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 ffclototm Klttmh  .  WdWrOvrt��\  imi i ���ngiiaiiliiiiaiiiiisn  VOL IX. NO. I.  NOV gn  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1916-4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Couacil Nears Eni  of Term of Btta  Chinamen Present Peculiar Request-City Engineer Resigns  A somewhat lengthy programme  of business awaited tbe eity council nt its meeting Friday morning  last, when under the presidency of  the mayor, there waa a full attendance of aldermen.  The attention of tha council was  first directed to a deputation of  two Chinamen, whose mission  was a s6rnewhat]curious one hot  to say gruesome. Mr. Lee Bon, a  locnl Oriental merchant, introduced  his compsnion, Mah Chan, as a  representative of a Chinese organization formed for the purpose of  returning the bodies of decessed  Chinese ' to their own country.  Once every seven years, explained  Mah Chan, the remains of all  Chinamen who had died in Canada were exhumed and forwarded  to China for reinterment. Permission had already been obtained  from the provincial secretary, and  he exhibited a permit signed May  6th, 1916, In the Kelowna cemetery were interred some years ago  Leon Ming and Kwong Wah, and  aa requests had been received  from China to return the bodies of  these two men.he asked permission  from the city to have them removed.  Trie permission was granted and  the deputation withdrew.  An application for light and  water connections from Mr. H. C.  Saddon, on Royal Avenue, was referred b the committee, it being  pointed out that the granting of  these applications would necessitate extending the service mains.  A letter was read from the city  of Armstrong enclosing a resolution passed by the council of that  eity in whieh it was suggested to  the military authorities that a battalion-could be raised in the Okanagan!: with headquarters in the  valley, and requesting the co-operation of Kelowna.  The letter provoked considerable discussion, and it was apparent the council did not favor the  resolution. It was the opinion that  the district had already been  drained of men in such _ a way as  to greatly cripple farm industry, it  being pointed out that had this  autumn not been an exceptionally  dry one, thousands of dollars'  worth of produce would hsve  been lost in the Kelowna district,  through the impossibility of securing labor te harvest it. It was  decided to communicate with one  of the larger coast cities suggesting  tbe expediency of passing s resolution in favor of a form of conscription which would raise the  required number of men for the  army in those districts where the  absence of such men would not  seriously affect the local supply of  labor or the business of the country at large.  ,        Powerhouse Engineer Resigns  A brief letter was read from Mr.  S. D. Colquette, chief engineer _ at  tbe city power house, tendering  his resignation to take effect thirty  'days from November 7th.  Aid. Duggan, chairman of the  Ligbt and Water committee, stated  that he had spoken to Mr. Colquette on the matter, and as he  could not reconsider his resignation the committee had accepted  it and caused advertisements to be  placed in the papers calling for  applications for the position.  On the motion ot Aid. Duggan  seconded by Aid. Sutherland, a  resolution was passed : " That this  council desires to place on record  their high appreciation of the very  eflicient services of S D. Colquette  during the time he has been chief  engineer of the Water and Light  department, and regrets to learn  that he has tendered his resignation."  Mayor Jones suggested that some  additional protection should be  afforded to the city's books and  records in case of fire. This was  approved of and the Finance committee were authorized to purchase  an additional safe.  Aid. Harvey suggested that aa  all the members of the eouncil  were present, a final answer should  be forwarded to Messrs. P. DuMou-  Local Wedding Creates  Great Interest  The wedding took place yesterday noon at the Knox Presbyterian  church, of Mr, Fred Pedlar to Miss  Frances A. Pearson, L.R.A.M. As  bath  bride and  bridegroom are  Stominent in local musical circles,  le service was of a musical character, the choir being present. Mr.  H. Todd Boyd presided at the or-  San, and as the bride entered the  eautiful strains of the Bridal  March from " Lohengrin" filled  the church, the Wedding March  being played at the close of the  ceremony in the customary manner.  The bride was attired in a pretty  white ninon dress, trimmed with  lace, and carried a bouquet of pink  carnations. Miss Jenny Stephens  attended as bridesmaid, and looked radiant in n dress of blue crepe  de chene, while the little flower  girl, Miss Doris Leathley, was really charming. The best man was  Mr. Drury Pryce.  After the ceremony a reception  was held at the house, aud later in  the afternoon the happy pair left  for the Mission where they caught  the boat for the south, proceeding  to the coast via the Kettle Valley  Railway. The bride and bridegroom were the recipients of numerous handsome and useful presents from their many friends.  A reception will be held at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Pedlar at  100, Graham Street, on Thursday,  December 7th.  lin and J. F. Burne in regard to  their inquiry respecting the taxes  on the lot at the north-east corner  of the city park. The clerk was  instructed to reply that the council  could not discontinue taxing the  property in question nor rebate  the taxes already levied against the  same. The suggestion had been  made that tha city suspend the enforcement of tax payments for the  present and allow the amount accumulated to apply on the purchase price of the lot for the eity  park at some future time.  - Aid. Duggan inquired as to the  intentions of the city in respect to  the appointment of a night watchman. As the end of the year was  approaching, however, it was decided to leave this question for the  incoming council to dispose of.  In reply to a suggestion made  by Aid. Millie at a previous meeting that the two pumps at the  power house be connected together  as an additional precaution in case  of fire, Aid. Duggan reported that,  to place such a gate valve between  the; two pumps would cost approximately $130, and as the time during which it would be necessary  to use it would not average more  than about two hours in twelve  months, it was questionable as to  whether it would be worth while  installing under present conditions.  He also stated that there was a  new angle valve which might be  exchanged for the gate valve when  it was deemed advisable to make  the change. The eouncil decided'  not to have the work done at present.  Aid. Millie applied for and received a grant of $45 with which  to make certain repairs in the Fire  Hall.  Aid. Millie also asked for permission to have the gasoline fire  engine repaired at an estimated  cost of $50 to $75 and to purchsse  ten rubbet suits for the firemen  He was requested to secure written tenders for repairing the fire  engine and also to furnish further  information regarding the suits.  