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 a  Vhttxi.. S.O.  iielatoma ftoori.  VOL. XIJ.   NO. 40  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1920.-4 PACES  11.50 Per Annum  Local-Milkmen Interview City Fathers  Ask That Milk Tests Be Taken  By Disinterested Party  Two of the local milk dealers,  Messrs. Geo. Brown and J. Birch,  waited upon the council at Monday evening's meeting to voice  their grievance regard ing the checking of the milk standard within  the citv. A point strongly insisted  upon was that the iestc should not  be made by the Kelowna Cream-  which compar.y was a competitor  in the milk business, and as such  not in a fair position to pass judg  ment upon the rest. Mr. Birch alao  claimed that in all independent  teats which he had had made the  percentage had been much higher  than that made by the Creamery.  He said it was impossible to get  milk always of the aame quality  and although aometimea they  would run low in butter fat, yet on  other occaaions they would ahow  a high percentage for which the  milk dealer got no credit,  Mr. Brown aaid he bought hia  milk from the farmers and old it  without alteration or interference  whatever. In a receni instance his  milk had shown a low test of 3.2.  per cent, but milk from the same  herd had by an independent teat a  few days later ahown 4.2 per cent.  He auggeated that in hia caae the  milk might be teated before it left  the rancher's handa as it was unfair  to hold him responsible for iis  condition.  Mayor Sutherland said the council were in sympathy with the position of the dairymen but the  by-law had been framed as a  protection to the public and they  had no option but to enforce the  legal atandard. He promised that  the council would endeavor to  obtain the services of some disinterested person to make the regular  tests.  A deputation from tbe Fire Brigade consisting of -Messrs. Alsgard  and Chapman, requested the council to paaa a by-law giving the  apparatus of the fire department  the right of way on public highways when answering fire alarms,  and also that provision be made to  prohibit the parking of automobiles or other vehicles within eight  feet of fire hydrants. In regard to  . the firat matter it waa pointed out  that in case of fire large numbers  of cars would immediately follow  the Ami fire truck thus creating a  seriousobstacle to the second (ruck.  The second grievance related to  the business section of the city  chiefly, where cara would ciowd  in along the sidewalka, blocking  all accesa to the hydranta in case  of fire. Vernon, it was pointed out,  had already a by-law dealing with  these matters.  The council informed the deputation that their request would be  taken into consideration.  The need of a spark arrester for  the power house smoke stack was  again discussed, and it was decided to make-further enquiries.  In reference to the application  of the power house firemen for an  increase in salary, Aid. Duggan reported that aa considerable difficulty had been experienced in retaining the aervicea of suitable men  and as the present men were giving satisfaction, the committee favored granting an increase. The  salaries were accordingly increased  to $125 per month.  Aid. Meikle reported that all  teams had been laid off from street  work, but that steps would be taken to repair wooden sidewalks.  Aid. Rattenbury commented upon the heavy expenditure as shown  by the finance committee's report,  and adviaed all departmenta to endeavor to curtail expenditures.  The clerk reported that Mias  Edith Whitehead had been.engag-  ed aa junior clerk at a aaiary of $80  per month, and that temporary  assistance had been secured for  tne assessor.  Kelowna had a distinguished  visitor here over the week-end in  the person of General Sir Frederick  Loomis, who took a run down  from Vancouver in order to look  up his old frienda, Mr. and Mra.  C. G. Buck, whoae guest he was  during his very short stay here, aa  he waa obliged to leave Monday  for Vancouver. .*'"*���  Weekly News Letter  from the District  Horticulturist  There haa been much activity  during the paat week in the aoft  fruit business all through the valley  and considerable tonnage has been  shipped. We note with a great  deal of pleasure the presence in  the valley, of Mr. G. E. Mcintosh,  of the Federal Department of  Agriculture, who ia very closely  inveatigating the tranaportation  problema connected with aoft fruit  ahipments to prairie points, and it  is hoped that much information  will be gathered by him during the  season, which will be of great  benefit to the shippers and growers  throughout the Okanagan. Mr. R.  G. L. Clark, Chief Dominion Inspector, is assisting Mr, Mcintosh  in his investigations.  The apricot season is nearing a  close and it ia wilh great regret  that we must state that the quality  has not been up to the standard on  this crop. It was anticipated that  the later varieties, such as Moor-  park, would size up well, but the  extreme!) hot, dry weather hastened the ripening period, and this  coupled with the poor ..cultural  methods of a great majority of  growers resulted in very small and  inferior fruit in a great many cases.  This condition should be remedied  from now on, as first class apricots  are at a premium on the market,  and if the growers of the Okanagan aie to hold up their reputation  for first claas fruit of this variety, a  very great effort must be made to  improve the quality in future years,  We would unhesitatingly recommend the use of a leguminous annual cover crop such as hairy vetch  planted at once in those orchards  to be be ploughed under next May.  This ahould be done each year or  until the plants show the influence  of too much nitrogen, in which  case the hairy vetch crop can be  alternated with a non-leguminous  crop such as fall rye. An applies  tion of three pounds of nitrate of  soda per tree to the orchards next  spring will materially assist in the  setting of fruit and the sizing for  the coming season. This should  be applied as early in the apring as  the ground can be harrowed.  Judicioua heavy pruning each year  ia necessary with apricots, and if  this ia done thoroughly and the  thinning attended to, and the fertility of the aoil improved, there is  no reason why the Okanagan valley cannot produce the very finest  quality apricot, but unless these  factors are attended to on the part  of the growers, there is verv grave  danger of our apricots falling into  disrepute.  Sour cherriea are still rolling in  considerable quantities from the  north end of the valley.  Peaches are moving in encreas-  ing quantities, principally Triumph  and Victor varieties. They are  very free from peach worm on the  whole, but show a general tendency  to be small in size. Peach plums  and some of the earlier varieties  are rolling quite freely and the  quality generally is good.  Small shipments of pears were  made from Keremeos section this  week, and the quality is excellent.  Bartlett8 are sizing wetland ahould  atart to roll in about ten days time  from the earlier sections. A splendid crop of pears throughout the  valley.  