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 Keluttma  -tanrfc  ,J"r\.  VOL. V.   NO. 46.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1913.  City Council and  Rulof the Road  WILL ENFORCE TRAFFIC REGULATIONS  Alderman Taylor presided over last  Friday's meeting of the oity oounoil in  the absenoe of Mayor Jones.  After the correspondence hud been  dealt with, it wus mentioned that several applications had been made for  street lights in various parts of the  oity, and a resolution was passed giving the light oommittes authority to  instal incandescent lights wherever they  deemed they, necessary.  By-law No. 140, dealing with sewer  construction was finally passed, and  the payment ol the following accounts  as recommended by the finance committee sanctioned'  The following accounts were then  recommended for payment:  l'ower House 1'uy roll   6760.00  G. F. Teal   100.00  J.  Burger      16.46  P. Coffey      74.00  Fred Swainaon  103.00  W. Gibson      75.67  U. Dyniook     33.00  A. B. Davy     86.00  Owen Gregg      73.52  James Wilkis     30.00  Wm. Craze     17.00  James Akeroyd      37.00  E. Bonjean    12.00  Ennis As McDonnell'      76.66  I'uuis <fc McDonnell     76.66  W. il. l'aisley     78.00  U. H. Dunn, Salary   lf-J.OO  P.   V.  iloyle .,��.��.. ^^.     00.00  W.  II.   ftennio,  salary          eO.OO  f. T. Dunn, salary   100.00  Kohl.  Sutherland, salary   126.00  G. Hackay, salary      85.00  J. A. Bugger, salary     16.00  A. B. Davy, salary   166.66  Dr. 11.1,.A. Keller, rent     36.00  Mkj'is Burne & Temple     60.00  A. Guidi .'.'.  - 63.00  J. H. Alexander         4.60  J. D. Plant       3.00  l'ulmur  iv   Bogerson       'J5.0U  C. C. Snowdon      45.00  W.  Esston       2.66  0. Weir      24.07  .1. M. Jenixiugs      1.60  Angelo Guide  ���     18.00  G. H. Dunn      23.03  James H. Stevenson       8.00  Dominion Express l.'o      1.60  II. M. Witter       6.00  Crane At Co       8.40  Sower pay roll (15 days)   1030.30  Canavan  li  Mitchell     1000.00  Alderman Calder on behalf of the  light committee stated that he had  hud un application from Messrs Duggan li Daviea (or the extension of tha  light service to the Lakeview subdivision, which was outside the oity, to  the east. They stated that arrange,  meats had already been made with the  Baukhoud Orchard Co., to uss the  poles already pluoed by them, and  they .wen, willing to pay all other expenses to whioh I the oity would be put  in making the extension.  A resolution was passed that the extension bo made on the depositing of  a cheque coveriug the cost to ba oeti-  matcl by the electrical engineer.  Some discussion arose upon the aub-  .eot of a roquesf/ from Messrs, Casorso Bros, for the removal of an electric light pole which happened to ba  iu froot of their new store building. It  was considered a disfigurement in its  preaent position and some of the aldermen thought that as Messrs Casorso had put up a big building which  was an asset la the city they should  be given encouragement as far as possible, and that if they were willing to  pay all expenses, the pole should bs  moved to a more convenient position.  Aid. Sutherland; raised aome protest  against this. He said it waa establishing n iliioiaOroua precedent to interfere with the pole line at the rosiest of individuals. If the practice  was continued they would Boon have  a I'ole lino which would bo a disgrace  to tho city. Sccli ohange meant unequal spacing of poles, and eaoh time  the wires weft cut other poles were1  thrown to a more or less extent out  of line. His protest, he said, was  intended more ns a warning than as  opposition to Ihis particular oase. Hs  had nlwuya objooted to allowing ths  wire, to be out, or the system lo be  interfered with for tho moving ol  buildings or any cither purpose.  The objection however, was overrule!,  and a resolution framed that if Messrs Casorso Bros, a would pay all costs  of moving, and of. any additional poles  which might be nawaasary, tha   ohaags  Wins Over One Hundred and Twenty Prize8 In All   -   Agricultural and Trades Association and  B. C. Growers, Ltd. Uphold Kelowna's Record at Provincial Fair  ...    NO IMPERIAL CONFERBNCE  The London Daily Telograph In an  article says it understands tho government has no intontion of culling a  general imperial conference. The announcement which, it is claimed is  made on the highest authority, has  occasioned widespread disappointment,  even more marked in the overseas do,  minion:* than in the mother country.  Win Most of Awards for Plaie and Boxed Apple Classes  Mr. T. G. Speer Adds to List of Honors Won  II  Thc Sloamer Spokane, owned by tho  Pacific Count Steamship Company,  struck a rock fifteen miles north ��' fordine one  ('ape l.azo during a dense fog last1  Friday, filled and sunk rapidly, but  all the    hundred and ten    passengers thosl) pr0l]uce(i ]m.  A large display waB sent  Still another victory haa been added  lo tho    long    list which  Kelownu 1111.4 '  achieved   for   tho  quality  of her  fruil   W.  iu open competition. The   remarkable |  success of the local product    at     the   B.  Provincial   Fair   ut   Now   Westminster,  laat week must be very gratifying, not  only   to  thorn  who  gathered  together  and took charge of thc exhibits,    but'  also to the   district generally    na tif-  moro demonstration    that  nowhere in the country can applet) bo  grown which oan rank as superior   to  2nd  K.L.  took to the life boata and were picked  up shortly afterwards by tho     freight  steamer  line.  'La    Touche  ot  the  same  C.P.R. Gross Earnings  down in  charge of Mr. ilf V. Chaplin from the  Agricultural and Trades Association,  consisting so ely of plate entries. The  fruit waH selected largely from that  exhibited at the Kelowna fall fair. Out  of 37 classes in apples entered no fewer than GO prizes   were   received,     2*1  K60CII    Jpl^UiUllUjUUU1    ["  1'"     I !"       peaches and grapes  " 33 classes were entered, 51 prizes being  ,    .      ...    secured, viz.,  IH first k, '21, seconds and  At tho annual meeting of snurenola- 1   .  ,,,   . , .      .       . .  n ,        *    ...     ���  ., J2| thirds.       I hose results, it  might be  ere ol  tho    Canadian Pacific Railway I . .  B  .���   ,       ,       ,i   -.,   _.    * .mentioned   included  several  prizes  won  Company last Wednesday the director. fcy ^   ,y   A ^ ��   ,     ^  report  was unanimously adopted.     A La        ^ qI   ,,mMim<l  wh���a(1     fino  resolution was imssed  authorizing the   ... ,-,,,, ...  n��.,... t~ = displays were noticeable features of the  issue of four per cent., debenture stock  on account of branch lines und extensions of branoh lines and steamships,  etc. In moving the adoption of thu  report the president, Sir Thomas  Shuuglinessy said: "Willi the active  business conditions that prevailed jj'ije"ye��  throughout the year, your jjross earnings reached the high water mark of  nearly .UU.OOO.UtlO but since the turn  of the year there lias beon a dcorease  due to the falling oil in the movement nl westbound traffic us well us  in the building nod other trades  throughout Canada. However, thus far  in t he year your gross revenue is larg-  than it was in 1911, and with lhe  renewed confidence and courage that  will develop everywhere as the result  ol bountiful crops with which the coun  trv has beon blessed and Ihe general  improvement in tho money nurkel that  E. Toy  V. Chap-  local fall fair.  It had been at first intended that  the A. and T. Association should compete in the district fruit exhibit, but  several necessary varieties wero found  to have, been all shipped away and  was given  up.  Th1, following are thu winnings credited tn, tha A. and T.  Association:  Al'l'I.KK  Shaw.  Shirt-  Weulthy.   1st T. Cooper, '."ml A,  Wagner.���Jnd T. Cooper, Ilrtl W  ridge.  King.���:ir,l, W. A. I.ang.  Spitzcnburg-Sad A. S. Mills.   '  Crimes    riolden.���lsl    I).  I'.. Cellatly,  Slid, II. (!. M. (lardner, :ird, H. V.  Chaplin.  Cox Orange.���1st 11.  W. linyiner, 'ind  W. A.   I.ang, 3rd II. ('. Seddon.  begins to meks itself    manifest, there Mcintosh.���2nd    W.     Siiirlridge,    2nd  is every reason ta anticipate another  satisfactory year.  There will be a rugby mutch against  Vernon at thu Park Crounds, Sattirefcy  afternoon. Kiok off at 3.3(1. The teams |  will line up ns follows: Kolowna, ���  Fullback, W. V. Heyland; Three-t.ua.-  ters llubb.ltell.WhilliH and Wilson; llulf  backs, Kavell und Hapkins; Forwards,  Tyman, I.loyd, M. II. Hoylnml, ���!.  Stirling, Bellamy, J. Thomson,; Standing and Mathias. Vernon,���Hamilton, A. fryer, Monorieff, Weir, Fryer,  Wilson, Wilmot, Menorieff, Stesdman,  Rutherford, Kennedy, Even. Snlvus-  ton, Hiddulph anil Raininnll. Ucferee,-  A.   I.. Mougens.  should be allowed. This was passed.  His Worship In the chair (acting-  mayor Taylor) drew attention k> tho  dungor whioh existed to pedestrians  aud drivers alike from the ofmman  disregard of the rule of the roai. Th.  danger was more particularly notlos-  ablo at the corner of Pendozi street  and llernnrd avenue. Automob)es frs-  piently mude a, short turn theie at a  good speed and often narrowly Meaped  colliding with vohioles coming in ths  opposite direction. He mentioied one  or two instances whirh hnd Ixen re-  osntly brought to his notios whsrs a  serious accident had only just beau  averted.  Teamators s�� well aa automobile  drivers were offenders too in persist1-  antly refusing lo turn off to the loft  to let anothor vohiole pass. Ho thought  tho oounoil should take Borne steps to  see that the rulo of the road was mora  strictly enforced.  Several suggesteh remedies were discussed, from placing polei at tho ...Intersect ions ol t he main st roots and com-  polling drivers to go round them to  putting notiri" boards al1 the corners  of streets with the warning lo keep to  the left. II was finally deeidod to  have nolicrs plaoed in thc i ewspapers  calling the attention of the 'lublio to  the require.-ncnls of Ihe law.  The meeting thsn adjourned,  K. Thompson  Hiibburdston.���1st  I,.   K. Taylor.  Alexander.���1st    W. Sturtridge,     2nd,  W. A. Lang, 3rd II. W. Raymer.  Spy.--1st  II. W.  Raymer, 2nd I..    F���  Taylor-.  | Delicious.���lsl     II.    \V.   Ituymcr,    3rd.  Mrs. Harvey,  Hlenlieini Orange.���1st  H. 0. M. Curd-  uer, 2nd II. W. Kayiner.  Colden Russett.���1st W. A. I.ang, 2nd  South  Kelowna  Land Co.  Dlue Penrmain.��� 1st I.. K. Taylor. 2nd  pui of tin  .1.  It.  Drown.  Haldwin.���2nd -I. Mcl.uugh.in.  Akin Rod,���2n   H. Rurloh.  X. W. Crooning.���1st I..  IC. Taylor.  Cuno.-2nd W. A. I.ang. 2nd H.  Chaplin.  King Duvid.-2nd K.I..II. Co., Brd,  V.   Chaplin.  Canada   Haldwin.���2nd   .1.   II.     Drown  3rd, (1. K. Thompson,  Yellow Newtown,��� 2nd   I. I,. I'ridhain.  X. Y. Wine.-lxl  D. F.. Cellatly.  Yellow Relleflowcr.- 3rd South Kclow  nn Land Co.  Wismer Dessert.���3rd II. V. Chaplin.  Tonnnn Sweet.��� 2nd .1. T. Campbell,  3rd A. 1,. Cross.  Twenly-ounce.���1st   R.  Munson.  S. Beauty.- 2nd W. C. Rbickwood.  Stnrk.-3rd. II. V. Chaplin.  Solome.-lst I..  F.. Taylor.  Ribslon  Pippin,���lsl     .1.  1..  I'rirHiniii,  3rd, H. C, Seddon.  II.  I. Cireuing.���3rd. 0. L. Prldhsm.  Ontario.��� 1st J.  McLaughlin, 2nd 11.  K. I*igh.  Collection  of fall apples���1st,  H.    V.  Chaplin.  Collection   winler apples,���  1st II. V.  Chaplin, 2nd 1.. F. Taylor.  Clairgeau.���1st  L.   E.  Taylor,   2nd  G.  Anderson.  NelKs.-lst      L.  E, Taylor,  11. V. Chaplin. 3rd. H. Burtch  Anjou��� 1st fl.  Anderson. 2nd  0. Co. 3rd. .1. T. Campbell.  Howell.- 1st 1,. E. Taylor, 2nd,     0.  Anderson, 3rd. ,1. T. Campbell  Flemish Beauty.��� 1st L. F,. ���   Taylor,  2nd    H.    V. Chaplin.    3rd. J. T.  Campbell.  Bartlett,- 2nd ,1. E. Reekie.  Collection  fail pears.���1st  L  lor,  2nd,  H.  V.  Chaplin.  Colluctivm winter penrs.��� TI.  lin.  CRAB APPLFS  Hyslop.- 1st H. V. Chaplin, 2nd, W.  Scott.  Florence.���1st, K.L.O. Co.  Transcendent,��� 2nd  K.L.O.   Co.,  3rd,  .1. McLaughlin.  PEACHES  Fitzgorald.���1st .1. T. Campbell.  Kurly Charlotte- 1st W. A. Lang.  Orange Quince,��� 2nd II. V. Chaplin.  CRAPES  Collection of grapes.��� 2nd H. V. Chaplin. -       ...  Delaware.���2nd II. W. l.nng,  Moore's Early,��� 2nd ,1. E. Reekie,  3rd, W. A. Lang.  Sweet ffn'tsr,��� 2nd. W. A. T.ang, 3rd  II.  V. Chaplin.  Black Hamburg.��� 1st H. V. Chaplin.  PI.IMS AM) Pltl.NF.S  Lomlmwl.- 3rd. H. V. Chaplin.  Yellow Kgg,��� 2nd II. V. Chaplin.  Coos Coition.���2nd  W.   A.     Lung,  Q.  E.  Thompson.  I'onds Seedling.-- 2nd  11.  Rivers D.  Diamond,��� 1st  lor.  Crnnd Duku.��� 1st 1..  R, Taylor,   2nd,  K.I..O.C,,.. 3rd H. V. Chaplin,  t'oliinibia,��� 2nd  I..  E. Taylor.  Sugur Prune.��� 2nd H. Hill. 3rd.    L.  E. Taylor.  Brndshuw,��� 2nd L. E. Taylor.  Collection of plums.��� 3rd. H. V. Chap  lin..  NEW BANDMASTER FOR KELOWNA  BAND  Mr. W. H. May, from Vernon will  take charge of the eity band in place  of Mr. N, Bornholdt who left Sunday  for Calgary. The hew bandmaster  has had charge for several seasons of  the Vernon Fire Brigade Baud, and  the high state of efficiency ��� to which  that band has attained, under Mr.  May's command speaks well for his  powers as a conductor and trainer.  