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 ���-�����>WS����sssflsJsssss^ssjs1>��Sal7assssas��SBj|  '.���WMWUairlato^  Viotatfa. B.C.  Mttfirb  smssstssss i   i ,   i i, "iti 11 ,,i."   ugttts^aJtsBsvssssBatstma    '"��� "-r- nr "���  KELOWNA BRITISH COUUMBlA. THURSDAY. htOVEMlER 7. 1918.-  VOL. X.   NO. 51.  PAGES  Y  SI.50 Par  Germany Has Surrendered  The announcement was made unofficially this morning  that Germany's delegates to the Versailles conference had  accepted the terms laid down by Marshall Foch, and had  signed the armistice agreement, which amounts to an unconditional surrender. Hostilities, it was stated, were to  cease at 2 p.m. to-day.  Capitulation of Turkey  and Dual Monorchy  Brings   Conclusion   of   War  Visibly Nearer  The put week has been eventful  in the extreme to (ar as the war ia  concerned, and events of vast importance have taken place which  have surpassed even the moat sanguine expectations.  The armistice accepted by Turkey amounts to "complete and unconditional surrender." The official terms of the armistice granted  by the Allied powers to Turkey  are as follows:���  The opening of the Dardanelles  and tbe Bosphoious and access to  the Black Sea, and Allied occupation of the Bosphorous forts;  The positions of all mine fields  and other obstructions in Turkish  waters are to be indicated and as-  ance given to sweep or remove.  All Allied prisoners to be handed over unconditionally to the  Allies;  Immediate demobilization of the  Turkish army;  The surrender of all war vessels;  The Allies to have tha right to  occupy any strategic points in the  event of any situation arising which  threatens .the security of the  Allies;  Free use of all ports in Turkish  occupation and denial of their use  by the enemy, similar conditions  to apply (o the Turkish mercantile  shipping in Turkish waters for the  purpose of trade and Allied occupation of the Taurus tunnel system;  Immediate withdrawal of Turkish  troops from Northern Persia;  Wireless, telegraph and cable  stations to be controlled by the  Allies;  Prohibition against the destruction of material;  Facilities are to be given for the  purchsae of coal, oil and fuel, and  none of the above materials to be  exported;  The surrender of all Turkish  officers in Tripolitania and Cyren-  aica to the nearest Italian garrison;  All Germans and Austrians, naval, military or civilian, to be evacuated . within one month from  Turkish dominions;  An Allied representative to be  attached to the Turkish ministry of  supplies in order to safeguard  Allied interests;  Turkish prisoners are to be kept  at the disposal of the Allied  powers;  An obligation on the part of  Turkey to cease all relations with  the Central Powers;  Hostilities between the Allies  and Turkey shall cease irom noon  locsl time, Thursday, the 31st of  October. 1916.  A day or two later this surrender  was followed by that of Austria-  Hungary, who as might have been  expected from the extremity to  which they had been reduced, accepted the most drastic terms of  complete surrender.  The terms include complete demobilization of Austrian forces;  surrender of one-half of all artillery  and military equipment; occupation by Allied forces of such strategic places as may later be selected-'; use of Austrian railroads for  operations against Germany; evacuation of all invaded territory, leaving behind all equipment and  supplies, including coal; surrender  of a portion of the Austrian surface  and submarine fleets and disarmament of others under Allied control; surrender of all German  submarines in Austrian waters, and  repatriation of Allied and American  prisoners without reciprocity.  "Fin" Takes  Four Chinamen Succumb to  Epidemic Which Takes  Turn For the Worse  The epidemic of "flu" in Kelowna was giving every sign of dying  out without much trouble when  last week-end things took an  alarming turn in Chinatown. [Conditions there with the over-crowding, lack of ventilation, and lack  of sanitary arrangements generally  are highly favorable to the spread  of a disease like "flu," and as  might have been expected, a large  number of cases were noticed and  four deaths occurred within a couple of days. This called for prompt  action. The medical health officer  Dr. Knox, promptly ordered the  quarantining of Chinatown and no  Chinaman from the country was  allowed to enter or leave again;  An emergency hospital has been  opened for the Chinamen in the  old Lum Lock building on Ellis  street. These measures have apparently proved effective, for thia  morning no new esses were reported, although some are in a  serious condition.            -   _���  Some twelve cases have been  treated amongst white people. The  emergency hospital in the High  school' building has been put into  operation and the ladies of the  HospitallAid and Red Cross have  had a busy week collecting and  making the necessary equipment.  Dr. Knox has made some ob-  aerva'ions on the epidemic in general which might be useful. Ihe  vast majority of desths are caused  hy pneumonia developing, and  fully 50 per cent, of these are  caused by going out loo soon and  returning to business before complete recovery. Many cases not  serious in themselves have through  carelessness of this kind developed a relapse and pneumonia.  When a case occurs in a household put the patient to bed at  once, phone the doctor, and he  will give instructions ss to the  method of isolation, protection for  the balance of the household and  treatment.  Children shouid not be allowed  to play in groups in the street and  parents must realize that to obtain  the full benefit from the closing  ofthe schools children must be  kept at home. They should not  be allowed down town unless accompanied or sent on some specific errand. People in stores should  be careful to sneeze or cough in a  handkerchief and refrain from  spitting on the floor or sidewalk.  Hands should always be washed  before eating. People' suffering  from colds or sore throats would  be wise to remsin home if possible until recovered.  Help is needed in fighting the  epidemic and especially in conducting the emergency hospital.  Volunteers to help with nursing or  in the supplying of food, broths,  clothing and bed linen would do  great service by phoning, the matron at the emergency hospital  (phone 3621). Also, cars are needed and anyone who can devote a  hour br so to this service should  communicate with the hospital.  German losses since January 1st  sre semi-officially estimated at  2,500,000. of which 1,000,000 were  permanent. Cf the 10,000 German  guns operating July J5, ihe Allies  have captured a third.  The destruction of the great  Spandau artillery works by an explosion and fire is repotted by the  Weser Zeitung. No lives were lost.  Spandau is a fortified town, of  Prussia nine miles from Berlin,:  Bond Buying Not as  Brisk all Might Be  " Flu" Proves Detrimental to  Success of Campaign  Kelowna's Victory Bond campaign, though not all that could be  desired, is still climbing' up. To,  last night, which marked the halfway point in the campaign period,  the figure stood at $95,400. or a  matter of |4.600 short of half the  allotted SUM. This included a  handsome contribution of $10,000  from Messrs. Stirling & Pitcairn and  another one for $10,000 from the  Kelowna Sawmill Co. The total  number ot individual subscribers is i  216.  