With reference to the marking  of file hydrants in order to render  them distinguishable at night, Aid  Millie reported that the Fire Brigade had decided to erect a board  painted with white and red in order to ascertain whether such  boards would make satisfactory  marks.  Aid. Sutherland pointed out that  in view of the additional work  which had devolved upon the city  clerk in connection with the Patriotic Fund, the auditor had recommended that the clerk be given  additional clerical assistance during the month of December when  municipal work was particularly  heavy.  The clerk was authorized to obtain the necessary assistance.  County Court Holds  Session in Kelowna  Case of Special Interest to Farmers Brought Before Court  Sessions oi the County Court- were  commenced last Friday morning in  the Provincial oourt house, under His  Honour, Judge Swanson, and several  important oases wen up lor hearing,  in addition to a large amount ol  'chamber work".  CASE AGAINST JONES DISMISSED  The first\on*a to besetted upon tho  opening oi tha oourt Friday morning  waa that of Has v. C. W. Jones, who  bad. been caminittudi, Irom tbe local  pone, court for trial on a oliurge ol  obtaining money *i>y false pretanses,  tbe case arising out of the sal. of a  cow at an auction of Jonas' goods oa  Saturday, November 1th.  As already reported, tbe purchaser  of the cow, W. L. Chapman, of East  Kelowna, gava bis oheoue at ths sale  for tha purchase price of 190, but on  reaching \home with the cow he discovered that she was Buffering from  a disease of the'throat which prevented bar from; eating.and drinking. On  th. Monday' morning he brought the  cow baok to town, and endeavored ,to  stop payment oi bi��!obec_ue a. the  bank. Jonas, however, had already  cashed the ohojfie and left ior Summer  d, whan he was arrested on a  warrant and brought black to Kelowna  Mr. W. H. D. Ladner, of Vomon,  proeecuted on, behalf of tha.Crowns  while Mr. E. C. Weddell defended.,  Attar hearing'the testimony of witnesses and going over the evidence en  both sides. Hia Honour said he had  no hesitation in dimitsinfl ths case.  He said as believed that Mr. Jones  had acted with no lishonect intention,  and it waa very unfortunate thai  erimiaal proceedings had bean taken  Ths saaa .waa one for a civil action if  nr-  SUED FOB PHICB OF CAB OF  TOMATOES  Ia an notion brought uy ths (Acid  sntal Fruit Co., oi Kelowna, aguiust  Messrs. Geo. Vipoad & Co., oi Winni  peg, to recover the pries of a isr o)  tomatoes whisk Bad been nhippid <o  aad refused by the latter, :h�� pain-  tigs wen rsfrnsntsd by Mr. fi. 0.  WeddeH,   while Mr. W. H. ft Leaner  Mr. Hembler Paul Pas-   speciicoiar nre at w  ses Away at Edmonton       "^  The plainSifis claimed that ia ths  tatter part ol September ��ney had  a contract with a Mr. Harold,  representing Messrs. Vipoad, to deliv-  er to than fivo cars' of .tomatoes. 1 wo  can hadibeaa scat and paid (or, bvt  denmdento had refused to tuke delivery  of thc third. Thar, was a counted  claim from Messrs. Vipond to' Beany  11000 due to loss thro igh tlrruirgb tbo  alleged condition of thetn-i'S"  which, they .'aimed, j�� .(..ted by  a fungous d:��eri*��. PUintiffs mam  tained that ths tomatoes wen quite  good, and had\beon inspected ��� and accepted by Mr. Haloid on bebaU ��ot Us  firm. Witnesses for th. plaintiffs were:  Messrs. Lao Hayes, manager for the  Oooidentael Frultl Co., Ben Hoy, distriot fruit lnsperaor, T. W. 8. (Taylor  end Barnard.y Ths evidence'ot witnesses for tbe defendants had been *ak  en under commisaioa at Winnipeg and  was handed in writing. His Honour  reserved judgment.  CANNERY SUES GROWER FOR  BREACH OF CONTRACT  The oan which excited most losal  interest was,'one in which -he Western  Canners, Ud., nnd T. W. ". I'aylor,  a local grower, for bfsachof contract  This aontract, it waa atlegei, rrpulr-  ed him to deliver all his tomatoes to  the cannery, whereashe bad fold the  bulk oi his crop to other parties. The  Cannery Co., in suing lor 11,1100 damages, 'stated that they nnd dono so in  order to dblainiv deeiaiom which ��ould  demonstrate that their contracts onoe  made must be lived up to. Mr. II. B.  Kerrappeared on behalf o the \Mern  Connors, while Mr. W. H. D. Ladner  represented defendant.  The can was a long one "id occupied mostol the Saturday.  The contract, upon which the plan-  tiff company based their claim, staled  that defendant agreed to deliver lhe  whole of the tomatoes grown upon his  land, approximately eight acres, to  the cannery. Only a portion of the  had beandeoWsnd.the rest  So    ofchelt shippirJir etxaoerns in  Notable Resident's Body Will  Be Interred Tomorrow Locally  The hand |of death, which has  been busy amongst Kelowna's old  people this (all, has claimed one  of its most picturesque figures in  the person of Rembler Paul, who  at the advanced age of 85, passed  away last Saturday at Edmonton'  whither he had gone to spend the  winter. The newt came in a telegram early this week, along with  the announcement that the remains  were being brought to Kelowna  (or interment.  The news was not altogether  unexpected, (or weight of .ears  has pressed heavily upon the old  gentleman (or some time past, and  signs have not been wanting that  he was approaching the end of  hia alloted span. That he fully  realized this himself was evident  from his last letters, which contained hints that unmistakably  foreshadowed his early death.  For manv years the patriarchal  figure of Mr. Rembler Paul has  been a (amiliar sight upon the  streets of the city, though of late  the feebleness of age had compelled him to rely more and more  upon his horse and rig for conveyance as he passed too and fro,  busy to the last with the cares of  his extensive property interests.  Could the story of his life be  written in detail it would make a  romantic tale. His restless energy  and passion for " trading " have  led him into an almost astonishing  variety of enterprises, and in nearly all of them his keen insight and  natural shrewdness have brought  him through successfully and added to the store of wealth of  which he has amassed a considerable amount.  He was born in. Montreal of  English, parents, later moving to  Toronto where his father had an  extensive practise ss a veterinary  surgeon! He studied this profession |under his father for many  years, and the knowledge thus acquired and a natural fondness for  stock has often stood him in good  stead. In a horse trade he was a  veritable David Harum, and it is  sale to say that that fictitious character took no more keen delight  in a dicker than did Mr. Paul.  As a boy he was apprenticed as  a printer, but this was too slow for  him altogether and after a year of  " type slinging" he deserted that  calling for ever.  His wanderings have taken him  into manv parts of the Dominion,  and at different periods he has  been miner, prospector, coal merchant, farmer and land speculator.  It was his delight twlien he could  get a good listener to spin yarns  ot his journeys before the days of  the railroad, and when the country was only thinly settled.  