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 Utttfitb  VOL. IV.* NO. 45.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, OCT.  3. .1912.  $1.50 Per .Annum.  Meeting of  City Council  1 he council met Monday morning, lhe iv) ryor, Aldermen Sutherland, Copeland, Raymer, Blackwood nnd Taylor present.  Mr. J. S. Chapman, of Peachland,  agent lor lhe " Minimax" fire extinguisher, waiteu on lhe council  with �� model of the apparatus,  which he explained. He suggested  that the council purchase a number for the use of the brigade. The  council promised to be present at  a practical demonstration which  Mr. Chapman undertook to give  next 1 uesdnv evening.  Mr. R. Duncan, lessee of the  opera house, appeared respecting  lhe erection of a bill board on a  vacant lot on mairr street. The  work had been slopped by the  chief constable until permission  had been obtained from the council.  The request presented a new  problem to the council and after  some discussion it was decided to  take the mailer up in committee.  An employee of the Telephone  Co. attended with a request that  the council allow him to erect a  tent on the company's lot as a  temporary residence. * As the proposed location came within the  fire limits the request was red rred  to the city solicitor who gave it as  his opinion that the council could  not, grant the request if they wished to comply with the provisions  of the Building By-Law.  A letter was read from Mr. G. A.  Chick complaining that the pumping operations of the sewerage  engineers had caused his well to  run dry. -Me desired lo make arrangements with a neighbour for  a supply from the city mains.  Aid. Sutherland replied that the  matter had been a'tended to by  the committee.  An invitation to the council was,  received from the City Clerk of  Calgary to attend a conference to  be held there October 24th to 26th  to discuss a uniform building code  for western cities.  A reply, to the city clerk's letter  respecting the untidy state of the  wharf was received from Superintendent Kilpatrick, who stated  that arrangements had already  been made for building a new  freight shed this year, and it Was  the intention to apply for appropriations for some further, extensions next year.  The following accounts were  passed for payment:���  C. Borreli, .ewerage time check   - 18.00  C. Collar.. do. . 21.75  F. Alexander do. - 18.00  J. Newton do. - 27.33  E. W.Newton do. - 10.00  W. Ryan, work on waterworks  48.11  ���        work on pole line 50  P. Coffey, work on waterworks     65.51  ���       work on pole line 50  W. Cibaon do. .66  G. F. Teal, September salary  100.00  G. F. Jamea, August auppliea     10.40  H. Ellison, engineer on steam roller   85.00  E. Partington, fireman on aame    49.50  \s    C.P.R.. freight    J3.I0  Dominion Express Co., express......    17.00  Kelowna Irrigation Co., three ateel  wheelbarrows      9.00  Kel. lrrign.Co.,41ba.60p.c. dynamite 1.00  Central Ok. Landa, Ltd., teaming... 16.00  A* O. Brunette, machinery for sewer  construction,.  505.00  C, G. Clement, balance due on cement sidewalk contract., 1911.. 254.51  F. A. Heather, payment on account  clearing contract in Park  200,00  Bogardus. Wickina, Ltd.. plate glass   22.72  A communication was received  from Lieut-Colonel H. C. Lowther  respecting the visit of the Duke of  Connaught on Saturday, in reply  to a letter from the mayor, announcing the arrangements made for  His Royal Highness' reception.  Lieut.-Col. Lowther, who is military secretary to His Royal Highness, thanked the mayor for his  letter, the proposals of which, he  said, were fully appreciated. Their  Royal Highnesses, would be glad  to have a certain number of people  presented to them, including civic  officials and their wives and others  to the nun.ber of 40 or 50. . " As  regards the proposed drive," said  the writer, " I think it will be better to leave definite decision until  arrival. It may be bad weather,' or  else their Royal Highnesses may  not be up to it, or perhaps the  Duke and not the Duchess will  drive the whole way to Vernon.  Then let us say that the drive in  the country is definite and the  drive to Vernon is to be left for  decision at the time of arrival."  \ A strong letter was received  from Mr.WT R. Pooley complaining  Okanagan Centre  (From our own correapondent)  Messrs. Will Bailey and Bob Mc-  Kinley are confined to the Kelowna  Hospital with an attack of typhoid  fever. We wish (or them a speedy  recovery.  We understand the Geo. Wollen  property has been sold to Mr. Pow-  ley of Long Lake. This properly  consists of some seventy acres and  is practically cleared. It lies between the properties owned by Mr.  Cus. Macdonnell on the north and  W. Swalwell on the south, and is a  choice piece of bottom land.  Mr. Geo. New has sold his 12  acre lot in the Woods Lake bottom,  to Mr. Syd. Edwards, the price being in the neighborhood of $3,000.  This lot was all cleared out of the  forest by Mr. New himself, and has  been cropped twice. It is a good  level piece of land and is close to  the site of the proposed C. N. R.  station on the Hanthorpe Ranch.  A number of the residents of the  district drove to Kelowna on Thurs;  day and Friday to take in the Kelowna Fall Fair. They report the  Fair as not being quite up to the  size of last year's show, although  there was a number of really good  exhibits. Amongst some of the  local prize winners were Mr. A. D.  Monsees and Mr. E. B. Gay.  Mr. W. Scott, proprietor of the  Vernon-Kelowna automobile stage  reports travel to be quite heavy this  fall, olten taxing his accomodation  to the utmost to handle all the passengers, as well as large quantities  of express nnd freight.  The Vernon Automobile Club  have placed a number of prominent signs in red and yellow at the  forks of the principal roads through  the district directing the traveller  to his destination. This action on  the part of the club is to be highly  commended and will mean ihe saving of a good deal of vexatious delay which is often caused by the  inability to determine the right road  to take.  The digging of the holes and the  erection of the telephone poles by  the Okanagan Telephone Co., is  again well under way in the district, and another two weeks will  see them all in between Kelowna  and Vernon. Surrey for a branch  line has been made to the Okanagan Centre post office, leaving the  old Vernon road at the 17 mile  post and following the new road  to the Centre via the Rainbow  Gulch. It is not expected, however,  that the line and the spur to Carr's  Landing-will be installed before the  spring of next year as the company  is devoting all its energy to the  completion of the main line this  Fall.  Mr. T. Rayburn, superintendent  of the Okanagan Valley Land Co.,  in company with the president, Mr.  J. J. Warren, made a trip through  the country lo the south reluming  ast Tuesday. Mr. Rayburn was  over a good deal of lhe Kettle River Valley railway construction during the journey, and reports good  progress being made although the  shortage of labor is acutely felt.  The section from Midway to Carrni  on the west fork where the road  strikes west across the divide to  Okanagan Lake, will be turned  over by the contractors in another  six weeks, and a train service established between these two points.  January 1915 is the date now set  for the completion of the line to  Penticton. /  Kelowna's Annual  Exhibition  Lut of Priz* Winners  Their Royal Highnesses the ��ufc and 'Duchess oj Connaught,  who will visit Kelowna Saturday next.  New Tobacco 'Factory-  Building operations commenced  this week on the new facfoiy fur  ! lhe British North America Tobacco  'Co., Ltd., on Ellis street, which will  cost in the neighbourhood of  $26,000 complete.  lhe building will be of brick  throughout with reinforced concrete foundations, having a 40 It  frontage on Ellis Street and running back I40_ft. to the CUT platform at the rear. It will consist of  three floors ; on the ground floor  the offices will be siiualed aid  bonded warehouse, general storage, elevator and healing cellar;  on the first floor wiM be sort n*<  and packing rooms, workiojim  and stripping rooms, and on the  second floor fermentation rooms.  The front will be of local brick,  having moulded sills, cornices,  window head*-tee.- The building  will be heated throughout by  steam.  The general contract has been  let lo Mr. Geo. A. Bowser; Mr.  C, G. Clement has the contract for  the brickwork and concrete and  the Morrison-Thompson Co. the  healing. Mr. P. Edmund Corby of  the Crowley Block is the architect  who also prepared the plans for  the homes for the company now  being built on Coronation Avenue.  A number of local horses left  Tuesday morning for the Vernon  Fall Fair races which take place  this week. Penticton's Fall Fair  takes place on Friday, October 18,  of the insanitary conditions at the  rear of the Royal Hotel. The  letter was referred to the Health  Committee,  A letter enclosing plans of new  C.P.R. trackage was received from  the Right of Way and Lease Agent  at Vancouver. A resolution approving of the plans was passed.  By-law 117, dealing wilh the  widening of Pendozi street receiv  ed its final reading.  Aid. Copeland was granted a  month's leave of absence, he intending paying a visit to Saskatchewan.  The meeting then adjourned.  Wilson Landing and  West Side Notes  (From our own correapondent)  Mrs. J. Porter has gone to visit  the New Westminster exhibition.  Mr. S. Gtfodacre and Miss J, R.  Goodacre left on Saturday last for  a visit to Victoria.  The addition to Mr. Reid's house  which is in process of construction,  will make it very commodious and  comfortable.  Mr. L. Somerset brought a well-  matched black team back from  Vernon last week. He intends to  get the land he has been clearing  under cultivation.  Mr. Atkinson is preparing to  have a good piece of land to the  south end of his place broken up  ready for a crop in the spring.  There was a well - attended  church service at Mr. Reid's on  Sunday last, the next service there  being the harvest thanksgiving on  October 27th.  The W.C.T.U. will meet Tues.  day afternoon n'xt, October 8th in  the Presbyterian Sunday School  Hall. Members fand ftiends are  invited to attend.  Mr. J. S Chapman of Peachland  agent tor the " Minimax " fire extinguisher, is to give, at the request  of the council, a demonstration  next Tuesday evening, to show lhe  capability of the apparatus for extinguishing a fire. The demot-st rations are to be coincident with the  usual fire practice.  Grand Master W. A. Johnstone  of the I.O.O.F. for B. C. will pay an  an (official visit to Orchard Cily  Lodge on Tuesday, October 8th.  The members of Orchard City  Lodge will be pleased to welcome  all visiting brethern.  Th". popular Princess Patricia who  accompanies the "Duke ond Duchess  in their lour of the West  X  Kelowna Public School  Report for Month Ending  September 30th."  Attendance  No. on roll Average  Div. 1             20 19.00  Div. II            44 40.00  Div. Ill           39 34.32  Div. IV          35 33.17  Div. V           38 34.47  Div. VI          30 -  27.20  Div. VII         29 27.17  Div. VIII.       "31 28.67  Total 266 242.00  Attendance percentage : 91  Honor Roll  Entrance Class.���Dorothy Evans,  Lily McMillan (equal); Lottie  Lloyd-Jones, Leo Newby.  Sr. IV.���Russel Sutherland, George  Curts, Francis Buckland.  Jr. IV.-Mabel French, Fred Whitehead, Donald Whitman.  Sr. HI.-Geo. Pettigrew, Alma Wilson, Judson Copeland.  Jr. Ill��� Almeda Oakes, Ray Elliott,  Terence Crowley.  Sr. II.���Allie Bawtenheimer, Jessie  McMillan, Lloyd Day, Pearl  Downing.  Jr. II. ���Charlie Stewart, Bessie Duggan, Joe Bouvelte, Henry Tutt.  Sr. I ���Helen Robison, Nellie Jones,  Flora Ball, Leonard Gaddes.  Jr.���Bessie Haug, Ivy Laws, Mary  Ritchje. '  Sr. II. Primer��� Nelson Marshall,  Geo. Ryder, Geo. Oliver.  Jr. II. Primer ��� Paddy Crowley,  Grace I links, Willie Saunders.  Firct Primer, A. Class.���Dorothy  Marly, Ethel Hillard, Stanley  Duggan.  B. Class���Cicely Tult, Edward  Small.  C Class. - - Isabel Mills, Ewen  Hunter, Kenneth McKinley.  Receiving Room, A. Class.���Earl  Wilson, Ralph Ball. Howard  Leathley, Mary Stewarl, Hugh  McKenzie.  B. Class. ��� Florence Steveson,  Anne Hendrix, Ruth Rowclilfe,  Miriam Small.  Kelowna's Fall Fair has once  more came and gone, and the Agriculture and Trades Association  can once more congratulate themselves upon its success. Although  in some classes a decline of entries  was noticed, yet these were amply  compensated for by the big increase  in others, the total number of entries being well in advance of last  year.  The most remprknble advance  was in the poultry section, the large  numoer of entries in which has already been referred to. Mr. J. C.  Stockwell was the largest exhibitor  wi ining the Josselyn Cup for the  best display of poultry. As pres-  dent ol the new Poultry Association, Mr. Stockwell is* doing much  to arouse local interest in pouliry  keeping, Mr J. W. Shain had a  fine display of White Orpingtons,  housed in his improved pens.  Another section which showed  large increase was the ladies'fanry  vork. The exhibits being crowded, however, were not displayed  to lhe best advantage.  Casorso Bros, had their usual  display of vegetables and field  produ.e, a rival'appearing this year  in the shaps of C. C. Prowse, who  showed some fine produce giown^  in lhat district.  The " hig pumpkin" prize this  year was taken hy Mr. J. C. Stock-  well with a monster wh ch lipped  lhe beam at 176 lbs.  A fine display of fruit was on  allow wliich for 8 ze, coloring and  quality was a revelation to many  visitors. Curiously enough, however, the display, was confined  almost entirely to plate entries, the  box classes being completely neglected.  The collection of soft fruits���  peaches, plums, grapes, Ate., was  very much larger than usual.  A plate of huge pears grown by  Capt. Knight attracted some attention, one weighing nearly 2 pounds,  and the plate of five 1\ lbs.  The British North America Tobacco Co., had a beelh at one end  of the building, showing '.he process of manufacturing cigirs from  local tobacco. Another exhibit  was that of Clemcnt-Rigg.i,. who  showed various kinds of local made  brick and tile.  The total gate money for the two  days amounted to $939.55 half of  which goes to the Racing Association, T his does not include the  returns from membership tickets of  which nearly 100 more were sold  this year than hat.  To be strictly truthful the races  were somewhat of a disappointment. The weather in the first  place was chilly; rain threatening  most or the time. The entries too  were poor, and the delays between  events, always a source of annoyance, were longer than usual, many  of the scheduled races being left  out altogether.  The results were as follows :-  Thur.day  Three minute trot or pace, 1 st  Don Zombro, 2nd Sourah jr., 3rd  Mon Brino Eail.  Free for all half mile, 1st Bessie  R., 2nd Keetha.  Five-eighths dash, Ist Lord Rossington, 2nd Melos, 3rd Escalanta.  Friday  Free for All.���Ist, Keetha ; 2nd,  H.M.C.;   3rd. Bessie R.  2-40 Trot or Pace.���Ist, Don  Zombro ; 2nd, Sourah Jr.  One Mile Dash,���Ist, Senator  Warner; 2nd, Lord Rossington ;  3rd, Ben Volio.  Half-Mile Catch Weight.-1st.  Lord Rossington; 2nd,>Eunice;  3rd, Escalanta.  