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 TOP  HA-,  \^w��0��rs]  LCsTtssn *  VOL XI.  NO. 41  Trfff*1'1  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 28, 1919.���4 PACES  $1.50 Per Annum  Making Efforts to  Relieve Sugar Famine  Feared Too Late to Prevent  Lots to Fruit Shippers  The sugar shortage on the prairies continues to give all fruit ship,  pen grave cause for uneasiness  and although strenuous efforts are  being put forth from several quarters to accelerate and equalize the  distribution of available sugar, it is  lobe feared that they will be too  late to be really effective.  The Western Jobbers Association, and the EC Traffic and Credit  Association are co-operating in  this matter and are paying Mr. R.  Winslow's expenses at Ottawa. He  is meeting the various cabinet ministers and representatives of the  different refineries in order to secure prompt action. In the meantime the B. C. Fruit Growers Assn.  have been asked to carry on an  extensive advertising campaign in  the daily newspapers pointing out  the satisfactory results of preserving without sugar.  In a report to the Credit and  Traffic Association, Mr. Winslow  estimates thesshortage at ISO carloads. Continued efforts with the  Trade Commission have resulted  in export being stopped for the  present and large shipments being  released for winter consumption  by the eastern refineries.  Just how bad the situation was  may be gathered from the follow,  ing report from the Edmonton  Journal of July 30th:  "On Tuesday afternoon one family in thisfcity telephoned to twenty-  seven different grocery stores and  received the same reply in every  instance���no sugar to-dey. A personal visit to seven different stores  resulted in the purchase of four  pounds; in one store two pounds  were sold for 15c a pound, while  in a second the grocer made the  most of his opportunity and charged 50c for the two pounds.  Want Road Foreman  Fowler Reinstated  The action of road superintendent McAlpine in dismissing lhe  local road foreman, C. Fowler, this  week, apparently brought to a head  the dissatisfaction with which the  former is regarded in some parts  of the district, and at an Indignation  meeting gathered together Tuesday  evening in the Board of Trade room  resolutions were passed calling for  his removal and the reinstatement  of Fowler.  Sotne thirty people had been  assembled from various districts,  and a* each section apparently has  its own grievances over the road  question, McAlpine, who had been  invited to be present, was subjected to a heavy fire of criticism, which  grew fairly warm at times.  Mr. M. Hereron, who was the  principal speaker, stated that the  meeting had been called for two  reasons : first, dissatisfaction over  the dismissal of the road foreman,  and secondly, general discontent  over the road conditions. The  roads, he said, were an absolute  disgrace, and would be worse  when the heavy hauling commenced. .'  ��      '  The whole fault, he claimed,  rested with the road superintendent, who did not know his job.  The road foreman had done hh  best, but had been given wrong  instructions. The same kick, he  said, came from all over the district and nothing would satisfy the  farmers but to have a Kelowna  nan in charge here.  Mr. S. T. Elliott supported this  view. He said he had been here  twenty-seven years, but had never  known worse roads than we had  to-day, Mr. McAlpine was here  probably one-tenth of his time,  when he should spend at least  three-quarters" of it here.  Complaints were registered by  the speakers regarding the K.LO.,  Glenmore and Mission roads.  Mr. McAlpine while maintaining  that it was the district engineer  who should have been there to  answer most of the criticisms, defended his work in. ther district,  which he believed was the best  that could be done with the money  available. He resented the abuse  which had been heaped upon him,  which   he   believed   originated  Bosh Fires Are  Doing Great Damage  Dry Weather and Winds Have  Aggravated Conditions  The continued dry weather and  recent winds have during the past  week aggravated the forest fire  situation so as to cause the gravest  anxiety throughout the valley. In  the immediate vicinity of Kelowna  at least three serious fires are  burning, while south at Naramata  and north at Enderby and Mara,  the situation is even worse. In the  neighbourhood of Scotty Creek on  the watershed east of Ellison, the  fire which has been burning there  for nearly two weeks is now reported to have assumed most  alarming proportions. Starting  from a lightning-struck tree it is  claimed that this fire could have  been handled by a couple of men  in a few hours if taken at the time  it was discovered. Juat where the  blame lies for its neglect will no  doubt be determined later, but the  present fact is that the nine men  who are engaged there are utterly  inadequate to cope with it. It has  got into a country very difficult to  traverse and unless the efforts of  the fire fighters are very soon aided by a good shower of rain, the  worst results are feared. As well  as destroying a large amount of  valuable standing timber, it is denuding a portion of the watershed  upon which two irrigation systems  have to depend. Another fire has  been observed further esst, but  owing to the smoke it is difficult to  locate exactly.  During the week another outfit  waa despatched to the headquarters of Sawmill Creek, where a serious outbreak had been reported.  At Naramata things are still  worse. A week ago the fire was  reported to be under control, but  the high winds have caused a fresh  breakaway and many miles of timbered country near the Naramata  supply dam are being devastated.  The town itself is practically closed  up every available man being out  doing his bit to stem the disaster  which threatens the water supply.  A force of over 100 men are engaged under the direction of the  chief fire warden.  From Enderby and Mara alarming reports have been coming during the week and though these  towns are not "wiped out" as was  rumored, much destruction is being wrought in the neighbourhood.  Dissatisfaction is being freely  expressed with the whole system,  or lack of system, of fire protection in this district, resulting in delays which are likely to prove costly in the extreme.  o   Indian Murderer  to Hang  The authorities at the provincial  farm at Oakalla are making preparations for the Hinging of the  Indian, Alex. Ignace, who was found  guilty at the Kamloops spring assize  court of the murder of his wife.  Ignace will pay the penalty on Friday morning, September 29th.  This will tie the first hanging to  take place at the Butnaby prison  farm, at the present time there being only two points on the mainland  of' the province, Nelson and Burnaby, where prisons are being  operated.  largely in personal spite.  Asked as to his reason for dismissing Fowler, Mr. McAlpine  would not say more than that he  considered him inefficient, and that  he was putting in his place the  best man in the district. Fowler,  he said, had quit him on three different occasions and he had tried  to get a Kelowna man to fill his  place, but could not do so.  The meeting, however, was not  to be pacified, and after further  stormy discussion a resolution was  prepared and carried unanimously,  asking for the removal of McAlpine and requesting the reappointment of Fowler. This was to be  wired . to the Minuter of Public  Works and to engineer Gwyer.  Discussion then turned to the  serious bush fires which were burn,  ing in the district, and it was left  with the chairman to see that effec-1  tive action was taken to control  |them.  