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 Ketofoma llccovb  URSDAY, MAY 31, 1917.-4  - ii^fhin'A   9  VOL. IX.   NO. 28.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSi  PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Extension of Sewer  is Again Discussed  Aircraft Raid on  England  Kelowna's Donations  to Military Y.M.C.A.  A   large squadron oi enemy airoraft  TestHoles Reveal Difficulties^tfSC^  -Appoint Night (Nonstable  ilr. (J,, tr. AlrlviMi/iu, who uaa l-JCCll  acting aa local secretary for tho Y. M.  in aouiu iiguim. allowing tha various  some ligures an j v ug ihe various  'amounts collected in" thu district for  Lhat object.  WiU Study the  Irrigation Problem  Minister oi Lands Will Visit  Irrigated District lo Oouth  ���Also Okanagan  in order to familiarize hiwaeli with  irrigation problem* oi the upper couu-  try, Hon. X. 1). Patullo, minister ol  lands, intends to take a trip through  aome of the irrigated district,* ol tha  western    states,    iiuiluding    Colorado  ,were   dropped io a number ol places,1   1 Otal brought Near to SpUOU  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        I but nearly all the damage occurred in ]   lone town where some bombs fell into  Tbe propoaal to connect the the etreeta, canning considerable oas-  public schools with the sewerage ualtiei among the civilian population.  ayatem waa the principal matter up|Some ��noPs and "os** wer�� ��!��<> w*y  for diacuasion at Monday morn-!^iraly damaged.  .    , .. i ..     l Tne total casualties' reported by the  ���ng a council meeting, a letter hav- 1^   w(ffe 76 ^ and m .^^  ing been received from the School0f the killed 27 were,women and 23  Board asking if the council had children, while 43 women and 19 eiiil-  any intention to act  upon  any of dren were injured. I  the suggestions made by Mr. W. T.    Airplanes of the Royal Flying  Corns  Ashbridge when'he waa in town.lwent in pursuit, and the raiding air- ����* .J*7 ** "?? ��* ,^", pnT' wiln   ^   meaiiaa  m   a larm wav  According to Mr. Aahbridge'a re- craft were engaged bv Rritting   fond- tuna uu��ht >�� w����ded �� talrly flatia-     ?   ,    ^"j       m   a Uu��e wa*'  ..L,.      sljsL           .    ��l              , ,i.   t>     i xf    '1   Ai    n     ���     factory.     The readineaa whioh   neoole mth8t by Wfty of PuWu ownership   or  port, the letter stated, the   coat Of [rona    of the Royal Naval Air Service     . ^ .      .     ^��� ��"��"   people     , ,���     ./     _ ���; n    t 1f *  connection with the sewer would  be $2,700. Upon this amount the  interest  at  six  per  cent, ia $ 162 [ by the latter.  took  place off  the Belgian  coatt  whioh    t^vo large twin-engined hostile  machines    W6re shot down.  machines all returned Bafely.  The recent campaign following upon'aod   ���Idaho, and will then go up the  the visit of Capt. Pearson realized  in Okanagan, whieh ia the chiel irrigated  all   oloae   upon   a thousand dollara, vaU��y ���"�� l^Mah Columbia-  'which, considering the many other de-l   Aa it ia realized that the government  'sooner or later will have to   grapple  per annum. With the sinking fund  added the yearly expenditure  would thus probably be leas than  the amount now spent yearly for  scavenging. Besides the sewer  would be large enough to permit  private connections being made  along the route and would accommodate the other two schools when  sanitary closets were installed in  thoae buildings. The Board therefore respectfully suggested the advisability of a careful consideration or reconsideration of the  aubject, with the knowledge that  if the connection was~made the  coat to the city would not be more  than ia being paid for scavenging,  and further that a menace to the  health of the achool in the shape  of the existing insanitary and unsightly outaide closets would be  removed.  Aid. Rattenbury reported that  the sewerage foreman had sunk  aeveral teat holea with the following reault: At the corner of Eli  Avenue and Water Street quicksand was encountered at a depth  of four feet; at the corner of Eli  and Pendozi gravel and water waa  encountered at a depth of four  feet; at the corner of Harvey and  Richter gravel and water were  struck at a depth of three feet aix  inchea. He pointed out that Mr.  Aahbridge'a estimate of $2,700 had  been made upon the supposition  that trenches could be dug to a  depth of from six to seven feet  without the uae of sheet piling,  whereas theae teats indicated that  all work belo >��� four feet would  neceaattate the use of piling.  Mayor Sutherland expressed the  opinion that a pipe line laid at a  depth of from two to three feet,  with a small pump at the school  for forcing the sewage into the  main eewer, would be the moat  economical ayatem to put in.  It waa decided that the council  ahould meet later in committee  and go further into the whole matter.  A letter from the Miniater of  Militia was read acknowledging  receipt of the resolution pasaed recently by the council in reaped to  recruiting. The resolution had  been referred to the proper authorities. .  > Mr. E. C. Weddell waited on the  council in respect to a subdivision  plan of which it was desired to register a portion belonging to his  clients the Ok. Lumber Co., in order to be able to give deeds to the  purchaaera of lots. The ownera of  the balance of the property were  holding things up by refusing to  take any action. Former applications had been refused by the  council and they were now aaked  to reconsider their decision. It waa  decided to bring' the matter up at  the next meeting.  A letter waa read from the city  solicitors with further reference to  the irrigation flume and ditches in  the city. The opinion waa expressed that the city waa not liable for  the maintenance of any part of the  system.  Chief Thomas made a report to  the council regarding aamplea of  milk taken from dealers in accordance with the Milk By-Law. These  had been tested and the reault  given as previoualy published  Aid. Rattenbury pointed out  that at a meeting of the Police  Commissioners at which Chief  Thomas and Fire Chief Jenkina  were present, the commissioners  had decided to recommend H.  Harriaon for the poaition of night  constable ind watchman at a aalary  of seventy-five dollars per month.  ,        t,    , ��� r is. ���       , evinced in the giving of funds to the "tncrwMe. **. I'atullo believes that a  from Duntek on star return journey. �� ��JPJ J?*   ����� ^   ���f lhe ^^ ��� ^ ^  Three of the airplaneswere shot down t^ %h plaM wMA ^ ^ lo taigaied    districts    of    the      United  Several encounters also *��*   fe ^ -^ ^ g^  wiU ^ va,uable fo ^ ^  The amounts from the ditierent   sec- ne ���"t*��� "P��� a careful aurvey of the  0 tions ofthe Kelowna district given in | OkanaBrm, and other irrigated districts  U detail are aa follows:     Benvoulin   die- j of the provinoe.    The government has  triot (under Miss A. Renwick), $63.00; upon numerous occasions been    aBked   0  lEast   Kelowna   (under Misa Rowley), I to   take   over the storage reservoirs!  '897.75;   Okanagan Mistion (under Mr8.:and   :main "anals df the various sya-  Mr. W. Marahall was a   passen-l*. D. Walker), *71.40:   Rutland     MBl|t����.t leaving the diatributing   ditches  ge: to Victoria Tuesday,   where iti^won (.under Mia, McDonald, Mrs. S. P��P���� and uum<"�� to be owned     and  is his intention to join   the   Army Gray,    and   Mra.    Leithead), *133.75; controlled   by   the water users.      The  Medical Corps. !and the oity of Kelowna ittoough var- ">����   adiniruatratron   ib not yet, how-  ious collectors), J666.77.   