Three-Eighths Dash.��� 1st, Roxie;  2nd Senator Warner.  It is stated on good authority that  the next week or two will see the  contracts let for the C. N. R. line  between Kamloops and Kelowna.  PRIZE WINNERS.  DIVISION'   I��� POI I.TUV.  Judge:    T. Edwards.  -Barred Hocks.  Cock���1st, Mack Copeland.  Hen���1st, Mack Copeland.  Cockerel���1st, A. L. Baldock; 2nd,  Mack Copeland; highly commended,  Albert Ashworth.  Pullet���let Mack Copeland; 2nd,  Albert Ashworth.  Pen���1st, Albert Ashworth; 2nd,  P. R. E. DeHsrt.  Pencilled Wyandottes.  Hen���2ud','A1wyn "Weddell'   -"  White  Wyandot ten.  Cock���2nd, C. Martin!.    .    .  ",  Hen���Isf, C. Martlu;"2nd, C. Martin.  Cockerel���1st, T. Buluian. ���    -  Pullet���let, T. Bulman..'.'  Pen���I at.'T. Bulman.  miotic Island lte:'n.  Co-k���1st. J. C. Slockwell;   2nd,  Mack Copeland.  Hen���1st, Ma'ryiiet Uellatly; 2ud,  J. C. Stockwell.,  Cockerel���1st, Margaret Ge ia ly;  2nd, E. U. Gay.  Pullet���1st, J. C. Stockwell;  2nd,  E. U. Gay.  Pen   oid   bir::s���1st,   Rev.   D.   J.  Welsh; 2nd, Wm. Blackwood.  Pen young birds���1st, E. B. Gay;  2nd, Rev. 1). J. Welsh.  Lljjlit llrahnias.  Cock���1st, Mack Copeland.  Hen���ls\ Mack Cope'and;  Brown Leghorns.  Cock���2nd, W. A. Scott.  Hen���2nd, W. A. Scott.  Cockerel���Ist,   J.'  C.   StbMtwell;  2nd, .Wm. Blackwood.  Pullet���Is , J. C. Stockwell; 2nd,  Wm. Blackwood...  Pen old birds���2nd, W. A. Scott.  Pen young birds���1st, Win. Blackwood; 2nd, Mrs. J. P. 'Bawtinhcimer.  White Leghorns.  Cock���1st, Rutselr Sutherland.  Hen���let,   T.   Bulman; :2nJ,   T.  Bulman.  Cockerel���1st,   J.   C.  'Stockwell;  2nd, J. C. Stockwell.  Pullet���let, J. P. Stockwell;'2nd,  F. R. E. DeHart. '    '  Pen young birds���1st, J: C. Stock-  well; 2nd, F. R.'E. DeHart.  Black Minorcaa.  Cockerel���1st, A. Notley; 2n*l, A.  Notiey.  Pullet���Is', A. N'ct'cy; 2nd, "J. H.  Rlere.  Hen���1st, D. H. Riggs; 2nd, D. H.  Riggs.  Buff Orpingtons.  Hen���1st,   Alwyn   Weddell;   2nl,  Mack Copeland.  Cockerel���1st Russell Sutherland;  2nd, D: H. Riggs.  Pullet���1st,    Russel    Sutherland;  2nd, D. H. Riggs.  Pen young birds���1st, D. H. Riggs.  White Orpingtons.  Cock���1st, W. J. Shsln.  Cockerel���1st, W. J. Shain;  2nd,  Bob Burtch.  Pullet���lBt. W. J. Shain; 2nd, Bob  Burtch.  Co iiinucd on pa7e2  em  Dramatic Society to Reorganize  The Kelowna Musical and Dramatic Society held a meeting last  Wednesday and decided to produce Gilbert & Sullivan's " Yeomen  of the Guard," in the coming season. They also made tentative af-  rangements for the production of  a farce before Christmas, and possibly a high class concert. The latter however will partly depend on-  the organization of the orchestra,  and if there are any mnslcinns in  Kelownn or disirict who would  like to help, they are requested to  send' their names to the secretary  or any of the people mentioned  below.  Members air also wanted for the  Dramatic and Operatic sections.  The Society has every hope that  the response to this appeal will  ensure a successful season, and  equal, if not exceed, the success of  lolant.he ' or the " Mikado."  Names may be handed to the  following: J. F. Burne, Pres., D.  W. Crowley, Vice-Pres:, P. DuMoulin, L E. Taylor. J. M. Croft,  R. C. Reed, B. G. Meyrick. Stanley  Hodkinson, or the secretary, J. L  Macready.  The ball held, in aid of the Kelowna Hospital, at Ellison School  was a decided success. Mr. Morrison and committee wish to express their thanks for the manner  in which the people of Kelowna  and district came to their assistance  It is hoped th"! in the future an minimi ball will be held. The proceeds amounting to twenty-five  dollars have been given to the hospital.  The new hardware firm of Dalgleish & Harding now announce lhat  they are ready for business, and  plenty of it. The last few weeks  haa been spent in rearranging lhe  nteriorof the store and in opening  up large consignments of new  goods, and the shelves are now  filled with a splendid stock- whit h  covers every requirement for building and the Household. The Orcliard City Record  ; Thursday, Ooto^r 3^  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  PaSllshetl muy Thareiau al the Ofce.  KelaaJtsa. B.C.  IOHS LEATHLEY. EdUer and Praprletar.  Satmttthn SI.SO tat annum.  Is Utile**'States $2.00 ,n annum  AiteltiaMt rale, upon application.  FALL FAIR PRIZE LIST  Coinmucd from page I  Pen young birds���1st, W, J.SIialn;  -lid, Wui. Blackwood.  S. Spangled Hamburg.  Cockerel���1st, J. M. Harvey, Jr.;  -fill, Mack Colielaud.  Pullet���1st, f. M. Harvey, Jr.  Pen young birds- let, J. M. liar  vey, Jr.  Cornish Indian (lame.  Cock���1st, Russell Sutherland.  lien���1st,     Russell     Sutherland;  2nd, Russell Sutherland.  Cockerel���1st, Russell Sutherland  Pen old birds���1st, Russell Sutherland.  Silver Camplues.  Cockerel���1st, R. 11. Flower.  Pullet���1st,   R.  II.   Flower;   2nd,  It. H. Flower.  White Cap Black Polish.  Cockerel���1st, J. M. Harvey, Jr.  Pullet���1st, .7. M. Harvey, Jr; 2nd,  .1. M. Harvey, Jr,  Cochin Bantams.  Cock���1st,  Alwyu   Weddell;   2nd,  F. M. Buckland.  Hen���1st,   Alwyn   Weddell;   2nd,  Mack Copeland.  Cockerel���1st, Mack Copulaml.  Pullet���1st. Mack Copeland; 2nd,  Mack Copeland.  Ilohlen Heiibrlght Bantams.  Cock ��� 1st, Mack Copeland.  Hen���1st,   Mock   Copeluiitl;    2nd,  Alack Copeland.  Game.  Cock���1st, Mack Copeland.  Hen���1st, Mack Copeland.  Cockerel���1st, Mrs. II. Newby.  Pullet���1st, Mrs. H. Newby;  2nd,  Mack Copeland.  Pen���1st, Mack Copeland.  Aylesbury Ducks.  Duck���1st, W. It. Barlee.  Drake���1st. W. It.  Harlee.  Young drake���let, W. R. Barlee.  Pekin Ducks.  Duck���1st, Margaret Gellatly.  Drake���let,    Margaret    Gellatly;  2nd, Alwyn Weddell.  Young duck���1st, Wra.Sturtrldge;  2nd, Wm. Blackwood.     ,  Young   drake���1st,   Wm.    Sturt-  rldge; 2nd, Alwyu Weddell.  Rouen Ducks.  Drake���1st, Wm. Blackwood.  Duck���1st,  Wm.  Blackwood.  Bronze Turkeys.  Tom���1st, F. R. K. Dellart.  Hen���1st, F. R. Q.'*Dellart.  Young torn���1st, Russell Sutherland; -in!, Mrs. M. E. Cameron.  Pullet���1st, Mrs. M. E. Cameron.  Toulouse Geese.  Pair���1st,   Joseph   Beiaid;    2nd,  Joseph Berard.  Buff Leghorns.  Cockerel���1st, D, II. Riggs.  Pullet���1st, D. H. Riggs.  Pen���1st, D. H. Riggs.  Rabbits.  Pair common rabbits���1st, Alwyn  Weddell.  Pair    Belgian    hares���1st,    Geo.  Curls;  2nd, W. Bouvette.  Pigeons.  Pair    Homers���let,   Dr.    Keller;  2nd, Alwyn Weddell.  Pair   Fantalls���1st,   Alwyn   Wed  dell; 2nd, Mack Copeland.  Pair Tumblers���1st, Alwyn  Weddell; 2nd. Mack Copeland.  Pair Owls���1st, Alwyn Weddell.  Pair Blue Winged Swallows���1st,  Alwyn Weddell.  Pair Pouters���1st, D. W. Crowley;  2nd, D. W. Crowley.  IMV1HIOX St.���CATTLE.  Judge:   Dr. Thayer.  Durham Bull. 8-year-old and upwards- It. Munson.  Jersey Cow, 8-year-old and upwards���1st, J. E. Lytle.  Fat Cow or Steer, special by P.  Burns, 110.00���A. Weddell.  Guide Dairy Cow- 1st, W. Stint-  i-ltlge; 2nd, W. A. Hunter; 3rd, W. A  Scott; lib. D. H. Riggs.  Heifer, 1-year-old and under 2���  1st, W. A .Scott; 2nd, \V. A. Hunter.  DtMSlOX 3���DAIRY PRODUCE).  Judges: 8. V. Bray and C. C. Jos-  selyn.  Dairy butter���1st, C. H. Geen;  ���2nd, A. Anderson.  Dairy butter, not less than ten  pounds, in tub or crock���1st, A. W.  Dalgleish; 2nd, W. D. Harvey.  Dairy butter, not less than Ave  pounds. In tub of crock���1st, A. W.  Dalgleish; 2nd, J. B. Brown,  Honey In comb���1st, W, T. Ashbridge.  Honey, extracted���1st, W. T. Ashbridge.  Collection of Jams and Jellies���1st,  A. I). Monsees.  Csnned fruits, six Jsi*r-lsi, Mrs.  M. K. Cameron; 2nd, H. 0. M. Oar-  onsr.  Collection of pickles���1st, Mrs. D.  II.' Riggs; 2nd, Mrs. H. Newby.  DIVISION' 4.���HORSES.  Judge:   Dr. Thayer.  Percheiun   .million���1st,   Casorso  Bros; 2nd, John Bozette.  Clydesdale mare with   foal  at  her  side���1st, Mrs. M. 13, Cameron.  Shire stallion, any a^e -1st, John  Bozette.  Agricultural Class.  Brood mare with foal at her side���  1st. Mrs. M. 15, Cameron; 2nd, I.. B.  Taylor.  Filly or gelding, 1 year old���1st,  Mrs. M. E. Cameron.  Filly or gelding, 2 years old���1st,  Mrs. M. K; Cameron; 2nd, I,. E.  Taylor.  Foul   of   1��12���lsl,    Mrs.   at.   H.  Cameron; 2nd, T. Buimuu.  Roadsters.  Mare with foal at her side���lsl,  Mrs. M, E. Cameron; 2nd, T. Bulman.  Filly or gelding, 1 year old���lsl,  W. R. Bailee.  Filly or gelding, 2 years old���'.st,  Wm.  Blackwood.  Foal of 1D12���1st, T. . ilulninn;  2nd, Mrs. M. E. Cameron.  Sweepstake���1st, T. Bulman,  Horses lu Harness.  Heavy draft leant, 3200 lbs. ���lsl,  A. Johnston;   2nd, Geo.  Dillon.  Agricultural team, 2800 lbs.���1st.  W, H. Morris; 2nd, Geo. B. Thompson.  General purpose team, 240u lbs.- -  1st, W. Marshall; 2nd, W. C. Black-  Wood,  Fastesl walking team, hitched to  wagon���1st, Geo.  Dlllun;   2nd, Geo.  B. Thompson.  Single roadster in harness���lsl,  Casorso Bros; 2nd, Dr. Thayer; 3rd.  Mrs. F. Bawtlnhelnier.  Roadster teiiin in harness���1st,  Casorso Bros,  Single carriage horse in harness,  10 hands���1st, C. Martin.  Carriage team, 16 hands���1st,  Owen Grlgg,  Saddle Horses.  Saddle horse, 15 hands and over���  Ist, Casorso Bros; 2nd, W. R. Barlee.  Saddle horse, under 15 hands���  let, L. E. Taylor; 2nd, A. Temple.  Saddle mare, with foal at side,  14 V4 hands and over���1st, W. R.  Barlee.  Boy rider, aud pony���1st, Mrs. M.  E. Cameron; 2nd, Alwyn Weddell.  Girl rider, and pony���1st, W. R.  Barlee; 2ud, C. A. V. Butler.  Delivery Horses.  Best turned out dray transfer  learn���1st, Geo. Dillon; 2nd. Geo. E.  Thompson.  Shetlund Ponies.  Shetland pony, driven in harness   1st, F. R. E. DeHart; 2nd, c. Martin.  DIVISION !,.���VF.flETABI.ES.  Judges:   Paul Knlppel and A. Tread  gold.  Potatoes,    Hot-heeler    lloso���let  I., i ii Is Rumps ui;  2nd, Thus. Swordy  Potatoes,    Early   Rose���ls*f A. j  Glower;  2nd, Gun Audeisoii.  Potatoes.    Bui-batiks���1st,   Q.    It.  Dinger; 2nd, W. A. Scott.  Potatoes. Satisfaction- -lsl,  I,.  B.  Taylor.  Potatoes,    Netted    Gem���1st,    A.  Glower; 2nd, \V. A. Scott.  Potatoes,    Peerless*-1st,    W.    D.  Harvey; Snd, L, E. Taylor.  Potatoes largest ��� 1st, Thos.  Swordy. ��  Potatoes, new variety not before  exhibited���1st, Thos, Swordy; 2nd,  A. D. Monsees.  Potatoes, any other variety,  named���1st, A. D. Monsees; 2nd, A.  D. Monsees.  Potatoes, best collection, correctly  named���1st, Thos. Swordy; 2nd, A.  I >. Mnnsees.  Cabbage, two beat summer���let,  i!, E. Weeks, 2trd, Thos. Swordy.  Cabbage, two best winter���1st, Dr.  I'tyffor; 2nd, Thos. Swordy.  Calilmr.c, two host red���1st, Jos.  Harvey, sr.; 2nd, Capt. Knight.  Carrots, Short Horn���1st. W. 1).  Harvey; 2nd, C. Martin.  Canots, Intermediate���1st, R. J.  Gray; 2nd, Thos. Swordy.  Carrots, Long Red���1st, H. G. M.  Gardner.  Parsnips - 1st, C. Martin; 2nd, A.  M. Cowan.  Beets, Long���1st, Thos. Swordy;  2nd, C'upt. Knight.  Beots,  Globe    1st,  J.   B.   Brown;  2nd, fl. J. Oray.  ��� Onions,   Yellow   Globe   Dan vers���  lsl,   W.   II.   Fleming;    2nd,   Thos.  Swordy.  Onions, Flat Danvers���1st, Thos.'  Swordy; 2nd, Dr. Pfyffer.  Onions, Prize Taker���2nd, A.  ('lower.  Onions, Red Wuthersfleld���1st,  Thus. Swordy; 2nd, W. D, Harvey.  Onions, Large Red Globe���lsl, Dr.  Pfyffer; 2nd, Thos. Swordy.  Onions, Bermuda���let, A. Clower;  2nd, W. 11. Fleming.  Onions, White Globe���lsl, Thou.  Swordy; 2ml, Louis Rainpan.  Onions, Improved Connecticut Yellow Globe���1st, 0. E. Weeks.  Onions, White Pickling��� lsl, 0. B.  Weeks.  Oiiltuix, Yellow Pickling ��� 1st,  Thos. Swordy; 2nd, Louis Rainpan.  Onions, collection correctly named  ��� lsl, A. Clower; 2nd, Thos. Swordy.  Corn, table���lsl, Alex. Held; 2nd,  A. M. Cowan.  Squash, best two, any variety,table  use���1st, C. Martin; 2nd, W. H.  Gaddes.  Stiunsh, best two, Hubbard���1st.  C. Martin; 2nd, D. H. Riggs.  Pumpkins, for table use���-let, J.  C. Stockwell; 2nd, W. A. Scott.  Vegetable    marrow���let,    A.    M,  Cowah; 2nd, G. R. Binger.  Tomatoes, best���let, H. G. M.  Gardner; 2nd, C. B. Weeks.  Tomatoes, best collection, correctly named���let, D. E. Gellatly; 2nd,  D. E. Gellatly.  Cucumbers, beet brace, green,  grown under glass���1st, D. E. Gellatly.  Cucumbers, best brace, green,  grown in open air���1st, W. H. Gaddes; 2nd, I). E. Gelatly.  Cucumbers, best dish for pickling  - -lsl,   W.  D,   Harvey;    2nd,  C.   B.  Weeks.  Caullllower���1st, C. E. Weeks;  2nd, Mrs. 0, 0. Prowse.  Calory,. White Plume -1st, C. E.  Weeks.  Celery, winter���1st, 0. E. Weeks.  Citron���1st, G. R. Binger; 2nd,  W. H. Gaddes.  Melons, Water ��� 1st, Tbos.  Swordy; 2nd, A. D. Monsees.  Melons, Musk���1st, J. B. Brown;  2nd. C. E. Weeks.  Melons, Nutmeg���1st, M. T. Bird;  2nd, O. R. Binger.  Continued on page 7  We Have Done It!  Have moved our business into  new and larger premises next to  The-McKenzie Co., Ltd., and are  all set again lo do business in  the same up-to-date and satisfying way. Our stock of confectionery is the most complete of  any in the cily. We have over  60 varieties in Ganong's and  Moir's Chocolates, also Cad-  bury 'a, Webb's and McCormick's  50c. & 60c. per lb.  We are putting out new lines of  our OWN MADE CANDIES  every day and vou can always  get them nice and fresh.  Ice Cream is still going  Afternoon Teas and Hot Drinks  are now our specialties.  Don't forget, if you want the best  Go to ALSGARD'S  New Store opposite Palace Hotel  amsaaim  He Who  ���'������  " /  Hesitates is Lost  I have secured a splendid Sub-Division which is the  only one that can  be had   close  in, and  am offering  Lots from $300 each  on very easy terms. Just consider this carefully as this  city is growing rapidly and you will never be able to  secure lots as cheap again. So, if you want to get hold  of a good thing, come and see me and it will mean  money in your pocket.  LLVI1 19 The Homeseeker's Friend  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and I will try to meet your requirements either by finding a  tenant or buyer, or if you are wanting to buy by putting you next to  some good snaps.  J. LEVITT,  P.O. Box 495.   Phone 194.  :   Crowley Block   :  Office open every evening after supper.  SOMETHING  FOR  NOTHING  is largely sought for on all occasions, but very rarely found.     We  can at least offer  you   good   honest   values   and   more   for  your  DOLLAR than is usually found in British Columbia.  . ����� �� ��'" 3.  i*<i  1%  Our fall stock of  Men's Overcoats  is here at last. Materials are heavy English and Scotch  all-wool Tweeds, in latest shades. Coats are 52 inches  long, heavily lined, with  CONVERTABLE COLLARS,  $15 to $30  Exceptional Values in Popular Priced Suit*  There are many men who are looking for a suit that combines all the essentials of a high-priced suit, but at moderate  cost. It is those who will particularly appreciate our  popular priced suit. These suits are [made by reliable  tailors and combine the smartest and most up-to-date  styles and dependable materials.  Priced at $15,  $18, $20  ���Biff  '  Special  Special  Special  H jf  Ladies' OvercoiU  LaiW All-Wool  Ladies' Skirti  n Dal  Positively this years  Hot*  Golden   opportuni  ���H    1  Mock.   aS GOATS  4 pairs $1.00  ties for the woman  Sg   SIP  mutt be cleaned out  who  haa   not   yet  completed   her fall  Mr   H  thii wenk. You msy  Children'.  