Vancouver Board of  Trade WiU Pay  Visit to Kelowna  Another excursion similar to the  one which took place recently to,  pointa in northern and central  British Columbia, is planned by  the Vancouver Board of Trade,  this time to the Okanagan and other sections of the fruit-growing dis-  iricts of the province. The places  to be visited are Kamloops, Vernon, Kelowna and Penticton and  other points in the fruit belt. The.  excursion will be held at as early  a date as is possible.  Valley Crop WiU Be  Much Larger  According to Mr. F, W. Peters,  general superintendent of the C.P.R.  for B.C., the crop in the Valley this  yesr will approximate twenty per  cent, more than last year. Mr.  Peters has just completed a trip  through the Okanagan, and upon  what he learned he gave out the  above statement.  "Last year the CP.R. moved  3,350 cars from the Valley," said  Mr. Peters, and "and this vear we  are preparing to move 4,000 cars."  Crops in the non-irrigated districts in the north end of the Valley  will be light on account of the dty  season, Mr. Peters thought.  R. J. McCurdy Dead  Mr. Geo. McCurdy received word  Friday of the death at Keremeos  of his nephew R. J. McCurdy. Bob  McCurdy, who was a well-known  rancher of the south end of the  valley, was one of the first Canadian  contingent and one of the first men  in this part of the country to return  from the war wounded. Besides  suffering the loss of an eye, he was  badly gassed at a time when our  forces were unprepared for this  mode of attack. He never recovered, and to the injury done to his  lurifes is due his untimely death at  the age of 35.  0.W.V.JL Discuss  Employment of Aliens  Hold Conference with Heads  of Cannery Plants  The employment locally of alien  labor, snd more especially of  enemy origin, haa frequently been  a matter for dissatisfaction and  criticism amongst the returned men.  Lately there have been unpleasant  rumors hsnded around regarding  the certain Germans and Hungarians who were working in the different canneries, and it was alleged,  were being favored at the expense  of white women and returned  soldiers. These rumors induced  the Great War Veterans to call a  special meeting Saturday evening,  inviting the heads of the different  plants to discuss the matter.  The secretary outlined the attitude which had been taken bv  the Dominion convention of the  [GW.V.A. regarding preference in  employment to returned men, alien  labor, and a fair wage based on the  present cost of living. Reports on  local conditions, it was stated, showed that returned men were largely  employed, but some soreness had  been created by the employment  and alleged favoring of the alien  women in question.  The managers of the canning  plants, on the other hand, denied  that any such discrimination was  shown. They were willing to employ all the returned men and  white women who were willing to  work. They pointed out the great  difficulties they had to contend  with in handling a very perishable  crop in such a short season, and  the impossibility of obtaining adequate labor for their needs. If they  failed to put up the greatest possible  pack, not only themselves but the  whole district would suffer. They  were desirous of cooperating in  every possible way with the  G.W.V.A., and were willing to  strain points to provide employment for those who needed it.  There is no doubt that much  good will come from the holding  of such a meeting, affording as it  Kelowna Man Faces  Charge of Bigamy  A former Kelowna man named  S. Soames turned up this week  after two years absence only to be  arrested on a chaige of wife desertion. From information which  has come into* the hands of the  police and a partial confession  which has been extracted from  Soames himself, it is likely that he  will be faced with the more serious  charge of bigamy. In fact, Soames  has admitted that in addition to  tha wife and two children he left  here in Kelowna, he haa a wife  and child in Norfolk, England.  The case has been remanded  for a week pending inquiries which  are being made by the police.  Celebrates 91St Birthday  Congratulations are being extended this week to Mr. W. S. Cameron,  of Richter street, who on Tuesday  of this week attaitted the ripe old  age of 91.' The old gentleman,  who has spent the past six years or  more of his long and interesting  life in Kelowna, is still hale and  hearty, and takes a lively interest  in passing events both local and  otherwise.  William Bate, 13, eldest son of  Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bate of Vernon,  died Monday. He was thrown  from his horse and sustained a dislocated shoulder. During the surgical operation to set the injured  limb, chloroform was administered  and the youthful sufferer never recovered from the effects of the  anaesthetic.  did an opportunity for airing  grievances, and bringing out different points of view.  The next meeting of the Association is to be held Saturday, Sept.  6tn, when it is hoped there will  be a large attendance, as a decision  will have to be made on tfie queation of a new club houae. There  are also several important resolutions to be submitted.  Preparing for Big  Fay Fairtt Year  Big Entries are Looked For In  Fruit, Poultry, and Stock  Only four short weeks to the Fall  Fair. This is the next event in  order and the district should see  to it that this year of the return of  peace and prosperity should mark  a new era���that, in short, the Fair  should partake of the ne*w spirit of  revival and be indeed a Peace  Fair. 1 he value of the Fair as an  educative influence is undoubted,  but like all such things, lethargy  and indifference can rob it of all  its usefulness.  It is in this spirit of determination to make a new start, to bury  the paat struggles in oblivion, and  to make the Kelowna Fall Fair the  leading Fair of the valley, that the  directors are tackling the undertaking this year. With anvthing  like decent aupport on behalf of  farmers and exhibitors and the  citizens generally it can be done.  For one thing, there is likely to  be a much bigger entry this year.  Fruit, stock and poultry especially  will show a big increase, and these  are the things which are characteristic of the district. Should the  committee be successful in securing the presence of the Prince of  Wales and his entourage, the need  of making a good impression in  respect to quantity and quality of  exhibits is obvious.  District displays will likely be  well to the fore this year, as indeed  they should. A novel feature will  possibly be a display by the new  soldier settkrs of the district and  the G.W.V.A. is also contemplating arranging a big display of war  trophies.  The amusement end is not being forgotten and a big program of  races has been arranged. Mr. Boucher will be on hand with his  roundabout-, ferris wheel and  other attractions.  Altogether, reports the secretaiy  Mr. H. G. M. Wilson, things are  looking very promising for a bumper year.  THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF  KELOWNA  TAX SALE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Act of British Columbia and amendments  thereto, and of the City-of Kelowna Tax Sale Regulation By-Law, 1919, I shall, on Monday, the first day of September, 1919, at the  hour of ten o clock in the forenoon, at the Council Chamber, Kelowna, B.C., offer for sale by public auction the lands and real  property situate in the City of Kelowna, hereinafter set out for delinquent taxes, subsequent taxes in arrear, and the current year'a taxea  together with interest, costs and expenses, if the delinquent taxes respectively due in respect  of each  parcel be  not sooner paid.  DESCRIPTION/ PROPERTY  TOTAL  ASSESSED   OWNER  LOCATION   OF   PROPERTY  Ul  Hoc*  Keg. Hon  Vtltart  Cents  10  1306  Corner of Ellis Street and Oxford Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)...  19  16  Bekemoyer, H. S                      '12  1306  Lakeshore Drive (Lakeside Subdivision)                                27  64  12  1306  Lakeshore Drive (Lakeside Subdivision)                           24  83  Bennett, Charles E.                                  ......  1  1306  Roanoke Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                          15  18  9  1306  Roanoke Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                           15  18  18  1306  Cambridge Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                15  18  Stirling, T. W., Taylor. F. A. and Crichton, )  Min, Trustees for tha Pariah of St. 7  549  Comer of Sutherland Avenue and Richter Street                       96  63  549  Richter Street                                                           84  26  Michael k All Angels' Church                ,  549  Richter Street                                                          84  26  887  Guy Street                                                                24  63  887  Guy Street                                                                   24  83  Daigle F. and Noel A.               *...  887  Guy Street                                                   24  83  DaipleF. and Noel A   887  Guy Street                                                               24  83  887  Guy Street                                                                   24  83  Daigle F. and Noal A.                                   887  Guy Street                                                               24  83  887  Guy Street                                                                   24  83  Daigle F. and Noel A                        887  Unnamed street running west to Manhattan  Beach off Guy Street...  24  83  Daigle F. and Noal A.  887  Unnamed street running west to Manhattan Beach off Guy Street...  24  83  Daigle F. and Noel A                   887  Unnamed Street running weat to Manhattan Beach off Guy Street  24  83  1000  Wolseley Avenue                                                         62  65  483  Patterson Avenue                                                         30  55  Gill, Mra. Ross                                     1232  Watson Avenue                                             *           15  18  Gill, Mrs. Rosa                                  1232  Watson Avenue                                                       15  18  Gore, S. M.                                           483  Patterson Avenue                                                       30  55  Gore,S. M   483  Patterson Avenue                                                        33  82  1306  Roanoke Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                          13  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ud.                    1306  Corner of Bay Avenue and Kingaway (Lakeside Subdivision)  19  16  1306  Bay Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                           15  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                  1306  Bay Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)           ...                  15  18  1306  Bey Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                    15  18  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                  20  1306  Bey Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                     15  18  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.               1306  Bay Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                      ...              15  18  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                  1306  Bay Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)            .....               15  18  24  1306  Bay Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                      ._  15  18  (Continued on page four.) PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, August 28,'  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. 1  can re-upholster your auto.  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, &c.  Re-made Polished  Cosey Corners  Made end Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  ��� Late  with Kelowna   Furniture Co.  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  Wt sell ell kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243 Delivery  i. I.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Bicycle Supplies  Electric Wiring  and Supplies  J. R. CAMPBELL  Abbott Street, corner of   Park Ave.  Phone 347  The London Times  History of the War  20 VOLS.  Price, Terms and Sample  Copy on application to  GEO. LANE  Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  Phone 202 P.O. Box 489  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUR.  KELOiVNA.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOMNH RECORD  Published every ThcrnsWy at Kaeewna,  British Crumb...  JOHN LEATHLEY  Srtitor and Proprietor  SDBSORIFTION  BATH)  11.80   ear   raar:   Tie.,   all   moatas.  Ualtai  stat.s 10 esata addlUorral.  Subscribers ai tea resales- rate caa aevs  sitra parasrs malUd to faisnds at a dlsts.no.  ���t HALF RATI. t.s.. TS esats oar seer.  This sneolel nriyUsse   is   truntsd   toe   tks  dot-doss ol edvsrtisiasr ths nit. *nd district.  All sobserinttoaa oarvabla la advaaes  4DVERTIH1N0  RATES  l DIlUK  NOTICES.  PBOntSSlONAL CABIN.  KTC.. 28 osats nw coloma laek nsr stssk.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-S0 davs. tSr  SO davs ST.  WATKR NOTICES-IS Ioe Hvs lassrtloas.  LEGAL  AOVBRTISINO-Ftrst   Inssrtioe.    13  OBDts psr Una: seoli sabssansat lassrtioa. S  seats osr lias.  DISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS-!no   leekss  aad andsr. SO osats nsr* Inob tirst lassrtioa  ov.r  two inobss 40 osnts oer inoh lirst   lassrtioa:   20 osats  oer  inoh each  subtMaMBt  Inssrtfon.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -I osnts  osr word    lirst  Insertion.   1  oent psr  word  saoh sabasnosBt Inssrtton.  All obarurss tn contract advsrtlssmeota mast  be in the hands ol ths winter br Tuesda.  svooinir to ensure publication ia tba eslt  issns.  Rutland News  r own eotTssposstssrtl.  Mrs. Homuth and son Ernie returned a few daya ago from their  visit back east.  Mrs. Dan McDonald returned  home from the Kelowna Hospital  today.  Mrs. Hardie received the sad  news last week from Morse, Sask.,  that ���her brother, Walter Martin, a  well known rancher at Morse, had  been killed in a runaway accident.  The R.A.C. dance held last Friday evening in the school house  was a great success. There was a  large crowd out and everybody  had a good time. Ice cream and  refreshments were served during  the evening.  Benvoulin Notes  Mre F. Gartrell from Summer-  ���ind is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E A.  Da/.  Special Labor Day service v. ill  be held al Bethel h'resbylriian  Church on Sunday.  The Benvnulinites were all pleased tn see Mr. D. Lister last week  when he made a short visit to  friends in the district.  Mr. Young, who has been spending a few daya with Mr. and Mrs.  J. B. Fisher, left on Monday for  Naramata.  Mr. George Day left on Monday  afternoon.a boat for the coast to  resume his studies at the B.C.  University.  A very successful tea was held  at the home of Mrs. D. McEachern  on Thursday last under the auspices  of the Benvoulin branch of the  W.M.S. The Rutland and Kelowna branches were well represented,  A collection was taken up and lhe  funds of the society were enriched  by the sum of $15.50.  -#-*-  The Penticton branch of the  Smith Lumber Co. has been taken  over by the Leir Lumber Co.  Okanagan College building has  been leased by the Summerland  school board for High School purposes.  A large number of Doukhobor  women went up laat week to  Okanagan Centre, where they will  pack apples for the season.  The Best Quality  of Meat  at the Lowest Possible  Prices  Thii ia what we aim to give the people  of Kelowna, and  increasing   buaineai  ���Wows that we are doing it.  