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 VOL VI.  NO. 52.  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914.���8 PAGES  mmmmmm> ���iagtefii'i'-Mi  $1.50 Per Annum  ofjoat Service  Rumors re Lake Service Discussed by Board of Trade  That there would be strong apposition to any change of C.P.R. schedule  whioh redueed the frequency of the  boat and train servioe down the valley was made evident by the tone of  a discussion at the meeting of the  Board of Trade on Tuesday evening.  That such a change was under consideration owing to a temporary falling off in passenger traffic has been  freely rumored for some weeks past  though nothing definite has been made  publio. Naturally the idea of a return to the boat servioe on alterant >  days as run several years aa���. is viewed with alarm and resentment bv bus!  ness men, and others, who would be  put to serious inconvenience by suoh a  move. There was a unanimous opinion at the meeting that a vigorous  protest should be made against the  issuing of any such order, and the  following resolution, proposed by Mr.  H. W. Raymer, will be forwarded at.  onoe to the superintendent of the  division:  "That whereas it is currently report  ed that the C.P.B., have in view the  cancelling of the boat and train servioe on the S. & 0. By., as at' present  operated, and the substituting of a  service on every alternate day; we the  Kelowna Board of Trade strongly protest arrainst such a curtailment, as it  would seriously interfere with established business, and would be calculated to militate against the progress  and development ol the valley."  Back to the Land  A letter was read from the Board of  Trade of Port Arthur, Ont., enclosing  ��� a pamphlet whioh iB at present being  vigorously advocated all, over Canada.  The following resolution dealing with  the question of government assistance  towards the bringing of land under  cultivation was also inoluded with a  request that the Kelowna Board endorse it and thus add thc weight of  its influence:  "That whereas the ���ommioii of Canada is almost the sise of Europe, having over 3,886,000,000 acres, of which  at least 370,000,000 acres are suitable  for cultivation. And whereas in 1911  onlv 33,404,110 aores were under field  crop, but produced a crop worth over  *550,0OO,OOO: And whereas it ia verv  essential that the remaining 90 per  ' oent., of our agricultural lands should  be developed as expeditiously aa possible, to furnish remunerative work  for our unemployed- ��n increased market for our industries; greater traffic  for our extensive lines of transportation; food staffs for Great Britain;  comfortable homes for. the brave Bel'  arians, other allies, and British people  who may desire to engage in farming  and market gardening undor the most  favorable oiroumstances; And whereas  Canada oan render verv important assistance to the Empire in populating  Canada with million*, of industrious  farmers: And whereas, to aid the  farmer or to secure the rapid development of the agricultural resouroes, we  believe New Zealand has lent 166,000,-  000; th* Commoawealth of Australia  over 180,000,000; the Argentine ' Republic 150,000,000 and Great Britain  to the tenant farmers of Ireland over  $330,000,000.  Therefor* the Kelowna Board of  Trade would reipeotfullv urge that the  necessary legislation be enacted empowering, the Dominion of Canada to  lend *50,000,000 to the urban and rural municipalities in Canada on their  own munioipal debentures, repayable  in five year* with interest at five  per oent., annually upon the condition  that such municipalities lend *uoh  money to its ratepayers to be expended in clearing and bringing additional  land under cultivation or in extending  the area under cultivation or in extending th* area under market gardening: advances to be made as the  work progresses, and not to exoeod  11,000 to anv one ratepayer, and to  be a first lien on the land similar to  advano?* made under frontage,  drainage bylaws; or that suoh money  to be loaned for agricultural development, be advanced by the government  as may be deemed advisable."  Hr. R. B. Kerr spoke in favor of the  soheme so far as the development of  agriculture was oonoerned. What  western Canada needs today, he said,  more . than anything else is to get  , baok to the land. During recent  years the towns of the- west have  crown out of all proportion to the agricultural development of the oountry.  It was mors necessary than ever now  that the Tast areas of uncultivated  land should be made *n rroduoe wheat  barley and oat*,, and that a larger  amount of cattle and: hogs should be  raised. He did not ' agree, however,  entirely with the objects of th* resolution. It was not so much a question of clearing more land, as of  bringing under oultivatian the thousands of acres whioh only needed plowing. What the farmers needed was  financial assistance to enable them to  undertake the cultivation of this land.  The eoveramenta of Saskatchewan and  Alberta were alreada- arivintf assistance  to farmers who had got Into difficulties through last years orop failure.  He suggested    that a   to  Voles $1,250,000,000  for War Purposes  New Vote is Greatest Demand  Upon Britain's Resources  Premier Asquith stated Monday  the Houae of Common* that the war  already    was   costing    Great Britain  from 14.600.000 to $6,000,000 daily.  The greatest single demand ever  made upon the material resources o'  Great Britain waa voiced by the Premier, when he moved an additional  credit for war purposes, of 81,260,110(1,-  000, which, in addition to the millions  already voted in August, is equivalent  to an increase of more than fifty per  oent., in the national debt. The House  voted unanimously for the additional  war oredit of $1,250,000,000 asked by  Premier Asquith. The measure introduced by the government last week  for an additional army of 1,000,000  men also was adopted unanimously.  The Premier told the House that the  that the largest portion of tho first  $500,000,000 already voted had been  expended in the conduct of military  operations, loans fo t'-jo Allies rnd!  disbursements for food supplies for l he  country.  The expenditure for sugar, wLiub  had been especially large, would, in  the belief of the Premier, ultimately  bo recouped to the exchequer. A considerable sum had been spent to secure the control of the .railways to the  government, and the expenditure included provisions for refugees. With  regard to the purpose of the new credit, the far greater bulk of this would  be for army and navy expenditures,  the Premier said.  The civil expenditures were inconsiderable, and they would be largely for  the purpose of getting food supplies  for further commodities neoessary for  the British, the use of whieh must be  made impossible for the enemy. Another large item wa* made up of loans  of money to others, amounting to  1316,000.000. The principal item* in  thie list were to the Belgian government (60,000,000 and to Servia $4.-  000,000, on whioh no interest was to  be charged until the end of the war.  Other loans to the self-governing dominions of Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, oountries  whioh under ordinary oiroumstances  would be compelled to borrow in the  Loudon market, would account for  1151,260,000 of the new oredit, forth,  reason that the British government  has undertaken the responsibility of  raising loans for these dominions.  Regarding the cost of the war Premier Asquith said he declined to dive  into the future or speculate pn what  commitments it might be neoessary for  Great Britain to incur later, but up  to last Saturday, the aotual additional expenditure falling unon the exchequer amounted to between 34,500,-  000 and ��6.000,000 a day. Having regard for'the enormous scale of the  operations and other considerations,  this sum, the Premier said, did not  exceed the estimates for expenditure  that might reasonably have been . expected.  The Premier said he could hold no  hope that theso expenditures were likely to be diminished. The present  measure carried provisions to March  31, which would not only satisfy the  calculations based on experience, but  would leave in hand a reasonable mar-'  gin.  Walter Long, Unionist, congratulated the Premier on tbe evident determination of the government to carry  through the war and leave nothing  undone to make, the issue successful.  The government oould count on, the  widest latitude and an absolutely free  hand. Mr. Long said, so long as the  country was satisfied that it would  Drosecute the war with vigor and do-  termination.  Okanagan Associated Boards of  Trade Will Meet at Kelowna  Annual Convention Dates Fixed for December 8th and 9th  Delegates will Attend From all Parts of the Valley  That the annual convention of the government to introduce into purlin-  Associated Boards of Trade of the ment at its next session a law which  Okanagan would be held in Kelowna will enable wheat, flour, and semo-  on the 8th and 9th of next month Una to he imported free of duty from  was the information contained in a Canadu into the United States."  letter from the secretary of the Asso- Mr. Kerr spoke at some length on  oiation to the Kelowna Board of Trade, the question, maintaining that it was  Representatives from nine different one on which the three prairie provin-  boards in the valley, from Enderby ces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  to Pentioton will be present, and the Alberta were practically unanimous,  pleasant task of entertaining these Prairie farmers he said had every thin r  visitors will rest with the Kelowna to gain by the adoption of "free  board. I ..heat." which    had ceased to be    a  The first session of the convention political issue. lie admitted that  will be held on Tuesday the 8th on there was a certain period of the  the arrival of the boat from the north year .when wheat was lower in price in  and it is expected that the business of the States than in Canada, but that  the gathering will be completed next was at a time before Canadian crop  day in time to allow delegates from was ihreshed, when Canada had prac-  southern points to leave, by the after-, tioally no wheat to sell.    At alt. other  Little Change in Battle Pope Asks for Peace  Front in France Among Warring Nations  Wearing Down Tactics Begin  to Tell on Germans  noon boat.     ^^^^^^^^^^^  Special Meeting of Local Board  In order to make the nocosriury    a  ravrements for the entertainment    of  { timed the price in the States was  | higher than in Canadu, and of this  | higher price the farmer would get the  benefit.  .    Mayor Jones objected to the     resolution on the ground that the    quetv  the delegates, and also ift consider the tion was a debatable one in whioh  resolutions which are to be submitted the prairies only were concerned. If  bv the other boards, with a view to! people in B.C. supported the proposal  instructing delegates as to how they, they, would simply be voting for a  shall vote, it was arranged.to hold a' higher price for flour,  meeting of the board on Dec. 1st to j Mr. Kerr retorted with a vigorous  take the place, of the regular meeting > speech in which he showed how the  which fell on the 15th. j      prosperity and progress of settlement  The delegates annuinted were the in the Okanagan was entirely depend-  president, vioe president and Mr. R.B. J ent upon the prosperity of the prairie  Kerr. farmers.   When things were going well  In taking up the question of rcsolu-] on the prairie more u<xnle were abli  tions to be forwarded by *:.ie Kclowna to sell out and come to Bettle in Ke-  Board, it was pointed out that these' lowna....  had to be in the hands of the general | Following upon Mr. Kerr's sugges-  secretary at once in order to give, tion regarding lights on bicycles Mr  other boards an onnnrtunity to con- j <T. Leathlev submitted the following  aider them. It was therefore pointed proposal to extend the requirement to  out that anv member not previa who nil Vehicles passing along The roads  wished to submit a resolution for th��, after dark:  consideration of the convention should, "Whereas the present practice of al*  hand a copv to Mr. McTavish during, lowing vehicles and bicycles to use  the next few days. [ the country    roads at night without  Mr. R. B. Kerr submitted .tic fol-, showing lights is attended with con-  lowing, dealing with the ���luestiun of; siderable danger tb all drivers 6f  reciprocity in rep-ard to wheat: I horBe-drawn vehicles, bioycles and au-  "Whoreas the United States l-ti-T tomohiles; and whereas such traffic  has lately been altered so th��,t; :anv aloitg the roads has in many die-  nation can export wheat, flour nnd tricts during the last few vears in-  semolina, free of dutv into the Vuited orcaned to such an extent as to ien-  States on condition that it itself ad- der necessary some nrccuution against  mits these articles  from th;     United   collisions: ���  States! dutv free: and whjreas it. is Therefore be it resolved that- i'ina  the universal opinion of Canadian convention of the Associate'] Boa-ds  farmers that reciprocity between Can- of Trade of the Okanagan     strongly  Though there seems to have bett I  little change in the aspect of the war  during the past week, news for tome  time past has, on the whole been favorable to the Allies. Neither side has  Encyclical Traces Horrible Picture of European War  The Pope haa caused to be published  his announced encyclical urging puucu  among the warring nations of Kurope.  