Mr. May Ib indeed s first-class leader  of either band or orchestra. He ia en  old country military band man and  has had a good deal of experience in  this country. He ia anxious that any  beginners should meet nim at the band  room any Monday when a night could  bo arranged for individual tuition.  $130 Per AnnumSS'  3rd  Hill.  I.. E. Tay-  I  PEARS  B. Hardy,- 1st L. E. Taylor.  Vloa-i WnkefWd.-lst L. E. Taylor  Rose��� 1st L. E. Taylor.  Buorre Boussock.���1st. 0.  Anderson  Duchcss.-lat TT. V. Chaplin,   2nd,  E. Taylor.  Limine Bonne Jersey.��� 1st II. V. Chap  lin. 2nd L. E. Taylor, 3rd    .1. T.  Campbell.  II. C. CltOWF.HS' LTD. MAKE FINE  SHOWING  The entries  in  the boxed  apple section were tukoiroure of by  the    B. 0,  Growers, Ltd.,    Mr. B. McDonald taking down somo 45 entries in thu five  and    one box    classes, carrying away  44  prizes,  22  firsts,   13 seconds,     and  9 thirds.        A st II    better     showing  might  have been made but a     largo  shipment  was   leluyod    iu  transit und arrived too late to bo, entered.     In  prize   money    the    B. 0.  Growers'  lAil.    net tod the respectable  'hum of $415. The exhibits were    well  V- displayed and attracted a good deal  of attention from visitors to the fair.  'I-1 lie boxedfruit wns afterwards sold to  Messrs David;Spencer's and by them  offered for sale at 18.35 per box. Following is u list of the prizes won by  the B. C. drawers' Ltd.  APPLES- FIVE BOX CLASSES  Grimes Golden.��� lsl   I. C. Brown, 2nd  r,   Bulman.  Jonathan.��� 1st W.  II. Ford. 2nd   W.  C.  Spenoor.  Northern Spy.��� 1st E. Dart  Spitzcnburg,���1st S. C. Cosens.  Yellow  Newtown,��� 1st  E.  Dart,  0. H. Geen.  Mcintosh.���1st W. C. Spencer, 2nd  Hurt. 3rd, Geo. lv Thompsnn,  ONE BOX CLASSES).  SpiUenburg,���1st S. C. Cosens.  Yellow Newtown.-lst E. Dart.  C.   H.   Geen.  3rd.   McDonald  E. Hart, |  Grimes    Golden,��� 2nd    .), C, Brown.  3rd. Goo. K. Thompson.  Mcintosh.���1st    E. Dart,    2nd   W. C.  .   Silencer. 3rd. R. E. Harris..  Wagner,���1st C. H. Geen. 2nd, W. 0,  Spencer, 3rd, R, E. Harries.  Weallhy.���1st T. Bulmnn.  Northern  Spy,��� 1st T. Bulman,    3rd  E. Dart.  Snow.���1st A. G. Ferrier.  Delicious,���tit E. Dart, 2nd W. Sturtridge (for E. Dart.) 3rd. MoDonald.  (for E. Dart.)  Blenheim Orange.��� 1st   R. E. Harris,  Big Shipment of  Okanagan Apples  The shipment of no leas than sixteen  arloads ol Okanagan apples for Australia by the steamship Marama, together with 300 tona of British ��� Vl.mi-  bia potatoes and a large quantity of  onions for Suva, Fiji Islands, has eiv-  en great satisfaction to Fruit Inspector Cunningham, because the Australian quarantine regulations in regard  fruit are the most severe in the  World. Tho prospocta are very good  for a largo trade,    in view of the Net.  hat  Rritish  Columbia  products      aro  clean and pure.   Thi   i-rtire fruit    waa  nspected    by Mr.    Cunninghmn, who  made out forty    certificate* testifying |  to the fact    that the shipment     had I  assed all the tests.  Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Markham left for  tho Coast Wednesday for a short cisit.  Father Verboke left Sunday last by  automobile for Vernon on his way to  Vancouver.  The Mlthodist Ladies' Aid will hold  a Thanksgiving Dinner on Monday,  October 20th in Raymer's small haU.  Dinner will be hit,eel from 6 to S p.  m. Al 8 p.m., a musical program ;vill  be given in the ohurch.  T,a  'ind  B.  2nd.  (for  Rutland News  (From our own CorredDonclent.,  Mr. C. M. Leech left on Wednesday  morning for a few weeks holiday at  Victoria.  The Tea meeting on Tuesday evening  next is to be a record. The Ladies'  Aid aro having a cooking bea, and  nl. tho bachelors aro to have extra  cuts of pie and then after the old-  fashioned tea struggle comes the digestive tonic, in the shape of speeches,  music and recitations. So come along  as soon as you can after six, and  don't  forget your ticket of four hits.  K.  I. *.it-.-n-ii;.   lsl  T. Bulman,    lad  W.  Sturtridge.  Ontario,���1st W. C. Spencer, ,2nd Geo.  V.. Thompson, 3rd, McDonald.  Hubbardston,���1st S. 0, Cosens,   Aid  McDonald,(for  S.  C.  Cosens.)  Yellow Belleflower.��� IbI McDonald (for  R. B. Harris*, 2nd R. E. Harriss.  Bon Davis,��� 1st R. E. Harris,   3rd T,  Bulman.  Ribston Pippin,��� 1st T. Bulman.  The B. C. Growers' Ltd., alio took  first prize for the *"Best Packed Apples in box,  ready for shipping.'-  MR. T. G. SPEER HAS MANY  SUCCESSES  Mr. T. G. Speer    aho took down a  mall private display, and added considerably to the total number ol priz-  won by the district,   his winnings  in the box classes aro given below:  Five Box Classes,��� Grimes Golden,  third prize; GravonHtein, first prize;  One Box Classes,��� Jonathan, second  prize; Northern Spy, secand prize; Winter Banana, first, second and third  prizes; Ben Davis, second prize.  Mr. Speer also won a number ol  prises in the plate classes, records ot  which are not yet available.  Tijit Packing Schools  GOOD WORK OF PREVIOUS YEARS  WILL BE CONTimJED  The department of agriculture, in  accordance With its policy of the pasty  four years, will continue the fruit  packing schools daring the coming  winter, season. The packing schools  proved even more popular in 1913 than  previously and we expect that there  will be a great growth in the work  this winter. It is hoped that this  year schools will be plaeed in every  fruit district of the province, vhere  a sufficient number of pupils can be  Becured.  The class of instructions furnished by  experts employed by the department  in previous years has demonstrated its  efficiency in meeting the competition  of Oregon and Washington in fruit  packing. The experience and standing  of the instructors Becured and the confidence reposed in them by the department guarantee to the fruit  growers the highest class of instruction.  As in pervious years, the local administration of the packing schools  will be placed in the hands of a responsible local body, such as the Farmers' Institute, The Fruit Growers' As-  sociatioo or the Board of Trade.  The department of agriculture provides the instructor, and pays his expenses. The department will also bear  the cost of the packing paper, the  fruit and al) other legitimate expenses  except that of the secretarial work,  which it has been found most satisfactory to leave to local arrangement,  and the rent of the hall, and its heating and lighting.  The responsible organization in each  case will be required to guarantee a  minimum of twelve pupil*., but not  more than fifteen with the proper  qualifications, at a fee of three dollars  each, to take twelve lessons of two  and a half hours a lesson, the school  extending over the week, ln a limited number of districts a double paok-  ing school can be arranged for, in  ���vhich the minimum guarantee will be  twenty-four pupils, but not more than  thirty, for the same number of lessons.  The hall for fifteen pupils must be  at least- 30 feet by 15 feet and well  lighted. It must be sufficiently heated  to prevent chilling of the fingers of  the packers, and to prevent < freezing of the fruit at night.  Tho department wiU<, as far as possible use local fruit. At the time of  making applicatioM for the packing  school, you are requested to reserve  fruit at the rate of -i to 3 boxes per  pupil. The harder varieties such as  Ben Davis are preferred. Fruit must-  be in good condition, but need not be  graded and none should run under 2j  inches in diameter. The department  will pay the legitimate market price  aB determined by the Instructor oo  inspection.  If local fruit cannot be secured, thi  denartment should be expresely notified and will undertake to secure same-  The instructor will brjng with Mm  the necessary packing tables and fruit  paper. The department expects that  ho will be met on his arrival by some  responsible person, who should provide  him with all. the necessary information  no as to get the school under way  without loss of time.  It seems hardly necessary to present  to you the important advantages to  be gainod from the packing school,  particularly in the way of practical  nnd thorough instruction in actual  commercial packing.  Fruit growers will gain, in addition, a good deal of information about  the methods and equipment used by  the most progressive associations, also about the interpretation of ths  Fruit Marks Aot, and about exhibition packing by attending the packing  school for instruction.  Pupils who gain a score of 75 p.o.,  for efficiency in the packing school,  nnd who put up a creditablo paok  for the department prizes the following  autumn, will receive a diploma certifying to the seme from the department.  Wm. G. SCOTT.  Deputy Minister.  Mr. W. G, Benson returned yesterday  from a visit to the ooast.  Mrs. T. C. Kerr 'eft- Saturday Inst  for Victoria where she will Hpend the  winter. She was accompanied by Miss  Gase. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBFB 9, 1918  *��    MtWISSlOWAI, AMD    **  ��*      lUSIIf KSS CARDS     ������  BURNS & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  ���aGLOWNA, k B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KSiaOWNA, ::  B.C,  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  H.w.u.n Mock, K.lewna   -   'Phon. 206  P.O. Bex. 509  C. Har..,. I.A., Ss.. C.E., D.L.5., I.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY.  QVIL ENGINEER  end   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B, C.  Phens 147. P.O. Boa 231  PIANOFORTE  MB. BAHOLD  TOD  BOYD  RECEIVES  PUPILS  lAl Ik. Sla.lio. TimcK Block, K.lown.  Malic  of  ��Y��nr  daacripSon  aup.ltad.  P.O. Box 437  RICHARD H.  PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL INCINF.F.R  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  r. 0. los ItS Tliorr.. SS  Corner Petieozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lessons in  riANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  alio  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwiae'  STUDlO-Miirri.on.Tlioiiip.oii Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR k BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  ���nd estimates given (or public Build-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Fitnolorte, Organ, Voice Production  tinging, Htrmon!),Cuun.erpoln.,&c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.F.C.O.  (Aaaacul. af ik. Royal Collet, ol Orta.iata. Und.)  Givea Icon, in th. above .ubiects.  Qualified  by  examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  saccsssas  at local  ���uminationa (Trinity  Collage, London)  I)  yaars' successful teaching experience  (Studta   ���   Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  YITBRIUARY SURGEOal  (Cndaa*. MeCill Uaivmltr)  Raaidanct t   GLENN AVENUE  at the office  of  t. Williama  Messem may bs lift  M.aara. nstt.nbury  Hist PRANCES A. PEARSON  L.B.A.M. (London)  teaehe, eorracl  - VOICS PRODUCTION, SINGING  Bex 368, Kelowna.  Or apply "Record" Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��, Willi.'* Bloch   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  CONCRETE  WORK  1 have a complete plant <-f power  mixers and all appliances (or concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to this work,  in which I nave had many years'  experience.  AU Kinds of   tment Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  'PHONE KM  'M.ONE4304  -*���  KELOWNK RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor aad Proprietor  Subscription Bates:  loathe.  CniUd  AU aabaeriotioD. oavabla ia advanoe.  S1..U    MI  TMTi    7(0.,   aU  lata. IB wat. addilioaal.  aluUwlaara a. ta. rasulor rat. oaa hava  UUI Maori mailed lo Iriarida al a diatunca  at UALir RATH. I*. 7t aaata nr v����r.  'fata ap.cl.1 pri'11.1. fc�� STeatad tor tha  pursoM el advwllaios tha citv aad diatric.  Advertiaing Rotes:  LUDUS HOTICES,  mui KSSlllNAl. 0ABD8.  ���TC., 31 cola par column inch par wvak.  1.ANU  AMD Tlllllfcll NU'llCta-80  Jon.   .6:  SO dan, 17.  WATKR NOTICES-IS tor liva inrrartiuna.  LEGAL  AUVKHTIHINU-Kiiat     irraerlioi,.     12  oaaia par liar, .ace aubaaqueot loaurtiun. 8  net. par  Ua..  CLASSIFIED AWVKBTlBKMliNTS-a centi Mr  word  tfrit   iu��wiion.   1   oaol  ptr   wmil   BftOl  RUbMQsWnk  lwMrtiun>  DISPLAY    ADTBHTlSKllENTS-lN.u    in.tm.  aad twdar, 00 wata par inch torsi iniertiun;  ever two iathm 40 oaats per .noli lint ia-  Mrttoa. SO  Moll  pvf loch    Mib  ���ubMuuim.  iaeertioa.  All olutaaM U eoetrMt advartlMn. hiIb muat  be la tha kaada ol tb* winter bv TuMtlay  ���vuaiag    to    ���tatui*   publication  \m  the     next  itnsi  Amuug.it the many signs that wa  art wining to tbe sad ul the year is  the annouue*.-it'iit iu another column  that ths city clerk is getting busy  with the compilation of the municipal  voters' liit, nml in this uonuuctiou it  is intereat ing to note that the provincial lawmakers have seen fit to remove some ol the .ti��abilities under  which a large section nf tbe oHUoub  have labored for the past year or two.  