Veteran Meat Market  J. E. Jamea   -   Prop.  Phone 163 Bernard Avenue  Caah and Carry  ,Packet of  WILSONS  FLY PADS  t WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN ,'  X $8��-��WORTH  OF ANY /  L\ STICKY FLYCATCHER/'  Clean t -) handle. Sold by all Drug-  pibts, Grocra :.nd General Stores.  Column for Boy Scouts  In a lettei received from Commissioner Heneage we are glad to  hear that Patrol Leader Marshall  is now on the road to recovery  after severe illness. This is the  aecond operation Nelson has had  during the last two months and we  feel sincerely sorry for him, but at  the same time very pleased to know  lhat he is making a steady recovery,  and we trust that he will be back  with us again in a very short time.  e e  a  During the last week, to be exact on Wednesday, a dance was  given by the Summerland Troop  of Boy Scouls, in the College Gymnasium, their clubroom, and was  indeed a great success. The dance  was exceedingly well attended and  there were a great many people  from the towns all around the south  end of the lake, and we even noticed some persons from our own  town of Kelowna having a wonderful time. The Summerland Troop  most certainly deserves great credit  for such a successful and enjoyable  dance, and we who came down  from Kelowna wish to thank them  very much for their kindness lo us.  e        a  e  The Commissioner has written to  inform us that a new Scout handbook has been published. Any  scout wishing to have one of theae  may obtain one for 65c post paid  from Victoria, for 58c. from lhe  publishers, McClelland & Stewait,  215 Victoria St., Toronto, Ont., or  they   may be obtained locally for  75c.  We are glad to be able to announce that two scouts have passed  their swimmer's badge, these are  Scnut E. Wilson and 'Second |.  Butler, Mrs. Foote kindly acting as  examiner. We must again point  out that the swimming season is  now almost over, and the water  getting colder every day, so that if  there are any scouts, and we feel  sure that there muat be, who wish  tn pass either their Swimmer or  Rescuer Badge, they will have to  do so sometime during the next  week, as after then the water will  probably be too cold to swim in.  On looking at our census returns  which are just about to be sent into  headquarters, we find that the  number of proficiency badges and  second class and first class badges  is ridiculously small when compared with the number of scouts in  LAND REGISTRY ACT  NOTICE is hereby given that I shall at  the expiration of one month (rom the date  of the firat publication hereof issue a  Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the below  mentioned lenda in the name of John  Jemea Hall, of Kelowna, B.C., unleas in  the meantime valid objection ia made to  me in writing.  The holder of the following documents  relating to aaid lands, namely :���  Deed, dated 28th August, 1888, Wm.  Lacerte to John Bassette, of West half of  Section 35, Townahip 26;  Indenture dated 4th June, 1893, between  W. M. T. Drake and Robert Edwin Jack,  son of the first part, R. E. Jackson and H  D. Helmcken of the aecond part, and  Manitoba Mortgage fit Investment Co. Ltd  of the third pert, whereby the parties of  the first and aecond parts convey to party  of the third pert inter alia above mortgages  Deed dated 17th August, 1896, John  Bassette to Daniel Rabbitt of West halt of  Section 35, Township 26;  Assignment of tranafer dated 13th August, 1896, J. W. Hugh Wood and Chris,  topher Wood (by attorney J. W. H. Wood,  Power of Attorney 96c) to Canada Permanent 1 .oan Ac Savings Co. oFubove Mortgage  and Releeae;  Mortgage dated 2nd July, 1898, Daniel  Rabbitt to Canada Permanent Loan fit  Savings Company Limited, of Weat helf of  Section 35, Townahip 26, and Release;  Deed of inter elia West half of Section  35, Townahip 26, dated 7th March, 1903  Daniel Rabbitt to John M. Rutland ;  Deed of inter -alia Weat half ot Section  35, Township 26, deted Isl April, 1905  John M Rutland to Samuel L. Long, Har.  old C. Stillingfleet, Simon T. Elliott, Robert Morrison, and Daniel W. Sutherland,  is required to deliver tbe same to me  forthwith.  Deted at the Lend Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C., this 4th day of August, 1919.  C. H. DUNBAR,  38-42 District Registrar,  the troop this year. Now ia the  time to get aome badges pasted so  that next year we may have a  chance for the Lieutenant-Governor's Shield.  a       a  a  A continuation of the winning  Scout diary:���  Thursday, July 3rd, 1919-Re-  veille was blown by Troop Leader  R. Parkinson and having aired our  bedding we fell in for washing parade. We then got into uniform  and paraded to hoist the flag and  have prayers. Breakfast waa soon  ready and the kitchen orderlies  were the Eagles. After breakfast  we prepared for tent inspection  and this tine the Wolves were  victorious. Tent inspection being  finished we got ready for physical  drill. Then a Kim's Game competition was held Then we fell  in to hear the results and found  the Eagles first with 58%. This  parade was only a ruse to allow a  so-called thief to make good his  escape. Earlier there had been  several attempts but this time the  thief was Scout Clarence and the  person who caught him P.L. Ralph  Weddell.  While we were hunting for  the culprit we heard the dinner  bugle go so we hurried back to  camp. Then followed a rattling  good dinner and Fred, our cook,  certainly made a hit with all the  pudding. Dinner was followed by  diary writing and compulsory rest  hour. Then came the gathering of  data auch as measurements, etc..  for the drawing of our maps of the  camping grounds. This over we  changed into bathing suits and  running ahoes ready for the game  of mount-ball. This is played by  forming n circle of scouts with  others on their backs. A footbrll  is then passed and thrown around  from pair to pair. If a mounted  scout misses his catch he has to  exchange with the one he is mounted on. After a hot and exciting  game we had a badly needed swim.  Monday next is Labor Day���a  public holiday.  Professional Cards  NURSE M. BENT  P.O. Box 396  Phone Mre. Windsor's reaidence, Harvey  Avenue, Kelowna  BUKNE fr sVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Pfiblic,  K. C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA   B.G.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B. C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR 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. CE.  Consulting Gloll and Hydraulic.  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Reports on Irrissnba Works  Applications for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  snd   Lawrence  AAenue  R. C. DUTHIE, Vi., D.V.Sc.  *  Veterinary Surgeon  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Denliat,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended lo.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing end Repaira  Phones: Business 164: Reaidence91  . P.O. Box 22  THE LIFE OF YOUR CAI  depends largely upon the class of work put into youij  Automobile  Repairs  A hasty job by an inexperienced man may do more  harm than good and cost you more money later on]  WE KNOW OUR BUSINESS and you can del  pend upon good service and moderate charges for;  all repair work.  Tires and Accessories  of all kinds  SMITH & GOWEN Garage]  Phone 232  Lawrence Ave.-        Night phone 1441  W oodcFstlrt I *Dre"5es ��n Law���"��� Aoi  Manufacturing Co. n.;  For Furniture of all kinds made to* order, Store arj  Office Fittings. Good storage to ren  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second  Hand and  Antique  Furniture and Goods of all kind  bought or sold on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  The Only Way  to Reduce the cast of living is to keep up the  /        production and to eliminate waste.  