In nearly all of these wanderings  (or over (orty years past his constant companion has been Mr. Sy-  monds, who msy still be seen taking care of the gardens which  surround Mr. Paul's residence on  Bernard Avenue. In 1882 the two  made an adventurous journey  from Toronto to Edmonton, where  they staked out several timber and  coal claims.  On Sunday, evening last in a  spectacular wheh could be seen  for miles arqiind, the hadsome  residence of the Anderson family  on the K. L. O. bench was burnt  to the ground. Mr. F. O. Anderson  and his sister were out visiting at a  friend's house about half a mile  awav at the time, and the (ire must  have been burning some time before anyone noticed it. When they  did arrive on the scene the whole  building was in a mass of flame  and it was impossible to save  even the smallest thing. The home  was a large and fine one, and was  built onlytwo or three years  ago. The loss is estimated at $7000  to $8000 and is largely covered by  insurance. ��� .,���  Hospital Jumble Sale  Proves Popular Event  Whilst Dollar Day Turns Out  to Be Unqualified Success  Results of Orchard and  Onion Competitions -  There were not as many entries in the  orchard competition tins year a. lost, but  as the score indicates the competition wa.  very close:���  R. A. Bartholomew    84J  G. A. Melville     85}  D.Duncan   78  R. F. Nalder 8I|  W. D. Hobson  82  R. Smith   861-4  W.Spencer     82!  R. M. Hart 83  C. R. Reed  87  The onion competition was a very successful one from the view.point of the  judge. Competition was close and there  were some large yields of excellent qual.  ity onions:���  W.H.Fleming     951  M. Hereron  87J  C. Marty  82  T. W. S. Taylor  94  A. Reid    89  Kinnear  811  Casor��o Bros. ** ,   , 971  S. T. Elliott  92  the city.  Mr.D. Leokie, president ol the Cannery  only one of many where tomatoes  stinted in his evidencethat the case waa  had been sold aemi-ripein breach di  the agreement, and that tin Cannery  /ad Buffered heavy losBat the beginning of the oanmngseason through a  shortagethus caused, and that they  had been una lie to put up anything  like tbb pack whioh I they nad contracted to sell.  Witnesses for theplaintifis were Men-  srs.Ritobie, Patterson, Leokie, Groves,  Wm. Harvey, I,. Hayes, G. Rowcliffe,  For fhe defence it was olaimed that  Mr. Taylor had not contracted for the  whole of whofeof his oatput, Jut had  allotted aoertain portion of his land  to the cannery, and wis free to ship  from other portions where he wished.  It ya. further claimed that one of the Director, of the cannery had inspected the  Und and agreed to such allotment. Thia  was denied. His Honour reserved hi.  decision.  Before coming to Kelowna which  was about ten years ago, Mr. Paul  was engaged in an extensive coal  business in Regina, where he held  control of the supply of anthracite  coal and from which he amassed  a considerable fortune. He also  had large holdings of land south of  Regina which he farmed until he  eventually sold out at a good  profit.  When he came to Kelowna it  was with the intention of retiring,  but his instinct for trading was too  strong to be thus laid aside, and  he was soon in it as thick as ever,  and included in his estate is much  of the most valuable property in  the city and district.  One of his later hobbies was the  laying out of the extensive grounds  surrounding his handsome residence in Kelowna, and with the  help of his old friend he has lav.  ished a great amount of care upon  them.  It is now two and a half years  since the death of Mrs. Paul, after  over fifty years of married life  They had only qne son Samuel G.  Paul who also I has been dead  some seven years. Mrs. Paul, jnr,,  predeceased her husband by twelve  years, aad their three sons, grandsons of Mr. Rembler Paul, are the  only surviving descendants. Two  of them, Reginald and Lisle, are  at present with the overseas forces.  The former left the North-West  Mounted Police to join the Canadian contingent after having previously served three years in the  American army. Lisle, who enlisted in Regina, is no* lying in hospital wounded in England. Robert  is in Kelowna. The only other  relatives are a daughter-in-law, the  second wife of S. G. Paul, who resides with her brother, Mr. Henry  Hill, at the Mission, and a nephew  Mr. Edward Wright, of Chicago. ���  The casket containing the remains of the deceased gentlemen  arrived on Wednesday's boat, and  the funeral is arranged to take  place Fridav morning at 10.30.  Interment will take plaee in the  family vault which was built by  Mr. Paul on his property about  three miles north of Kelowna, overlooking the lake. It was there that  Mrs. Paul was buried. After a  service at the residence the coffin  and funeral party will be conveyed by barge from the ferry wharf.  The Jumble Sale of Saturday last  will benefit the Kelowna Hospital  to the extent of about $300.  Though this result falls short of  that achieved last year, yet in the  absence of any organized campaign for gatheing material for the  sale, and under present conditions  there is every reason to be gratified  with ihe showing made.  Goods began to come in fast on  Saturday morning and soon the  atore on Pendozi street, began to  asume the appearanc of a miniature agricultural show, with a second hand store and junk shop  thrown in. Poultry, fruir and potatoes formed a strong feature of lhe  collection, and the tables were  covered with a miscellaneous collection "too numerous to mention".  In a crate in one corner grunted a  fine young live porker, no doubt  atari..ed 'at the fate of his younger  brother who lay lifeless and  "dressed" near by.  As before Mr. J. C. Stockwell  kindly gave his services as an auctioneer. Practically everything was  sold and some good prices were  realized.  The sum of $68 was realized by  the pony presented by Messrs.  Casorso Bros, which was drawn  for in the evening. The luck fell to  Mr. J. F. Fumerton with the winning number 315. As he generously gave back the pony to the Hospital, it is still for sale, and will  bring a further sum of mony for  the cause when disposed of.  A white horse sent up from  Gellatly's made $10 in tickets, and  was also returned by the winner  Mr. T. Roberts. Still another horse  was given by Mr.Grote Stirling,  but was pot sold, so that the Hospital cimmittee has now three  animals to dispose of.  All day the town presented an  unusually busy appearance and  several of the merchants had  reason to be well pleased with  the results of "Dollar Day".  Tea was serve in the Kelowna  Furniture Cos store, and the  proceeds from this amounted to  $27.  The six-monthly statement of lhe  Kelowna branch of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund will be published in  the local press as soon after  November 30th as possible. Will  those country contributors, who  are in arrear, kindly assist the com-  ittee by getting in touch with Mr.  J. R. Beale, of Kelowna, who will  be glad to furnish all necessary  information.  