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 Kclutmm  VOL VII.  NO. 14.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915.���6 PAGES  Regular Session of  City Council  Scavenging contract let  - Bad  cheques to get monthly rate  discounts  The council met liut Fi id., �����  morning, the Mayor und Aldermen Adams, Copeland, Duggan,  Rattenbury and Raymer attending.  Mo#t of the time was -.pent in  dealing with an unusually large  batch of correspondence.  The fire brigade wrote suggest  ing that it would be ad/isable  to repaint the fire hall this year  They also requested that the  small hose reel be converted into a ladder and rope carrier,  and that 500 feet of new hose  be purchased.  The secretary of the Mainland  Fire Underwriters Association  wrote pointing out that in some  cities "fire hydrants had been  found to be frozen, a most Serious condition in case of lire.  The clerk was instructed to re-:  ply that all fire hydrants in  Kelowna were tested weekly  Some discussion took place on  the matter of the arrangement  with Dr. Boyce to haul sawdust  to the power house in payment  of taxes. A considerable quantity had been delivered and the  council had refused to accept  any more. A letter was read  from Messrs. Weddell & Gribble  dealing with the case, and it  was decided to hand this over  to the city solicitor.  Messrs. Max Jenkins & Co.,  wrote, stating that for six  months past they had been  handling the city. Dound for Mr.  A. R. Davy, which arrangement  had not been satisfactory to  them, and in the event of tho  council deciding to appoint a  new poundkeeper they requested  that their application for the  position be considered.  Wr. A. J. Jones informed the  council that he had been approached to take out a trade li-  cence for the roller rink. He applied for exemption on the  ground that he was operating  the rink more or less for amusement and was barely covering  the cost of operation. He point  ed out also that no fee had been  collected from tlu prjprietors  of the ice rink.  It was decided to grant his  request.  Mr. W. F. Bouvette wrote offering to do teaming for the  city for S4.50 per day.  A letter addressed to Mr. Neil  Gregory was read from the Canadian Order of Foresters asking  for an offering of Kelowna   de-  ' bentures, and the clerk was instructed to furnish all information.  Tenders were opened for    th:  ��� work of city scavenging for 1 he  year as follows:  John Jardine      $150  Jas. Copeland    1.S0  (less $10 per month after the  school is connected with sewer  and also offering Si50 for use  of nuisance ground for the year)  per mo.  Max Jenkins & Co . . .   $1.18  W. H. Paisley      ijS  Geo. Dillon     ijo  W. F. Bouvette      125  (up to   450   boxes,    additional  boxes ;���,���* cents per box extra)  A. R. Davy '.. .   125  Ira McClure        120  W. F. Bouvette's application  was subject to him being given  the hauling of all earbagc in the  city and the exclusive use oi the  nuisance ground.  A. R. Davy offered to remove  all garbage in the city for S17.S  per month.  It was decided to accept Mr.  Davy's tender for scavenging,  and to call for tenders for the  leasing of the sewage farm   for  $1.50 Per Annum  More Kelowna Young Men  Will Go to the Front  Still    another contingent   01  Kelowna's young men are leav  ing to fight the battles of their  country, adding their names to  the   already   long list of ihn.se  who   have   from    this district  answered   the call.   Thc names  of those accepted are G.N. Kennedy, Ii. Whillis, E. C. Hoy, J  L. McMillan, A. M. Wilson.   \V  Pettigrew, F. A. Culbard, L. J  Harris, Geo. Hill ,i.nd Geo. Roberts.       Word came last    week  that ten recruits. could be     accepted  from   Kelowna    fir lhe  48th Battalion ���->( '.he cmiarvetit  now forming at Victoria. There  seems   to be   no luci" of    t!i"se  willing   to offer   their services,  and   although   Rii   effort   was  made   to   allow more than the  specified number to join    Iroin.  Kelowna, it was found impossible to do so.   On Monday  Captain Archibald, of thc Canadian  Army Medical Corps arrived in  town to conduct the medical ex  animation    of the fifteen candidates who presented themselves.  Instructions to proceed to Victoria are   expected at anv moment, and in the meantime the  time is being usefully employed  in preliminary drill under     the  instruction of Capt. Rose.  fOoatlauad oa Pan 6.)   0  The ladies of the school stalT  are entertaining their friends to  a dance tomorrow night in the  assembly hall of the public  school.  Conservative Association  Annual Meeting  The Kelowna Conservative As-  societion held its annual meet-  Tuesday afternoon when Mayor  J. W. Jones was re-elected as  president for another year. Aid  R. A. Copeland was also re-elected first vice-president, with R.  Pooley, second vice-president,  J. A. Bigger, treasurer, R. S.  Morrison secretary. A Etter  assistant secretary and a  strong executive representing  the various districts.  Plans were discussed for the  reorganization of the associa.  tion in view of the new redistribution proposals whicn would  make Kelowna the leading point  in the constituency of South  Okanagan.  Amongst the resolutious passed was one endorsing thc work  of the government in agricultural education which had been  unfairly* criticised by Mr. John  Oliver during a.recent visit  and also urging the early adoption of the Agricultural Com  mission's recommendations in  regard to farm loans.  Another resolution dealt with  the separation allowance lo  wives of men on home service  which it was contended should  be the same as those on foreign service as they were called  upon to make the same sacrifice  in regard to giving up of employment for patriotic reasons  The resolution which was addressed to the Hon. Martin Bur-  relland the Minister of Militia  asked for this disability to be  removed at the present session  of.the House.  The chairman referred sympathetically to the loss sustai.u -.1  by Mr. T. W. Stirling in the  death of his eldest son at tiie  front, and a resolution of condolence was passed.  Votes of confidence in tUtt  Hon. R. I,. Borden, the Hon.  Sir Richard McBride and the  Hon. Martin Burrell were passed and thanks were also tendered to the president and officers  of the past year.  Farmers' Conference  on^^^^  Mucin  Meeting in Raymer's Hall on  Saturday afternoon  A message of importance direct from the Dominion government will be delivered to the  agriculturists and stockbreeders  of the district on Saturday afternoon at 3.30 p.m., jn Raymer's hall.  "Patriotism and Protection,"  is the title applied to the theme  which the representatives of the  department of agriculture are  goind to discuss. The visitors,  whose stay will be of just sufficient length to enable them, to  appear before the residents to  give the information with which  they have been entrusted will be  Prof. W. T. McDonald, provincial live stock commissioner;  Mr. P. H. Moore, superintendent of the Dominion Experimental Farm at Agassi/.; snd  Mr. H. Cuthbert, industrial  commissioner for Victoria. They  have been commissioned by the  authorities to take up with the  farmers and others the question  of Canada's production in 191**.  Owing to the war which is "aging in Europe anl the fad that  millions' of men who heretofore  Decide Uniform Contract  for Growing on Shares  The meeting held in the Rutland school house on Friday,  the 19th inst., was well attended by the owners of property in  the surrounding district, and  many interested residents attended from Kelowna.  The meeting was called for  the purpose of discussing ' the  situation confronting property  owners who have been, and intend growing vegetables on  shares with Orientals, the experience of many being, all  things considered (interest on  investment, wear and tear on  machinery, etc.) it does not  warrant giving as large a portion of the crop to contractors  as has been given in some instances, and that it would be  desirable to arrange a uuiform  contract for all owners to adopt  over the_enlire vallev, ;iiul with  that end in view a crop contract  was agreed ui;< n setting forth  the terms that were consid^re^l  fair to both owner and contractor.  Growers can secure copies of  this contract from the Kelowna  Record office at 2=, cents per  copv, and it is desirable and in  the interests of all own.rs that  they provide themselves with a  copv of the contract so that  they will be informed as to ll(  Outlines Policy of  United Growers  Circular to be followed by meetings in various districts  have   been   producers  have be�� ler"ls Jt llas Dcen agreed will be  coiue consumers, there is  ','oin   a fair and reasonable basis   on  to be a heavy demand on    the wllicn l" undertake the sTriwing  country's resources.   In view of of cr��Ps   <>n shares wilh Orien  Canada's responsibility as pait' taif;  M. T. Bird left yesterday for  Saskatoon, where he will u-siJe  for a time before taking up his  farm at Grenfell.  