WsT*    fl  have your choice at  Overcoat. At Jacket.  wardrobe.  ��� Discount of  M,   IB.   $6  Grey and Brown  20 per  cent.  Children'. Blue  Tweed, Black  and  Make your choice  Serja Sailor Draaae.  Navy Serge, and  early.  ��1.2B snd |2  kindred fabrics.  LEQUIME BROS. & CO.  Telephone  22 Thursday, October 3  expensive mm  The Orchard Gitu Record  Ejfjalne lour Old Envelopes.  The,  Stay Bring a Fortune to Yon.  ���any Valuable Collections  '      Started Small.  How a little detect or slight vards  ' tion   ln   printing   may   enhance th.  value of a postage stamp ln the col.  lector's eyes Is strikingly Illustrate!!  1 try the keen competition which exlsti  at tbe present time to secure sped-  | mens ot a new variety ot the current  ' penny postage stamp, with the portrait ot King George V., which haa  just bean placed on sale.   The varletj  la denoted by the presence or a full-  stop following the letter "A" ln what  Is   known   as   the   control   number,  "A.  11"   appealing   on   the   bottom  margin of lire sheets, a mark which li  absent from, all chose Issued  before  the present month.   For two days In  . Juns   the   new   penny -stamps   were  printed by the Stamping Department'  it the Board of Inland Revenue al  Somerset   House,   before   the   platea  were   handed   over   to  Messrs. Hur-  rison's,  the new contractors, and  In  that   time  stamps   to   the   value   ol  $140,001) were produced.    The sheets  of this  printing were placed  at  th.  bottom of the stock, and  have consequently only just  been  issued, although   collectors   have   for   several  months   been  on   the  "qui   vlve"  to  secure this marginal control variety.  It    Is    foreign \ stamps,    however,  whioh   provide  the  most   remarkable  Instances  of  values   being  Increased  on   account   of   differences   of   Impression.    A    writer    mentions    Unit  $2,000 was paid for a foui-pciiuy blue'  of   Western   Australia   (first   Issue),  lhe hif.il price he'ng solely due to tlie  fact   thai  the centre  had   been accidentally Inverted: the ordinary slump  without  thia  error of  impression  is  only worth tWGO.  The "Coniicll" Stump  Then ugain, use:! specimens of whal  is known as Alio ' Count*U ' five cents  brown (1800) of New Brunswick are  worth as much ns s:i7fi. The value  of the stamp lies' In the fuel that II  bears tlie effigy of tire Colonial Postmaster-General if Uhe name of Qon-  nell, wire., ahoul the end of 1859, when  the currency of the colony was  changed from petite to cents, was  ordered by the Government to print  new stamps for the iiltered values  No special Instructions being given  about colour or dos'gn, Coutiell took  the Ill-advised course of embellishing the five-cent stamp with his own  portrait. Of course, rs soon a? the  Government noticed this, they ordered the withdrawal of the stumps, and  Connell, considering himself aggrieved, sent in his resignation. Although  the order was given for the destruction of the Connell stumps, some ol  them escaped, and these are much  prized by collectors. ��� ���  A printer's error led to the flri't  stamps Issued hy the Grand Puchy ol  Baden becoming greatly enhanced in  value. The six krouzer value is-printed in black on irrcen paper and the  nine kreurer In black on rose. Owins;  to an error, some cf the nine kreuper  I. stamps were'printed on green paper.  * There are only tb'-eo cf these believed to be In es'-'lence, end an envelope to which one of tlicso was  affixed was sold for $.r,U0 lo a well-  known collector.  Ten Must Valuable Slumps  The question has often been uslted,  "Which Is the most scarce and  stamp In the world?" Here are the  first ten from a list of the 100 scarcest  stamps in the world, recently published: British Guiana 11866), one cent,  black on magenta; do (18111), two  cents, rose: Hawaii (1851), two cents,  blue; Mauritius 11847), lv. t Office,  two-penny blue; do. (1847), do,, penny  red; Itoutnntiiii (Moldavia, 18li8),  I'lghiy-che para, blue ou blush paper;  British Guiana (18511), four cents,  black tin-blue; Hawaii (1861), thirteen  conts, blue; do. (1S51I, rive cents,  blue; Canada (1851), tw'elve pence,  black.  Although Die famous Mauritius  stamp does not head tile- list, it is the  ���most costly stamp in the world. As  s mailer of fact, the slumps most  prized by collecli i*8 are M'O f'rst Issue  oT Mauritius, a pi ,'iy and twopence,  of 184". It Is dirricull to affix a  definite value to lliese stamps, hut  to-day they are probably worth $7,Goo  to tlil.OOO each, though they are not  the scarcest stumps known. It Is not  many years since Ihey could have  lieen Obtained for J Inn each and by  many persons that price was thought  st tlie time to he ridiculously high.  This will give some Idea of how scarce  stamps Inert use In value.  King Grime's  Purchase  FORTUNl* FROM A SHOVEt  The   Shovel   I'sed   by   Navies   on  Canadian Bead Making uu  Invention of a Labourer  N In England.  The shuple��t labour-saving device  may quite possibly be worth a  fortune. Eighty-nine years ago a  number of men were art work on the  toad-bed of a line ot railway ln course  Otf constructon between Birmingham  and Manchester, England. They were  cutting through a hill and moving the  material by loosening it with picks,  shovelling it Into barrows, and wheeling lit away. Ths shovels tljey were  using were known aa Irish shovels,  with a square-cornered blade about  16 in. long. The work progressed  but slowly, and the sub-contractor ln  charge rebuked his workmen for not  making quicker progress, One of  them replied that If he would grind  off the comers of the shovels it would  be easier to get them Into tlie earth,  'Itud consequently they would be able  to work more quickly.  The contractor  ridiculed  the  Idea,  which  lie considered  a piece of insolence on the part of the workman,  but tlie navvy was quite In earnest  and   not  easily   discouraged.    When  the work Was completed he discussed  the  matter  with  a friend of his at  Sheffield,   who   persuaded   un   Ironmonger he knew to make a dozen or  bo as an experiment.   The tools were  offered   to   a   large   contractor,   who  promised to let some of his men UBe  the new shovels and report results.  Abuut a week afterwurds the cou~  Iraotor returned with the Information  lhat his men were fairly quarrolling  Us to who should use the new tools,  ijOiue arriving to work u quarter of  uu  hour before  time lu order to be  there   first   when   the   tool-box   was  opened.    The navvy's suggestion bud  proved a good one; a patent was secured,   uud   au   agreement   made   between   the  navvy,   the   manufacturer,  and the contractor.    When the navvy  tl.ed he left u fortune of over $3115,000  the  proceeds  from   royalties  on   tlie  manufacture   of   shovels   under   his  patent,  FAMOl'S SMFI'-TAKKKS  The   eighteenth   century   was   the  age of snuff-taking "par excellence."  ihe custom was general among all  classeB of people, it was an act of  politeness for well-bred men to offer  their snuff-boxes to well-bred women. Women themselves carried  their owil boxes, and interchanged  pinches with the gentlemen and In  Canada it was fashionable amongst  the officials.  At fashionable dinner-parties after  the cloth was re noted snuff-boxes  were Passed around. Pope and Uoliug-  broke, Swift and Congreve, Addison  and Steele, all indulged in the pleas-  ii .1. i.r. ���''���'Hnson carried  his snuff ln tlie capacious pockets  of his waistcoat, and would convey  it lo his nose witliout stint. He could  not abide the narrow confines of a  box. Frederick the Great resembled  him In this respect. Both Napoleon  and Wellington were prodigious snuff-  takers, but Washington indulged only  moderately. Jefferson Was fond of  snuff, as his walstto.it and frill often  showed. Henry Clay was another  famous snuff-taker, ant! often needed  tbe stimulus of a pinch when making  a speech,       ,  Proverbs of Tripoli  Some proverbs of lhe Trlpolitan  people which have lately been  published in a Turkish paper show  what a refreshing fountain of wisdom  is about to he stopped up by Italian  aggression.  "You cannot," says one of the  proverbs, "escupe your fate, even ou  a horse."  "Whatever," suys another, "has  maize will soon find one who will  Und him flour."  "If a dog has to he beaten," soys  a third, with a fumlllur though perhaps more elegant ring, "there will  be no luck of slicks."  A fourth proverb jioints out that  "Whoever Is seeking pearls muat go  to the deptlua of the ocean." Vet  another shrewdly remarks thut "Even  tt sooLli-sayer cannot foretell tils own  fate." A very cynical proverb suys  lUu.t "Whoever trusts a woman has  been smitten by God, and God punishes everybody according to his  deserts." * ���  In lhe year Ihul a specimen of lire  twopenny blue Mauritius of 1M47 was  put up for auction. It wus by no  means perfect, for, Ihuuivli It was unused, tlie gum wus wunii.'ig, which is  reckoned u defect byeol lectors.  Nevertheless It wus sold for $7,-50  the actual purchaser being tlie  Prince of Wales now King George.  Perhaps the most complete collection of stamps In the world belonged to Hie late Sir William Avery, of  the Birmingham weigliiiig-iiiactilne  making company. Ills collection was  sold by Us executors for $1112,000.  Compiled throughout a long life, from  the age of eight, It Is considered to  be the largest collection of postage  stamps In the world, next to that  contained In the British Museum.  The money obtained for the Avery  collection, however, Is by no menus  a record. The following are Ihe prices  i recently realized nt the sales of  f notable stamp collections: Ayre collection. $225,000; Mann collct'on.  $150.0C.i; Paul collection, $."p",0l)0;  Thomson collection, $35,000.  kitchener a Stage Manager  An Interesting Incident In the life  of Lord Kitchener was recurdud some  years ago by Mr. Ilennaiin Klein. Ite-  ferlug to the rehearsals of "Human  Nature" ut Drury Luna, lu the days uf  the lute Sir Augustus Harris, Mr.  Klein says: "Actively assisting in arranging an African fight .was a  gentleman In a truck-coat uud tall  hat, of undeuluble military appearance, who Impressed me both lay his  quiet, masterful manlier and the llu-  pertubable patience with which he  directed manoeuvres to be repeated  over ami over again until they ware  satisfactorily executed. After the rehearsal wus concluded I went upon  ths stage. Augitsltis Harris was talking to his military adviser. He beckoned me to approach. 'Klein, I want to  Introduce you to my friend, Major  Kitchener, who bus been kind enough  to come and help me with this  "soldiering" work. What do you thluk  of It? Did you ever see such fighting  and marching on the stage before!"  THE  CHINAMAN  IViial a late Chaplain to Ike Forces  at  Hong-Kong Thinks of tke  Chinese.  Napoleon said that when China was  moved the face of Europe would be  changed. Yet, ae the Chinese are  naturally peaceful, we think that the  follow Peril Is a commercial one.  The peril Is that Chlha will manufacture things cheaper than Europeans can and dismiss us from the  trade of the Far East. How can we,  with our high standard of comfort,  strikes, and unrest generally, compete with the Chinese, combining, as  they do, the active Industry of the  most civilized people with the passive  ' patience of the North American Indian? Far more than we do ths  Chinese believe ln the power of  character and Intellect. With this,  rather than with armies and navies,  they will conquer.  A Chinese Is nearly always a parson  jt resource. A young man woe accused of knocking out bis father's  teeth, and was In danger of being put  to death. A friend visited him and  whispered in his ear, "It's a bad caae."  Suddenly seizing the ear between  Ills teeth, he gave It a severe bite.  "What  do  you   meant" asked  the  ruling man, raising his fist.  "I mean," was the answer, "mat  you are saved; you have only to show  the marks of my teei.lt and say that  they were made by your father, whose  teeth, being shaky, dropped out."-  Ilusluess Before Sentiment.  Two small things Impress foreigners with the skill of the Chinese. One  Is the way they carve Ivory balls,  one within the other, to the number  of seven or eight; and ths other the  Inscription of minute characters Inside agate or crysta snuff-bottles.  A Chinaman -always appears to be  looking round the corners of his eyes  at' vou, and to-have a meaning that  you cannot get at. He gives you the  Impression thut somebody, when be  ' was born, sat on his nose, and that  he has been lamenting the calamity  ever since. Aud yet, though he never  lays aside this expression of resigned  wretchedness, the uverage Chinese is  not at all more miserable than the  average Britisher.  Speaking of Britishers, we may say  that they and Chinamen have much  In common. Both have a great capacity for making and enjoying money.  Both have business aptitude and Integrity, do their work well, and appreciate a good dinner. Equally with  Englishmen, Celestials have common  sense and respect for law, and do not  allow sentiment to Interfere with  business. The Chinese are the British  of the Far East, and the Japanese aire  the Frencti.  Fond of Sport.  The Chinese are not less conservative than the English. They  dread any change that may cause  trouble or disorder, and this Is why  they have put up so long with their  wretched government. "Better be a  dog In peace," they say. "than a man  In anarchy." The "dog In peace" haa  now risen to war; let us hope that  the splendid empire of Chltin will not  remain In anarchy.  Like the British, also, the Chinese  arc font! of sport, though their Idea  of sport Is peculiar. They train qualle,  thrushes, and even fish to fight, and  they bet on these, and on almost  every other event  The Chinese contrivances for the  management and capture of beast,  bird, and fish are as Ingenious as  they are simple. If, for Instance, a  donkey disturbs by braying In the  night, a big none Is lied to his tall,  end this humiliates blm Into silence.  When a Chluuman wishes to catch  wild ducks he mixes an Intoxicating  spirit mude of rice with corn und  leaves Ihe mixture for the birds. They  become Intoxicated, und are taken In  their cups, so to speak. Another way  Is to put a gourd ou his head and  swim gently among the ducks. They  are not frightened, because they only  see the gourd and arc accustomed to  that, und the artful John pulls one  duck after another by the legs into a  bug attached to him. Everyone knows  that John Chtnamnn trains cormorants to catch fish, not for themselves,  hut for him.  After cold wuter, there la nothing  the Chinese so much fear as ridicule  nnd disgrace, or the "loss of face."  A magistrate who was lo be beheaded  a Itcil thai, as n special favour, be  might wear his robes of office In order  to save his face!  The ChlnCae ere great at organizing, The Irude guilds which are  established III every town are quite  as powerful us our trade unions Even  beggars and thieves have guilds.  Bvery morning llie king of the beggars sends u detachment of his sack-  clotli-clttd or nearly unclad subjects  to collect poor-rates In the districts  salsgned to tliem. Owners of property pay so much a year lo "the  honourable guild of thieves" In order  not to be robbed.  