The a'teration of the old  Lequime store into a moving picture theatre is being carried out  this week. A brick addition is being built to the front which will  form an entrance way wilh space  above to carry the projecting  machine. A moving picture  machine and a large number of  opera chairs has already arrived  and it is probable that next week  Mrs. Raymer will be able to make  some definite announcement regarding the date of opening.  The regular meeting of the Board  of Trade has been postponed until  Tuesday next, the 28th. The  meeting promises to be an interesting one as Mr. E. R. Bailey is to  open a discussion on the " Local  Labor Problem for 191 7," a matter which should be given serious  attention if great loss is to be avoided next year. Several of the larger  larmers and employers of labor in  the district are expected to take  part in the discussion.  On Sunday last there pased away  at Ellison, at the age of 69 yeats,  Mrs Margaret WiUon Booth, wife  of Alexander Booth, farmer, of lhat  district. Death followed an attack  of pneumonia and general decline,  Mrs. Booth who had been resident  of the district for three years past,  was a native of Aberdeenshire,  Scotland, and was highly respected  by all. The funeral took place at the  Kelowna cemetery yesterday morning, the Rev: T. Griffiths of Rutland, officiating. PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 23rd, 1'Jlfi.  READ  THIS  YY/k quote below a few  pi ices on slaple groceries which should appeal  to the   economical buyer  Peanut Butter. A new shipment, fresh from the mill  at per lb. 25c  Fresl) Bulk Mincemeat, as  good as any home-made  variety per lb. 25c  Sulphur Blenched Sultana  Raisins per Ib. 20c   J  New cleaned Currants, selling  for 2 pl<gs. 35c.  Shell Walnuts and shell Al-  nioiids. Fresh stock. Per  lb 60c  Three pounds specially blended Coffee  $1  I In'ee pounds Ceylon Tea $1  Wethey's Condensed Mince.  meat   per pkg. 15c  Brunswick Sardines..4 tins 25c  Rainbow Salmon (halfs)i  Three tins  25c  Rainbow Salmon (ones).  IWi tins   25c  Flesh Codllsh One pound  tins 20c  Best Siam Rice 4 lbs. 25c  Cood Eating Apples, No. 2's,  Mcintosh or Jonathan Apples  Box7Ec  KELOJaZNH RECORD  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  6&E>  CAMPBw.  GROCER  Keller Block Phone 30  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given, tl.ai nt the nex  statutory meeting of the Bonr'd of Licensing  CommietBionera tor the City <'f Kelowna, 1,  Arthur Peabody, intend to apply for a renewal of my licence to sell liquor by retail  in the premises knnu-nnsihr Palace Hotel,  situnted on tlie N"��ith side of Bernard  Avenue, between Water Street and Pendozi Street, in the City of Kelowna, B.C.  Dated November 15th, 1916. 52-4  :WWccCCc��^2C��^^3^  Admiral  Jellicoe  looks for  Canadians  The Royal Naval  Canadian  Volunteer Reserve  Overseas Division  will enrol 2000 men of good  character and good physique  for immediate service overseas,  in the British Navy.  Pity $1.10 per day nnd up  Separation allowance $20.00 monthly  Free Kit  Forfurth."- Particulars apply to  The    Nearest   Naval  R^^raiting Station  or to  th��  Department of   the  Naval Service, Ottawa.  That tbe pr*aent system oHfiw signals as it means of:making 'known thfl  local ton'of a fire leaves muoh to b��  ��� desired in point of clearness and defln-  | itenesa hn3 no doubt jbetft felt by  ] everybody. So fur us the business  ; Section of the city is concerned tbe  signals are not too bud, but outside  of that the areas Included, in the present lire districts are so largo that a,  knowledge of any particular one in  practically no, guide* to the wnjere-  abouts of the fire. For Instance, the  syren may sound some day followed  by four whistles, meaning that the fire  is over the Crock. Now (to say a fire  is ovor tho Creek is not \ a very l?n-  Hjfhtfinlng statement, and no start can  be made by the Brigade or anyone  concerned until more definite information is sent in,. Thus much valuable  lime is often lose. The same objection  applies to district No. '���>, which is all  the eity lying east of Ellis street and  north of the (Veek.  It would at first Seem difficult to  further subdivide tho city without in-  fYodiioipff a complicated and confusing  system'of numbers. That it is possible, however, to do so, and to make  for oven still greater simplicity and  directness than at present, is shojwn  in u suggestion made hy Mr. D.  I.eokie. The accompanying map, while  very rough lone, will servo to indite to anyone familiar with the city  I just what the proposed system is.  lhe idea is to divide the eity into  four belts running north and south,  the boundaries being Ellis street (run-  ing into Pendozi sereet as it goes  south), Ttichter street, Ethel street,  and the Government road. Three divisions are then made from oast tq west  the dividing lines being Bernard avenue and Mill creek. This cuts up tho  city into twelve very convenient districts. The system of signalling by  means-1 of combinations of the syron  and steam whistle is very ingenious,  and will l>o readily understood by  nsulting- the map. The* syren in  used to indicate the belts running  north and south by s means of one,  two, three, ond four blasts, counting  from fnearest the lake. The whistle  gives (he divisions, east and west  One whistle would be all the district  north, of liernatd avenue, two whistles  bjetween there and the Creek, apd three  whistles over thj; I'roek. Thus sup  a lire occurred' between Riohter street  and Ethel street north, three syrens  and one whistle would give a very  close indication of the locality. Oi  say the tire occurred on Harvey avenue, between Ethel'street and the Government road, then four syrens and  two whistles would give it. This district, it will be noticed,-is numbered  42, the lirst figure donotinc the number of syrens,\apd the latter the number of whistles. This system of'numbering m carried 'out in every cose  and oould (hus be very easily memorized.  The scheme has much to recommend  it, and we leave it to the consideration of our readers.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  *BH PREPARED"       Kelowna    Iru   p  Troop First;   Self 1 ��c  Edited by   Pioneer.        November -1st.  Orders by command for week ending  December 2nd, 11)16.  DUTIES:���Orderly I'atrol for week,  Curlews; next for duty,  I3aghs.  PARADES: ��� The Otters, Eagles,  Wood-pigeons, and Heavers will parade  at the Club-room on Tuesday, Xovem-i  ber 28th, at 7.15 p.m. The Wolves,  Curlews, and ivangaroos will parade  at the same time and place uti Wednesday, November 2i)th, The combin-'  ed Troop will parade at thu same  place on Saturday, December 'Jnd, at  2.30 p.m.  The WOLF CUBS will parade at tho  old wooden school-bouse on Friday,  November 1st, at 7 p.m. There will,  also bo a parade oi the proposed. Wolf  Cubs at tho sumo time and place on  e'riduy of this week. We say "proposed" Wolf Cubs because on last Friday  only one boy turned up. Wo thought  there were a great many boys in the  town who wci'o very anxious to have  a Pack formed in, Kelowna. I'orhaps  they did not receive sufficient notice,  but in nature it will be well fur them  to road the notices in this column  q\ cry week as soon as the paper is  published.  