A noticeable feature of the subscription list so fsr is the scarcity  of the smaller amounts- Those  who have say fifty or a hundred  dollars to invest out of their sayings seem slow in coming forward.  This is attributed to the prohibition of all meetings on account of  the "flu," it being impossible to  make that personal appeal which  tells so in such cases.  The committee was unfortunate  in losing the services of Mr. Rog.'  era the secretary, he having been  laid up with tonsilitis. For a time  tliere wss no one to attend to  things at the headquarters office,  but finally the Rev. E. D. Braden  stepped into the breach, and things  are being straightened out again.  Reports would seem to indicate  that the Loan is going well all  through the country and no doubt  is felt that the amount asked for  will be well over-subscribed.  Messrs. Stirling & Pitcairn entered this week into possession of  their new offices which have been  fitted up in tbe atore formerly  occupied by Jerman Hunt, Ltd.  Farmers Asked lo  Assist War Veterans  Through ex-Sergt. Anderson, now  of the fruit inspection department,  the Army snd Navy Veterans Association of Vancouver is making  an appeal to all farmers and fruit  growers to contribute some of their  produce to help on the work which  ts being done smongst the returned  saen. Many of these owing to the  nsture of their wounds, and later  the prevalence of influenza are unable to follow their employment,  and a few boxea of apples, sacks  of anions, potatoes and other vegetables would be very acceptable  joist now. The secretary, Mr. L  Carpenter Mabbott, states that the  need of such assistance is very  uigent just now. Any such donations can be left in the Victory Bond  headquarters when-Mr. Anderson  has undertaken to see that they are  promptly shipped.  Rutland News  The department of militia and  defence again urge people who are  recorded as net of kin to members  of the C.E.F. to notify the directors  of records, military headquarters,  Ottawa, when they change their  address, in order that communicat-  is may be delivered without  delay. '  Despatches state the Hungarians  have declared a food blockade  against Germany in an effort to  hasten peace. All railway and  boat traffic towards Germany is  stopped. A Vienna despatch  states German soldiers and sailors  psssing through Laibach, have  peen disarmed.  Local Scouls will learn with regret of the death of Fong, with  pneumonia���Fong. who only lost  his temper once at camp and then  uttered fearful imprecations about  modern cooking in general I  Mrs. Maxwell has removed to  Kelowna for the winter.  Mr. and Mrs. McGregor and  family left this week for Vancouver  where they will reside.  As an instance of the extreme  mildness of the season, ripe strawberries are being picked in Rutland  this week, ami Mrs. Gray reports a  late crop of broad Windson beans.  Venison is plentiful in these parts  just now. Willis Sehell, Billy Plowmen and W. Craig have each been  fortunate enough to shoot a deer.  Brutal Commanders '  Most Stand Trial  Sir George Cave the British home  secretary announced that the names  of all enemv army corps commanders or other persons who are  known to have been guilty of  or have encouraged cruelty to war  prisoners, or have acquiesced in  actual cruelty by subordinates,  would be included in the list of  persons whose trial and punishment  would be den anded by the Allies  It was considered inadvisable at  present to state the names of persons in the list. The French government had been requested to  cavse all possible steps to be taken  to bring to account the commander of the camp at Phillppopolis,  who waa distinguished for his ill-  treatment of British prisoners.  The general election will take  place in Great Britain on December  7. it is expected. This information  was given out at a meeting which  purposes to settle plans for the  campaign.  Dramatic End of  Count Stephen Tisza  Count Tisza, the former Hungarian premier, has been killed by a  soldier, according to a .Budapest  telegram. Tha count fell a victim  to a revolver shot while he wes out  walking with members of bis  family, and died immediately. A  woman member of the party was  wounded. Count Tisza wss long  one of the storm centres of Hungarian politics. It has bean charged that he was one of tbe four man  responsible for tbe war, and tbe  accusation has been n.ado that be  instigated the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand.  To lose an envelope containing  a large sum in cash belonging to  her son at the front, ws- the misfortune of Mrs. Lefevre, a local  resident, yesterday. It is to be hoped  that it is found by a person whose  longing for this world's goods is  not so great as their desire to see  the money returned to its rightful  owner.  Mr. Atkin, of Glenmore, has received word this week that his son  who is over in France haa been  awarded the Military Cross with  bar.  A raid was made by the police  last Friday night at 11.40 on a gang  of Chinese gamblers and the pro-  prieter of the joint Yick Hong and  six others were arrested. After an  examination they wen: bailed out,  Yick for $50 and the rest for $15  each. AU but two elected to stand  for trial and they were each fined  $10 and costs.  The steamers Aberdeen and  Kaleden are being dismantled. Tbe  Old Aberdeen is the pioneer CP.R.  boat on Okanagan Lake, and has  travelled many a thousand miles  back snd forth.  ���Jin^:  As a matter of business, what  do you think of the plan?  You are a farmer.  Canada is a farming country.  Canada grows more food than die  people of Canada need;  To prosper she must sell that surplus food.  Great Britain is our best customer  for grain, pork, beef, cheese and other  farm products.  Every practical man must see how  important it is to hold the British trade.  Canada wants not only die profit on  this trade, tne wishes to create a goodwill in Britain towards Canadian products and thus assure our export busi-  ness for the'f uture.  At the moment Great Britain asks  for credit, asks Canada to sell her the  products ot toe farm, "on time." To  bold her trade, it is necessary to give  this credit.  This fatkes capital���Immense capital.  For Britain's purchases from Canai"  are huge, and these purchases Sui  paid for in cash.  In these times, it is not easy even  for a nation as wealthy as Canada to  procure money. Certainly, no other  country oan lend us money. The only  way now open for Canada to secure  money is to borrow from the people of  Canada.  This is the reason for selling Victory  Bonds.  Can anyone deny the sound business  sense of this plan of protecting our  valuable market r  From the standpoint of the man  who lends, what better security could  he get for his money? Where else  could he get a five and a half per cent,  return on such security? Where would  he find an investment to pay interest  so regularly and with so little trouble  to the lender? . Certainly Canadians  have an opportunity to benefit very  directly from this borrowing plan.  And the money Canada borrows is  spent entirely in Canada���a very large.  