Amusements  "Managing Mildred"  ' Managing Mildred " a two  act  musical comedy farce, appears thia  season in a brand new  dress  and  | many   original   costumes.        The  ! piece has been entirely   rewritten,  and every number in  the   brilliant  I little show is new   aiid   composed  especially for Jiianiilu   Rush,   the  clever little con,nil line, ond Chus.  Ptcquet, both of   whom   are   well  known   to   our   loci!   amusement  seekers.     Two new members   are  added lu the < rude, ami a new four  piece   lad its   on Ivestrn,   curefully  culled from (he important   musical  centres, travels with lhe Company.  Another new feature is tlie special-  I.' painted scenery by the   Belgian  a:eric artist Paul Hetidrr.    All   in  all " Managing Mildred " promises  much and will apparently do more  flitin lhat.    1 his company will appear in the Kelownn Opera House  for one night only, Tuesday,   October 8th.  A Romance of the Sea  When the   Titanic  sank   under  the ice-covered Atlantic last spring  one of the  first  cabin  passengers  among the rescued   was a  young  girl, scarcely out ol her teens, and  the curve of her lip still faintly suggesting childhood.    She had saved  her dearest possession, and held it  clasped in both arms  ns   the   lifeboat bumped and swayed amongst  lhe ice.    It was her violin, and  instinctively    her    slender    fingers  sought the sodden strings, as  cold  and dank as her half frozen hands.  Next to her sat a French girl, wide-  eyed and silent. Thus Wilnn Bains,  violinislc, and Marie Trig, pianiste,  met for the first time and their unusual companionship rapidly cemented   into  intimacy  during   lhat  fearful   night   and   following   day  amongst the icebergs.    Marie   whs  on her way (o Montreal to   visit  a  school girl friend, with whom   she  hnd studied in Paris a   few   years  prevrnusly.    She invited Wilna   to  actompany her when the refugeea  reached   Ha'i'ax.     The   Montreal  friend   was   Mae   Thomas,    who  played 'Cello, and hearing of these  cirls   through   his   agent,   Charles  Picquet    secured    them    for    the  nuclens of his orchestra   which   is  part of the   " Managing   Mildred "  company.  Summerland Players Coming  "The Summerland Playera" those  talented amateurs, who made auch  a hit in the " Truth " last spring  will again visit Kelowna on Tuesday, October 15lh. The bill this  time will be (hat clever comedy,  " Cousin Kate."  Geo.   Thomlinson  HARNESS  and Repairs  Get  rrady  for  the  cold   weather by  , purchasing a good  Horse Blanket  New stock jnat in  WATER STREET  N xt to Dreamland  NOTICE  PUBLIC NOTICE ia hereby givan that  tha Canadian Pacific Railway Company  did deposit in tha Land Registry Office ia  the City of K am loop*, Province of Britiah  Columbia, on tha 29th August, 1912, under  No. 1,086. PUn, Profile and Book of Reference, of proposed spur track lo ba constructed by the aaid Company tn the City  of Kelowna, in the Province of British  Columbia, aaid spur track being shown aa  crossing -Haynes Avenue and Blocks 25  and 29 (to the premise* of George Row-  cliffe), and that thirty daya after thia notice or aa aoon thereafter aa the application  can be heard, the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company intende to apply to tbe Board of  Railway Commiaaionera for Canada for  authority to construct and epeiaie llie  aforesaid spur.  Dated at Vancouver 9tb September,  1912.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company,  E. W. BATEMAN,  Loral Right of Way and Lease Agent,  43-46 Vancouver, B.C  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  . PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and-Pressing  promptly attended to.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER mi CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates Famished  Residence.    10   Lawrence Ave.  RHONEM  Kelowna Billiard Hall  and Smokers' Store  When vou have a bad cold you want  the beat medicine obtainable ao aa to cure  it with aa little delay ai poaaible.    Here ia  druggist** opinion : " I have aold Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy for fifteen year*,"  says ��noa Lollar, of Saratoga. Ind., " and  consider it the beat on the market." For  sale by all dealer*.  J. B. WHITEHEAD   -   Proprietor  BILLIARDS  at  25c. per 100 points  (Three Table*)  y  We have reduced the cost of billiard* to  the above unique price in order to encourage  and popularize this, the  " King   of   Indoor  Games."  M'lmUl Kind Tlir-m |v����:l  A fanner was Hit? other 11.iv p.iM  for llio first time In his life by cheque  "What's tills?" ho s.ilii. .  "Why, brass for the beata," sa: I  the cattle-denier.  The fnrmt'r stared, an,I Inul lo lis  assured thai If Jie look It to Ihe liuuk  ttinv would give Ului told for it.  Changing  Habits  In  Britain.  One who servod as manager of a  leading hotel In London for twenty-  ' ftve years, tells In a recent publication of the changing habits of British  business men. lie sAys when ho first  assumed the management of tho hotel  ln question, business men made It a  practice to go to" their offices by  eight or nine In the morning, and  thought noth'ng of staying until  until seven. At that time, however,  they spent two hours over luncheon  In mid-day. Now the usual practice  Is to start the day at half-past ton  and quit al half-pnst five, bul lo take  a hurried lunch In mld-dny. nn i to  keep under high pressure from the  lime they start until the time they  actually quit;  sin�� BATTLE SH.t.HS  Tlie military manoeuvres wore lu  a muddle. The "Purples" were supposed to be Invading Ihe territory of  the "Greene," but why they were or  what they were Ihey didn't exactly  Know.  A large detachment of the 'Purples'  began to cross the river by a wooden  bridge to attack a small detachment  of 'Greens.'  "Ml" roared the 'Green*,' "HI!  Ton mustn't cross here! Can't you  see the notdosT This bridge Is supposed lo be destroyed."  "H'ml Is It?" responded the captain 04* the 'Purples.' grimly. "Well,  men, we're supposed to be swimming  across."  Write for the "Concrete Book"  \2  f.tsy  5&SM  ,, -.,........, ui.vinca mua>   ... -..i,i.|(ufNi i aiuornia bungalow., can be permitted.  cold, to Lecp warm inside when it's thirty below out-doora.  .��� ���    ii !���!������     i.u     gingrrnrrao mil.,  Canadian hone, .hould be built to defv wind and  Co��lty Panama  Rata  Hvan in modern times there have  been men's hats which cost far more  ti,?, "J5"*1"*" *orn by the ladles,  inat, for Instance, presented to  Sfi'tt.S**1* *"���� he was in Mexico  ��*t fisou, and Justly claims to be  tne rineet sombrero ever made. The  admirers of Mr. Steward, a menthol  ��.ia, Im'I1?' h"oin'" Oablnot, mo.  Pa'OJlOtoi.r the Panama witfcaU.h  U>n presented aim.  TT i   K r1 "-"wis.  1 < '^auLa"i'H,N,c-hunderr' i,fCr'ii'ltb"' with"��'"l��.'��'����x. water snd cold, that It i. fan becoming popular with  ��m.m,r. A Cone��� L"oV,tZ'tcTrl'^m^h l*Tl "V^f leM. CO,1> >sS ��� ��*�� �� tMnt  ���imeand vx,K,,ure .Tthe demen'I ���"* ' b*C1U"' ""^ "'d"***. * actually grow, .trooper with  CMHtttMa. I ..a      ,    . . *  ClNCE it n��rv��r require*   ���pain, th�� fir  '-, <o*t of a connrie rttidano la >U la*.  ro*t; and It ia cheaper,  for thia r*M^n,  than any other kind of noma.  MOT only i* Concrete the beat nwianal  1 ~ for houae-buildittff.     Il may atao be  lurroundingi, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^  uead ia ���oat��� af other way* around the farm, write pow for ear free booh, wh  home end on the fern. For each of telle all about the mixing end plecmr  theee parpaaai k fe the Waal material Concrete, and detcribee hund.ada of pn  known. tical ueea for it. jual *ay " Send mr >  book " in ��� letter or on a port ta d.  IF yon haven't in.��������*<�� J the mo ol me book will be wot yon aboola                                                             i�� Coactota aioand the home and en thn         fraa.  NMciFfc^, CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED "Aftltt*  When buying Cem*vttt he sure t��  gft "Canrnftt Crmtnt." S<e that ivcry  b.rg art J barret bears thi* Lib, I. Thtn  yvu will be j��r# 0/satisfaction.  W* have   m   free fn/^rmmtisrn  Dcpmrimtnt  that  will   attt+er  mil  yur qutitions   relating to  Cemcn  without cut or obligation. The Orchard City Record  Thursday, October 3  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED.  FOR SHLE-SPLEND1D  TEN - ACRE BLOCK  FRONTING ON  Pendozi and Richter Streets  Thisbloch cannot be.excelled forsub-dioision purposes  In a sub-dioision of this block eoery lot toould be a  FIRST-CMSS BUILDING SITE  No grading or tilling required. No sloughs.  City mater aoailable oia Pendozi Street  The Companies terms are reasonable and inuestors  in real estate toil] find it worth their while to call at  our office and mahc inquiry into this offer.  CALL OK WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Keller Block - KelotDna, B.C.  cf ?"rT-  We have just opened our Fall stock of  Heating Stoves ,  and  Ranges  It will pay you  to aee this large assortment before purchasing  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard - $17.50 per ton  Nicola Coal (Lump) - $10.00 per ton  Wellington     -     -     -   $13.00 per ton  W.  HAUG    -    KELOWNA, B.C.    -    TJ��h"  J uat About Now is the Right Time  to call in and renew your subscription to the " Record.'  Town and Country  Mrs. J. B. Knowles left by Salurday morning's boat for Vancouver.  Ernest Wilkinson was a visitor  by Tuesday's boat to Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Harvey led  Tuesday for a trip east.  Mrs. Capt. Knight left on a visit  to Vancouver Saturday morning,  T. Duggan returned Saturday  last from a trip into lhe Peace  River country.  Mrs. Muy, who has been visiliug  lhe MacLeay's in Glenmore, lell  Tuesday for Edmonton.  lhe Mission Band of lhe Bap-  list church are holding their annual  concert Friday next at 7.30 p.m.  The Rev. Thos. Greene left  Monday morning for Vancouver  to attend a meeting of the Board  of Governors of St. Mark's Hall.  Mr. E. Weddell and family have  moved this week into the Mawhin-  ney house on Bernard avenue  which they have rented.  The annual meeting of lhe Ladles' Hospital Aid will be held on  Saturday next, al 3 p.m. in lhe  Opera house. A good attendance  is desired.  The study club will meet al the  home of Mrs. Robison on Thursday evening, October 1 Oth, at 8  o'clock. All members are requested lo be present.  1 he council is desirous that all  sloiekeepeis along lhe main stieel  should decorate as mui'h as possible foi Saturday, so as lo give a  patriotic reception to the Gjvernor-  General and his parly.  Harvest festival services were  I held Sunday last al Si. Michael's  church, the church' being preltilv  decorated for the occasion. Appropriate music was rendered by  lhe choir. In the morning a collection a,, ounting lo $50.65 was  taken on behalf of lhe hospital.  A number of Kelowna people  are taking advantage this week of  the cheap excursion rates to the  coast. Lasl Saturday saw quite an  exodus, most of the travellers being  bound for New Westminster Fair.  Following are acknowledgments  by lhe hospital secretary of subscriptions for September: Kelowna Club contribution box, $7.60;  Robert Gray. Ok. Mission, $5;  W.D.Walker, Ok. Mission, $10:  proceeds Ellison district dance, per  M. Hereron, $25.  A public meeting is being held  lo-night (Thursday) at 8 o'clock, in  Raymer's small hall, on " Woman  Suffrage," the principal speaker  being Miss Dorothy Davis, organizing secretary of the B.C. Political  Equality League. Questions and  discussion are invited. Seats are  free, but a collection is to be taken  to pay expenses.  Leckie's hardware store presents  an fntirely new appearance this  week, the old front having been  removed and modern windows  put in ils place. The construction  of plate glass and copper, with an  entire absence of view-obstructing  woodwork, is in accordance wilh  lhe very latest ideas, and certainly  presents a handsome and imposing  appearance.  A preparatory school for boys is  being commenced by Mr. A. H.  Scriven, B.A., a recent arrival from  North Vancouver, where he has  conducted a similar institution for  the past four years. Il is Mr.  Scriven's intention lo build suitable  premises as soon as possible, but  in lhe meantime he has rented the  cement block house near Mr. F. A.  Taylor's. In the conducting of lhe  school Mr. Scriven will have lhe  assistance of a competent master.  Contributions of fruit, vegetables  poultry, butter, eggs, etc., would be  gladly welcomed by the Hospital  Sociely and may be left at the  Hospital. 42-9  J. W. Copeland. of Dayton, Ohio, purchased a Lottie of Chamberlain1. Cough  Remedy for hia boy who had a cold, and  before the bottle waa nil uaed the bov'a  cold was gone. Ia that not better than to  pay a five dollar doctor'a bill } For aale by  all dealers.  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, a B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B. C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Crowley Block  P.O. Uox, 509  Kelowna  C, Harvey, B.A.. Sc, C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,    B.C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD   BOYD  F.al.ibitioner Koy.l ColUgr   of   Muaic,  and lately  ,ill, K.ndi  iric  Cai  Roy.l  ,i:k I'yi  ur. Mub. Doc., Organiat of the  ithadral, MancKealer, Knit .  RECEIVES   PUPILS      '  At thr Studio,  Tiench  Bl.irk, Kelowna.  Muaic   of   evaty   deacripaioi,   aupplied.  P.O   o. 437.  Chesterfield Preparatory  School for Boijs  Kelowna, B.C.  Under the direction of Two Experienced  Master..   For particulars apply to  A. H. SCRIVEN, B.A.    ���    Principal  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX  137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  V. 0. II.,v- IttS 'Phone B0  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue. ,  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  Reeaivea Pupila .1 hia Studio ii, tha MORRISON  BLOCK lor Uaaona in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  ) yeiiV previous experience    Will piny fur dances  Addretl Box 257, Kelowna, B.C.  COLLET? BROS.  LIVERY AND DRAY  Morses bought and sold on commission. Dray meets all C.P.R.  boats. All kinds of heavy team  work. 'Phone 20.  JOHN.CURTS  CONTRACTOR t. BUILDER  Plans and Spcxiliculions Prepared  and estimates given for public Buildings, I own and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  VI. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENCINEEA  AaaoL Mam. Can. Soc. C. E       Gr.du.1. Toronto  University  W.t.iwoik. ��n,l S-.wat.te SyM.nia, Pumr.ina and  I i.liti... P1.nl., Cencr.l. Con*  .miction, ale.  KELOWNA. n B.C.  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gi-ndiialr MrC.ill Unlvtlllty)  Residence I   LAWRENCE  AVE.  Metaagea  may  be   left  at  the  office   of  Mettm. Kattenbury & William)  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Residence 'Phone : No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  Well equipped with  Steam  and  Gasoline  Boats,  and also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Catered for  To All Parte of the Lake  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  >r^��/^��'^^"\>'%l*^>'^���*vN/N���'^a*^^���^���*\���^����^^"^���^���^^  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile  of  town,  and   being  ..