Last year many tons of Tdmatoes were lost]  by the Growers and the Canners through lack  of women help. Will the local girls and women  and members of farmers' institutions and other*  help us during the rush season ?  Register your asm* at our effice right away.  Occidental Fruit Company, Ltd., eiu. street  DRIVE YOUR CAR HERE  and secure what it reeds in the way of supplies. Oils  and oilers, storage batteries, spark plugs, fire extinguishers, tools or anything else. Our auto supplies are the  practical kind, the sort that expert autoist* use from  preference induced by experience. Make this your  supply depot and insure yourself satisfactory service.  GOODYEAR Tires service station  Coal Oil Cat Lubricating Oils  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi   Ac  Lawrence  J.  W.  B. BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT,  SERVICE  Telephones  Day 287  Night 76  Big Labor Day .Public Dance  AQUATIC PAVILION  MONDAY, SEPTEMWR ht  Members Free, ntn-mtmbtrt 50c  Good Music.  *r^ttttjtf*ttf^s4ttk*tltJVte*et��*f1tV*t10ttttttSt*MS'*^ r*. i^^s^a^sasa^^^ ��>.>^^.*^^^^**rs��)**| Thursday. August 26,1919  KELOWNA  KBCOKO  PAGE THEE***  End of Season Clearance  ..' of   ..  White Canvas Shoes  A LARGE assortment of odd sizes and qualities  will be cleared in White Canvas Shoes, Slippers,  Pumps and Oxfords.   The prices marked will be  exceptional value.   The following are a few lines marked to clear:  White Canvas High Shoes with low and medium height  heels. Good quality canvas and leather soles, regular  price $4.50, going for  $3.25  White Nubuck Boots with Neolin soles and rubber heels.  Regular $7.50, for  $5.95  White Canvas Pumps in many styles with Cuban and  high heels  $2.25  A few sizes in White Canvas Oxfords, with leather sole  and heel  $2.50  1/     UMirKQ    .  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  60c -per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  58c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  II  Now is your chance to brighten  up your home.   For the next  two weeks I will sell  LINOLEUM  At $1.50 square yard  FELTOL  At 85c square yard  Twelve dillerent designs to choose from  10 per cent, off all Lunch Baskets & Aluminumware  A. E. COX, Water Street  Sole agent for Columbia Grafonolas. All the latest Jazz records  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday���Douglas Fairbanks in "Say Young Fellow, followed  by the comedy, "The Dynamiters " A programme that i*  action all through.  Tuesday���"A Fight for Millions," chapter II. Also an excellent drama and a comedy.  Thursday���"The Girl Dodger." Charles Ray carries the title  role in his inimitable way. And a comedy, "Hide and seek."  Eveniag, 7.30 ft 9.  Matinee Saturday at 3 p.m.  THE CANTEEN'  Every man in Kelowna and district should  know that "The Canteen" is now open in the  old bowling alley on Water Street. We have  Soft Drinks (ice cold), Fresh Tobacce and  Cigars, and the  BEST OF BILLIARD TABLES  Give ua a trial one of these hot days snd you will not regret it  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  W. S. Fleet of Penticton is a  visitor this week.  F. E. McLeod of Lacombe, Alta.,  is staying here this week.  Mrs. Bray was a passenger to  Winnipeg Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Armstrong of  Cloverdale were arrivals Tuesday  on a short visit.  Mr. and Mrs. John Hind of  Chilliwack were visitors here Monday.  Mr. T. N. Morrison and Dorothy  returned yesterday from a visit to  the prairie.  Mr. J. Fumerton returned last  week from St. Luke, Sask., where  he has been staying for some  months past.  J. M. Collins, representing the  Canadian Freight Association, has  been in town this week adjusting  matters between the shippers and  railway companies.  W. Ft. Trench and family return-  ed home Saturday after a lengthy  stay at the coast. Mr. McRae, who  has been taking charge of the  store meanwhile, returned to the  coast Tuesday.  The I.O.D.E. will meet on Wednesday, September 3rd at 3 p.m,  at the home of Mrs. J. W. Jones.  The members of the Vimy Ridge  Chapter of Vernon will be guests  for the afternoon.  Rev. D. J. Welsh arrived today  and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. j  E. Reekie for the week end. Mr.  Welsh was formerly pastor of the  local Baptist church and will occupy  the pulpit at the services on Sunday  next.  Prominent C.RR. officials in lli  persons of C. Murphy, general  manager of western lines, and C,  A. Cottrell, assistant general superintendent, paid Kelowna a viait  Monday inspecting the equipment  here. Both were much impressed  and surprised by the extent of the  industries which are growing up in  the Kelowna district.  Bernard H. Raymer and Ian MacRae  Props.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  wharf et Naramata, B.C.", will be received  at thia office until 12 o'clock noon, Monday,  September 22, 1919, for the construction  of a wharf at Naramata, District of Yale,  British Columbia.  Plana and forms of contract can be aeen  and specification and forms of tender  obtained at this Department, at the office  of the Diatrict Engineer at Chase, B.C., and  at the Post Offices, Vancouver, B.C., end  Naramata, B.C.  Tendera will not be considered unless  made on printed forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with con.  ditiona contained therein.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bans  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, equal to 10 p.c. of the  amount of the tender. War Loan Bonds  of the Dominion will alao be accepted aa  security, or War Bonds and cheques if re.  quired to make up an odd amount  NOTE.���Blue prints can be obtained at  thia Department by depositing an accepted  bank cheque for the sum of $10, payable  to the order of the Minister of Public Works,  which will be returned if the intending  bidder submit a regular bid.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, Auguat 18, 1919.  The lacrosse team is to play  Penticton Monday.  E. E. Ramsey was fined Tuesday.  $5 and costs for exceeding the  automobile speed limit.  Jock Stirling rr.urned Saturday  afternoon.  R. Magee was a passenger today  for Woolseley, Sask.  Sergt. W. Charman with his wife  and child came in Saturday.  C. Dark came back Saturday  after a visit to the coast.  The Rev. W. M. Armstrong left  Monday to take up his new duties  as school principal at Hedley.  Major C. H. R. Dain. of West-  bank, is expected back from overseas in the next few days.  J. Calderbanks, of Glenmore,  was the returned man welcomed  yesterday.  The Bank of Montreal haa opened an office at Summerland,- in  charge of H. J. Tocque, formerly  with the Vernon branch.  The evangelistic meetings which  are being held nightly in the  Aquatic grandstand are being well  attended and much enthusiasm is  being shown. It is possible that  Mr. McAllister will continue his  work for another week.  Another indication of the coming railway activity which we have  all been looking for so long, was  aeen this week'in the arrival of a  huge scow-load of cement pipe  from the pipe works at Trepannier.  Two big motor trucks also suddenly appeared from somewhere and  commenced hauling the pipe,  which is for the construction of  culverts where the C.N.R. track  crosses a street or road. Tha pipe  is being deposited in sufficient  quantities at the places where it  will be needed  There are indications that Kel  owna's output of produce will be  unusually large this year. Already  to date more than 150 cars have  been aent out, and the season hrs  really not yet begun. The cool  weather has delayed things a liltlr,  especially tile loai.t ira, but given  a lew warm days, things will b  going with a rush. The canneries  are still short of help, but recruits  are coming in almost daily and in  a very short time they expect to be  in full beat.  