part of it for the very crops the farmer  has to sell.  iada  IE  Therefore, if the Victory Loan is a  success, business in Canada must be  good, the nation must prosper and so  be able to carry on a vigorous war  effort in France and Flanders.  As a practical man you must  approve of the Victory Loan plan.  Then help it along. Put your own  money into Victory Bonds; urge your,  friends to buy; work hard among  your loyal neighbors to make the  Victory Loan 1918 an overwhelming  success.'  Buy VICTORY BONDS  fr*ltyou can pay for in cash and alt  you oan carry on instalments.  blind by Canada's Watery tttm Cnsmmtttm  kawiparatioowlrJittoMbiWrtrofFUiaBM  of the Domtaloaor Canada. PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, November 7th, 1918  KELOIWNH RECORD  Published avajry Thursday at Katowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEV  Editor and Proprietor  IDVtatTISIMQ BATES  LOOQE NOTICKS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. '..ft oaDta osr column inch Der weak.  LAND AND TIMBER WITICES-SO dars. Mr  DO dars ST.  WATER NOT1CES-I9 lor flvs irawtioos.  LEGAL  ADVBBTIHINQ-Flrst   lassrtioa.    \1  osdU nor Has: saoh aobascaso. iiusrtitm. A  osnts  rwr   lina.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 oanl.  osr  word    Ural  Insertion.   1  osnt mr  word  sach .uriaarraent lassrtlon.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Tito inches  sad nndar. So osnts par Inoh lirst inasrtion  ovar two Inohss 40 osnts oar inoh lirst in  ���rrtion:' 20 cats osr Inoh saoh .irbw.iu.nt  inasrtion.  SUBSCRIPTION  RATES  raar;   7ftc.   sll    month..  Unltad  ti.eo _    .    .  States 10 osats additional.  Subaaritrera at th. rvtrnlar raM can havs  sitra oapsrs mailsd to Wands at a dlatnno.  at HALF RATE. I.... 75 cats osr rsar.  This apodal nrivil.ua Is nrnnted for th.  anrpoas of advertising *he oltv  sard di.trirt.  All sobacrlptlOBS parabls la advnaoa  All chanrrsa in contract ndvsrtlawnsnts ttrrrtft  t>.  in  tlr. hands ot ths printer   br   T'tpsdar  evening   tn   ananre   publication   id   ths    nast  laioe.  Notes from the Prairie Fruit  Markets Bulletin  It is announced that, in order to  encourage investors to participate  in the 1918 Victory Loan, tlie  banks will lend subscribers, on ilie  probable certainly of repayment  within a year, up to 90 per cent, of  the amount of the iuveatmenl in  the Loan. The rate of intrett  charged by the banks is 5J p.c.  This should have the effect of  greatly stimulating the flow of  money now the big drive is unrler  way. Many people who are anxious to do their bit towards supporting the boys at the front nre  unfortunately reslricted aa to ihe  amount they have available lor investment, having immediate or  (uture obligations which call for  their ready capital. It is such as  these that the banks are ready to  help. On reasonable security these  intending investors may receiie  the cash from the bank at the same  rate of interest the Dominion K"V-  ernment pays for the entire 1918  Victory Loan. They may reduce  their obligations to the bai ks  monthly or quarterly.  The banks will also accept (r..m  small investors for safe keep:ng  without charge the interim securities and later the bonds themselves up to a/reasonable amount,  for .the term of one year.  This plan it should be poinlrd  out is separate and distinct from  the Bank Instalment Cards as th' y  are called, which permits bonds to  be purchased by anyone who is  earning a regular monthly sala y  without the outlay of a large am on .t  of capital. The payment for a  $50 bond for instance is spied  over nine monthly payments of  $5 and one of $4 75, making a  total payment of $49.75.  The interest coupon due on the  1st of May, amounting to $1 37, is  credited to the purchaser, as against  which Bank interest is charged,  amounting to $1.12, leaving a nit  credit to the purchaser of 25c. This  25c represents interest on part  payments, and it thus reduces the  total amount of cash to be paid for  a $50 Bond to $49.75.  Just as Kelowna was beginning  to indulge in self-congratulation  that the "flu" epidemic was going  to let the city off very lightly,  there comes a startling outbreak in  Chinatown, which in the course of  a few day;) has resulted in several  deaths. Fortunately none of the  precautions which were being taken had been relaxed, though it  . must be confessed people were  beginning to wonder whether they  were quite ^rre'eessary, but efforts  oi the part of the public must be  redoubled if the infection is to be  checked. As already pointed ott  Kelowna has only meagre facilities  for handling any kind of epidemic  and the only safety lies in preventing the disease from getting hold.  Some of the badly infected cities  of the east are now reporting that  the ep demic is on thi wane, but  that is not the least gu trantee that  Kelowna will esgape if any carelessness is permitted.  By Commissioner J. A. Grant, Calgary.  Mr. C. W. Baxter, of the Food  Control Board, has been appointed  to succeed the late Donald Johnston aa Dominion Fruit Commissioner. Mr. Baxter's appointment is a  promotion on merit, his long experience in the fruit department  will enable him to take hold ofthe  work at once. We congratulate  Mr. Baxter on his appointment,  and expect it will not be long b&-  fore B.C apple growers will want  the co-operation of his department  in extending our market to Europe.  We suggest a policv to place high  class boxed apples from B.C. along  with the Eastern barrel apples on  the British n aikets, as a start in the  heavy work confronting the new  commissioner.  Complainta from the Okanagan  Valley that fruit districts are not  getting proper refrigerator car service have been before the railway  commission. Sir Henry Dryton,  chairman of the commission, points  out that the Canadian Pacific Railway has had to use a large proportion of refrigerator cars in the  overseas movements of fresh meat?.  He adds that the C.P.R. has gone  on the market for heaters and  purchased a considerable1 supply,  although far short of supplying all  cars which may be required. Sir  Henry, under the circumstances,  does not think it feasible to order  more than the steps already taken.  Calgary wholesale prices are as  follows:���  Apples���Mcintosh Reds, No. I,  $2.75; Jonathans, $2,65; Wagners,  $2.65 ; Romes, $2.65 ; orchard run  all varieties, $2. Pears���Howell,  No. I. per box, $3.50; Idaho, per  box, $3 ; Keefer, No. 3, per box,  $2.75. Potatoes, per ton (up), $40;  Cabbage, per ton, $23 to $35;  Onions, per cwt., $2.75 to $3;  Celery, per lb��� 5Jc ; Turnips, per  lb., 1J; Parsnips, per lb, 4c ; Beets  per lb., 2��c ; Squash,, per lb., 3c i  Citron, per ib., 3c; Carrots, per  lb., IJc.  The jewelry store of J. Rowley  at Summerland was partially des-  tro> ed by fire last week, a considerable stock in the front part of tbe  store being lost.  For Your _  To-morrow  They Gave  Their To-day  BUY BONDS!  <    Packet of  WILSONS  UNPADS  fVV&Krt^MORE FLIES THAN /  \j-$$aWORTH OF ANY /  X;STICKY FLY CATCHER,7^  Clean ti handle. Sold hy all Drug.  fists, Grocers and General Stores.  Orders for  Local  Scout  "Of PREPARED"  Kelowna Troop  Troop First;   Self Last  Edited by  Pioneer.   