���.       about loo feet above the lake, it command t a beautiful view of the town, lake and aurrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market  There it only one GLENMORE. Don't miia the opportunity of selecting a few acrea of thia deairabla  property.  If you with a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and wa will  ���how you our tub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Juat four blockt from the centre of the town.     Pricea low.    Terma away,  monthly paymenta if ao deaired.  Fire Insurance  We repreaent only the beat board companies  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  aXf^^TC'Vr    Everyone wants to  make it.    Here are a few bargains  1V1V/1 lL-a I that cannot be equalled���sure money-makere.  1,045 acres, 14 miles from Penticton.  600 acrea of it easy to cultivate. Rrst-cla.. hay or fruit land. Free  water. Price $25 per acre.  1,000 acres, 1,0 miles from Kelowna.  500 acrea under cultivation. Firat-claaa land now growing fruit and  hay. Tim properly would easily produce 1,000 tona of hay per  year.   About 400 tona on it thia year. Price $70 per acre.  12 acres, 5 miles from Kelowna.  All in fruit, willi good House and Outbuildings. Will be sold aa a  going concern, including crop thia year. Price $9,500.  32 acres, half-mile from City Limits.  Five acrea bearing orchard, balance in meadow. Good House and  Outbuildings. All for $18,000.  32 acres, 3 miles from City.  First-class  meadow   or  vegetable  lands.     Good   buildings.  Price $20,000.  Lots on Ellis Street, 50 feet by 140 ft, $1,000.  10 acres in City Limits.  Price $1,000 per acre.  192 acres on Lake, 5 miles from Kelowna.  Three-quarters of a mile lake front. Houae on property. Price $3,000,  ELLIOTTfiTcOPELAND .  'Phone 25  Real Eatale and Inaurance Brokers  KELOWNA, B.C.  OK LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to  supply all your lumber   needs  We have now a large stock of  local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of   high-grade quality   and   in  splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES Thursday, October 3  The Orchard Gity Record  LOOK  J{ you are in need of Heavy or Liglit  HARNESS  come and see our stock.   We carry tlie best linein  Team Harness also Light Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and gents').    All kinds of  Whips, Bits, Bridles, Robes, Fly Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices,  Come and  see  our  stock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now is the time to give your order.  f\6p��3.inng is our special feature  Buggies,  Wagons,  Democrats,  &c.  To suit all purchasers  Feed  Hay,  Oats,  Bran,  Wheat,    -s  Barley &  Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealera in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street fit Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone 150  ^^  ,'iil  ^5*  n*M. *%omelove\:~  now fa the time tofetthe houte  \eadu lo\ 4aU and winter. we  have ou\ new ttee ��M oj Seau-  MaC tUnp that wUC make tf>u\  home bmUe. you t<m a Seautijid  home\ don't fou^ 60 W-tfy not d>fiend_  tome ol tiOiA ahhCe and tomato  moneu to make yoiAhomehapj^f  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Hornet Happy."  Corporation  of  the  City of Kelowna  BY-LAW NO. 117  Phon." 194 P-,0 Boxl 2  Office Crowley Block  E ENGLAND  BUILDER  j Decorating A General Houae Repairs  | General House Repairs will be  I speedily attended to and abso-  |     lute satisfaction guaranteed,  j Call at office if in town, 'phone or  J write if at home.  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  ^r***S**^^^^'*^af,<'*^��*  Canada Holds Key to Naval  Situation  A By -law to widen Pendozi Street in the  City of Kelowna between the South V/cat  corner of Lot Twenty-Four (24) according  to a map or plan of subdivision now on  record in ths Land Registry Office at Kamloops, British Columbia aa plan one hundred and eighty .-six (186) and a point on the  West boundary of Lot Two (2) in Block  Three (3) according to Mid plan one hundred ana eighty-six (106) which point is  north fifteen and two-tenths feet (15.2) from  the South West angle of said lot twu.  WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to  widen out the said street known ai Pendozi  Street in the City of Kelowna to the point  hereinbefore mentioned.  BE I r THEREFORE ENACTED by the  Mayor and Council of the Corporation of  the City of Kelowna in open meeting assembled as follows :������  1. That Pendozi Street, in the City of  Kelowna, be widened out by adding thereto those portions or parcels of land described as follows ;���  ALL AND SINGULAR those certain  parcels or tracts of land and premises  situate lying and being in the City of Kel  owns, in the Province of British Columbia  and more particularly described as followi;  a, The West 10 feet of Block 16, 22and  24 of Registered plan 166.  b, The West 10 feet of Lota I and 10 of  Registered plan 605.  C. The West 10 fret of Lots I to 13, (inclusive) of Registered Plan 413.  d. The West JO feet of Lots I. 9 and  10 of Block 10 of Registered Plan 315.  e. The West 10 feet of Lots I, 2 and 3  of Registered Plan aevenhundreJ end  ten. (710)  /. Those parts of lots 7 to 12 (inclusive)  of registered plan 497, which are contained by the following boundaries:-'  Commencing at the South West cor  ner cf said Lot seven (7) running  thence North 7'02' West, (all beatings  being astronomical),* long the westerly  limits of the said lots seven to twelve  (7 to 12) (inclusive), a distance of  283.5 feet, more ur leas to the north  west corner of said Lot Twelve; thence  due east along the north boundary of  said Lot twelve a distance of 10.1 feet;  thence S. 7 02' East a distance of 283.5  feet, more or less to the south boundary of said lot seven ; thence due  West along the said south boundary  a distance of 10.1 feet more or less  to the point of commencemen'  g. Those parts of Lots I and 2, b.ock 7,  Registered plan 315, which are contained by the following boundaries  commencing at the South West corner  of Lot 2 of the said Block 7 and running thence North 7'0-i1 West along  the westerly limits of said lots I and  2 a distance of 3! 6.6 feet, more or less  to the North West corner of said lot  I ; thence due east along the north  boundary of said lot I, a distance of  10.1 feet; thence south 702* East a  distance of 316.6 feet, more or less, to  the south boundary or said Lot 2;  thence due west along the said south  boundary a distance of 10.1 feet, more  or less, to the point of commencement.  h. That part of Lot I, Block 19, Regis-  tered Plan 830, having the following  boundaries commencing at the South  West corner of the said Lot I ar.��� aUn-  ning thence North 4108' Wet along  the westerly limit of the s'-id lot a  distance of 52.8 feet, more or less, to  thi northerly limit of the said lot I  thence north 46'50' East .along the laid  northerly limit of tot I a distance of  10 feet; thence south 41.08' East a  distance of 61.5 feet, more or leas, to  the South boundary of said lot I  thence due west along the said South  boundary a distance of 13.3 feet, more  or leas, lo the point of commencement.  i. Those parts of lots I to 7 (inclusive)  of Block 20, Registered Plan 630,  which are contained by the fo{lowing  boundaries, commencing at the southern most corner of the said lot 7 and  running thence North 41*06' West  along the south-westerly limits of the  said lots I to 7 (inclusive) a distance  of 462' more or less, to the Western  moat corner of the said lot I; thence  North 48 50' Eaatalongthe north-weal  erly limit of the aaid lot I, a distance  of 10 feet; thence south 41 08' East n  distance of 462 feet, more or leas, lo  the south-easterly limit of Lot 7 of the  said Block 20; thence South 48 )0'  West along the said South Easterly  limit of Lot 7 a distance af 10 feet,  more or less to the point of commencement.  j. That part of Lots 1 and 2, Block 21,  of Registered Plan 830, having the following boundaries; commencing at the  southern most corner of the said lot 2  and running thence North 41.06' West  along the south-westerly limits of the  ���aid lots I and 2, a distance of 246  feet, more or less, to the most west  erly corner of the said lot I, Block 21  thence North 46.50' East along the  North-Wesiei ly limit of the said lot I  a distance of 10 feel; thence South  41 '08' East a distance of 256 fret, more  or less, to the South easterly limit of  the said Lot 2 ; thence South 4850'  West along the said South-easterly  limit of lot 2, a distance of 10 feet,  more or less, to the point of com*  mencement.  k. That part of Lot 2, of Bloc* 3, Registered plan 166, having the following  boundaries ; commencing at the southern most corner of the said lot 2, and  running thence North 41.08* West  along the south-westerly limit of the  said lot a distance of 320 feet, more or  leas to its south west angle ; thence  due north along the west boundary  of the said lot 2 a distance of 15.2 feet;  thence South 41.06' East a distance of  331.4 feet, more or less, to the south  easterly limit of the said lot 2, Block  3; thence South 48 50' West along the  south-easterly limit of the said l��t 2 a  distance of 10 feet, more or less, to the  point of commencement.  2. That the City of Kelowna be and  are hereby authorized and empowered to  enter upon, expropriate, break up, take or  use the lands described in paragraph one  hereof for the aaid purposes without the  consent of the owner thereof, but subject  to the restrictions contained in part 15 of  the Municipal Act.  Read a firat time by the Municipal Coun  cil this 16th day of September, 1912.  Read a second time by the Municipal  Council thie 23rd day of September, 1912.  Read a third time by the Municipal Council this 23rd day of September 1912.  Reconsidered, adopted and finally passed  It has just been discovered thai  Canada possesses the Key to the  European naval problem. Wh?n-  Schneider in 1869 introduced tlie  use of nickel into the manufnctuie  of steel armour plate, he little realized that he wns placing in Canada's hands a great means f'>r  maintaining the pence of the world,  Baitlesh pa without nickel steel  armour would be utterly helpless  before mod *rn 31ms. If nickel were  no longer obtainable, armour construction would go b<.ck a quarter  of a century.  Canada to-day produces about  90 per cent, of the world's supply  of nickel. Practically all of the  remainder comes from Nei* Caledonia, nn island in the south-western Pacific controlled by France,  In 1910, the value of nickel ore  and matte exported from Canada  to the United States was approx  imalely $3,450,000. As lhe only  refineries in America nre in the  Uuited Stales, nearly six-sevVnths of  the Canadian nickel was refined to  the south of the border. The refitting process raised lhe v.iltie of this  Canadian ore to nearly $12,000.-  000. The major portion of litis  refined nickel is used in the manufacture of nickel steel.  Consequently, if Canada were t"  prohibit lhe export of nickel, tin  nickel steel industries of Europe  would fall into decay, and high-  grade armour plate for battleship"  would be an impossibility.  Naturally such a course would  be a bit hard on Canadian nickel  producers, but then see what it  would do to the world's expenditure on navies.  In these times of wars and rumors  of wars it is assuring to know that  Canada possesses such a potent  weapon making for world peace.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK !  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m.  Leavei Westbank 9.30'a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service, on  Wednesdays 8? Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna II a.m.  Leavei Westbank 11.30 a.m. .  BEAR CREEK SERVICE,  FRIDAYS  Leaves Kelowna 10 n.m., 4.30 p.m.  Leave. Bear Creek 10.30 a.m., 5 p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  An ad. in the "Record"  ia the hall-mark of a progressive  busineis.     Insist   upon  people  knowing you're  there  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  " Portrait  ���  Photographer ��� - ���  Large.l-Sludio. in the. Interior  Portraits by appointment  Pendo7,i Street,   -   Kelowna  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAK EN NOW FOR  ��� '   Cut Flower*  ���;   Carnations  ?        Chrysahthemgrns  Violets  H, LYSONS"  Kelowna.  Greenhouse.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows, ���  Mouldings,  Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  Sir Richard McBride is lo open  the apple show at Vernon on the  23rd.  The C.N.R. have secured an extension of a month tin options on  properties near Armstrong.  A young Swiss named Frank  Holm met his death 1st week  near Summerland in the first fatal  accident on railway construction in  the distiict. He had crawled into  a coyote hole to load it preparatory  to blasting. The earth caved in  burying him to the waist, and he  was smothered Before he could'be  extricated.  The Province of Ontario has six  forest reserves havirg a total area  of I 7,930 square miles. In addition to these, there are two provincial parks, the combined area of  which is 2,075 square miles.  James Cossar, who owned a  ranch just north of Summerland  was drowned in the lake last week.  He had been camping near the  Landing and had paid a visit there  Salurday evening. His boat was  found adrift later wilh only his dog  in it, and it is supposed lhat the  man had fallen overboard. The  body has not been found.  If you have young children you have  perhaps noticed that diaorder. nt the  atnmnch are their nut.t common ailment.  To correct thia yon will find Chalnherlain'.  Stomach and Liver Tablets excellent. They  are eaay and pleasant to take, and mild  and neiillc in 'effect. For sale by all  dealera.  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPI I'AL AUTHORIZED   .   $75,000 i.    ..  MONEY TO  LOAN  On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE.   LIFE.  AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE  Our Fall Stock  of Jewelry has at rived and  we can show you the must  "classy" line of Lockets  ever shown in Kelowna.  We are more than sure of  lhe quality and the price ia  just a little lower than any  you ever looked at before.  These are one of the  many lines which we just  opened up. Look over our  stock any day now and you  will say there is going lo be  " something doing."  Watchmaker.  St Jewellm,  Crowley Block ��� Box 316 - Bernard Ave.  W.M. PARKER ftCG./X-t,,,,  All repairs absolutely guaranteed  by the Municipal Council of  the  City of  Kelowna this 30th day of September 1912.  C. H. UUNN,  Clerk.  J. W. JONES,  Mayor  1 hereby certify the above to be   a  true  ropy of By-Law No.   117   passed   by   the  Municipal Council of the City of Kelowna  on the 30th day of September 1912.  G. H.DUNN.  Clerk of the City of Kelowna  Call in and see our splendid new displayof  CHINA  CROCKERY &  GLASSWARE  Select your purchases from a large assortment of the choicest modern designs  Lamp Shades,  Electric Table Lamps,  & Electric Light Fittings  We have an exceptionally fine range of these goods  Marine and Stationary Engines,  Bicycles and Repairs, Launch Fittings  GEO. F. JAMES  PENDOZI STREET  P. O. Box 90  KELOWNA, B.C.  