Thr Yellow Transparent apples  are moving, are rather small in  size, but the Duchess and Wealthy  give promiae of being average  quality. The high wind of this  week did very little damage on jhe  whole throughout the valley.  Heavy shipments of cucumbers,  peppers, cabbage and early potatoes are reported, but the market  is none too stable and much dis-  satisfaction is occurring. The  weather haa been exceptionally  hot and dry. Forest fires are occurring up and down the valley  and the' atmosphere generally is  very smoky.  A 45 mile gale was reported  from Summerland on Tuesday  afternoon but little damage has  occurred to the fruit. The irrigation supply is holding up well on  the whole, but in some districts a  very careful watch must be kept  on growing fruit in order that the  water supply to the trees be steadily  maintained, 3s a constant moisture  supply is verv important al this  stage.  Fires Opening Gun in  Prohibition Campaign  Rev. R. G. Edwards Preaches  Powerful Sermon Urging  Hearers to Get Facts  In spite of the excessive heat a  good congregation gathered in the  Baptist church Sunday night laat  to hear the Rev. R. G Edwarda  speak on Prohibition���a subject  which will probably arouse much  interest locally between now and  October 25th, the date proposed  on which the referendum shall be  taken.  Mr. Edwards spoke at some  length) and said that prior to the  year 639 B.C. there had only been  one idea of reform���the big stick  of the law. Prohibition on those  lines, he said, waa of little use, and  pointed out that anv law must be  supported bv a strong public sentiment if it was to achieve success.  Some had raised the cry that Pro-  hibitic n had failed, but that was a  lie seeing it had never been tried  in B.C. lt had been tr ed in Maine  and Kansas longer than anywhere  else on this continent, and when  the "Wets" recently urged for another referendum in "V'aine the  people voted overwhelmingly in  favor of the continuation of Prohibition.  "Let the people know the facts,"  said Mr. Edwarda. The truth waa  what the people wanted, and all  right-minded people knew that the  truth would ultimately win. They  were not fighting the brewera or  any peraona in particular, they  were battling with ignorance, and  the only v/ay to do that waa to let  the truth be made known.  The speaker, whilat touching on  thia point, aaid he had recently received a "wet" pamphlet which  read that owing to the increaaed  drinking under Prohibition pricea  would be advanced I He aaid  the people should know the facta  when thia smooth-tongued stuff  was put around. In the House of  Commons in May of this year it  was shown that the importation of  liquor had dropped from 7,000,000  gallons in 1914 to 503,920 gallons  in 1919. The present legislation  had succeeded in reducing the  drunks in Winnipeg from 3,529 in  1915, co 824 in 1918, and in B C.  from 8316 in 1913 to 780 in 1918.  One B.C. jail that used to flourish  in New Westminster was now us-d  as a schqol. The citv ol PhiUdr  phia had under the old system  workhouse wilh 1,100 rooms ard  a special alcoholic ward in ih  General Hospital containing 162  beds Under Prohibition both had  been closed down, being no lonr/er  needed.  In closing, the speaker said lhat  an act which lessened crime, emptied poor houses and closed jails,  was a good act for anv country.  The present government were  ready to give stronger legislation  when the request from lhe people  was forthcoming, and that would  be when the people knew the  facts.  Talented Vocalist  WiU Visit Kelowna  The Morrison-Thompson Hdwe.  Co. will present Miss Marion Evelyn Cox, contralto, of New York  City, and Miss Doris Proudfit,  violinist, of New York, in a recital  at the Empress Theatre on the  evening of September 6th.  Miss Cox's voice is of rare beauty  and flexibility. Blessed with a  beautiful natural voice, coupled  with thorough training, it is not  strange that Miss Cox has w on a  leading place in the American  concert field. The fact that Miss  Cox will be assisted by Miss  Proudfit lends added interest to  the event.  There are indications that some  thing out of the ordinary will be  heard at this recital, although the  Morrison-Thompson Hdwc. Co.re-  fuses to divulge just what it ia. The  writer has his suspicion's. If they  are correct those who attend are  sure to have a very unusual experience and a pleasant surprise.  Teyence MacSweeney, lord  mayor of Cork, waa deported to  England aboard a destroyer, after  having been found guilty of sedition by court-marshal;-  1920 Game Regulations  Deer, over one year old���All  kinds, east of the summit of the  Cascade range (except white tail  deer in North and South Okanagan  and Greenwood electoral districts)  Sept. 4th to Nov. 30th.  Ducks, snipe, plover, geese and  brant���east of the Cascades, from  Sept. 4th to Dec. 18th.  Grouse���Sept. 4th to Sept. 20,  same district.  Cock Pheasants���South Okanagan, from October 20th to Oct.  25th.  Quail���South Okanagan and Similkameen, from October 20th to  October 30th.  Bag limits for district���Ducks,  20 per day, 150 for season ; geese,  10 per day, 50 for season ; grouse,  6 of one species or 12 of all species in one day, 50 for season;  pheasants, 4 in a day or 12 in a  season ; quail, 10 per day, 50 for  season.  All fur bearing animals except  beaver, Dec. 1st to March 31 at.  Death of R. J. Sproule  An old resident of the Rutland  diatrict passed away at Victoria  last Wednesday in the person of  Robert J. Sproule, who had been  suffering for some time from persistent anaemia. His illness had  reached such a critical stage last  November that he was removed to  the coot, spending several months  in hospital there. A couple of  months ago he seemed to rally  somewhat, and entered a private  hospital in Victoria. Since then,  however, he has grown gradually  worse, and finally succumbed. The  remains were brought to Vancouver for interment.  Mr. Sproule came with his family  to Rutland some fifteen years ago  from Saskatchewan, taking a place  near the Rutland store and alongside his brother Sam.  This is the second death in the  family this vear, a daughter, Evelyn, having died during the flu  epidemic in February.  Local Police Court Cases  A number ot cases'rave bean up before  the city police court during the past week.  On Friday P. Cappozi was fined $25 and  costs for speeding with his automobile.  D. Priestley was also up the same day  for selling goods without a licence. Ha  was ordered to pay a $50 licence and the  costs of the courts.  W. Thompson, government cream inspector, was fined $2.50 Saturday for galloping a horse through the streets at a  dangeroua pace.  W- Anderson was fined $2.50 for breaking speed regulations with a motor cycle.  In this case the foreman of the telephone  gang with which Anderson waa working,  took the blame, having sent the latter to  catch the ferry.  Mrs. (Dr.)   Davidson is a visitor  in town, arriving tl is morning.  Large forest fires are reported to  be raging in the Rockies.  