In this document the Pontiff attributes the war to four causes, namely, laok of mutual and sincere     love  moved very far from the position* among men; contempt of autho:ity;  held now for some time but it seems injustice on tbe part of one class oi  evident that the German attack is neople against another, nnd tho con-  weakening, and although they have sideration of material welfare as tho  not vet abandoned their amazing de- sole object of human activity,  termination at all risks to get to tbe The Pope's appeal urging peace in  channel ports, their onslaughts have Europe follows a pastoral letter from  lacked the ferocity which oharacteris- the Pontiff issued early in September,  ed them at first. The flooding of the in which he exhorted the heads of thc  whole country between Nieuport nnd nations engaged in hostilities to end  Dixmude has helped to produce what the present reign of ruin, disaster land  looks at present like a deadlook as bloodshed. The Pope then said the  an advance in that neighborhood is spectacle of the conflict filled him  now almost impossible. Bad wind and with horror and sadn-^s. and that he  snow storms have also orevented act- hoped not only for the end of this  ive operations and compelled a wait- war, but of all wars.  ing policy. K    |    The encyclical b*-ins   by tracing   a  Officers at the front say the Germans horrible picture of the present war.  begin to show signs of the terrific and by calling upon tbe rulers und  strain in Flanders. They think Cien-, the people to '"id the frntricidnl i'u.ht.  eral Joffre's plan of letting the Ger- in order that the dawn of the new  mans wear themselves out will soon pontificate be blessed by rtace  bear fruit. One officer predicts that throughout the world. The present,  within a month tho Allies will ba in bloodv war is terrib m, because the  a position to drive the Germans from encyclical declares, it is a stru^gl"  France. J of ��ouls as well as a struggle of bod-  An official communication by the ies, the soul being the origin of the  Uussian general headquarters says:      j bodv,  ada .and the United States in these  articles would be hiphV-- beneficial to  Canada; therefore tVe Associated  Boards of Trade of the Okanagan Valley     earnestly    request  the Dominion  recommends that the provincial govern  ment introduce legislation compelling  all vehicles and bicycles fo be provided with liofhts when, travelling along  the roads after dark."  Lord Roberts Passes Away Suddenly  Famous British Field-Marshal Succumbs to an Attack of  Pneumonia in France  "In East Prussia the enemy is falling back along their whole front between Gumbinnen and Anger burg,  while continuing to hold the passages  on the Mazurian Lakes. On the front  between the Vistula and Warthe Rivers fighting continues in the character  of a great battle. There are important German forces in Galieia;. lleavv  tighting is reported here to have taken olace in East Prussia."  Considerable anxiety is felt concerning the fate of the British dreadnaught  *Audacious". which has several time3  been reported though unofficially to  have been sunk bv a mine off the  north coast of Ireland. Though affirmed with "���rent detail in some quarters it is absolutely denied in others,  and it is significant that the admiralty has not made anv mention of it.  The German cruiser "Trondbiem,"  was interned in Christiana. Tuesday,  after an attempt to escape from the  North Sea.  Young People's Rally  A General Meeting ol the Farmers'  Institute will be held in the Board of  Trade room, on Saturday, Npy. 28th  at 3 o'olock.    Several important pro-1 velopefl  Field Marshall Karl Koborts died on   tions of the people.  Saturday night in France from imam-     Despite    his   years   he   had    never  monia. ceased hard work since his    nominal  A teles-ram from Field Marshal retirement, nnd as he had often re-  Sir John French, oommander ofG the marked, he lived a rtario a- a .stcmious  British expeditionary foroe on the life that he might preserve his  continent, apprised Earl ..Kitchener,' strength for the service at hiB coun-  Seoretary of State    for war, of     the try.  death of Britain's great soldier.6 The !    During the   past five or six years,  telegram read:, when   the   German   war oloud    had  I deeply regret to tell vou     that f been growing, he prosecuted an active  Lord    Roberts died at eight   o'clock  this (Saturday; evening."  Field Marshal Karl Roberts, who  was Colonel'in-Chief of the Indian  troops.* had gone to Franoe to givo  them hia arresting. Soon after his  arrival he becamo seriously ill. He  suffered from a severe chill on  Thursday nnd pneumonia rapidly de-  His   .aaroiit    aire, oighty-two  | vears, militated against his recovery  I thc    crisis   in   the    disoase     ooming  oosals will be put to the meeting   to  improve fanning conditions   through-: the   orisis  out the   distriot and it i. important  vorv guicklv.  that all   ranchers join the   Institute]    The   MW8   o(   ihe deatn o(   r,0���-  and cooperate to obtain reforms from  Roberts camo as an entire    surprise  the government whioh will benefit the  His   devotion    to    the    interests of  farming oommunity.  | the     army,    his hard work   in this  ������^���������^�����������-" | connection, and his seeming good  resolution be drawn up asking the health had been the subject of oom-  government to lend money to promote, ment since the beginning of the war.  agrioulture apart from land clearing.  Mayor Jones also spoke on the matter, whloh he thought was too important to be dealt with at so small  a meeting, and at his suggestion the  question was laid on the table for  further consideration.  A letter was read from a gentleman  at Abbottsford, an expert in tobacco  raising, who stated that he was prepared to come to Kelowna to make a  proposition to the growers. The secretary was instructed to write for  further particulars.  Mr. R. B. Korr drew the attention  of the Board to thc need if soma* tea-  ulation    requiring    bioyolos ^^  lamps at night. He said tbe dancer  to pedestrians of being1 rim into    by  He wns the' most *-n-udar military  figure in Great Britain and a national hero without    rival in the    affeo-  campaign to persuade tho nation to  adopt a compulsory military service.  His belief was that Great Britain required the training of the whole male  population in arms.  "Roberts   o' ' '    ���      Pretoria  nnd Waterford," as Field Marshal  Lord Frederick Slerrh 'foborts was  known, sums uo briefly the career  of the noted soldier whose death has  "lunged the empire into mourning  Scion of a noble Irish family, Lord  Roberts was Irom in 1839 in Oawn-  Doio, India, where his father, Gen  eral Sir Abraham Roberts, was  serving,     fn    the    Indian service the  'llant and efficient Irish soldier  achieved his first nnd lasting fame.  It was in Smith Africa in his later  vears that this was supotemented and  macnified by his achievements in  Great Britain's victorious campaign  against tire Poers.  Bela Singh. Sikh, was acquitted  Tuesday on the oharge of murdering  Bagh Singh, whom he shot in the  Hindu Temple at Vancouver a few  weeks ago. This was his-second trial  there having been a disagreement nt  the first. The defence was self defence.  At Buok Lake, five miles south     of  lo cerry j Wilberforoe, Ont., Wm. Hughie, jr., of  that villacia.  while hunting,  wounded  ��� a> deer.   The animal attacked him   '��  biovoles at night was very rfM.at and I hls "J0*: ��Pset him into the lako and  more especially from the common prac- mauled him badly. A companion who  tloe of riding on tho sidewalks. He beard his cries swam out and brought  proposed that the city oounoil be ask-1 hlnai ashore, but he died shortly altered to oats a bvlaw prohibiting    W- wards.  oveles being used at night in the oity) ���        !   without    carrying   lamps.    This was     Mr. F. Anstey, inspector of schools  general carried. oame in on today's boat.  Arrangements have been made by  the Poultry Association for Mr. H. E.  Upton, Government Poultry Instructor  to give illustrated lantern leoture* on  Poultry Raising, to be held November  25th and 26th at 8 o'olock in Ray-  mer's small hall.   Admission free.  Hon. Wm. Templeman, former member of the Laurior administration, nnd  \iropriotor of the Viotorin Daily Times  died at his homo in Viotoria Rulur-  aluv afternoon.  Owing to an outbreak of foot and  mouth djtease in Michigan and Illinois, railways have been notified not  to bring into Canada anv livo stock,  dogs, ha--   fodder, straw, etc.  A mast successful rally of the young  people's societies of Kelowna wns held  in the Methodist church on Monday  Such a gathering had often been talked about, but the visit of Rev. I. W.  Williamson, the secretary oi the L>. G.  Sunday School Association to thu oity  gave the opportunity, and his sirriccs  were requisitioned.  The church was filled it $ o'clock,  when Mr. G. R. S. Blackaby of tho  Baptist society took the ohair, lie;  was accompanied on the pla't- im by  the Rev. I. W. Williams, an, H. Ren-  wick nnd W. J. Clement of the Pres-  byterian and Methodist societies respectively. The service started with  the singing of "All flail the Power,"  to the inspiring tune of "Diuden .. and  "There's Sunshine in My Soul." snd  prayer by Rev. A. Dunn.  The Methodist choir rendered an anthem in their usual vigorous fashion.  Miss Duthie was also heard to good  advantage in a solo "My Task".  Mr. Williamson then addressed the  meeting, his subject being "The Ten  Fingers of Power." It was a forceful address, and held the close attention of the congregation. Efficiency,  said the speaker, was the watchword  of today. It was in everybody's  mouth and in speaking of any association they wanted to know whether  it measured up 'to the standard that  was required of it. He then vent on  to deal with the various f.ictors that  went to make for efficiency anal power,  ���Purity, vision ol a task, soil knovl-  edge, consecration, determination, appreciation of one's fellows, Bible r,'i.d-  ing, loyalty, prayer and love for  Christ.  \ Mr. McKenzie rendered "Sun of My  Soul" and the meeting was closed  with, prayer by the Rev. J. C. Switzer.  The second rally of the Sunday  schools of tho oitv took place on Sun-  dav afternoon last in.the Presbyterian  churoh. It was an'inspiring sight to  to see the ohildren and older soholars  who orowded into the pews and the  Rev. I. W. Williamson, secretary at the  B. C. Sunday sohool assooiation expressed his admiration at seeing such  a goodly turn out. Mr. J. A..Bigger  presided, and others on the platform  were Messrs. G. S. MoKenzie, and H.  0. Jenkins, representing the different  Sunday schools. Mr. MoKenzie conducted the singinar. the strains of  ".Stand up for Jesus" tho congregation bsinrr led by the choir. Mr. .lam-  kins read a portion from the Bible,  nnd Mr. Ball, in the unavoidaWo nb-  senoe of Mr. S. Weeks san-, a solo.  Mr. Williamson hnd the rapt attention of all as ho told the story of  King David's rise and fall, "id     the  After mnking reforence to the doctrines of Christ the eommainir-ition  snvs:  "Thc spirit of Christ does not 'reign  todav. . The oeople talk of brotherhood more than thev ever have before, vet brotherhood is ignored today  to a decree greater than ever before.  Nations, races, cities and indiv'-duals  are divided todov bv rancor and selfishness more then thev are bv noliti-  cal frontiers. Thc lack of recinrocal  charitv is causing. ft laok of "-eaapeot  for authority."   i   Cannery Board Explains  Present Position  We have received this week for publication the following letter from the  secretary of the Western fanners, Ltd.  Dear Sir.���In order to prevent any  wrong impression gaining hold ia the  minds of the public as to tho solvency  of the above mentioned company, tho  directors think it advisable to publish  in the 4ocal press a brief statement of  the causes which led to the su-"osUon  of voluntary liquidation. Prominent  amongst these is the great European  war, which has created a financial situation which it was "nite impossible  to foresee, and which has restricted  markets to such un extent that trade  generally is cut down to an absolute  minimum, and the wholesalers are  buying only sufficient lor their immediate needs; consequently it is inevitable that cannecs generally must carry for a considerable period the larger  part of their stock. In the case of  this company the carry-over is so  large that it Is impossible to meet  payments due to creditors, and as  some of those are growing impatient  it was thought advisable in the interests of all creditors, and particularly  the local growers to whom heavy  payments for produce will shortly be  due, to suggest voluntary liquidation.  This does not implv insolvency, and  indeed if reasonable time be given to  liquidate the large and valuable stock  of high class goods now on hand all  creditors will be paid in full.  In addition to the forogoinc. the  low prices of canned goods which havo  ruled for two consecutive vears mako  it impossible to onorate under existing  conditions, and it is onlv h\ reducing  the oost of raw materials, labor and  freight, that such nrices can be suc-  cossfullv met. At the same time the  directors sincerely hone that somo  means mav lie devised whereby tho  canneries at Kelowna and Penticton  may cootinue to be operated as it is  fully realized that -the industry with  its extensive navroll is a most important asset to the two districts concerned. In the event of the shareholders annrovin'r voluntary liquidation as the best course to take, no  efforts will be spared to re-org��m&o  the company under conditions . which  will prove more profitable.  Rv order o* tV No*"*d.  LEOPOLD HAYES.  S9-2 Seoretarv.  Kelowna. B. C. November 18th, 1914.  ��� -��� '   Elliott's horse seems in a fair wav  to become, as notorious as Elliott's  oat.  his point.  After a duet bv the McKenzie ' ��� '*  era "Th^e's Sunshine, in Mv Soul TfH  dav." the old favorite "Jesus Lovm  Me." was sunw.hv all. Mr. MoKfnin  wettinp the conwretration to cl"�� tl- -it  hands to mark time ae they snng thi  chorus.  Prayer bv lho Rov. V. Dunn brought  the service to n rlose.  On Mondav afternoon n confrWiHip.- of  flim'lav school .workers waa he'd ��ri  the Bantist church and wns att^ndnd  bv quite  ^���^^mm - mt uuiw a number. Thu ennforw"*  necessity of preserving a clean boart, was conducted bv Mr. Williamson n ,rt  nt-tiff apt illustrations to press   home a profitable time was spent. PACK TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  KELOWNR RECORD  Pnblislted every Thnrsalay at Kelowna,  Britlsk Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Bates:  st.SO   pat raar;    71a,. all   raoataa     Oa  Mata. tO aaala addatloaal.  AU aabaaristloaa sarabla la .dv.no..  Advertising Sates:  t.ODOI NOT'CSS.  PBOFB98IONAL CAHDS.  ETC.. 21 oaala par oaliuaa Inch r��r WMk.  LAND AND TIMBER NOT1CES-80 davi. II:  SO dav., $7.  IVATEB NOTICES-IS tor Hva lnaarttoiia.  IEOAL ADVERTISINQ-Flral   Inaartion.    11  oaata pre Usai aaok aubaaqaiant iaaarllon. I  i*ata oar liaa.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS-^ paata PS)  word lirat iourtloa.  1 mat an word .aa-  ���obeeonant iaaatiias.  III.SPLAT   ADVEBTISEMENTS-Twa,    iaiclaa  '-od.undar. 80 nata per  inch lira!  inaertion  over two tenets 40 eeata ear task lint ia  ���aartloa; M rant, per inch each auliwuu.nt  inaartloB.  All okaasea lo oontract adva-rtiaran-ntH muaa  aae ia tba band, ol tea printer br TaMadat  rivals*   to   .ia.ua. pubJiaatloB la th.    aasl  General  expense   ..  Drues & equipment ...  .  Fuel    Laundry  ..  Furniture   ....  