The Women's wer satisfied that government owner-  The B. C. Growers shipped   out r^jit^   oJ   Keiowna    gave aB ^^ ship ia the proper policy, and it is for  to Calgary yesterday a car of rhu-;^^ ^ BUm Qi ^     " that   reason that ihe minister intends  barb, the first of the aeason. j   Besides tha oampaign( however, there to   apand aome weeka going into   the  Mra. DuMoulin,  Mrs.  Cameron were other iunda�� as, for inetanoe, the!lotion.   Ho wfll Pr00"^ vistt   the  and Mrs. Crowley were delegates meeting last   September,  addressed by  who left Tueaday to attend a con-[Mr-    Hadcock   and   Mr. Yatsa, which  vention ofthe W.A. at Arms'roHg.  ivlr. J. S. Mohr, of Vernon, has  been appointed assistant fire warden for this district and fire permits  can be obtained by applying to  him.  Rutland News  (Prom osr own oorre-'nondentr.  From Paris green left sticking to a  hoe, Alma Wolsey lost nine young  chickens, and nearly the hen too.  Makes pretty poor chick food.     ,  The Rev. A. Evans will hold a  communion aervice at the home  of Mr. and Mra. Duncan Wilson  on Sunday next, at 3 o'clock. A  hearty welcome is extended to  Baptists in the country districts to  attend.  The Rutland Enterprise Club are  holding a lawn social on Friday  June 8th at the schoolhouse. The  drawing for the teaset will then  take place, and also for the .vatch  which is in the hands of the  Woman's Institute,  The Mail and Empire, chief government organ, says Premier Borden will ask for the resignation of  all hia ministers and reconstruct  the government with new vigor.  The Mayor said the appointment  of an older man at a smaller aalary waa given careful consideration, but owing to the fact that the  work particularly during the winter months required the services of  a man who waa atrong nnd physically fit, it waa decided to make  the appointment mentioned.  Aid. Harvey reported having  been approached by Mr. H. F. Rees  in reference Jo the city building a  fence from the wealern boundry of  hia property on Mill Creek for a  sufficient diatance along the   creek  added ,73.76, The Young People con-1  tributed {��3.50 aa proceeds from the]  "Minister's Bride," Mra. S. Gray 16.80  as the proceeds from the tale of "The  Woman's Prayer," and Mxb. John  Morrison and Mra. Stonehouas $57,46  on behalf of the ladies who gave   the'  Okanagan towards the end of July.   1   Would Stop Grain Speculation  banquet at Rutland last fall. These  Bums bring up the grand total to almost $1300.  Tho government *a rronsideriurr nicaa  ures to eliminate all *i vulation in  grain for the balance of the var, and  is in communication with the li'iuid  States government at Waahiigton wiia  a view to cooperation and joint action  and similar measures /ill probably be  jersaciid in both countries.  Trying to firing Russia  Into uraer  TbsLloyd George af liussia. Minister  of War Kerenaky, haa begun a eupreme  test of hia polioy, uad hia new orders  to the army, restoring discipline uy  authorization ior puuishmnat of olien-  dera, including penal servitude for deserters. Thoae order, became effective  Tuesday. The Russian miniater is  staking his all on his ability to incite  Russia's army into lighting. II the  new provisional government is bir-ong  enough to baok him up, uia supporters  believe he will succeed ia .'luienting  Russia into a oohesiva, nuitsd lcrce  and tb.ua make her oaoe mora a potential factor In winning the war..  The Italian front ia longer than that  oi the IVenoli, British and Belgian  combined.  It aeema likely that the Vancouver  Conservatives will run Dr. ��. If-, Patterson against Attornsy-Gcnnral iFarria  in the corning by-election.  In the Commons* Tueaday, Sir "��� boa.  White, miniater oi finaane, mtroouiel  an amendment to the Bank Act ��hich  authorizes banks to lend money to  farmers on the security <>'��� live atcik.  Another loan of (76,000,000 has been  made    to Great Britain by the L'mkd  Former Kelowna Nan Dies  at Vimy  Another name hae been added  to Kelowna's roll of honor in the  death of J. H. Eastwood, who waa  resident here for a number of  yeara. He went east to join- the  Ontario Forestry draft and from  that waa transferred to the firing  line. It was at the terrible Vimy  Ridge that he met his death on  April 9th. Eastwood was a fine  type of young fellow and well  liked. He was a sawyer by trade  and had worked at both the Kelowna Sawmill and Munson's. He  waa thirty years of age and a member of the Rebekah Lodge here.  All doubt about the truth of the  report concerning the death of  C. Giove, formerly of Kelowna, has  been removed by a letltr from his  sister to Mr. Mothie, which gives  particulars. He was wounded in  the fight for Vimy Ridge and so  badly as to necessitate the amputation of a leg. He never recovered  from the shock of the operation,  nnd died April 14th in hospital in  France.  Chas. Gowen who went from  Keiowna to join the Motor Transport is reported ill in hospital at  Halifax, Yorkshire.  Would Compel C.N R. to  Build Kelowna Branch  The French have now in commission  7000 aeroplanes.  Infantry charges are now led by officers in aeroplanes.  Men have been drowned in tha mud  on the western frant.  In a heavy bombardment the springe  of a field .gun wear out in a couple ol  days.  The French have built a 52-centimeter gun whioh' firea a shell weighing  one and a half tone.  The Italians mobilized, equipped aud  transported to tbe front an army ol  half a million men in six days.  The French have now organized a  corps of scene-painters to paint scenery for the purpose of deceiving German airmen.  Great Britain has an organized. salvage corps to save everything on the  battlefield. Even the rags are collected and aold.  The deserters from the Turkish army,  100,000 strong, are said to have lied  into the mountains and to be existing  through brigandage.  The traffic on the roads behind the  British front is more denae than that  on Fifth Avenue, New York, and is  controlled by traffic policemen.  In ono day the French fired SI,600,  Minister of Rai ways Will Go  Before Railway Commission  When the Board of Railway  Commissioners meet at Victoria on  June 4, Hon. Mr. Oliver, miniater  of railways, will go before it with a  request that the Canadian Northern  be compelled to complete the undertakings involved in its agreement with the province, including  the construction of the Okanagan  branch from Kamloops, the  Victoria-Barkely Sound line and  the terminals in Vancouver and  Victoria. He will also ask the commission to order a connection made  between the C. N. P.'s Patricia Bay  line and V. and S. line in order to  give Sidney communication with  the Patricia Bay road.  The minister takes the view that  if the C. N. P. considers itself now  under the jurisdiction of the Dominion Railway Commission and not  under the province by virtue of  the Dcminion order-in-council  which Sir William Mackenzie obtained in February, then the  Dominion Railway Board is the  proper authority to order the company to cairy aut its undertakings  in thia provance.  News of Near  Neighbours  There mema to be a strong  doubt aa to the opening of a soldiers' training camp at Vernon  thia year.  The six-year-oldIrjaughter of Mr.  an3 Mrs. J. M. Christian, of Cranbrook, died last week from acute  paralysis, caused by a wood tick  bite.  The Summerland Board of Trade  was advised by Mr. J. W. Jones,  ML.A., that there was no possibility of the government considering  the establishment of an agricultural college in the valley at ptescnt.    .  After a long period of complete  stoppage and only partial service  the K.V.R. is^gain open for business, and passenger (rains are run- -  ning on schedule time through the  Coquahalla Pass.  