The holidaya are nearly over,  and achool is due to open again  Tuesday morning following Labor  Day. As usual the school board  has had to face the problem of a  conaiderable increase of pupils, and  aome alterationa have been necessary to accommodate another class,  or rather two, for the class which  has been using a room in the  High Schotl ia to be taken back  into the Public School so aa to  bring all the Public School classes  into the one building. To provide  these two new rooms a temporary  partition has been erected dividing  the assembly hall.  ���fs*********;****'**********^^  Help Wanted  Men, Women, Girls and  Boys, at the Orchard City  Evaporating Co., corner of  Ellis Street and Cawston  Avenue.  APPLY AT THE PLANT  A word to the  wise is sufficient  ���an old saying, true, but  full of meaning; and my  advice to you after what I  encountered at the coaat, ia  Buy Now  If vou call and ask me why  I'll aatisfy you all right.  Chas. Dark  IN THE MATTER of the Estate ot  H. L. A. Keller, Ute of Kelown**, B.C.  deceased.  NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN thet ell  penoni having any claim or' demand  against the eitate of the above-named  deceated, who died at Toronto, Ontaiio,  on or about -the 25th day of June, 1918,  and probate of whose estate waa granted  to Ada Elizabeth Keller, of Kelowna,  aforesaid, on the 26th day of January,  1919, are required to send in their claims  to the said Ada Elizabeth Keller, or to the  undersigned, at Kelowna, B.C, on or before the 6th day of September, 1919, after  which date the said estate will be dealt  with, having regard only to the claims and  demands then received.  Dated at Kelowna. B.C., this 7th day of  August. 1919.  BURNE & WEDDELE.  36-2 Solicitors for the Executrix.  Woodlawn Private  School  WILL RE-OPEN ON  Tuesday, Sept. 2nd  1919  Miss E. Batchtlor ��� Principal  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Telephone  4804  Kelowna Dairy Co.  N. E. DAY GEO. BROWN  PHONES 146 AND 151  The people who are in a  position to supply your  every want, winter or summer, in pure milk & cream.  We are also agenta for the celebrated  Empire Milkers  *   ,. Separators  ���        Gasoline Engines (with  a guarantee)  Papec Ensilage Cutters, fxc.  Travelling Requisites  We have a very comprehensive atock of  Travelling Trunks, Suit Cases, &c.  At all pricea  RUGS for travelling, automobile, or driving  Light and Heavy Harness  We carry a large stock and can also make any  part wc do not happen to have  HARNESS REPAIRS  W. R. GLENN 6c SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  HARNESS and  Harness Repairs  We are now fully equipped for all kinds of Repairs to Harness  and Leather Work and will give PROMPT SERVICE  SECOND-HAND HARNESS BOUGHT |AND SOLD  New Stock of both Heavy and Light Harness on hand  At rock bottom prices  Everything here for the horseman  C. RUTHERFORD, Water St., Kelowna  Cull Apples  Wanted for Evaporating  Cf Highest Cash Prices paid for all  Culls and Sound Windfalls.  The Apples can be delivered in  sacks or boxes which will be re  turned without delay. For particulars phone 131 or write  Orchard City Evaporating Co.  Cawston Aveftiue Kelowna, B.C. pace ram  KELOWNA   K.ECOSD  Thuratlay, August 28,1919  (Continued from page 1)  DESCRIPTIONS/PROPERTY  TOTAL  ASSESSED  OWNER  Ul  Block  Reg. Plan  LOCATION OF PROPERTY  Dollars  Cents  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                   3  8  1306  Olcanagen Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdivision)                           19  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                 20  8  1306  Roanoke Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                 15  18  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                   21  8  1306  Roanoke Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                15  18  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                3  0  1306  Okanagan Bouteverde (Lakeside Subdiviaion)                           19  Ib  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd,                   21  9  1306  Roanoke Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                               15  18 -  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                4  10  1306  Oxford Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                    ...              15  18  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                   5  10  1306  Oxford Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                      15  18  6  10  1306  Oxford Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                 15  18  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                   7  10  1306  Oxford Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                  IS  18  8  10  1306  Oxford Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                                   15  18  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                   16  10  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdiviaion)                   -  19  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                 17  10  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lekeside Subdiviaion)      19  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                   IB  10  1306  Okenagan Boulevarde (Lekeside Subdiviaion)            ���-���              19  16  19  10  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdivision)                19  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                   20  10  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdivision)                           19  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.               21  10  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdiviaion)           ...             19  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                   23  10  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdivision)...                         19  16  24  10  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdiviaion)                         19  16  Grand Pacific Land Company. Ltd.                   22  II  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdiviaion)                        ...  19  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                 23  II  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdiviaion)                          19  16  Grand Pacific Land Company, Ltd.                   Guidi, N.P   25  28  II  19  19  16  1277  Coronation Avenue                                                                   16  Hall. William                       14  947  Fuller Avenue                  *..                          49  36  Hall, William                            36  1014  IS  18  HiHL L                                19  1  1306  Bay Avenue (Lakeside Subdiviaion)                                            18  49  |7  645  St. Paul Street                                                        50  47  Lowe, Alexander       ...                       20  6  1306  Roanoke Avenue (Lakeside Subdiviaion)                                   IS  18  3  19  830  Elliott Avenue                                                                        44  64  Miller, P.G.   .                                        10  1332  Lawsbn Avenue                                                                 55  56  Mi.lil.an. R. W                  56  1102  Wilson Avenue                                              17  40  Millikan, R. W                        57  1102  Wilson Avenue                           19  16  33  1277  19  16  Olmsted Broa              1  2  1306  Coiner of Kingaway and Roanoke Avanue (Lakeside Subdivision) ..  