Lef/al expense    Salaries    lte^'iirs on old building  extras on new  '   i ai(l  41,95  73.43  11.26  33.13  98.19  3.00  475.50  161.77  (.'ash on hand  J99S.22      8146.30  81.144.52  With the exception of salaries the  disbursements were 60 per cant of the  am^'mts owin- for July and August  accounts.  accept all cases    that offer, excepting  follows:  July     $ 33.25  August     333.40  Soptembor     387.71  October     742.94  Architect  l"olton     120.00  ressr  MAKES PERFtCl HRfAD  To the Shade of Alfred  Lord Tennyson  On Reading  tho poem "dug up"  His Son  by  Monthly Hospital  Board Meeting  Hospital has Smallest Number  of Patients for Years.  incurred for Ootober ol ��817.40 and  intr was held on November 10th.  Tho directors presont were, II. .J.  Ilowotaon, P. B. Willits, M. t!. dome,  12. W. Wilkinson, G. A. Fisher, M.  Hereron, W. Hautr, W. B. Pease, D.W.  Sutherland, and  P. DuMoulin.  The matron's report showed a total  of only IS patients admitted to tho  (Tfiueral hospital, and three maternitv  cases. This is the smallest number of  patients for the month, for several  years.  The secretary's financial statement  which  was next read showed accounts  Thero remained unnaid accounts as  receipts and disbursements as follows:  I don't believe it Alfred���I can't think  That vou would so misuse our printer's ink i  As Io su"*T08t we "'answor foes with  thunder"  Or anv similar strategic blunder.  It may ho woll lo stimulate our boys  Willi    chf-i-rn and    bands and sundry  other noise  But  supolv we should greet our    foes  with bullets  Or lab our bay'nets in   their florman  gullets.  1?. TT. PAUKTNHON.  Receipts  From Patients    Subscriptions    Govt, ner canita o-rant fo  nuarter ending Sept. ...  Sundries   Overdraft    Disbursements  On Board account    8397.00  185.85  . 515.50  . 23.17  .    23.00  81,017.30  From this amount of $1,617.30 had  to bo deducted $146.30 cash on hand  less &.-3.00 overdraft to the Bank of  Montreal, leaving a net balance owing  of $1,41)4.00.  Mr. 0. E. Ititchie's account of $807--  56 was owing to tho end of October,  being tho balance due on the now  maternity wing. (This has since been  paid from thu city's annual grant of  9760.00, the balance being a contra  account.)  There were patients accounts, some  running back as far as IU0S, said the  report, tho grand total being about  84,700, tho estimated collectable  amount being onlv $1,969. Apparently nearly 81,000, of the 1014 accounts  are uncollectable, out of 1^2.103. Owing to the faot that the hospital must  accept p- case that offers, excepting  i infectious and 'contagious diseased, it  is inevitable that a large proportion  of the accounts will be uncollectable  each year. It is therefore evident  thut the hospital cannot be maintain  ed without the addition of public subscriptions.  Tho visiting committee, Messrs. DuMoulin and Sutherland, reported having made several visits to the hospital during the month, finding no com- J  plaints from    patients.    Recommend a-1 _  tions   made    h"   them    were for fly. ~  screen doors on the front door.    Tho     The secretary was instructed to pre-  socretary thought    that these    might j     re a    list of all    unnaid     petientt  be donated by some one.    Other mat- accounts and to hand a copv of tb"  ters   the secretary    reported     having statement to every director,  attended to. I    The directors were requested to per-  Mr. Willits- was authorized to have sonally report aU complaints  the 500 bulbs donated through the lo- made to them of tho hospital manage-]  cal Farmers Institute planted in the | ment to the secretary or to the rejru-!  hospital orounds. The secretary was.lar monthly Board meetings, so that  instructed  to thank  the donors     for the fullest inwstip-ation might bo made  Sydney messages indicate that tho  Australian government proposes troinjf  beyond tho proposals mado by the  Saskatchewan farmers and ���to guarantee a fixed minimum price of four  shillings per bushel Tor all wheat of  all newly cultivated areas, also to  guarantee for tho clearance of new  land and to sunnly seed wheat. It is  expected 1,000,000 extra acres, at least  wiU be eronned next vear, thus partially solving the unemployment difficulty.  , ��� 4   Vernon council haB refused ul- offer  of a Vancouver concern lo tender tn  sewerage work, on the understanding  that thev would accept olt.v debentures  at 85 in payment, because the price of  tho bonds is not considered high  enough.  81,144.52  the bulbs,  A special committee was appointed  consisting of Messrs. DuMoulin, Willits and McKenzie to investigate statements made bv several nersons regarding an accident occurring to the bed  containing a patient in the hospital.  This report was published in last  weeks' naDer, also the finding of the  $ 99.99  committee.  as quicklv as possible.  A number of cases have just been  reported, it was mentioned which  should, in fairness to the hospital  management, have been reoorted vears  ago. It would preatly facilitate the  proper conduct of the hospital if persons hnvinp- complaints to make would  lav them before the secretary or a  director promptly.  Get Out and Get  Under���Arms  "I'd like to aro if I could pet away'  You often hear a bar-room hero say.  Netrlcetine duty's call  That comes to One and all-  While <aoh man counts the coat  The country mip-ht be lost:  I'd like to see how   quick   they'd get  away  If   Kaiser  Bill's battalions' caino their  way. -  "It's not our quarrel but I'd like to eo  And havo a whack at Enadand's foe"  Oh! fool, can vou not toll  Her foe is yours as well;  And vou mav hesitate  Until, at last, too late  You find while vou were fin-urine   tbe  cost.  Your chance of helping anyway is lost.  "Mv  private   obligations' must   oome  first"  Suva one putative patriot, well versed  In all the sordid rules  Of shops and business schools  Whose onlv (lod is pelf  Whose only thought is self.���  Suonnaio we all said that, who    then  would eo  To ntnv the onslaught of invading foe?  And vou Dominions of Overseas  You're irivintr only what your statesmen please-  Whv is your call so slow  With thousands keen to eo?  Rend ev'ry man vou've eot���  Enlist the blessed lot  Before thov'ro    really    ready for    tho  fieht  You'll have them armed and uniformed nlriaah!.  Ton  thousand men a month     sounds  r/ood I vow  But win- not 'list on'i hundred thousand now?  Keep thiam at home until  A winter's stead'" drill  Has made them fit to "O  Aarainst the nation's foe.  Men    in their   millions are     wan1"  there  Get   busv    now   nnd fie"re out   vour  share.  This iB a   war of shcckels.   Will  you  snend  l'*.'."aTh to briar, it to a sneedy ond?  Call nil vour fi'-Mine men  Brill and eiuin them then  With sword and horse nnd iron.  Thaas is '--"I- dutv done.  The few vou now send, keep us stunal  in-* nat  But surolv that's    not    what    vou're  aa'mir-- at.  B. H. PARKINSON.  The death occurred at Pentioton last  week of -" W. Sutherland, Assistant  Inspeotor of weights and measures.   .  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1��, 19U  B-   ,     I ���������  lll'IJ     I   111.'    II    .11  BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM  OXLEY  And make your cash last you longer  Look at these CASH Specials  for Saturday  Best quality creamery Butter - $5.15  14-lb. boxes.   Come early to get one bos of this  Choice picnic Hams, per lb. -     2Qc  New Stock and Choice Quality  Best quality Ginger Snaps - 2 lbs. 25c  Fresh slock and criip  Cream Sodas in Tins, per tin - 30c  Assorted makers  Bulk Tea- - - 3 lbs. $ I  Fit for a king to drink  Come Early and take advantage of these Price*  GET THE HABIT  GO TO  THESTOREOFPl  PHONE 33  PHONE 35  H     ������> ��� ���.��������,< it* uks  ts-  Make November Purchases Save Big Money in December  The Complete Big Line  Coal Heaters  Wood Heaters  Oil Heaters  WHILE THE SELECTION IS BEST, SECURE ONE  Here is a perfect Hot Blast Heater.   Burns hard or soft coal and  briquettes.   Fitted with  patent brick lining, Smokeless Airtight  Gas Consumer.   This new Retort Hot Blast in three sizes- -  $14.50   $16.50   $20  For Wood and Coal grt ��� Derby Oak or a Moffat Oak, with the  large feed door.   We carrv these in all sizes, priced  $7.50   $10   $12.50   $15.50   $18.50   $22.50  For Wood Only.    There are many styles and sizes priced  within reach of all  Fire Place Effects.   Very cheerful and good Heaters.  Box Stoves.   Sizes from 18-ins. to 36-ins.  Coal Oil Heater*.   Different sizes.  W* invite you to our  Heater Display  There are no better and our prices are  based on direct - from - the - factory  shipments  An Opportunity to  Save Money  During November we will give you in  in addition to our regular discount a  15-cent coupon for every dollar spent here.  This coupon is worth it's face Value on  any purchase made in December.  The regular cash discount applies in  December just the same. Remember  you get your regular discount on all  money spent here.   The more you  Mr. sari Mrs. Homs-Owntr���  .... , . It mraa lima sat* trouble aad mousy to ao lo tht right stora (or yeas  spend in November the less  your   .C.r,.��^ifw?��^  December purchases will cost  You need a Heater: buy  one npw and save your  coupons for Christmas  buying,  ��algtartj & parting  utiM fict/u on demand  durina  oh  DECEMBER  ��u  ! *�� BHX.QF US: *-"��� y��u win �����*��� mmty bouuto  our pricaa are reasonable. Whan you coma to ua onoe, you will coma T��r-i  whoa you buy furnilura. Cat acquainted with our (tort ���nd latin whoro to  buy youi furniture to tho host advantage In quality and price  Wo can furnish your home beautifully and at a saving to you. Let  us figure with you if you need  Furniture of any kind.  *SAVE YOUR COUPONS  K=5BBBS-=S=BHB=HESSSe5  Dalgleish  AND  FURNITURE  -���ST:   '.    . ���. . : *��� -. ..'.".' mmmmmtmmjpi^m  mm  mmmmmm  �����  THUBSDAx-. KOVia��BB1��, 1��U  KKLOWNA������������JSCOBB  Single and Double  Large stock to select from  All Repair parts for same  TRUNKS  SUIT CASES  CLUB BAGS  This department is in charge of Mr.  W. R. Birtch, who will give' you prempt  and efficient service  FEED  Germany has notified Greet ^Britain  through Jaa. W. (Ward, tha Ameri-  oan ambassador in Btrqp, that U  German oiviliana in Britain, exosptine  those against whom then) are grounds  of suspicion are not liberated, ' all  British subjects in Germany will bo  similarly arrested.   The feeling on this  subject in. BerUn is high.  '       .  . .   ���  The British navy has its' full complement of men and is in a state of  thorough efficiency. Such is the conclusion to bs gathered from an intimation received at the naval servioe  department at Ottawa to the' -08001  that no more naval reservist* or naval volunteers ar* required. 'On*, of  the first, calls mad* upon Canada bv  ths Imperial authorities, when wai  broke out, wa* th* sending to  England of all naval reservist*, and  no more 'are now required. The intl-  ' mation Is considered hor* to be a  most gratifying proof of" the. tremendous efficiency of the British  fleets.  Peremptory orders were given by the  Toronto Board of Control last Thursday to the civic official* to im-  mediately discharge . any . Germans,  Austrians or Turks thev have employed in their respective departments.  . This was the outcome of a strong  protest made bv Aid. MoBride against  tb* retention of Dr. Kohlman, a' Ger  man reservist,    in the works depart  ���:  9S  Wheat.   JHat Oats     Brap     Shorts  -    Whole Oats        Crushed Bone  Oyster Shell   Beef Straps  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  W. R. Glenn & Son  ''   .   . v Dealers in  .    *    Tarra and Orchard Implements.  Pendozi street tt Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  Furniture at Factory Prices  ll*on Beds, bras* trimmed, heavy post* and  '��������. nuW...,..,.^ ,*%.  S3.25  Bed Spring*, extra quality  12.50  .,   Combination Felt Mattre**.. . *M0  $9.75  Bras* Beds, 2-in.^ost........           .- $15.00  Best quality ipring ..........".'...,    $3.50'  All Felt Mattress, with best quality art ticking... ' $7.25  $25.75  Dressing Tables, with British bevel plafe mirror   $8.75  WmA Stand to match....,         $4-00  ;   ' $l2'75  Don't forget our   .'  5-drawer, drop4iead, Singer Machine at .$35.00  Or our ,' -    ���   -  -     97-pieca China, let. at only., $20.00  Kelowna Furniture  'V/\7  Lower Prices on Ford Cars  Elective August let. 1914, to August let. 1915, and  fuiiran'atd against any radactloa during that time.  All care fully equipped f.o.b.-ford, Oat.  > Runaftout - - . $540  Touring Car - V 1390  Town Car -   . -      -   $840  '  (la taa a1a.al.lip at Ceases pair)  Buyers to Share' in Profits  All retail buyer* ef new Feed ear* from August let,  1914, to August lit, 1915, will share In th* profile of  th* company te th* aatetvl of $40 to 160 per car, on  oaah ear thaw boy. PROVIDED i we sell and deliver  50,000 a*w Ford ear* during mat period.  Ack for particulars  Ford Motor Company  C* CANADA UMniD.  BURBANK MOTOR CO.   .   -   KELOWNA B.C.  Reports are being handed around  that the Jap* are ahipning; a big army and vast . supplies of' artillery  across Siberia, to join in tht fight  against the Gerrqans in .Poland.'  According to Canadian immigration-  offioials in London, a number of Bel-  <rian refugees have come to Canada,  fully' expecting to make thi* plaoe  their future home. It is explained  that most of them have cone to Que-  bee lo be among the French speaking  Canadians.  .  .  .  News fro*m Helsingfors, Finlaod,  states the Russians have withdrawn  troops from the east and west of Finland to ioin the main Russian army,  indicating .that Russia's fear of a  Swedish invasion ol_Finland has vanished.   This withdrawal has made   a  ��ood' impression in Sweden. ���  a   a   a   - ,  "There is a concensus of civilised  feeling against Germany such aa the  world has seldom, if ever, experienced  before. There was never any such  world-wide sentiment against Nn-  Doleon."���New Statesman.  a - .   . ���;.  To relieve to- some little extent the  burden of the homeless Belgians aod  to add a stanch oitiaenhood of her  .oeonle. the province of Ontario in the  near'future will have the first 900  Beioian children'orphaned by the war  settled io her comfortable homes. It  is .the latest of manv orooosals which  has boon made and noted unon in On;  tsrio lor the'benefit of the Belgian  nenrrle. The association of Children's  Aid Societies of Ontario has informed  readv to nlaoe an initial 200 of these  the Ontario trovernment that thev an  motherless little ones in "nod oountry  homes in Ontario. It is most Kkelv  that the offer of the association will  be accented rw the Government although no reply has yet been made  to the request.  * * 7 '  The admiralty announces that the  submarine menaoe of thc Deal and  Dover ooast'has been relieved by the  dragging of chain* alone th* bottom  of the channel. This procedure is be-  , tiered to have destroyed oertain German submarines whioh for weeks have  been   successfully    eluding the British  amardshtps.  i'r 1  Ths supplementarv estimates .providing for another million men required  bv the British eovernmont daring the  vear ending March 91st, next, Were'  nressnted to the House of Commons  this weak. Thi* bring* the total army  nrovided for, not inoludlng 313,400  territorials, to 3,166,400 offioers and  men.  ,1      -..���������  Prinoe Ernest August, the Duke of  Cumberland, father of the Duke of  Brunswiok, who is Emperor William's  son-in-law. has been discovered wan-  derinar about in a demented condition.  The war has affected Us brain.  .  .  .     ���  "Wilhelm." a* identified with the  Kaiser, h 1 not considered a suitable  nam* for a Toronto street. Last week  a oitlsen took down th* namaplate on  Wilhelm avenue from tb* street coma*  and nnwnted it te the street naming  committee, together, with an emphatic  oroteet. Thc oommiUw recognised the  validity of th* objection and promptly changed th* nam* ol th* street to  Sydney avenue in honor of the Australian cruiser which disposed of   the  Otrman warship Kmden.  .  .  .  ��� A -thrilling encounter in which eight  aaroplansa, four German, two French  and two British, figured, occurred in  the vicinity of Ypres. Ths German  atttohiiyc wen destroyed by artillery  nnd eight offioers whom thev carried,  killed. The Germans were seen ap-  nroaching tb reoonnoitre the lines of  th* allies. Th* Frenoh and British  airship* immediately ascended to meet  An official Turkish communication  received in Berlin and given out to the  nre** describes the final defeat of a  Russian tone, consisting of an entire  army corps, on th* Caucasian border.  This enr/agement - occurred November  19th. Th* Turkish report says that  the forces of the enemy were so shattered that they wer* unable to offer  further reel stance.  j Halor General.Robert G. Kekewioh,  who defended Kimberley for 195 days  against the Boer armies, waa found  dead in bis bed room from a self-  inflicted gunshot wound in tbe head.  He had suffered a nervous breakdown  ��� following ili ' health   whioh prevented  his amine to the war.  ...  " Genoral Christian DeWet. head of the  rebellion in tbe Orange Free State and  western Transvaal, has been wounded  in the head. DeWet's 1 followers arc  reported much dejected. They are  poorly armed and Taok ammunition,  .   .   a  The Austrian general staff has ordered an offensive movement with all  possible foroe against the Servians in  the hope of ending the Balkan phase  of the war before winter sets in and  so releasing further Austrian troops  for servioe > against the Russians.  . . .  The Sultan of Turkey has issued a  proclamation., to the army and navy  in whioh he' accused -Great Britain,  France and Jiussia ol having instigated the war on Turkey. He adds' in  this connection that the outcome wilt  -put an end to. tbe attempt* directed  against th* glory*, of the Turkish empire.  ....  In Northern France a fall of snow,  followed by heavy rain., is turni-..:  the roads into channels ol mud. 'Ihe  bad weather, is convening roads into  mud channel* with cobble ridge*, very  dangerous'for motor traffic^and although the winter will not stop the  fighting it will make things extronio! /  trying.  ...  In the Commons Monday, Homo Secretary MoKenna inparted the information that 14,500 alien enemies of Great  Britain were interned in concentration  camps in the British isles. There wore  in addition to the prisoners taken in  action and tbe men removed from tho  merchant ships of the enemy. Mr. Me-  Henna added there were about 3U,(XX>  alien enemies .till at large in England.  ...  Great Britain has advanced the  Greek government 40,000,000 drachmas (18.000,000) to pay -for warships  lor Greece, to ba constructed in Knglish shipyards.  ...  Emperor, William has offered his  marble palaoe, the Villa of AchUiionr.  in Corfu, for sale. It wa* built for  Empress Elizabeth of Austria, at a  cost of to,000,000. It is said the  Main* {ears confiscation if lireew  join* th* Ailie*.  Th* Kaiser has dipped off the  standing ends of Us moustache.  out-  Kdovvn Poultry Show  N.T��W25tk, 26tn��nJ27lk  GET YOUR BUM READY  An Ktighshman, long a resident of  Constantinople, wUoh city he left on  November 1st haa arrived in London.  He says that in addition to tbe crews  of the oruisers. Goeben and Breslau,  nearly three thousand German offioers  art in tha Turkish naval servioe. Two  months ago, hs says, all th* German  clerks of publio and. private establishments were taken over by tbe military authorities and plaoed in oharge  of th* .telegraph and postal departments and the censorship. He adds,  Every Turkish ship has a Herman officer in command.  .  .' .  The Australian* are making preparations to welcome Captain Carl Von  Hullar, commander of the German  cruiser Emden, destroyed recently by  the Australian cruiser ,Sydney. They  are arranging to show their recognition of hia gallantry and courtesy.  ...  Austria, is. making extraordinary efforts to float her new loans. From  the emperor'e private purse large advances ar* being mad*.  CRITICISM OF CENSORSHIP  la tht faot of th* adverse criticism  directed at tbe (Jrgaaixalion and work  of the official censorship in the Houss  of Commons otim* th* announcement  that the tensor'* staff has been reduced by thc dismissal of twenty-seven  officer* and nine civilians.  Col. Yates declared the censorship as  exercised, has done an enormous  amount, of harm to recruiting. Other  criticisms were that th* public had  not been properly informed upon a  number of matters where it ahould  have information.  Stanley Butkmaater, head ot tha  official press bureau sine* the Right  Hon. F. E. Smith resigned to go to  the front, not onlv deollned to promise a lets rigorous restriction uf news,  but (aid that he regretted that he  had not been able to cxeroioe a more  severe censorship over some 1 newspapers which had dealt with foreign  questions.  "Th* nress bureau alone stands be.  tween the ureas and martial law", he  said. "I ifiave merely executed, according to the best of my ability, the  orders of th* Admiralty and tht war  office."  Markiid improvement in the  ployed situation in Great Britain is  contained in. offloial reports made  nubile 'by th* British Embassy at  WMhfatton, last wesk. Th* statement said*the ancmnlovmsnt in manufacturing trad** in Ootober wa* 4146  ptr <oant., compared with 6.59 for Sep.  tymbtr. These firrares ar* remarkable  sines general nntmnlovment is increased sine* tht ojaming of th*  Barron Strain For  I imported a pen each of Buff Orpingtons and White  Wyandottes from Messrs. Tom and Will Barron respectively, Lancashire, England, last January, and now I have  some, very fine .cockerels for stock birds, and for thia  month only (November), I will let them go at $3 and $2  each.   Terms:-Cash with order only.  Some of Mr. Tom Barron's recent wiaaiaf s  1911-12 4th Prist and Two Silver Medals in tht Philadelphia North American International Egg Laying Competition (100 pens competing, 12  months).  1912-1} International First Prise ia the second Philadelphia North Ameri-'  can International Egg Laying Competition.  1912-13 International 1st Prise aad Capt and Medals in the Missouri  State International Eg* Lay ing Competition held at Mountain Grove,  Mo.. US. A.  1913-14 2nd Priie at the third International Egg Laying Contest held at  Victoria. B.C.  Also Timothy, Clover and Oat Hay  A. W. COOKE, Benvoulin  P.O. Box 663, Kelowna  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made- of Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, &c.  If it isjnade of Leather we can repair it  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  Phone - 347  Next deor to 25c Store  CONCRETE  WORK  1 have a complete plant cf power  mixers and all appliancea for concrete  conatruction of every kind,. and am  devoting all my attention to this work,  in which 1 have had many ysara'  experience.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excayating Contracts  H. WITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE a  * tr Risaa' olfac*, Woolaalar Av.  armar Block rUclttar Street  PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304,  J, A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatimatea 'Furniahed for all classes  .    of work  GRA Y'S  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  Is nod) open  EVERYDAY  (except Monday)  Call and arrange a aitting for your  Christmas Portraits  Houn from 10 to 3  Rowcliffe N��" WOJUt Block  R. W. BUTLER .  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Ettim��te�� furnished on all descriptions  - V . oi woodwork  Plana and Specification! prepared tot  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  all fitted with Beth Rooms,  W.C., hot water, ere.  P.O. Box 185  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  >��a>BBBBSB  Learn Kdewaa 9a.s.., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Wetttaok S.M ��.��.., 4 p.m.  'ExtraService on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelewai 11 a.n.  Lsirts Wetdwak T1.30a.ai.  TERMS CASH  JAMES' I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 106  o��  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY IHE  MOST SATISFACTORY PROCESS KNOWN TO THE WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES VOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   UTERALLY TALK   MANurActuate m eutt-SN Canada  Rv ���mCuiandDirbuUcC3!  ���GUTS  THE KELOWNA RECORD  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Lariaat Stualioa in the Interior  Portraits by appointment  Peadofj Street,   ���   Kelowns  *mrm*m*m*m+m~<mmim*'  Frank Knapten  M a ShN atyerKT  NEXT TO TAITS  .   SHOE STORE. ON  1ERNARD AVNE  REPAIRS RETURNED  PROMPTLY PACB FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  The General Staff  What It Is nnd What It Does ,  The most important duties of a Ken-  em! bjt;\ff are not dischar~-xl in buulc.  Tiie members do their work lorn; be  lore war is declared; but, since success  or victory may cjepmd upon the iiifcel-  ligenee and the thoroughness with  which these duties are discharged, it  is proper that the work'of the general  staff should be considered and explained. What the spy does in timo  of wat- the general staff does in time  of peace. It makes preparations for  war, gathers every piece of available  information regarding it possible enemy, and plans the campaign in advance. It is a common notion, thut  these plans are the product of the  war o.lice, but the fact is that the  war nflice and the general staff are  dUtint. The duties of the war ott.ce,  as laid down by a "Kuropean Military  Officer", who writes in the New York  Sun, m icern the purely lulmin.n' ru-  tivu functions relating to finance, military justice, the providing of armament and all equipment, recruiting  ami a'l material provision for the  feedtn'" clothing and housing of the  men, and the care of the animals belonging to the army.  It is the work of the general stuff to  study, organize and detormine the use  of th.�� country's armed forces on land  aud Bed; thegeneral staff is in constant communication with tho Foreign  Otlice concerning the political relations  with other countries, and the Foreign  Secretary immediately communicates  to the general staff if he sees upon the  horizon the slightest cloud that might  darken international relations. The  duties of tho general staff aro divided  into several sections, and itowr the  collection of all available dftlA iu fot-  oign countries concerning the o> ionization, equipment, armament and tuUins  of foreign armies, also --oncermng (ho  capacity of railroads and other Imi.i-  port facilities, such us the loading and  landing of troops, wharfage, railway  stations, rolling stock, bridges and all  other topographical conditions, the  details of the food resources in these  countries, nnd, in fact, the work, bo  far as can bo learned, of tho general  staff in every other foreign country.  The same information is notlcoU*.  with regard to the home country, with  the objoct of making mobilization as  swift and certain as possible in time  ��� of emergency, and it might be remarked that, judging from the celerity and secrecy'with which the fiist  British army has hwm collected and  Untied in France, the work of the  British general staff, appears to have  been well done. However, it must be  assumed that the work of German and  Austrian general staffs have been well  ' done, too. A great part of the information upon which a general staff relies  is easily available. It iB true that  only by subsidizing spieB a general  staff can learn full particulars as regards fortifications and guns, their  number, disposition ancWange, and it  is safe to say that all general staffs  have in their nay foreigners whose  business it is to sunn'v these date;  but apart from such details, the general staff can easily acquire all the  nocessary information. The prodf of  itH ability is the uso it .stable to  make of its knowledge ?\     -  We have seen that the Kaiser embarked upon the present war with a  definite plan of campaign. France  has such a powerful chain of forts  upon her German border that the  Kaiser realized that to penetrate into  French territory routh of Belgium and  thus advance upon Paris, would be a  long drawn out and perhaps,an impossible tasti. Therefore, he chose  rather to incur the hostility of Britain than to give up the plan prenared  bv his general staff for an invasion of  -Belgium. It is to be assumed, also,  that France perceived that Germany  would invade Belgium, rather than  attempt a direct invasion of France  itself. Britain, too, is not Hkelv to  have been caught panning, and it is*  plain that Belgium was not whotjv  unprepared for the events of the past  two months.  WIJH&LKSH TELEPHONES  That the next few years will see  some ^remarkable developments in  wireless telegraphy is forecasted by  the surprising experiments which have  just been successfully carried out. Mr.  Marconi hopes to establish shortly a  wlmiess telephone between his office  in thc Strand and his country house  at Kawley, Hampshire, 07 miles away:  "Already," ho says, "we have had  conversations with Berlin. We could  not hear all the words, but the test  was very promising, seeing that we  wero talking over 600 miles. And recently we had wireless telephone communication between warships forty'  miles apart, which was entirely satisfactory." ���*  "Kven more astonishing, however is  the wireless telephone apparatus invented hy two French naval officers,  Commander Colin and Lieut. Jeance,  by which conversations were easily  carried on recently over a distance of  150 miles. Every tons and inflection  of the speaker's voice was preserved  as if he had been in the same room.  , Five years ago .these two officers  succeeded in transmitting speech by  wireless telephone, but the apparatus  was not very reliable. Continuing  their experiment*), however, they have  now perfected an apparatus which  should orbve of the highest importance and value to ' the ��� ���ommercial  world.  According to Captain Colin, his ftp*  oaratus posmmw the signal advantage that it can b* used for telegra-  ������Wv at well as telephonic pumoses. a  facility which will be of considerable  Imnortanoe for war .purposes on account of the Vigorous accuracy it ensures.  The Origin of the  German People  Germany    haa    been    inhabited   lor  thousands   of years.    As far bask as  can      be     traced    by archaeologists,  there has been people in tho   country.  The Teutonic race,    which is a collective name for the German people,    is  believed     to     have     originully     in-'  habited   the north of   the    mainland -  of Denmark,  (Jutland) in the district  called Thyland.   Gradually they pushed southward and mingling with    tho,  raoes    further   east, they drove     the  original inhabitants of Germany proper westward beyonaj the Rhine.    The  "Germani," originally demited the Col-  tio tribes living enst of the Rhine und  was adopted by the Teutonic invader*  who succeeded    thorn.     These    Celtic  tribes   eventually settled in what are  now    Belgium   and northern    France,  but in tho course of the last two thou  sund years,almost all trim's of them  havo disappeared.    About the   middle  of the third century, A.D., tho   name  "Franks" who adopted as n collective  name for the tribes of northwe- t Germany, ami "Alnmnnni" for thoso further south.     Soon    after, the Saxons  who    originally inlinbilcal part of the  Danish  peninsula,  invaded and     con-  'quored a larrre   -an <>a rtQrthwiut Germany,    while the Goths became     the  most prominont race in oastorn    Germany,   nnd    their    King He munurio,  -held" a power which stretched from the  Blaok .Sou to Holland.    At his death  however,    the supremacy    of   eastern  Germany passed to the Huns, an    invading people from the east.      About  435-440 the llargundians,  who originally settled    the basin    of tho    river  Oder wore defeated bv tho Huns, under  their    renowned    loader Attila,     and  shortly    afterwards    settled in     Gaul  (now Franco).     About, the sumo timo  tho Franks occupied the mnd rn    Ba'l- ,  gium anal  in the caaursc of tha'     next  hall,   century    their dominions     were  enormously extended toward the south.  Meanwhile the Slavs, or-iginal'v a very-  small  race,, settled  in  the  basins     of  the Vistula,' l'ripet    and upper Dniester,  hnd    extended    westward in the '  wake of tho Huns, nnd occupied     all  tho country east ol the lower     Flbe  (Prussia, Brandenburg and .Silesia). By  tho end of the sixth century the wh<ale  basin aif tho Elbe and beonine Slavonic, except tho Saxon territory " 1 ear  the mouth.    From this timo J|ae Teutonic people, of tho    north'wero     ell  called Saxons. The great Frankish emperor, Charlemagne,   overthrew   them  in 77*2-3, ant| brought the whole     of  the Teutonic part of Germany    under  his government.    In 843 the Emperor  I.amis I, divided his kingdom between  his sons, Louis and Charles, and'   by  the    Treaty of   Verdun (August 843)  Louis received the lends oast ol    tho  Rhine, together    with Mainz,    Worms  and Spiros, and the surrounding   districts.   Charles received the '-inds weBt  of the Rhine, and thus tho Kingdoms  of Germany    and France came     into  being.   The   treaty   of Merson in 870  cave the'country "now known t.a     A.1-  lace-Lorraino    to    Germany.     In the  century following Germ'aiav. n as    constantly at war with tho Danes on tile  north, tho Magyars of Hungary,    the  Moravians and other invaders. During  these wars feudalism made rapid   advance    in     Germany.     Tho   different'  peoples compolled to   attend   to   their  own defence appointed dukef for special military servicoB, arid those   dukes  succeeded without  muoh difficulty     in  securing a moro permanent     position j  for themselves and Jheir descendants.  The dukes bcoame virtually independent.   'Thev,    however elected    Kings,  tho first being Conrad    of Frnnconia.  It was under the second King, Henry  called "the Fowler", -who reigned from  919 to 936,   that Germany first    became a united nation and ''every land  inhabited bv a German popu'alion became part  of thc Gorman Kingdom."  Thus    bv race   tho Germans of     the  north are a mixture of Danish     and  Slav thoso nf the south are Toutonic  mixedovith Celtic snd Latin.   Jt may  also be  remarked that whilo northern  Gormanv is predominantly Protestant,  southern Germany is iust as strongly  Catholic    Thero is' also a Jewish element,    particularly in the east,     but  many have embraced Christianity and  become morged in tho no"ulation.  THURSDAY, N0VEMBEB 1>, ��14  ""   .  ... 1       .J .11    I  ROBBING THE COAL PILE  , For tho benefit of anyione who may  not see the analogy between a robbed  coal pile and a smoking chimney it  may be briefly and simply explained.  The visible part in smoke is nearly  all carbon, either as Boot or oinder,  and carbon is tho principal combustible part ol eoal���i.e., the useful pal t,  the part capable of yielding neat. Carbon completely burned forms an invisible gas, carbon dioxide; therefore  whenever tho gases from a staok show  blaok they contain oarbon, which indicate* that complete combustion has  not taken place in the boiler furnace,  heat, in the coal has not been realized.  It is tho same as though the corresponding part Ol, the coal ltd Into the  furnace has been throws away, for,  although it has passed through the  furnace, it has been thrown away' up  the stack beyond recovery. Is thia,  then, so very different from, robbing  the coal pile?  Tho owner who through ignorance  allows conditions to exist which are  not favorable to the most economical  operation of his boiler furnace*, although he is unwittingly robbing himself, is nevertheless stealing from his  own coal pile.���Power.   ; ���������   "If there were four flies on a table  and I killed one, how many would be  left?" inquired a teacher. "One", an-'  swered a bright little girl���"the dead  ont."   4   The Panama Canal has been again  closed to navigation owing to another  land slide.    Col. Goethals hopes    to  have tho   way open again in a   few'  days.   ;..'.-,  1     *  f - .i-  s 4  GET THE GOODS OUT  ARE OUR ORDERS FROMWE^SSlGNm^is  ��� - ���-: ; ~ -   ;- ������"������'���' - - r^m tvy&i*&'0l  And we are certainly doing it.    The crowd of buyers  . which attends the sale every day is eriorrnouSa   There  is no let-up from the ttme the store opens until closing  at 6 p.m.    With the first sigm of winter everyone h  rushing to take advantage ofs'  Slaughter Prices cn their Winter Supplies  .'���;,' tl   i.".   :,   >  If you want Clothing, Furnishirig,  Boots, Rubbers, Dry Goods, or  any merchandise we have, don't  mi$s opportunity while this stdelc  lasts as everything goes Without  ^mmmmmMmmmm^mm^^^mmmmmm**mmmmmmm  reserve. Fixtures ^or Sale  ,.\ ,  ROBT. DONOGHUE  Assignee for the Estate w. *asa... 'vmmmm.^- ys  ; Wetyehgoingan After Seasons  Sale of flats on Friday and Sat-,  *      urHay of this week  On Friday we ahall be showing Hats in the ;  window up to $l0.5&for............  Saterdayi Hats up toi $4.50 for....���.;..,* \j$  Throughout next week we shall be selling  ,:���.>!.'-' '   Millinery at reduced prices / .,  Smart Clothes fop Young  Middies for Misses in Navy Serge, trimmed  Scarlet, laced wilh cord in front, for 14 to  JO years, each,....,.......      V-     ������ $3 50  Navy Serge Midd., trimmed'Saxe Blue, for 14  to 20 yeisrs, each    ���������$3.50-  Misses' Balkans with pleated Skirts, trimmed  ,, Scarlet and Saxe Blue, for 8 to 12 years old.  Complete dress foj ...............44 7^  '���- "   J      "' '"���'     " ..- "  '' - '' ���   '"'  Children's* Navy Serge Dresses, wilh Patent  Leather Belt and Sailor collar, trimmed ip  shadesbf Saxe& Red, for 4 tblOyrs.^^S  ' .     These goods are all made* of all-wool serge'  Jerman Hunt  Wrinrl I ^ry ^ine anc* ^' ^"  f f   %tf \sf V* 0 Guaranteed drr wood ready lor burning  ���*:i  ���in.      i burning  ^   "     ���       -'      CASH PRICES  One to four ricks...$2.75 rick    Five or oyer....$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TEl^PHONE��183     ��  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan & Investment Co.  Bi (Phone 96)  Prime Fresh  Meat  Fed locally, and carefully  selected, is all we sell.- We  are building up our business with.Satisfied' customers, and we  want to   ^B      make you one .  bbbbbbbbbbV KBBeBmmmmmmmV  We wish to make it plain that we have no connection with  P. Bums c\ Co. er any other basinets in town   ���<  W. LUDLOW & CO.  Prompt Deliveries     - Phone 12?  WATfeR STREET (Behind Bank of Moatsttl)  The following address dealine with  several interesting phase* of munioipal  work was' delivered by ;Mr. 'B.  Baird, Inspeotor of Municipal'tiee at  the recent convention ol the Union al  B. C. Municipalities at Kamloops:  Mr. President and Gentlemen.-  During the tew months whioh the  municipal department of the province  has beon in existence I have reoeived  many enfluiries a* to the objects and  working;, of tht department, tbe'assistance which it is desir/ned (o provide  (or the munioipalities of the province,  and the control which ii ia premitted  to exercise over--thtm. *  Hy remark* will be, as far as {tots'.  ble an answer to these enquiries, and  I shall hope to make tht relationship  of the department at at present /constituted to the municipalities entirely  dear to you, and through you to the  various munioipal bodies whloh - .you  represent.     ,  I bave been frequently ashed what is  to be done with referenot to the systems'iring of the munioipal book-keeping. I oan only say that ' although  our municipal' department itself it^on-  f Iv in prooets of organisation (hi*, is  one feature whieh is under serious  consideration. The Aet of 19H has  made ampler- provision fay any regulation which may' be mode to attain  the object and we propose to advance aa rapidly at possible in this  direction, with due regard for the var-  [��� ioui and varying reouirementt. of , (he  different cities and district*.'  The province of British Columbia is  unique in tht variety of its probl.j/ns  and its requirements, a statement  whioh applies very directly to the  needs of our book-keeping <syttem. In  so far as I have geen our saWrHltte*  ol municipal books are fairly uniform  exoept in the elimination in smaller  municipalities of fuaturs* aiaui.rscmo  to their particular "leeds. H' necessary to other*. At tUdfltlJ of th-s  year we will ask U.r a t Tatar "crm of  financial return If-ini cioh munioaPaK-  ty, and judging from ��hat I have  teen from the various ma* aunt a in lam,  there will be no dilfijiltv ir xCon.piling  these unilorn stammicnts.  T oan safely say that in tbe near  future a beginning will bt made in  provincial auditing. There is no grievance against the auditing a* it is done  ait present���muoh of it is done bv efficient chartered accountants, but I  may emphasise this point that more  attention must be given to the interpretation of the work of the municipal  council in relation to the requirements  of the Munioipal Aot, It is important  for the protection of the ratepayers  and of the council, and for the'oredit  of the, munioipalities in general, that  the detail of the work done by the  council. and munioipal affairs  generally, should be Inspected by oap-  able men not appointed by the oounoil. The'objects chiefly in viewa in th*  audit whioh I hate mentioned* .would  be the procuring of an uniform.. . and  ���Unbiassed review of the'work don* by  the councils and their offioers as well  as of the financial position of the municipalities, and the rendering of assistance to municipal offioers in their  work, and the preventing as far- as  oossible of irregularities.  On tht last mentioned subject we  muat admit that the present system  of auditing . haa exhibited a  weakness. Irregularities have oocurred  and-no report'whatever has been .made  of them. Munioipalities are today suffering hardship from over .expenditure  in previous years of fundi raised under bylaw. The voting of 175,000 by  the ratepayers, for a oertain purpose  does not mean that aa authorisation  to the munioipal oounoil to spend  ���.100,000. nor does the voting of $75,-  000 for a water works system mean  an expenditure of 150,000 for water,  and* the balance for street improvements. I mav add that tht legislature  of this province have taken the matter of the possible irregularities ao  seriously that they have plaoed in thc  hands of the Lieutenant-Governor-in-  council full power to impose any penalties whioh may be deemed advisable.  1 have had several inquiries with reference to the nowere invested by Motion 475 of the Aot, which authorizes  the Inspector o( Munfoioalities.'when  directed bv she Meuten&nt-Governor-  in-council to do so, to conduct Investigation into alleoed munioipal irregularities. While thit seotion is intended  as a protection to the mteraavera, tn  the munioipal council-rind to the mu-  mioipal offioers it mutt be understood  that it is not designed to replaoe or  to " affect the statutory provisions  made for the remedy of gritvnnws.  For example it is not provided that  inquiry shall bt made as to tho detail* of particular assessments���that  ia a matter which is definitely rlaoed  in th* hands of tha oourls for final  decision. * It is not Intended that the  Inspector of ' ttiaWiiali'loa shell - In'  quire into the validity of hy lawe and  regulations made bv 'ho c. uncU .nHwi.  than those whioh come before him for  annroval. That is a matter alto  whioh is stibjtot tp raview bv the  courts. - The provision' (or a.n inviati-  "atlon refer* rmly to (he tfo Masses  of alleged grievanoes, l*>oeo for whioh  no remedy is provided "iv stntu'ra'snd  those'whioh arlsef frim aotsolnroli-  arenoe or wrongdoing. The flintier  murat necessarily be few, aod I trust  that the latter w1" ,Ki vmv few  Tour attention'has been tailed to  the fact that the government of the  nave mad*'orovision for. a systematic  review of vour financial condition;  thoy have.; also made nrovielon for a  svatemat'o review of' th* prptefllion  whioh vr��u rHvf to vour obligations in  the matter of atnkine funds, even to  the extent should it be neoetsar-. 