars at this office  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116  'Bui 116  KELOWNA  DEPARTMENT   OF   PUBLIC   WORKS  RULE of the ROAD  Notice is hereby given that in accordance with  the provisions ol the  "Highway Act" the Rule of the Road ia as follows:���  In Traffic District No. 1 KEEP TO THE LEFT  In Traffic District No. 2 KEEP TO THE RIGHT  on and after July 15th, 1920.  r  The said traffic districts are more particularly dracribed   in   section 3  of the "Highwaj Act Amendment Act, 1920," and shown on Rule of  the Road Maps posted in public buildings.  Only two or three weeks after his  arrival in Kelowna with his family  from the Statea, the death took  place this morning of Guy Clenlon  Wilson, who had been suffering  for some time from acute tuberculosis. Deceased, who was forty  yeara of age, leaves a wife and two  children. The funeral takes place  tomorrow afternoon at 4.30.  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries 'Sold, Repaired It Charted  GENERAL WIRINC CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  Ry Order,  Department of Public Works,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,  June 10th, 1920.  J. H. KING,  Minister of Public  Works.  WM. HAUG & SON, Phone 66  Get your order in  EARLY for your winter's  COAL  supply of  COAL  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Rtpaire  Now is the tima to have  '' your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re.upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, fitc.  Re-made Polished  Cosey Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  Phone 386  "���as* at the prate sad all the crank case with  Imperial Polarine Heavy. The Imperial Polarine  Chart of Recommendations specifies this grade,  and tn have found it to be the best lubricant for  Oew trucks. Fill the tank with Imperial Premier  GaasJiae while you're there."  A Grade for Every Type of Motor  IMPERIAL MswiM pfovMes good lubrication for all types of  * motion aad all motor parts. Estrone high engine heat does not  ���Sect Its body uiactly ths right body to seal ta compression, tunserve pas-set; and get tha meat ipsa feel   It bums dean.  Imperial Polaris* coals and  through at every joint aad Mb.  ���WicttoMwerthh/aisdsMWM-sslai  Whsa yevsSapisreMsaktssesthe Imperial Polarine Chart of  Bstwnues��lutlu.s��, which shows ths right lubricant for your car. It  boa dlsssay a-hsseisr Iwgws.1 Nsarine is sold.  moving part and follows  Keduces wear, makes each part  Uie and aervice to your motor.  GaBon aad km gsHlia sealed cms, asset kegs, half-barrels and barrels.  Buy by the band aad hstfhsiiel aad save money. For sale by  daalars evesywham I  IMPERIAL rOUUM    1HPEHLU, POUUUNE HEAVY    IMPERIAL ItJURINE A  aishlt.ufc.U4) (HaawaihswrMr) (Eab. U.vy fcsay)  ���    a atuM sVKtAur Mtrrw re rom motor  IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  Want Ads.  FOI   SALS  FOR SALE, $13,000. the houae of G. E.  Seon, Hcrvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle At Wilton or other egents  or owner. 29tf  $2,200. Well-built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. Houae 32 % 28. Chicken  house and workshop. Apply P.O. Box  25. 21tf  FOR SALE, two second-hand   Automobiles, in good condition,   H. B. Burtch.  23tf  FOR SALE, Team, Harness and Wagon.  Apply John Sutherland. Z6tf  FOR SALE. Houses, Bearing Orchards,  Cattle Ranches, Gty Property. Pem-  berton 6t Son, Bernard Ave. 27tt  FOR SALE, a snap, 6-roomed House and  large lot, garage, woodshed, cellar and  good chicken house, $2,200. Half cash,  balance on easy terms. Apply J. A.  James, Lawson Avenue.  Box 69.  31 -2tf  FOR SALE, pair Coyote Hounds, 13  months; one 3-ynar-old Coyote Hound,  will kill alone. Cus Macdonnell. R. R.  No. I. Kelowna. BC. 32-3p  FOR SALE, well-bred young Pony, Buggy  in good condition, and Harness. Apply  Record Office.  FOR SALE, Buggy, good condition, new  harness and good small driving horse.  Also Washing Machine, uaed once. Apply Palmer, Box 533, Kelowna.      