The attendance of the Troop at the  Saturday parades is becoming very  lav, and Patrol Leaders will please  look into tho reusons for so many absences from their Patrols each Saturday. On every Saturday on which  there may be skating you may fairly  safely assume that the Troop will go  skating, but that does not entitle a  real Scout to go oil on an expedition  oi his own without reporting ut the  Parade at all. We do not think a  real Scout would, but we are now endeavoring to soift out the real Scouts  from the wearers oi the uniform simply.  celebrated their anniversary on October 27th with a "bun feed" which  gave satisfaction to all parties. A  line programme was arranged and carried out in the style for which Soy-  mour is noted, and consisted as follows: Swqaring in qf Tenderfoots, bas-  ket-Jball g'rtme, blindfold .boxing, "band  selection, edibles (that means a bun  struggle), general tulute, 'God save  the King.' The boys' parents and  brothers and sisters turned out in  force, also their cousins and.their  'awnte.' [Editor's note.���My word I  wo hope Seymour is not trying to  spring any of that sort of gtuffl  A'wnts!��� iust over. eh?1. Starting to-  nijlit the Troop %i.U carry on a patrol  sj ectali/ing system, each patrol taking  its own special subject for training.  Tho 'Scoutmaster, Ti. D. Thomas, is  ir /ing bis full enemies to the development of the Troop, and under this  system    will   surely,   make great pro-  ELGIN  Wrist Watches  FOR MEN  jl'i Nickel, Silver, Gold Filled or  ] Silver Military Cases. With lurri-  I inous dial if desired -- the darker  J the 11ij^ltt. th<* clearer do the  f figures show.  On Saturday of this week wc have  hurled a challenge at nn aggregation  J hockey celebrities known as the  "Bankers" for a mutch. Several of  our stars work on Saturday afternoons, so lhat we are beginning to  think that we have undertaken a big  tiling. S.Af. Keown is in a quandary  us to the attitude he should take tn  connection with/ the approaching con-  (lict, being both a Scout and a Banker; whether he should pursue a course  of bonevolent neutrality, submarine  activity, or openly side with one of  the contestants. Tn the meantime he  is in touch with President Wilson, King  'lino, and Teddv Tloosefelt, nnd we  hope the latter gentleman's influence  will prevail. All our hockey players  will please, pay particular attention to  the physical jerks part of I heir dally  piogrammo from now on until Satur-  | day.  take the following from the  Province "Scouts' HUty Bog.'  is published by that paper  Friday:���'The  Seymour Troop  We  Daily  which  every  The doited line roughly repi ;ecnti the Mill Creek.  Four  41  Ethel .Shed  Thr  31  Richter Street  Tv  Ellis Street  21  On  W.M. PARKER & CO.  Casorso Block  Phone 270  i KELOWflA-WEST  BANK  STEAM FERRY  Regular scheduled seivice now  in operation as follows :   ���  I .eaves Kolowna 9 a.m. 3.30 p.m.  ���    Westbank 9.30 a.m , 4 p.m.  EXTRA SERVICE ON  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY  I.cboch Kelotcna II a.m.  I.eaouH Wcatbanl: II.U0 a.m.  TERMS  CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  Phone 108 or Phone 100  Lake  St20,0ll0    worth of damago wns done  in a hig fire a frw days ago at North  Shore,   Vancouver,   where   the   North  Western Canneries have thoir plant.   O   A hip Yorkshire ostate near Hull  Hull has been taken over h) tho British government and will he divided up  into small farms for ea soldiers, A  central farm of 200 acres will! b,�� part  of the scheme, nnd here Instruction  will h_ given to {he iaexperienoed. Cooperative methods will be employed in  the ownership ol implements and disposal ol produW.  Broken Windows  Are Expensive  ' Now thnt the. cold weather is coming  on it is real economy to have all broken panes mnde good. It means less  fuel to burn, greater comfort, and  fewer doctor's hills.  We. carry a targe   stock of glass and  can mend windows on short notice.  Storm Sash  will add much to the comfort of your  home during the winter months.  Furniture,  Fruit  Ladders,  Sash and Doors  REPAIR WORK AND JOBBING  S. M. Simpson  {One door south of Fireball.    Phone 312  I  WANTED  Three Tons of White Potatoes; and  Five Tons of  Small Pickling Onions,  well cured  Cash on delivery for sound stock  Occidental Fruit Compy., Ltd. - Ellis Street  ^_,  h-  I  H GROCERIES  TOE  TRY THEM  J  WHEN you use our pure Groceries just one week  you will realize what you've missed in the past;  and after that, we will supply you with your daily grocery  needs. Start TO-DAY to buy your Groceries from -us.  T Iiey will be the BEST and COST you less because we  sell for CASH. \������ ,.'.... _  This Season's New Goods  Sultana Raisins, Shelled Almonds and Walnuts, English Peels,  Batgers' Finest Preserved Peel, cut ready for use, saves labor  aid ' no   waste,   Wethey's   Mincemeat, Choice New   Orleans  Molasses, in 2s and I0s, Table Figs,  5. I.f-riaing Pancake Flour " Pure Maple Syrup  Boneless Cod, in 2-pound bricks  35c Bottles of choice Sweet  Pickles.    Saturday only.'*..!.."..'. 25c  45c Bottles of O-T, a, delicious drink.    Saturday only..  25c  35c Glass.Jars of Chivr's Assorted Jams. Saturday only.. 25c  Large Bottles of nice fresh Horse  Radish.   Saturday only.. 30c  We are receiving almost daily shipments of the very choicest Groceries, and you will find our stock very complete.  Full line of Neilson's Chocolate Bats.  CROCKERY SPECIALS  ���ft dozen Fancy Cups and:Saucers .......$l.l5  2 Soup Bowls(extra heavy) v'.. 25c  _-dozen Glass Tumblers....  30c  _:dozen Fancy Sauce Dishes  75c  _-dozen Glass Berry Dishes  50c  One Large Fruit Dish....... ;  50c  it  Classic" Shoes for Ladies j  Z^vUR shipment of these dressy Shoes is now  in  stock���they    I  ^-^ are the latest'in shoedom��� and   we  have kept the price    [j  down to ensure quick selling.    We invite you to see them then  you will buy them. ���'.'���' ���'������     :"     :!*.!. .....  Mens Wear  Heavy Coiduroy Pants,  very special. Pi ice. $3.75  Heavy Wool Underwear.  Per suit  $2.85  Natural Wool Und.rwear  (unshrinkable). Per garment... $1.25  Lumbermen's Rubbers,  Sox, Larrigans, Overshoes  &c, all at our usual low  prices.  Dry Goods  The Allies Wool Blankets,  size 70 x 60, assorted  colors.   Price $4.50  Blanket Cloth,.in assorted  stripes, 54 inch..$2.50 yd.  English 6c Canadian Flannelettes in plain & fancy,  I2jc up to 25c yard.  House Dresses, in Cham-  brys and Prints  $1.25 and $1.50  Small Wares  Hornite Combs,. 10c Shell Hair Pins, in packages of half-  <Ioien, 15c.   "Keronyx" Dressing Combs, non-inflammable, 25c  Nice assortment of Barrettee, Back Combs, Side Combs and  Hair,Ornaments,   Hand Bags, Ladies' Collars, 6tc.  Ecru Silk and Crochet Cotton and full range of colors in  Silkine.  Repeat orders of Winter Underwear, Sweater Coats, Hosiery, Toques, Gloves, &c, are coming, to hand daily. Very little  change in the prices.  