61  the control of those fundi, an extent  to whloh, I trust. It will never be necessary to ��o. ��"he rartveniment of tht  xrovince have considered that'   your  firand name is an asset.whiob must be  protected. The default of ont injures  the oredit of all, consequently not oni  ly for the oredit of our own particular city or district, bat for the reputation of the whole province, wt mutt  make every effort t�� meet obligations  ptemptly, I do not mean thia to ap-.  [ply only to ordinary conditions, 'but J  also to the very unusual conditions  SBder which we now find. ourselves.  The outside world, with whioh we have:  dealings are convinced that we�� have  tht brains and th* energy and tha  resources, ' but we mutt also demonstrate that wo have the adaptatality,  the power to adapt ourselves to adverse conditions, industrial and economic. Our metal is being tried by adverse conditions, and I trust we will  end a satisfactory test. If we do-  nstrate that we are equal to tht  emergency of keeping business tnoving  through a period of .great financial  stringency, of assisting in providing  for the requirements of. that part of  the world which is now non-productive, of taking precautions against  hardtahipB among our own, people, and  if we at the same time meet our obligations promptly we have, earned  and will receive every confidence from  the investing public. Probably the  most important lunction exorcised by  the offioe whioh I have the honor to  represent, is the supervitaicn and approval of munioipal borrowings'. The  Municipal Act provide* .that tho oounoil ot any .municipality which shall  after the coming into foroe' of this.|  seotion past a money by-law or,a bylaw imposing a special assessment or  a special rate under this or any,other  | act including th* Looal Improvement  Aot mav apply to tht lusoaactur - of  Municipalities for a certificate approving the by-law. There is. no compulsion involved in the matter of submitting by-laws for approval, but it  very evident, that the investor will  prefer a security the validity ol  [which cannot be questioned, andvhioh  be knows will boar no possibility of  involving him in 'litigation. Should  there be occasion to extend the power  ot supervision the' Act also - provides|  that tho Lieutenant-Governor-in-ooun- '  oil shall have power, to make regulations with reference t.o the submission  bv every municipality ol" money bylaws, looal improvement by-laws, debentures, stock, and. treasury certificates to the Inspector. of Municipalities for his -���-oval and the grantim,  bv him of certificates atiprovinr . the  same. The certificate of approval is I  municipality is in terms of the Municipal Act an elicible borrower to the  to the investor a *nisrantee that' the  amount specified in the by-law; thi.t  j,he municinalitv ha* complied with all  statutory requirements with reference  to the passing of the by-law and tbe  issuance of debentures or stocks or  treasury certificates; that the by-law  is rerrular; and that the val d.tv of tht  bv-law or the debentures, 'or stook, or  treasury certificates is not open to bt  questioned on snv arrbund whatever in  anv ot the courtt of British <V'rm i ���  The government of the "rovinos hav*  bv these'provisions relieved the municipalities of any legal expenses, ol  long delays ha obtaining funds,- and of  possible' litigation. They have provided the means of placing bo'drc tht  investor an inoontestable obligation of  the municinalitv. For the investor to  raise anv question as.to the validity  of vour by-law would he in effect to  question the ' value of absolute guarantee bv th* rrovernment. The question has been -frequently faked bv persons who are interested but are  not familiar with our M"-:-''."l    Apt  whether the "inoe of British t'olum-  bia, providei for any supervision of  control ovor the undertaking h" municipalities of works wlvch *n I e I'or  rowing. I .may be permitted lo larw-  wer the question not only for iKaa-ae  in the position whioh I have  mentioned, but also for those  of. vou who have overlooked the requirements of the Aot with referent..  to tome of four hv.laws. There i-i, it  is true, no general orovision fair such  supervision,' but you must bear * in  mind that the heaviest of your undertakings, namely, your, -water system, vour 'sewer-systems, eleotrio  light, gas, .ferries, street oars and irrigation. Works cannot be entered upon  without the sanction ol the Lieuten-  ant-Governor-in-cpuncil. This restriction applies also to the granting of,  aids and bonuses, and to subaorintibn  ot shares in the capital stock ot any  company. I mention this to avoid  what has already occurred, your  bringing of the undertaking to the  point ot having passed and registered  vour money by-law only to find that  the whole procedure has been irregular. I. would urge upon the offlotfl|  ol every municipality, and eapeciatUy]  those who are so situated that yp4  are closely in touoh with your snllei-'  tor, that vou have no hesitation in  referring to mv department nlcn yon  are in doubt as to your procedure.  Kvery assistance will be willingly given. In particular, I most ask that  you will communicate with me when  vou contemplate undertaking worka  whioh will involve the issuing of debentures, 'tis an unpleasant duty  to me to withhold annroval of.a oom>^  oWted: money by-law, It is considerable additional cost and delav to vou  when you are obliged to oommeaoe  over again the whole procedure of  vour by-laws. One of the first obiectn  in the establishment of a municipal  department was tht giving cf assistance In every Possible wav to the municipalities and 1 trust that thu will  mit yourselves In the wav of rralrdntr  this object. ��� ���  I���; r*   It is not generally known that the  Frenoh manufacturers of cigarette pap-  or now oraotionlly sunnly tht entire  world, the output of Austria atnd Italy being mtignlfioant. There Is probably not mar* than ont person In a)  hundred who know* that rice mmr,  in whloh the tobacco is wrapped, haa  nothing to do with rise, but Is manV  (rom the ritembranet ol the hVa>vl-1  fruit tree,, or, niore commonly 61 fin*  new. trimmings of flax and hewn, qjo  liidit is this pantr that Ave tandred  sheets ot tht tiny paper only weigh  an ounct.  We have what you want in  m  Common and Finish  ���    *���        f i  Doors Windows        > Shingles  Prices right      Delivery pArompt  Satisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited  D. LLOYD-JONES      "' ' i"       '  - . Mantaiaag-Dirtetor  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  'Situated within oat half milt of 'town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commando a beauti. i  ful view of the town, lake and eurrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one.GLENMQhE.   Don't miss tht op.  " potaunily of selecting a few acres of this desirable  property.   . ���"��  . ''. ��� ...v. ��j.    , . ... t _    ' ��� yi  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  PER TON  Famous Taber Lump h $ 10.50  Ptensylvania Egg - 17.50  Pensylvania Stove - 17.50  Pensylvania Nut        -   17.50  Phone  66    .  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  Washing and Repairing  for Men  E. GUIDI, St. Paul Street  it prepared to undertake Laundry  work and Repairing for Men   .  Best*Work at Reasonable Charges:  COLLECTION AND DEUVERY IF REQUIRED  O.K. LUMBER CO, ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply ail  your lumber need*.  .���-*;���.��� -*" .  *! '���'.���'���'  We have a large ttock of local and  coast     ,  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  X DOOR$; AND ��� WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  ���#4 PACK SIX  sTJBLOWNA  RECOKD  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (incorporated 1904) -    Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  lacktraithing dont.     Weighbridge.    Oats crushtd.    Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoes, Apple., ox., for Sale.  Apply |ar lhe Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.      Phont 5; P.O.   ox 209  OFFICE HOURS:  Head Office: 9��ol2;  1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Offices 9 to 12; I to $.30, excepting Thuraday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O.  OX 274  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  Delicious Fruits  have arrived for the CHRISTMAS CAKE and CHRISTMAS  PUDDING.   We would ask you to let us have your order  early that we may give it our special' attention and  deliver it in good order  Here are a few items worthy of  jroar attention  Large  meaty seeded raisins,  full pound pkg. ...2 for 25c  Currants, recleanrd Vostrizzis  full po.und pkg, for 15c    VyLgwi  Columbia Cuirants, 2 lbs. 25c    if* jo  Dates.   Fresli selected pound   C0ltj !  pkg 15c  New Peels���Lemon, Orange  and Citron, I lb. mixed. 20c  Barbadoes Molassr-s, 15c-35r  New Figs 20c and 25c  Cluster Raisins....25c and 30c  Shelled Almonds and shelled  Walnuts, per pound 60c  Almond   Paste,   " Batchers,"  superior quality, per lb. 60c  Luge   juicy    Oranges,   per  doz 30c and 50c  Lemons, per doz 40c  Apples, Pears & Grape Fruit  Pure Spices and pure Extracts    Please note that every article is fresh and of the  very best quality  Bleached Sultanas,- I lb... 15c  Icing Sugar, 2 lbs 25c.  Cranberries, 2 lbs ....:.35c  (looking Butter and pure Lard  for the pastry  Jams, Jellies fit Jelly Powders  Eggs, guaranteed No. I quality  per doz 40c  Starling Chewing Cum.   A national flag in every package, etch 5c  New Chocolates, Candy, Caramels, Satinettes, Humbugs, aad many other  linea of awteia. *  Heins Fresh Mincemeat in bulk.   Extra quality, per lb 25c  OKANAGAN HONEY SPECIAL*  Piat sealer, full of honey 45c       Quart sealer, hill of honey 80c  HaU Cal. sealer full of honey $1.50       5-lb. pail $1.10  D. D. Campbell  Phone Three Oh 1  Phone Three Oh  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and .MANTLE/Ud.  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet (laker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting   '  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  OvvsmMsi m\m BsjxbMli MtatavCsMM*  WC AITKEN  BUILDER At CONTRACTOR  fcPlans and Ettlmatat  Finishing work a "aptdahr  OtSee i No, 6, Crowley Bloc*. Kelowaa  P.O. Box 511  v  TOWN AKR COUNTRY NOTES  .,.,.  Mr. F. Heather spent a few days in  the city last week,  .  .  a  Mr. W. G. Mace, who was reoently  employed here by the K. V. R.   spent  a few days in the'olty last week.  .   .   a  The next meeting of the Squat Franchise League will he held at tfuhouse  of Mr. and Mra. Maortady, . Trllson  avenue (the fourth avenue out of  Riohter street north) Tuesday evening  Nov. 34th at 8 o'olook. Su"-'eut for  discussion: "The bett way it serving  the oountry in war time," oi-eoed by  Mr. Hodgson, followed by Mrs. (.lore  and others. Visitors as Will ai members are welcomed. ' '  ...  Mayor Jones returned Tuesday from  the ooatt.  .  .  .'  The Munioipal Court of Revision for  the purpose of revising the voters' list  for 1915 is to be held on Thursday,  Pecomber 10th at 10 a.m., in tke City  Clerk's office.  .   .   a  .  There have been ntreistent rumors  lately of a unstable curtailment of the  boat servioe on the lake during the  winter months, mil in consequence tho  Board of Trad', taking time by the  forelock has entered a vigorous protest against the C.P.B.,   taking   any  suoh aotion.  ...  The Kelowna branch of the Bank of  Commerce is donating a Silver Medal  for the best pen of birds at the Third  Annual Winter Poultry Show     to   be  held to the exhibition building,    Ke  lowna, Nov. 25, 26, 27.   Winners name  will be engraved    on it and it    will  be won outright,  ...  The remtlar    meeting of'   the    oity.  council was omitted last Fridav owinc  to the absence from tho oity of several of the aldermen.  ...  Mrs. R. W. Butler will not receive  this week, and hereafter will receive  on the fourth Wednesday of eaoh  month insti-Yfd of Tuesday.  .... *  . The Benevolent Sooiety will meet  on Mondav. Nov. 33 in the English  church mission hall, at 3 p.m.  a   .   *.  Will all parents who have ohildren  waiting to begin sohool at New Years  please communicate at once with principal Richardson.  .   .   a  Church of I'mdnnd services   will be  held next    Sunday at Rutland at    3  o'olook.  .  .  .  Knowles' annual watch i���">srjine eon-  test Saturday, Bee. 13th. $36.00  watch free. _^_ ��    ';  Ruv vour old oountry Xmas gifts  from Knowles. He naoks thete and  navs postage.  ���   .   a  In the Methodist church on Sunday  the pastor's topics will be, in the  morning. "Man1 Enriching the Life of  nod," and in the evening "The Failure of Victory by Physical Force."  v  ...  Mr. J. F. Burns is reported as recovering from his illness and ia progressing favorably.  . . .  Mr. MoLeod, bootkiii'icr villi F.  Burns & Co., left Saturday morning  for. Calgary where he has been given  a position in the head office,  Interesting News Pictures  I The Universal Weekly will again bt  an important feature of tne program  at the Opera House on Saturday.  Many verv interesting war news iteau  are shown including Princess 1'atrioia  presenting war colon to her regiment  | before leaving for England. Hcehte in  I Paris, German prisoners at Bruges,  tht wreaked liner "Oceanic", arrival  of the Belgian, commission and many  other timely piotures. The "Million  Dollar Mystery" which continues io  be a great favorite with the nhoto-  nlav fans is, at utual tbe big feature  of the Saturdav nrogram. The next  episode "In the nath of the express",  is to put it verv mildlv. a hair raising film, iutt one thrill from beginning to end.  The anniversary ter u ins i.t the' Penticton* Methodist ohuroh were preached  last Sunday by tht Bev. J. C.   Switzer, of Kelowna. saflT^  .   .   .  The Bev. J, Thomnson. of l'onticton  preached last Sunday at the    Baptist  church.  .   .   a  A Temperance mass meeting is ar*  rnna;ed for tonight in tbe Presbyterian  ohuroh at 8 p.m, Tht tpeakeri will  be Measss. L. V. Rovers and W. Clement. Mrs, Brooke an-" Hr. G. 8. Mi  Kenziii wiU ting and Mr, P. B, Snashall will recite. The chair it to bt  taken by Mayor Jones.  .   .   a  Mr. Bert Manger, who hat been for  some time chauffeur for Dr. Huvcke it  leaving this week for the oW country  in the hope of finding service at the  front.  ...  