IS  18  Olmsted Broa                 2  2  1306  Roanoke Avenue (Lakeside Subdivision)                              15  18  Pfoal.E. B                     Pfoet.E. B.                                           21  452  78  36  22  432  St. Paul Street                                                                       78  36  Pfo.t,E.B                               23  432  St. Paul Street                                                                     78  36  20  363  Manhattan Beach                                       38  95  Ritchie, George E.                          7  564  Glenwood Avenue                                                                  44  64  3  6  348  109  29  4  710  Glenwood Avenue   44  64  Smith, Jamas H.                             14  II  1306  Corner of Ellis Street & Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdivision)  22  02  15  II  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdivision)                            19  16  16  2  1306  Bay Avenue (Lakeside Subdiviaion)                                               Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdivision)                              IS  IB  4  8  1306  19  16  21  II  1306  Okanagan Boulevarde (Lakeside Subdivision)                            19  16  25  15  1306  Oxford Avenue (Lakeside Subdiviaion)                                      15  18  26  15  1306  Corner of Oxford Avenue snd Richter Street (Lakeaide Subdivision)  19  35  3  1332  Lawson Avenue                                                                      55  56  Welch, Howard S                       47  483  Wardlaw Avenue                       .. ..                                                35  27  Welch, Howard S.  48  483  30  09  Want Ads.  -   THE  -  Okanagan Brokerage  JAMES INGLIS  PHONE 116  1       We handle Real Eatate exclusively. Raiet of commission aa follows:  S per cent, up to $5,000, and 2i  per cent over that amount.  WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE of  aeveral ten-acre blacks in the Ellison  District, at a very reasonable price.  Three of theae lota sre in bearing or.  chard, the balance being in truck.  Terma over ten years. Small caah payment will handle.  Thia property ia good for one week only  at present price.  Full particulate at this office  Miss M. E. WEBSTER  Public Stenographer  Terms moderate  -  THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  OPPOSITE THE WHARF  KELOWNA,  Phone 116 Boa 116  The Corporation of the City of Kelowna expreases the readineas of the City Clerk, and. Assessor and Collector ot the aaid  Municipality to  receive  notice  from  any  aource of the  intereata of those entitled to the benefits of the "War Relief Act."  Any person having auch knowledge ia requested to communicate aame in writing to the Collector whoae addreaa ia Box 167,  Kelowna, B.C.  P. T. DUNN,  Collector for the Municipality of the Corporation of the City of Kelowna.  Dated at Kelowna, B.C., this 22nd day of Auguat, 1919.  Auction  All the Household Effects of  H. D. RIGGS  Turner of Borden Avenue and Ethel Street  Kelowna, on  Saturday, Sept. 6th,  Commencing at I p.m.  V json-Kiich Piano, player, cott $1000, 33  rolls  Music Cabinet,  i trior Suite, four parlor Chaira,  I 'arlcr Table, 2 tern Tablet,  J rocking Chain,  ��� >ak Morris Chair,  6 dining Chairs,  Oak dining Table, extension 7 leaves,  I tall Rack, oak.  ()ak Side Board,  Kitchen Cupboard  i ligh Oven, "Good Cheer" Cabinet Range  i burner "Quick Meal" oil Stove with oven  "Raymond" Sewing Machine,  Roller top writing Desk, oak,  ���took Caae,  Velvet Couch,  Kitchen Table,  Bedroom Table,  Birdcage, Books, etc.,  "Marswell's" Vacuum Washer,  Wringer,  > double Bedsteads. Springs and Mattresses,  5 Dresses and wash Stands,  .Single Bed, Springs and Mattress.  Canned Fruit, assorted,  Pickles, Jars,  3 Barrels,  kitchen Ware, Dishes,  Knapsack Sprayer,  Hens,    Hen Coops,    Chickens,    Ducks,  Other articles too numerous to mention.  G. H. KERR    -   Auctioneer  KELOWNA FALL FAIR  October 1st and 2nd, 1919  TENDERS  are invited tor five concessions for selling  refreshments on the Fair Grounds. Highest bidders to hare choice of sites. Tenders to be in not later than September  20th.  41-4 H. a M. WILSON. Secretary.  Auction  Having received instructions I will aell the  Household Effects of  M. Black, Glenn Avenue  Kelowna, at his residence, Glenn Ave., on  Saturday, Aug. 30,  Mason  &  Risch Piano, Louis XV design,  walnut finish, cost $550  Fumed quarter cut oak Dining Room Suite  composed   of  Buffet,  round Extension  Table. 5 Chairs, including Arm Chair  (full leather slip seats)  Fumed oak Library Table  Combination  oak Sideboard and   China  Cabinet  Combination  oak  Bookcase  and Writing  Desk  Oak cabinet Sewing Machine  Oak Centre Table  Leather Couch  Morris Chair, Mission oak  3 Dining Room Chairs  Wicker Rocking Chair  Plain Rocking Chair  2 oak Dressers, Washstand & Chiffonier  Brass Bed with Springs  2 Enamel Beds with Springs  Couch or Folding Bed with Mattress  Toilet Set  Wilton Rug. 9 x 12  Linoleum Square 11x12  McClary Kootenay Range  3 Kitchen Tables and 6 Chairs  New Electric Stove  .22 Savage Rifle  Oliver Typewriter, No 5, in first-class con  dition 5-gal. Churn  High Chair Oil Stove Oven  Washing Machine and Wringer  2 Zinc Tubs      Copper Boiler  Rayo Lamp Baby's Cart  Child's Express Wagon Hens  Number or good Gramaphone Record*  Quantity of Glassware, Crockery At Cook-  ing Utensils  Special attention is celled to thie aale as  everything is in first-class condition and  practically new.  Sale to commence 2 o'clock sharp.  G. H. KERR   -   Auctioneer  KELOWNA FALL FAIR  October 1st end 2nd. 1919  Applicationa for hall space for displaying individual and district exhibits will be  received by G. R. Binger, chairman of the  Hall Committee, up to September 15th.  y 4IJ  Random Remarks  By the Chiel  "A chid'a amaiig ya takin' notes and feth, he'll  prent them."���Bumi.  Howe'er  it  be, it seems to  me 'tis only  noble to be good :  Kin ' hearts are  more than coronets, and  simple faith than Norman blood.  Don't you think, folks, that there is real  truth in the lines quoted above 7 In the  course of a fairly long life I have always  found good heartedness associated with  humility. Oh yes, I know you find imitations of both, and going together at that,  but the genuine articles are unmistakable  and irresistible, whereas the spurious kind  are contemptible and repellent in the  treme. As Burns says : "The rank is but  the guinea stamp; the man is the gold.  e        e  What set me athinking along those lines  is the gush that is beginning to be handed  out in connection with the visit of the  Prince of Wales to Canada. I am quit*  certain that although he must in a way receive a lot of adulation and flattery, yet in  his secret soul he dislikes it, or he is not  proving true to the characteristics of his  immediate ancestors. I do believe that the  outstanding qualities of our royal family  are kind hearts and simple tastes.  *       *  e  It is a commonly held idea that mer  maids are mythological creatures���Ulu  the sea serpent and other elusive wonders  ���but those who haunt the beaches of the  lake know better. It is true that they are  as their land-d welling sisters, subject to  changes of fashion. They no longer sit  on a rock combing their hair and luring  weak males by seductive singing. The  present mermaid fashion is to wear a close  fittinu but not alwaya unbecoming cap,  and instead of singing, indulge in merry  shouting end laughter  With nere and there a little scream,  And here and there a giggle.  The lure ia there all the same I  In thia world of delusion and disappointment one is alwaya experiencing a  set-back of some kind, of course, and we  are constantly being reminded that "all is  not gold that glitters" and "that things are  not what they seem." If you want a concrete example of thie juat you buy en ice  cream cone���5c each, three for 15c.