The somewhat embarrassing discovery  three years ago in Victoria that owing  to a misinterpretation of the Elections  .cf the council ol that city were illegally elected, and must vacate their  positions in a body, leaving tho capital with no one in control, luada other cities adhere more closely to the  letter of the law in respect to the  qualification! of voters. This law  read that owners of property, before  they could claim a vote for such property must be,actually in possession of  a properly registered title. Now -join-  paratiwly few property owners could  produce such a document, in soimi  cases because, although they were really and truly ownert they had neglected to get into touch with tht. registry  office. The great majority, however,  held their property only under  agreement of sale, that is, that, they  were paying the "balance by instalments." A great .howl of diBgust went  up from all over the province when it  was found that none of this latter  class could have a voice in civic matters. The fact that they ware paying  the thick end of the tales went for  nothing���they must pay up the ���"balance" and get their registered title  before they could be enrolled as vot  Dr. Darby has held the onerous office of secretary since 1889, and he  has not only been an eloquent' exponent of peace principles in the interests  of the cause, but by his pen he hasma-  terially contributed to the promulgation of the principles which he haH  vocally  advocated.  Ho is to speak in the Methodist  church tonight, and hia aim is to establish a local branch of the Peace  Society, which aims at substituting  arbitration methods for the horrors,  the crushing expenditure ami the cruel  devastation of war���"the statesman's  game, the hired .aMMsin's trade."  The Canadian Northern railway now  connects Ottawa with Toronto. Tho  first train over the now route started  frnm Toronto, bringing Sir William  Mackenzie on a tour of inspection. The  new route brings Toronto and Ottawa  lo" miles nearer together.  Mr. Claude Grabame-White is making  serious plans for an aeroplane flight  across the Atlantic. He has designed  a biplane with which he believes he can  undertake the flight in safety and he  jo]    iu.tuidii.be .pij eif) imp   -\�� 1 cnu,*,.��  the trip will not cost more than   830,-  000.  City of Kelowna  WARNING  Notice is hereby given that the Municipal Council has this day ordered  that the Provincial Traffic regulations  be strictly enforced in this city. Vehicles meeting must turn to the left.  A vehicle being overtaken must turn  to the left. A vehicle overtaking another must turn to the right. Furious  racing or driving on the streets is  prohibited.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, 0. C. City Clerk  October 3rd,  1013.  46-7  This was obviously an injustice, and  it was not long before petitions as  numerous as the leaves of autumn began to be showerbd upon those responsible, calling for a more equitable  state of things. The municipal commission which toured the province  some time ago had to listen to speeches without end from indignant citizens  who clamored for the rights of man  as insistently, though nut so forcibly  perhaps, as Mra. Pankhurst and her  followers are clamoring for tha rights  ot women. Ths Onion ol B. 0. Municipalities alao took the mutter up. It  was ph.in that something must be  done to give hack to those who paid  tha taxes the right to sleot the men  to spend them.  Laat year a somewhat feeble effort  in this direction w��s made by allowing  purchaneis of property under such  agreements to obtain from the vendor! a document handing over the voting rights to tmeh purchaser. This plan  however wan too complicated and  meant the taking more trouble than  the avwrnge will take to got ths  vote to which he had a perfect right.  This year, therefore, the powers that  ba have seen fit to remove the offending restriction altogether, and so the  poor tax paytsr comes into his own  again. All ha used do is to satisfy the  city olerk with a statutory declaration that hst (or she) is the holder  of the last ���.agreement to purchase and  that he is responsible for the payment  of the Uxf't. on the said property. All,  did we say? No, that is not all. In  making this Inst amendment the government has had an eye to relieving  some of the worries of chairmen of  finance committees. All claimants for  standing as voter? must also have  PAID their taxes up to date! No  use kicking against that.  It isito be regretted hat> wider publicity has not been given to the visit  which is being paid today to Kelowna  of Dr. William Evan* Darby, secretary  of tha Peace Society, in connection  witi. tha peace movement of Western  Canada.  The Society, aiming, as it does at  universal good, pursujes its activities  on an intornational and world-wide  seale.  Fall Suits and  Overcoats  are  arriving  every few dayi, and  you are always welcome to inspect  them whether you intend   to  buy  now or later  Men's Suits ��� $7.50 to $30.00  ���    Overcoat*. $13 to $21  If you wear a  FIT-RITE  Suit you  have the  aatisfaction  of  knowing you are as well clothed as  the best.   You can have them in  Ready-Made  OR  Made to Measure  Suits Cleaned & Pressed  at reasonable charges  I H. F. I  nnr  i  c  Kl  S  Water Street  (I.t Block North)  Near Bank ol Montreal  Look for tlie Sign  that's on TOP  KELOWNA-WEST BANK:  STEAM FERRY  mwsSnar'iisssiiiihssiassssssai tstsssssmsm  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leaves Westbank 11.30 a.m.  City of Kelowna  MUNICIPAL VOTERS' LIST. 1914  Notice is hereby given thnt the  Voters' List of the City of Kelowna,  for the year 1914. is bein^ prepared.  The following are tne qualifications  required by municipal voters:  l.-AS AN OWNER: Any male or  female, British subject of the full  age of twenty-one yeari. who is  the assessed owner of land or real  property within the corporate.  limits of this City of the assessed  value of not less than one hundred dollars;  Provided that when the assessed owner is the holder of     the  last   agreement  to purchase    said  land or real property or the last  assignee of said agreement,    such  assessed owner, before having his  name entered on the  voters'  list  ���hall    have filed with the     olerk  or assessor of tho oity before the  closing of the voters' list a statutory declaration proving that he  or she in the holder of the    last  agreement     to purchnae land  or  real property or is the last assignee thereof, by the terms of which  such  holder or assignee is  liable  to pay the taxe��, has paid     the  current  years tales and Is a British subject. OWNERS1 declarations  must lw filed before 5.(K) p.m., on  Monday, December 1st, 1918,  V..--AN A LIOBNOE HOLDER)   Any  male or fomnh>, British subject of  the  full  agi.  of  Iwenty-one  years  who is the holder of a    trade licence, the annual (ee for     which  is not less than Five Dollars.  ...-AH  A   HOUSE HOLDER.     Any  male or female,     British    subject  of the full    age   of    twenty-one  years   who   occupies a    lwniMig  house,  house,  tenement,  hotel  or  boarding house, who has 1 -wn    a  resident    of this    oity   from the  first of January    of the currant  year aud    who has paid directly  to the city, all rates, taxes    and  assessments which aro not chargeable on land, which rates,    taxes  or assessments so paid amount to  not,  loss  that  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, 1913, make and cause to    be  delivered to the City Clerk a statutory  declaration which must bo filed within  forty-eight hours after same is   made.  All declarations made by Licence holders and House holders must be    filed  before 5,00 p.m., on Friday,    October  31st, 1913.  Forms of declaration may be obtained from the undersigned.  G. H. DUN**-  Kelowna, B. C. Oity Clerk  October 6th, 1913, 46-9  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  "Phone No. 108  m  W. f. A1TKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana and Ealimatea  Finiahinii work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS *.  Coal mining right, of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatohswan and Albar-  ta, ths Yukon Territory, tha Nosth-  wast Territories, and in a portioa of  ths Provinoe of British Columbia, may  ba leased for a term ol twonty-oao  years at an annual rental of t> an  acre. Not more than lflbH asres  will be leased to one applioant.  Applioation for the least mut ba  made by the applioant in ptrttt to  ths Agent or Sub-Agent of the distriot  in which the rights applied for ar*  aituated.  In surveyed territory the land most  be described by seotions, or legal sub-  divisions of sections, and in unaurvey-  ed territory the tract applied ior  shall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Each applioation must ba asoosa-  panied by a fee of to whioh will ba  refunded if the rights applied lot  are not available, but not othtnria*.  A royalty ahall bs paid on tha merchantable output of ths mine at tha  rate of five cants per ton.  The person operating ths mine shall  furnish ths agent with sworn rttuma  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay tha  royalty thereon. II the coal mining  rights are not being operated, sash  rsturns should be furnished' al but  onoe a year.  The lease will include tha ooal saining rights only, but the leasee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may ba ���on-  sidered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an earn.  For full information application  should be made to the secretary ol  ths Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent of Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. COBY,  Deputy Minister of tha Interior.  N. B.��� Unauthorized publication    ot  this advertisement will not be   paid  for.  Kelowna Garage & Machine Works Co., Ltd  L  Not Too Late  yet to purchase that Car  and enjoy many fine trips  before cold weather sets in  Our stock of cars is being reduced  rapidly now, but we are pretty sure  to have something here that will  please you either in a New or  -       ��        Rebuilt Car  Come and See our stock and arrange  -��� for a demonstration ���  Kelowna Garage & Machine Works Co., Ltd.;  j  ;.*>��'��� ��>  THERE is big money in chicken  raising if you want to go into  it for profit. But there is also a lot of money in it if  you desire to raise them (or your own table or to sell them  to your neighbours. You can have a chicken dinner every  day (or ' next to nothing ' if you will take our advice.  We have much land suitable for chicken  raising from a back yard space to a large  tract. Call and tee our list and let us also  give you some Money-Making Pointers  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Our representative ti now in London. Eng.   Send in.your  Hit and get in touch with Engliah buyers  'Phon* 240  P.O. Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinists and Engineers  (Garage in connection)   !  i  \K/,p Rpnalr   ^"w ^'" M"ch'i��y, Factory Machinery,  " Steam Engines, Steam Fillings, Boilers, Gat  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  Automobiles  We StOCrt   C��ld  R��"ed Sh��,kin��1  Bolu' Satw*-  Nu,��'  and Engineers' Supplies  Agsnt. for the famou.  CADILLAC CARS  alao for  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK  we  have  engaged  the  tervicet of  an  automobile expert who hat had yeart of experience in first-class  thopt.   Wc are giving satiafaction to a great many car ownert  in the valley and can aatiafy you.  Shops  Kelowna Machine  A. McQUARRIE. Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -   - KELOWNA, B.  m THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  URDERED  are the prices at the great Bankrupt Selling Out Sale.  Hundreds of people have been here, bought and saved  as they never saved before.    Think over  $25,000  worth of high-grade and seasonable dependable merchandise going at prices that are simply staggering, it  behoves you to get here and reap the  REWARD  or benefit of this timely money-saving opportunity;  come in to-morrow, Friday or Saturday night (store will  be closed all day Saturday remarking the entire stock  for the whirlwind finish). The store hasbeen closed, not  BY THE SHERIFF  but to mark down and arrange the the stock, to handle the immense crowds lhat  are now attending, so we warn you to get here if you value money. Read below  the prices then hurry ,  Hundreds of Men's Suits to be sacrificed  Come and buy Two for  MEN'S  SUITS- positively worth to ^  (10 or    your   money refunded.     Any Z,j7��)  time during the Bankrupt Sale    SUITS- Worth to $15.00 or your  money refunded. Any time during this  Bankrupt Sale    MEN'S SUITS.- In high grade dark  silk mixed cheviots, splendid tailored. Regular prioe to $18.00. Bankrupt Sale Prioe   5.85  6.95  Blue Serge,   Blaok   Thibet and   Unfinished    worsted Suits;   also    Riohfield  Brown,      and    Brown   stripes. Suits   O.vD  that     sell    up   to   $322.50.   Bankrupt  Sale Prioe   Shoes almost Given away  MEN'S BOOTS��� For business   wear, r  that     mean    servioa    aad     comfort,    l.jj  worth to $3.50; now    MEN'S FINE BOOTS.- Made from  selected oalf akin and vici kid; beet  workmanship and finish; worth up  to $6.00; now  $2.96, $3.46 and  1.95  SUITS.��� Perfeotly tailored, it seems _ ..