Mr. J. Dayton Williams, who had  tho misfortune to break hit leg at  Salmon Arm a few weeks ago, returned to Kelowna last Thursday.- During  Mr. Williams'- temporary disablement  Mr. C. V. Jones, the provincial manager is looking after tbe business and is  staying /h week in Kelowna.  Okanagan Ambulance League  S.0NDS FIRST SHIPMENT OF  GOODS TODAY  New Officers for  Bwevoleit Society  The Benevolent Society have resumed their work for thit vear with the  following offioers:  Pretident.-Mrs. Millie.  First Vice-Prtt.-Mra. Ball.  Second Vice-Pros.���Mre. Woddell.  Treasurer.-Mrt. J. Doyle...  Secretary���Mrs. Rowcliffe.  The sooiety would gratefully adept  any donation! of olothing, vegetables  or fruit whioh could bt left at tha*  homt of Mrs. MilKt.,  Tht neat meeting of the tocitty will  be held on Monday, Nov: 16th at the  English ohuroh Mission HaU at 6 p.m.  The Okanagan Ambuiunoe Loaguo  despatched their first shipment to the  Red Cross Society from Kelowna today. M consisted of me following  articles:*  Surgical shirts, Mrs. Crawford Mrs.  C. Harvey, Mra. Browne Clayton and  Miss to. Gray (4); A Friend (3) Mrs.  Groves, Mrs. Hens, two suite pyjamas  and two nightingales, Mrs. Weeks; 3  pair.sooks Mr. Cameron; 3 pair wristlets. Miss Dykes; 1 surgioal shirt, 1  nightingale, 1 tuit pyjamas, Mrs.  James; 6 pair wristlets, Mrs. Harvey;  Id pair wristlets, Mrs. Gardner; 10  pairs wristlets, 3 scarfs, 1 cholera belt  Mrs. Boyce; 1 pair wristlets, Mrs.  Hawkins; 4 pairs sooks, Bev. and Mrs,  Greene; 3 pairs wristlets, Mrt. Croft;  3 night shirts, 1 pillow cast, Miss  Oakley; 1 soarf, Mr. J. Oakley; 1 tuit  underwent- and tlaunel shirt, Mrt. Ben-  nett; tobacco, Mr. Sweeney; 3 suite  underwear, Mrs. l'eabody; 3 pipes,  bachelor buttons, H. F. Micks; balaclava helmet, Messrs MoTavith, Burbank, Shepherd, James tb Trenwith,  J. 1). Lewis, Manifold, D. W. Sutherland. G. V. Rose, H. S. Glenn, D.D.  Campbell, G; A. Robinson, J. N,  Thompson, F. A. Irwin.  Thete were tent to tot Society'e  headquarters at aToronto, thanes to  the charge of the Canadian Bed Cross  Society's commissioner in England,  Lieut.-Col. Chas. Alfred Hodgetts.  Colonel Hodgetts has been plaoed on  the executive of tht British Bed Cross  and ia in oharge of the proper distribution of all gilts and supplies sent  from Canada for the soldiers at tht  front and tht Bed Cross hospitals.  It it hoped to send another shipment about Christmas time. Thos*  wishing to address their gifts to indi-  divual soldiers or squadrons may do  so, and the society, being continually  informed at to tht movements of the  various 'regiments, will make every  effort to tee that tuch reach the destination intended. i '  Instructions, patterns, material, eto.  oan be obtained from Mrs. Geo. t.+  James, President Bed Cross Needle  work Committee, or bv a pott card or  phont to Mn. S. M. Gore, atoretsryi  (phone lot).  Gifts oan alto be left at the  society's ' receiving depot, in H. 1.  Hickt' store, Willits Block, fobaooo  games, playing cards, bachelor buttons are needed at well at woo.en  goods.  Caah donations reoeived by the  ciety are at follows: School ohildren  ��?.00; Mrs. B. H. Stubbt, 110.00; Mr.  B. S. Dalgleish $8.00; Mr. D. W. Sutherland 13.00: G. James 11.50; Mrs.  DuMoulin ��1.00; Mre. Whitehead 11.00;  By tale of badges at 95 oents, Un.  Gore 110.50; Mm. Sutoliffe 13.50; Mrs.  Hunt 13.50-. Mn. MoTavith 13.50; Hiss  Dvket, tS.OOi Mr. Whitehead, 11.50  Kelowna Courier 13150, total 174.00.  Cash donations ean be left with the  treaturer, Mr. 8*. Challoner, or with  Mrt. S. M. Gore, secretary.  THEOSOPHIQAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LtJOCE"  fMaellrigs every Tueeday avaainf.atep.m'..  alike reeideneeof 3. M.Gore,Patterson Ar.  Public invite.).    Ltodioi library.   '  W. B. PEAsW^^^^^^^^  PretvtW  The Greenhouses  - UlCHTER STREET  latwees tha fieehnnlae aaitEraetiata chtirtaa.  Plant Bulbs Now  Hyacinth. (Dutch tad Reman), 60c to  tlpa-rdot.  Daffodil. (Emperor, Vaa Zion, double)  50c per out.  Vie, Bicolor, Paper white, Barti, }5c  Portecua (oraatut * pheasant ay ad) 25c  Crocus, Sntwdfepe, 20c pat dee.  Cut Flowers  Cttntlioaa.'Qirraaathemuma, 50c dot.  Violate :  Pot  Plant.  Faree, Palms. Flowing Pleats  >tree*ialt fo��f*all PltMfcuj  Freeh eel Lettuce  Agents for Coldstream & B��. Nurseries  Ordera take* for threat aad trees  .;��� Palasr k lUftrMa  PhoMSt I      Bee 117  \&gmk&  Mgfy*~  ��� }    ".  '       *rt ;'.; ' *r" 4  Saturday, November 21st  TO  Saturday, November 28th  INCLUSIVE,  oxm  TIMEPIECES ARE  ACCURATE  \Qa^m.ISrOUR$?  It connection  with our  display of Elgin Watches we ars  qujtlng a few of our extremely/low prices sn Watch Movements and Cuss for Elgin week only   ' . ,  i    '   a    ===?====&'.,'   nr1! li,1 r =te=gg==  Don't Miss this Money^wing-Qpjit)rtunit*  PRICES ON MOVEMENTS ONLY  7 Jewel Admiral I      (  Elgin  .Waltham  Elgin  16 size.  18   . .  ���!���  17    .,       ���-       Best grade -    ��� -  17 ������    ,:     n    ���     ���':���.  17 ��� ���       G M Wheeler model     16 or  19 ��� ���       BW Raymond   ���  19 ��� Waltham  Riverside      ���  21 ��� -  .     ��        Vanguard     ���.  25 ��� Elgin Veritas                 ���  23 ��� Waltham Vanguard'   ���  With winding indicator  17 Jewel Lord Elgin,. Jas Boss case complete  12    ,,     Waltham, 14 K case complete  ��� i l'  .-.��� 5.00'  .. 6,50  .. .10.00  .. IMff  .. 1400  .. 19.00  . 28.00  .. 33.00  .. 38.00  .. 40.00  .. 45.50  .30.00'!  .. 32.50   - ���������- . .     :  Select a Cut eiritable ft* any ef tha above saoveaetatt frees lhe .  folWiai  Nickel      Case (case only) S B & B 16 or 16   , ...     .95  ' ������          *                   Duet Proof 16 or 1*8   ��� ...   1.25'  Gun Metal ��� 16   ��� ...' 2.00  Sterling       ., S B o. B 12       2.65  ���    '    .                   Dust Proof 16  ,.'...   3.50  Fortune      ���   (20 year)     SfiotB 16 or 16   .....   475,  ���     ���      '  ��� Dust Proof 16 or 16    7.65  Cashier      ���   (25 year)    SBttB 18 or 16   ��� ...   7.95  Duet Proof 18 or 16. ��� ...   9.45  I4K      , ���  Good Weight   r I6  ��� ... 24.00  Ladies' sites and Wrist .Watches at the same low prices. -  .Again we urge you not to miss thit opportunity '  We guarantee every watch we sell to give perfect satisfaction  See our Window Display ot Elgin Watches  W. M. PARKER & CO.  '   THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  Crowley Block Phone 270 Kelowna. B.C.  Bargains for Saturday  * All kind* of Household Hardware on  Special Bargain oun.ers at slsiighler '  prices. Also Special Discount on Haa*.  "fag Staves A ftangas for Saturday only  Morrison-Thompson  ��*�������  Hardware Co., Ltd. TpBSPAY, NOVEMBER ID, X9U  HUBFaaWONAL AND   *��  mwms CAMS   ���  m  HHHttMMWMWMHH  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solioitote,  Notariee PViblic,  Conveyancers, etc.  [MELOWNA. s       '   B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KLOWNA. t: B.C,  WEDDELL & ORIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  . 9, Wlllifs Block   ���   Kslosns, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Mamber at* th. B.C. Soclet. ai Architect.  Architect  Ktiowna, B.C.  P.O. Bos, 509  ARTHUR P. PELTON  ARCHITECT  P.O. boa 531 Pt��ne <602  Kelowna, B.C.  C. Harvey, BA, Sc., CE, D.LS.. B.C.L.S..  CHARLES  HARVEY,  '  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O.Bc��ai  PIANOFORTE  MR. .HAROLD  TOD BOYD  hit returned hit teaching claaeta and will  lettivt pupila ee before in hit trudio-  Trench Block, Ktiowna.  P.O. boa 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  MUTiSH COLUMSIA LAND  SURVEYOR,  ���CIViL(NO��IEER  P.O. BOX 1)7  KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cloil snd Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Survey, aad Reports or. Irraptioaa Woti.  Application, loc Walar Liceraaaa  ���KELOWNA. B.C.  ���"KB  msmwcaa.^.c.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Bnglnssrs snd Land Suroeuors  Walar Supply. Irrigation. SulxUvUion., fcc  , ��.   ���    b,   . P.O. Box 261  ). Crowley Block phone 131  Or. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST   '  r.S.SemSt 'Heteti  ���   Comer Peneoii Street and.  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR * BUILD**!*  Plans and Specifications Prepared  add eetimatee given for public Build-  infs,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS     ,v KELOWNA  PHONE Ne. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  i    VETERINARY SURGEON  ���    tCm.mM.mmZatJmrmmt)  >    Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Ml. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.O.  ��� CA-^i^.%ila^0wUu^'  Omaitt of St. Michael & All Angtlt'  7     Church, receives Papib fer  Orfsn, Platwlorts, Wells, Singing,  ' ? Theory, itt.  at hit own et pupils' rttidtnet.  i       '  r  %.ummmmmmmiUmm  P.O>B��bMI. Telepheaal20  Addrtta Abbott Strati  H ���  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.    .  jPlaataaMatsaattaaadEa>i>iara>aatOaT��a  ,  0mptm.rZ tfiiTiwI?1"*  Auto Strop  Razors Free  to Soldiers  . If yon purchaae an Auto Strop  Razor al the regular price of 15  wa will give you a receipt  which yon stnd Ie the manu.  lecturer, logtlhtr wilh iht name  and addrtat ef any Solditt or  Sailor tt tht front or on tht wty  The company will' then  send him a $5.00 Auto  Stop Safety Rezor,, without any other formality or  conditions. Thit offer holds  good while the war lasts.  P.B.WOHU&C0.  DRUGGISTS AND  . STATIONERS  Phone 19  Kelo  .B.C.  Wood     Coal  Bee Keepers' Supplies  Pine, Fir and White Poplar  2 ricka .      -���'���..   $2.75 ptr rick  5 rickt or upwards- $2.50 per rick  Dry Slabs (cut stove length)  Pet rick    .    ..      - )���' .   $2.00  Fir Fence Posts   - 20c each  Merritt Coal -   $10 per ton  Whitehead & Co.  Office: Leon Ave.      Phone307  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal turning rights at 'he Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory,, the .".'anlowest territories, and in a portion , ol  the Province ot Britith Columbia, may  bt itated tor a term ol twenty-one  years at an annual rental oi $1 an  acre. Not more than a.oHO acrea  will be looted to ont applioant.  Applications for the lease mutt be  made by the applioant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the distriot  in whioh the righti applied tor are  situated.  In turveyed territory the land mutt  bt described by sections, or legal su,fr  divisions of teotiont, and in unturvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  thall bt stoked out by the applicant  himself.  Bach application' mutt be accompanied by a fee of tS whioh will be  refunded if the righti applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty ahall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five oenti per ton.  The ptrton operating the mine ahall  furnish tht agent with sworn returns  accounting: tor tht full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay ths  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns shall bt furnished at least  once a veer.  Tht lease will, inoludt the coal mining rightt only, but the leasee may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available- turfaot  righti may be eon-  S dared neoessary. for the working of  as mine at the rate of 110 as sort.  For full Mentation annlication  should be made to the secretary of  the Dtpartinent.of the Interior, Ottawa,, or to tM Agent or Sub-Agtnt  of Dominion ISMS-  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. II   T*usn��ilrind   publication   of  thi- advertisiSaiai will not be paid lor.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU binds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  KELQWKA  UtCOBJ)  11 in'  FAGS BSVBM  Bowling  With the game on Friday "wet hmt  tho first half of the schedule of tht  Dreamlranrl Bowling League wat completed and a look at the standing will  ���how four teams closely bunched at  the ton. with two more only a few  games behind. The Peruana, Beavers  and Bean are all tied for tint aakvee,  while the Dreamlands are only a tin-  els game behind and at thev are corn-  in" strong have a good chance ol  nulling uo on evon terms with the  leaders. The Starlights and.tbe Pat  timea are having an interesting race  leading the second division of the  '���"���H with the Royals just one game  lielow them. The Mission team, who  took a sudden spurt a couple weeks  '"��" and looked to have struck thtir  stride have again settled back and  are making a stronrr bid for the cellar  championship in faot thev almost  have the -oaitiain "oinchod."  Tho Beavers and Starlights rolled  in splendid form lest Thursday ni"ht  a<nd piled up totals of 3342 and 330D  retoectlvelr. these totals being tht  reoord for tht league so far.  Followin- arc the fames:  BEAVER.S  Kerr lfifl  193   160-513  Ehret 136   136   164-435  Ratt .. ..     173   139   166-467  Watt H��  163   1��7���416  O'Neil  192  171   14JMS11  Totals  775  792  775-2342  STARLIGHTS  !-ihiedol 129   164 170-463  Budden 137   195 183-455  H. Treadgold .... 157   161 142-460  W. Pettigrew .... 156  123 194-473  Kossi 136   182 140-458  Totals  .. 715   765  829-2309  On Friday the Starlights took    all  three from the Missions, rolling   good  scores, ns follows:  MISSION  aStubbs ' 124 105  115-344  Rowley     99 74   128-301  Thomson 121 122  110-358  llarneby    93 136  132-351  Baldwin  133 188  126-447  Totals  570 625 601-1796  8TARWOHTS  Budden  137 159 113���4fltr  B. Tresdeold .... 153 108 139-390  .Shiedel . . 1  155 170 173-198  W. Pettigrew .... 119 166 178-458  RosBi . '.'  158 172 159-489  Totals 793 7W 747-2244  .     .      .  .  The Starlights took two out of  three on Monday from the Pelicans  nulling themselves up into close touch  with the leaders. ,     .   _  STARLIGHTS  Rudden . . 134 118  120-462  B. Treadgold .... 144 147  137-418  Shiedel 118 163 132-403  W. Pettigrew .... 114 139' 128-374  Rossi    ; 1371 190  193-510  Totals  627   750  690-3067  PELICANS  Patterson ..... 133 143 148���114  Watt ,104 111 115-330  N. Dalgleish .... 108 117 107-332  Panton 178 184 172-534  A. Dalgleish .... 149 134 139-433  Totals .  662  689  681-3032  Tho    Pastimes    took tho odd game  from the Dreamlands on Tuesday:  DREAMf,A!��D!'  Parker 155 109 122-386  A. Johnson     ... 162 188 139-479  Brown  116 160 118-384  Hedges  147 186 155-487  H. Treadgald .... 134 167 131-412  Totals  694 1799 665-2148  PASTIMES  Swerdfager . . .' .. 162 149 150-461  Willits ..   182 136 194-142  Gibb  130 104 110-334  Hoy  128 113 143-384  Purdy  170 161 194-4,26  Totals 762  663 791-2146  .     ...  