I  J. F. FUMERTON & CO.  THE CASH STORE ������ It Pay�� to Pay Ca��h "  Regular Delivery Hours:  Morning���9.30 and 11 ;   Afternoon���3 and 5  J  -1 THUBSDAT, NOYIKBSB 3bd, 1916.  KKLOWVA   KJtCOlD  fAOI xSftW  Crt^^t^  New Wool  Sweaters.....  1V4ANY styles and -colours are  now hare in new hand machine made Sweaters. Make your  selection while the showing is at  its best.  Corduroy Velvets This Week,?5c  CPECIAL values in Corduroy Velvets are being offered  this week in shades of Navy, Brown, Green, Saxe,  Grey, Sand and White.. This comes 27. inches wide in  good quality cord, worth now as much as 95c yard." This  week - . - -     75c yard  Phone 361  Kelowna  Ready For Business  In Our New Store  After an interval of disorganization caused by the recent  fire we are now getting things into shape once more, and  onr new store is filling up with a splendid new stock of  Stationery/Fancy Goods,  Pipes, Tobaccos, Books, Toys,  Leather Goods  ' making a range of  Christmas Presents  in the newest and latest designs which cannot be beaten  Come and look over our LENDING LIBRARY which  has a complete new stock of books .   ,  CRAWFORD & CO.  Keller Block  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors .Windows Shingles  Price, eight. .    Dalhrarr prompt.      Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LL.OYD.JONES ��� .      '       - Managing-Director  Do Not  Procrastinate!  Buy your winter  stock of  ��� ��� ������  Blankets, Eiderdown  Qyilts and Bedding  Requirements NOW  ��� ���' We have a large stock purchased before the war which we are selling at the  old prices.  Kelowna Furniture Company  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  ,  Mr. Turnbull is in town this week  from the prairie,visiting his mother.  The regular English church service will be held in the Presbyterian church, Rutland, next Sunday,'  at 3 p.m.  Mr. James Jenson and family  came in from Alberta last Week  and will probably settle in the dia  trict.  J. B. Knowles' twelfth annual  watch guessing contest will be  held on Saturday, December 16th  A $25 gold watch will be given  away.    N,o charge for guessing.  Owing _b the crowded condition  of some of the rooms in the public  school it has been found necessary  to secure another teacher for the  junior department to commence  duties after the Christmas holidays.  The Mason-Risch Co are busy  fitting up new showrooms vto'the  rear of Crawford's new store in  the Keller Block and have already  received a full line of pianos and  musical goods. ��� .���;.������-  The Mission Band of therMetho  dist church held a concert 1 lies  day evening last, to which a good  audience listened. The children  gave a very creditable perform  ance, showing careful training.  "Woman's Work and its Recent  History in the New World," will  be the subject discussed at. the  meeting of the Equal Franchise  League next week, probably opened by the secretary. The meeting  will be received by Mrs. H. Pit-  cairn, Abbott Street, at 8 o'clock  Thursday evening, November 30  All visitors are welcomed.    . _  A welcome gift which has just  been made by the provincial government to the Jocal school board  Will greatly ' assist in beautifying  the school grounds. It consists of  a large shipment of trees, shrubs  and flowering perennials which  will be heeled in or taken care of  for planting next spring,  A large shipment of the new  stock ot Messrs. Crawford & Co.  arrived this week and is being unpacked and placed on the shelves'  The old salvage stock was removed last week to James' old store on  Pendozi Street and for some time  the place was besieged by bargain  hunters. A large quantity of books  were partly damaged by fire and  water, and' from the eagerness  with which these were snapped  up one might judge something of  the public's thirst for reading matter. . Saturday next, the 25th, will  be the last day of , the sale. Mr.  Crawford states that he will  ready in a few days with a fine  new stock Fof Christmas goods  which will be absolutely iip-to  date and fresh.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for aU classes  of work  Only a few days, more for  your Christinas Photo for  the Old .Country.  New assortment of  Christmas Cards  with Local Views  Don't forget we frame Pictures for Christmas  Hudson, Stocks & Co.  Phone 199  Mr. and Mrs. DeHart were passengers Tuesday for Vancouver.  Mr. E. Hill left Monday on a visit  to the coast.  Miss Procter, niece of Mr. Drys-  dale, left yesterday for Ottawa.  ' Mrs. Viddler left for England  yesterday, where her husband is in  training with the overseas forces.  Mrs. Frank Frazer was a visitor  in town over the week end, re  turning to VernoriJMonday'.  The Kelowna Implement Company, Ltd., are selling.all kinds of  first-class horse blankets and harness at less than current wholesale  prices. '  At the invitation of Mr. & Mrs  Patterson, the Baptist congregation  will spend a social evening at their  home on the Mission road, next  Thursday evening.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Ladies' Hospital Aid will be  held in the Board of Trade rooms,[  Monday, November 27th, at 3 p.m.  It is hoped there will be a large at  tendance.  Reserve Saturday, afternoon, the  if6th of December' for the novelty  sale and tea,', to be given by the  " Twigs " of the Red.Cross'branch,  In Morrison's hall. Please" leave  any donations of cakes, candy, Sic,  at J. B. Knowles' store.  The Chancel Guild of St. Mi.  chael and All Angels will hold its  annual sale of useful and dainty  articles suitable for Christmas pre.  sents on Saturday; December 2nd.  in the parish hall, (old church), at  3 p/ijlock. ,,  Tax-payers who are anxious to  get in the Voters'List for 1917 are  reminded that all holders of prop,  erty under agreement., of sale must  must register at the city office on  or befor the 3Qth of .this, month, at  5 p.m. Only registered names ure  retained on the, list from ;year to  year. ,v. .-.. '"'{".  ' An alarm of fire was turned in  Monday afternoon about 5.30 p.m  from Sam Lee's laundry onJAb  bott street, a defetiye chimney having started a fire in the roof. When  the brigade arrived, however* the  blaze had already been extinguish  ed by ' the. chinamen themselves,  who, it appears, are equipped, with  hose and a stand-pipe to do -their  own fire-TJgkting. '���������       -   . - '��������"  Crawford'e sale of books brought  to ligh' what, may bean interesting  document to someone in town, in  the shape of a letter addressed to  Mr- ot'Mrs: j: Dickenson,  V , 2 K Beech Grove,'  Pollard Lane,  ���i- Undercliffe, Bradford  Yorks, England,  whioh had apparefitly been placed  in a library book ready for mailing  and forgotten. The letter is about  three years old and can be claimed  at the Record office, otherwise we  shall affix the extra cent stamp and  fprward it���a little late.  J. GALBRAltH  Plumber and Steam Fitter  P.O. Box 81.     Phone 5705  Kelowna, B.C.  