Although its request fcr " Daylight Saving" WP8 turned down by  the council the Summeilard Beard  ot Trade Iies not given up hepe,  and in view ot an overwhelming  majority in favor shown irun petition, they are prcssirg fcr lhe rret-  ter to be reconsidered.  At lhe recent-meeting of the  officials and agenls of lhe C.P.R.  held in Vernon some figures were  produced which show that the  shipments of apples from the Okanagan last season were just about  four times as much as in 1913,  while the shipment of vegetables  were almost doubled in lhat time.  Last year the total shipments of  produce from the Okanagan over  the C.P.R. lines come to 3036 cars,  of which 1612 cars weie apples,  275 cars of oiher fruits, ar.d I 149  cars of vegetables, &c. In 1913  the output was 1492 cars, of which  449 cars were apples, 417 other  fruits, and 626 vegetables. Had'  last year been an average one for  peaches, apricots, and other soft  fruits, the totals would have been  swelled by at least 500 cars, as  there were 753 cars of these fruija  shipped in 1915, aa against 275 in  1916. Theahipmentsof fruits and  vegetables for the season of 1917  are expected to run in the neighbourhood of 4000���Sum. Review.  Statea, bringing ap tho total to that "0u worth of shells at Arras;    in   one  nation thus far to 3100,0 00,000,    and week the Cormans fired 210 train -toads  on the "site of the'pumping atationi^*^^' Iottns t0 nU "�� aUieg   to  to ahut off the view of   the  aewer. ���746.000,000.  pumping atation   from   Mr. Ree'e    ���   ���    ���  property . |   Bortha Hoaang, a Uhimese girl v;hoae  It   waa'atated that Mr. Rees had pftr8nJt8 1ra"ide at Vaf ��"*' hn'     ob"  been assured   uk,���   ti,. mimmno tamed the degree of hntclelor os' arts,: -  ,  oeen aaaurea   when   the pumping ,      Saturday in the Mediterranean aud  atation   waa   under   construction, "��"���    "�� ��"'l   oi aar t hiness atun-    ��  that everything poaaible would be;tet   to    1uau'-v wa�� ''��*����� "Inf..   ^"\smk-     Sl*    meP   ����� l0st  done  to  ptevent  the place from y6"��� a����-    He 'iM��ined a high   gov  of shells at Verdun; and in on-*   month  the British fired 5,000,000 shrills on the  Somme. *"    ;"  The British hospital ship Dover t las-  tin was torpedoed twice without warn.  becoming an eyesore or depreciating the value of hia property.  Aid. Harvey aaid it was customary in other cities for the municipality to surround their property  with a high fence where the purpose for which it wub used would  have a tendency to reduce the  value'of adjoining property. It  waa finally decided to have the  fence ere cted.  The city assessor waa granted  further time in which to return  his tax roil for the current year.  ernment poaition in China.  Nothing more d.i-linito has been announced regarding the government's  conscription proposals. It is apparent  that public opinion is sharply divided  upon the question, and that ia a large  section ol tho people prepared to fight  againet any form of compulaion. In  the provinos of Quolieo amongst tho  French Canadian population the opposition ia most bitter, and demon-  strationa approaohing rioting have  taken   place   b   Mo ntieal and oth  Mr. R. Archibald wa8 an arrival  yesterday on a visit to his sister  Mrs. D. McFarlane.  Mr. S. V. Bray left this morning  on a visit to Wolseley, Sask.  The Dominion Government observatory at the summit of Sulphur  Mountain -has been struck by  lightning and almost completely  wrecked. The massive stone walls  of the building are cracked and all  the automatic recording instruments destroyed. Thelorceof the  bolt which struck the observatory  is indicated by the fact that great  rocks were moved and a trench  thirty feet long and two or three  feet deep was gashed in ths summit of the mountain.  but the  whole of the hospital staff and patients  wore safely transferred to othor ships.  GALBRAITH-On S.mdav, M  27th, at the Kelowna   Hosoital  to   Mr.   and   Mrs.  Gnlbrail  Ion.  Mra. D. A. Cameron, of Penticton, is reported recoveriVe after fi  serious operation in the Kelowna  Hospital.  Mra. Snowsell, of Bankhead, haa  just   undergone an  operation   for  ., appendicitis in the hospital and is  I; progressing very favourably.  The "Princess Beautiful" in 0. JV. Griffith's oolossa   spootaolo, 'Intolerance" PAGE TWO  KBLOWNA  RECOBJ)  THUBSDAy, MAY Slut, 1H7.  '>' ��������>��������� is>ii��as)iit.|��ii�� ���������������������������   ���"���"���'  "    PROFESSIONAL AND    "  *���       BUSINESS CARDS      "  BURNE & WEDDELL  .Banister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    -   John P. Burne.  KELOWNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C  PIANOFORTE  MK. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  has resumed hia teaching classes and will  teceive  pupils  ss  before in his studio-  Trench Block. Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for public Build-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Cur,. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Gioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. LandSuroeyor  Surveys snd Reports on Inisnlion Works  Applicstions lot Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sickness, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,  Fidelity Guarsntee  Specializing in Insurance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones 217 & 216 Room I.Lechie Bill.  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate! Furnished for ell daises  of work  J. GALBRAITH  i Plumber and Steam Fitter  *.0. Box 81 Kelowna, B.C.  Your health and comfsrt demand  Screen Doors and  Windows  that fit.   I make doors that neither  sag or warp, and are made to last.  Call in and see  S. M. SIMPSON  One door south Firehell. Phone 312  | KELQWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Regular scheduled service now  in operation as follows:  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m. 3.30 p.m.  ���   Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  EXTRA SERVICE ON  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY  Leaoes Kelotcna 11 a.m.  Leaoes Weatbanh 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  L. 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DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two Inohes  and under. 60 oents psr Inoh tirst insertion  ovsr two inches 40 cents per inoh lirst Insertion: 20 cents osr Inch saoh subssqusnt  inssrtion.  All chanrres in contract advertisements must  be in ths hands ol ths printer bv Tuesdav  evening; to qnsurs publication la ths nsxt  issue.  Westbank, News  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 2| years' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in the line ot Cattle,  Farm Implements and Household  Furniture ; and this experience ia  st your disposal. It mesne better  results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sals should aee or write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer    -  P.O. Bos 195 Residence at  Kelowna. B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie  Block, ia acting as  agent in  Kelowna, and will make all  arrangements tor conducting of ssles  Phone 217  (From our own corir-Pnndent).  Mr. J. Campbell looks like being  first with early peas again this vear.  They are already 18 inches high.  Mr. T. Hockey, of Glenrosa, haa  gone away to south Slocan, to take  up the position of engineer at one  of the sawmills in that district.  Mr. Howard Stribbling is busy  cutting logs to build a corral for  the Westbank Pure Bred Stock  Association's bull which he is going to stock for the ensuing year.  Mrs. A. W. Joslyn and Frank  returned by Monday's boat from  Okanagan Centre where they had  been spending a week or so with  her son Mr. V. Joslyn and other  friends in the diatrict.  