Last ni"lit tho Royals .took thc first  two games of the Berics, dropping tho  final contest:  ROYALS  Loney   Manquet .. . ,  R. Johnson .  Lislo.Coates  Los. Coates .  Totals .  134 139 134-407  168 149 131-431.  131 154 113-398  161 118 114-883  171 189 176-586  746 749 ��S8-3166  DEAYTERS  Kerr .. .. '..      .. ;. 195   156 168-619  Ehret   ... 199   166 169-446  Smith  136    971 133-366  Wtat .. .. ;.. 139   118 152-409  O'Neil 143   158 161-462  Totals . .. ... 796 684 783-3903  LEAGUE STANDING  The  following standing includes all  games rolled up to the end nf last  week, finishing the first round ol the  schedule:  P       W I,   Pot  Pelicans 31      13 fl-.015  Beaveri 31      13 8���.615  Heart 31      13 8-.815  Dreamlands 91      19 9-.56B  Starlights ..... 91      10 11���.475  Pastimes 91      10 11-.475  Boyala 91       ��� 19-.S95  Mission ..-... . .91       4 17-.195  ains      Bargains      Bargain!  I  .��  I  Notice!  Christmas  Shoppers  There are only 30 more  days left for Shopping  before Christmas  Advance Xmas Showing  of Toys and Fanby Goods already-being  displayed in our store.   Get your Xmas  goods ready to mail  Ask Anyone- The 25 cent StOK  will be the big headquarters for Xmas  Shopping again this Season  Hundreds of articles are  now marked down at  COST and lielow cost  to make more room for  Xmas Goods  COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF  tf*25cStore  YOUR BOSOM FRIEND  I  DO  I  I  f  raielaitg      gQitftieg      snroftreg  Kelowna Opera House  Tuesday, Nov. 24th  Special Select Programme  of feature pictures  Mary Prckford in  "A Normandy  Romance"  "Circle 17"  A. thrilling modern drama of exceptional merit  "Her Twin Brother" ,  A Joker comedy  Usual Prices: Adults 20c; Children 10c  \   Matinee at 3.15 Nights at 7.15 and 9  ASK FOR A COUPON  When You're Sick Your  Wages Stop  You know what, that means-miaery  ���worry���toe bills���debt I  You know vou can't afford to tret  siok. Keepin- in (rood health.' means  food and clothine for you and your  family. It is up to you to take tare  of yourself. It iB up to "ou, whenever vou don't feel ritrht, to take  something to make vou right, to  strengthen vou, build vou up, ward off  worse sickness���protect a-aau and your  family. That thine we have in Bexali  Olive Oil I'mulsion. In offerine it to  you, we protect vou against money-  risk,1 bv personally promising vou that  if it does not restore vour health, wa,  will eive back vour money without  a word or r,uestioo. We believe it is  the best builder of health, energy and  strength vou oan get. It is helping  many of vour neighbors, i If it don't  help vou we will give back your  money.  Reaall Olive Oil Emulsion is composed principally of pure Olive Oil and  the llvnophosphites. I'aoh has long  been endorsed bv successful nhvsiciunx.  Here thev are for the first timrt combined. The rosult is a remarkable  nerve, blood and strength-building  remedy that is both food nnd medicine. For all who are nervous, rundown and debilitated��� no matter what  the cause; for old Deople: .for convalescents; for puny children, we lan-.w of  nothing that will give health nnd  strength so quickly as liexall Olive Oil  Emulsion. It is a builder of gaaaid  blood, strong muscles, good iligcstion  Pleasant to take, it contains ma alcohol or habit-forming ituoa. If a ou  don't feel well, economize both money  and strength by beginning today to  take Bexali Olive Oil Eivul.ion pnlrl  onlv at the Bexali Stores, and in this  town bv us 81.00.  P. B. WTLLITS & CO.   Bernard Ave.  Hit  Jarre  Them la a Rexall Store in nearly every town  rand -city in tbe United gtatea, Canadai and  Great Britain. Then la a different Rexall  Remedy for nearly every ordinary human Hi���  each especially aicaaaned for tbe particular 01  for whic:a ]t U recommended.  The f'czcil Sfrr-a are America's araataat  Uru.y t.Ca;rcj  BIRCH Firewood  FOR SALE  Green cut seasoned wood  Also First-Class Hay  Thos. Bulman  Willi!. Block Phonea 306 At 3206  High-Class Tailoring  Now ia tht time to think  about your Fall aad Winter  Suit or Overcoat.  We are Practical Tailors  with high-cltae old coa'ntry  Bond Street experience, end  can aatiefy the mott fastidious.  Suits to your own measure  at little more than " ready-  made" coat. NEW PATTERNS jusr IN.  DYEING, CLEANING. PRESSING  AND REPAIRING  " MY VALET"  J. E. THRUSSELL, Prep.  Oppoaite Board of Trade Office, Kelowna  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in five rick lots.  Orders may be left at the  Record Office.  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  It odorlett  when in  ute  Sanitary at  all timet  Call and  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowaa Agent  Opposite Beard ef Trade Oeset' PAGE EIGHT  . KELOWNA   RECORD  [ WANTED! )  rrup.tid Rates: 2 cents per word  first insertion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., iu-  serted for less than 25 cents.  All classified advertisements must ba  paid for in advance owing to tbe cost  attending the booking and charging oi  ���mail '.Urns.  top, may be received for these ads  up to  tl) a.m., Thursday morning.  FOR  SALE  HAY. FOB SALE. -Alfalfa, Timothy  and Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okamigan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  lUm-h. Mtf  FOB SALE.-At Okanagan Mission M  acrvri for &MHH,   (lll.|f cash)    Would  mako rfood ohaap farm. Centrally lo-  I'fthil on [rood rowiw. Part clijared  ready for crop, balance linht eleur-  inff. 'lood wuter tioonce, Apply .11.  Li IV rlish, Okanagan ttisaion( II.C.   5H  FOB SALE.-Suckimr pies 12.00 cnch.  (pure Berkshire nnd Berkshire-Yorkshire) also midsummer pigH. Wt.uld  exonange for voting cattle. Central  Ukutai.irun Lands Ltd. (llonmore  Kmii'li. iUtf  Great Fire at Fort George  Starting from an explosion that  rocked the town to its foundations, I  fire wiped out the entire east side of  Central avenue. Fort George, from"  Hammond to Cameron streets last  Friday morning.  The explosion is supposed to have  occurred somewhere in the neighbor  hood of the Main Hotel building,  which is flanked by a pool room  building, lighted by the gasoline sys'  tern. In the annex of the hotel wero  the boiler "oom and engine which supplied Fort George with electric light  and water power. Thc firo starting  in suoh close prosimitv to this plant.  practically wiped out all tho fire protection facilities.  Richard S pence, of Spokane, a steam  shovel man, lost his life. With thu  pumping plant destroyed, water for  fire protection was not available, and  the entire town was nt tho mercy of  thc firo fiend; nothing could be dene  to etnv tho flames. The loss is roughly estimated nt $160,000,  A NORMANDY ROMANCE  City of Kelowna  COURT OF REVISION  VOTERS' LIST, Ml ft  FOR SALE.���12 pure bred Rhode Is  lund I'ullets, good laying strain. A  H.  Johnston, Rutland. 52  TO RENT  I'O KENT.-��� Seven room houae on  Wilson avenue. Rent $12.00 per mo  Apply \Y. H. Fleming, Kelowna. Mtl  ROOMS TO BENT.���Furniahfld bedrooms or for light housekeeping,  Board if required. Mrs. Ford, Sutherland  avenue.  Phone 5201.        50-5.1  MISCELLANEOUS  HORSES    TAKEN   FOR    PASTURE  and fed hay    during winter.    Apply  Central    Okanagan   Lands or Glenmore Ranch. 43tf  WILL SACRIFICE first rate ranch  with house and orchard coming into  hearing next year. Must bo sold  immediately. Genuine buyer con  make own terms, Apply Box "0"  Record. I'M  WANTKD.���12 x lift, flv in good condition  cheap-   Apply  P.O.   Box    485.  52  LOST.���Brown Woollen Robe, near  rumor of Eli avenue nnd Pendozi  street. Finder please enquire at  Willits drug Rtore. 52-1  TLRKEYS FOB XMAS, for sale, also  a fow good breeding millets. Speak  quick. And a quantity of cabbage.  good winter feed for hens. Apply  L. (r, HayheWj Glenmore Valley 52-1  WANTEI).-lo ourbhasc 15 to 20 lay-  inn- pulhits. Write, riving description and price to Clifford G. Buck,  P.O. Box 80, Kalowna. 52  WANTED.���Would like to purchase 5  or 10 acres of irood bottom land,  (unimproved). Give price and full  particulars, with first application,  no big prices proposition. Apply  box "B" Record, , 52-!lp  INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS  Cumberland   White    Egg,    Walton   and  Brooks --train, English Penciled, $2.50 to $5  America Fawn and White, $2.50 each  Also two fine young Bronze Turkey Toms  $5 each.  Appy  Mrs. E. A. DAY, Kelowna  48-55p  LISTINGS WANTED  of beaiing orchards and fruit lnnds  from parties who are willing to trade  for prairie farms or Calgary and Vancouver revenue bearing properties.  BULMAN tt CROSS  Phone 30fl      Willits  Block  Notice is hereby given thut a Court  of. Revision will Ih> held on Thursday,  December 10th, 1914, at 10 o'clock in  the forenoon at tho Citv Clerk's office,  Bernard avenue, for the purpose of  hearing and determining any application to strike out the name of any  person which haB improperly been placed upon tho Municipal' Voter;' List,  1915, or to place on such list the  name'of anv person improperly omitted from same.  Copies of the said list will, on the  Fifth dav of December, be minted on  the door of the Council Chamber and  in the Post Office, and remain bo posted until the Bitting of the Court of  Revision.  G. II. DUNN,  Kelownn. Bf C. City Clerk  November 18th, 191-1. 52-2  SPIRELT.A CORSETS  Mra. J. FL Davies will ba at Mr.  Mathie'e (over tailor shop, Pendozi  street) between the hours of 1.30 and  fl p.m., Saturday of each week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Box 62��. Kolowna. 20tl.  Registered  Jersey Bull  MONARCH  Four-year-old. Standing for service  Glenview Dairy  Phone 2302 J. B. Fiaher  Warning  Shooting is forbidden on Cloverdate  Ranch. Any person found carrying firearms on any of my property will be pro-  .ecuted. This ia found necessary on  account of the loss of valuable ahimals  attributed to careless shooting.  48tf THOS. BULMAN  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that at the  next statutory meeting of the Board  of Licensing Commissioners for ths  Citv of Kelowna, I, Arthur Peabody.  intend to anplv for a renewal of my  licence to soil liquor by retail in the  premises known ns the Palace Hotel,  situated on the north Bide of Bernard Avenue, between Water Btreet  and Pendozi street in the City of Kelowna, B. C. 62-04  Gigantic Grocery  Sale Continues  Only a few mote day. and the aale ia over.    The following pricta wt quoit  att only a amall portion of the many value, we offer:  Choice Freth Sodat, per tin 25c  Eggo and Magic Baking Powder, 2 tint for 35c  All Cocoat, except Van Houten'a, half-pound tint...25c  Braid't bett Emprett and Exceltior Coffee, per lb. ..40c  Choice bulk Tea, reg. 40c lb., for 25c  Tickler't English Marmalade, 4-lb. tint 50c  Spider Left Green Tea, reg. 50c lb 30c  Blue Label and Snider'a Catnip, per bottle 25c  Mixed and Chow Chow Pickles, per bot 20c  Jello, 3 packages for 25c  Best Purity Flour, 98-lb. sacks ...... $3.90  Three Star Purity Flour, 98-lb. sacks. $3.50  Theee   lines ate everyday neceaailies, and why not Hock up now while  you can aave tht extra dollars 7   Our alock is going fiat.   BUY TO-DAY  Watch thit .pace ia itxt w��f k'g iirae ti I have a special  tnaonicement ta make  W. M. EDWARDS  Thi' most popular actreas in the  "movies" todftv in undoubtedly Little  Mary I'icktord. Her remarkable work  in *(.'nprioe". "In the Bishops Carriage" ond other woll kuaawn photo-  pIuvh has mude her name a household word nil the.world over. ThiB  talented little lady is now appearing  in a series of one-reel subjects at the  Operai House each week. The next  subject, "A Normandy Romance" will  lie the leaturo of a special' selected  program aan Tuesday next, when no  doubt manv iaf Mary's thousands of  admirers will be present to greet her.  Coupons will be riven away with  each mini! ticket purchased on Tues-  alnv night.    Kuuh    Coupon with     ton  DRAINAGE AND DYKING ACT  Rutland Drainage Distriot.  Notic? is hereby ariveo that *p four'  of Revision will be held at the Rutland public school, Rutland. B. ('.. at  the hour of 1 p.m., on the 16th day  of December, 1914, for the Revision of  the Hutlnnd Drainage District Assessment Roll.  (.Sed.)   Allan C. Loosemore.  Ira E. Clever  Willis T. Schell.  Commissioners.  14th November, 1914. 52-4  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 19U  cents is 'good for nn admission to the  pictures on any Monday. Wednesday  or Friday.  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS  SIZES '  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS. Limited  PHONE   -   104  .LA'i- ttmmm'mmmm+ammVmmmli+mmmi l^'tit\mSll*Gii' A HilKlLi 1*1^1*1 .4flt*fl|.Mta|fl��*dl'l^  P. BURNS & CO.  LIMITED  Kelowna  Family  Butchers  Try some of our Sausages 2 lbs. for 25c  Made in our new aanitaty sausage kitchen, which is  open for your inspection  Have you tiled one of our  Pot Roasts, selling at only 15c per lb.  Keep in mind our  Saturday Specials.   1 hey will save you money  Have our Mr. Frank Keevil call for youi t ic'ris or  PHONE 135  ^^stflfVNi.^r^^avifHSArTtvvi.-y^v ufmmAtgti\ui��iSmJmt>m^m^^ H UtflftOM l*oiflr>QiflW NJflrV*Ao��vw*t��.  Pure Hone  Good, pure, sweet, wholesome, healthy food.   Everyone should eat honey.   Ita not expensive, either  A 5-pound pail oi pure, white clover Ontario honey for only..,.$1.00  A 12 oz. glass jar of white clover  Onlario Honey for only ..20c-  This Honey comes from the best bee section of the  nrnvinra nf O����or,rt  province of Ontario  A 5 pound pail of pure Okanagan  Honey $1.25  A 12 ounce glass jar of pure Okanagan Honey 25c  The bett local comb Honey....25c  We have it in pint jars and quart jars too, and there is  no place that can produce better honey than our own  Okanagan valley  Don't forget our Dried Fruit Cash Special advertised last week at less than it can be bought wholesale  IT PAYS  to 'deal with McKenzie.  TRY IT  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Quality ft Serrics our mott*.  5 par cent. Diacount for Caah  Monthly account, nelt  Bells  Our selection of shoes  ���is   bound   to   please the most particular  trade.  *  Quality   and   Style  catch  the eye, and  their  wearing  qualities  make permanent friends.  Investigate  these  lines,  now!  Classic  Empress  Fall and Spring models  are equally handsome.  No trouble or expense I   has   been   spared   to  make these shoes right.  Superior finish and first-class materials.  Attractive prices which enable you to  have the very finest at moderate cost.  Granby Rubbers  keep  the  wet  out.  We are exclusive agents for these goods.  Hartts  Leckie*  CityK  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED


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