The death took place at Rutlend  last Friday of Mra. H. J; Turner, at  the advanced age 84. She has  been in Rutland for a little over a  year, but came out to Canada from  England in 1861. She is survived  by a daughter-in-law and grandchildren, her son, H. J. Turner, having died only about a month ago.  The big fire which baa been  raging in the Deep Creek district,  back ol Peachland, haa given rise  to many alarming reporta- during  the paat week, moat of which fortunately were exaggerations. Several miles of timber haa been  burnt over and the high winds  threatened at times to drive it into  places when worse damage would  reault.  Gets Eighteen Months  On Two Charges  John Fleming Found Guilty on  Two Separate Counts  John Fleming, the man arrested  two weeks ago for being in poasrss  ion of goods stolen from Leckie's  store at the time of the fire, was  brought up before Magistrate Weddell Saturday morning, after having  been remanded aeveral times. The  goods which had been found buried  near Fleming's shack in Glenmore,  were identified by Mr. Leckie as  being from his slock, and valued  at $263. Prisoner still maintained  that he had received the gooda  from Roberts, the man who escaped from the city lock-up last week,  not knowing them to be stolen,  A further charge of theft was  also preferred against Fleming on  account of a quantity of bedding,  clothing, etc., stolen from Mr.  Robert Pearson, which goods were  also found in Fleming's shack.  He waa aent up for trial on both  charges, and came before Judge  Swanaon at Vernon yesterday,  being found guilty and sentenced  to eighteen months impriaonment  in all  Autoists Must Use  Autoists who continue to disregard the new law in respect to  glaring motor headlights ate Ikely  to find themselves in trouble soon,  aa the police have received instructions to at once proceed to enforce  the regulations, whieh requires the  provision of dimming lenses which  will prevent the beam of light from  rising higher than four feet at a  distance af seventy-five yarda.  "EvasytWasj seHsr a osrsst t�� - war twssttVs}  'smooth ss vclret'���plenty of Imperial Polarine in  the crank-cast aad steers available wherever we  step. With Imperial Premier Gaaoliae for fuel,  well have a most taJeyaMs vacation."  Imperial Polarise Available Everywhere  WIEREVER yea tour, tnrougho��t tbe length and brsadtb of  Canada, you can secure the grade of Imperial Polarine yeu now  use for lubrication-���exactly the same uniform grades are sold by  dealers everywhere from Halifax to Vancouver.  Imperial Polarine reduces your fmatmt aiiieaas ifci.irsfisliiw, yat  costs lesa than atorage, tires, repairs er gasoline. It reduces friction  to a minimum, maintains a piston-tight seal under heaviest engine  heat, helps the engine extract the laat ounce af power out of gaawrae,  Imperial Polarine holds ks body, rastntains camprsssiasj hasps tbe  motor running smoothly and quietly. The Imperial Chart af Repom-  mendations shows the pads recommended far year eat. Ask to see  it when you stop for oU.  Imperial Polarine ia aold by good  gallon and four-gallon cans, half-barrels  steel kegs, the handy size far tbe"  to save money.  Wss��sa,al��kUH��*!si  BffaV    ^tstj WWWm mmfffkw ��sMs9B  -41MM11  #-f  >"r  ;al>  IMPERIAL MURINE    IMPERIAL POLA1BS HBAVT  aifhtBatunbMb) (HisnmihsutisM  A  GRADE SPECIALLY KUW i**> **M  t-tasjssylss-jr)  IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  Power - Heat  Brant lit-  ��� Liibn.i, ������Mil TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, August 19,1920  *.  Sour Milk  is e source ot annoyance  which can be avoided by buying (rom the City Dairy. We  supply Fresh Milk guaranteed  not more than two hours old  - when you receive it.  We make two deliveries  daily���morning's milk delivered the same morning anil  evening's milk lire same evening. This is the only wav In  ensure satisfaction.  City Dairy  Murdock & Shelder  Proprir-lors  Burne Avenue     -     Kelowna  PHONE  4709  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone '002  P.O. Box 418  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission j  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward & Baldock  CON TRAC TORS  Brickwork and  Concrete v  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, &c  Ready (nr Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE  5102  I guarantee prompt  service  nnd satisfaction  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your car* haa been all tuned up  ready for the road. How about  your Storage Battery ? Is it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action ? ������We will test it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it Ht reasonable rates.  In case it needs replacement we are  the official station for  the   famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerves  ready . at all times like a coiled  spring to spin your engine, light  your lights and blow your horn.  Drive in today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dep.  '    Service on All Bbtteries  Don't take it to "George," l��t Barney do it I  Alfred A. Newstrand  .Automobile  Electrician  .The Sign of the Pyrsmid  Ltwrence Ave.    Eaat of Pendo/i St.  KELOMNH RECORD  Publish*1 evsvy TharssWy at Kalowna,  Britlsk Ci  JOHN LEATMLEY  Kdiu.j nnd Proprietor  A.'VKHTININtl   RATBS  LODGE   N0TI0V8,   I'ROFICSHIONAL  PARf*.  Kl'<'..   : f,   .-,. nt is   [���-,   column laek iwr  ���**���>*'  LAND AND   llHHKii   NOTfCKS-i-lO ilats. |R>  00 dan 17.  WAT Hit   NOTlCKN-rJ   lor  (iv*   IwriloM  LEGAL AI)VKHTIHIN(l~Pirst inurtioa. 13  centi Der tint*, oaoh aabsMqu*rit laMrtlon ft  Mnta   imr   linn.  DISPLAY AIWRUTlHKMENTH-Tw.. laohtw  iml under. 60 i-Miitfl iter tacti lirst luerlloo  over two Ini'lie* 40 rente i.t-i iueh tin*! In  ���flfttow    I'm   L'i'til.   ner   Inoh   uaoti   iiihaetinent  Inaertion.  MLASSIPIED, ADVERTJSEMBNTS -J nuts  uer  word    tint  Insertion.   I   anat  per  word  t'.'v-'l,  miliamtment Innei tiim.  All .iii.in,"! in foiurart advertla-jmeiiti muHt  Im  in   (lie  liAiidt*  ol  the  urinter    b*   Tnesdaf  BVentng   to    mm-ire    tm l>l j ni lit m    in    th*    aext  G.W.V.A. Notes  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  D��/ Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.  GRANT  The Corporation of thc City  ol   Kelowna  TAX   SALE  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that 1 shall on  the First day of September, 1920, at the  Council Chamber, Kelowna, B.C., at ten  o'clock irr the forenoon, offer for aale by  public auction all and every parcel of  land and improvements thereon within  the City of Kelowna and the Kelowna  City School Diatrict, the taxes upon which  are delinquent.  All property heretofore protected by  the War Relief Act and amending acta  will be included in this tax sale unless the  taxes are sooner paid or further relief is  granted by the courts.  P. T.   DUNN,  Collector fur the Municipality of The  37-1    Corporation of the City of Kelowna.  Tne   Corporation of the Cily  of'Kelowna  TENDERS FOR ERECTION OF A  HOUSE  There was a very fair attendance  at our last meeting on Saturday.  