Mr. T. McAlpine motored  through this week leaving behind  a considerable number of cheques  which leave a better impression  than exploded gas.  Mr. R. Carre is busy clearing up  the Glenrosa property with a view  to putting part into timothv and  part alfalfa. The grub hoe and  stumping powder has been much  in evidence this past week.  The Kelowna Board of Trade  sent a petition over for the residents of Westbank to sign, asking  the CP.R. and K.V.R. to amend  their boat and train service at Pen  ticton. It was well signed and  returned to that body.  Assistant superintendent McNab,  of Revelstoke division ofthe C.P.R.  was a visitor to Gellatly this week  accompanied by Mr. Swerdfaeger,  of Kelowna, and several other  gentlemen, with a view to putting  in a car slip at that place for D. E.  Gellatly & Sons.  Stewart (Pat) Hewlett sends  home a photograph this week  which has been called the meeting of the colonies. There is represented Australia, New Zealand  and Canada. The meeting is at  one of the convalescent homes  where Pat is being treated for  rheumatics, having been in the  trenches for about two years.  Here's health to the boys.  The anxiety of the inhabitants of  Westbank was greatly relieved by  a telegram which Mr. Russell received from Mr. Jones, M.L.A.,  early in the week saying he had  interviewed Supt. Peters, who ssid  that Westbank would still have  boat and mail service as usual.  On Saturday night Mr. Russell received a letter from Mr. Jones  confirming the telegram he had  sent earlier in the week, also stating he would visit Westbank at an  early date. We shall be plessed  to see him and thank him personally for the trouble  he  has  taken  Two Cents War Tax on 15c  Theatre Tickets  The rate of taxation to be levied  on amusement tickets was fixed  last week at Victoria when the bill  providing for the new form of taxation was approved in the committee stage and parsed. The new  scale was adopted following a conference which the premier had in  the morning with a number of  theatre proprietors headed by  James Pilling, of the Orpheum  Theatre, Vancouver. The schedule  will be as follows I-  Where the price of admission is  not more thsn five cenls, a tax of  one cent; morn than 5 and not  more than 15 cents, two cents;  more than 15 and not more than  25 centa, three cents; more than  25 and not more than 40 cents,  four cents; more than 40. cents  and not more than 75 cents, five  centa; more than 75 cents and not  more than $1.25, ten cents; more  than $1.25 and not more than  $2, twenty cents ; more than $2  and not more than $2.50, twenty-  five cents; more than $2,50, fifty  cents.  The provisions of the Act will  not apply to the following places:  Entertainments of a religious or  semi-religious nature conducted by  religious body or denomination;  any fair or exhibition held by any  society or association subject to  and governed by the provisions of  the Agricultural Act, 1915, or bv  any society or association mentioned in section 69 of the Act;  any exhibition of paintings; any  exhibition or entertainment the entire proceeds of which are devoted  to patriotic or charitable uses.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "BS PREPARED"  Kelowna  Troop Firat;  Troop  Self Us  An order-in-council has been  passed prohibiting the departure  from Canada without permission  of all male' citizens between the  ages of 16 and. 45 years, and has  been issued in the form of a public proclamation. Any person of  that age who leaves or attempts to  leave without written permission  from a Canadian Immigration Inspector, or person duly appointed  by the minister of the interior, is  liable to a fine of $2,500 or imprisonment for five years, or both.  G.W.CDNNINQHAH  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Edited by Pioneer. Mav 29th, 1917  over our mail and boat service,  We do not forget the Kelowna  Board of Trade and other gentle  men who so kindly assisted us at  this opportune moment.  Mr. James Duncan was a pas  senger to Kelowna by Friday's  boat. He reports an interview  with Mr. Jones,, M.L.A., and one  on the boat with Mr. McNab. preparing him for the delegation  which was to meet him at West  bank wharf, where he filled the  office of introducer.  The delegation which met Mr.  McNab at Westbank included  Messrs. Russell, Scot Blackwood  and Last, who accompanied him  as far as Gellatly where they received a warm reception.  The store of Mr. Last was a busy  place on Friday evening, when a  meeting had been hurriedly convened to meet Mr. McNab, lhe  assistant supt. of the western division of the C.P.R., who wss in  the district and had kindly consented to spare them a little of his  time. If they wanted to put in a  car slip at their wharf he had the  interests ol the C.P.R. to look after and gave them a brief outline  of the conditions under which a  car slip could be obtained. Several  other matters were dealt with but  Mr. McNab was very careful not  to commit himself, he only promised one thing, that was he.would  come again next Friday and take  a preliminary survey.  Orders by command for week  ending 9th June. 1917.  Orderly patrol for week, Beaveis;  next for duty Wolves.  PARADES: The combined  troop will parade at the club room  on Wednesday the 6th inatsnt at  7.15 p.m. and on Saturday the 9th  instant at 2.30 p.m.  1 here will be a business session  of the Cc urt of Honour at the office  of S. M. Weddle on Friday the 8th  instant at 7.30 p.m.  Our total receipts for the concert  amount to $192.85 and our total ex*  penses to $55.65, making net proceeds of $137.20, which ia about  $30.00 less than last ye-r. Last  yesr we had 100 reserved seats at  75c however which just about accounts for the difference. In our  expenses are included disbursements for programs, posters, tickets,  building and lighting the stage,  rent of opera house, moving piano,  pictures and flowers. Scout C.  Rowcliffe made a good first for the  number of tickets sold having  $38.00 worth to his credit, Scout  C. McKenzie * aa second with  $18.75 and Second L. DuMoulin  third with $1475. There were 20  more boys selling tickets last year  so the efforts of those this year are  to be congratulated very much.  The above three scouts can have  their choice in scout, material for  the prizes awarded. _  In connection with the troop  photo taken by Mr. Whillis he has  offered to give us a framed copy if  we can sell 24 of them. Five have  been sold already so that leaves us  19.  A long session of the court of  honour was held last Friday evening at which much business was  transacted. What you are all no  doubt most interested in was the  selection of Cedar Creek again as  our site for this year's troop camp,  provided of course we can get permission to go there. Mr. Alister  Cameron has kindly offered to guide  us into another jaunt over the hills,  and that is worth a whole camp in  itself.  P.L. Henry Crowley was appointed acting Troop Leader and  Secretary up to the end of June,  with Second Chas. Gaddes as his  assistant. From the 4th of June  the Curlews and Beavers are to be  amalgamated under the name of  Beavers with Jas. Calder as leader  and Chas. Gaddes as second, Lloyd  Day to be second of the Eagles,  under P.L. Thos. Snashall. G. Clifford Cunningham applied to join  the troop and was assigned to P.L.  Snashall for his Tendei foot train-  j. Scout F. Whitehead was given leave of absence until after his  matriculation exams are over.  A drummer, being very fond of  corn on the cob, ate ear alter ear.  Finally, the pretty waitress, after  she'd brought him his tenth ear,  said tartly: "Don't you think you  would ssve half a dollar or so if  you boarded at a livery stable ?'  