The annual meeting of the  Poultrv Association will be held  in Raymer's hall at 8 o'clock on  Tuesday, March 2nd, when the  officers for thc coming season  will be elected. A rood attendance is desired so that the Association may be bigger and  better able to assist members  to obtain better results.  of the empire to see that as  much is done as is possible to  aid in the maintenance of the  empire's armies and the people  of thc Motherland, and because  of the exceptional opportunity  which has developed for the. tiller of the soil, the department  has felt that it should do some  thing to directly help thoss affected to make the very best of  the chance. Accurate information has been obtained as to  what forms of produce will be  in most demand as a result of  the changed conditions and ihe  speakers named, instructed bv  the government, have made a  special study of tke situation.  Their conferences with the farmers will be .informal, being  merely practical talks in which  hints of value will be given as  to how to direct the cultivation  of the soil this spring. The ob  ject is merellv to Ihow those in  doubt how they may best serve  themselves and the empire in  the present crisis.  PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY'S  POPULAR CONCERT  Arrangements have been made  by the kelowna Philharmonic  Society to give an Orchestral  concert of popular music at the  Opera House on Wednesday,  March 10th.  The members of the orchestra  under the able leadership c 1 Mr  Drury Pryce have worked hard  during the past few weeks to  perfect themselves in their various parts and an excellent pro  formancc may be looked forward to. The numbers oa the  program arc of the popular variety, and will be sure to please.  They include such well-known  pieces as Bizet "Carmen" selection, Handel's "Occasional'' overture, Brahms "Hungarian  Dances" and Dvorak's "Hutnor-  eskc." Vocal numbers will be  rendered by Mrs. J. M. Harvev.  Miss E. P. Duthie and Mr. ��.  Stocks, all well known local  artists, who have afforded Kelowna audiences a great ileal of  pleasure on previous occasions  The performance promises to  be a very excellent entertainment in every respect and patrons are assured that every effort is being made to give a performance up to the. standard of  former successes.  The Philharmonic Society,  which is the old Musical Society  reorganized, will use the proceeds' of this concert to clear off  some  The labor situation was dis  cussed at sour.' 1 njth, but it  was decided not to pass anv  resolutions in regard to selling  the price on white labor, the  general opinion being lhat as  the large employers had decided  (t> pay 5.15 a month and board,  for good teamsters and S.V> a  month and board for Ordinary  labor and likelv set the price  throughout the vallev, and in  the face of present conditions it  was considered impossible for  employers to oav more and  leave a margin of profit. It vas  generally considered that Oriental labor should be paid ut the  rate of about fl-,25 a day, but  there were no definite lesolutuu  passed or agreement made by  the growers to that effect.  Owing to all work of a public  nature having ceased in the district and the community be-in-r  entirely dependent on returns  from crops produced in the district, the hope was expressed  that labor generally would cooperate with the owners of land  to produce a bumper crop this  next season and have our exports from the district verv  much larger thtn our imports.  The Okanagan United Irbw  ers is distributing the following  circular among the shareholders  of the affiliated local associa  tions. As an outline of future  policy it provides interesting  reading for fruit growers. Section F with its sub clauses suggests that the organization open  offices in Vancouver, Calgary  and Regina, sell garden truck  and early soft fruits direct 10  the retailer through the Central's own salesmen, and that  the main carload crops be scld  to the regular wholesale trade  on an f.o.b., shipping point basis. If this policy is attempted  this year, it will mean a campaign along entirely new lines.  The circular reads:  To the  shareholders of our Affiliated Local Associations:  Dear Sir,���The Central Boaid  at their recent meeting requested that the following information be forwarded to you for  your consideration. Paragraphs  A, B, C, D and E were passed  by the recent conference of local  directors; F, with its ten divisions, is an outline of future  policy.  A.���That wc would ���jUongly  express our opinion that it is  absolutely necessary for the success of the fruit industry to  have a cheaper fruit package  provided in order that thc grower receives a living price for  his fruit, and that we recommend having travellers sent out  some considerable time ue.tore  the fruit begins to move in order to secure the trade for soft  fruits. The adoption ot* the  above recommendation <viU, wc  feel sure, accomplish much toward the elimination of the  broker and the realizing of more  satisfactory prices for the fruit.  Selling Agreement  B.���That as a satisfactory  working arrangement with our  competitors as, regards selling  prices is a necessity if disastrous cutting is to be avoided and  if satisfactory results are to be  obtained by their respective  growers, our Central Board be  instructed to make strenuous efforts to come to a mutually satisfactory and binding arrangement with such competing houses, and that in any event, and  particularly in the event of such  a binding arrangement being  found to be unobtainable, our  Central Board be instructed to  if possible make arrangements  with the brokerage and commission houses for their satisfactory handling of our goods bv  them at a verv material reduction on the rates hitherto charged by them, and failing the possibility of making a workinj arrangement with our competitors  and of getting such verv material reduction the board be instructed to make the necessary  arrangements for the selling o(  our production direct to the retailer by salesmen of our own.  C���"Whereas thc growing   of  fruit, both in thc eastern    and  IL Stirling Killed at Front  In a cablegram which arrived  Tuesday the sad news wus conveyed of the death at the front  in France of "Bob" Stirling,  eldest son of Mr. T. W. Stirling  It was only last week that thc  news came of his arrival in  France with his regiment, the  Argyle and Suthcrlands     (not,  as stated, the Seaforths). Thc stcrn provinces of Catuda has  young man, for he was only 23 become onc ot Canada's leading  vears of age, was well    known,industries. And whercas t;le re.  turns from this business, particularly the ^rowing of small  iruits, have become so unsatisfactory as to threaten the very  cxistencc of the induslr,; And  whercas this state of affairs is  not due so much to the want  of a market, which is ample,  nor to the prices paid bv consumers, which are generally reasonable, but rather to a combination of excessive or unnecessary charges between the grower and the consumer; the result  being that when boxing charges  freight or express rates, commissions to selling agencies, jobbers, brokers and wholesalers  have been satisfied, but a small  percentage, and sometimes nothing   whatever  as a bov to man. u , 1 - n K.'  lowna, though it is some eight  years since he left here 11 . continue bis education io England.  The greatest sympathy is felt  for Mr. and Mrs. Stirling in  their loss.   0   The Penticton Board of Trade  has fixed its nu-mbcrship fee at  ��2.50 and last week added 67  new members.  ing the society, and anv balance  left will be given to local charity. Reserved scats for thc concert mav be obtained at Crawford's store after Mondav. The  prices ate 7s cents and Jt.00.  General admission tickets y>  cents may be had at the Opera  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^     House on the night of the   con-  debts incurred in reform- cert.  this institute this state of affairs can somewhat be remedied  by bringing the grower as nearly as possible into direct contact with the consumer bv  means of a parcel post system;  Therefore, be it resolved, that  the government of the Dominion  of Canada be, and is hereby petitioned to amend the present  parcel post system,, ist, bv increasing the weight of the parcel to at least 25 lbs.; 2nd, -bv  granting a special rate on fruit  during the shiping season, the  said rate not to exceed one cent  per pound, and to cover it least  three provinces outside that in  which the fruit is <rrown.''  D.���That we declare in favor  of the Central purchasing packages, paper, nails and sacks for  the locals for the coming year.  E.���That the matter oi future  policy be left to the Central  Board, and that copies of all  resolutions be sent to the Central Board for their guidance,  and that copies of all resolutions received be sent to the various local associations.  Future Policy  F.���1. That earnest efforts be  made to arrange a working basis with our competitors as to  selling policy and prices.  2. That we have our own offices located at Vancouver, Calgary and Regina.  .