Cigarettes j Tobacco  For the Soldier Boys  For ONE DOLLAR we will have mailed to any soldier in England, Belgium  or France your choice of one of the  following parcels���  200 Players Cigarettes  or  100 Players Cigarettes and  J-lb. Capstan Tobacco  or  I pound Capstan Tobacco  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUQG1STS  Phone 19 Kelowna, B.C. *|  S��K8SC8��8aG��ffiOKeSC����e:<  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  In our Implement Department will be found a  complete and varied stock of  Feed Cuttefcs Root Pulpers  Sleighs and Cutters  HARNESS IS OUR SPECIALTY  A CARLOAD OF VEHICLES  has been recently placed in stock and:,your inspection of these is invited  Wool Rugs, Horse Blankets, Trunks & Suit Case*  Silks, Fancy Chinas,  c  urios an  d Toys  Select your pretty and inexpensive Christmas Gifts from  our newly imported stock of these artistic'Japanese goods  THE JAPANESE STORE  Leon Avenue "., . .Kelowna  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of *     .  DOORS  AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  GOAL  COAL  Pennsylvania Hard, $17.50       Taber Smokeless, $10.50  Princeton Lump $8.00 Princeton Nut $7.00  TERMS CASH,  Phone  66  W.HAUG  P.O. Box  J66,  Buggies, Democrats  Singly Work Wa-    gpns, Double Work  Wagons,   Ploughs,  Harrows, Cultivators, Seeders, Single Driving Harness,  Single Work Harness, Sewing Machines, Refrigerators,  Dressing Tables, Side Boards, Kitchen Tables, Sets of  Drawers, Kitchen Tables, Chairs of all kinds, Cook  Stoves, Ranges���  Anything you have for sale sold  on commission  If you want to buy or sell anything see  STOCKWELL, the Auctioneer  ^^^^^ PAGE FOUR  KRUJWMX   MCOU  ( WANTED! 1  FOR SALE-Fotd car, ��300.   Everything  ia  food  running   order.    Apply   D.  FOR SALE, about 70 Berkshire padifraad  fauna cow. and boats, train ) to 5  month, old, and brood now., also three  roam and one horse. Apply J. L. Pridham. Boi 49, Kalowna. 4ttf  FOR SALE, cheap. 2 aafaa, I typewriter,  2 ribbon was. I small ware, case, I  high desk. 6.day clock, vinegar banal..  Indian Motor cycla, almost naw. I. F.  Fumerton a Co. 50tf  PROFESSIONAL AMP  BUSINESS CARDS  "HI Private Sale  a sisl   BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancer*, etc.  KELOWNA B.C  WANTED, middle-aged Woman (or gen.  oral homework.   Small family.   Apply  Mra. J. Morrison, R. R. No. I, Kelowna.  44ti  HOUSE TO RENT, Furnished, eight  roam, with bath, an Barnard Avenue.  115 per month.   Apply Harvey & Dui  gan.  48t  FOR SALE, IJ young pigs, ready to wean,  $2.25 each : also 10 brood sows. Apply  Henry Burtch, Kelowna. 52tf  OVERCROWDED-Will aall a few good  R. I. Red pullets for II each to make  room.    |. M. Harvey. 52tf  FOR SALE, Shetland Pony, thoroughly  broken, and saddle pony, vary quiet.  Would exchange. far cows, or would  give use of saddle pony in eichange for  winter feed. Apply J. S. Mackenzie.  Bank of Montreal. 52-lp  FOUND-Putso containing aum of money.  Owner can have aame by deecribing  content*. Apply Ira Briabin, Glenn Avenue. 52-5  WANTED. Youth or Boy to work on  ranch. Must be milker, $29 and board.  Apply P.O. box 172. 52-lp  FOR SALE, grade Holstein Cow. four  years old. Freshen shortly. Fine animal.   Martin Lloyd. R. R. No. I.    Ip  IN POUND  Notice i. hereby given that one three-  year-old bay gelding, branded V in a horee.  ahoa on left shoulder, blaze on face and  white sock left hind foot, also yearling  gelding, no brand, star on foreheed and  white sock on right hind foot, were impounded in East Kelowna Pound November 20th.���J. R. Anderson.  SET OF EXPRESS HARNESS, only used  three times. Will accept $20. Kelowna  Implement Co., Ltd. Ip  TENDERS are called for the purchase  ef surplus Buttermilk from tha Kelowna  Creamery, Limited, for six months commencing the 1st December next. Tender.  should be sent in to the Secretary not  later than 29th instant, stating price offered per hundred pounds.  The Corporation of the City of  Kelowna  Voters'Liat for 1917  Notice is hereby given that a Court of  Revision will be held on Monday, December I Ith, 1916, at ten o'clock in theifore-  ooon, at the Council Chamber, Kelowna,  B.C., for the purpose of hearing and determining any application to strike out the  name of any person which ha. been improperly placed upon the Municipal Voter.' List for the year 1917. or to place on  euch list the name of any person improperly omitted from aame.  C. H. DUNN.  Kelowna B.C., Gty Clerk.  November 20th. 1916. 1-3  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public  KELOWNA B.C  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willlt's Block   ���   Kelotcna, B.C  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  haa resumed hia teaching claeeea and will  leceive  pupil,  aa  before in hi. studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374 ,  P. W. GROVES  M. C.n.Soc.C.E.  Consulting Cloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys And Reports on irrigation Works  Applications [or Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C.  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  .     DENTIST  r. o. Boa in. Timn. le  Corner Pendozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  at the residence of Mr. S. D  COLQUETTE 520. Glenn Ave.,  of Houithold Effects, as follows:  Piano, Mahogany Parlor Suite, 3 piece  mahogany Parlor Table and Rocker, 2  Carpet squares, large plate glass Mirror,  20 x 30-tn.., china Dinner eat, satin walnut  Dining room Suite, Mantle Clock, airtight  Heater, Picture., large braaa bed, coil  spring., Reatmore mattress. 2 iron bade,  springs ond mattreaaea, 1 cot mattres., 2  quarter cut eek Drawers and one commode  I oak Dreteer, I Kootenay mage, 2 Kitchen  Tablea, I folding ironing Board, I clothe.  Wringer, I step ladder, canned fruit, cooking utwi.il., common dishes, flour can.  garden tools, large oak refrigerator and  numerous other article*.  Sale to commence November 15th, to  November 30th. Coods may ba eeen between tha hour, of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. any  day.  JOHN CURTS  COOTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Auction Sale  Being instructed by Mr. CHAS.  HAWES. 1 will sell at his residence, Harvey Avenue, near the  Mission road, on Satardar, November 25th, all his movables,  comprising  Pair Geldings, weight 2400 lhe., 7 and 9  years of age. good worker, and driver,  (extra good team), Pig weighing 400 lb..,  60 Chicken., Double Wagon, Three-aeated  Democrat, Buggy Wagon, Light Traveree  Sled., New Wheelbarrow, Ladder;, Three  Water Barrels, Thirty baga of Wheat and  Oat a. Four ton. of Hay, Platform for Wagon Springe for 7000 lbs., Platform for  Wagon, Set Dray Harrow., Planet Junior  Cultivator, .at Double Work Harness, single Driving Harness, Spraying ontfit, complete, Piing Sleigh, Eight loads of Straw,  Ten tons Potatoes (if not sold before), lot  of  Household   Furniture,  Neck   Yokes,  Whipple Trees, Chains, Shovel., Fork..  Everything must be sold aa Mr. Hawes  ia leaving for the prairie.   Sale at 1.30.  TERMS CASH  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer  FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.Kr.K.rt.  Gives lessons in  Voice Production & Singing  100, Graham  Street,   Kelotons, ftl.  