Telephone 54  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (Bctwe.n Preabylerian & new Unftliah churchea)  Perennials (in variety)  Cut Flowars  On aale alao .1 Mr. Knowlea' Jewelry Store  Pot Plants  Ferns,   Begonias,  Colens,   Lantanas,  Cyclamen, &c.    -    15-25 cents.  Orders taken for bulbs for fall flowering  PALMER &R0GERS0N-Box 117  Telephone   -. J$8  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  We Guarantee  The " Record" will record a record in your business  records if you will try it.   How?    Why just advertise1. The Orchard City llecord  Thursday, October 3  Corporation of   the  City of Kelowna  BY-LAW NO 118  The City of Kelowna Pendozi  Street Widening Local Improvement By-Law 1912.  .Being a by-law to assess, levy and collect the cast of widening Pendozi street in  the Gty of Kelowna bom the South west  corner of Lot Twenty-four (24) according  to a map px plan of subdivision now on  record in tbe Land Registry office at Kam-  loops, Britiah Columbia, as plan One hundred and eighty-six (186), to a point on the  Weat boundary of Lot Two (2) in Block  Throe (3) according to said registered plan  ont hundred and nighty-six (166), which  point ia situated fifteen and two-tenths  (15.2) feet due north of the South West  angle of said lot two, aa a work of local  improvement under By-law 39 of the City  of Kelowna, and to raise by debenture loan  tke necessary monies to provide for auch  extension.  WHEREAS the Municipal Council of  the City of Kelowna, pursuant to the Local  Improvement General By-Law number 39,  determined to carry out certain works of  improvement, viz., the widening of Pendozi Street from the said South west corner of Lot Twenty-four according to registered plan 186, to a point on the west boundary of Lot two, Block three, according to  aaid registered plan IBS,  AND WHEREAS, the Chairman of the  Board of Works and the Assessor of the  City of Kelowna, did on the 23rd day of  September, 1912 make joint reports ascertaining, thawing and determining the proportion in which the assessment for the  coat of the said works or improvements  should ba made on the real property benefitted and ascertaining, shewing and determining what real property and portiona  of real property is and are immediately  benefitted by the said worka or improvements and the proportion in which the  assessment ahould he made.  AND WHEREAS the probable rest of  the said worka or improvements as shown  by the reports was estimated to be Seven  thousand dollars. ($7,ooo)  AND WHEREAS the said reports have  been adopted by the Council of the City of  Kelowna. -v  AND WHEREAS, the Council has decided to distribute the payment of the cost  of said works proposed to be assessed hereunder, over a period of twenty (20) yearn,  and to borrow the monies necessary to defray such cost, upon the special rates Icyied  hereunder upon (he lands and improvements benefitted, and upon the guarantee  of the Corporation at large.  AND WHEREAS the total frontage of  real property and portions of real property  immediately benefit led by the said work  of improvement is Ten thousand six hundred and forty and seven fiftieths (10,64'>. 14)  feet and the cost chargeable lo the property  is as aforesaid seven thousand dollars.  ($7,ooo,oo.)  AND WHEREAS the Corporation of  the Cily of Kelowna dejires to pass a bylaw Jpr the purpose aforesaid, therefore  theWlunicipal Council of the City of Kelowna,. in open meeting assembled enact as  follows :--  I That the real property immediately  benefitted by the said work of local improvement shall be that which is particularly mentioned in the said reports, and  which is set forth and described in tho  schedule following :���  1913, the  amount   set   opposite 'the   real  U  OWNER  i  J  1  J  J  9  i  E  0  la.  |  ft  Si  M  ST  11  E  u.  It  <  iJ  ft��  j  1  ���1  X  C  0  U,  J  5  J]  11  AS  Knight, Mr*. M. C.  2  3  186  271.5  $.658  $178 64  $.055  $1493  McGee, Wm. J.  2  3  186  50.0  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Hall, R. S.  2  3  186  40.0  .658  26 32  .055  2 20  Elliott, S. T.  1  21  830  180.0  .658  118 44  .055  9 90  Elliott. S. T.  I  21  830  ���     66  .658  43 43  .055  3 63  Ellioit. S. T.  1  20  830  66  .658  43 43  .055  3 63  Elliott, S. T.  2  20  830  66  .658  43 43  .055  3 63  Elliott, S. T.  3  20  830  66  .658  43 43  .055  3 63  Elliott. S. T.  4  20  830  66  .658  43 43  .055  3 63  Elliott. S T.  5  20  830  66  .658  43 43  .055  3 63  Elliott. S. T.  6  20  830  66  .658  43 43  .055  3 63  Elliott, S. T.  7  20  830  66  .658  43 43  .055  3 63  Elliott. S. T.  1  19  830  52.8  .658  34 74  .055  2 90  Pitcairn. W. A.  1  7  315  158.3  .658  104 16  .055  8 70  Pitcairn, W. A.  2  7  315  158.3  .658  10416  .055  8 70  Anderson, C. J. B.  12  497  66.5  .658  43 75  .055  361  Davy. A. R.  II  497  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Milligan, J. VV.  IU  497  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Bouvelte, W. F.  9  497  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Milligan. J. W.  8  497  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Milligan, J. W.  7  497  17  .658  II 18  .055  93  Wilson, Mrs. Jennie  1  1006  61.98  .658  40 78  .055  93  Wilson, Mrs. Jennie  2  1006  61.98  .658  40 78-  .055  341  Forrest, Thomas  1  710  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Forrest, Thomas  2  7!0  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Forrest, Thomas  3  710  56.75  .658  37 34  .055  3 12  Rowcliffe, John, Jr. ��c Sr. 9  10  315  156 75  .658  103 14  .055  8 62  Collett. H.  10  10  315  78 37  .658  5156  .055  431  Collett, H.  10  10  315  78 37  .658  51 56  .055  431  Whelan, George  1  413  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Whelan, George  2  413  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Whelan, George  3  413  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Wlielan. George  4  413.  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Whelan, George  5  413  30  .656  32 90  .055  2 75  Whelan, George  6  413  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Whalan, George  7  413  50  .658  32 90  .055v  2 75  Wlielan, George  Azeme, laidora  8  413  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  9  413  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Azeme, leidore  10  413  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  Mallei. Ad.Iard  II  413  50  .658  32 90  .055  2 75  DuMoulin, Philip  12  413  50  .657  32 90  .055  2 75  DuMoulin, Philip  13  413  45.5  .658  -      29 93  .055  2 50  1 lawiee, J.a. B.  16  186  660  .656  434 28  .055  36 30  Birch, Emily  1  605  297  .658  195 43  .055  16 34  Kelowna Land At Orchard Cc  .  20  t,fL. 10 605  61  .658  40 14  .055  3 35  Kelowna Land At Orchard Co  21 oil..  0 605  61  .658  40 14  .055  3 35  Kelowna Land At Orchard Co  22.  ft.  10 (05  61  ,638  40 14  .055  3 35  Kelowna Land Ai Orchard Co  23 o  IL. 10 605  61  .658  40 14  .055  3 35  Kelowna Land 6t Orchard Co  22  186  660  .658  4)4 28  .055  36 30  Kelowna Land tV Orchard Co  24  !86  660  .658  434 28  .055  36 30  EIH0H.S.T.  6  5  348  IIS  .658  7S67  .055  6 32  Bank of Montreal  7  5  348  110  .658  72 38  .055  6 05  t.'evy, A. R.  8  5  348  110  .658  72 38  .055  6 05  Martinson, Mra. 1. M.  ��  5  348  110  .658  72 38  .055  6 05  DeHart, F. R. E.  10  5  348  110  .658  72 38  .055  ft 05  Junes. Mra. R.  II  5  348  no  .658  72 38  .055  6 05  Campbell, Roderick  12  J  348  110  .658  72 38  .055  6 05  Stirling. T. W.  13  5  348  110  .658  72 38  .055  6 05  Gorrie, M. G.  14  5  348  296.6  MS  195 16  .055  16 31  Manila. W. J.  1)  6  431  42.5  .658  27 96  .055  2 34  Manila. W. I.  14  6  43.1  74.7  .655  49 IS  .055  4 II  Hopkins. W. F.  IS  6  431  74.7  .658  49 IS  .055  411  .Sl.eph.rd. Dr. J. W. N.  IA  6  431  74.7  ,6)|  49 IS  .055  4 II  Hanson. W. R.  1  ���  148  7S.S  AM  49 55  .055  4 14  Marty, Justin  2  8  348  74.7  ,658  49 IS  .055  411  Stirling. T. W.  1  1063  1497  658  98 30  .055  8 22  Stirling, Mrs. M.  12  737  297  .658  195 43  .055  16 33  Stirling, T. W.  13  737  297  .658  195 43  .055  16 33  HewettwncVMantle.Agents for  1  535  65.86  .658  43 33  .055  3 62  Pendori Street Syndicate  2  535  65.86  .658  43 33  .055  3 62  Dot.ami, Jamea  3  535  6S.88  .658  43 33  .055  3 62  I'atter.on. Mi    R.  4  535  65.86  .658  .     43 33  .055  3 62  Kelow na Land At Orchard Co.  Part 14  18,.  40  .658  26 32  .055  220  Willi!.. P. B. At Boyce, M. K.  5  18ft  SJI65  .658  IOB57  .055  9 07  Willi). P. B. At Boyce, M. E.  5  18ft  NJI65  .658  108 57  .055  9 07  Monckton, M. J.  7  186  330  .658  217 14  .055  1615  Kelowna Land At Orchard Co  8  186  330  .658 '  217 14  .055  18 15  Kelowna Land At Orchard Co  20  186  400  .658  263 20  .055  22 00  Duller. C. A. V.  55  483  NO  .658  65 80  .055  5 50  I.awson, Ltd.. T.  1  483  K��  .658  65 80  .055  550  llen.on, W. G.  29  483  no  .658  65 80  .055  5 50  Iloyce. Dr. B. F.  30  483  100  .656  65 80  .055  5 SO  Wardlaw.  54  483  100  .658  65 80  .055  5 50  Ok. Lumbar Co.  5ft  483  382  .658  251 36  ���055  21 01  Doyce, Dr. B. F.  75  482  100  .658  65 80  .055  5 SO  Iloyce. Dr. B. F.  94  483  140  .658  92 12  .035  7 70  ���   I / I J,   aa.v.    ���....��� ���...     ���--     -fri-r"u     ...ii     icor  property"mentioned in the sixth (6)c<<l<irtin  j of  the schedule in section One (I) cf this  by-law contained.  11 That the Corporation of the City < (  Kelownn do guarantee the monies n^A  jnteitst thereon to Le raiiied un. er the  anti-only of this by-law, find the vai  persons assesitcd hereunder, and aqf as in  no way to interfere with or pr.judice th  assessment and special rate heieby imposed ni the charge hereby errntrdbn tli  lands and portion! of land, will out r,| the  current year's revenue fmy to miy perm  or corporation from whom they may 'borrow money, upon the sccuriiv of tin  debentures hereby authoriz -i), or to the  several respective holders of t'.e mid d<  lien-lures the several renpeiiive annual  payments as they may from time to tin e  fait due.  12 This by-law shall take effect and  come into force on the First day nf De-  cember, 1912, *>���<> mnv be cited as "Tin  City of Kelowna Pendozi .Street Widening  Loral Improvement By-Law, 1912."  Read a fust time by the Municipal  Council this 16th day of September,  1912.  Read ft second time hv the Municipal  Council this 23rd day of .September. 1912,  Rend n third time bv the Municipal  Council this 23rd day of September, 1912.  Reconsidered, adopted and finnlly passed  by tbe Municipal Council of the Citv of  Kelowna this        day of , |9I  2 That the sharss and proportions in  which tha said sum of seven thousand  tlolUra. ($7,ooo.oo) together wilh the  amount necessary to form a 'sinking fund  and interest, ahall be assessed on the various portions of real property ^benefitted in  the manner and to tha amount set forth in  lliA eighth (������) and ninth (9) columns of the  ���icbedule to tne neit preceding section of  thia by-taw.  And tha said real property and portions  nf real property aet forth and described in  the schedule in section one (I) of thia by-  law contained, are hereby assessed accordingly with tha payments of the amounts  set in the eighth (8) and ninth (9) columns  nf the said schedule opposite each portion  of real property.  3 The amount of the special rale assessed at aforesaid against each lot, or portion of lot respectively, shall be divided  into twenty (20) equal parts, aa by the  eighth (fl) column of tha schedule in sec-  itofl one (I) hereof, and onoauch part will  be assessed, levied and collected in the  hut year, and each subsequent year for  nineteen (19) yeara after the final passing  of thi* by-law, during the twenty (20) yeara  which the debentures hereinafter mentioned, have to run, and ahall be payable  on the datea hereinefter named.  4 That it ahall be lawful for the Corporation of the Gty of Kelowna to borrow  m the security of the ratea hereby im-  posed, and on the credit and guarantee of  th�� Corporation at large,   by   way   ot   the  debentures hereinafter mentioned, from  any person or persons, body or bodies  corporate who may be willing to advance  the aame, a sum not exceeding in the  whole the sum of seven thousand dollars,  ($7,ooo.oo.)  5. It shall be lawful for tha Mayor nnd  Council of the City of Kelowna to cause  any number of debentures to be called  " Local Improvement Debentures," to be  made for the sum of one thousand dollars  each, not eiceeding, however, the sum of  Seven thousand dollars ($7,000,00), and nil  such debentures shall be sealed with the  seal of the said Corporation, and signed  by the Mayor and Treasurer thereof.  ft All the aaid debentures shall be dated the I' ii it day of December, 1912, and  shall be made payable in twenty (20) years  from the date hereinafter mentioned for  this by-law to take effect at the Bank of  Montreal, in the City of Kelowna, in the  province of Britiah Columbia, and ahall  have attached to them coupons for the  payment of interest, and the signatures  of the Mayor and tha Treasurer of the  Corporation respectively, or either of them,  to the coupons may be affixed by printed,  stamped or lithographed fac-simile.  7 All of the aaid debenturea ahall bear  intareat at the rate of Five (5) per cent,  per annum from the date thereof, which  interest shall be payable half-yearly at tha  Bank of Montreal, in tbe Citv of Kelowna,  in the province of British Columbia.  6   It shall ba lawful for the Mayor and  Si  n  $298 60  55 00  44 00  198 00  72 60  72 60  72 60  72 60  72 60  72 60  72 60  72 60  58 00  174 00  174 00  73 20  55 00  55 00  55 00  55 00  I8 60  68 20  68 20  55 00  55 00  62 40  172 40  86 20  86 20  55 00  55 00  55 00  55 00  55 00  55 00  55 00  55 00  5jO0  55 00  55 00  55 00  50 00  726 00  326 80  67 00  67 00  67 00  67 00  726 00  726 00  126 40  121 00  121 00  121 00  12100  121 00  121 00  121 00  326 20  46 80  82 20  82 20  82 20  82 80  82 20  164 40  326 60  326 60  72 40  72 40  72 40  72 40  44 00  18140  18140  363 00  363 00  440 00  IK) 00  IK) 00  IK) 00  IK) 00  110 00  420 20  110 00  154 00  CcMm.il of lha said Corporation to dispoaa  of llie aaid debenture, at a rata b.low par,  and to authorize tha Treasurer to pay out  of tha aum so raised by the sale of the  aaid debenturea, all eipansas connected  with tbe preparation and printing of the  debenturea and coupons, or any discount  or commiasion or other charge, incidental  to the aale of the said debenturea.  9 Tha amount ao assessed and levied  against auch lots, or portiona of lots, aa  aforesaid, for each year, shall be paid upon  the day upon which the general rates and  taxes of tha City of Kelowna aforesaid  become due, in each and every year dur.  ing which the aaid debentures have to  run, and in default thereof shall bear  intereat from and after auch data, respectively at the rate of Eight [8] per cant, per  annum until paid, and may be recovered  together with all co.t. in that behalf forthwith after default by diatreas and aale of  the goods and chattel, of the person liable  for euch debt, or by sale of thejwhole or  any part of the real property ao charged,  but in the event of tne aale of the real  property, or any part thereof, Tan |K)[  days' notice thereof, published in one  newspaper circulating in the Municipality  ahall be given.  