���". That we sell our own JOods  2. That garden truck and early soft fruits be placed     direct  with   the   retail   trade by our  own salesmen so far as possible.  5. That we sell our main carload crops to the regular wh de-  sale trade on an f.o.b., snipping  point basis.  6. That no   goods unsold  shipped out except to our  salesmen.  7. That cheaper packages be  used, especially in handling 'orchard run' or 'off varieties of  apples. Baskets will also be  used in making experiment ship- '  ments of sour cherries, s.mall  plums, early apples and crab apples.  8. That our export markets be  extended.  q. That expenses in thc Central be reduced to the lowest  point possible consistent with  efficiency.  10. That the Local Associations be required to exercise  such supervision over expenses  as will ensure the maximum of  efficiency for the minimum ,->f  cost.  The above policy will not go  as far as some would like, and  further than others think we  should go. We have recently received prices on box material  which are much lower than last  vear. With reduced cost ot operations in local and central the  future looks fair for belter returns to you than vou have vet  had. Increased volume will materially assist. Let each one  do their part to build bv helpful criticism.  Okanagan United Groweis,  Per. R. ROBERTSON.  General Manager.  ua  own  Luigi Demarco, the Italian  boot-black who is under arrest  on a charge of sending blackmailing letters to John Casorso was brought up before the  magistrate Wednesday but remanded for eight days for further evidence.  E. C. Maclntvre, the popular  Dominion Express agent left on  Mondav morning for the old  country to join the forces, tie  being unable to repress his patriotic enthusiasm anv longer.  He was given a creat send off  bv the crowd of friends who  assembled on the wharf. Mrs.  Maclntvre accompanied him as  far as Sicamous.  20II1,  Lee.  price   remains   for the grower;  And whereas in thc opinion   oi  BIRTHS  LEE.���On Saturday, Feb.  to Mr. and Mrs. Harry  a daughter.  ALSGARD.��� On Tuesday, Feb  23rd, to Mr,  and Mrs. M   A.  Alsgard, a son.  of the selling [CAMPBELL ��� On Februarv 13,  to Mr. and Mrs.  bell, a son.  O. D. Camp- PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, February 25, i.  KELOWNH RECORD  PnbUafed twry Thuraday at Kelowna*  Britiik Colombia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION BATES  $1.50    par   years   75c..    ilx    months.   United  States SO oente additional.  All ���ubicriptioni payable In advance  Subaoriberi ai the resular rata can have  extra papers mailed to friend.-* at a distance  nt HALF RATE, i.e.. 75 oente per vear.  Thie ipecial privilege ie granted (or the  purpoae ot advertiilni; the city and district.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. 25 cente oer column Inoh par week.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 days. $���*>���  60 daye S7.  WATER NOTICES-IS (or five ineertlone.  LEGAL ADVERTISING-Flret   Insertion.    12  oanta par line: each subsequent Insertion. 8  coats per line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 oentt  oar word first inaertion. 1 cent per word  each subsequent Insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two inches  and under. 60 cente per inch first Insertion  over two inohes 40 cente per inoh first inaartion: 20 cents Mr inch each eubsequent  insertion.  All chances in contract advertisements must  be in the hands of the printer by Tuesday  evening to ensure publication in the next  issue.  SPECIAL WAR TAXES  Under "The War Revenue Act'  the following special taxes will  have to be paid:  Banks will have to pay a tax  of one per cent., upon their note  circulation each quarter, thit-  taxation to apply as from January Ist, last.  Trust and loan companies will  have to pay one per cent., on  their gross income, as from  January ist, last.  Insurance companies, other  than life or marine, will have  to pav a tax of one per cent.,  upon their next premium, as  from January ist, last, fraternal societies and associations  are exempted from this tax.  Telegrams or cables will have  to pav a cent war duty for every message which exceeds fit  teen words.  The purchaser of a railway or  steamship ticket will Have to  pav a speial tax of five cents  for every ticket purchased from  Si to Ss. with five cents for every additional Ss or fraction  thereof.  The purchaser of a ticket for  a seat in a parlor car or lor a  berth in a sleeping car will have  to pav a war tax of ten (.cuts  per individual.  Steamship passengers to all  points outside Canada will have  to pav a tax of one dollar for  I tickets costing up to S10, or S.i  for tickets between fio and S'o,  and of JS5 if the cost exceeds  S.so.  The issuers of bank cheques  will have to pav a tax of two  cents for each cheque.  The purchaser of express aiul  money orders will have to   pav  a war tax of two cents for each  ' transaction.  j    The purchasers of postal notes  1 will have to pav a war tax ol  one cent for each note.  Letters   and     postal   cards,  whether sent to a Doint in Can-  j ada or elsewhere will have   to  ��� have a special war stamp of one  j cent for each letter and postal  card, these to eoine into   effect  at a date to be later announced.  I    Bills   of lading will have   to  pay a war tax of two cents.  Proprietary and patent medicines will have to have a special  war tax stamp affixed equivalent to one cent for every ten  cents of retail value.  Non-sparkling wines will bear  an additional tax of five cents  ner quart, whilst chammgnes  will have to pav a war duty of  twenty-five cents a pint.   ���   She.���Lizzie's bloke calls 'er 'is pencil  and tho hannle of 'is eve. Why can't  vou call ma thines like that?  He.���Yus, that's verv well: but Vs  in tho vegetable business. Hi'm in ohe  fish trade, remember.  G1LLETTS  Editor of Kelowna Record:  Dear Sir.���A letter o[ mine,  to which you kindly gave :;oace  last week, on the two chief liquor problems, was intended as  regards the first problem, to  point out the regrettable absence of "refining influen-cs" in  the bar, not, as printed, ot "le-  forming influences;" and lo  point out, as regards lhe second that inebriates were mistakenly "supposed to be I epical," of all users of alcohol, not  "disposed" to be typical, as  printed.  The whole gist of mv letter  was to show that wc need to  study human nature, not to "reform it" and that when we have  replaced ignorance bv knowledge  we shall reorganize our institutions so as to promote uueful-  ness, and influences towards  temperance; and not.fly to the  repression and coercion vlllch  are always resented by spirted  natures.  Thanking vou in advance   for  inserting the necessary explanation.        Yours sincerely,  D. F. KERR.  Lady.���Yes, they are very ni.e Gooseberries, but aren't they dirty?  Street Vendor.���Dirty! Fink I can  wash 'em and part their hair da \vn the  centre for tuppence a pound in these  'ere war times.  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made  of  Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, otc.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnes.maker  ^^LOWNa"  ��� Next door to 25c Sto,e Phone   -  347  SYNOPSIS OB" COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of 'he iljminion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Noitli-  west Territories, and in a uortion ol  the Provinos of British Columbia), may  be leased for a term of iweity-one  vears at an annual rental ot tl an  acre. Not more than 2,500 acrea  will be leased to one applioant.  Applications for the leiiso muat be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Aireut of the district  in which tbe rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory tbe tract applied ior  shall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Each application must be aooom-  panied by a fee of to whioh will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise,  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable eoal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns shall be furnished st least  once a vear.  Tbe lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of 310 an aore.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of tho Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication ol  this advertisement will not be paid for.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  This is the season of the year that your Preserved  Fruit or Jam is getting low, or you want a change.  Why not try some of our  Choice Jam or Evaporated Fruits  We have a complete assortment at the Lowest Prices!  Okanagan Jam 5-lb. pails, 75c. each)  Raspberry, Plum, Apricot, B. Currant, Etc.  WagstafFa Jam 54b. pails, 90c. eaclj  In all Flavors.  40c.  eacl  Duerr's Jam, 2-lb. glass  Kootenay Jam, 2-lb. tins ��� 40c. eachj  Raspberry and Strawberry.  