Ladies   Witting   to   Order  SP1RELLA   COBSETS  caa meet  MBS. J. H. 0A.VIK3  oa Saturday    ol aa* weak, or   *Sr  is Boom No. 1. Osk Hall Block, be-  twaan tha tours oi MO and Mj p.ru.  Peelers  Wanted  B.C. Evaporators, Ld.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Ra Henry William Raymer. deceased.  Notice is hereby given that all creditors  and persons having any chime or demands  against the estate of Henry William Ray.  mer. lute of the City ol Kelowna, in the  Province of British Columbia, deceased,  who died on or about the 6th day of April,  1916, and whose will was proved by Mary  Shaw Raymer, the executrix therein nam.  ed on the 19th day of August, 1916, in the  Supreme Court of British Columbia, are  hereby required to send in tha particulars  of their claims and demanda to the aaid  executrix on or before the 15th day of  December, 1916. Particular, of auch claims  and demands may be effectually given by  by being delivered to Mary Shaw Raymer,  the above-named executrix, whoaa ad  drew ia Kalowna, B.C.  All claims mutt be duly verified by  statutory  declaration.  Anjl notice ia hereby further given that,  after the aaid 15th day of December, tha  executrix will proceed to distribute tho  asset, of tha deceased among the person,  entitled thereto, having regard only to the  claim, of which aha shall have then had  notice, and that the will not be liable for  the-aaaete or any part thereof io distributed to any person of whose debt or claim  aha .hall not then have had notice.  Dated at Kelowna, B.C. this 8th day of  November, 1916.  52-1. MARY S. RAYMER.  The Victrola brings the greatest artists  right into your own home  ���Mmtvlkl  It is all artists and all instruments in one.  It enables   you  to hear the greatest singers  and  musicians in  yciir own home just the  same aa though you ware hearing them in  | person.  It brings to you their actual living voices and  superb art absolutely (rue to life���every ren-  derjng exactly as it Is interpreted by the artists  themselves.  Get a Victrola and have all this wonderful  array of music always at you instant command.  Come in and we'll .how you  the various styles of tha  Victrola and play any mueic you with to hear.  JAMES H. TRENWITH  NO ALUM  -<-t-\����cjh��oi��J5^  Magi<;  bajung  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER iflrd, l!ll��.  I.     I IIIIBBMBBMMagBJ '*,  At Christmas Time  your friends can buy  anything you can give  them���except  Your Photograph  Our work is the result  of many years' professional experience.  McEWAN    R.wdiffe Black  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 21 yearn" experience in the Auctioneering  butineM, particularly in lhe  line of Cattle, Farm Implements and Household Furniture; and thia experience ia  at your diipeaal, It meant  better result* from your auction aalea.  Anyone wiihing to arrange for  an Auction Sale should aee or  write to  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box I9S, Reaidenee at  Kalowna, B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. G. W. CUNNINGHAM  Pendoii Street, ia acting aa agent in  Kelowna and will make all arrange-  menta for the conducting ol aalaa  Peelers and Trimmers  anted at once at the Apple Evaporator. Men, women, boys or  girls.   Apply NOW.  W. B. M. CALDER, Mngr.  SYNOPSIS 01 COAL MINING  MHHILATIONB  Coal minis* right* of ths Dorajaiaa  ia Maaitoba, Saskatchewan .ad Alba*  ta, th. Ynkoa TttrKory, the North-  watt Territorial, sad ia a portioa ot  tat Proviso, of BritUh ColuiaWa, I  bs bases for a tana of V  year* at aa aanual rental of   11    aa  ��.     Not   mon   than 2,600  will ba Isjsstd to oa�� applioaat.  Appliontioae for   tat learn mart   tn  ���de by the applicant ia parse* to  th* Aftat or Sub-Agent of tha tUsMt*  which the rights applied tor ar*  ���ituatst).  Ia turvtyed territory, tbe laad Mast  ba deecribtd by Mctinas, or itgal tub-  division, of sections, aad ia unuurvay-  ���d territory th* tract applied 1st  ���hall   be' st.ked out by th*  Each application mutt ba al  panied by a fa* of W> which will be  refunded if the right applied for at*  aot available, bat aot otlmTwiss. A  royalty shall b* paid oa th* ��� inhial  abl* output oi th* mine at th* rataof  fiv* east* par too.  Ths ptnoa operatiag th* mlaa stall  furaith th* agent with twsot r*t*ra*  accounting for th* full cruaatity oi  merchaatabla ooal mined aad pay tha  loyalty theroon. Ii th* coal miahag  right* are not beiag operated, aa*|s  returns shall be furnished at ttaet ears*  a jraar-  The lea** will include th* ooal aria-  lag righto only, but th* l*t*a* may  be permitted to purohat*  available aurface rights may b*  ���Iderad aaoMtary for th* vroifchsg ai  the miae at the rate of 119 aa a**.  For foil mtormatioa appHssMls  should be made to th* Monetary al  th* Department of the Interior-, Ottawa, or to the Ageat or Sub-Agsat  of Dominion laad*.  w. w. oomr.  Deputy Idolater of th* Itrterlor.  N. B. -Uasuthoriztd puUieatlog ai  ttt> advertiswntnt will not bt pah! lor,  DidYouSeetW  Overseas  Box?  A nicely wrapped, nicely packed Box of G. B.  Chocolates, all ready  (or mailing.  It sails for $1 par Box  and tha postage it 24  cants.  You can't beat it for  a Soldier's Xmas Box.  ..  . M  200 Cigarette* for  One Dollar  Delivered to your Soldier friend in Britain, in  France, or in Flanders.  Either Players' or Tuck-  ett's T fie B cigarettes  can be sent for this cash  Ask about this special  deal  Christmas  Groceries  We would like you  to buy all your Raisins,  Currants, Peals & such  like aa toon as possible.  The price will be  higher later on; the  supplies will be scarcer  later on, and wa will  be hurried later on.   >  Crystallized Cherries,  Cluster Raisins, Xmas  Stockings and Xmas  Crackers have not arrived as yet but we  hope to have them all  in stock next week.  The next ad. will probably suggest something about the market,  which subject is very  interesting just now.  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Phone 214  Our motto: " Quality and Service'  Ranchers, Attention!  The manager of the Apple Evaporator is now ready te  buy all good culled apples, fallen, bruised, scabby or  otherwise.  This is an industry which means money found for the  rancher, and as every industry is an asset to the city, it  is? up to you Mr. Rancher to say whether these home  industries shall thrive or have to close up for lack of  material.   Rush in your culls���any quantity.'  The Orchard City Evaporating Co.  Corner Ellis Street and Cawston Avenue.  Thos. Lawson  LIMITED  K TEW Goods are arriving by express every  *��� ~ day. New fall and winter coats made  by Northway, of Toronto; the latest styles  and wonderfully good value.  *U A good assortment of Jaeger's lines for  Men, Women and Children, has reached us.  ���3 The very newest creations in Neckwear  for men.  fl Mackinaw Coats and Trousers���the genuine article. ���*%'������  <_ Don't forget that we have a full stock of  Rubber Footwear, also Arctic Socks.  ���fl1 1""1'   T

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