���  a pity to sell them so low; regular Jf.jfO  prioe to $25.00. Bankrupt Salt Prioe...  ths price of One  FINEST   SUITS.- For     best     dress  wear,  and those fashionable diagonal  grey    effects;     finest    hand tailoring, 11   jjj)  worth    up    to $35.00. Bankrupt Sale  Price    Men's Fine RainooatB and Overooats,  worth to $15.00. Bankrupt Sale  Prico    4.95  Gents' Furnishing Slaughtered  Men's Shirts, regular   prices to $1.00.  Price  35o.  Men's ShirtB, white and fancy patterns  prices $1.50 to $3.00. Price   85c.  Men's Underwear; worth to $1.50. Sale  Price   45c.  Men's Handkerchiefs:    worth   to   16c.,  now 3for   10c.  Cotton Hose, worth to 25o., now ... 5o  Men's  Embroidered  Suspenders, worth  to 50c, Sole Price   16o.  Men's Underwear, worth 50c, now 20c  Sweaters and sweater coats, worth to  $3.00, now   86o.  Gloves, worth to 75c, now   25c  60o. and $1.00 Cuff Buttons   15c  Overalls, worth to 81.00, now  .��� 46c  Razors, worth to $3.00   45c  Ties, worth 50c, now   16c  Ladies Hose worth to 36c. now... 10c  25 and 35 cent Arm Bands  lOo.  By request sale  will continue  Monday, Oct. 13th  Great Bankrupt Selling Out Sale  CUT PRICE STORE  Corner Pendozi Street and Lawrence Avenue.  Look for the big signs  Auction Sale  at  R. E. HARRIS-.'  Five Bridges, i-mile from Kelowna  THURS., OCT. 23, at 1.30  1 pair Heavy Horses, 2800 pounds.  1 grey Saddle or Paok Horse.  1 Four-year-old Driving Horee.  1 Throe-year-old Driving Mare.  2 Two-year-old Colts.  1 Pur�� Brud Holetein. Bull.  2 Lumber Wagons.  1 Two-seated Surrey.  1 Rubber Tired Phaetom  1 Dog Cart.  2 pair Double Driving Hnrnet-S.  1 pair Team Harness.  1 Single Driving Harness.  1  DeLaval Cream Separator.  1 Milk Cooler.  1 Kurt hern Churn.  Dairy Toole.  Cook Stove.  3 Doors.  1 Cider MUI.  Root Pulper.  Leader Compressed Air water outfit,  with pump and gasoline engine.  3 Cider Mills.  Old Homestead Range and Hot Water  Boiler.  Kitchen Cabinet.  Refrigerator.  Dishes. Pots and Pans. .  Kitchen Table.  Washing Maohine,  3 Iron Cots for Children.  3 Iron Single Beds and Matresses.  3'Book Cases.  2 9 x 19 Carpet Squares.  2 Bureaus.  Folding Bed and Mattress.  Oak Dining Table.  6 Oak Dining Chairs.  1 Oak'Side Board.  1 Oak Side Table.  1 Oak Centre Table.  1 Oak Unbrella Stand.  1 Side Board.  1 3ootion.il Book Case.  Folding Couch.  Steel Folding Couch.  Musio Stand.  Piano Lamp.  2 Parlor Lamps.  1 Ash Side Board.  3 Wicker Chairs.  Hight Day Clock.  Roll Top Desk.  Office Chair.  Pictures.  2 Dressers.  Bureaus.  Oak Rooker.  Double   bed nnd    sprui^H, nnd    ninny  other articloft.  Thia jh n fine ohnnc.- to procure n<iod  articles, as many of them nre from  the old country,  TKUM8:- Under Hin.fMJ oath, over  that amount 3 months erodit on furnishing approved j oint note* at 7  per cent.  AUTOMOBILE MEN PAY FLYING  VISIT TO KELOWNA  Mr. J. R. Brooking of the Overland  Factory and Mr. C. S. Brown. Sales  Manager of the Spokane branch* together with Mr. Morrin of Morrin k  Thompson, Phoenix, B.C. distributors)  for the 'interior, made a fly visit to  Kelowna this week, arriving Monday  evening and leaving at 7 a.m. Tuesday. They are travelling in a 1914  Overland and will' re-enter the States  by way of Oroville, completing, a trip  of somo three thousand miles through  B.C. and Washington. Short as their  stay may have been here sufficient  time waa given the Burbank Motor Co,  to order ten Overlands, deliveries to  be made during the season of 1914.  The information that Mr. Brookings  was able to advance as to the rapid  nt rides in factory .x|iiipment and .output, proved very interesting and the  faot that BD.000 Overlands will be  built and sold during the coming,, season is explained to a great extent by  the stundni-fliziUmn of the output aB  they will build a thirty-five horso  power chassis only which will be equipped with touring, roadster and coupe  bodies.  The San Francisco branch have already contracted for 5,000 and Mr,  Brown advises that Spokano branch  have specified deliveries of 500 oars  for the 1914 trade.  VIOLATION OF SFFD CONTROL  ACT  A case of general interest to fiarmere  and others throughout British Colum*  bia was recently brought under thil  act when the Sylvester Feed.Company  ot Victoria was convicted of Belling  cabbage weed of low vitality without  indicating the percentage of the same.  Under section 10 of the Dominion Seed  Control Act all farm and vegetable  seeds which germinate lower than two-  thirds the standard vitality of good  Beed for that particular variety, must  be -ttbeled with the percentage of germination.  It iB the intention of the Dominion  department of agriculture to strictly  enforce all thc provisions of the Seed  Control Act of 1911, and anyone handling seeds should soe to tt that their  Heed complies with this act. The  Domininn Seed Laboratory nt Calgary  Alberta, is at the service'of anyone  desirous of having aeed tested either  for vitality or weed secda. Copies of  the Act and information aB to the  same may also be obtained from tho  same address.  ���T. C. STOCKWELL.  Auctioneer.  SCHOOL TRUSTEES   CONVENTION  IN VICTORIA  What promises to be the most successful convention ever held by the  B. C. Association of School Trustees  in the ten years of its existence will  take place in Victoria on Oct. 21, --���  23, and 24. Word has been received  from boards aU over the provinoe,  stating that they are sending delegates and in many cases the entire  board will form a delegation to ths  convention.  Tho program which haa been drawn  up promises to bring many subject!,  which are of vital intereat to education. Not the leaBt interesting of these  will be tho question of achool chil  drcn's health.  BANK RATE IS RAISED  After a prolonged discussion the directors of tho Bank ol England recent  ly decided, to raise the bank rate from  1J to 5 por cent., as a precautionary  measure to protect the banks' reserve  which had l*en iepletod by over tiO,-  000,000 this week by exports to Egypt.  Amusements  COMING ATTRACTIONS AT     THE  OPERA  HOUSE  "A Bachelor's Honeymaon", under  the management of A. Mayo BradfieM,  tho greatest laugh play ever written,  will be the offering at the opera house  on Wedneadgy, Ootober 22nd. It is  a high class, clean-cut comedy, devoid  of anything vulgar and is a play you  are sure to enjoy. Writing of this  show  ilie Minot papers say:  "A Bachelor's Honeymoon" has a  laugh for everyone. Staged and presented in a manner which left UUle  room for improvement."  "A Bachelorjs Honeymoon" at the  Grand last nitfht delighted the audience that filled the house. As a tonic  for the bluos and real laugh producer  tho comedy last evening answered all  rewuiremenls,  "Eddie O'B.ien and Miss Rose Ains-  worth in the leading roles were worthy of the places they held.  Clean, clover comedy wns presented���  the kind that was promised in the advance notioes. A. Mayo Bradfield, the  manager of the company has won a  large number of friends ol former tripe  in Canada is assured of a warm wet-  omo hers.  ���SECOND-  OKANAGAN  VALLEY  APPLE  SHOW  TO BE HELD IN  VERNON, B.C.  OCT. 22 & 23  1913  Mount View Methodist  Church  -  - Rutland, B.C.  Jn Old-Fathioncd  TEA MEETING  is to be held on  TUESDAY, OCTOBER Nth  A Program of Music, Redlaliom and Speeches arranged for  "Proceeds In aid of Church Building Fund  Tickets 50c each.  SECOND HAND  ��� STORE ���  A. E. COX  SucceMor to H. Hoirock.  Water Street, near Opera Home  P.O. Bo. 671 Phone 65  Wo Buy Everything Uaed in ths Hollas  Call and inspect our atock of  STOVES, BEDS. TABLES,  ta,  SPECIAL:  I Typewriter Table  1 Office Desk I Side Board  I  12 i 14 ft. Tent  Cook Stove, Heater, Etc.  % piece Dinner Set at  $10.75  KELOWNA    :     B.C  Auction  Every  Saturday   Afternoon  in the Auction Rooms  I havs to offer aa special thia war),:  Beautiful Oak Book Case, Graadfslh  ers Crook, Perambulator, Dining Tabic,  Grunaphone, White Ir��� Bed and Mattress, Oak Table, Mahogany Rocker,  Sewing Machine, Single Driving Harness, Child's White Iron Crib with  Mattress, also many other artioles.  HAVE YOU ANYTHING FOR SALK/  If so, please send it in  J. C. STOCKWEI-L.  Auctioneer.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA. KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1913*  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Nursery Stock for Fall  or Spring Planting  (One year budded on imported French seedlings, three-year  " roots)  APPLES  Newtown Pippin  Delicuua  Spitzenberg  Wealthy  Mcintosh  Jonathan  King David  Grimes Golden,1 j  And other varieties  CRAB APPLES  PEARS  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  D'Anjou  Bo  Du Cornice  PLUMS  Bradshaw  Italian Prunes  CHERRIES  Bing  Lambert  Windsor  Royal Anne  Olivette  English Morello  Our  Stock  haa  Won   lis  Own   Reputation  Price List on Application  OFFICES :  Belgo-Canadian Building.    Phone 5  P.O. Box 274  THE INCOLA  PENTICTON, B.C.  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The most modern and  up-to-date hotel in the Okanagan, commanding an uninterrupted view of Okanagan  lake.   Excellent cuisine, prompt service, and the best  the market affords  A Musical Evening ii Entertained Every Saturday  For weakly rates apply to  H. V1NCE   -   Manager  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  luiiioBtai Furnished on all kinds of buildings.*     Residences and Modern  Bungalows a Specialty.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I hnve a full line of interior decorations, conrnting of tlie latest anJ most up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call snd inspect my stock uf Wallpapers and gel my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating,  Gty and country patronage solicited  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mra. W. C, Cameron returned    from  the coast Friday.  ��� *   *   ���  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. James returned from the coast Friday.  ��   ���   ���  ���  Mrs. J, C,  Switzer will be at home  on the .socond Friday of eaoh month.  ��   ���   ��   ���  Mr.    Frank    Holloway of Montreal  visited the city last week end.  ��� ���  ��  ���  Mr. anil Mrs, Van Praagh returned  this week from thoir honeymoon   trip  to Victoria.  ��� *   ���   ���  Mr. R. Breen and wife of Winnipeg  patent.,, of     Mrs. J.  0.  Switzer     are  vitiating at the parsonage.  ��� ��� * a   ���  Keep Friday, tho 31at inst., open  for the Presbyterian Halloween supper  In Raymer's Small Hall.  ��� ��  ��  ���  Mr. Joseph A limit, of the B.N.A.T.  Co. Btaff left on Monday morning for  his home at Ashland, Oregon.  tt    ���    ��    a  Mrs. .1. W. Jones will receive on Friday, Oct, 10th, and afterwards'on .he  second  and  fourth  Friday's of     each  month.  ��� ���   ��   ���  A meeting of the Country Girls' Hospital Aid will be held at the home ot  Mrs. Temple on Saturday next, October 11 th at 3 o'clock.  ��� ��   ��   ��  Mr. W, H. McDougal with his sister  and Mr. Leslie, is leaving Saturday  for the old country. They will spend  the winter there.  ��� *   ���   ���  Mr. Geo. Kobison's father and sister  who have been staying in Kelowna for  somo    time    past    left for their home  in Nevada Tuesday.  ��� i   ��   ���  An auction sale of the household effects and farm implements and stock  on the ranch of K. E, Harris.., is to bo  held on Thursday, Oct. 23rd, by Mr.  J.  C. Stockwell.  ��   t   ���   ���  Mrs. L V. liogers and Mrs. Geo.  Rowoliffo left Wednesday morning for  Armstrong where they aro acting as  judges of fancy work at the fall fair  there.  ��   ��   *   ��  The usual Church of Kngland service will be held in the Kast Kelowna  school house on Sunday next at 3  p.m.  ��   *   *   *  Under the heading, of "Saddle Horses'' in our report of the prizo winners  at the fall fair for Girl rider and pony,  girl under 14 years a mistake credited  Rosalind Butlor as tho winner of 2nd  prize. It should have read 2nd:, Alice  de Pfyffer.  ��� ���   *   ���  On Thursday evening, Oct. 10th, tho  Political' Equality League meets-'at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Kerr,  Lake Avenue at 8 o'clock. After the  annual business, a debate on the Economic Position of Women will be op-  enad by Mrs. R. TL Kerr. The moBt  important of all subjects. All welcome, friends nnd controversialist!.  The regular monthly meeting of the  W.C.T.U., will be held at the home of  Mrs. Charlies Wilson, Ethel street on  Tuesday, Oct. 14th at 3 p.m. All women interested are urged to be present  as matters of importance are to be  considered amongst whioh is the resignation  of the president.  ��    *    *    a  Dr. W. Evans Darby, British secretary of the Peace Socioty will speak  in the Presbyterian Church Thursday,  October 9th at 8 o-clock on the subject of "The Hague Conferences, their  significance for the Peace of the  World."  Mayor Jones will occupy the  ohair, A collection will be taken.  it  ���   *  ���  '  In tho Methodist Church on Sabbath  morning there will be Baptismal service and reception of members. The  pastor's topic will he "Church Affiliation." Tho evening's topic will be  "The. Achievements of the Slow-Witted  Plodder." Special music will be rendered. Duet by Miss Frances Pearson  L.R.A.M., and Mr. Stanley Hodkinson,  A.R.C.O., Entitled, "What Have I to  do With Thee! 0 Man ot God." from  Elijah. Anthem' "Sing 0 Heavens."  