I he action of one contractor un-  ilrr the Housing Act in employing  alien labor was much criticized.  As regards the Housing Act, apparently about thirteen irul ol the  twenty-five millions have nol been  applied for. It would be interesting to know how many ex-service  men have been benefitted, lire  twelve millions unused should be  turned over to the Soldier Settlement Rourd to be loaned to ex-  service men and enable them to  build houses either in the cities or  rural districts. The machinery at  present existing is too cumbersome.  The G.W.V.A. brought this mailer  before the special committee on  soldiers' re-esUbliBrhment during  the 1919 session. If handled by  the S.S.B. costs could be materially  lessened by wholesale purchase of  the necessary material. Men who  have lived in leaky and lousy dugouts for months at a time want  and must have decent homes to  bring up their families in. It is the  most pressing question in Canada  at the present time and its solution  would tend more than anything  else to diminish the present social  unrest. It cannot be solved by  the Dominion House "passing the  buck" to the provinces and muni  cipalittes. , *  There are a certain number of  empty shacks in town owned probably by absentee owners which, if  rented, would helri matters locally  as a temporary expedient. These  people might be approached by  the city council and asked to mal;e  them available.  a ���  a  We are glad to see that the  "Courier"' look the common-sense  "view of the Sundav lootball at the  Boy Seoul camp. The writers in  the "Summerland Review," on the  other hand, lake the narrow Puritan view-r/bint. We never heard  of an army chaplain opposing  sport on Sunday aft-moons. If  thev I'.harl (heir usefulness would  soon have been at an end. The  Lord's Day Alliance people in Ontario havo largely 'succeeded in  banishing all wholesome amusement there on Sunday afternoons.  They even stopped children tobogganing iu the city parks. Like the  Prohibition fanatics they are a well  organized body. We would like to  know what the G.W.V.A. of Summerland think of lhe attitude ol  the "Summerland Review."  ��� '       a  a  TheVe appears to be nothing  new in the local political situation,  and we have not heard of any  more Vernon candidates lately.  ��� a  a  We noled with interest the excitement said to exist in ex service  circles over the possibility ot war  with the Bolsheviki. While the  veterans are as loyl as ever its a  safe bet that if war should come  they will endeavor to see that  some of the slackers in the last  war go first, and lhat there is a  little more equality of sacrifice  generally. We rather wonder that  Sir Sam Hughes hasn't submitted  plans for saving Poland, or at all  events, called the Polish leaders'  attention to the merits of the Ross  rifle as a prop for dugouts.  iii ' ��� O   Four hundred pigs were burned  in a fire which destroyed the property of a Chinese establishment at  Point Grey Monday.  The contractors in charge of the  southern line to Dog Lake have  completed the right of way clearing from the intersection with the  main K.V.R. line just west of the  railway bridge over the river south  to the lake. The grading should  be finished in about six weeks'  time. The steel has already arrived,  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon on Monduy,  August 23rd, for the erection of n house  under the Better Housing Scheme. Plans  and Specifications may be seen at the  office of the City Clerk. The lowest or  any tender not necessarily accepted.  G. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  August 18th, 1920. 40  Professional Cards  BURNE J- sVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. Ci Weddell.    ���   John F. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  .R. B. KERR  Barrister '  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,        _x B.C,  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ��r BUILDKK  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country.Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroetjor  Surveys and Reports on Irrigation Work,  Applrcarissrs lor Water License,  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi   Street   and    Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary SurReon  Office Phone 443 v ���   ft r  ���    . ��� ~l7 Vernon,  n.i-.,  Kenaenee       iM  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Denliit,  Willita Block, will be promptly attended to.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tint....ith  ,.       Jobbing and Repairs  Phones 1 Business 164; Retidence 91  P. O. Box 22  Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Clause*   Forming (or the New  Year  Phone for an appointment  F. WIGGLESWORTH  PIANOFORTE - SINGING  STUDIO  over the Masoa or Risch .tore  Phone 1462  T. R. GRAINGER  CHIROPRACTOR  Gradriste of the Palmer School of Chiropractic*  Office Hours, 1.30 to Ssp.m.  Local Boy Scouts  Edited by Pioneer.    Aug. 17, 1920  We are now settling nil our camp  affairs and all scouts who have not  yet paid their fees will please do so  at once, so that we may get out a  statement. We are much obliged  to the firms of thc McKenzie Co.  and D. D. Campbell for discounts  allowed and we also wish to thank  Mr. J. Sutherland for his generous  gift of 50 loaves of bread.  We have held our troop camp  but there is no reason why an  energetic patrol should not have a  camp ofadayortwo before school  again opens.  Six scouts have handed in their  names for tlie rescuer's badge and  we hope lo arrange for their tests  immediately.  Scout C. Cunningham passed  the tests for I lie swimmer's badge  on Saturday before Mr. Robertson.  Who in the Iroop does not hold  this badge?  ���   ���   a  The Camp Diary by "Wolf":-  Saturday���We are by now getting used to rising in the chilly  hours and did not mind the bugle  call at 6.30. The weather has  been beautiful so far and prospects  are bright for a sunnv, dry camp  thisyear. Tent inspection was this  day won by the Otters and they  retained the flag for the day. During the morning we were delighted  to notice the Commissioner looking  forward to the football fray to-night  by tying rope across our goalposts  in order that there may be no  more doubt as to when a noal is a  goal or not. Routine was as usual  lo-dny and after lunch the troop  went away from camp for the space  of one hour, returned and wrote a  report on what they had seen and  done, ln reading over these reports I was glad to notice that we  had some budding poets in our  midst. One scout in particular is  to be commended for this. He  describes a hnsty return to camp  by himself nnd his companion as  follows: "The thunder rolled and  the lightening flashed as we pursued our way speedily." We congratulate our friend on being able  to describe an everyday thunderstorm in 'uch eloquent language.  After bathing parade and tea we  prepared for our football match.  Just before supper a carload of,  toughs from town arrived, ln saying toughs we do not know whether  we dure include A.S.M. Alex Smith  from our Summerland cousins, but  however that may be, he did arrive,  accompanied by Anthony DuMoulin, Clair Rowcliffe and A. S. M.  