Evaporated Prunes, new stock 2 lbs. 25c  Evaporated Peaches -   - 2 lbs. 25c)  Evaporated Apples -  Evaporated Pears  Evaporated Apricots  For Anything that is Good to Eat  PHONE 35  - 2 lbs. 25c]|  - 2 lbs. 35c,  THESTORE OFPLEM  THE PIONEER GROCER  Five per cent. Discount on Monthly Accounts  The Salvage Stock of the Oak Hall Clothing Co., will be sold at Slaughter Prices in the New  Block on Lawrence Avenue, next door to the Burbank Motor Garage, on  Friday and Saturday, February  Opening each Morning at 9 a.m.  On Saturday Afternoon from 3 to 4,  and in the Evening  from 7.30 to 9.30,  we will sell everything left of the stock  by auction  and without reserve  The stock includes Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Lumbermen's Rubbers, Underwear, Shirts, Hose, Overalls, Blankets, Sheepskin Coats,   Pants, Mackinaw Pants, &c��� &c.    ��   691 Pairs Working Men's Shoes. Just as good as the day  they left the factory, only Slightly Dampened by water. Up to  $14 per pair, sold at your own price.  320 Pairs of Lumbermen's Rubbers, positively undamaged  215 Dozen Ribbed Underwear, all sizes, up to $3.50 per  suit.   These goods are not even damp or soiled.  Heavy Working Socks, up to 60c per pair, at just whatever  price you wish to pay.  75 Dozen Cotton and Cashmere Men's Hose. This is an  exceptional opportunity to secure a good stock of summer  hose for a few cents.  ISO Pairs of Men's Overshoes, all sizes.  Fine Summer Underwear in Lisle, Balbriggan and Cotton.  Two piece and combinations.   At your own price.  900 Shirts, in Flannel, Sateen, Cotton, &c��� up to $4 each,  at what you wish to bid. Also Blankets and Sheepskin Coats,  Wool Pants, Overalls, and everything a man should need.  Remember that this is no Bluff Sale, but positively genuine in every way.   Every article must positively be moved out by March 2  regardless of price.   If you miss this you will miss the best opportunity to buy good goods at Your price ever offered in Kelowna  The Oak Hall Salvage Sale  On Lawrence Avenue, Next Door to Burbank Motor Garage Thursday, February 25, 1915  KELOWNA   RECORD  MAI  Store Quits  Business in  Kelowna  No let-up on price cutting. Clear out  the stock as quickly as possible, are our  marching orders. Enough said! Corre  and see for yourself many lines selling for  LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES  Our orders are: "Fire away at the Price-Cutting and get the goods out as quick as possible,  never mind the present loss.   Everything in the  store at Slaughter Prices.  Get your share while they last  Opportunity will soon pass  Men's Walk-Over Boots and Shoes.  Reg. $6.50, clearing at $2.95  LADIES' SKIRTS  Reg. $3.00 for...$1.50  Men's Gum Boots,   Reg. $3.50 and  $4, for $1.75  Half Rear$3-50for $1.75  "<*"      Reg. $4.00 for...$2.00  Price Re*$5oofor $2.50  Reg. $6.00 for...$3,00  Men's Overshoes.   Reg. $2.50, now  Men's good  Working Boots at Less  than Half Price ������ $1.25  Ladies' Mantles at  Half Price  Men's Slippers, up to $2, for 95 C  Every article in the store  is reduced, so come and  buy goods at your own  prices.  The goods must be sold at once or  moved out of Kelowna so make the  best of your last opportunity.  Store for rent,  Fixtures for Sale.    Apply  to James Rae, 137, Hastings Street West, Vancouver  JAMES RAE  Selling out the Richmond Stock  Brief Items of  War News  As a result of the new German regulations for the ihaWng  of bread several hundred bakers  . in southern Germany alnua; the  Swiss frontier have been compelled to close their shops. <  a    *    #  l'ietcr Grobler, a grandson of  , Paul Kruger and a member of  parliament of the Union of  South Africa, has been committed for trial on a charge of * reason.  * #   #  German submarines ire cruising in Norwegian waters, contrary to international law. It  is believed thev have depots in  deserted islands farthest awav  from the coast, and reconno-  tered during the manoeuvres  held for several vears past ofi  the Norwegian coast.  * #   ��  The British armv in France  is now usinir heavy howitzers  whieh according to a report  from the official "Rye Witness"  with the expeditionary force,  have gained ascendancy over the  heavy German guns.  * *   *  About 8.jo p.m. Sunday night  a hostile aeroplane dropped missiles, supposed to be incendiary  bombs, on the fields close to  Braintree, near London, but  they did no damage. AL 8.40  an aeroplane passed over Colchester, whieh lies about 56  miles northeast of London. It  dropped a bomb which buried  itself in a garden, where it exploded doing damage to the rear  of a house and smashing the  windows of other houses. No  one was hurt.  * #   #  Reports received bv the setre-  tary of state of the Vatican  says the Giornale D'ltalia, show  that Germany, although maintaining excellent military positions feels seriously the consequences . of war, and therefore  has modified materially her  views on peace conditions to be  imposed. The paper adds: Th ���  pontiff considers sucfi a condition of affairs lends itsoh* fav  orablv to diplomatic step.'. Litis reported again to have interpellated Emperor William to  know on what conditions Germany would be disposed to negotiate peace, observing that in  anv case the military honor or  Germany is safe.  A movement is on loot to  form a regiment or a brigade of  United States militiamen and  National   Guardsmen  enlisting  with the Canadian contingents  #   #   #  The British government has  concurred in a committee report  that winf the " view of preventing loss of production by labor  disputes . no stoppage should  take place on work for {{aVcrn  ment purposes, but that dilier-  ences be referred to an impartial tribunal nominated by the  government. Virtually this  means that the government has  placed an interdict on strikes at  the present time.  ��   *   *  Strong testimony as to the  terrible and deadly character of  the British gunnery in the recent  battle in the North Sea is afforded in the composition .ji the  large body of German prisoners  taken. Practically every large  vessel of the raiding squadron  are represented in the men rescued. In every case their experiences were the same .is those  of the survivors of the 'Bleacher'. Horrified by thc carnage  on board their vessels, scores of  men leaned overboard and were  picked up. Their ships.swept by  shot and shell from the British  guns, were unfit towards the  end to do more than trust their  engines takin? them out oi the  action. The experiences of these  men confirm the ' statements  that the large German vessels  and many of the smaller ones  sustained damage which will  keep them off the sea for a long  time. Indeed, it is questionable  if some will ever anoear at,ain.  Thc loss of life on board was so  great and the scenes during lhe  action were so terrifying '.hat  the men regarded the ships is  doomed.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leavei Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leave. Weitbank 9.30 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  'Phona No. 108  TratWMerk  AT THE  Opera House  EVERY  SATURDAY  Tbe   great   mysterious  series-serial Photo Play  ZUDORA  W. EASTON  Picture Framer anal Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Oppoaate the Burbank Motor Carafe  The' Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  la odorles*  when in  use  Sanitary at  all timea  Call and  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  Patriotism^prdduction  Complete Your Plans Now  The important thing now Is to complete at once your plan for the year's work���  for increased production. By planning well in advance, each month's operations can be  carried through more effectively when the time comes. Delays later on, through neglect  of this, will mean loss to you and to the Empire.  Use the Best  SpCCd  This year, for the sake of the  Empire, fanners should be  exceptionally careful in the  selection of seed, Cheap seed  Is often the dearest. If every  Canadian fanner would use  only the best varieties, and sow  on properly cultivated soil, the  grain output ot Canadian farms  would ba doubled. Deal only  with reliable seedsmen. Write  at once to Canadian Department  of Agriculture, Ottawa, and to  your Provincial Agricultural Department for information as to  the best varietiea of aaed to be  used in your particular locality,  and use no others.  ATTEND  YOUR  CONFERENCE  Clean Your Seed  All grain intended for seed  should be thoroughly cleaned  snd selected to retain only  the strong kernels. You can  reap only what you sow. It  does not pay to sow weeds.  Clean seed means larger crops  and helps to keep the land clean.  When you have your seed grain  ready, put it through the cleaner  once more.  Test Your Seed  Test your seed for vitality,  too. Seed Is not always aa  good as it looks, tor example,  oats, quite normal in appearance  and weight, may be so badly  damaged by frost that their  value for seed is completely  destroyed. If you havo any  doubt as to the quality of your  seed a sample may be sent free  to the seed laboratory at Ottawa,  or Calgary, for test But in  most cases this simple test will  prove sufficient:���  Take a saucer and two pieces  of blotting paper. Place aeed  between blotting papers. Keep  moist and in a warm place.  