Nov. 5, 1918  Patrol Leaders will meet at the  scoutmaster's office on Monday the  I Ith of November at 7.15 p.m. for  the purpose of re-trying their  Second Class Ambulance Tests;  seconds will meet at the same time  at the club-room for the purpose  of re-trying their Second Class Signalling. Leaders and Seconds who  failed to obtain the required 85 per  cent, when they retried the tenderfoot testa will re-try the same immediately on separate appointments to be made with the scoutmaster.  .  Recruit Harry Mantle from the  cubs passed his tenderfoot tests on  the 29th of October with 97 per  cent, to his credit, under the coaching of'Scout E. Groves. The latter  is therefore given a pass for his  first class test in that connection.  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C." Weddsll.    ���   John F. Burne.  KBLOWNA   B.G.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,' ::  Great things are expected of us  aa the following article taken from  a recent issue in the editorial page  of the Vancouver Daily Province  shows:���  "Vancouver boys are asked to  observe a 'noiseless' halloween  Boy Scouts will not need to be reminded of their obligation. 'Have  your fun, but consider the afflicted  and omit boisterousness."  We wonder if the writer of that  article would have received any  disappointments if he had been  with each s^out in our troop on  that same Halloween. Let us hope  that each individual scout very fully  realizes the personal responsibility  upon himself not to cause disappointment in any one whether it  is on Halloween or any other time,  by his failure to come up to what  is expected of him.  At the same time we would like  to ask parents and others to remember that Boy Scouts are only  boys and being human like everyone else are often likely to do little  things which "they ought not to  have dbne." A Boy Scout has  promised to do his best not to do  these things and it is when he has  given up trying earnestly lo do his  best-that we may really feel disap  pointed in him. Many a boy who  might have been a good scout with  a little of the right kind of sympathy  at home has been lost to the Scouts  by always having something like  this hurled at him: "A fine Scout  you are," whenever some of his  imperfections come to the surface.  Miss Thomson's division of last  term haa obtained the second prize  for physical training under the  Strathcona Trust, Both teacher  and pupils are to be congratulated  on this result. The secretary of  the School Board has received the  prize money for both Miss Page's  class and Miss Thomson's, and, aa  soon as a suitable decoration can  be suggested within the limit of  the prize money, it will be purchased.  .        a  a  At the time of writing I do not  know whether school will re-open  on Monday or not; but, in case  school should be closed (or another week, I should like to add  some home-work to that already  give..  The Entrance classes should review their history from the beginning of the book. All last term's  work should be gone over and an  outline made. This review work  is all important now ; for the time  for review is being shortened by  the closing of the schools.  In geography practise outline  maps of the continents and put in  the main physical features and  chief towns. Always compare  your practice map with your atlas  map and make all necessary corrections. In grammar review the  six rules and the classification of  nouns and pronouns. Practise the  arithmetic exercise on page 203.  Keep reading your Nature Lessons  and How to be Healthy. Remember you are your own teachers at  present and you must be guided  by your own common sense in  what to do.   But keep busy.  a        a  ���  Miss Macfarlane, our domestic  science teacher, has been conducting a series of useful experiments  in fruit-drying. It is a little late  now to give descriptions of these  experiments. But Miss Macfarlane  has handed them to me, and I  shall withhold them till the proper  season. Let me* give one example  now;-  To Qry Prunes  Prepare a warm lye bath using one and  a half tenspoonfulB of lye to one gallon of  water.   Place prunes in sieve, plunge into  warm (almost  boiling)  water, count six,  then  immerse in cold  water.   Spread on  drier.   Start  drying at  a temperature of  110 F, and increase gradually to 145 F.  ���        a  a  How will you know wfien school  is to be re-opened ? The flag will  be flying on the school two days  before the opening. Posters will  be displayed at conspicuous places.  And vou will see from the local  newspapers.  B.C  JOHN CURTS  CON TRACTOR tr BUILDER.'  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Gioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveya and Report, on litigation Works  Application tot 'Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.n.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKBR  Life, Accident, Sickness, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary, Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to. the Assured  Phones 217 and 216  J. A, BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  WATER NOTICE  USE AND STORAGE  In reading the terms imposed  upon Austria in her very abject  surrender the following taken from  "Scouting for Boys" by the Chief  Scout is very interesting:���  SELF SACRIFICE  "King Richard I, who was one  of the first of the scouts of the  Empire, left his kingdom, his family  and everything to go and fight  against the enemies of the Christian  religion, and very nearly lost his  kingdom by doing so, for he was  absent for some years, and in the  meantime his brother tried to usurp  his place. On his way home from  the wars in Palestine he was caught  by the King of Austria, and was  put by him in prison, where he  lingered for twelve months. He  was discovered by his minstrel,  Blonde), who, knowing that he  must have been captured somewhere, went about Europe singing  his favourite songs outside the  prisons until-he was answered from  inside, and ao ha found and secur-  his release." We are certainly  getting even today with Austria for  her ancient impertinence."  TAKE NOTICE that I, David E. Gellatly,  whosa address is Gellatly, B.C., will apply  for a licence to take and use 260 acre feet  and to store 260 acre feet of water out of  Lake at headwaters of Powers Creek,  lying to the West of Horseshoe Lakes,  which flows South and drains into Powers  Creek. The storage.dam will be located  at outlet of lake. The capacity of the  reservoir to be created is about 260 acre  feet and it will flood about 25 acres of  land. The water will be diverted from  the stream at a point about present point  of diversion under Record No. 746 about  i mile from Okanagan Lake on D. Lot  467, and will be uaed for Irrigation purpose upon the land described as District  Lot 467.* This notice was posted on the  ground on the 18th day of October, 1918.  A copy of this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and te the " Water Act,  1914." will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with  the said Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B. C, within thirty  days after the firat appearance of this no.  tice in a local newspaper. The date of  the first publication of thia notice ia Thuraday, October 17. 1918.  D. E. GELLATLY,  48-52 Applicant.  Emperor Karl has informed his  cabinet and party leaders that he  will abdicate and take up his residence in Switzerland, says a  Vienna despatch.  