Parkinson. TheBe fellows, feeling  in a pugnacious mood after the  food supplied by the quartermaster,  decided to join in the game. And  a marvellous game it was! We  fought, we tussled, we kicked, we  raised a terrific duet that spread  over the lake for miles, but at the  end of it all we were in as big a  fix as ever. The score was 2 all.  Al"x. Smith showed up for the  opposing side and was greatly  responsible for the two goals Bcor-  ed by them. Our visiting friends  departed battered and bruised after  this, with the exception of Smith  and Parkinson who remained the  night with us. After a camp fire  and feed of ice cream suppli-d by  Mr. DuMoulin, we turned in.  Sunday broke forth into sunshine  but it was not till seven o'clock  that we wakened from a drowsy  sleep. We were to have a march  past, service and several visitors  to-day so fiendish preparations  were made as regards uniform and  tents. We reheated the march-  past in the a.m. and were ready for  the first visitors who arrived about  noon. These were the Summer-  land troop who had promised to  spend the day with us. As soon  as the ferry which conveyed them  became distinguishable, the signalling flags were out and messages  flashed between the boat and <the  shore. As soon as they got ashore  all enjoyed a swim and were then  ready for lunch, which was served  in two relays, one for our troop  and one for the visitors. After  lunch the weather went back on  use and it began to rain, but cleared up Blightly in time for the march-  past and service, both of which  were laken by the Commissioner.  A swim followed aftd before departing a challenge waa issued for  a game of football between Kelowna and Summerland. The teams  took the field and after a tremendous battle we finished with two  goals for us and none against us.  The game was very even and good  play was featured by both sides.  After bidding a sad and fond adieu  to our visiting troop, accompanied  by cheers on both sides, we had  tea and after camp-fire, retired to  our tents for the night.  (To be continued)  (gip/QA&M  FRIDAY  AND SATURDAY  "Toby's Bow''  A quaint and fascinating story of the South, featuring the ever popular  TOM  MOORE  Also the Mack Sennetl Comedy Special "The Star Boarder," and "Topics  ol the Day.  Evening, 7.30 and 9 Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee at 3.30, 10c and 25c  MONDAY   AND  TUESDAY  Mrs. CHARLIE   CHAPLIN  in ,  "The Inferior Sex"  Who shall judge a man by his clothes ? Who shall ridicule a woman by  hear-say 1 Why ahould one be the auperior to the other. Should it be ? Is  it so > Which and why > Come and see���it is a pure and simple test atory  that is by no means offensive and ia highly interesting.  Also the Chester Outing Travel picture "Good Indians in Wonderland"  and "Bobby Comes Marching Home, Christie Comedy.  Evening 7.30 and 9  Admission 20c and 35c  WEDNESDAY   AND   THURSDAY  Special Attraction���the new Paramount production of  Mark Twain's famous book  'Huckleberry Finn*  Through all the yeara -they live I Ai real, aa fresh, as appealingly human  today aa when Marie Twain, his eyea a-twinkle, called them from hia heart  and wrote them down forever in the world's greatest romance of youth.  Now, in this irresistible photoplay, they live before your very eyea. with all  their charm, their etcapadea. their lovable, laughable waya. A tale of other  daya on the Mississippi, pulsing with a hundred immortal adventures, mellowed with much laughter, aoftened by a few teara. A picture aa great as  the atory.  Alao Paramount Screen  Magazine and "Topics of the Day."  Evening, One Show Only at 8.15, 30c and 55c  Special Matinee Wednesday at 3.30 p.m.,  SCHOOL CHILDREN FREE, Adults 35c  WHY WALK TO VERNON  WHEN THE r  OVERLAND STAGE  LEAVES KELOWNA DAILY AT 12 A.M., RETURNING LEAVES  SINGLE $3 i   RETURN $5.  VERNON 8 A.M.  PHONE 298  BOX 351  D. CHAPMAN  MOTOR  HAULAGE CONTRACTOR  Motor Truck* for every  kind of hauling.  Speedy, comfortable Pneumatic  Truck for Picnics, &c. " ,  Furniture and Pianos  Moved with care.  CHALMERS CAR FOR HIRE  DAY OR  NIGHT  LIVERY  AND FEED   STABLES  AT THE  Johnson Barn, Lawrence Avenue  CREAM PRICES  from August 2nd, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1^��  70c per lb. butter fat  . No. 2 - 68c       ��� ��� .  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD. Thursday, August 19,1920  KBLOWNA  aRCOSD  PAGE THREE  if   c$M$rcp   .  PHONE   361 KELOWNA  Girls' and Boys'  Good School Shoes  Mothers will be more  than delighted when  they see these Children's Shoes.they will  be satisfied and gratified. These are Shoes  the girls and boys  will want because  they're smart looking  and comfortable;  shoes that mother will  like because - they  combine all those  necessities which assure long and satia-  .   factory service.  Shoes from Infants' sizes to the Growing Girl or  Boy who takes size 6.  KORKER Shoes tor Boys  in Black and Brown calf,  comfortable and easy on  the feet $3.95 to $6.95  BLACK Oxford j for Boys  in Korker make. An excellent wide fitting shoe.  Priced $3.95 pair  GROWING GIRLS Brown  Calf Brogues in sizes 2J to  6, good heavy sole and  low heel $7.95 pair  GROWING GIRLS Black  Oxfords in fine black calfskin $7.75 pair  Hulhurts Cushion Sole Shoes  An extensive assortment of  the famous Hulburts Shoe  in all sizes  for  Children   up   to   Misses' Shoes, size 6.  Look  over our complete  stock  before  making your  final decision  Smart New Sweaters  for the cool autumn days  THE vogue for  Sweaters is at its  height and it is no  wonder when one  realizes how practical and serviceable they are. Our  large showing includes all the original ideas in style  and color combinations. These are,  bound to appeal to  discerning & fashionable women  from' the viewpoint of style, quality and price.  See these now on display.  WM. HAUG & SON, Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  Prices are Down  On Hay, Grain, Potatoes  Free City Delivery  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones:   Fetjd Store 29 ;   Warehouse 117 ;   Office }7  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mrs. H. G Blair left last week  on a visit to Toronto.  Mrs. DeMara sr., who has been  here from Toronto on a visit to her  son, left Friday on her return east.  Mrs. Jas. Riggs left Tuesday for  Vancouver after a few weeks' visit  to relatives here.  Mrs. Ingram and two children  left yesterday for Calgary,  Miss Mary Ferrier waa a visitor  to-day for Victoria.  Harry Burns was a passenger to  Calgary Monday.  Mr. Stephen Sharrop who hat  been viaiting Mr. Jas. Harvey, sr.,  left Monday on his return to Indian  Head.  John Rowcliffe left Friday for  Regina where he will stay until  the end of the shipping season.  Mr. Thos. Blachford of Medicii.e  Hat, Alta., has been visiting his  sister, Mrs. J. C. Stockwell for the  past ten days.  Mrs. Johnson has returned to  her old position in charge of the  government telegraph office after  an absence of several years, during  which, time she has been stationed  at Penticton.  