BIRTH  FOSTER.���v0n October 8th, to     the  wife of Mr. D. C. Foster, a daughter  Monthly Weather Report  SEPTEMBER, 1913  Compiled by G. B. Binger,  Government  Observer  Day of              Maximum  Minimum  Month                   Temp.  Temp.  Sept.   1 68   -  -  ...  44  8 61   -   -  -   -   ���  43  3 70  -  -  -   -   -   66  4 68   -   ���  -   -  -  56  S 69   -   -  ....   46  6 66   -   -  ...   43  7 .... 67   -   -  ---   36  9 .... 60 - -  -   -   -   40  10 .... 64   -   -  -   -   -   37  11 -  - -  - 67   -   -  -   -   -   36  12 -  -   -   - 71   -   -  -   -   -   40  18 - - - - 69 - -  -   -   -   4T  14 .... 66  -  -  ...   48  16 .... 67   -   -  ...   40  16 -   -   -   79   -   -  -      -  44  17 -   ... 73   -   -  ...   44  18 -   -   -   66   -   -  ...   46  IU -   -   -    62   -   -  ...  38  8 .... 72   -   -  ...  40  20 -   -   -   66   -   -  -  -  -  34  21  -   -   -   63   -   -  ...  49  22 -   -   - - 63   -   -  ...  43  23 ---  - 62   -   -  -   -   -   3��  24 -   -   - - 63   -   -  ...  83  86 .... 64 . -  ...   34  26 -   -   -- 66   -   -  ...  35  27 -   - -   - 70   -   ���  ...  45  28 -  -   -   - 64   ���   -  ... 47  39 .... 65 - ���  ...  44  30 -   ���   - - 64   -   -  -      -   40  RAINFALL  -   .10 Inane.  I   -   .09  R   -   .04  17   -   .04  Total ......  - .28 Inches  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD AVENUE  All Kinds  of  Boots and  hoes Repaired Promptly  Ladi.a' and  Cent.' Rubber   Heel,  ol the Bail Maleea  P.O. Bog 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plan*.   Specification,   and    Eatimate.  Furniahod  Sold in Kelowna by M.orriion-T hompson Hardware Co.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MFAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ono lialf mile of town, and being  about loo feet above tbe lake, it commands a beautiful view of tbe town, laVe and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only one GLENMORE. Don't miss the opportunity of selecting a few acres of this desirable  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd*  KELOWNA. B.C.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A  large acreage will be  planted  this  spring   with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, oalance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped  to supply all  your  lkmber needs.  Wc 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  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  _ . i  'Phone 217     -     Leclcie Block  Excavating,   Well   Driving,  Septic Tanks Installed  and Repaired  Drains  Pumps' Installed & Repaired  C. LANCASTER  Cawston Ave.      P.O. Box 541  "  .1.  mmam THURSDAY, OCTOBVj. 9, 1913  Kfil.OWNA tSCOKO  When Money is Scarce  Make the Dollar go as far as possible  Next week we will advertise the following special:  Dresser in elm or surface oak, 13 x 22 mirror..   $6.90  Same in best beaded British plate mirror     7.90  Wash Stand to match     3.95  Below are This Week's Bargains :  Camp Furniture  Camp bed, with reinforced woven spring $ 2.50  ������ mattress, Ailing all of best quality felted cotton  (no excelsior), with heavy art ticking     2.50  Matting square, 9-ft. x 9-ft     2.50  Kitchen Furniture  Kitchen table, turned legs, with drawer, 4-ft. top     2.80  do. '5-ft. top    3.15  Kitchen chairs, dduble stretchers 67  Kitchen cabinet, 2 bins, 2 drawers, 2 dough boards      6.00  Linoleum for floor, per sq. yd 65c, 55c. and 50c.  Bed Room  Iron beds any size, one and one-sixteenth in. post, brass  trimmings     3.00  Bed springs, fine weave, reinforced by cables, 4-ft. 6-in. & 4-ft.   2.15  do. ���        3-ft. 6-in. & 3-ft.   2.00  ' Combination cotton felt & excelsior mattress, 4-ft. 6-in. & 4-ft.   4.00  do. 3-ft. 6-in. & 3-ft.   3.50  Six-piece toilet set       2.00  Dresser and stand, 14 x 24 in British bevel plate mirror   13.50  Good quality English 'tapestry squares, 9-ft. x 9-ft.     8.00  Brass beds, 2-in. post and finish  15.00  Best woven wire spring on the market      2.50  Felt mattress, all white cotton felt, in strong art ticking     7.50  Solid oak dresser, 36-in. top, 20 x 24 inch British bevel  plate mirror   13.00  Solid oak washstand to match       7.00  Good quality Brussels square    17.50  Dining Room  Extension tables. 42-in. top     8.50  Elm diners, golden finish, braced backs, turned posts, each    1.00  Buffet, surface oak, 30-inch bevel plate mirror     16.00  Linoleum as per kitchen quotation  Dining Room in Solid Oak  Solid oak buffet, 48-in. top, 36-in. bevel plate mirror  25.00  Solid oak set of diners, I arm and 5 chairs  16.50  Solid oa'; extension table, fumed finish  16.50  '     "  English vedvet square, 9-ft. x 10-ft. 6-in  20.00  Or an Axminster square, 9-ft. x 10-ft. 6-in  25.20  Or Nairn's inlaid linoleum, per sq. yd*  1.00  97-piece dinner sets, English semi porcelain   12.00  General  Window blinds, 37-in. by 72-in. each 35  Child* high chairs       1.00  Nurse Rockers     1.50  Solid quartered oak Morris chairs, reversable cushions.    8.50  Solid oak arm rockers     3.25  Office tilters     5.00  Couches, with spring bottom and good tapestry covering...    6.00  ?uartered oak sectional bookcases, any finish, per section   4.00  ypewriter desks, solid oak   10.00  Parlor chairs, mahogany finish, silk upholstered   10.00  Pulman bed Davenport. A Davenport by day and bed at  night. In fumed oak, seat and back upholstered in No.  1 grain leather. The piece includes the spring and a  4-ft  6-in. felt mattress.     A massive article for library  or den  50.00  Singer sewing machines, 5 drawers, drop head  40.00  Pianos, any finish 270.00  We handle the famous Gerhard Heintzman & Gourlay  Piano* and Player Pianos and the Columbia Gramo-  nolas, and Columbia records  While our prices are low we do not stock a cheap class of goods.   QUALITY  with us is the first, second and third consideration.  Our prices are Low BECAUSE���  We buy in Large Quantities,  Take Cash Discounts,  And have no Rent to pay.  Kelowna Furniture  Company  Wholesale  and  Retail   Dealers  "^r-Hi  Poultry Notes  FATTENING FOB MARKET  Pure air and abundance of soft food  are the chief requirements. EapecUlily  should little or no exercise be givwi  if a choice quality of meat iB desired,  close confinement improves the quality of tho meat, if the fowls are fully  matured it will take but three weeks  time of dose confinement in which  to fat l ni them, the demand is for  a fowl with yellow ukin, consequent/ly  the food should consist principally ot  cornmeal. Shorts of common grade  flour to give it proper oonBistenoy.a  little beef scrap and a small pinch  of salt, moistened with milk makes  the best fattening ration.  This ration should only be fed onoe  per day during the fnrst week of o'loso  confinement, twice the Becond week and  aU thoy will eat .the third week, at  feeding time any food that ib left  over after 20 minutes should be removed, also the fowls Bhould.be given  nil the milk they care to drink, not  less than two fouls should be put in  the fattening pen as they eat up tbe  food more readily. It is desirable tu  have thc fowls all of a aizo aa far aa  possible, then each gets ita own share  of the food, if they Bhow any disposition '<> fight they may be placed in  pens with lath bottoms which will  not give them sufficient foothold to  stand up to one another. A consider'  able portion of the dressed poultry  consigned to the retail stores would  bring the producer larger profits if he  would use greater skill in dressing. It  is of the utmost importance that poultry products should be placed on the  market in a condition that will make  them appear aa   inviting aB possible.  All (food should be withheld 24 hours  before killing but plenty of water  should be given during this time to  help digest and assimilate all food  consumed. The beet way to kill the  fowls is by cutting through the root  of1 the mouth, then suspend and allow  them io bleed. Great care should be  taken in dressing operations, not to  tear or bruise the akin in anyway and  no bones must be broken. Wash the  feet and legs, also the mouth, use  neat and clean material for sending  to market, in fact the gospel of cleanliness through tho whole poultry industry must bo atriotly adhered to.  ALF. NOTLEY.   4   MEDAL FOR SURVIVERS OF.   THE  SCOn1 EXPEDITION  The Koyal Geographical Sooiety's  specially designed Antarctic medals  will be presented to the .surviving men.  l>ers of tho Scott expedition by Lord  Cur/on, at a meeting of the sooioty  in,London on Nov. 1,  At the same time, at the request ol  the Italian Geographical Society, the  president will present to Lady Scott  the great Humbert gold medal awarded by that society in memory of Captain Scott.  Silver duplicates will be presented to  Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Oates, Mrs. Bowers  and Mrs. Evans, widow of Petty Of  ficor Evanfi.  WATER >ACT  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE  APPROVAL OF WORKS  Take notice that Rosa C'aBorso, of  Kelowna, B.C. will o.pplv Lo the comptroller of WAter rights for the approval of the plans of the works to be  constructed for the utilization of the  water from Summit Lake which the  applicant is by water permit 81 authorized .to take,'stone and use for agricultural purposes, The plant, and particulars required by subsection (1) of  sectiov (70) of tho Water Act as  amended have been filed with the  comptroller of water rights at Viotoria and with the Water Recorder at  Fairview und Vernon, II   C.  Objections to thc application may be  filed witn the comptroller of water  rights, Parliament Building.., Victoria.  Da ter al Kelownn. this 24th day of  September,  1913.  ROSA CASORSO  Per .JOS. C��ASORSO, Agent  ^ATER ACT  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE  APPROVAL OF WORKS  Tako notice that John Caeoreo, of  Kelowna, 11. C, will apply to the  comptroller of water rights for the  approval of the plans of the works  to be constructed for the utilization  of the water from Summit Lake which  thc applicant is, by water permit (80)  authorized to take, store and ubo for  agricultural purposes. The plans and  particulars--required by Bubaection (1)  of. flection (70) of the water act aB  amended have l>ocn filed with comptroller of water rightB at Victoria and  with tho water recorder at Fairview  and Vernon, B. C.  Objections to thc application may. be  filed with the comptroller of water  rights, Parliament ButldingB, Victoria.  Dated at Kelowna, this 24th day of  September, 1918.  JOHN CASORSO,  JOS, CASORSO, AgoW.  HIGH CLASS  Dressmaking  G. E. Scott has opened  her Dr^wmaloBg Parlow  and invites a trial ord-ar  Room No. 6  NEW WILLITS BIX  Fit and Style Guaranteed  FOR SALE OR RENT  Two Hoiuu SB Wilaon Avenue.  Containing three Bedroom., Dining and  Living room*, Kinafcea and Bath noma.  Electric light and Cily Water. Fioieh.d  in Miaaion, Ceiling! Be.m.d.Pltta rail, etc.  Alio one containing two Bedroom*, Living  room, Kitchen ana Bath room, Summer  Kitchen and Beeement, eteetrie light and  city water. Fit liniahUig througout.  Both have JUrgg lo**.  For terma & pricea of above apply owner  E. ENGLAND  Wilson Ave, or P. O. Box 12, Kclovvma.  NEW  1   gi '..iuuji in '�����  BOOKS  At HAl/  tha Published Price  W�� hsm MHt received  ��ix more decidedly good  books. These stories are  widely known and justly  popular, wad yeu will appreciate then) these long  evenings.  Tke Wwnifig ef Barbara Wertk  By Wright  lhe Msaey Mmb  By F-.rj.ol  My Lady Caprice  By Farnol  Joyce af th* North Weeds  By Comstoclc  Carjxst fro�� Bagdad  By McGraih  Tb Wild 01iv��  Price 75c per copy  P. B Jits Ho.  DRUGGISTS ��Bd STATIONERS  Kelownn,     B. C.  PHONE 19  WE'RE OPEN  AND WE'RE HERE TO STAY J  ���***���  S5S  ���9  THE  STORE  IT'S A REAL TREAT  just lo come in and look ot  the many new goods. Nothing over 25c., and eoery  -.  ^article a good value -   -  SJa-aH  Our variety includes:  Tinware, Glassware, Candy, Tobacos, Stationery and  Fancy Goods, Dry Goods Specialties, Toys, Postcard*  and Souvenirs, Chinaware and Woodenware, Household  Necessities and School Supplies  Kelowna Smallware Co.  WATER STREET.   Juat around corner from Bank of Montreal.  win ii  s*m*m**w**Mm*m**m**m**m*m***m*m**smm xC.KI.OWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1913  ff&ATHiaB FQBCASTING TO AID  FIBS HAJWKBK  Ytitk �� view tg uiJiw^ ,iu tb* perfee-  tiotft ef the system of fire protection  magag t-Ue foreiti of Britiih Columbia  uu Arrangement haa been entered into  hy the Forestry department of the pro-  vi aerial government apd the weather  bureau, by ineuoi of which the l-auger*  ...id ether utfiviat* of the formttr will  be'leapt in constant touch with changed iu the baromrtrieal situation, and  thereby enabled to double their vigil-  ��iu)�� wbea danger  ie indicated.  The weather ie the determining factor ia the urn situation, and, it is  vlauned that by the issuance of collect forevaets the forestry department  will be able to cut down the list of  fires that oeoar throughout the pro-  riaee by a .'