10 If the owner of any portion of the  aaid property hereby assessed ahall desire  to commute the special assessment imposed by this by-law, he or aha can do as by  paying the Treasurer of the Corporation  on or before the Second  day of January,  Clerk.  Mayor.  NOTICE is hereby given lhat a Court of  Revision will be held in the City Clerk'.  Office, Kelowna, B.C., on Thursday, the  3l.t day ol October, 1912. at 10 o'clock in  the forenoon, for the purpose of hearing  and determining complainta (if any) agninst  the proposed special assessment or the  accuracy of ftrmtage measurement, aa  shown in the Schedule to Section One (1)  of lhe above by-law. or any other com.  plaint which the persons interested may  desire to make and which by law ia coi -  nizable by the said court; bul no complaint can be heard unless WRITTEN  NOTICE of the ground of such complaint  shall have been served upon the undersigned at least eight days before "the holding of the ..id court.  Dated at Kelowna, B.C., this 30th day ol  September, 1912.  G. H. DUNN.  City Clerk.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MIMING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the  Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories, and in a portion of the Province of  British Columbia, may be leased for a term  of twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. No) more than 2,560 acres will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  m In surveyed territory the land muat be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for shall be staked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which 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  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns ahould be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  rights may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at the rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application   should  he made to the secretary of the Department  of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.M. Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid-fer.  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our treea are vigorous,  well rooted, and true lo  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  the liesl bearing trees in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, (hat got the highest  prizes at the greatest apple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA, B.C.  J. C. STOCKWELL   -   Mangr.  Remember "Managing Mildred"  at the Opera Tuesday, October 6.  Better Dinners  " Is dinner ready, Mary'!"  "Yes,  Madam���it is ready, and, I think, a great  success."  " Your cooking is improving."  "Well perhaps it is, and I hope so, but really, Mrs.  Housewife, I think our new Gurney-Oxford is partly  responsible- for the success I have had lately. I was  never able to cook roasts and fowl so well on our old  stove, and as for bread and biscuits, I used to tremble  when I went to take them from the oven���they were  so often soggy and heavy. Now they are always  light and beautifully brown, and, if I do say it myself,  something to be proud of."  " That's true, Mary, my husband has said almost the  same thing. I'm awfully glad you approve of my  choice of a Gurney-Oxford. He approves because of  the saving in coal since we got it, also because of the  better meals he is getting.'1  " Indeed he's right, Madam���and it requires so little  attention."  " That's fine, Mary. Will you serve dinner ia a few  minutes please."  D. Leckie, Kelowna  HARDWARE  The Stove and Range Question  is a live issue at this time���perhaps a  worry. Overcome all inconvenience and  unsatisfactory heating and cooking by  getting  'National' Stoves & Ranges  Let us show you a RANGE that takes  no second place anywhere.   Four sizes:  14-in., 16-in., 18-in, and 20-in. ovens.  Heaters, (or wood or coal.  Enamelled Ware, Tinware  and Sporting Goods  Dalgleish & Harding  KELLER   BLOCK  EYE SIGHT   /  In gelling your Eyei tinted demand ability, reliability and  above all demand experience. Dr.  S. L. TAUBE, of tha Taube  Optical Co. of Calgary and Vancouver, who hat nad 42 yean'  experience in tha profession will  be at Kelowna, B.C..  TRENCH'S Drug Store,  Friday, October 4th, 1912.  If there !��� anything wrong with  your Eye Sight don't fail to con-  lilt him. All work absolutely  guaranteed aa tested.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Lediee' and  Cants' Rubber  Heals  of the Beet Makes Thursday, October 3  Orchard Oittj Record  Cardt  You will not be disappointed when the time  comes to send out your  Christmas Greetings, if  you place your order now.  We have just received  the sample books and  would like to show them  to you early that we may  get the cards in before  the rush comes.  [Prices from  \$l per dozen up  l>. B. Hits & CO.  (DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,      B. C.  PHONE 19  FALL FAIR PRIZE LIST  Continued from page 2  I  Canteloupe��� 1st, A. D. Monsees;  2nd, Thos. Swordy.   ,  Peppers���latr D. E. Gellatly.  Poan, green, best dish���1st, A. D.  Monsees.  Beans, Scarlet Runners, In pod,  best dish���1st, Mrs. S. Oray; 2nd,  Oco. McCurdy.  DIVISION <!.���FUJI,.) PRODUCE.  Judges: Paul Knippel and A. Tread-  gold.  Barley, white���1, Cttsorso Bros;  2, Casorso llioo.  Wheat, any variety, 1 bushel���1,  Casorso Bros.  neaus, garden-- 1, Casorso Bros.  Beans, field���1, Casorso Bros.  Turnips, Swede for cattlo���1, Alec,  Held.  Turnips, yellow for cattle���1, W.  II. Gaddes; 2, Alec Held.  Mangold Wurtzela, globe���1, Alec  Held.  Mangold Wiirtzels, long red���1, J.  q, Stockwell; 2, J. 0, Stockwell.  Mangold Wurtzels, medium���1,  Alec Raid.  Sugar Beets, long���1, L. E, Ta.v-  .lor; 2, W. H. Gaddes.  Pumpkins, heaviest ��� 1, J. 0.  Stockwell.  Field Corn���1, Capt. Knight; 2,  J. C. Stockwell.  Carrots, long white���1, Alec Reld;  2, \V. A. Scott.     ���  Bale of Hay, timothy���1, M. Hereron.  Bale of Hay, mixed���1, M. Hereron.  Best collection of roots for cattle���  1, Alec Reld.  DIVISION' 7.���FRUITS.  .IndgoB: H. Thornber and H. Chaplin.  Apples.  Wealthy���1, Mrs. W. A. Lang; 2,  W. C. Blackwood; 3, L. E. Taylor.  Mcintosh���1, Geo. E. Thompson;  2, John Brown; 3, 6. A. Pease.  Wagener ��� 1, J. McLaughlin,  Peachland; 3, H. G. M. Gardner.  Jonathan���1, Smith Bros.; 2, John  Brown; 3, Mrs. S. Oray.  Northern Spy���1, L. E. Taylor; 2,  South Kelowna Land Co.; 3, Harry  Hill.  Grimes Golden���1, L, E. Taylor;  2, C. Martin; 3, Mra. W. A. Lang,  Peachland.  Spltzenberg���1, J. McLaughlin,  Peachland; 2, H. G. M. Gardner; 3,  H. B. Burtch.  Yellow Newtown Pippin���1, Mrs.  D. A. McKle; 2, L. B. Taylor; 3, Dr.  f'fyffer.  Cox's Orange Pippin���1, H. B.  Burtch.; 2, L. E. Taylor; S, F. B. E.  DeHart.  Delicious���1, P. R. B. DeHart.  Best collection of commercial apples���1, L. E. Taylor; 2, J. McLaughlin, Peachland; 3, Mrs. W. A.  Lang, Peachland.  Duchess of Oldenburg���1, Geo.  McCurdy; 2, Mrs. M. E. Cameron.  Gravenatelu���1, !.. E. Taylor; 2,  T. G. Speer.  Maidens Blush���1, J. McLaughlin;  2, F. R. E. DeHart.  Alexander���1, L. E. Taylor; 2, C.  B. Weeks.  Jeffries--I, J. McLaughlin, Peach-  luiiil.  Wolf River���1, L. 10. Taylor; 2,  Harry Hill.  Blenheim   Orange���1,   II.   G.   M.  Gardner; 2, Geo. E. Thompson.  -1,   Jolm   I'uiillii;    2  Salome���1, J. McLaughlin, Peachland; 2, H. Hardy, Peachland.  Stark���1, J. McLaughlin, Peachland; 2, o. A. Peaae.  Baldwin���1, H. Q. M. Gardner;  2, South Kelowna Land Co.  Golden Russet���1, Alex McLennan; 2, South Kelowna Land Co.  Roxbury Russet���1, Mrs. W. A.  Lang, Peachland.  Ben Davis���1, Mrs. R. E. Taylor,  Peachland; 2, W. A. Scott.  Gano���1, D. W. Crowley; 2, P. R.  E. DeHart.  York Imperial���1, Mrs. W. A.  Lang;   2.  IV. c.  Blackwood.  Any other variety, winter���1, Mra.  W. A. Lung;  2, J. E. Lytle.  Heaviest twelve apples (same variety,���!, C. H. Geen; 2, L. E. Taylor.  Heaviest twelve apples (different  variety)���1, L. K. Tuylor; 2, 0. A.  Pease.  Crab Apples.  Florence���2,    H.    B.    Kennard,  Colvert-  Munson.  Twenty-ounce Pippin���  Thompson; 2, It. Muneon.  Snow���1, Alex. McLennan; 2, Geo.  lv Thompson.  Hlbston   Pippin���1,  O.  A.  Pease;  2, L. 10. Taylor.  Pall  St.   Lawrence���1,  Alex.  Mc-  J.ennan; 2, South Kelowna Land Co.  Any other variety, summer or fall  t-1, W. H. Gaddes; 2, J. B. Brown.  Pewaukee���1, Mrs. M. 10. Cameron;  2, O. A. Pease.  King���1,   H,   Hardy,   Poacliland;  2, Geo. E. Thompson.  Hubbardson Nonsuch���1, H. G. M.  Gardner; 2, P. R. E. DeHart.  Ontario���1, J. McLaughlin, Peachland;   2, P.  M.  Buckland.  'Yollow   Bellflower���1,   H.   G.   M.  Gardner; 2, W. D. Harvey.  Rhode Island Greening���1, O. A.  Pease; 2, J. B. Brown.  Red  Cheek   Pippin- J,   II.   G.   M.  Gardner.  Belle de Boskoop���1, L.  E. Taylor; 2, John Conlin.  Akin Red���1, H. B. Burtch.  Blue Pearmaln���1, L. E. Taylor.  Winter Banana���1,  T.  G.  Speer;  2, W.  C.  Blackwood.  Winter   St.   Lawrence���1,   J.   B.  Brown;  2, Geo. E. Thompson.  Sutton   Beauty���I,   Mra.   W.   A.  Lang, Peachland; 2, L. E. Taylor.  Tolman Sweet���t, J. E. Lytle;- i,  C. E, Weeks.  Rome   Beauty���1,   C.   Martin;   2,  Mrs. R. E. Taylor, Peachland.  Mann���1,  Geo.   E.  Thompson;   2,  J. B. Brown.  R.  Nahun,  I     Hyalop  1,  Oeo.  E.  Taylor,  1, Hairy  Hill;   2,  L.  E.  KELOWNA  -OPERA HOUSE  TUESDAY  October 8th, 1912  i n  Managing Mildred'  "The nautical play unusual."  Elaborately Staged  with  Beautiful Costumes  and  Special Scenery  A Positively Guaranteed Attraction  "Duncan Says Sol"  Prices:   $1,   75c,   SOc.  Reseroed Seat Sale at Crawford's  Transcendent���1, J.  McLaughlin;  2, Harry Hill.  Martlia���2, South Kelowna Land  Company.  Pears.  Flemish Beauty���1, L. E. Taylor;  2,   C.   Martin.  Louise Bonne de Jersey���1, L. E.  Taylor;   2, F. R. E. DeHart.  .Clalrgeau���1, L, E. Taylor; 2, I.  Brown,  Beurre d'AnJou    1, Dr. Pfyffei; 2,  L. E. Taylor.  Seckel���1,  P.   R.   E.   DeHart;   2,  Alex   McLennan.  Winter Nells���1, L. E. Taylor; 2,  Cue Anderson.  Howell���1, P.  R.   E.   DeHart^  2,  ClIS  Anderson.  Sheldon���2, L.   ED,  Taylor.  Diichesse   d'Aiigouleme���1,    Mrs.  W. A. l.aug; 2, I,. E. Taylor.  Beurre Bousseck���1, P. R. 10. De-  Hart;   2, Gus Anderson.  Beurre Hardy���2, L.  E. Taylor.  Vicar of Wakefield���1, L. E. Taylor.  Bosk���1,   L,   E.  Taylor.  Lincoln���1, P. R. E. DeHart.  Any other variety���1, L. E. Taylor;  2, Qeo..E. Thompson.  Collection of pears,  Ave varieties  ���1,  L.   E.  Taylor.  Plums.  Coe's Golden Drop���2, L. E. Taylor.  Yellow  Egg���1,  H.   B.   Kennard;  2, W. A. Scott.  Pond's  Seedling���1,   Harry  Hill;  2, O. R. Binger.  Relne Claude���1, F. R. E. DeHart;  2, Geo.  McCurdy.  Rivers' Black Diamond���1, J. G.  McNaughton; 2, P. R. E. DeHart.  Maynard���2,  Harry  Hill.  Wlckeon���1, P. R. E. DeHart.  Grand  Duke���1,  W.  D.  Harvey;  2, H. B. Kennard.  Any other variety���1, Mrs. W. A.  Lang;  2, L. E. Taylor.  Collection of three varieties, individual���1, J.  McLaughlin.  i Sugar Prunes���1,  Harry  Hill;   2,  L. E. Taylor.  Italian Primes���1, II. B. Kennard;  2, J. McLaughlin.  Any oilier variety���2, L. E. Tayloi.  .Verlarlneej.  Lord Napier���1. Mra. VV. A. Lang;  2, J. B. Brown.  Peaches.  Early  Crawford���1,   Mrs.   W.  A.  Lang; 2, H. II. Kennard, Nahun.  Late Crawford���1, F. R.  E.  De-  Hart; 2, II. 1). Kennard, Nahun.  Elberta��� 1,   J.    McLaughlin;    2,  Mrs. R. B. Taylor, Peachland.  I    Fitzgerald���1, J. McLaughlin;   2,  Mrs. W.  A. Lang.  |     Any  other  late  variety���1,   Mra.  W. A. Lang; 2, J. B. Brown.  Grapes.  Concord���I, P. R. E.  DeHart;  2,  .Mrs. W. A. Lang.  Moore's  Early���1,   P.   R.   E.   Do-  Hart. ,       >  Delaware���I, Mra. VV, A. Lang.  Brighton���2, P. R. E. DeHart.  I.lndley���1, P.  R. E. DeHart.  Stark's Star���1, F. R. E. DeHart.  Banner���1, V. R.  E.  DeHart.  Niagara���1,   J.   G.   McNaughton;  2, P. R. E. DeHart.  Diamond���1. P. R. E. DeHart; 2,  Mra. W. A. Lang.  Black Hamburg���1. F. R. E. Do-  Hart.  Campbell's Early���1, A.  D. Monsees; 2, F. R. E. DeHart.  Any other variety���1, L. B. Taylor; 2, Mra. W. A. Lang.  Quinces.  Champion���1, J.   B.   Brown.  Orange���1, W. C. Blackwood.  DIVIKIO.N^S.���FLORAL.  Judges:  J. Birch and If. W. Raymer.  Fuchsias, single��� 1, P, R. E. De-  Hart.  Fuchsias, double���1, T. R. E. De-  Hart.  Geraniums, double, lu bloom���,,  F. R. 10. DeHart.  Geraniums, single, In bloom���1,  F. R. E. DeHart.  Collection Sweet Peas���1, F. R. E,  DeHart;  2, O. A   Pease.  Collection Stocks���1, F. R. E. De-  Hart;   2, F. G.  Davis.  Collection Pansice���1, F. (1. Davis;  2, Geo. McCurdy.  Collection Zinnias���I, P. R. E.  DeHart.  Collection    Phlox    Druuiiuoadl ���  1. F. R. E. DeHart.  Collection Marigolds���1, F. R. E.  DeHart;   2, Mis. T. Bulman.  Collection Verbenas���1, P. R. E.  DeHart.  Collection Annuals���1, F. O.  Davis.  Six Roses���1,  P.  R.   E. -DeHart;  2, Mis. A. Harker.  Bouquet of Flowers���1, P. G.  Davis.  Collection of Dahlia*���1, Dorothy  Leckie;  2, F. R. E. DeHart.  Collection of Gladioli���1, F. O.  Davis; 2, F. R. E. DeHart.  Collection of Asters���1, F. 0.  Davie; 2, Mrs. Raisher Jones.  Collection ot Nasturtiums���1, Dr.  Kellar.  Carnations, pink���1, Mi's. Raisher  Jones.  Carnations, red���1, Mrs. Ralaber  Jones.  Carnations, white���1, Mrs. Raisher Jones.  Roses, pink���1, Mrs. A. Harker.  Professionals Only,  Group Greenhouse Plants���1, T.  W. Stirling.  Collection Greenhouse Ferns���1,  T. W. Stirling.  Collection Carnations, 12 fancy���  1,   Mm.   Raisher Jones.  Collectlgn Roses, 12 fancy���1, f.  W.   Stirling.  Gentlemen's Buttonholes, 3���1,  T. W. Stirling.  Child's dross, showing the best  handwork of any kind���1, Mias  Emily Gardner.  Ladles' apron, fancy���1, Mra. W.  D. Harvey; I, Mrs. G. A. McKay.  Collars, fancy, beat of any kind���  2, Mias Anna Knight,  Jabots, lace or embroidery���J,  Mrs. J. C. Stockwell.  Ladles' hand-bag���1, Mra. A. D.  Monsees; 2, Mite Anna Knight.  Best novelty of any kind���1, Mr*.  G. A. McKay; 2, Mrs. W. D. Harvey.  Beat pyrography en wood or leather���!.  Mr*.  W.  H. Fleming.  Stencilling���1, Mies Anna Knight;  2, Mr*. John Fletcher.  Decorative painting on cloth or  leather���1, Mias E. Ransom; 2, Mra.  John Fletcher,  China painting���1, Mra. C. C.  Prowse;   2, Mra. T. Batman.  llnaketry���1,  Mr*.  C.  Martin.  div. 7.���commercial exhibit  of packed Apples and pioahs.  Judges:    H. Thornber and  H.  Chaplin.  Wealthy���1,  T. G.  Speer.  Mcintosh���1,  Alec  Reld.  Grimes Golden���1, T. G. Speer.  Gravoneteln���1, T. G, Speer.  Government prise for apple packing���1, W. R. Craig.  DIVISION O���FANCV WORK.  Judges:   Mrs. W. A. Lang and Mrs.  ��� L. D. McCall, Peachland.  Point lace���1, Miss Garland; 2,  R.   Munson.  Honlton lace���1, Mra. J. C. Stock-  well.  Battenburg lace���1, Mrs. O. A,  McKay; 2,-Mra. J. B. Fisher.  Irish crochet���1, Mrs. A. W. Hani'  lllon; 2, Mrs. R. Lambly.  Knitted lace���1, Mra. C. Martin;  2, Mrs. John Fletcher.  