The erection of a new office  building for Messrs. Mantle & Wilson was commenced this week on  a site next to the Palace Hotel. It  is to be of concrete construction,  with vault. The contractor ia Mr,  Alex Bennett.  J. Hamill, of Armstrong, haa  located a claim about a mile from  the head of Okanagan lake. The  ore is said to carry 33 ounces in  silver and 21 per cent, of lead.  Thia claim originally was located  bv Mr. Hamill and others 28 years  ago, but was allowed to lapse. The  discovery has caused a small local  excitement, and several other  claims have been staked.  C.P.R. Agent Swerdfager has just  received notification of his promotion to charge at Kamloops,  and will leave shortly to take over  his new duties. Mr. Swerdfager  has been in Kelowna for the paat  aix years and besides giving the  most satisfactory service to the  Company, has served the public in  a very genial and abliging way. In  consequence he has many friends  who, though. congratulating him  upon his well-deserved advancement, will regret to see him leave.  Mr. Swerdiager has also been a  prominent member of the Baptist  church and haa done much good  work tor that institution in his  capacity of clerk. Mrs. Swerdfager  and the family are still holidaying  at the coaat.  Mrs. E. Barber waa a paasenger  Saturday for Calgary.  Mr. and Mra. S. V. Ware were  passengers Thursday to Victoria.  Mrs. D. E. Macdonald left Monday for Duncans, B.C.  Mrs. Clark, who has been visiting Mrs. A. Anderson, left for  Medicine Hat Tueaday.  Miss Lilian E. Anderson was ���  passenger Tuesday on her way to  Australia.  Gerald Blackaby left for Summerland Monday.  G. H. Fosbery and family, of  Vancouver, were arrivals Monday.  W. Petch and Geo. Sutherland  left Monday for Swift Current.  The Baptist Sunday-School ia  holding its annual picnic to-dav at  the wharf, Okanagan Mission.  Mr. end Mrs. H. C. Osborne and  two children are yiaitors this week  from Vancouver.  Major and Mra. Tailyour and  Miss Wright were Peachland visitors last week-end.  J. Williamson, of Greenwood, is  a visitor in Kelowna this week.  -W. D. Manton and W. Mclver  were visitors from Vernon yesterday.  Mr. and Mra. G. A. Clarke, of  Calgary, came in Tueaday to spend  a few days in the city.  Two new apecial prizea are being offered for competition at the  Fall Fair, as follows : Beat collection of fruit and vegetables, preserved, canned, pickled, dried, &c,  not less than 15 and not more than  20 jars in exhibit. First prize, $15.  second, $10, given by Thos. Law-  son, Ltd. Entries to be in by 1st  September, Best wool 'cap and  scarf, knitted. Firat prize, $3 ;  second, $2, given by Mrs. Geo.  Rowcliffe.  Benvoulin Notes  Mr. and Mra. Myers of Spokane,  Wash., spent a few day of last  week with Mr. and Mra. Rawlins.  This week sees the beginning of  the tobacco harvest, Mr. Chamberlain having started cutting hia crop  on Tuesday.  Mr. W. S. Young and family of  Naramata were visiting Mr. and  Mrs. J. B. Fishei during Regatta  week-  Mr. DeMauner with his son and  daughter from Clunv, Alta., wete  visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. Rawlins  during last week.  Mr. and Mrs. McPfiee-Ferguson,  of Yakima, Oregon, arrived by  motor on Wednesday last to visit  Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fisher.  The regular meeting of the Benvoulin United Farm vVomen will  be held on Thursday afternoon,  August 26th, at the home of Miss  D. Day. A good attendance ia  requested.  ��Jhat|m3  Appearing at ths Empress  Monday and Tuesday next  ANNOUNCEMENTS  English Church service will be  conducted at Rutland next Sunday  at 3 o'clock.  The Fuller Brushes are being  shown in this town by a locally-  licensed representative. Wait for  your demonatration.  At the morning service in the  United Church, Mr. Drury Pryce  will play "An Indian Lament"  (Dvorak) and Air on the G. String  (Purcell) In the evening VJiss Doris  Williams of the Metropolitan Choir,  Regina, will sing "The Voice in the  Wilderness."  The Jack MacMillan Chapter,  I.O.D.E., are giving a corn roaat  on the lakeshore at the rear of Mr.  D. W. Sutherland's reaidence, on  Friday evening, August 27th, at 8  p.m. Admission 50c, childien 25c.  Jitneys will leave the corner of  Ellis Street and Bernard. Everyone  come and have a good time.  Mr. C. H. Swart and wife are  registered at the Palace Hotel. Mr.  Swart is salesman connected with  F. R. Shikora of Penticton repreaenting the Taylor Engineering Co.,  Ltd., of Vancouver, Canadian Fire  Hose Co., Ltd., The Northern Electric Co., Ltd., and the Waterman-  Waterbury Co., Ltd. in thia district,  and is here looking over the territory with the intention of making  thia his headquarters in the near  future.  The Return of  Charlie  was not heralded with a few  chosen selections by the  city band, or by a deputation of the city fathers, or  by little girls carrying flowers, but he came back from  hia tour of the coaat cities  with the satisfaction of  being able to tell his large  number of patrons that nowhere had he seen Shoes  priced lower than thay  are in hia own store. The  mail order houses are a  joke when compared with  price ticketa in Dark's window.   LOOK AND SEE I  Chas. Dark  Tha Fnir SKotfmin  HAVE YOU HAD A LOOK AT THE NEW  1920 Gray Dort Models  aTVI Don't neglect to drop into our show  ^Ml room and see the moat snappy and  jj attractive little car in'town ��� lower  in price than most of thc car* in their class.  We are prepared to give first-class service  with every car sold. Don't listen to criticism ; come and see for yourself and we  will guarantee that Gray Dort will fight its  own battles. We alto have some good buys  tn Second-Hand Cars.  W. R. GLENN 8c SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  The 1920 Fire Underwriters-Report gives Kelowna  a very bad name on account of defective electric  wiring.  The provincial electrical inspector when here recently demanded that some recent electric installations be improved and brought up to conform with  standard requirements.  Why run the risk and danger of improperly installed electric work or the annoyance and inconvenience of having your wiring condemned and done  all over again ?  HAVE YOUR ELECTRIC WORK DONE BY  RESPONSIBLE ELECTRIC FIRMS  J. R. CAMPBELL    JAMES H. TRENWITH  Pendozi Street  Kelowna, B.C.  "The Electric Shop,"  Kelowna, B.C.  Phone 40 P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  FOK SALE:  .INSURANCE:  Farms  Orchards  Houaea  Automobile  Life  Fin  Listings Solicited  ALSO AT  VANCOUVER,  VICTORIA. CHILLIWACK.  CLOVERDALE. MISSION. PENTICTON, Jtc.  A B. BARRAT.  Manager.  Bernard Ave., Kelowna, B. C.  Gifts That Last  Compare a sixty dollar investment in a  High-Grade Watch with sixty dollars spent  on other merchandise.  The Watch costs less in upkeep, is used  every day and night, lasts considerably  longer than most things, and is a necessity.  We recommend Elgin and Waltham.  W. M.  PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW        -        ��� MANAOER i*"5 wmmm  PAGE FOUR  KBLOWNA   tECOmD  Thursday, August 19,1920  Auction  At the retidence of  H. LOCK  Wilton Ave.  