(.neiderable number, aid  in lhat way. aot uoly *nva the timber, but alio the expeuse of putting  ihe ftres *ut.  Uuriag the past year there were a  ci*tte*I many outbreaks of fire in various parte of the province. but owing  lo the constant vigilance that ie asam-  laiaeU by th* rangers, with the assistance uit.be telephone stations, uud  trails, the vast majority of them were  wore extinguished without any uaater-  iul expense.  Considerable danger still exist*, however, in the forest sections that arc  cut off from any communication, and  it Is with regard tu I'JO p.olccUoil of  those sequestered areatt that the department expects tu seeure thet. most  ail van tag* from the Arrangement that  hiii been made with the weather bureau. Immediately changes are reported that appear to threaten the  forest regions, the department will be  communicated with, and then, by  means of the system now iu vogue,  this information will be spread broadcast.  ft ie also of interest to note in; 1 bin  i-onnection that the arrangement j>-  vigurated this year, whereby the mail  carriers and other Dominion messengers traversing arear of the pravince  not covered by the rangers of the  forestry dt.puvtn.ent. act as fire patrols, will be continued throughoat the  coming year. It is stated that these  mttstsngers were the means uf bringing  fire-fighters to the scene in numerous  instances when, had word been delayed  considerable damage would hav* beev  dote.   4   Vancouver people for the pact few  years have had to look to New Ztra-  .and for their butter supply during  probably six months ef the year.  WOULD FUMIGATE CARS OF FOREIGN FRUIT  Following upon the condemnation  since August 19th of 33 consignment**  of American fruit infected with the  codling moth, Mr. Thomas Cunningham, inspector of fruit pest*., contemplates securing from thc department  directions for the thorough fumigation  of each ear of fruit at it rt port of entry into  the province.  Do you know that it post the government S*Jd,iHK. this season to grapple with three infections whirl, were  carried into the fruit producing landa  uf the interior of B. C. iu empty box  ears?" said Ur. Cunningham. "The  government had to purchase and destroy all the infected fruit as soon ai  the infection was dmcovered. The only  remedy is to deal with the ears,  whether there is reason tu believe they  are infected or not."  Up to the present the fruit has only  been inspected wheu tukeu out of the  car. but pests, it is claimed; aru often  ���arrled distances in the empty cars  iato fruit districts.  Section 14 of ths Washington Horticultural Amended Act provides for  the imposition of substantial fines upon those who may be coucerued in the  bringing of pests into tlie state. It  is possible that the department may  take similar action in regard to pests  coming  into  British  Columbia.  Second Hand  Harness  If you have any to sell or if you  went to buy, see  Thomlinson  Harness Maker  about il.  If you want your liarneaa properly and quickly REPAIRED,  Altered or Cleaned, Tliomlinaon ia  your man.    He apecialiaea in  Harness Repairing  and pula hand aeiving into all work  done.  Firat store beyond Bank of Montreal, WATER ST., KELOWNA  Mrs. M. E. Farrell  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKER  Ellis Street KELOWNA, B.C.  Evening Gowns a Specialty  Fall Suits and Coats  And   ia   now   ready   to   take   order,   for  made-to-meaaure garments for the Crown  Tailoring Co.  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H; LYSONS  Kelo  Greenhouse.  " It*8 an ill breeze that blows nofcpdy any good *  A  report   to the effect, that  the gov  eminent     has practically  decided      to  all parliament for the third Thursday  in November is in circulation.  After u week's discussion and the  voting down of two amendments offered by the opposition, 1'ren.ier Sif-  ton's motion for the second reading of  the Waterways Solution Hill, was panned by a vote ol 36 liberals to 17 con-  lervativea.  Italy if making a bold bid for sen  power. The government will demand  when parliament opens, a month hence  an addition HM,000,000 for naval con  utructiou. Four Huper-dreadnuughU ol  28,000 toon each will be luid down in  December and built as quickly ai pos-  aible,  Dispatches from Nordlnud, Norway  report that, the Russian North Polat  expedition, under Li, Sedoff, long supposed to have been lout, haw .wen  rescued nt Nova Zeinbiu, by n relief  expedition. The expedition It-it Archangel in August 1912, for    the North  Pole.     The party-    had undergone    ie  vert, hardships.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  21.  20  19  Meal Ticket  GREEN TEA ROOM  Misses Mearns & Smith, Props.  LAWRENCE AVE., opposite Methodist Ch.  9  10  II  18       17       16      15       14       13      12  COKE BREEZE  BENEFITS EVERYBODY  It is superior to hard coal;  entirely free from slack ��� absolutely smokeless ; leaves very  little ash; makes a clean, bright  fire ; is cleon to handle; and  never smuts the pipes  Priced $13  per ton  STEAM COAL  Suitable for hot water heating plants.    $12 per ton.  ALSO  ALL KINDS OF FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Order Early before the winter rui.li  1  WHITEHEAD & CO. jj=  307  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new Engliah Churchee)  Now it the time to plant  f% m 11 lfti I Magoon Ac Senator Dunlop  Strawberry rlants *.,].., $150100  CUTFLOWERS      Vegetable and Bidding Plant.     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Guaranteed to outlast any  oast of malleable range top on the market. The oover  frames are specially constructed and will not buckle or  w��rp.  THE "CANADA" COUPLET]:. Full Nickel, Class Oven Door  with thermometer. Polished top, Mirror Cresting.  A REAL KITCHEN BEAUTY  i THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  SUPERIOR FALL  == GOODS =:  For the Automobile:  All Wool Rugs  Rubber Lined Rugs  Fur Robes  We have (or this season a  Splendid Stock of  HORSE BLANKETS  which you should inspect  TRUNKS      SUIT CASES      CLUB BAGS     TELESCOPES  aMWWMMi.i^tl.MBWB��WMWBtWMMBM.MMWaMMBiii^MMWBMIMMMMBa  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealera in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi treet & Lawrence Avenue     -      KELOWNA  'Phone 150.  Advertise and the world stands with you. Quit, nnd you stand alone.  TBOUT CREEK BRIDGE NEARLY  FINISHED  This rfionth will see the locomotive  near Summerland. Work has been pro-,  ceeding rather slowly on the big steel  girder bridge spanning Trout Creek,  but the erection has now so far advanced aa to permit those in charge  to say with confidence that it will  be ready to oarry locomotives and cars  two weeks hence, and it is expected  that the bridgo will h4 quite completed by the end of the month. Immediately upon its completion thc work of  laying ties and steel will be rushed (is  rapidly as possible, tho road bed being in readiness for some forty or fifty miles. The laying of the rails will  permit the resuming of grading operations over the western summit.  Work has now begun on the three-  mile section, of the Kettle Valley mil  way eafct of Penticton. It will be remembered that grading was prevented  there by some of the property owners  who refused to aooept the price rfTcred  by the' railway for right-of-way thru  their orchards. The land has now Keen  expropriated, however, and is now in  the .possession ol the railway company.  Tho claim of the property owners will  be decided by arbitration.  Schncht Brothers, have the cojtract  for this, the only remaining section in  the Okanagan. Already some seventy-  five men and a number of teams are  at work levelling the grade. An auto,  matic digger, a machine said to be  equal to fifty men iB being used by  the contractors.��� Summerland ifeview  HUGE HARBOR SCHEME  Cable advices from London state  that the J. C. White company, eminent harbor engineers, secured contracte  involving the expenditure of .$30,000,-  000 for a harbor extension scheme near  Vancouver, where the provincial government recently granted foreshore  rights to the Vancouver Harbor and  Dock Extension company. Huddleaton  and Vigors, and HanBley Heenan, formerly British Admiralty engineers, ,are  also the jpint. contractors. The undertaking will, provide twenty miles of  dockage along the Gulf of Georgia on  the ahoro of Lulu and Sea Islands,  many miles of railway terminals, and  extensive industrial sites. It is expected that work will be started next  spring upon the first unit. The dom  pany agrees to give the government  control odor dockage rates, and that  all railway and steamship lines be *-jiv-  rn equal privileges.  INVENTOR OF DIfcSEL ENGINE  MISSING  Dr. Rudolf Diesel, inventor of tho  Diesel oil engine, has disappeared under mdst mysterious circumstances. He  left Antwerp to attend in London, the  annual meeting of the Consolidated  Diesel Engine Manufacturers. He embarked on the steamer Dresden. accompanied by a fellow director, Geo.  ('arris and Herman Luckmann, chief  engineer of the company.  Dr.  DieBeff    had a  cabin to himself.  On tho arrival of the vessel ut Harwich at 6 o'olock Tuesday morning  he was missing. His bed had not been  slept in, though his night clothes wore  laid out on it.  It is conjectured by his friends  thnt Dr. Diesel fell ovorboard.  POST OFFICE ACCOMMODATION IS  BAD THROUGHOUT  WEST  Hon. L. P. PeUetier, the postmaster  general has returned to Ottawa, from,  his western tour. JSlr. PeUetier, while  in the west studied at first hand problems of communication, including express charges, with a view to arriving  at a proper schedule of rates for the  proposed parcel post.  The department is now hard at work  perfecting the details of the scheme  and the parcels post in Canada will  be a reality shortly after the beginning of the New Year.  Although the parcels post has  proved a great success in the United  States the zone system adopted is not  working so smoothly as was hoped for  and changes are contemplated. In  framing the Canadian system, the department has profited much by the  experience of the United States and  the Dominion zones will' Imi worked on  a different basis.  Mr. PeUetier said the .postoffioc accommodation of practically every  western city except Vancouver waB insufficient and required new or additional buildings in the near future.  Victoria particularly was badly in  need, and plans were being drawn already in tho departmental buildings  at Ottawa for a new and elaborate  structure to cost probanly a quartet  of a million dollars.  . Reliable  Timekeepers  ELGIN  WAFJHAM  Our Railroad Grades represent the  best in models, mechanical construction, scientific adjustments and general time-keeping 'qualities in the  whole world of horology.  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With reservoir, six covers and high closet   $70.00  McClary's Famous Airtight Heaters - $2.25 to $12.50  McClary's Famous Box Heaters - 6.50 ��� 16.00  McClary's Famous Coal Heaters    -8.00,,   55.00  BE SURE AND  ASK FOR  YOUR  PIANO  VOTES  WITH   EVERY  PURCHASE  Morrison - Thompson Hardware  Comply, Limited  This is the Piano we Give Away  On December 31st, value $400  Since we first aunounoed that wo  hIiouIiI GIVE AWAY THIS BEAUTI-  liTI, 1'1'TON PARLOR GRAND PIANO to somo one of our customers on  December 31st our business has shown  a UK! INCREASE iN EVERY DEPARTMENT. 01 oourse the unusuaj  values    which wo are   offering     have  helped to mako this increaso and we  shall CONTINUE along those lines.  Wo are'DAILY RECEIVING NEW and  ATTRACTIVE OFFERINGS from ths  FASHION CENTRES and yon will  find our stocks COMPLETE IN ALL  LINES REGARDLESS OF THE  HEAVY DAILY DEMAND.  Rule* of Contest:  1.���Namo of contestant will not    be  known.  2.���Name of contestant will not    bo  published.  II.���Every contestant is oredited with  2,000 votes to start with.  4.���Every contestant gets a-number.  5.���Standing of contestants' numbers  published wookly.  0.���All voles must be brought in for  recording nn Wednesday.  7���-Votes must not be written upon.-  S.���Tie votes in package* with    contestant's number and the amount  on top slip only.  I).���Color of votes will ohango     and  must be recorded weekly.  10.���Votes are transferable only before  ' recording.  11.���Conlostunt    having    tho   largest  number of votes on December Slat  ' wins the piano.  12.���Candidates    not, bri in'ne, in |��i-  sonal votes will bo dropped. With the Allen Players  TIU. tfPKNDTttBiKT  f  The *Ult* jeiaywi ���p*nrd U��k ���&���  gageman.t at the Opera House on Mon-  day evening with a splendid drama,  ���atitWEt "TU Spwuithrift.*'  Tfc# majority of tbe ehatftaters who  appeared iMfore) th* footligkte iu tail  prodajftUa need no iattodut/tion lu tb��j  IoohI V-M��tr��-g����rs, for thay have  Turittrtl ��ui- vtity More aad an well-  known to the thouaande who have  .itWud-Kl thstr performances through-  wat tW w����t for many years.  Mile Pultun ia tut lunger a strangsr  lo .tb�� Iwoal thaatrs, and thit applause  whioh gr.je.en har whsn she appeared  *a Moaday lugbi gav�� unsullied tvi-  urialebue uf the ability the pueeeuead  uud tbe popularity she enjoys. This  bill, lik- many othert of tht coin-  pany's r��p��rtoir��, givttu Mies FsHon a  .