Japan Rice  A S an ideal food Rice can  not be surpassed, and in  times like these especially,  when the cost of living is so  high, it will profit ycu to use  this highly - nutritious food  more extensively.  1 ry our newly-arrived,c lean  highly-polished Rice.  The Japanese Store  Phone 112  The troop secretary has been instructed to make every effort to  celled all subscription arrears and  to obtain a list of all those who are  ready to try for any badges, for instance we understand there are  several who wish to try fpr their  Cyclist and Carpenters badges.  Hand in your names therefore  right away and we shall see that an  examiner  is appointed   for  you.  We have received the following  letter from Commissioner Heneage,  thanking us for the collection of  soaps. We might say these pictures will be shown all over the  province so they will be quite a  little ad. for Kelowna in themselves.  "Dear Mr. Weddle���I do not  know how to adequately thank you  and every member of your troop  for the album of photographs of the  troop, so as to express what I feel.  I am delighted to have the photos,  but am more thsn delighted to  know of the kindly feeling which  prompted you to give them to me.  I can assure you all that this feeling is most warmly reciprocated,  and I sincerely hope that the members of the I st Kelowna Troop  will always look upon me not only  ss their commissioner but as their  friend and brother scout.  Again thanking you all and wishing the troop every success.  Yours vary sincerely,  T. R. HENEAGE  Commissioner.'  " Csn you tell me of my wife's  whereabouts ? " aaked the husband  of the housemaid.  Bridget hesitated a moment and  then replied; " Foith, sir, I believe  they are in the wasW?  Pur��Seed Corn  EVERY KERNEL GROWS  lae.-tfdlowYeUswJtot.Usd Corn 100 lba. $8.00  Northwestern Bed Dent SeedOorn  lMlbi.f7.B0  Oempton's lariy Yellow flint Seed Oorn 100 lbs. $8.00  Ner* Dakota White Flint Seed Oorn 100 lbs. $7.60  White C��p Yellow Dent Seed Oorn 100 lbs. $7.60  Wisconsin Ho. 7 White Dent Seed Oorn 160 lbs. $7.60  Imp. Learning Yellow Dent Seed Oorn  100 lbs. $0.76  Improved Whits Hulle.s Seed Bsrley.10 lbs. 70c, 100 lbs. $8.00  Mutdschsuri Six Hewed Seed Bailey 100 lbs. $6.60  Bumper Kinf White Seed Oato 100 lbs. $1.60  Bare Seed Flax ...!. 10 lbs. $1.60,100 lbs. $8.00  Seed White Beans.... 10 lbs. $1.60,100 lbi. $13.60  Bed Clover, Ho. 1 Bennie.100 lba. $87.50; Ho. 2, IM lb��. $26.00  Timothy, He. 1 Beanie.. .IM 11m. $12.M; Ve. 9, IM lbs. ft .60  Alsike Olever, He. 1.. .IM lb*. $3iM; He. % IM lbs. $20.00  Alfalfa, OheteeHo. 1.. .IM lbs. $24.M; He. 2, IM lbs. $22,00  Tankard Cream Sugar Beet (cattle Ieediag) 4 exs. 29e,  ttlhSte.lb.tte.  Bennie'sYeUewlevlatllanMaBfel....4eial8e,ttl����36<'.  lb. 4te.  Irish Xiar Swede Tondp (fer table or steak).., .4 m 90e,  >/, lb. 37c, lb. 70s.  Cotton Bap for shipping feed ni drain, 30c eaeh extra,  Above leal sad Srain Prices de HOT tutaie Freight  Charge*.  "Fakro" Seedtapo.  Year plant H by tke jSKm."  2 pkt*. fer 28c.  Ask fcr descriptive list.  I  Bennie'* Seed Annual Free te AIL  Order through yen LOCAL DBALIB er*iree*fre��  Also at       TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG  THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF KELOWNA  CIVIC HOLIDAY  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl'tat the Municipal  Council has proclaimed THURSDAY, JUNE 7th, a Civic  Holiday, to enable all owners and occupants of property to  assist in a GENERAL CLEANING-UP OF THE CITY.  On June 8th a thorough inspection of all property will  be commenced. Those who have failed to have all garbage  removed from their premises by that date will render themselves liable to the penalties imposed by the Health By-Law.  Citizens may obtain the services of the City Scavenger  for the removal of garbage by leaving their orders at the  office of the City Clerk and paying to the Scavenger his customary fee for such work.  Kelowna, B.C.,  May 22nd. 1917.  G. H. DUNN.  City Clerk.  ^^��^����^���^a^��^^/^��*l*^^*^ll���'V^/^*W^rf^*^^^w>^|>����^*^^l��'a^��^^^^^^  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all fanners  who aell butter either  to tha stores or privately, ar* required to have  il properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters the'word.  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Tha fact ia alao em.  phasized that aD butter  ia such paakagea must  be ofthe full net weight  of sixteen ounce., and  la default o) asm* a  fine of Irom 110 ta $30  for each offence ia im-  posed. Whey butter  must bs ao labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter, aad dairy  butter retains ita label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  RecordOffice, for the  following prices:  IOOMF5ASBnMO$ 1.50  200  500  1000  ����  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices Include Both the  Paper, which is the hest obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.   Please note this.  . Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter  parchment (which has gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all this paper was previously manufactured in Belgium, and needless to say this supply hae been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately there ie no guarantee against further increases, indeed, they are more than likely.  Kelowna Record  "**' THURSDAY, MAY 31st, 1917.  KBLOWNA.  KBCtoO  ttat  mf ��������� i.i/4/rcp     i    -  Special Display of White  Skirts and Middies  MANY smart styles are  now being shown in  White Skirts made of Materials sud\as Pique Gar-  badine, Bedford, Cord,  Drill and Cord Velvet.  The assortment is the largest we have ever shown,  and comes in sizes 22 to 30  Prices from   -   95c to $7  I     New styles in Middies, made  of the best material*.   These  come in all sizes' and prices.   Make your selection early.  Untrimmed Hat Shapes, $1.25  IVAANY styles in Untrimmed Hats are being offered this week  at thia remarkable low price. Among these are ths latest  shapes in Tagel, Chip and Fancy Straws. The selection offers  a great opportunity to secure a Summer Hat at a moderate cost.  Many to choose from    $1,25  Phone 361  Kel  iowna  COAL  COAL  Pennsylvania Hard, $17.50       Taber Smokeless, $11.00  Princeton Lump $8.00 Princeton Nut $7.00  TERMS CASH  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  RANK OF MONTREAL  ESTABLISHED 100 VEABS ttMMSIf)  Capital Paid up       .       $18,000,000  Rest      .... 16,000,000  Total Aeeate (Oct 1916) 385,215,S41  "Saving for Victory"  is facilitated by the  Bank of Montreal, which  will receive your deposits at  Interest and convert them,  as they accumulate, into  Dominion Government War  Savings Certificates;  HEAD OrnCC.MONTREAL.  D. R. CLARKE, P. D.Monlin,   Muster,  K.lowos BrawL  Supt, British Columbia Drenches. BIANCHES IK 0KANACAN DISTRICT  VANCOUVER. asSMMaSi      ���      Ptilktra.     ���     Sususarbaa,  Eslsrsr.  'satirise,  Friscslss,  Vsrass.  Notice to Car Owners  CHANGE OF BUSINESS  The stock and epuipment of the Burbank Motor  Co., Ltd., has been taken over by Chas. E. Smith  who will carry business on in the old stand.  OUR REPAIRING is the kind which gives your car a new leaae  of Ufa.   HAVE  YOUR  CAR  LOOKED AFTER HERE, we  shall look (or you back, but not so often.  The Chas. E. Smith Garage  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.       Delivery prompt.       Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  D, LLOYD-JONES ��� - - Managing-Director  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Prepsrations are being made by  several families to move down to'  Manhattan beach for the summer.  