Thursday, Sept. 2nd  Wheels.* & Wilton Hand Sewing Machine, Dresser and Wath Stand, oak Buftctt,  kitchen Cupboard, 6 kitchen Chniti, Rocking Chair, round Table, open front 1 leater,  Alta Cook Stove, Kitchen Table, cliild't  Cot, camp Bed, tmall Chair, Da*\\ ('hum,  Butter Bowl and Print, 2 Crocks, cupper  Boiler, 50 feet garden Hoae, Spalert, garden  Toolt, good grade Jertey Cow.  TERMS CASH Sale at 2 p.  STOCKWELL'S LTD. - Auctioneers  Stockwell's, Ltd.  KELOWNA  Is the PUce to buy  Wide Mouth Sealers and  Jelly Jars  Just Received  New shipment of  Time Saver  Electric  Washers  Make   your    purchase   this  month as prices will advance  September 1st.  W. W. LOANE  Opposite the Kelowna Sawmill  Co. 's Office  THE  MasonJaks  "&����� l\'.'taj"nir.liiii  K^pAUr^rruit:  Us">\A A wbbmlrJiMj  NoW&ld-HJotV-Q  A*��n*ll> Tlir..  GI��AJ"I> PRIZE, ���  ,MN rRftNCi'ir'.. - niiy  6*M   OIECQ  - I9��t5       tVt  We have a few  SCREEN  DOORS to  clear at a discount  Many new lines in ALUMINUM WARE  and GRANITE WARE  See our nice BED ROOM RUGS  Our GEM WASHING  MACHINE is  the best yet  A fine lot ol RANGES and HEATERS  Stockwell's, Ltd.  Waltham and Elgin  WKIST   WATCHES  Watches that will keep accurate  time���Watches that are sure to  please.  STANDARD PRICES  J. B. Knowles  KELOWNA  The Jenkins, Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING CART ACE DISTRIBUTING  Touring Cars always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.     Special rates.  Contracts taken (or Heavy or Light Freighting  Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Trucks are all trew and up-to-date  PHONE 20 DAY OR NIGHT  OVERLAND  LIGHT  <4'  A new consignment just unloaded. The most popular  Light Car of the year.  100-inch Wheel Base  Turns in the narrowest   road  130-inch Spring Base  Rides like a big "Six."  Powerful, snappy,  economical  motor.    The lightest  car on tires and gas at present on the market.  Price f.o.b. Kelowna, $1475  For demonstration see the car itself at  THE OIL SHOP  OR PHONE J. W. B. BROWNE AT 287  Several Second-hand Cars for sale at nidit prices.   Ask . (or particulars.  Okanagan Brokerage  Real Estate and Farm Lands  Opposite the C.P.R. wharf  WANTED  Listings oi Home Property within the  city limits. Must be modern, with  bath, toilet, city water and electric  light. Cement cellar not necessary,  unless guaranteed free from water in  the spring of the   year.    A few fruit  treea for family use desirable.  Write or call, giving best price  and easiest terms.  FARM LANDS  Wanted,   listings   of   small   holdings  with good buildings, within the four-  mile radius of Kelowna.  K.LO. BENCH-FOR SALE  Several   bearing  orchards, with first-  class buildings  and   modern  conveniences.  Full particulars at this oflice  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116 Bui 116  KELOWNA  Want Ads.  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000, the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvey Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle ot Wilson or other agents  29tf  or owner.  $2,200. Well - built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. Houae 32 z 28. Chicken  house and workshop. Apply P.O. Box  25. 21tf  FOR SALE, Houses, Bearing Orchards,  Cattle Ranches, City Property. Pem-  berton Ac Son, Bernard Ave. 27tf  FOR SALE, a snap, 6-roomed Houae and  large lot, garage, woodshed, cellar and  good chicken house, $2,200. Half cash,  balance on easy terms. Apply J- A.  James, Lawson Avenue.  Box 69.  31 -2 tf  At RSHIRE? COW for aale, good milker,  very gentle. Apply P. Harding, Bernard  Avenue. 38tf  FOR SALE, first-class Alfalfa Hay for  immediate delivery at Glenmore Ranch,  Phone 3305. 38-lc  SOME  GOOD MILK COWS for  sale.  Craig Bros., Rutland.  Phone 3506.    'Jfltf  COW FOR SALE.   Good milker.   Apply  H. Lock, Wilaon Avenue. 39-0p  FOR SALE, Unfinished Cottage, 2 rooms  finished, city light and water. $675 Cash.  Box 35, Kelowna. 40p  FOR SALE, 8 x 20 Silo, Barrel Churn and  Sharpies No. 2 Separator.   Pitt, Rutland,  40-2  LOST AND  FOUND  LOST, Leather Case (Standard Bank of  Canada), containing cheques. Findar  rewarded on returnt o Bank of Mon  treal, Kelowna. 39p  LOST, Between Simpson Ranch and Rutland atore, a letter (unstamped) addressed to Piara Singh, Punjab, India, sent by  Mukand Singh, and containing a draft  tor ten pounds. A reward will be given  on return to Rutland atore. 40<  SIRJATIONS VACANT  WANTED, a Cook-General, middle-aged  woman preferred. Apply Mrs. H. P,  Dick, P.O. Box 369, Kelowna. 40-5<  Mrs. Charlie Chaplin  at the Empress  Outside of its unusual love story  and the interest in its up-to-date  problems of life, "The Inferior Sex"  carries an especial appeal to women  in the exquisite gowns displayed,  its marvelous millinery creations,  the beautiful settings and wonderful scenery. This picture, starring  Mildred Harris Chaplin, the star  charming, will be shov.n at the  Empress Theatre on Monday and  Tuesday next.  Mildred Harris Chaplin appears  in different scenes in more than a  dozen different gowns. Everyone  of them is of the texture and make  that women dream of, and will be  extremely anxious to see. Hats,  gloves, hose, shoes and every  article of women's apparel are  matched in harmony and of the  very latest mode. The settings are  rich and of unusual beauty, the  interior scenes being largely in the  drawing rooms of lhe wealthy, ball  rooms, beautiful conservatories,  fashionable hotels and cafes and  private yachts. Scenes were taken  actually in homes of lhe wealthy  and in the larger hotels, so that it  is an exact representation rather  than a simulated appearance, giving everyone an insight into the  mode of life and homes of the  exclusive social set. Outdoor settings are taken along the western  coast on the sea shore where the  surf bre ks at the loot of the lawns  of the wonderful country estates  This scenerv is unusually attractive  and a delight to the eye.  "The Inferior Sex," is a story of a  beautiful young society girl, who  having married the man of her  heart's desire, believes thnt the reM  of her life will be one long Loney  moon, but who wakes up after a  few weeks of married life to find  that her husband is more engrossed  in business than he is in her charm  ing self.  mSCEI,LAJ��E0t)H  WANTED, good Mare, about 1,500 lbs.  to work single.    Apply Norris, Ellison.  22tf  HAVE YOU ENROLLED for your I.CS.  course yet ? Free booklet on request  to International Correspondence Schools  Canadian, Ltd., 6 Leckie Block, Kelowna. 7.5tf  WANTED TO EXCHANGE for land in  Kelowna diatrict, 160 acres. 60 miles  north of Calgary, 5i milea from Olds, a  choice grain, dairy.and sheep farm, al-  ways lots of feed and water, had no crop  failure in 25 years. James Wilkinson,  P.O. Box 664, Kelowns. 40-3p  UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER (not a liquid).  Miracle Motor Gas.   