|.1ku*W upportaxdty tu display h#r  wt/aderrul versatility, aud in thia ehu  ie larpusstxl by none und uijsullo.1 by  few *vh�� Uuv�� ever appeared before a  r��fct��tliiia auilieuv*.  Oihur familiar fauoi to appear in this  hill w��t�� Ui-8. P. R. Allvn. as "Aunt  i.wtcUsjn" Xre. Allen is ths same old  favorite, tbe sutnt old easy-going and  -uu'flful oharaaterr of old. Irving Kea  uedy ae "Monty Ward", Chat. Coanere  *t "Philip Cartwright" and Biroa Ea-  ijuu ae "Suffern Thorn" also belong  lu tke "old ..:*...! " tlvs ar.d the  ability ��t each is too well known to  uefcd oaiaaeeat.  Aaipng the usw members to appear  ars Miaa Lillian. Fischer who appeared  in ''Clarice Vau Zaudt.' and Kiss  I'-tl.yl HcFarlaad as "Kliae" earaing  . Weir way into ths ..tart* of the au-  dienea.  J.ait, bat aot learf. among tht new  imrriiburni was Norman R. FeusieT. who  appeared aft "Riohard Ward", the hus-  l��and of "Tht Spendthrift" playing the  difficult aad emotional roll in a manner that was pleusiag and rtalistie.  THE GAMBLERS  Tuesday evening's bill was another  of the Allen Players successes. Miss  Kel ton and her associates drew a big  audience and needless to say that nil  weat home well pleased and wondering  what tht real limit of versatility thit  taleatad youag aatress possessed. Year  after year the has returaed in more  and more difficult roles and eaoh year  ���upportetl by a largtr and stronger  company.  Tuesday night's play waa based on  the shady manipulations of a big  baakiag houae,    showiag tha   modern  methods of high finance, combined  with a phot that rivetted the attention of the audience in a low story  of poignant appeal. Miss Pelton de-  monstratsd her superb ta en* first  as the devoted wife of a cruel  and unscrupulous husband, . an attorney at law, then in the  outraged woman who scorned the vile  methods her husband hud, I ..ken to  min her friend., und finally in righteous indignation at his insults heaped  upon her own head. Mr. Norman  Peuiiur proved bit. histrionic skill in  tbis play, his role of tint iron-hearted  lawyer being splendidly curried out.  Mr. Irving Kennedy's ubility as an  actor is wall known and has long  ���.ill.',, made him a wurtu favorite with  theatre-goer.! throughout tbe west, but  seldom has he bmi seen in it stronger  part than that of "Wilber I'merson"  in tbe (lumblers; but iu (bis be hus  only added to his already well-earned  laurels, Tbe rest uf the cast was well  bulunced. the ladies' gowus being very  beautiful and the whole production  absorbingly interesting.  NOBODY'S WIDOW  l.aet night the Allen Players presented "Nobody's Widow" to a big audience und more than filled the promises  they had nmdeto render something to  drive away the blues. The play was n  high-claws comedy and Miss Felton appeared entirely at home in the role  of "Roxanna Clayton."  Others to appear in lhe bill were  Wka Lillian. Fischer. Mr. living  (Kennedy, Mr. Norman Li. Veusier.  Mrs. P. R. Allen, Miss Ethyl McFar-  Itind, Mr. (.'haa. Cooners and Howard  Wiggins ene acquitting themselves in  a way highly creditnhle to themselves  ami pleatting to the patrons.  Tonightja bill will be:  THE DAWN OF A TOMORROW  The feature bill of the -\llen Players  repertoire thin season is a dramatization of that inspiring story by Frances Hodgson Brunett. "Tha Dawn of A  Tomorrow." Thi role of "(Med" in  this play was created to supply tho  demand for further usquaintai.ee with  the little child-woman so many grew  to love in "Merely Mary Ann." But  while "Mary .Ann" breathes the siririt  of tbe giwn fields with her sweet faith  "tilad" is a product of that phase  of modern civilization wherein life be  comes a grim struggle with unseen,  hostile forces. She is "an impudent  young she-dovil, scarlet hair nnd rags  flying". But there lies in her the  capacity for that infinite faith whereby beauty is evolved from darkness  and greatness from oblivion.  There comes    within her sphere     a  KELOWNA  ��� ���  RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBPR 9, 1913  millionaire, 'beggared of health  and spirit, intent upon self destruction  Though her heart is torn with anxiety for the reckless young thief she  loves "Glud" gathers up the broken  threads of this man's Hie, fustens them  lo the anchorage of true Christian  sympathy and fires his spirit with the  determination to live and do good for  others. Meanwhile she works out her  own destiny with a swift unerring  grasp of the truth that leaves ono  breathless with wonder. "Glad" is  like ft storm in mid summer������  the weird noss of the thunder, the terror aod cruelty i'f the lightning flashes, the pure coolness of the rain nnd  the golden flood of sunlight,- all arc  pictured In her moods.  "GREEN  STOCKINGS" FRIDAY  NIGHT  A genuine treat is assured the patrons on Friday night when the company will present A. E. W. Mason's  exquisite comedy ol English home life,  "Green Stockings". Tbe play is well  known from the success Margaret Anthill attained with it as n starring vehicle.  Miss Felton regards thin fts her favorite role this season,  SV1TRDAY NIGHT "'OFT RICK  Q'OICK WALLINOFORD"  The Allen Players in "Oct Rich  Quick Wallingford," the best known  comedy on the American stage today  in without doubt. George Randolph  Chester's "Get Rich Quick Wnllingford'  So well known have the characters of  the Wnlliogford stories become that  tho same characters represented upon  the stage have achieved a popularity  Unprecedented in late years.  "Get Rich Quick WnflingforU" ia  proving one of the greatest drawing  cards ever produced by the Allen  Players. The company is large enough  to do it full justice, and the members  enter into the joyful spirit of the  play with tho enthusiasm for which  they are so well known. Even Manager Allen himself appears in the cast,  being well suited for the part of the  Mayor of Battlefprd.  "Get Rich Quick Wallingford" is one  of the biggest attractions to be offered by the Allen Players during their  local visit and will be presented Saturday evening, marking the close of  their engagement  in  Kel awn a.  Yuan Shi Kai has been elected president of thc Chinese Republic for a  term of five yearn. He received tho  necessary two-thirds vote of thc united  houses of parliament on tho third  ballot.  GREAT  REMOVAL SALE  Prior to moving to Willits' New Block  Expansion of Business necesstiates moving to a larger stcre, and to facilitate trie  transfer of the stock which is now at its highest pitch with New  Fall Goods (not  shop worn stock).    1 am giving an exceptional opportunity right at the start  of the  season to obtain your winter outfit at a great saving.  There is no time to give detailed prices but you can  SAVE FROM 15 to 25 PER CENT.  on  Men's Suits  Men's Overcoats   Men's Parts  Men's Hats   Men's Pants Men's Shirts  Men's Underwear      Men's Socks  Men's   Suspenders      Men's   Sweaters  Men's Gloves    Men's Handkerchiefs    Etc.  Now is the time to get your  New Fall Suit or Overcoat 25 per cent, cheaper  Than my already low cash prices.  SALE STARTS FRIDAY, OCT. 10th  Date of Removal to be Announced Later  H. F. HICKS,  WATER ST.  North, Near Bank of Montreal.  DRY GOODS HOUSE  f^EAL satisfaction! That's what  you get when you buy from us.  \fye can guarantee our goods because we sell only the best. We  dont want to handle inferior lines;  it would do us all kinds of harm.  Then our prices are always the lowest possible consistent with quality.  Ladies' Department Specials  Thia week we are showing  a very special l'inc of Children's and' Misses Blanket  Cloth Coats and Dresses.  The dresses range io price  from $1.00 und sizes, from  one to six years. These are  groat vuluet ..nd must he  seen to he appreciated.  Children's  Underwear  Natural colour, heavy rib,  si/es !, fi, 8, 10 years.  Special ..5c., garment.  Ladies' Coats  We are offering a big lino  of Ladies' Coats to clear  at giving away prices.  These are good warm coats  but we have too many,  Special 910.00.  a       71  ��..v.      , I  Penman's Hosiery  in black and tan. These hosiery are the best value one can  buy. From -      - 50c. to 65c.  Children's  Coats  Now is your opportunity  to fit QUI the kiddies. We  mean to make this a record. Children's coats  from $1.50 up,  Heavy 44-inch  Melton Cloth  .lust the material lor a  natty skirt, or school  dresses for the kiddies. In  colors of navy, grey, black  and brown,  Speoial at 45c, a   yard.  Wrapperettes  & Flannelettes  Hundreds of patterns to  choose from. Saturday  special, S yds.    for 11.00.  Fall Furnishings for Men  At Special Prices  We have arranged a big selling event of Men's Sweater Coats  (or this week. Penman's make. These coats are made  (rom fine English worsted yarn. Military collars; also some  with V.neck. Reg. $2.50. $2.75. $3, $3.50. Special, $2.35  See display in window.  Wool Eureka  Underwear  We guarantee absoluto  satisfaction to the wear  rr. Made of pure Novr  Scotia wool. Absolutely unshrinkable. No better garment made for  those who follow arduous occupation out  doors.  Prico  $1.60 garment  Stanfield's cream silk  and wool combinations  are the nicest garments  a young man can wear.  Price   $4.00  Men's Socks  IVn: n .Y   1 -in cashmere  Rocks, double heels and  toes,  Il pnir for   $1,00  ennngle 3x1    heavy  "vim, cashmere nooks.  Spliced sole and heel  nnd toe, |�� r pair... 60o.  Wo are now showing a  splendid range of the  very newest and latest  designs in new silk neok-  Richmond's Cash Store   ��� Phone 22    La*!*. THURSDAY, OCTOBKR 9, 1913  KELOWNA RECORD  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  MISS VERNA FELTON  -AND-  THE ALLEN PLAYERS  " '   '" ���  ���������IH    ���������! II  Last Two Nights  FRIDAY, OCT. 1 Oth  "Green  Stockings"  A High-Class English Comedy  SATURDAY, OCT. 11th  "Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford "  A Dramatisation of George Randolph  Chester's Famous Stories  POPULAR PRICES  Seat Sale and Plan at Crawford's store  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  "****���*~" r-^���raaaaa. ���������������. ������^^���  ONE NIGHT ONLY  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14  Richaid M. Custance presents Burch & Foster's  English Comedy Company Including the  Popular English Actress  MISS AILEEN MACDONALD  in the Enormous Successful Farce  "JANE*  by Harry Nicholls and W. Lestocq  As Played at the Comedy Theatre, London,  For Over 300 Nights  RESERVED SEATS 75c. and $1.00  GENERAL ADMISSION 50c.  Seat Plan at Crawford's Store  Letters of a Self-raised Office Boy  to Hit Pal  Id which Jimmy tolls ot Kelowna happening.,  to Mr. Sidney Harper, of Vancouver, B. C.  Dear Sid.��� From the weather we have  been having tho past week I think  the weather man must have got bis  packages mixed and slipped us a bundle of Vancouver climate, while the  parcel intended for us went to the  coast. But, goodness knows, we can  afford to be generous and spare you  a few crumbs from our banquet of  plenty. The faet is I am rather glad  you had good weather for your Westminster fair, because quite a number  of our leading citizens went down to  attend it, and a number of them on  their return looked as if something  had'nt agreed with them, during their  absence. So the question arises, what  kind ol an appearance would they  havo made, had they struok the uaual  Vanoouver weather. They had no reason for looking bad, though, for Kelowna cleaned up nearly all the pris.es  in the show in the fruit line.  As I told you in my last letter the  "Aliens" are playing in the Opera  house all this week. From the two performances so far it is evident , that  the company, not only measures up to  their usual standard of excellence but  far exceeds it in every way.M r. Allen  has made a most happy selection of  playB and their interpretation is above  criticism.  On Tuesday next at the opera house  we are to have presented, by an all  star English company, the great com*  edy success "Jane", which ran for  three solid months at one of the leading play houses in London. This attraction cannot fail to please the large  audience which is sure to witness it.  The Okanagan Valley has long been  famouB for its hunters, mighty men  of valor, who with dauntlesB courage  havo blazed their way to the furthermost depths of the forest primeval.  In order that this reputation should  not suffer, and should still bo a thing  of the present, and not of the past,  several of our most stalwart young  men, as keen of eye and unerring of  foot as the Indian, decided "a hunting  they would go." Girding up their loins  they plunged boldly into the trackless forest leaving many promisee of  the trophies they would bring back.  The woods swallowed them completely  not a word or sign of our mighty  Nimrods for several days when sud-  donlv they appeared on the streets, unheralded and unannounced. Friends  enquiring in regard to the amount ol  game slaughtered during their trip,  discovered n decided reticence in even  mentioning the expedition. Thia of  course aroused curiosity and some oi  our amateur sleuths, after much prying about learned the awful truth, a  thing which casts a fowl blot on the  hitherto unsullied record of the \ 'alley. This bunch had come baok with  only one thing to show for their time  spent in what they would have us believe waB hunting, ono -poor tittle  horned owll Heaven grant ns patience  to bear their disgrace.  