Mr. T. Duggan has put in twenty-  six acres of beans on the Harvey  place at Wood's lake.  The Rev. T. Griffiths will preach  morning and evening at the Knox  church next Sunday.  Mr. L. V. Rogers has moved  over into Mr. Bigger'a house lately  vacated by Dr, Arnott.  The Aquatic Association is advertising for a caretaker during the  summer months.  If every citizen does hia duty  next Thursday, "Clean-up-Day,"  Kelowna should be a brighter,  cleaner and sweeter place for some  time to come.  The Womana' Institute look for  good attendance at their meeting  on Saturday June 2nd. The Red  Cross is in need of funds and it is  hoped that the proceeds from the  refreshments served may aid materially.  Mrs. Benmore and family re.  turned Tuesday from "Vernon, to.  gether with their household effects,  which are being moved to the  K.L.O., where the family will take  up residence.  At the police court Tuesday afternoon a boy was brought before  the magistrate charged with " committing a nuisance by drowning a  dog in the lake and leaving the  carcase therein to contaminate the  water supply and endanger the  health of the public. He was given  a severe reprimand and let out on  suspended sentence.  In accordance with the usual  custom for the summer months,  the Baptist Sunday-school will  change its time of meeting, starting  next Sunday when school will be  held at 9.30 in the morning instead  of in the afternoon.  The pupils of the high school  held a picnic at the Mission on  Saturday, wheie a very pleasant  time was spent. So thorough were  arrangements for a good time that  iiven a gramaphone was taken  long together with two ice cream  reezers and some chickens, he-  Ides the usual picnic fare.  It taken more than rain to dampen the ardour of some people.  Another picnic that had been arranged for the 24th was one to the  Mission by the young ladies and  men of the Baptist church. When  the morning dew turned to something more threatening the young  men got busy, scrubbed the club  room, decorated it with apple  blossom, and invited the ladies up  to supper���which proved a very  sumptuous one. The evening was  spent in a social manner, the gramaphone helping considerably.  Kelowna Meets Peachland  In Ball Game  The old - time enthusiasm for  baseball was partly revived last  Thursday when, in spite of the  rrlost inclement weather n team  left the orchard city to do battle  with Peachland's nine. Kelowna's  representatives were as follows:  First base, W. Anderson, second  H. Roth, third, E. Neumeyer, short  atop, J. Pavle, field, A. Smith, T.  Duggan, J. Copeland, battery, A.  Bertram and G. Cady; umpire, E.  Raymer; reserve, Q. Fallis (who  played for Peachland I).  ���There was a good crov ,1 of fans  to greet the team at Peachland  and the game took place on a  piece of ground called Vimy Ridge  (on account of the altitude and  nature of the ground). After a  good fast game Kelowna proved  the victors with a score of 5 runs  to 3. A return match will be played in the near future some Thursday afternoon, when the Peachland  boys will visit Kelowns.  Duncan Dundas returned from  the coast Tuesday.  Mr! and Mrs. J. Gibbs, of Vernon, were visitors in town Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. Msidment left  Kelowna last week and are now  on their way to Australia,  H. Harrison has been appointed  night constable and watchman,  and will commence his duties on  the first of June.  Messrs. Stirling & Pitcairn are  enlarging their packing shed on the  K.L.O. bench.  Mr. and Mrs. Askew and family  returned yesterday, from Vancouver, where they have resided for  some months.  Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davies returned from the coaat Monday  where they have been spending a  holiday.  The summer excursion fares to  eastern destinations on the C.P.R.  will come into effect on June 20th.  A musical evening will be held  at the Aquatic Club on Tuesday,  June' 19th, in aid of the Red Cross.  Refreshments will be served.  Aid. H. H. Millie returned Monday from Armstrong. He is undergoing special treatment, and  hopes for speedy and good results.  Mr. R. A. Copeland is the lastest  convert to the automobile. When  such a confirmed herse lover as  R. A. deserts the lines for the steering wheel it looks indeed as though  the day of the horse had departed.  An amendment to the Municipal  Act allows the municipal vote to  ratepayers who are one year in arrears with their taxes. Previously  only those could vote who had  paid the current year's taxes.  H. W. Arbuckle is taking over  temporarily the office duties of the  city's electric light and water department, relieving Mr, Fred Royle,  who has been advised owing to ill  health to take a complete rest and  change.  It is said that during the clean-up  in Penticton a few weeks ago, some  cans were unearthed from a rubbish  heap and recognized aa having  been taken down on the old  "Penticton." Of course we have  nothing like that in Kelowna. but  to see some people's backyards  makes One think that every meal  they eat must come out of a can.  The Mission road for a considerable distance north of the Mission  bridge is under water, and hardly  distinguishable from the bed of the  creek.' Already it has reached a  depth of two feet in places, and  people familiar with conditions  back in the hills say this is only the  beginning, as the snow is very  plentiful on the watersheds. A  large part of -the South Kelowna  Land Co.'s pastures and surround  ing flat lands are included in the  flooded area.  Members of the Farmers' Institute are reminded that entries for  the crop competitions should be  sent in at once. Only six entiles  have so far been received for the  competitions which are: Onions,  half-acre, prizes $20, $15, $10;  Corn, half-acre, prizes $ 10, $8, $6,  $4, $2; Potatoes, qunrti-r-acre,  prizes $ 10, $8, $6, $4, $2. Surely  there mnst be more than six farmers in the district growing crops  themselves or on shares which will  be fit to enter.  EVERYTHING points to a bumper first crop of hay  in the valley this year, and its up to the farmers to be  prepared to cut and stack it. Look over your equipment,  and don't " hope your mower will cut if you think it won't."  We have an assortment of implements, which can be  delivered to you immediately.  McCormick Mowers, in 34-ft., 4-ft. and 5-ft. cuts  Deering Mowers, in 4A-ft. and 5-ft. cuts  Rakes in 8-ft, 9-ft. and 10-ft. lengths  W. R. GLENN 6c SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  maio��c&icmixKi^^  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Come now and pick out the  SWIM CAP  that will suit your fancy or  your bathing costume. The  caps have just arrived and  are all made from new material  Prices to suit everyone  50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  We Manufacture  on Our Premises  All Kinds of Furniture and Store Fittings  having recently installed special machinery for this  purpose.   This department is in experienced hands  and we can give you satisfaction  Wallpapers, Burlaps, &c.  For the spring house-cleaning and decorating season.  We have a large stock of the newest designs  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Your Butter Wrappers  Many thousands of Vegetable Parchment Butter  Wrappers have passed through our press recently  for farmers all over the country side. We call your  attention to the advertisement on page 2, column 6.  