Crocheted lace���1, Mrs. W. D. Wilson; 2, Mrs. J. C. Stockwell.  Embroidered dolllea���1, Miss  Anna Knlgbt.  Crocheted dolllea���2, Mr*. D, R  Riggs.  Dollies, lace���1, Mrs. R. B. Taylor.  Set of crocheted dinner mat*���1,  Mm. S. Oray; 2, Mrs. G. A. McKay.  Drawn work���I, Mrs. W. D. Harvey; 2, Mrs. Thos. Stevenson.  Queen Aune or other fancy darning��� I, Mrs. A. D. Monsees.  Initials or monogram on linen���  I, Mis. W. D. Harvey; 2, Mrs. O. A.  McKay.  Embroidered linen table cover,  white���1, Mra. A. W. Hamilton; 2,  Mra. W. D. Wilson.  Table cover, lace���1, Mra. H.  Newby; 2, Mrs. J. 0. Stockwell.  Table cover, any other kind���1,  Mrs. W. D. Harvey.  Hemstitching���1, Mrs. W. D. Harvey; 2, Mra. O. A. McKay.  Centrepiece, lace���1, Mr*. D. H.  Riggs.  Centrepiece, embroidered lu color*  ���1, Mra. D. H. Riggs; 2, Mra. Thoa.  Stevenson.  Centrepiece, embroidered In white  -1, Gerty Sutherland: 2, Mr*. J. C.  Stockwell.  Eyelet embroidery, on blouse or  centrepiece���1, Mrs. R. E. Taylor;  ?. Mrs. II, Newby.  Punched embroidery���1, Mra. R.  E. Tayler.  Shadow   embroidery���1,   Mrs.   G.  A. McKay; 2, Miss Anna Knlgbt.  Wallachln embroidery���Mra. J. C.  Stockwell.  Ecclesiastical embroidery or lace���  1, Miss Oarland.  Corontitlon cord work, embroidery  or lace���1, Miss Anna Knight; 2,  Mra. W. D. Harvey.  Sofa pillow, fancy���1, Miss Anna  Knlgbt;  2. Mrs. W. H. Fleming.  Sofa pillow, washable���1, Mr*. H.  Newby;  2. Mrs. D. H. Riggs.  Tea cosy, best of any kind���1, Mra.  R. E. Taylor; 2, Mrs. C. Martin.  Pillow shams���1, Mrs. A. W. Hamilton;   2,  Mrs.  D.  H.  Riggs.  Toilet set, embroidered or crocheted���1, Mrs. D. H. Riggs; 2. Mra. J  B. Fisher.  Pin cushion���1, Mra. J.JJ. Fisher;  2, Mra. J. C.  Stockwell.  Handkerchief case���1, Mra. D. H.  Rlgge.  Ladles' blouse, fancy���1, Mra. A.  W. Hamilton.  DIVISION   10 KNITTING,   MKW-  ING, NKKDIiRWORK, ETC.  Plain hand sewing���1, Mr*. W. D.  Harvey.  Buttonholes on linen, beat six -  1, Mra. W. D. Harvey.  Cotton night-dress, fine���2, Mies  Anna Knight.  Knitted Jacket or rest���1, Mrs.  J. B. Fisher.  Knitted mltle, wool���1, Mra. A. D,  Monsees; 2, Mra. W. D. Harvey.  Wool-filled comforter���1, Mrs. J.  C. Stockwell.  Heat bed spread, any kind���1,  Mrs. A. D. Monsuee; I, Mra. W. H.  Fleming.  Trimmed cotton pinafore���1, Mies  Nettie Harvey.  Fancy apron ��� 1, Miss Net.le  Harvey,  Buttonhole* on linen, six���1, Miss  Nettle Harvey.  Hemstitched bandkorcblef��� 1,  Miss Nettle Harvey.  Initial or monogram, embroidered  ou handkerchief���1, Mies Nettle  Harvey.  Embroidery on linen���1, Dorothy  Leckie.  Crochet lace���1, Miss Bulman.  Special Prizes Suggnited by Judge*.  Silk crochet lace���1, Mrs. Thos.  Stevenson.  Hand embroidery on mull mus:!n  1,  Mrs.  J.  B.  Fisher.  SPECIAL  PRIZES.  Judges of Bread:   Mrs. J, W. Jones  snd Mrs. T. G. Speer.  For tbe beat two loaves of bread  made from Lake of tbe Woods Milling Co. flour, "Five Roses" (special  prize presented by W, S. Glenn &  Son; 1st barrel Sour; 2nd 1 sack, 98  lbs.)���1, Mrs. E. A. Teather; 2, Mrs.  W. D. Harvey.  For the best two loaves of bread  made from Western Canada Flour  Mills Co. flour, "Purity Flour."  (1st prise of one sack, 68 lbs; Snd  prise, H sack, 4B Has.)���1, Mr*. W.  H. Fleming;  2, Mrs. J. Kincald.  For tbe best two loaves of bread  made from "Robin Hood" flour, (A  special Drat prize of one barrel flour;  2nd, one sack, H8 lbs.)���1, Mra. II.  Newby; 2, Mr*. J. F. Bewttnhelmer.  For tbe best single turnout. Must  be lady driver. (Rug valued at lid,  presented by W. R. Glenn A Son).���  1, Dr. Thayer.  For tbe best col'ecllon of twelve  kodak photos, (A kodak valued at  I.'., presented by G. II. E. Hudson)���  1. Miss Janet Hlddell.  For the best collection of six huiise  plants, (A special prize of ID, snd  2nd of $2, presented by H. W. Raymer),���!, T. W. Stirling.  For the best display of cut flowers,  perfection of bloom, arrangement  and variety, (Special prize valued at  t5, pretested by J. B. Knowles),���  1. F. G. Davis; 2. T. W. Stirling.  Best collection of poultry, to he  owned by exhibitor, (Challenge r.uu.  valued at 12.',, to be won three years  In succession, presented by C. C.  Josselyn),���J. C.  Stockwell.  For tbe best hand writing. N.n  less tbau one page foolscap. Opon tu  all pupils atteudlng public school.  (1st. $8; 2nd, 22; presented by J.  F. Burne).���1, Mlea Dorothy Evans;  2, Mias Nettle Harvey.  For the beat three loavea of bread  made from Ogllvle'e "Royal House-  bold" flour, (1st prize, three sacks  flour; 2nd, two sack* flour).���1, Mrs.  Chas, E. Marty; 2, Mra. J. F. Haw-  tlnbeimer.  For tbe best dozen buns made  from Ogllvle'e "Royal Household"  flour, (let prize, two sacks flour; 2nd  prize, one aaek).���1, Mra. E. A.  Teatber; 2, Mrs. John Fletcher..  For the Beet Collection  of Seed, and  Vegeteblee, a One.horae Planet Jr. Cuhiv.  ator gives by Mess.a. Coatee,- Fdwerd. k  Gewen.���Casorso Bros.  Fa, the Beat Decoratad  Store   Window,  prize* given by P. DuMoulin.���-let $5.00  Lequime Bro.. <V Co.; 2nd $2.00. K. F-  Oaley.  Here ie a woman who epeake from par.  eonel knowledge and Ion* experience, viz.,  Mra. P. H. Brogan, of Wilaon. Pa., who  say s: " I know from experience that Cham,  berlain'a Cough Remedy ie far enperier to  any other. For croup then ie nothing  thet e reels it."   For sale by all drains. The Orchard Citi) Record.  Thursday ^October 3  Every  hi  c  WANTED!  COflKiHT i-i| w*      Q65  f .I.ZlMMIHMAN CO,  Ihe p'oct-iies sold nt lliis store  are\ quality for quality, the cheapest you can buy in the town.  ourneighbors  will Deii you that.    We  made it a rule when we commenced  business (and have rigidly adhered  to the rule ever since) to give you the top market value  for your money, even if we occasionally lose ourselves.  That you appreciate this is shown by the way our  trade is growing���and by tbe selectness of our customers.  You are missirg a.whole \i>{ if you do not come into this  store and look at our quality and prices.  La  THE STQREOFPLEN:  Telephone    -   35  ?. Cent* per word, nut iimcrLion end  1 Cent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ents.  FOR SALE  Pony,.l InrneBfl and Cart. Pony in quiet  to ride or drive. Cart and harness are in  good running order. Price and further  particulars apply Box 64, Kelowna.       37lf  WANTED  Female  Help to work  in  the  cannery.  Gonci hoard and room furnished, Excellent  wages Runrunteed.    Tlie Kelowna OnnninK  Co., Ltd.  40tf.  LADY WISHES TO VISIT HOMES  town   or   country, for needlework, children's 1I1.��� mnuil-io'".       Tiained   tencher of  plain   n��dl��WOll.   and   innnding.      Neat,  quick wnrlt.     Apply Miss (j(iZe, Kelovwui.  Phone IIV _______ x  WANTED  Plain srwinir. children*! riot!.?* or general dressmaking,   Apply Box 44n,        x  WANTED  lo rent, mini) House or Cottage, B.-x 611  44-5  FOR SALE  Team of Geldings, about 2,400 lbs, Good  general purpoae learn.    Apply pox "C,"  " Record " Office. 44-7  FOR SALE  "Ulick" Typewriter) perfect condition.  CHeap.   Apply " Record " Office, x  TEAMSTER WANTED  Teamster   wanting  winter   work   apply  Box 341. ��� _ 44-7  FOR SALE  A   good   Heifer   (fresli) and two young  Milk Cows. All quiet.     S. Goodacre, Wilson Landing. 44-5  LOST  Dropped in Post Office package of Am-  iii.'ui films and prints addressed to LeRoy  Dolsen. Finder please leturn to " Record "  Office, x  V FOR SALE  O. K. Canada   Potato   Digger for   sale  cheap.    Apply Geo. W.   Schell, Rutland.  Phone C 19. 45-6  \&>'sfi&r&   T&'^rW   t^aSSfS  90 cents  Three  pound  tins of  TETLEY'S TEA  90 cents  Remember tbe date of visit of  Dr. S L Taube, Eye Sight special-  j ist of the I aube Optical Company,  of Calgary and Vancouver, who  will   be   al   W.  R.- Trench's drug  I st.ne, Kelowna, B.C., on Fliday,  October 4th.     If there is anything  j wrong   wilh   your Eye Sight don't  I fail to consult him. All work  guaranteed as tested. 43.J  THE PEOPLE'S STORE  Headquarters for the Economical Buyer  BOOTS and SHOES  Our new fall stock in this line is arriving daily.  Men's Shoes  We are handling the well-known lines of  e,  Leckies. Hartts Bells and  Ames Holden  in all the latest styles and lasts.     Also the celebrated  English " K " Boot  For the LADIES we have the  Bell and Empress both  The highest grade and most stylish shoe made  For BOYS' School Wear  The Leckie  and "Boy Scout"  If you want Solid Leather  Shoes, to give vou Good Service  come in and inspect our stock.  We can certainly satisfy you  iu any of the above linen. ,  FALL RUBBERS'  are   now all   to hand  For GIRLS and CHILDREN  The noted Classic Shoe made by  GETTY & SCOTT  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones:       Dry Goods, 314 ;    Office, 143.  We are clearing out  our line of Three-  Pound Tetley's Tea  in brown tins which  we have been selling  at  $1.35 per tin at  90 cents  per tin  250 Tons  OF  No. I  Alfalfa  Hay  For Sale  1 want to-get  100  Cedar  Posts  For further particulars  apply below  Remember  LAKESIDE  is the best buying in Kelowna  F. R. L DeHART  Sole Agent   -   KELOWNA  We have 51 tins of  this tea at 90 cents.  Do you want son  of it?  City of Kelowna  Municipal Voters List, 1913  Notice is hereby given that the  Voters' List of the City of Kelowna,  for the year 1913, is being prepared.  The following are the qualifications required for municipal voters:  1. AS AN OWNER : Any male or female British subject of the full age of  twenty-one years possessing an estate  for life or of inheritance (in possession)  in lands within the corporate limits of  the city, provided such person is the  registered owner of such estate in  the Land Registry Office, and provided  said estate ie of the assessed value of  not leas than one hundred dollars.  2. AS A PURCHASER: A purchaser  under an Agreement of Sale duly registered in the Land Registry office shall  together with the owner of the property mentioned in the said agreement  of sale, be entitled to have his or her  name entered on the Voter's List, but  the registered owner of the property  alone shall have the right to vote unless he or she shall on or before the  day of election, by writing under his  or her hand, waive or renounce his or  her right to vote, in which caae the  registered purchaser tinker such registered Agreement of Sate ahall be entitled to vote provided he or the has  all the requisite qualifications of a  voter.  3. AS A LICENSE HOLDER i Anv  male or female British subject of the full  age of twenty-one years who is thn holder  of a Trade Licence, the annual fee for  which ia not less than Five Dollars.  4. AS A HOUSE HOLDER: Any  male or female British subject of the  full age-of twentv-one years who occupies a dwelling houae, tenement, hotel  or boarding-house, or any portion of  a 'dwelling-house, tenement, hotel or  boarding-house, who haa been a  resident of the City from the firat day  of January of the current year, and  who has paid directly to the city all  rates, taxes and assessments which are  not chargeable on land, which rates,  taxes or assessments so paid amount  to not less than Two Dollars, due to  the city for the current year, other than  water rates or taxes or licence fees for  dogs.  Licence-holders and house-holders must, during the month of October, 1912, make and cause to be  delivered to the City Clerk a statutory declaration which muat be filed  within forty-eight hours after aame  is made. No declaration can be  filed after five p.m, on Thursday,  October 31st, 1912.  Forms of declaration .nay be obtained from the undersigned.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  October 1st, 1912. 45-8  City of Kelowna  Local Improvement  i  The McKenzie  -Limited-  WANTED  to purchase,  TWO HEAVY TEAMS  immediately.   Apply, quoting  cash price to  Box B, " Record Office.  44-5  The Municipal Council of the City  Kelowna has determined that it is deal,  able to widen Pendozi Street from Lak  Avenue to the southern boundary of tli  city limits. The total cost of the said wor  to be assessed against the property to b  benefitted thereby, and shall be payabl  in twenty equal annual payments, and sha  be carried out in accordance with th  the Local Improvement by-law.  And the Chairman of the Board  Works and the City Assessor having r��  ported to the Council in accordance wit  the provisions of the said by-law, upo  the said work, giving statements shovrin  the amounts estimated to be chargeable i  each case against the various portions o  the real property to be benefitted by thi  ���aid work.  And the reports of the Chairman of tin  Board of Works and the City Assesao  having been adopted by the Council:  Notice is hereby given that the said f��  ports are open for inspection at the office  of the City Clerk, Bernard Avenue, am  the said work will be carried out unles  a majority of the owners of land or rea  property to be assessed or charged in re  spect or such work, representing at leas  one half in value thereof, petition th<  Council against such assessment withii  fifteen days after the first publication o  this notice.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna B.C., City Clerk  September 27th 1912. 45-*  SEALED TENDERS addressed to th  undersigned, and endorsed " Tende  for XYln.rf at Seymour Arm, B. C,  will be received at this office until 4 p.m  on Tuesday, October 2V, 1912, forthecon  struction of a Pile Bent Wharf atSeymou  Arm, District of Cariboo, B.C.  Plans, specification, and form of Contrac  can be seen and forma of tender ohtainet  at this department and at the offices c  C. C Worsfold.Esq., District Engineer, Net  Westminster, B.C., F. W. Alymer. Distric  Engineer, Chase B.C., and on applicatlo  to the Post-master at Seymour Arm, B.C.  Persons tendering are notified that ten  ders will not be considered unless mad  on the printed forms supplied, and signe  with their actual signatures, stating thei  occupations and places of residence. 1  the case of firms, the actual signature, th  nature of the occupation, and place of resi  dence of each member of the firm mui  be given.  bach tender must be accompanied b  an accepted cheque on a chartered banl  payable to the order of the Honourabl  the Minister of Public Works, equal to te  per cent. (10 p.c.) of the amount of th  tender, which will be forfeited if the per  aon tendering decline to enter into a eon  tract when called upon to do so, or fail t  complete the work contracted for, If th  tender be not accepted the cheque wi  be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  t  accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, September 27th, 1912.  Newspapers will not be paid for this ad  vertisement if they insert it without authoi  ity from the department.���27956 45-  WANTED  Five Girls  for .tripping leaf tobacco.  Good wage, and ateady  employment.  Apply to  Britiah North America Tobacco Co.  44.6  Eighty-five per cent, of head  aches are the result of Eye Strair  If you are troubled that way con  suit Dr. S, L. Taube on hia visit t<  W. R. Trench's drug store, Kelow  na, B.C., on Friday, October 4tl  1912.  Sick headache is caused by a dlsonL.,  stomach. Take Chamberlain a Tableta an  correct that and the headaches will diaap  pear.   For sale by all dealera.  \


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