In a few days, you will ba able  to see whether the vitality ia  there. Neglect to test your seed  may mean the loss of crop.  The Farm Labour Problem       Increase Your Live Stock  The Government suggests the forming of an  active committee in every town and city, composed  of town and country men and women. This committee would find out the sort of help the farmers  of their locality need, and get a list of the unemployed in their town or city, who are suitable for  farm labour. With this information, the committee  would be In a good position to get the right man for  the right place. <���  Councils, both rursi and urban, Boards of Trade  and other organisations could advantageously  finance (Men work. Every unemployed nun in the  town or wy who Is placed on the farm becomes  immediately a producer, Instead of a mere consumer  and a civic expense.  Breeding stock are today Canada's most valuable  asset. The one outstanding feature of the world's  (arming is that there will soon be a great shortage  of meat supplies. Save your breeding stock. Plan  to increase your live stock. Europe and the United  States as well as Canada will pay higher pricea for  oeef, mutton and bacon in the very near future.  Do not sacrifice now. Remember that live stock ia  the only basis for prosperous agriculture. Tot* are  farming not speculating.  Canadian  Department of  Agriculture,  Ottawa, Canada  No Postage Required,  Publications Branch, Canadian Department of Agriculture,  Ottawa. ���  Please send me Bulletins relating to Seed,        ��� ���  Name   P.O. Address   I  | Name  |  I P.O. Address   I  ��� County , Prov    ���  ���--'���-������������'��������� ���s---mmviJ.i...:,. '���: . *w  5*S.��W��  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, February 25, 1915  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Incorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blackemithing done.     Weighbridge.     Oata cruahed.     Fence poats, Milk,  Potatoea, Applea, dec. for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.      Phone 5;  P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  Head Office: 9 to 12;  1.30 lo 5.30 throughout the week.  Reach Office: 9 to 12; 1 to 5.30, excepting Thuraday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 274  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Arc now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have ��� large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  "Kelowna Record" Office  The place to take the job you leant' Printed Nicely '  Opening of Pictorial Review Patterns  10 and IS Cents���None Higher  So many requests have been received during the past from  the patrons of our store for  Pictorial Review  Patterns  tint, after thorough invec-  tigallon of  tlieir merits,  we have de.  ciJcd to sell  Pictorial Review  Patterns  (rom now on in our  citabliihment,  TkNn  Coi*i:i*rrcs*es,  Rut Sbtt,  Start LsMeJid-eU  snd  Rekes IiiDeir  for Scree, Caber.  dine and Covert  Cloth, are the  latest notes in  Spring Faihioni.  March Patterns  ere on sale now,  alao, the  Spring  Fashion Book  ��� or  -&im=!��   Pictorial Review Patterns  mend to til women who nre Dot vet Acquainted with th* superior merits of  to try one���JUST ONE.    It will convince them that Pictorial JUt-tmv  Inlay deserve the reputation they ere enjoying all over tbe country-  nttttM  New Millinery  We are Bow opening up our New Millinery for Sprint, and  your inspection ie cordially invited  ~  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  JERMAN HUNT - Diy Goods Store  Alderman D. W. Sutherland  returned Monday from ��a   visit  east. ."      #  * ��   #  Mrs. Barlee has just purchased a fine pedigree Holstein lull  from a coast breeder.  * *   *  Mr. J. G. Maclyachlan from  North Bav, Ont., is at present  visiting his sisters, Mrs.     Row  clilTe and Miss Macl,achlan.  * ��   *  Owing lo the absence of thi  Kector, at Victoria, the English  church   service at   Rutland   is  postponed until March 7th.  * #   #  The pulpit of the Presbyterian  church will be occunied nexl  Sunday by the Rev. Peter Hen  derson, B.A., of Armstrong.  * #   ��  The Benevolent Society are in  need of boots, and would be  glad if anyone having these  things to spare would leave  them at the home of Mr. H. H.  Millie, Ethel street.  * *   *  Mr. Wm. Lumsden, who has  been a member of the Royal  Bank staff for some time past  has been transferred to Vancouver for which place he left yesterday morning.  * *   #  A pruning class is being held  at the Central Okanagan Co  ranch in Glenmore starting on  Wednesday, Feb. 24th. Mr. Palmer is the instructor. This  makes the sixth class held    in  the Kelowna district.  * #   *  The pastor of the Methodist  church, on Sunday will discuss  at 11 a.m., "Scriptural Interpretation." And at 7.30 p.m.  "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity'  Visitors in the city are welcome.  * ��   ��  Mrs. Geo. Christie of Winnipeg, Man., and Mrs. W. J. Bul-  lis, of Weyburn, Sask., lilt on  Saturday morning last tor their  homes after a short stay with  their brother, W. A. Scott, of  Benvoulin. They have been  greatly impressed with the beau  tiful weather we have enjoyed  here this winter.  * *  Rifleman J. B. Whitehead left  Saturday morning for Kara,-  loops after a few da^s leave of  absence. He has been appointed  Regimental Quarter-Master Sergeant with the 48th Battalion  of the third Canadian Expcdi  tionary force, and expects to  leave at once for Victoiia to  take up his new duties.  * ���  *  A quiet wedding took place  in the vestry of the Presbyterian church on Wednesday niter-  noon, Feb. 17th, when Beatrice  Mary Jones, of Kelowna was  united in marriage to Alfred  Edward Case, also of Kelowna  The Rev. W. T. Beattie of Benvoulin officiated  * ��  A most successful dance was  given by a few of the voun>.r  bachelors in Raymer's hall last  Friday night, about eighty in  all being present. The music  was supplied by Messrs. Jloran-  do and Murray. Mr. D. Lawson  acting as master of ceremonies.  During the interval refreshments  were served and Mr. Wilkie sane  "Dook the Cannon Ball" and  responded to an encore with  "It's a Braw Bricht lninnlicht  nicht."    The company wish  to    *. ma\,     a.uui|IUU y       ��,* 1311 HJ  return thanks to all thoss who  helped to make the evening a  success.  KELOWNA- DEBATING SOCIETY  The political debate which  was to have taken place on Friday nindit has been postponed,  owing to the inability of one of  the proposed speakers to attend  on that night. In place of the  political deba<jj,an impromptu  one will be heW on some subject to be selected by the members. The debate will open at  8 o'clock on Friday the 26th at  the old school house.  Miss L. Hut-bard left Wednesday mptning on a visit to her  brother at Salmon Arm.  �� * * .  The Rev. W. T. Beattie will  take as his Subject Sunday evening next "Mountain Top !**���  ligion.*' *  'flip Rev. Thos. Greene left  this week for Victoria where he  will assist   in the consecration  of the new Bishop of Kootenay.  ��� ��� *  C. E. Cvowell of Hicks' store  left for Vancouver Friday last  for the purpose" of enlisting in  the 18th Field Ambulance Corps  * ��   ��  The Fanners' conference will  be held on Saturday next at  3.30 in  Raymer's  hall.   Don't  miss this.  * ��   #  The Study Club will meet at  the home of Mrs. W. E. Adams,  Glenn Avenue on Thursday evening, March 4th at 8 p.m.  * ��  *  Mrs. K. McLatin and family  with her mother, Mrs. Dowsley  left this morning for a visit to  Ottawa.  * ��  ��  Mr. and Mrs. Broadbent, who  have ,been on a prolonged visit  to their daughter, Mrs. H. D.  Riggs left for Winnipeg this  morning.  a   *   a  Mr. W. M. Edwards, of "Edwards' Grocery" has rented the  premises formerly occupied as  the Elite Barber Shop, opposite  the Royal Bank, and after undergoing a thorough overhauling and redecorating they will  be opened on Mondav next as  tea rooms and ice-cream parlor.   ���  . ���  GRAND COMPETITION IN  AID OF THE HOSPITAL  The members of the Country  Girl's Hospital Aid Society ask  the inhabitants of Kelowna and  district to join them in a competition to raise funds for the  hospital. It is a very simple  scheme and can be worked out  at your leisure, during the next  two months.  The idea is to lay out a sum,  not exceeding fiftv cents, in material and to make an article  which will be offered for sale <jf  a bazaar in May. A pri/.c will  be given for the article bringing  the. highest price.  The competition is open to all  residents of Kelowna and district. All material must be  bought in Kelowna. Any member of the Aid will be pleased to  give anv further information if  required.  " At a recent meeting thc following officers were ele-itcd for  the ensuing year. President,  Miss Metcalfe; ist vice urcsident  Miss Dykes; 2nd vice president,  Miss- Patterson; treasurer, Miss  Hewetson, and secretarv, Miss  Irene Cather.  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA 1:  B.C.  ���b*W SaAe*Vh> ***'  Recruits Wanted  Kitchener Wants More Canadian Troops  Recruiting haa commenced in Vernon  for the 3rd Contingent, Mounted Rifles.  100 Men Wanted at once for  Oversea Active Service  The fallowing are the necessary require-  mante*���  Age-From 18 to 45 years.  Height-5 ft. 3 ina.  Cheat-331 Ins.  Eyeaight-Cood.  Hearing and Speech-Must be good  and without impediment.  TeetW-22 Sound.  Heart and Luuga-Muat be sound.  Consent of Wives and Parents;���  1. Written conaant of married women  to thanr huaband'a enlisting.  2. The written consent of parents, per  milting children who are their only  oupport, to anliet.  3. The written consent of parents to  children under 21 years of age enlisting.  Recruits must be examined in Vernon  bv U O. Morria, M.O..C.A.M.G, end will  defray their own expenses to Vernon; also  in the event of not passing the doctor they  will defray their own expenses back again.  Application should be made to B.C.  Horse Headquarter.. Vernon, B.C. (Vernon  Poet-Oftce.)  OUR FEED  DEPARTMENT  Oats Crush1 Bone  *  Crush Barley   Bran  Wheat . Beef Scrap  Oyster Shell    Shorts  IMPLEMENT &  HARNESS DEPT.  Sleighs  Cutters  Robes  Harness  Blankets  Bells  Gloves  Mitts'  W. R. Glenn & Son  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street fie Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE. Ltd.  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within on* half mile of town, and being  ���bout loo feet above the lake, it onmmande a beautiful view of the town, lake sad aurrwading ooaatry.  Ideal Fruit SoiL Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market  There is only on* GLENMOrtE. Don't miss tk* opportunity of selecting a few sens of this dsellable  property.  The Central Okanagan Landi, Ltd  ���CJLOWNA, Bf.  Nutritious Dishes for  Lamml   For thou who abstain from eating meats on  Cf It   fast days during tho Lenten Season  FISH  SALMON.  Nabob tin 25c  SALMON.   Knight brand, nice red  salmon, per tin 20c  SALMON.   Western brand.   Good  pink salmon 2 for 23c  SARDINES.   Domestic ...4 Una 25c  SARDINES.   Casereo brand. 3 tina  for 25e  Butter���Cold Spring dairy  butter  i Ibe.  tl  Fresh Eggs, per dot. 35e  Buckwheat    Flour,   Red   Ribbon  brand 20c  SARDINES.  Sigyn 2 for 25c  These ara finest Norwegian ear-  dines la purs oil  SARDINES.   King Otcar...2 for 35c  CODFISH. Freeh, packed ia das  aimilnr to ealmoa.   Each 20c  CODFISH.   2-lb. boxes, each..40c  SHRIMPS, wot ead dry.  CLAMS   OYSTERS   LOBSTER  Buckwheat Flour, Peacock brand,  psrlb 40c  Maple Syrup (purs), ptr bottle...60s  Apples, Oranges, Bananaa, Lemons  Fresh Rhubarb, pw lb ISc  PHONE US YOUR WANTS  D. D. CAMPBELL  Phone Three Oh I Phone Three Oh I  ���aa l^gg^pgg^^HpsvpHMi  Thursday, February 25, 1915  KELOWNA   RECORD  PAlM IJVI  ������    PROFESSIONAL AND    ��  ���S       BUSINESS CARDS      **  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  -Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public  KELOWNA, ::       .   B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willie's Bloch   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  MeraWi ol tha B.C. Society of Aich'tacta  Architect  Kelowna, B.C.  P.O. Bos. 309  ' ARTHUR F. PELTON  ARCHITECT  P.O. box 531 Phone 4602  Kelowna, B.C.  C. Harvey. B.A., Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S..  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B.C.  Phone 147. M3. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  has reaumed his teaching classes and will  taceive pupila aa before in hia atudio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  ;     SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can.Soc.CE.  Consulting Cioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surveyor  Sairvey. aad Reporta on [araaation Worka  Applkataona (or Water License. '  KELOWNA, B.C.  H. G. ROWLEY    ' F. REYNOLDS  A.M. hut. C.E.. A.M. Can. See. CE       B.C.L.S.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Land Surteuora  Water Supply. Irritation, Subdhri.aona, ax.  , r     I     m   a. P.O. Box 261  3. Crowlay Block phone ,3,  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  e. O. Boa Its Phono Se  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  |PHONENo.93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  *      VETERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McCill Unworthy)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Messages may be left st the office of  Mesne. Rattenbury Is William.  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR  Pleat,  Specification!   and   Eatimstaa  Furniahed  Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date machinery  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  Bowling  With only three more weeks  of play-in the Dreamland Bowling Xeague it looks as though  the Pastimes were pretty secure  ly slated for first place as they  are rolling well and have a comfortable lead, over their neanst  rivals in the Dreamlands, vho  hold Second place. The Beavers  by dropping all three gaiiues to  the Shiners also dropped iiito a  tie with that team for the third  position, with the Shamrocks  and Bears following in the order  named.  During the past week the  league has lost some 0(7 its  members through . the call for  volunteers for the third contingent, the Shamrocks suffering  worst on this account, that  team having lost both W. Pet-  Made in the  British Empire  You will notice we  are featuring goods  of Canadian manufacture first, and  then those of other  parts of the British  Empire  You can do your  share towards helping to bring the war  to a satisfactory  termination by insisting on getting  these goods  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  ti<rrew and G. Kennedv. Mr.  Pettigrew was captain ft "the  team and his duties have been  placed on the broad shoulders of  Geo. G"edges, who will pilot  the team for the remainder of  the -season. The Dreamlands  also lost one man in J. McMillan. The places of these ' men  are being filled bv others and  the schedule will be carried out  as usual.  The games are creating much  excitement and are furnishing a  great deal of pleasure and en-  iovmeut for both the bowlers  and the fans.  Following are the results of  the games this week:  The Dreamlands took the odd  game from the Bears on Mondav night by the following  scores:  DREAMLANDS  Lawley . . 126 119 155���400  Johnson ... 114 171 153���438  J. Mcmillan. 117 tu i4'-3('9  Parker .... 161 168 165���494  H. Treadgold 229   180   147���556  Totals .  Loney .  Dowsley  Healey .  Willits .  Harvey .  ��� ��� 747 749 761-2257  BEARS  .. 172 165 161���498  . . 188 1.34 128���450  . . 120 125 lio���yni  .. 160 114 137���4ft  . 113 125 143-38T  Totals .... 753   663   7 [9-2 f 3=;  #   #   #  The Pastimes took thc series  from the Shamrocks on Tuesday  as follows:  SHAMROCKS  ���j  Swerdfager . 133 151 too���444  Dalgleish . .. 120 117 mS- -3S5  Mclennan . . 120 137 136���393.  Casorso .... 117 116 142 -375  Hedges 157 139 150-446  Totals .... 647- 660 736-2013    . .PASTIMES  Soresby ... 167   152 159���478  Mills 129   179 T48  456  Gibb 158   163 169���491)  McCubbin ... 130   156 168���454  Purdy . . > . 172   168 159���499  Totals 756   818   803-2377  #   #   a  Last night the Beavers dropped  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right       Delivery prompt  atisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Managing-Director  FOR SALE  OR TRADE FOR POTATOES OR ONIONS  33 Head of  Choice Dairy Cows  Comprised of  Ayrshire, Holstein, Jersey, Shorthorn  All in Calf by Pure-bred Bulls  Cow and Price to Suit Every Customer  The above stock can be seen at the Lake View  Stables, Kelowna. For further particulars.apply  THOS. DUGGAN  Phone 4503  Kelowna, B.C.  ���*^mmmWtmimi  ASTROLOGICALLY SPEAKING  -. To all interested in plautniif  or in the raising of pjailUy  the following, by Mrs. V. II, K.  Gore, graduate of Llewellyu  College of Astrologv will no  doubt prove very interesting.  The whole of the forthcoming  week, March ist to 6th, is an  unsuitable time for anv ga.*d'."n-  ing operations.  The moon will be in a "fruitful" sign on the 5th. and 6th,  but this will be too close to the  "last quarter."  Hens set this week will be  hatching out with the moon on  the increase, which is the best  time. Wednesday Thursday  and Prida*' r<' 'th and 5th  are the best days to set hens, as  the chicks will then hatch out  with the moon in a fruitful sign  and have more chance of prospering. Astrology admits of uo  such a thing as "chance" or  "luck". The whole -.uivcrse, according to it's teachings, is governed bv immutable laws, both  in the seen and the tuuwon  worlds, and just as it lias taken  countless ages of the working of  of those laws to produce our  world as it is today, to the  smallest detail, *������* p* try action  performed now n.ust hav.; results that will endure iorc\er  and leave its mark .111 the enlire  universe. Astrolo'-- is one attempt, among many, Lo understand the workine of ���lalitral  law in the seen and jnHoen  worlds, and to leave ihe contemplation of effects, in a  search for causes.  