KELOWNA THEATRE  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13th  WM. CRANSTON Presents  D.WGRIFFITHS  COLOSSAL   SPECTACLE  INTOLERANCE  LOVE'S    STRUGGLE  THROUGHOUT THE AGES  Life's Mighty Drama, Down the Centuries, Seen as from  a Pinnacle in one Sweeping Glance  COST MORE THAN TWICE AS MUCH  AS ALL THE COMBINED $2 ATTRACTIONS  NOW PLAYING on the AMERICAN STAGE  ACCOMPANIED BY A  BIG SYMPHBNY ORCHESTRA AND CHOIR  The First and Onhj Production by D. W. Griffith since  "The BMh of a Nation"  ADMISSION: $1.00 and $1.50  Seat sale opens June 9th Mail orders now PAGE FOUR  KELQl'NA   UtCOlJB  THUBSDAY, SAT 31��i, 1017.  ( WANTED! )  FOR SALE, light McLaughlin car, trior-  oughly overhauled and newly painted.  New tires.    Apply Jones' Boathouse.  2ltf  FOR SALE, 22.ft. Motor Boat, in good  running order. Apply H. Burtch, Kelowna. 22tf  MIDDLE - AGED WOMAN wanted at  once to assist witli store and housework.  Work fairly light. Reference will be  required. $20 lo start. W. L.Chapman,  Box 124. or Phone 2102, East Kelowna  22tf   27tf  TO LEI���House on Stockwell avenue, 7  rooms, insluding bathroom and pantry.  Good shed and garage. Apply P.O.  Box 201. 23tf  FOR SALE, two Jersey cows, one 9-year,  old calved one month, other 5-year-old.  due firat week in August. Apply J. C.  Anderson, East Kelowna. 24tf  FOR SALE, 15,000 good, strong, hardy  Earliana Tomato Plants. Prices on application. Apply Casorso Bros., per A.  Casorso. 25-8    ts  FOR SALE. Top Buggy in good condition,  new last summer. Cost $110, will sell  for $75.     Box R, Record Office.    26tl  WANTED, second-hand Bicycle, in good  condition.    Apply P.O. Box 361.      27-8  WANTED, Girl for light housework, plain  cooking. Two in family. Box F, Record  Office. 28p  FOUND, on Rutland range, a valuable  blanket. Apply D. A. Dobbs, Rutland  Road. 28-30p  CARTER'S "TESTED" SEEDS, on sale  at the Greenhouses, Richter Street. Also  perennial plants, eerly cabbage, cauliflower end rose bushes. 17.19   20tf  Land Registry Act  Re-Title to Lot 2, Map 603, and Lot 36.  in subdivision of the fc.a��t Half of Section  26, township 26, Oaoyoos Division of Yale  District. Province of British Columbia.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1  ���hall atthe expiration of one month from  the date of the first publication hereof issue a certificate of Indefeasible Title in the  name of Ira Earl Clever unless in the  meantime valid objection is made to me  in writing, the Holder of the following  dqcuments, relating to inter alia the above  lands:  A    Crown   (.wiiii   favor   Michael Hagan,  dated   24th   Augunt, 1887 and  covering  said East half section 26, tp 26, OlOYool  Division Yale District,   Province of British Columbia.  B    Deed dated   7th   March.   1903, Daniel  Rabbitt to John   M.   Rutland,   covering  S.F.. quarter said Section 26.  C    Deed dated 25tlt June.   1898,   Rernnid  Lequime   to   Daniel   Rabbitt   covering  inter alia N.E. quarter said section 26.  D    Mortgage dated 2nd July, 1898, Daniel  Rabbit to The Canada Permanent Loan  and Savings Company, of inter alia N.E.  quarter section 26, aforesaid.  E   Release dated 13th January, 1905.Can.  ada Permanent Loan and Savings Company to Daniel Rabbitt.  F   Deed dated March   7th,  1903,  Daniel  Rabbitt to John M. Rutland of inter alia  N.E. quarter section 26, aforesaid.  G    Mcrtgage dated March 7th, 1903, John  M. Rutland   to Daniel   Kabbitt of inter  alia N.E. qnarter said section 26.  H    Release of aaid mortgage, dated Janu.  ary 7th,   1905, Daniel   Rabbitt to John  M. Rutland.  I    Deed dated   1st   April,   1905. John M,  Rutland   to   Samuel  L��� Long   et   al   of  inter alia N.E. quarter said Section 26.  is required  to   deliver   the   same   to   me  forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kam  loops, B.C., this 30th April, A.D. 1917.  C. H. DUNBAR.  24-8 District Registrar.  Have a Few Thousand Dollars  to Invest  in si ap j. What have you to offer ? Give  all particulars in first letter to Box C,  Record. 23tf-27tf  ICE  Delivered for the season  by  contract or by the pound.    Apply  HENRY BURTCH  Phone 170  Kelowna  26.1  Automobile For Hire  O. D. CAMPBELL  Phone 219  City Park Restaurant  WANTED TO BUY  Chickens        Ducks        Eggs  QUON   TAPE  P.O. Bon 13 Phone 60  Corner Abbott Street end Eli Avenue  27tl  MAIL CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to  the Postmaster General, will be deceived at' Ottawa until noun, on Friday, the 2!��th June, 1917, lor the oon-  veyance of His Majesty's Hails, on a  proposed Contract for- four years,  three times pir week over Vernon Hut-  ul Itoute No. 1, Irom the 1st October  next.  Printed noticos containing further  information ss to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen anl blrnk  forms ol Tender may bo obtained at  the Post OiliiTH ol Vernon, Oyaraa,  Rutland, nnd Kelowna, nnd at the ollice ol the Post Office Inspector.  .1. F. MURRAY,  I'o-rt 'Illicit Inspcotcr.  Post Ollice Inspector's Ollice,  Vanoouver, It. C,  May 18th, 1917.  g an ideal food Rice can  not be surpassed, and. in  times like these especially,  when the cost of living ie so  high, it will profit you to use  this highly - nutritious food  more extensively.  Try our newly-arrived.clean  highly-polished Rice.  The Japanese Store  Phone   112  NOTICE OF RENEWAL. OF LICENCE  Notice ia hereby given, tliat at the next  statutory meeting of the Board of Licensing  Commissioners for the City of Kelowna,  B.C., I, Arthur Peabody, intend to apply  for a renewal of my licence to sell liquor  by retail in the premises known as the  Palace Hotel, situated on the north side of  Bernard Avenue, between Water Street  and Pendozi Street, in theCitv of Kelowna,  B.C. 26.0  British Electoral Reform  The new franchice bill before the  British House of Commons may be  summarized as  follows :  The franchise qualifications for  men of 21 or over will be six  months' residence or occupation of  business premises.  All existing franchises are swept  away except the universities.  The franchise will be conferred  on any woman on the local government register and to the wife of  any man who is on th:- register, il  she has attained the age of thirty  years.  No elector can have more than  two votes, one for resilience in one  constituency and one one for his  business premises or university.  Redistribution of seals in Great  Biitain on a basis or 70,000 standard unit population for each  member.  Proportional representation in  large urban areas.  All polls in general election to be  held on one day.  "Intolerance" Coming  to Kelowna  Turkey Swept By Famine  and Pestilence  The attraction at the Kelowna  Theatre Wednesday evening June  31st, will be D. W. Griffith's latest  masterpiece, "Intolerance." Judging from the popularity of the only  other big spectacle made by Mr.  Griffith, "Birth of a Nation,' it ie  reasonable to assume that the advance sale will be the largest ever  known in the theatre in thie city.  To say that "Intolerance" far surpasses Mr. Grfffith.B former masterpiece, is but to repeat the unanimous opinion of the, press all over,  the country. Certainly a* a spectacle, it ie without exception the  moet marvellous production of  etage or ecreen. In it Mr. Griffith  hae traced a univereal theme  through varioue periode of the  world's history, ancient sacred,  medieval and modern times being  utilized. The ecenee of the four  distinct stories follow one another  in rapid succeeeion. There ie no  attempt at hietorical aequence,  but the evente are ahown as thej  might flash across the mind in an  effort to parallel the life of the different ages. "Intolerance" ehowe  that through all the agee the seme  passions, the same joys and the  same sorrows have obtained and  Mr. Griffith symbolizes them by  the cradle, endlessly rocking.  Through it all the events shown are  caused by the intolerance ot Man  The scene of the modern story  is laid in an American city and  shows the efforts of so-called reformers to stifle personal liberty.  