Veteran Vulcanising Works, Kelowna, G. Lane, Prop.  40tf  NOTICE. All persons are warned against  purchasing the property at Benvoulin  known as the Lytic place (north 20  acres), on which is a canning factory,  from anyone aave the undersigned, who  ia in  possession  of  the  aame.    H.  Turner.  28tf  Miss Dillon will be pleased to meet  ladies requiring Spirella Corsets at Room  5, Oak Hall Block,on Saturdays, from 2.30  to 5.   Phone 115 for special appointment.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH -   Phone 160  Financial Report of  Rutland School  The following is the financial  statement of the Rutland School  Board for year ending June 30th  1920:���  RECEIPTS  Balance 1918.19  $194.43  Rentof Hall      87.00  Rent of Baaement     25.00  Stationary and Supplies (sales).... 31.56  Int. on Bonds and Savings Acct ... 37.76  Govt. Grant and Taxes  6955.48  $7,331.23  EXPENDITURE  Salariea   $2690.91  Note at Royal Bank       253.65  Paidon School Lots     1633.00  Fuel      200.00  Insurance       192.00  Lumber        59.35  Stationery and Supplies      211.63  Victory Bonds     1009.22  Incidentala  14.10  Cash in hand and bank      1067.37  $7,331.23  The Championship cup given bv  the Kelowna Aquatic Association  to the copetitor securing the highest number of points in the different events was won this year by  Ian Weddell.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  Taka notice that Lee Brown, whose address is Kelowna, B.C., will apply for a  licence to take and use 200 acre feet of  water out of Dowley Creek, which flows  south-east and drains into north fork of  Mission Creek near the south-east corner  of D.L. 1306. The water will be diverted  from the stream at a point about 300 feel  south.eaat of the north-west corner of Lot  1306, and will be uaed for irrigation purpose upon the land described as District  Lot 1306, Osoyoos. This notice was posted on the ground on the 5th day of August. 1920. A copy of this notice and an  application purauant thereto and to the  "Water Act, 1914," will be filed in the  office of the Water Recorder at Vernon.  Objectiona to the application may be Bled  with the aaid Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty daya  after the first appearance of thia notice in  a local newapaper. The date of the first  publication of this notice ia Thursday,  August 5th. 1920. 38-2  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired or Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  p.o,Box no  St. Paul Street     Kelowna  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholiter your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &c.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  AH  Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with  Kelowna   Furniture Co.  Phone 388  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1693  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Next door to Poet Oflice  BUNGALOW, 5 rooms, bathroom, fully  modern, cement baaement, in first-class  condition, Urge lot, close in, only $3,000  on terma. Couldn't be built to day for  the money.  TWO-STOREY Frame House, with two  large lots, 6 rooms with basement. Close  in.   $3,800 on terma  BUNGALOW, 5 rooms, good outbuild,  ings, with one acre of choice land. A  snap, only $3,500 on terms.  TWO-STOREY Frame House. 8 rooms,  large cement baaement, fully modern,  stable hold four horses, garage, woodshed, including two lota $5,000 on  terms. Immediate possession can be  given.  LARCE BUNGALOW, fully modern, 7  room, bathroom.oneacreof choice land  12 bearing fruit trees.   $5,500 on terms.  FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, woodshed and  chickenhouse.   $1,400 on terms.  TWO-STOREY Frame  Houae, 6  roomr,  good outbuildings, one acre of choice  soil.   $3,000 on terms.  TWO-STOREY cement block House, 6  rooms, kitchen and pantry, entrance hall  cement cellar outside. Stable. $4,750  on terms.  HOUSE, 3 rooms, including four lots,  stable hold four horses, two chicken  houses, pig pen, 9 bearing fruit trees,  small fruits. $2,000. Half cash balance  to arrange.  We have a large selection of city property  for sale. Call and see us. Prices and  terms to suit.  Oflice hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdasy 9 to  10 p.m.  NOTICE  Users of irrigation water in my neighbourhood should take notice that turning  their waste water through my property  (Lots 3 and 6, Block 18, Belgo Sub-division) are rendering themselves liable to  legal proceedings for damages.  34tf DUNCAN M. MORISON.  $125  PER ACRE  Good ORCHARD LAND  under a good irrigation system  Also orchards in full bearing  Easy Terms  THOS.  BULMAN  Phone 3206 Kelowna  DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND  DEFENCE  Notice to ex-members of the Canadian  Expeditionary Force  NOTICE is hereby given to all concerned  that ex-members of the Canadian Ex-  petitionary Force who are entitled to and  who require post-discharge dental treatment must submit their applications to the  District Dental Officer at the Headquarters  of the District in which they reside on or  before 1st September, 1920. Applications  for dental treatment received after 1st  September. 1920, will not be considered.  (Sgd) EUGENE FISET.  Major General,  Deputy Minister, Militia and Defence.  Ottawa, August 3, 1920.  Note.���Newspapers will not be paid for  the advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Department.       40-1  JUST ISSUED  Wrigley's B. C. Directory  for 1920  Year Book of British Columbia  Official data covering agriculture, lands, timber, mining, fishing and public worka.  Gazetteer and Alphabetical Directory  Ddscribing 2149 cities, towns, villages and settlements within  the Province, giving location, distances and directions (rom  larger points, how reacned, with a synopsis of local resources  populations, 6tc, followed by an alphabetical directory of all  business and professional men, employees, farmers, stock  raisers, fruit growers, &c.  Classified Business Section  The business interests of the province, including manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers, listing all products from the  raw material to the finished article, are classified under 569  headings, alphabetically arranged according to towns.  Trade Names, Brands, and Trade Marks  A list of popular trade names, brands and trade mark gooda,  either manufactured or represented in British Columbia,  alphabetically arranged.  Patronize B. C. Industries  Almost anything which anyone desires can be purchased in  British Columbia. Every dollar spent in B.C. assists the Province. You can assist B.C. bv trading with B.C. merchants.  If you are unable to purchase what you desire in. your local  town or community, then consult Wrigley's Classified Business  Directory, a copy of which can be secured at all first-class  drug stores, confectionery stores, hotels, automobile garages,  in fact, most of the live business concerns have a copy of  Wrigley's 1920 British Columbia Directory.  Subscription $10 prepaid to any address  Wrigley's Directories Limited  198, Hastings St., West, Vancouver, B.C.  Phone Seymour 2876  **=;  ���M  ���anom

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