G.W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to j. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  CORPORATION  OF THE  CITY  OF   KELOWNA  PUBLIC NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that, in order to prevent the spread of Spanish Influenza, all Schools,  public and private, Churches, Theatres', Moving  Picture Halls, Pool Rooms and other places of  amusement, and Lodge meetings, are to be  closed until further notice.  All public gatherings consisting of ten or more sre  prohibited.  Kelowna, B.C.,  19th October. 1918.  D. W. SUTHERLAND,  Mayor.  Change of Ownership  of Gibson's Garage  Messrs. Smith & McCubbin  beg to announce that they have taken  over the above business from Mr. R.  Gibson, and solicit the continued patronage  of automobile owners.  Expert Workmanship.  Prompt and Satisfactory Service.  ALL REPAIRS CASH  FURNITURE HOSPITAL!  Upholstering, Polishing  and Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have your furniture overhauled,  recovered and repaired.   Automobile and  Buggy  Seats re-upholstered equal to new.  Mattresses Remade Pianos Repolished  A. HOMEWOOD  (Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.) ,  is securing premises in town and is open to take  orders for the above.   Workmanship of the very best.  PRICES REASONABLE  Orders may be left in the meantime at Crawford's store  You can buy more VICTORY  BONDS  if  you  Save Money on  Your Meat Bills  Come around and aee the  modern yet inexpensive  store we have fitted up.  You save money because  our expenses are low.  ���   Saturday Specials  ALL BOILING BEEF ISc  POT ROAST 20c  Veal, Roast Leg..    29c  Veal, Roost Loin  29c  Veal, Roast Shoulder  29c  Veal. Stew    22c  Veal Chopa, Rib  29c  Veal Chops, Shoulder    25c  Beef, Boiling 18c & 20c  Beat, Pot Roast  20c  Baef, Roast  22c  Rump Roast.  22c  Round Steak  23c  Loin Steak   30c  Beef Suet  18c  Corned Pork 30c  Dry Salt Pork  38c  Pork Chpp   30c  Pork Steak   29c  Pork, Roast ;.... 30c  Side Pork   :. 30c  Leg Pork  30c  Fish   25c  Canada Food Board License No. 221  Davy & Mills  INDEPENDENT MARKET  Ellis Street      Phone 268  (Next to Waldron'a Grocery)  Here's something worth while  ���      THE NEW  HIGH OVEN Coal oil  Wood RANGE  The  greatest   improvement ever  made in stoves ��� <  Easy to keep clean ;  No stooping;  Better baking;  Easy on fuel.  Come irr and see our Ranges  and Heaters  We can take your old one la part pay  Stockwell's Limited  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180 Thursday, November 7th, 1918  KBLOWNA RECORD  VlQt THHfi  New Blouses of Distmctioe  Merit.  These handsome Blouses  that have just been delivered  from the manufacturers are  fashioned from fine quality  Georgette and Crepe - de-  chene, and introduce new  ideas in the way of trimming  effects with beads, embroideries and laces.  The models are beautifully designed and are shown  in various new and attractive combination colourings.  Prices from $5.75 to $14.75  Dress Materials  and Suitings  An extensive range of Dress  Materials are now on display. The values are unequalled at the present time  and the colorings are the best that can be procured.  The fabrics consist of Tweeds, Gabadines, Serges, Freize  Velours and Broadcloths. Excellent values are here in  Black and White check Wool Tweed and Suitings. '  Jr^t^^  PHONE 361  KELOWNA  NOTICE  Military Service Act, 1917.  EMPLOYMENT OF MEN IN DEFAULT  UNDER THE MILITARY  SERVICE ACT.  The following Regulations, recently approved by  the Governor General in Council, impose strict  obligations upon every employer TO'ASSURE HIMSELF THAT EACH OF HIS EMPLOYEES OF  MILITARY AGE AND DESCRIPTION IS IN  POSSESSION OF DOCUMENTS PROVING  THAT HE IS NOT IN ANY WAY IN DEFAULT  UNDER THE MILITARY SERVICE ACT.  An employfit_who is charged with having a  defaulter in his employ must be able to prove  THAT THE MILITARY SERVICE TOPERS  ISSUED BY THE REGISTRAR OR MILITARY  AUTHORITIES TO THE EMPLOYEE IN QUESTION WERE PRODUCED FOR HIS INSPECTION at the time when the employee was taken into  his employment, and that it was reasonably established to his satisfaction that the man was not in  default under the Military Service Act. It should be  clearly understood that the Canadian Registration  Certificates given on June 22, 1918, at the time of  general registration, in no way define the status of a  man under the Military Service Act.  REGULATIONS.  "106. Every person who  employs or retains in his service  any man who has deserted or  is absent without leave from  the Canadian Expeditionary  Force, or who is in default in  the performance of any obligation or requirement for reporting or for military service,  imposed upon him by the Act  or Regulations, or any proclamation thereunder, shall be  guilty of an offence punishable  on summary conviction by imprisonment not exceeding six  months, or by a penalty of not  leas than One Hundred Dollars,  and of not more than Five  Hundred Dollars, or by both  such imprisonment and fine,  unless such person prove that  he made due inquiry and  that THE MILITARY SERVICE PAPERS ISSUED BY  THE REGISTRAR OR THE  MILITARY AUTHORITIES  TO THE, MAN SO EMPLOYED OR RETAINED  IN HIS!.;SERVICE WERE  PRODUCED FOR HIS INSPECTION, and that it was  reasonably established to his  satisfaction by such inquiry  and papers that the man was  not a deserter or absent from  the force without leave, ar in  default in respect of any of the  obligations   or.   requirements  aforesaid."  "106a. Every person who  HARBOURS OR CONCEALS  OR IN ANY WAY ASSISTS  ANY MAN WHO IS A DESERTER Oft ABSENT  WITHOUT LEAVE FROM  THE CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, or  who is in default in ths performance of any obligation or  requirement for reporting or  for military service imposed  upon him by the Aot or Regulations or any proclamation  thereunder, Bhall be guilty of  an offence punishable upon  summary conviction by imprisonment not exceeding six  months, or by a penalty of not  less than One Hundred Dollars  and of not more than Five  Hundred Dollars, or by both  such imprisonment and fine,  unless suoh person prove that  he wiia not aware and had no  reasonable ground to suupeot  that the man so harboured,  concealed, or assisted was a  deserter or absent from the  forces without leave or in  default in respeot of any of the  obligations or requirements  aforesaid."  MILITARY SERVICE  BRANCH.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Picking ripe raspberries in November is a rather unusual feat even  for this wonderful climate. Chief  Thomas called in this week with a  line sample of berries, part of a  half-gallon which he had picked  Tuesday from his carles. They  are of the "St. Regis Everbearing"  variety.  The usual evidences of Hallow-  even were to be seen around town  Friday morning in broken tree  guards, missing gates, and more  or less expensive and annoying  damage generally. It seems a pity  that some better form of amusement could not be substituted to  celebrate this event than the present senseless destruction.  Mr. L E. Taylor who was elected to 'represent "G" District on the  Advisory Board of Farmers' Institutes will attend the first meeting of  the Board st Victoria on November 12th. If any farmers have important resolutions which they wish  put before the Advisory Board they  should communicate with him at  once on the subject.  