34p  Auction  At John Conroy'$  Ellison, Vemon Road  Thursday, July 15th  Commencing at 2 p.m. sharp  Bay Mar*. 10 yeara old, 1400 lba.  Bay Mare, 10 yeara old. 1200 lba.  3-year-old Msre, heavy  Gelding   ���  Black Horae, heavy       2 Lumber Wagons  Massey Harria Grain Binder     Fruit Rack  Cockahull 16 disc Drill Seeder, new  Mower 2 eeta iron Harrows  2 Walking Plows Und Roller  Double Mold Board Plow      Disc Harrow  Spring Tooth Harrow Fanning Mill  Bob Sleight      Cutter      Top Buggy  Set Double Work Harness  Set Double Driving Harneaa  Set Single  2 lull barrels Spray    '  Hon Feed Boiler  Hay Fork, Pulley snd ISO feet of cable  60 feet 1-inch Cable        Planet Jr. S.eder  Planet Jr. Weeder        Root Pulper  Pump Jack Hand Corn Plantar  Emery Knife Crinder      Binder Twine  Blacksmith Outfit complete      2 Chains  Home Comfort Renge     2 Cross-cut Saws  Axes      Shovels Hoea      Rakes  Forks      Quantity other small farm tools.  TERMS CASH  No reserve aa ranch is sold  G. W. Cunningham.Auctioneer  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Estate snd Insurance  Phone 254 Next door to Poat Office  BUNGALOW, 5 rooms, bathroom, fully  modern, cement basement, in first-claso  condition, large lot, close in, only 13,000  on terms. Couldn't be built to day for  the money. ^  TWO-STOREY Frame House, with two  Urge lota, 6 rooms with basement, dots  in.   $3,800 on terma  BUNGALOW. 5 rooms, good outbuildings, with one acre ef choice land. A  snap, only $3300 on terms.  TWO-STOREY Frame Houae,' 8 roomt,  large cement basement, fully modern,  stable held four horses, garsge, woodshed, including two Iocs. $3,000 on  termt. Immediate possession can be  given.  LARGE BUNGALOW, fully modern, 7  room, bathroom, one acre of choice Und  12 bearing fruit trees.   $3,300 on termt.  FOUR.ROOM COTTAGE, Woodshed aad  chickenhouae.   $1,4(0 on terms.  TWO-STOREY Frame Houte, 6 roomt.  good outbuildings, one acre of choice  toil.   $3,000 on terms.  TWO-STOREY cement block House. 6  rooms, kitchen and pantry, entrance hall  cement cellar outside. Stable. $4,750  on terms.  HOUSE, 3 rooms, iacluding four lots,  stable hold four horses, two chicken  houses, pig pen, 9 bearing fruit trass,  small fruits. $2,000. Half sash balance  to arrange.  We heve a large selection of dty property  for sale. Call snd so* ut. Priest snd  terms to suit.  Office hour*, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdasy 9 to  10 p.m.  FOR SALE, Heintsmtn Grand Square  Piano, genuine roaewood case, sweet  tone end light touch. Price $300 odd.  Box P. Kelowna Record. 34.5p  FOR SALE, lakeshore property, $2,000,  owner leaving the district. 34 acret,  bungalow, stable and outbuildings,  small Hearing orchard, I mile from  Wilson Landing wharf. Apply Owner, Box 396. Kelowna. 32-3p  .SYNOPSIS OF GOAL  MINING  IlBOUliATIONIs  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, a Girl for general housework.  Apply Mrs. B. McDonald, Richter Street,    34c  SMART GIRL wanted for night work ea  Telephone Operator. Apply Okanagan  Telephone Co., Kelowna. 34tf  SITUATIONS WANTED  WINDOW, Office and House Cleaning,  and other odd jobs wanted. Arthur  Gardiner, Box 482. Phone 404 after 6.  TO  TO RENT, Furnished Cottage, fully mod.  em. Lawson Avenue. Apply Box 44,  phone 75. 3ltf  MISCELLANEOUS  WANTED, good Mare, ebout 1,500 lbs,,  to work tingle.   Apply Norris, Ellison.  22tf  HAVE YOU ENROLLED for youfl.CS,  courae yet > Free booklet oa request  to International Correspondence Schools  Canadian, Ltd., 6 Leckie Block, Kelow,  na. 25tf  Coal mining rights or ths Dominion  In Manitoba, Saakatshawan aad Alberta, th. Tukon Territory, ths Northwest  Territories, and la portion ot th* Pro  vines o( British Columbia may bo Isas  ed (or a term ot twenty-one years at  an annual rental ot ��1 an aore. Not  more than 2,500, aorea will bs leas.il to  one applioant.  Applications tor ths lsase must bs  made by the applioant In person to th*  Agent or Sub-agent ot th* diatrict la  which tk* rights applied for ars situated.  