The Ford-Detroit Wecklv, thc  famous review of current Detroit events done in motion pic-  lure films, is now bcint; run  weekly in everv state and territory of the United States. For  the takine. devclaning. mount-  iiig and exhibition of motion  pictures the j?au! Motor f"om-  oanv now has at its mammoth  Detroit plant an eauiomout sec-  and to none in the U. S.  three straight to the Shiners as  follows:  SHINERS  B. Treadgold 14s 1*12 is^-456  l'antan .... 148 155 i**6���4=,8  Marquett . '.. 12s .157 t6,s���447  Trench . . . 96 ' 89 188-37J  Rossi 215   212���152���"S7Q  Totals .... 729 76s aX20-.--.14  BEAVERS  C. McMillan. 108 147 174-429  Sehidel . . . 135 189 124���448  Watt IU is8 165���4."6  McKay . . '..    83 105 157���"U*  O'Neil ....r- .7 168���26  Totals .... .-j88   746   788-2122  ��   *   *  LEAGUE STANDING  Pastimes .... 21   18 J���.Wo  Dreamlands . . 21   12 <>���- .57.",  Beavers .... 21   10 11��� 480  Shiners 21   10 11���.481)  Shamrocks ... 21     7 14 -3'*5  Bears 21     6 15���.285  #  #   #  NEXT WEEK'S GAMES  Mar.   1.���Pastimes vs. Beats.  Mar.   S.���Dreamlands vs. Eeavjrs.  Mar.   9.���Shamrooks vj. Shiners.  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meetings every Tuesday evening, at 8 p.m.,  at the reaidence of S. M. Goae, Pattaraon Av.  Public invited.    Lending library.  W. B. PEASE.  Preaident  S.M. GORE. Sec,  P.O. Box 382  Does Your Money go  to China ?  When you spend a dollar with  ut. you gat a chance at that  aama old dollar again. Whan  it geta away to China its���  Goodbye Mary I  THE KELOWNA  STEAM LAUNDRY  offer* you work absolutely  guaranteed equal to any in  tha province, prompt service,  and   mott   reasonable    ratea.  Aik for our Special Household Rates, they will surprise  you. By employing ua you  inevitably lengthen the life of  your linen  Sale Prices Will Be  Continued Through  FEBRUARY ::     I  This is the time to select your  Wall Paper  20 per cent. Discount  will be given on all orders placed  this month  Kelowna Furniture Co.  It's EGGS that   Pay  And the " Barron " Strain Produces 'em  White Wyandottes & Buff Orpingtons  I have a few Cockerels of the above breeds  for stock birds. They are direct from the  celebrated Barron strain, of Lancashire,  ��a  England1, and are of good egg-laying type  I wiil take a reasonable price for CASH  A. W. COOKE  Benvoulin  P.O. Box 663, Kelowna  , JX)T'd  Lower Prices on Ford Cars  Effective Auguat lat, 1914, to Auguat lat, 1915, and  guaranteed againat any reduction during that time.  All cara fully equipped f.o.b. Ford, Ont.  Runabout  Touring Car  Town Car -  - $540  $590  $840  (In the Dominion of Canada onljjO  Buyers to Share in Profits  All retail buyers of new Ford cars from Auguat Ist,  1914, to August Ist, 1915, will share in the profits of  the company to the extant of $40 to $60 per car, on  each car thsy buy, PROVIDED: we sell and deliver  30,000 new Ford cars during that period.  Ask for particulars  Ford Motor Company  OF CANADA. LIMITED.  BURBANK MOTOR CO.   -    .   KELOWNA, B.C.  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Famous Taber Lump - $10.50  Peisylvania Egg - 17.00  Pensylvania Stove - 1 7.00  Pensylvania Nut        -   17.00  Phone  66  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  W. HAUG  P.O. Bos  166  Every step counts these Hard Times  It will pay you to take a few steps on Water Street to  get a Bargain at the  Second-Hand Store  I'll Guarantee   Vou From 10 to 50 per  cent on every purchase you make  I have the most varied assortment of Household Coods in  Kelowna. Come in and inspect the goods, it will pay you for  your trouble.   A line of China and Crockery always in Mock  A. E. COX ���     SECOND-HAND STORE   ->������**������-������������<- >  Sasaaaaatlaa  J ��� ���  '��� '���    ���.     . ��� '  PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  ��� Thursday, February 25, 1915  n WANTED! j  THE CORPORATION O.F THE  CITY OF KELOWNA  TO LET  Portion of the Nuisance Ground  Oflers will be received by tit  undersigned up to 5.00 p.m. on  Wednesday, March 10U1, tit the  use of that portion ol the city's  nuisance ground not required ior  municipal purposes.  Kelowna, B. C.  February, 24,  r.<*0<*,  G. II. DUNN,  14-15 Citi' Clerk  '''OK SALE. Lefevre ostato. Now is  vour chance for a uoaiil improved  rauch, tile best buv in thu Ukatmijnu  One hundred and forty-three acres,  all fenced, a lino ci'uuk runs throUffh  the property, best of land, with its  own irrigation system, in tho heart  of the Orchard district, on the main  road, aanlv three miles from Kolowna  mail delivered at door every day  Must be sold to wind up estate. Ad  dress P.O. I!ox 157, Kelowna, B.C.  HAY FOK SALE.���Clover anl alfolfi  delivered.    Price on ntinlia'/iliain      tai  Box 195, Kelowna. 9tf.  FOR SALE.���Pony broken io ride ot  drive, cheap. Apply P.a). a*ox 453,  Kolowna. V'lt.  FOR SALE  One pair of brown Geldings, Clyde  drafts, 5 and 6 years old, kind and gentle  and good to work, used to logging and al!  kinds of hard work. Have been used at  mine for 12 months on road work and  have no further use for them. Can be  seen at Mr. Rembler Paul's, Bernard Ave.  Will be sold at reasonable figure. 12-4  20 MILK COWS FOR SAI.H.-Onc  freah calved, nnd three tn calve very  shortly. Applv H, H. Burtch, n JaS.  Bowea, Sunset Ranch. 11 If.  WANTED���Experienced farmer with ere-  dentials, wants to work mixed farm on  shares. Owner furnish seed, implements  and perhaps team. What offers? Apply  S. Stouffer, 511, Wilson Avenue, Kelowna, between 5 and 7 p.m., or write.  FOR RKNT.���Ncw house,   well  furnished   and    fully modern  close in.   Rent $2$.   Apply   J  A. Bigger, utf,  FOR RENT���Ten acres in Rutland for two  or three years for payment of taxes.    E.  Quick, 821, Fifth Avenue West, Calgary  I3-5P  WANTED.��� A general purpose  horse, about H50 lbs. Applv  box 673, Kelowna. 14  FARM WANTKD. ��� Practical  man wants to rent land on  reasonable terms. Has own  team. Apply box "M" Record  Oflice. x  Patriotism and  Production  Agricultural Conferences  under t!ie auspices or the  Dominion Departm't of Agriculture  will be held at  Summerland, Mar. Ist, at 2.;0  and  Penticton, on March 1st, at  8  and at  Raysner's Hall, Kelowna  Saturday, Feb. 27  At 3.30 p.m.  His Worship Mayor Jones will preside at the latter meeting  Agricultural conflations aa affected lay the  war, nnal the duty and opportunity of  Canadian   farmeis will be fully discussed  A cordial welcome  is extended to  all.    Ladits are welcome.  Bulman & Cross  Willits Block  Phone 306  To IZxchnnpe���6-room house and Four  Lots in an Alberto town for Fruit Ranch  or Kelowna Property.  Blacksmith Shop in small town in Alberta, revenue bearing. Will lixclianne  for Fruit Land or Kelowna Property.  320 Acrea, clear litlr, 100 acres broken,  smii.ll house, stable for 20 horses, all fenced. $18 per acre. Will exchange for  Fruit Ranch.  To Exchange���10 acres Fruit Lnnd for  House Property in Kelowna.  Winnipeg Property and SuninierResort.  Property near Winnipeg at Whyetwold  nnd Pone inn h Beach, to Exchange for  Kelowna Property.  Bulman & Cross  Willits Block  :306  SPIREIXA CORSETS  Mrs. .T. H. Davies will bo at Mr.  Malhio's (ovor tailor shop. Pcndoz  street between tlio hours of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday of each weok to moot  ladies wishintr to order corsets. P. 0.  llox G2fi. Kelowna. 20tf.  In the matter of taxes |ia:d  por capitaNelsol* heads all I He  towns in the interior at S?i).  MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL  (Continued from Page Ono.)  Lhe vear.  Owing to some technical omis  sion it was arranged to repeal  bylaws 156 and. 157, dealin  with the construction ot ' side  walks and to substitute corrected ones.  In reference to relief wps'k th  committee was reciuested to ascertain the conditions upon  which Mr. T. G. Speer would  permit the citv to emnlov Men  on the relief work cutting wood  on his property and removing  same to the power house at this  or some future date.  In connection with tht new  storm drain on Bernard avemi  it was decided to credit thf  iiililic works committee with 1-  celits per foot for all defective  sewerage system and debit thc  pipe used in its construetiin,  Alderman Kaviner suggest ed  that a fire hydrant be placed ai  the intersection of Doyle avenue  and Kllis street. He also stilted that he had received a requisition from the fire 'inside  for over S200 worth of supplies.  It was his intention to consult  the brigade before s'ubinittiui  it to the council  Owing to the large increase iu  the practice of issuing woAhless  cheques in payment ol the citrates, the clerk drew the litten- j  tion of the council to this unfair |  method   of obtaining the    discount on the rates.   He reported having    on hand dishonored  cheques    to    the    amount     of  S2755.   and   that   in one   case  for   five   out of six eonse-utive  months the cheque had oeen it-  turned.  . The council decided ji future  to recharge the discount on  monthly rates when the cheques  tendered in payment of same  were dishonored by tbe banks  and also to refuse for the remainder of the vear unaccepted  cheques of any ratepayer whose  cheque had been dishonored for  two consecutive months.  New forms of application for  water, light, and cower .'oniiec-  tions were submitted and passed by thc council in accordance  with recent resolutions.  Alderman Raymer announced  that owing to the absence of  Alderman Sutherland he would  postpone for another week his  proposals regarding salary reductions.  The meeting then adjourned  to February 26th.  r  How Pleasant It Is  TO HAVE  That Superfine Finish  on Your Linen  which is obtained by sending  it to  The PENTICTON  STEAM LAUNDRY  Agent���  The Smokers' Store  J. B. WHITEHEAD    .   Prop.  Next to the Post-Offica  ���m  fc m  >#$  WATER ACT.  Before the Board of Investigation.  EXTRAORDINARY  "THE RENDEZVOUS"  BERNARD AVENUE OPPOSITE ROYAL BANK  A new and up-to-date Ice Cream Parlor and Tea Rooms  OPENING on MARCH the FIRST  If you like the girl, and she likes you,  Then take her to the Rendezvous.  Where you will be  supplied with all kinds of up-to-date refreshments at  moderate pricea.   Call once and we are ture you will call again  W. M. EDWARDS  Edward's Cash Grocery  Bernard Avenue  Opposite Poit Office  Are You Looking for Cheaper Groceries ?  In inviting a comparison of values, all we ask is that  they be judged Quality for Quality. We know that by  fair comparison we have nothing to lose and much to  gain. By supplying high quality and thoroughly reliable  goods at reasonable Cash Prices our store has become  famous in Kelowna, and we'll take care that neither time  nor increasing competition shall din it's fame.  SPECIALS  In the mutter of ail streams flowing into  Okanagan Lake from the West or Northwest between Coyote Creek and Shorts  Creek inclusive.  A meeting of the B anl of Investigation  will be held at the Courthouse in Vernon  on the 19th day of March, 1915, at two  o'clock in the afternoon.  In the matter of all streams in Townships 10, 14, 20, and 21, Osojoos Division  of the District of Yale.  A meeting of the said Bnnrd will he held  nt the Hall at Oyama on Monday the 22nd  dny of March, 1915, at ten o'clock in the  forenoon.  Fresh Ginger Snapi, per lb 10c  B.C. Milk, 20-ox. tin, 2 for 25c  Ontario Wax Beans, 3 tins 25c  Choice Fresh Mincemeat (pint jar,  jar included) 15c  Quaker Pumpkin, per tin 10c  Choice Sweet Oranges, per doz. 20c  New  Zealand   Butter,  Hollybrook  brand, per lb 40c  Choice Grape Fruit, each 10c  New Laid Eggs, per doz 35c  Home made local Marmalade-  5.1b. jar $1.15  2J-Ib. jar ,. 65c  1Mb. jar 35c  We guarantee attention and satisfaction to all customers.   Phone your  ordera to 39 and they will receive our prompt attention  W. M. EDWARDS  In the matter of all streams (lowing into  Okanagan Lake from the West. North of  Bear Creek and South of Shorts Creek.  A meeting* will he held at Kelowna on  the 23rd day of March, 1915, at 10 o'clock  in the forenooon.  At the meetings all statements of claim  to w.iter privileges under Acts passed he-  fore the 12th day of March, 1909, on those  respfctive streams, all objections ttiereto,  and tne plans prepared for the use of the  board will then be open for inspection.  All persons interested are entitled to inspect {these, and to file objections thereto  in witing if they deem Bt.  At these meetings claimants who have  not previously done nn shall prove their  title to the lands to which their water re*  cordti are appurtenant. This may be done  by producing, in caa ��� of Crown-grnnted  laiul.i, the title dec's or a ceilificAte of en-  cum! ,-ince or other evidence of title; or in  the catfl of lands not held under Crown  giant, hy producing the preemption record,  the n^reeincnt of sale, the mining record,  a certificate) of search in the Dominion  Lmul Office, or other documents of title'  Ol jeciions will be heard forthwith if the  patty objected to has received sufficient  notice of the objection.  Thc Board at the said meeting will determine the quantity of water which may  be used under each record, the further  works which are necessary for suoh use,  and will set dntes for the filing of such  plans of such works and for the commencement nnd completion of such works.  And whereas there may be persons who  before the 12th day of March, 1909, were  entit'ed to water rights on the said streams  and yet have not Bled statements of their  claims with the board of Investigation, such  persons are required to file on or before  the 10th day of March, 1915, a statement  as required by Section 294 of the Water  Act, 1914, or Section 28 of the Water Act  aa amended in 1913. Forma (No. 50 for  irrigation, and No. 51 for other purposes)  may be obtained from any Government  Agent in the Province.  Dated at Victoria, B.C., the 9th day of  February. 1915.  For the Board of Investigation,  J. F. ARMSTRONG,  . Chairman  The water rights, maps, and the tabulations of records will be open for inspection  at the Court-house, Vernon, at 2 o'clock in  ih- afternoon, on the 19th day of March,  1915, and at the opening of the meetings  at Oyama and Kelowna. 13-6  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  Auction Sale  of Furniture land Household [ (feels  Saturday, March 6th, 1915  At 2 p.m. *  S.)ulli-West Corner of Richter St.  and Sutherland Ave.  Consisting of I mahogany paarlor suite, I  mahogany bedroom suite, 2 beds, springs  aaid matlresses, I chiffonier, I oak dining  table, I kitchen table, I oak sideboard, 6  oakjeather seated dining chairs, 4 kitchen  chairs, 2 oak rockers, I lounge, I oak cen.  Ire trable. I folding J-.| , \ .?,cB��a! -.!c;:c  carpets, rugs, curtains, I Edison Phono,  graph and records, I "Perfect" bicycle,  I kitchen range, I heater, kitchen utensils  dinhes, bric-a-brac, flee, flic.  C. E. MASSEY, Oa��ner.  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer.  s  ��  ��  D  S  Farm and Garden  S--E-E-D.S  Stelle Briggs'  Ferry's  McKenzie's  AND  Rennie's  s  E  E  D  S  In Packages and in  Bulk  Think it over carefully, plan what you  intend to plant and give us your list  of seeds. We have the stock. They  are the best quality and our price is  as good as the best. We are going  to have an early Spring.  Get everything ready in good time and if you want  any special orders from any teed house we will procure  them for you at not more than catalogue price and  perhaps LESS  WE WANT YOUR SEED BUSINESS  Look over Our Lenten Specialties  Canned Fish of all Kinds. Smoked Fish coming in Fresh Every Week. Black Cod, Kippers,  Haddie and Halibut.  ' ��� THE ���       f  McKENZIE CO., Ltd.  Our Motto: " Quality and Service " -  McCall Patterns  Fowm��' Gleret  GREAT DOLLAR BARGAINS  What a Dollar Will Do at Lawson's Sat. and Mon.  BARGAIN STAPLE GOODS AT ONE DOLLAR  7  yards Vesting  for $|  7 yards white Vesting  only $ I  Reg. $1.50  6 yards Crepe  for $1  Cenaiine Crepe cloth  Reg. $1.30  8 yards Flannelette  for$l  Heavy   White   and   Striped  Flannelettes.  Very special.  5 yards Sheeting  for$l  White   heavy  Sheeting,  two  yards wide  Reg. 30c and 35c  8 yards New Prints  for$l  8 yarda  latest  patterns, Potters best Print for $1  10 yards Wrapperette  for $1  Plain, Spots  and  Stripea, $1  Reg. $1.50  4 pairs good  Cashmere Hose for $1  Ladiaa' plain and ribbed hose  Very special 4 pairs $1  Reg. 35c values  30 yards Torchon  Lace for $1  Torchon Lace and Inaertion,  2-ins. wide, for pillow cases  and underwear, 30 yda. $1  3 pairs white and Colored Towels for $1  White and Calored Turks, 3  paira for $1  Reg. 50c pair  All-over work A prons  3 for $1  Reg. 65c  Ladies' Corsets, newest spring models  Special $1  All in tha well known Cromp.  ton make  5 yards Kimona Eiderdown for $1  Reg. 25c and 35c valuea  Embroideries and Insertion, 10 yards for  $1  Reg. I2| and ISc par yd.  7 Sylvette Cloths  for $1  Suitable for polishing furniture.   Rag. 20c each.  Utility Dresses  for$l  Checks  and   Striped  Ginghams, 36 to 42.  Reg. $1.75  Buster Brown   Hose  4 pairs for $1  The real caper ftr boya, sizes  6 to I0i.   Reg. 35c  Japanese Kimonas  Every color, $1  These are very nice for both  spring and summer wear  Reg. $1.50 and $1.75  Men's   Black   Cashmere Sox, 4 pairs  for*/  Men's Fownes Fabric  Gloves, per pair $1  For spring. In store-Chemoie,  and alata grey shadea.  Special Assortment of  Men's Ties  2 for $1  Men's fancy Oxford  Shirts, each $>  All elite.   Rag. $1.75  Men's Stripe Galatea  work Shirts  $1 each  Men's wool   Undershirts, Special  $1 each  Big asaortment. Rag. to $2,25  na  Boys'  wool Sweater  Coats, Special  $1 each  Assorted colors-Cray, Brown  and Navy. Reg-$125 & $1.50  Men's Night Shirts  for,*/  Striped    Flannelette   Night,  shirts. Rag. $1.25 and $1.50  Men's English cashmere Sox  3 pairs for $1  A naw importation of tne  cashmere aox.  Thomas Lawson, Limited


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