- The  hollowneea of it I the short life of it I the  desire for another and that other not available, brings home forcibly the truth that  life ia not a pleasant dream 1 Obey that  impulse, buy one to-day and prove the  accuracy of tny contention 1  Mn. Millie and Mrs. Purvet and  ���on returned today from a holiday  at the coatt.  Evangelist McAllister Speaks  Nightly in Grandstand  I still have a Bible and the more 1 see  of a miserable, thief who shakes the hand  of a Christian with one and with tna other  throws his food out into the mud, the  more dear my book becomes.  1 do not half so much despise the thief  who smashes a window and steals my  watch with a little gold and makes a  getaway as I dp the miserable wretch who  professes to be my friend and unknown  to me eats away the whole foundation of  my future happiness and the inheritance  that belongs to children.  If my book is not God's holy word then  1 am left to the vein imaginations of a mortal's brains and the best aet of brains this  world haa ever produced are more or less  the product of environment and can only  speak of things beneath the sun.  1 make no pretence to superior intelligence to any ordinary human, but my Bible  is from cover to cover the infallible Word  of God. My God it my Father in heaven.  For ten years during my work aa an evangelist He has played the part of a father  to me and never once during that time  have I asked any human to guarantee to  me a single dollar nor have I allowed a  single collection taken in one of my meetinga. In the hour of need I go to Him  alone and He does not shower bread down  out of the clouds nor silver dollars either,  but he prompts tha heart of some Christian in the very hour of my need to meet  me���and ever according to the need.  God heartiand answers prayer and I can  prove it to any who are not so blind they  will not see.  Mr. Citizen of the feir city of Kelowna,  if you value a tittle fruit more than you do  Christ, remember you are only a Judas in  the twentieth century end please take  warning from one who believes the book  and it willing to produce reasons for his  faith in the book. You aell Christ and  you are lost eternally.  .Subject for Saturday night in the  Grandstand at 8 o'clock: "A whale  for Church Jonah's to Swallow."  Sunday night : "The Apostasy of  the Last Days."   Evangelist���  . r. elliot McAllister.  BURROUGHS  ADDING  MACHINES  Add, Subtract, Multiply & Divide  402, Pender Street, Vancouver  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 9502  J.   GRANT  FOB  SALS  FOR SALE, Motor Cycle, S h.p. Bat. lap.  twin, two-speed ana tree engine, chain  drive, specially adapted tor aide car ;  very little uaed and engine never abused.  Steel studded tire on back. $50 worth  of spares, including one inner tuba, i  . used, one tire, one steel studded tire  cover, two driving chains, I plug, 2  springs, valve lappet, nuts, bolts, tec.  Price $200 (or caah. A. W. Cooke, Box  126. Kelowna, B.C. 36tf  FOR SALE, Steinwey Vertegrand Piano .  also Victor Victrola and about 50 records.  Apply W. E. Mitchell, P.O. Box 499  phone 5701. 4l.3p  FOR SALE, three second-hand Ford Csrs  in good condition. Apply box S, Record  .Office.  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, Help to work in kitchen dur.  ing meal houra.   Apply Palace Hotel.  34tf  WANTED,   at once,  two   experienced  Waitresses.   Apply Palace Hotel.    4 III  8ITOA*nONS WANTED  POSITION ON RANCH. Ex. soldier  want, poaition aa manager or foreman  of ranch. Life experience on big general and fruit farm. Good references.  Address Bex V, Record Office.      40-2p  MISCELLANEOUS  HIGHEST CAJH PRICES  paid for old  gold.   J. B. Knowlea. 41-4  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 267 P.O. Box 351  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  KELOWNA  A NY woman who has supervision ol  * home likes to have a modern  hataroom���the kind her guests admire.  Ours tra sSs kind that charm, and  every time wa Inatsll one wa know how  it delights tha wife, and wa know her  husband who pay-* (or it, has made an  iavaatmant that"tdds value to their  J. Galkaith  Heating, Ventilating nnd  Sanitary Engineer  Phones:  Store 100 P.O. Box SI  Reaidence 5705  E. W. WUkituon & Co.ll  Established 1693  Reel Estete and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door lo Poet Office |  QeHART   AVENUE.    Bungalow,    fivefj  rooms, bathroom, iridefeeasb'e title, "  50x150.   $2,500.  ABBOTT STREET. Bungalow, 5 rooms.]  verandah, near lake.   $2,100.  ST. PAUL STREET. Two-etorey house J  fully modern, close in.  $2,900 on terms,<{  HARVEY AVENUE. Two-atorey houeeji  6 rooma and hallway, i sera of land J  $3,000. half caah, balance over five years j  WE HAVE two fully modern houses foi  rent from September 1st.  Listings wanted of Farm (t Gty properties  s  LIMITED  KELLER  BLOCK  KELOWNA  All New Stock���Make your  Cash Count  Come in and aee our  New self-sealing, wide mouth  Sealers  All aizea Stone Jars for Jam  and Egg preserving  Mixing Bowla, Milk Bov/ls  Bean Pots, Flower Pots  Jam Kettles, Double Boilers  Sauce Pans  Alarm Clocks  Dust Mopa and Polish  Floor Brushes and Brooms  New atock Ranges  Paints, Varniahea, Oila  Turpentine, Stains  Paint Brushes  Scrubbing Brushes  Wall Papera  Fruit Strainers  Fruit Presaea  Garden Tools  Household Safea  Screen Doora  Mosquito Netting  Poultry Netting  Axes, Hammers, Sawa  Fry Pana (double bakers)  Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets  Congoleum Rugs  Washing Machinea  Wringers  Electric Stoves  Electric Irons  Curtain Extension Roda  Nickel Towel Racka  Sewing Machines & Needles  Horae, Harneaa and Buggy  (or aale  We will make it worth your  while to buy (rom ua  We atill conduct auction aalea  Stockwell's, Ld., Kelowna  Automobile  . For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   ���   Phone 180'  SYNOPSIS OF OOAIs MINING  lUiUUIiATIONS  Coal mining rights ot ths Dominion���  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan aad Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tho Northwest ,  Territories, and In portion ot the Pro-1  vlnce of British Columbia may bs Isas- ,  ed tor a term ot twenty-one years at.'  an annual rental ot 11 an aara. Not)  more than 2,600 sorea will bs lsaasd to -  one applioant.  Applications for the lease most bs  made by the applicant In psrsoa to the  A  Agent or Bub-agent of the district in,  whioh the righto applied tor an situated. {'  Bach application must be aeoomnir.nl->  ed by a fee of ��C whioh will be refunded It the rights applied for ars not'  available, but not otherwise. A royal-  ly shall be paid on tbe merchantable '  output of the mine at the rats ot five  oents per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must'  be deacrlbod by sections or legal sub- 1  divisions of aeotlons, and la unaurveyed i  territory the tract applied for shall bs  staked out by the applioant himself.  ,.Th,'' J".l,m OP"'''* the mine shall i  furnish_ the agent   with sworn returns *  accounting  for  the  full  Quantity  of '  merchantable coal mined and pay ths  royalty thereon.    If the ooal mining  rights are not being operated, suoh returns ehall be furnished at lesat once  �� vear. '"es  he lease will Include the ooal mln-  Kj.'l&l* .���**��! ��*"' '����� 'aasss may be  permitted to purohase whatever avall-  ���'i^ur"LS* rif��u "W ���� considered  neceeaary tor the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an aore.  ^L JM   information    application  should be made to the BooraUrr"of"be  E,?"t*?'"lt ot the InUrlor, Ottawa, 5" ��il  Landl   'mt " ,u,>-A'-��**�� <>�� DonTffilon ,  . W.OOBT.  i D*fTit,r JSlu!l,t'.r ��' "������ Interior :  vsFSz.SSXti^.g^  ��;:,  ^


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