Eaoh application muat bs accompanied by a tee ot IS, whioh will be refunded If the rlghtt applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of tbe mine at. the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories.the land muat  be described by sections or local subdivisions ot seottons, aad In unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for ahall he  staked out by the applioant himself.  The peraon operating the mine shall  furnish tba agent with sworn rsturns.  accounting for th* (all quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. It the ooal mining  rights are not being operated, auch returns shall be furnished at leaat onoe  a year.    .  The leaae will include the ooal mining rights only, but ths lsssss may bs  permitted to purohaas whatever available surface rlghta may be considered  necessary for th* working of th* mine  at the rate of $10 aa aero.  For full Information application  ahould be made to th* Secretary of the  Department of tb* Interior, Ottawa, or  to th. Ag.nt or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  w. w. eon.  (N.B.��� Unauthorised publication of  this advertisement will not b* paid for).  NOTICE. All persons srs warned against  purchasing tne property at Benvoulin  known at the Lytic place (north 20  acres), on which is e canning factory,  from anyone save the undersigned, who  is in possession of the aame. H. J.  Turner. 28tf  LOST, Green Coat Sweater between G.  Ward'a, Glenmore, and city perk, July  1st. Finder return c.o. Geo. Ward,  Glenmore. 34c  Miaa Dillon will be pleased to meet  ladies requiring Spirella Corsets et Room  5, Oak Hall Block, on Ssturdsyt. from 2.30  So 5.    Phone 115 for special appointment  KELOWNA   REGATTA  TENDERS  ere invited for concessions for selling refreshments   on  Regetta   daya.     Highest  bidders to have choice of sites.   Tendere  to be in by August 1st, 1920.  32-6 H. G. M. Wilton, Secretary  TENDERS  MISSION CREEK SCHOOL  Tenders wanted for repairs to school-  house, painting tame outside, kalsomining  and painting inside, and cement foundations for porches ; alao for moving and  repairing outhouses, digging two pits, and  bricking same to surface, and repairing  fences, painting front and setting flag pole.  Tendere for the whole or parte of above  work will be received-by the Board of  Trutteee up to July 17th, 1920.  Particulars from R. S. HALL,  34.5 Secretory-Treasurer  NOTICE  Usera of irrigation wster in my neigh.  bourhood should take notice that turning  their watte water through my property  (Lots 3 and 0, Block 18, Belgo Sub-divia.  ion) are rendering themselves liable to  legal proceedings for damages.  34tf DUNCAN M. MORISDN.  Automobile  For Hire  *H. B. BURTCH -   Phone 180  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, Ac  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 3102  I guarantee prompt aervice  and satiafaclion  $125  PER ACRE  Good ORCHARD LAND  under s good irrigation aystem  Also orcharda in full bearing  Eaty Tarme  THOS.'BULMAN  Phone 3206  Kelowna  1       i���  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St Paul Street    Kelowna  The Corporation of  the City  of Kelowna  TENDERS FOR ERECTION OF  HOUSES  Tendere will be received by the under,  signed.up to 12 o'clock noon on Monday,  19th July, for the erection of a number of  Houses under the Better Housing Scheme.  Plans and specifications may ba aeen at  the office of the City Clerk. The lowest,  or any, tender not necessarily accepted.  C. H. DUNN.  Kelowne, B.C., Citv Clerk.  '     luly 7rh. 1920.  Waltham and Elgin  WRIST  WATCHES  Watches that will keep accurate  time���Watches that ars ture to  please.  STANDARD PRICES  KELOWNA  EM/Waty  ta WMk  Ths Tk** Wtrer  Eleetrle Waaler  aet sal* washes  Ilka stedsaa, Del  wltBsJs tasm (assets cat all ths  srwsfrrryWthaaM  Mass weak mtm.  Yea sea aa a lkt|  day twsutt rath*.  Thee Saver sad  aet M a hit steal  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Sis)  Dty Phone 116 Night Phon* 3302  J. GRANT

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