Forgive me, Sid, for being so brief,  hut this bit of afore-mentioned Vancouver weather has had a depressing  effect on me and so will close without  further delay. JIMHY.  NEW PORTFOLIO MAY BB  CREATED  The Ottawa Evening Free Frees  (Liberal) says:  "There will probably be legislation  introduced at the next session to provide for the creation of a new department. The Interior department  has been growing in size for some  years and has reached a size now,  which makes it difficult for one man  to handle.  "The department has a multitude oi  branches for the supervision of immigration, Indians, surveyors, astronomy, timber resorves, parks and a  number of oilier things,  "It is proposed to separate the  immigration branoh from the Interior  department and join it to a branch  of publio health, which will be  elaborately organised.  "Health and immigration will be  placed under a minister, while the remainder of the present interior department will be given to the care  of one man.  "It is not unlikely that owing to  his professional training in medicine,  the new portfolio of health and immigration will be assigned tu Dr. Roohe.  The new minister of tho government,  who will Bucoeed Dr. Koohe as minister of the interior will be Mr. B. B.  Bennett, M.P., of Calgary.  .The Salvation Army has been, presented with an island near Medan by  lho Sultan of DoM, a ruler, of Sumatra  in order that a leper colony oan bo  established there. Work has been pro-  reading on the island for sonie time,  and it is hoped that accommodation  for 260 persons will be ready by March  next. A prominent officer o! the Salvation Army said that the gift was  followed by a contribution of ��8,050  from the Chinese Majoor (headman)  of the City of Medan.  COAL  COAL  WARNING  There is every prospect for a  COAL FAMINE  for the coming winter owing  to labor troubles at the mine*.  Consequently it is to your advantage to lay up a plentiful  supply of coal.   Order NOW.  W.HAUG  'Phone. 66  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   -   B.C.  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF   .  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS. Limited  PHONE   -   104  D. R RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phone 257 ' P.O. Bo. 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Sucasaaora lo die Morriaon-Tbompaon Co.)  Plumbing, Steam aad Hot Water Heatiag,   :  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, Bt*.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds.  Office ami Shop: i��n Alliu        B r.  Coates, Edward- & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.  FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED  HOUSES TO RENT  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS ND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at A. E. Cox's Second-Hand Store  W.P.MEREDITH    -    Proprietor KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, OCTOBFR 9, 1913  t WANTED! 1  PnppM Bates: 3 eaati par word  firat !������tiou and 1 osat per word (or  ���aca a��.a��j������t aasrtion. Na ad., iu  ���trMd f��r last than 26 casts.  All olMiKSad ad.uttiaaeasnts muat ba  paid far ia adr.uca owing to tha oost  atttniag tha booking and charging ol  aiaall item..  Casiy "J hs received lor thsaa ads  uu ta 19 a.m., Thursday morning.  YRorSBTY FOR SAXE  ���i la'T  F��il SM.B- 39 ..re. (iu. fruil and  \vsrf load, six uauV, from Kalewna oa  Tsraaa road; alao 7-raowsd house  aad two Has buildup lat* ouWilson  a.saa*. all at very attractive iig-  arsa. brisks F. 8. Coates, Lata,  ,i��w hatsl. 33tf.  I'fB e\isVS, 19 AOHts bsanng or.  caani at B..l.ml. Ahoat .90 trees  j.ad nililMSI nlnl varieties, also small  traits, f��ad ..room boas* and out-  lauidlBfa. Tanas sasv. Also a nuu-  ���or af aalaaias Illilinu bfSS. Apply  'II, Barker,  Rutland. x  FOR SALE- Thoroughbred Holataiu  Bull1, at Humus' Huwkesdale Ranoh.  Apply E. Marvin, Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE Baby carriage, almost new  Apply P. 0. Box 14. 45-0  FOR SALE��� Young pigs; registered  Berkshire first class breading stock;  also eggs for hatching, Barred Kpcks  But! Orpingtons, r.-c. Rhode Islaud  Rods, r.-c. Brown Leghorns. Apply  J. Bateman, Vernon Road, Kelowna.  Mtff  FOR SALE  Fivs h.p. Simpson-Strickland Steam  engine, suitable for launch, also five  h.p. stsam boiler complete with fittings. Also 37 inch iffts I'ii- heutad  roungls. band and Ml attachments.  Easy to tUHl and does excellent work  ou table linen and all flut work.  .'.i.Voo. All machines may be seen at  work ut the Kelowna Sleiim l.nundry.  43...  FOK SALE��� Two-room shack, canvas  top, with fly roofs. One room 12 x  147 the other S x 10. Can be easily  move,!. Built warm and comfortablo  for tho winter.- Apply Box "F" Record office. 46  FOR SALK or Kxchnuge. ���Two valuable Angora Goats, Apply Somerset  Nahun.  B.  C, 4(1  FOR SALIC��� Harley Davidson motor  cyole ill first class condition. Cash  or terms. Apply Box "H" Record  office. ���)��  Fwlt ..ALU- Tl.is l�� tr a bnrjaln-  healer. 39-aore.. all audar cultiva-  tiaa, 7SS two-year-old trees, houae,  feed water, eta. Pries >il7t per acr��.  Wil taka late or eity property as  part paymaat far quick sale. Far particulars write ta Box. "D". Kelowna  Baeard. 9etl.  FOB SAl fl  Oae kaase aa the Ilurty subdivision  hehiad kaapital, 14 raoais, hot and  raid water, W.C. ea large corner lot.  Alse ��aa buagalew, I rooms, hot and  cl. water, W.C. Also one ia Abbatt  Street. 7 rooms, hot and cold water,  private W.C. Eaay terms. Apply B.  W. Batlcr. P.O. Box 1(0. 36tf.  FOR SALS OB RENT- A lot  oa Ethel street south S3 feet by 340  feet, first olass soil with bearing  fruit trees, large well-built ehaok and  teat. City water laid on. 81500.  Same good pictures and fsw first  class articlea of furnitur. fur private  Sale. Apply 8. Hadkinaon. Ethel  Street. 44tf.  FARM FOR SALE  Splendid furm property close to Kelowna, oil],rising 21 acres (5 acres in  orchard, peurs, plums and prunes, bej  bum tn meadow). Finest soil, free irrigation. Splendid locution, good house  with good well. Team, implements,  and household effects, with quantity of  feed can also be included in sule. The  terma spread over three years. Further information enn be given at Ue-  cord office. x  GOODS FOR SALE  FOR SALE- Fence posts, Fir. Apply  Cather. 'Phone BI. 22t(.  FOR SALE���Horse, single or double  driver. C. W. Dickson. P.O. box 2811.  'Phone 128. 35tf  FOR SALE - Alfalfa, Timothy and  Clover, and second cut Clover. Delivered or in stack. Apply Central  Okunagan Lands. Co., or Glenmore  Ranch. 44 tf.  BOARD AND ROOMS  OARD AND ROOMS, - Comlortable  rooms, wilh board. Telephone. Terms  reasonable. Apply third house south  of kluglish church on Richter St. 44tf  HOUSES ETC., FOR RENT  HOUSE    TO     REST - On St. Paul  street,    seven    rooms,    bath,   W.(  eleotric light,  modern in every    respect. Apply C. G. Buck, 'l'hane 210  H9tf.  FOIt RENT.- Old telephone office.  Modern conveniences. Apply Telephone Co., office. St.  I'uul St. 44tf.  WANTHD��� Second hand line shafting,  belting and pulleys. Apply. Kelowna  Steam Laundry. 42tf.  GOOD PASTURE��� for stock, Hay fed  in winter. Apply Metcalfe & Stull,  Benvouim, Phone 3002. 45-7  FOUND.��� On the weBt side of the lake  near Glen Rosu, a saddle. Owner  can have Bame by calling at Record  office, describing saddle and paying  expenses of this ad. x  HARNESS FOR SALE  One second    hand heavy team harness.  One second hand  single     horse  work harness.  Thomlinson,  40tf. Harnoss Maker.  PIANO TUNING. ��� Piano tuner and  regulator for Mason & Risch, Ltd..  for the Okanagan Valley is at present in Kelowna. Purties requiring Mi  services for tuning, etc., will kindly  leave their orders with Mr. Crawford. Mason Ar Risch Parlors.       43.6  EVENING   CLASS- TUITION IN-  ACCOUNTING  Term commences October, 1st. For  terms and full particulars of course,  apply  box  "M"  Record.  WANTED- To    rem    furnished house  Apply Box "C" Record, 46  SITUATIONS WANTED  WANTED��� Work on farm, by married  couple, small wages.A pply box ' M"  Record office. 4fi  WANTED��� Position ns housekeeper or  help. Apply P.O. Box 15S. 4(1  HAY FOR SALE -  in the slack. .0.  side.  818.00 per     (ou  A. Pearse, Creek-  45tf.  STRAW FOR SALE.-50 loads good  bedding straw at S3.00 per load on  the field opposite 0. K. Lumber Co.  yards, Pendozi St. Apply to W. B.  M. Calder, Bernard Ave. 48-7  FOR SAI.E-Good Bell piano in excellent condition. 8350 ensh, 8376 on  terms. Apply Box 672. 45-17  HELP WANTED  GIRL   WANTED-   Apply   Mrs.  Millar, Pendozi strtyt.  .Tames  46  GOOD PASTURE  Good pasturage .��� I 51 ssion Ranch,  three miles from town, S. K. L., Co.  Apply to R. S.  HALL 42tf.  WANTED  Every well dressed lady to  call and Bee G. E. Scott at her  dressmaking parlors, room 6 new  Willits Block, nnd see her latest fall  and winter Btyles. 45-8  VINEGAR  Every year we have something to  s��y about Vinegar and although a  lot of the pickling has already been  done it is noi yet too late to mention  it this year. What we want to tell  you is that we handle only  Money to Loan  on  Agreements of   Sale  WANTED��� An experienced dressmaker  aBsislant.  Apply G.  E.  Scolt,  room | G. A. FISHER,  li, new Willits block 46  Box 129, City  MISCELLANEOUS  LOST��� Sorrel colt, white on forehead and legs, branded .1 A with  bar. upside down on shoulder, Ranges on Black Mountain. Reward J20  II. E. Leigh, Rutland. 48-8  Heinz Pure Vinegar  ' in bulk  Malt, White Wine and  Cider - all 75c. per gal.  We add no water; wc do no monkeying; but give you absolutely Pure  Vii.egar, guaranteed to contain no  acids, guaranteed to preserve your  pickles (rom spoiling for as long  as you wish to keep them  Heinz Aromatic Malt Vinegar  Heinz Pure Apple Cider Vinegar  Heinz White Wine Pickling Vinegar  75c. per gallon  Remember our motto ;   " QUALITY  AND  SERVICE "  The McKenzie Co., LdL  FOR MEN  AND WOMEN  ,ne . "alhers make, fine birds,'' and fine  clothes niuhe t|0u feel ''just fine." Wc sell Pine  clothes, but tee do not " fine " uou tonen you buy  from us by charging you more than the clothes  arc worth. Wc, can make more money by selling  ots of goods at a little profit than by selling feu,  goods at a big profit. Come in and "use toilI  shoic you."  An Exceptional Assortment of  Fall and Winter Knitwear for Women  We have taken considerable pains in the selection of our Women's, Misses' and  Children's Underwear and think we have merit in every garment  Women's Vests and Drawers in Cream White and natural  guaranteed' all wool, and unshrinkable at 31.28 per garment.  Women's Heavy Fleece lined 90 per cent., wool, both  in two piece and combinations at $2.00, are sure lo be  appreciated.  Women's Silk and Wool Combinations. Sizes 34 to 40,  Closed Krotch ot  W.00  Misses, Girls and Children's underwear are here in endless variety and wc will be most pleased to have you  examine and compare these with many lines. Vests and  Drawers at'from 50c. to; '���'���  tiM  Combinations in all these lines.  THOMAS LAWSON, Ld  The Fastidious Man  About his Underwear  Can exercise liis peculiarity to nny degree  and it is doubtful if |ie will be able to find  anything wanting in tin's representative  showing. We calculate we will be able to  defy competition ns rrgaras qunlity and  price in anything in the kn'lted line.  AT 13.00  There is a fine, all wool, pure white, lovely winter weight  made in shirts and drawers, also combination Ceetee  Brand.  AT 12.00  Our natural, all wool, heavy weight, in natural colors is  surely a dandy, in Shirts and Drawers, or Combinations.  This line wc also have in Boy's sizes 22 to 32 at  $1.25 and   11.80  AT $4.00  The Famous Viking Cold Fleece, mads in England, Ventilated' Clussels are a line feature in these garments. Also  in Combinations at   $8.00  AT $3.00  Our Natural (Irey Camel-hair is exceptional, as it is good.  Medium weight and guaranteed not to irrituto the ton-  derest skin. We havs these also in Klosed Krotch Combinations al   $6.00  AT $1.50, $1.75 and $2.15  We have all StanfieW'B heavy rib lines, Blue Label, Red  I.abol and Blaok Label, (or the working mnn that de-  siros combinations. We hnd this heavy lino mads specially for thsm.  AT $5.00  We claim we have the finest Sweater Coat in ths Trade-  made by tha Harvey Knitting Co. They oome in thnt  real heavy Shaker Knit, also the finer weaves at     $4.50  AT $5.50 to $7.60  The .Taegor Coat Sweater is surely attracting soma a^  tention as the Green and Greyish Greens are oertainly  very exclusive.        '  SWEATER COATS  Acme Knit Sweaters and Sweater Conts are certainly  all that could be desired for a less expensive make, mado  with Vest neoks and Heavy Roll Collars at from $1.50  each to   $3.50  Our $2.75 grade is a winner.  .HIST RECEIVED  All our new Dr. i.laagsr Shirts in Wool Taffeta, Wool  Zephyr, Twill Flannel and Crepe Flannel.


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