The story of the sacred time is laid  in Judea, ehowing epieodee from  the life of the Nazarene and end  ing with the Crucifixion ol  Golgotha. In the medieval atory  ie shown the massacre of the Hug-  enots. The ancient time portrayed  is in the heyday of Babylon ar.d  afterwards in the days of ils  destruction of Cyrus and the  Persians.  CAR FOR HIRE  Apply Henry Burtch  Phone 180 Kelowni  27tf  Ladies Wishing to Order  SPIRELL.1 CORSETS  oan meet  Mrs. J. H. DAVIES  in Koom No. 1, Oak Ball Block, be-  twee the hours ol 2:30 and 5:30 p.m.  on Saturday ot eaoh week, or al any  other time by appointment.  SEED FOR SALE  Barley  and  Spring Rye  Okanagan Loan   &  Investment  Truat Company  | Turkey is swept by famine and pestilence; her people are panic-atrioken,  und her army's morale is utterly gone,  acoording to information via Heme.  One -hundred thousand desertions trom  , the army are reported.  I lioalizing the lose of all Turkey's  lighting power, 8000 Austrian troops  have recently been sent to Palestine  to attempt the bolstering up ot the  army in front of the British expeditionary forces.   Four thousand German  I troops   are    said to be guarding   the  j government buildings, factories, and  bridges    in Constantinople.    Hundreds  'in that city are dying eaoh day. Typhus is sweeping over the country, the  'reports declare  The Imperial Oil Company will  build a refinery at Vancouver costing $2,000,000. It will give employment to several hundred  people.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal rriirirnir rltrhts ot ths Dominion in Manitoba, ttatftatchewarr ami Ailvv-rtu, tbs Yuko  Territory, tha Northwest Territories, sad n  portion ot tha Provinoa ol Kritlih Columbia.  Srov bs leased Ior a tarra ot twsntv-ons Venn,  Bt an annual  rental ot $1  aa acre. Not  ore tlutD 2,600 acres will bs leaned to one  applicant.  Application tor tha lease most ba mads bv  Ire applicant in porsou to the Auent or Sub-  gent ot tba district in which ths rltrhts ao-  licd lor an situated.  In nrrryoved tafriton this lead mast be do-  crrbed bv sections or Istral snbdtvisionl ol  eotions, and in llMMisjrivl territory the  met applied lor shall bs staked out by the  nnlicnnt himBolf.  Each application must ba accompanied bv a  Ice ol 15 whioh'wiU bs refunded II the nnhts  ppUsd lor are not available, but not other-  rue. A royalty shall bs paid on ths msr-  bantable output ot ths mine at ths rata of  ve centa per ton.  The person operation- ths mine shall lurnieb  he agent with sworn rsturns icoountlmr lor  he lull quantity ot merchantable ooal mim-d  nil nny tho royalty thereon. II tba coal  minnre rights ara not beino operulsd. Birch  eturns    shall    be  furnished  nt  lenst onos    a  sen  Ths lcaas wiU include tha ooal mining rishts  tcnly. but the lessee mav be permlttad to our-  aas   whatever  avivrlahle  surface  rights    mav  ooroiidered  necessary  lor  th* worhlsrg    ol  hs mine at ths rata ol tlO an acrs.  For   full   information   application should    be  Bade  to  ths  Secretary of the  Department   of  {he   Interior. Ottawa, or   to   ths Agsnt    or  i-b-Atrent of Dominion lands,  *T.   W. COOT,  Deputy WssWs* ot ths Interior,  1% B.-Unouthoriicd publication ol Ws ad-  ertissment will aot bs pais 1st.)  America's liberty loving Gri?  mans have organised a nutioi.nl  propaganda to dethrone the Kaicr r,  Under the title "Friends of lire  German Republic," a provisional  revolutionary committee has estub-  lished headquarters at New York  Circulars in German and English,  written by J. Koetlgen, are being  mailed to the Germans of lire  United States, urging them to co  operate with the movement.  Kelowna Dairy  is supplying a high-grade  quality of  Milk and Cream  Having   gone  into the  dairy  buiinesi we want your trade,  and are prepared to give you  good service  NORMAN DAY - Prop.  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday " Microscope Mystery " (feature); "Safely Fittl Ambrose," a comedy.  Tuesday���" The Warning," with Henry Kolker.  Thursday-" The Iron Claw " ; and other pictures.  June 8" The Battle Cry of Peace."  Two Shows, 7.30 & 9, Matinee Saturday.   Admiuion, 20c & 10c  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We  have  a  large  stock  of  local  and   coast  ROUGH AND Fl MlSHlNGLUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Make Your Head Happy with  A NEW HAT  'THROW away your greasy old hat.  The comfortable feeling you get from wearing a  new one will be worth more than tt will cost. No man  can afford to wear an old torn shirt or underwear.  People first fudge you by the way you look-  Nice quality Fedora Hats, for    $1.75  Good Canadian and English Felt Hals, for  $2.50  Finest quality Borsaiino Halt for  $4.50  Stetson's, in Cow Boy, Columbia and  Brunswick  Shapes    $5 to $7.50  Natty Straw Hats, in all the new summer shapes 75c to $2.50  Sun Hats tor boys  15c, 20c and 25c  Men's' Harvesters, in splendid quality straw, good  wide rim, each....!    25c  Light-weight  Underwear,   in   Combination   or   Separate  Pieces, short sleeves & knee length, at popular prices.  See our SPECIAL ATHLETIC WEAR, at per suit  $1  Men's Invisible Suspenders, 2 and 4 point  50c pr'  Men's Lounge Collars, in white and natural   15c each  Bathing Suits and Caps  Men's and Women's Knitted Bathing Suits, in good  range of colors, price  $3 up  Ladies' Rubber Bathing Caps ,.. 35c  Bathing Sandals or Waders  50c pr.  New Embroidery Flouncings |  24 inches deep at, per yard  65c  15 inches deep at, per yard  40c and 50c  24 inches deep, with frill, at per yd  50c   _,  18 inchea deep, at, per yard  35c  22-in. Allover Embroidery, in fine quality... 50c & 65c yd.  Ladies' new Middy Fibre Silk Sweater Coats, at ... $10.75  Figured Pongee Silks, 36 ins. wide  75c and 85c yd.  C c������> i Pongee Silks, ssst. colors, 35 ins. wide   75c yd.  Cream Taffeta Silks, 36 ins. wide, at  $1.75 yd.  Japanese Hsbutai Silk, in white only, 36 ins. wide.. $1 yd.  Georgette Crepe Silk, in white only, 36 ins. wide $ 1.50 yd.  Ladies' Chamois Lisle Gloves, two dome fasteners., $1 pr.  Fownes Fine Lisle Gloves, in fawn and white, two  dome fasteners  75c pr.  Ladies'Dog skin Driving Gloves  $1.75 pr.  Ladies' Cape Driving Gloves (washable), at $2.50 pr.  Children's White Lisle Gloves  35c pr.  White Lawn Hemstitched Handkerchiefs  3 for 10c  Fine Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs  2 for 25c  We've Got Good Groceries  Vt/E are what we eat, is a well known old saying.  If this is true, then shouldn't we tat only the  finest and best things?���We sell the best grades of  Groceries. We boom our business by giving our  customers good stuff for their money.  5-lb. tins Santa Clara Prunes, thoroughly sterilized  85c  Large Bottles of Pure Olive Oil  65c  Quart tins of Libby'a imported Pure Olive Oil  $1.25  Gallon Glass Jars of Sweet or Sour Pickles, also Chow Chow  Pure Malt Vinegar, in large bottles  25c  Pure Honey Vinegar, in large bottles  30c  85c tins of Wagstaffe's fine old English Mincemeat.... 50c  I5cpkgs. Raspberry Trifle    10c  Table Sets of Fine Quality Glassware  $1.50 set  7-piece Berry Sets, at $1.25 and $1.50  Berry Bowls, at  50c and 65c each  Cream Jugs, at 25c      Sugar Bowls, at 35c  Butter Dishes, at 40c      Glass Tumblers, at.... .\... 5c  Lemonade Pitchers, with cover   $1  Glass Water Pitchers  75c and 85c  J. F. FUMERTON &~CO|  THE CASH STORE        " It Pays to pay Cash!  Dry Goods phone 58; Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours:  Moming-9.30 and 11       Afternoon-3 and 5

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