When on Saturday afternoon  laal the power house and other  whistles around town began a  violent toot-tooting the first thought  of'the startled citizens was that  some popular returned soldier had  arrived on the boat. When the  whistling continued, however, and  was reinforced by bell and motor  horns from all directions, a sudden  conviction came over the people  who had assembled On the street  that Germany had surrendered,  When, however, a little later the  two fire engines commenced a  parade of the street gaily decorated  with Victory Bund posters it was  at once realized that the hullabaloo  was just to call attention to this  very urgent matter. As it was  Kelowna struck hard for peace  by putting the big clock forward  $10,000.  Dr. Knox returned Monday from  a hurried visit to New York and  other eastern points.  Mr. and Mrs. McGregor and  daughter left yesterday 'for the  coast where for the time being  they will take up residence.  James McDougal, general agricultural supervisor for the C.P.R.,  whose office it in Winnipeg, wat  in town for a few hours Monday,  visiting'many points of interest.  Mr. and Mrt. D. McMillan and  family desire to thank the many  friendt and sympathizers in the  recent death of their son Neil, and  especially the members of the  Veterans' Association and all who  sent wreaths and flowers.  Mn. W. B. Pearton and family  have been busy for the paat few  days preparing to remove to Vernon, but expect to be held up for  a short time on account of the  outbreak of "flu" in Vernon.  Mr. H. O. English advises that  he hopes that the bean threshing  machine will be in the district with'  in a fortnight. It has been unavoidable that there has been so much  delay, as the weather has delayed  the threshing; but the Department  regrets that the original time of arrival scheduled for Kelowna has  not been able to be kept to.  Mr. E. W. Hogan waa in Kelowna on Monday making advance  arrangements for the Seed Fair  which wjll be held here on December 4th and 5th. In this connection  Mr. R. L. Dalglish who haa charge  locally would be glad to hear from  anyone who may have any particularly fine specimens of Agricultural or Horticultural products (for  which there is no class) with a view  to putting them on exhibition.  Wedding Bells  GILL-JENSEN  A quiet wedding took place on  Monday morning, November 4th,  at the Baptist parsonage, the Rev.  W. Arnold Bennett officiating, between Alfred Harry Gill and  Mabel Jensen, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. James Jensen, of Kelowna. The bride was becomingly  dressed in a navy blue travelling  suit and waa attended by her sister  Miss Gertrude Jensen. Mr. and  Mrs. Gill will take up their residence on Bankhead.  HOOPER-WILSON  The wedding took place this  morning of Bernard Owen Hooper  a well known Kelowna young man,  and a returned soldier,- to Miss  Charity May Wilson, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson of Ellis St.  The ceremony which was conducted by the Rev. E D. Braden, took  place at the residence of the bride's  father. Mr. Ja^k Smith acted as  best man, while the bride, wat attended by Miss Edna Langille.  Following a wedding breakf ait Mr.  snd Mrs. Hooper left amid tht;  congratulations of their friends, for  Seymour Arm, where thev wili take  up their residence.  Boy Victory Bonds Now  BUY YOUR  GAS and OILS  FROM  The  Oil Shop  Tube Vulcanising  a specialty  COAL OIL  GOODYEAR TIRES  AND TUBES  ACCESSORIES  CARS FOR HIRE  Five cart available, with  Expert  ��� Courteous  ���  Drivers  Phone  287  Water St.       Prop.: Rear of  South  J. W.B.Browne   Oak Hall  FREE AIR  Weather Report for  October  Compiled by G. R. Binger  Date   '                 Max, Min-  1   65   45  2   64   46  3   63   50  4   62   48  5   65   57  6  60  43  7   57   36  8 ..'  55   36  9  54   38  10   57   47  11   64   48  !2   67   42  13   59   43  14 ....'.  60   39  15     51   38  16  50  ���  40  17   55   45  18   58  42  19  65   49  20   60   42  21   59 ..:  43  22   53 ..'  40  23   53   41  24  :... 52   40  25   56  34  26  47  38  27   46   42  28  ;.... 56   43  29   55   45  30  48   33  31   56   42  Meant .57 .42  Total rainfall, 1.26  Mail me a post-card on  SATURDAY and I will  call MONDAY Morning  for your  Laundry  It will be returned Friday  or Saturday nicely laundered by the  Penticton Steam  Laundry  with no freight charges added  Rough dry, 8c per pound.  Other prices on application.  S. M. Gore  Box 121      Kelowna, B.C.  End All Your   Hauling Troubles  By buying a strong, reliable Wagon such as is found in an  Adams or Webber Wagon  Also Grey Campbell Carriages  Heavy and Light Harness  Whips.    Sweat Pads      Robes      Horse Blankets  And a select line of  Automobile Rugs and Wraps  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street  AGENTS  Phone 150  WM. HAUG  Masons' Supplies  HARD AND SOFT COAL  Phone No. 66  Are  YOU Permitting Yourself to be  "GERMANIZED"  ARE YOU one of those people who are grumbling about  the cost of living and at the tame time deliberately  paying more for tome things than you need ? Listen-  I am told my Rubbers are Cheap. SO THEY ARE���but  that is your advantage. BECAUSE we can only pay ONE  PRICE for them at the wholesalers to-day," and then stick  OUR OWN price ticket on. J say distinctly and without fear  of contradiction, that I am selling Canada's best Brandt of  Rubbers to-day cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere.  No camouflage, no "Jewing," no pretence, no make-believe.  See the Window, tee the Pricee, tee the Rubbers.  DARKThe Common-sense Shoeman  OPPOSITE  ROYAL  BANK  NOTICE TO SOLDIERS ON HARVEST LEAVE.  a sajSTsaaraass  Attention is directed to a recent announcement published  in Uie Press by the Military Service Branch, Department  of Justice, regarding extensions to be granted to men  EXEMPTED AS FARMERS.  It is pointed out that this DOES NOT IN ANY WAY  AFFECT MEN WHO HAVE BEEN ORDERED BY THE  REGISTRAR TO REPORT to Depot Battalions and who  have thereafter received leave of absence from the Military  Authorities.  Once �� man has been ordered to report for duty by the  Registrar he leaves the jurisdiction of the Registrar and comes  under that of the Department of Militia and Defence, and is to  be considered as a soldier. This applies to men of the 20 to 22  Class who have been ordered to report by the Registrar in  virtue of the cancellation of exemptions by Order-in-Council of  the 20th April last, as well as to those ordered to report in the  usual way on refusal of claim for exemption, or on expiration  of exemption granted.  AU men, accordingly, who have been ordered to report, and  are therefore SOLDIERS, and who have subsequently been  granted harvest leave by the military authorities, MUST,  NOTWITHSTANDING THE NOTICE ABOVE RE-,  FERRED TO, REPORT ON THE EXPIRATION OFi  THAT LEAVE, unless they are notified to the contrary by v  their Commanding Officer or by general notice published by  the Department of Militia and Defence.  DEPARTMENT OP MILITIA AND DEFENCE.  -r PAOK FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  ^WANTED! ) Large  Auction Sale  Thursday, November 7th, 1918  ii       i   -   ���i��ri.  ���   m i ������   ������       i ���  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE. Coel-oil Heater end Belle Oak  Heater. Apply Mre. Boy er, Glen Avenue,  after 6 o'clock. 46tf  FOR SALE, tcveral good milk Cows, one  part Jertey fresh, one due to calf in two  weeks.   Apply H. A. Renwick.        48tf  FOR SALE, pure-bred Berkshire O-week-  old pigs, $4 each. Apply Thos. Bulman,  or phone 3206. 49-2  FOR SALE, Brussal Sprouts, Couve Fron.  chuda, Savoy, Curly Kale, ready mornings.   Mrs. Chick, Willow avenue.  50.1 p  FOR SALE, at Okanagan Mission, small  house and two acres, on main road,  Good trucking land. Apply R. L. Dalglish. Box 125, Kelowna. 51-2  RANCH FOR SALE,  near.  Apply W.N.Kin.  5I-2P  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, Lady Help for three children.  Needlework. $25. Oliver Dendy, E.  Kelowna. 50-2p  HOUSEKEEPER Wanted (elderly) for  bachelor in country. One used to farmhouse preferred. Apply A. W. Cooke,  Benvoulin. *����  MISCELLANEOUS  LOST in town, envelope containing large  sum of money. Finder well rewarded  on return of same to Mrs. Lefevre or to  Record office. 51  WANTED, second-hand typewriter, cheap  Box XYZ, Record Office. x  Having received instructions  from Mr. GEORGE W.SCHELL  I will sell, without reserve, at his  ranch, l�� miles north of the  Rutland Store, on the Rutland  road, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, ell his movables  and household effects, comprise  ing���  Sorrel Horse and black Mare, .00 and  1300 lbs, extra workers, fine nailoh Cow,  7 young Pigs, 5 White Wyandotte Pullets,  .i lot of Hens, heavy team Wagon, pair 3  ton prings, fruit Rack, also loading Rack,  Gravel Box, Wagon Canvas, pair double  Sleds Adams make, top Buggy, set double  work Harness, 2 sets single Harness, stock  Saddle, Hayes high pressure onion & orchard Sprayer upon wheels, onion seed  Tli resiling Machine, feed Cooker, single  rinw, horse Cultivator, lever spike tooth  Harrow, 2 No. 2 Planet Junior combination  onion seeders and cultivators, No, 16 Planet  Junior onion Cultivator, wheel Barrow,  Hlanker, lawn Mower, horse Rake, brass  spraying Pump, logging Chains, pair hoisting Pulleys, Barrels, i barrel Spray, lime  Ac sulphur, cross cut Saw, 20 ft. rubber  Hose, large quantity Sacks, hog Box,  carpenter 16 ft. Straight Edge, chicken  Ci ops, 30 ft,, 2 in. cast iron sewer Pipe,  some Lumber, roll chicken Wire, No. 50  Mi. Lion Trap, several No. 4 and several  No. 3, No. 2 and I i and also 5 dozen musk-  rat Traps.  Household Effects  Large leather easy Chair, set solid oak  Dining Chairs, Dining-room Table, library  Table, 2 Lounges, 3 Rockers, Child's  Rocker, Chiffonier, oak Dresser, iron Bedstead and Maftress, single Bed and Mattress, Cot, 3 Childs* Beds, Crib, B-day  Cock, High Chairs, Refrigerator, Kitchen  Cabinet, new Sewing Machine, 3-cow  Separator in good condition, large McClary steel Range, coal Heater, Bachelor's  Cook Stove, Kitchen Chairs,Barrel Churn,  Dash Churn, 2 cream Paila. Lot of Milk  Pails. No. 1900 Washing Machine, Wringer  Tuba, Clothesbaskets, &c, 2404b. Scales,  Child's Sulky, 2 five-gal. coal oil cans,  pair rubber hip boots, Cooking utensils,  Dishes, Pots, Pans, etc.  A quantity oat Hay, Oat Bundles, Corn  Fodder, Bean Straw.  A lot of Whiffle Trees and other articles  too numerous to mention.  Federal Parliament to  Meet Early in 1919  That Parliament is almost certain  to meet in January or in February  at the latest, no matter what the  developments in regard to peace  may br, is the general impression  in the best informed circles at the  capital. The desirability of Parliament meeting before a treaty ot  peace is actually signed is obvious  because of the number ef matters  which have been dealt with under  the War Measures Act.  STRAYED to lhe Jas. Christisn estate,  Ellison District, last spring, one heifer,  notch out of top of both ears, no br-tnd  visible, color black, with Jersey colorings. If not claimed in thirty days will  be sold for expenses. C. K. Christian.  49-2p  PENNED up on my ranch, strayed Pigs.  Owner can have same by paying expenses.   Axel Eutin. SO-1  PRIVATE SALE. An unusual bargain in  a real leather Bed Davenport, original  coat $145, in excellent condition, oak  frame, maroone leather. Price $75. Can  be seen at No. 2, Beach Are. 5lp  WANTED, a Boarder for the winter  months. School girl preferred. Apply  Box E, Record Office. 5lp  The Name  Alvin E. Perkins  with 30 years of valuable factory and  other experience, stands for positively  the best in the profession of  Tuning and Repairing  of Pianos  Honesty   of   Purpose   and   Conscientious  Workmanship, and strongly endorsed by  the beat authority in Canada,.piano manufacturers  who  arc   positively   particular  where they put their signature, aa follows:  Heintzman ft Co,  Morris & Kara Co.  Gourlay Piano Co.  Dominion Piano Co.  Newcomba Piano Co.  Fletcher Bros.  Gerhard Heintiman House, Vancouver  Prof. J. D A. Tiipp, Vancouver  Mason A Riach Co.  An independent tuner. Work done for  piano firms���piece work only.  ATTENTION  Mr. Perkins is isolated owing to illness  jn hia home but will be in Kelowna in a  few weeks. 48tf  Bicycle Repairs  Also repaira to Baby Carriages, '  t Gramaphones,  and    Electrical  Appliances of all kinds.  We  have a  Very Complete Equipment  for general machine shop work,  including an  Improved Welding Plant  (or Bruaa, Aluminum, Cast Iron  ���nd Steel. Save broken castings  Electric Wiring and Supplies  J. R. Campbell  Aaast for  Abbott Street.  Phon. 347  TO  Ave,  Special attention is called to this sale,  as Mr. Sehell has sold hia ranch-and is  leaving, and everything, which is in first  cinss condition) must be sold.  Out-door sale starling at 12.30 o'clock  harp.  Terms Cash, or other terms to be arranged  at sale.  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer.  FOR SALE  One Berkshire Sow, has raised two litters,  ten to litter, weighs 502 lbs, good mother,  2 years old; also two Sows, ready for  breeding, 6 months old, weigh 200 lbs  each. For particulars apply  MAURICE   CHAPLIN  Box   192 Kelowna, B.C.  5IP  AUCTIONEER  1 have had over 2i years' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line of Cattle,  Farm Implements and Household  Furniture ; and this experience is  at your disposal. It means better  results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sale should aee  or  write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna. B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I,- Leckie   Block,  is  acting as  agent  in  Kelowna, and will make al  arrangements for conducting of sales  Phone 217  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal  aiiaiM rurkts el ai* Douriuou as Uaa  - ewakaterassran aad AlU.no. Ik. Ynao  arrilorj. tke Nosttarstt fasTivoslss. aasl a  ortloa oi tke itaritast o. Uiitlak Uulaaalue  vs. be lea aaal lac a Ursa al twsntv-oas vsrtr.  i aa annual rental al II al asm. Not  ore teajs MOD asms aria, be iaaaaaf  onllaut.  AMliaatloa Ioe tke lease suet ke aaaa br  as awUsant la Parana la tlss Altai ar Sab-  isut ol tks aVstriet ia aUrsV tie litkts sailed lor are attaatesL  Keek applioation asasl be amalaaaalsl Ir  u. <A W aaisb .111 ba II I I H tk. n.  opl��l lor an aot aTallabls. bat aot otl  laa. A roraltr skall ks aaid en tbe a  kanUbU oalesst ai tka aalaa at tke rats ol  rs cats sar teat.  '"-TBaartaiKaa" tkvl  rteAsTiilk. tks  la aarvarsd  oribsd br ass  setioaa.   Hat   _  rest applied let  r.irlieeat kkauaal  Tks paraoe aaaratlasT tks aalaa akall fsrstjtr  be anal atitk asms retarna nsoaiUns- lor  ba lull craaatltT sal sssrcaaauOila aoal mined  nd    ia,   tks roraltr tears raa.    il tka  irrrne  liukta  are  aot  aslas  swamtsst.  atoms    skall   ka ianuskad at aaast as  am  Tke Isaaa wOl teata* tks asaat  ke atiaa at at* eats ad I  coaauZsW eZmeme,  St.  It* aastlaa <rf  ka aalaa at Ita fata el tie aa aara.  Kor  nut  kslljasstlna  aaralhataaa akoatl ks  Md. to tke Sesrstarr et tka Bieiirtr.ial ol  be   Uaarssr. Ottawa, af  I*  ita aasat or  .rb-Asrel at* ���������llll alaarfcl  t. v. con.  Dacsnsr sTIassssa al tks lassrtsr.  II. g.-Oaaalksslasi eeddtsatlaa al aaa. .aV  artlaaassat  Wil asst a> aaH tsasl  Whenever the war ends, thousands ol American soldier* in France  and Belgium will be used in the  reconstruction of the war-devastated areas. Wide utilization of the  American forces is contemplated  while the troops await ships to  bring them home.  1 he funeral of the late Mr. Richard P. Wallis, Conservative member  for the constituency of Alberni,  who recently succumbed to pneumonia at Moncton, New Brunswick  while en route to Newfoundland,  took place at Parksville, Vancouver Island, last week.  That the late W. R. Arnold,  manager of the Dominion Trust  Co., came to his death by self-  inflicted wounds, was the decision  of the Privy Council, dismissing  the appeal of the liquidator of the  D. I. Co. in the Arnold insurance  monies case.  "Youra for Victory Loan 1916,'*  is the Canadian letter writer's  alogan in the Victory Loan campaign. Every one ia asked to  sign his or her letters in this way.  Already some are doing it, and  before the campaign ia tar under  way it ia hoped the practice will  be general! It ia an easy and yet  moat effective way of driving  home the appeal for tbe Loan,  and it will reach practically every  one. Businesa men particularly  are requested to adopt the idea.  As they read their incomingand  outgoing lettere, during the next  five weeks, they will confront  "Yours for Victory Loan 1918"  scores of times each day. Start  now signing your letters in this  way. Gel into the awing I Every  little bit ia needed if Canada ia  to "go over tbe top."  Car for Hire  Gibson's Garage - Phone 232  23tf  J. M, CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds off Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmers  who tell butter either  to the store* or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letter* thewords  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Tha fact it alto em-  phatiwd that all butter  in tuch packagea mutt  be ofthe full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of aame a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence it imposed. Whey butter  mutt be ao labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter and dairy  butter retains ita label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  1 AAPAPER or PfUNTINC  1 UU       INCLUDED  ;$1.50  200  >���       ��  2.00  500  ����       II  3.15  idoo  II       tl  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please note this.  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  -parchment (which has gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all this paper was previously manufactured in Belgium, and needless to say this supply has been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there is no guarantee against further increases, indeed, they are more than likely.  Kelowna Record  The Time is Getting Nearer  when you will not be able to tit outtidc ; the eveninga are growing shorter  What could make your home happier than  -THE-  NEW  EDISON  Diamond    Amberola  No needles to change  Prices aame   aa   in    tt*7  CA    r\sTa\X7M   Balance   on   Easy  Winnipeg $/.DU    LHJVVIN Term.  Unwearable Recordt.    Over 2,000 to choose from.  Write to-day for full particulars of our FIVE DAY FREE TRIAL PLAN  Enabling you to hear it in your own home absolutely free of cost.  Sold only at  THE HOOD STATIONERY CO.   -    VERNON  Editon dittributort '    ���.  START  Gift Buying  RIGHT NOW  Do your winter t hopping right away. Being prepared  for winter with the right weight Underwear, solid  water-tight Boots, slush-resisting Rubbers, warm coats  and Caps, is one of the best preventatives against  sickness and disease-that can possibly to taken. And  now that November is here Christmas shopping should  be started right away. Buy Gifts now���send them  now and ask them not to open until Christmas morning. . In this way the congestion of Christmas week  can be prevented.  Woolly Cap and Scarf Sets, in Rose, Green & Maize, -  in striped and deep banded effects.  Brushed Tarns, also skating sets, in light & dark colors  Drapery Fabrics  Just arrived: Down Proof Art Sateens for Bed  comforters, with sateen finish. Priced at 85c yard.  Shadow cloths for curtains, fancy work, also used  greatly for underskirts. These have designs of  roses blooming, birds singing and fruit ripening.  Priced at  95c yard  Costume cloths, Dress and Coat materials, just  arrived from English and Canadian manufactur- ,  ers, in splendid assortments.   You will have to  see these to appreciate the splendid values offered  Warm Socks Help a Man  to Keep Fit  All-wool cashmere Socks, knitted from pure  cashmere yarns, plain knit, at 75c pair  All-wool Black or Grey Worsted Socks, ribbed,  triple reinforced heels 65c pair  Heavy work socks and socks for soldiers.  At 35c, a steel-grey Sock of sterling wearing quality, knitted from a mixture of cotton & wool yarns  At 50c to 65c, a choice of half-a-dozen good  socks in varying weights. All exceptional values.  Angora Scarfs in medium and wide widths and lengths  from  95c up  Children's Knitted Wool Setts, cap, mitts and scarfs,  colors grey, khaki and white, at ......... $2.25 set  Khaki Handkerchiefs.  Mochoa Gloves.   Pure wool gloves.  Amberloy Knitting Pins, 14 inches long.  Knitlene--*Saxony and Zephyr wools for knitting..  Lilian mending wool in skeins or on cards.  Darning cotton, Mercer cotton in all numbers.  Cordonnet Tatting Shuttles.  Buy Our GROCERIES  Once -You'll Come Again  If you buy your Groceries from us you will get Fresh,  Pure Goods, because we sell lots of them. That is  why we keep them fresh. Whenever you want anything to eat come to us for it. We price our groceries  right, too.  Buy little luxuries for your overseas package now:  Cgarettes, Tobacco, Pipe, Chocolate Bars, Toffee,  Gum, Dates, Oxo, Candles, Peanut Butter, Maple  Butter, Potted Meats, Veal Loaf, Bot. Olives,  Boiled Dinner, Loaf Sugar.  Forest Cream Maple Butter  35c tin  fiartlett Pears  4 lbs. 25c  Prepared Coffee and Cocoa  35c tin  Symington's Assorted Soups in pkgs    2 for 25c  BACK THE BOYS  UP WITH YOUR SAVINGS  HELP MAKE PEACE SURE AND LASTING  BUY VICTORY  BONDS  J. f, FUMERTON & CO.  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to pay Cash "  Dry Good* phone 58;  Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery HouA:  Morning 9.30 and 11      Aftsrnoon-3 arid 5


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