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 UUHUU  g^fRaUX?'  /*fc  ietomm IsUmb  viotorfa, B.C.  VOL. XII.   NO.? I  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1920.���4 PAGES  ���1.50 Per  Talented Musician  Leaving Kelowna  With the apecial Easier muaic  at the United church Sunday evening, Mr. H. Tod Boyd, organist  and choirmaster for the past nine  years, severed his "connection not  only with the church but with Kelowna, for he is leaving thia weekend for England. The loss of Mr.  Tod Boyd from the musical life of  the city will be most keenly felt for  it ia not often that a musician of  his outatanding ability can be induced to remain in so 'amall a  place. Had it not been for the  fact that hia health had broken  down in England, the influence he  haa exercised in local music, and  the many excellent productiona  which have resulted from his skilful training, would have been, lost  to us. The name of Mr. Tod Boyd  in connection with any concert haa  always been a guarantee of a high-  class affair.  While he ia to be congratulated  upon the object of his return to  England ��� his approaching marriage to Mias Isolde Menges, the  famous violinist-his departure can  not but -occasion general regret.  He has been the recipient lately of  many assurances of this kind from  various quarters, and on Friday  evening the choir, which probably  appreciated hia worth more than  anyone else, presented him with a  purse of money in token oi their  esteem.       '  Affer a tour in England, where  Miss Menges has many engagements, to fill, Mr. Boyd and his  future wife hope to go to California where they will reside.   o������������  Leslie Grossmith  Here Next Week  Under the auspices of the high  school and in aid of their funds,  Mr. Leslie Grossmith, supported  by an excellent company, will give  a grand concert and dance in the  Morrison Hall on Thursday, April  !5th. Miss Marguerite Hill, the  charming young-soprano, and Mr.  Edwin Brookes, the well-known  violinist, will take part in the concert, and apecial orchestral music  will be provided for the dance  which is to follow. Nothing we  can say will add much to the reputation of Leslie Grossmith and  his programme of character sketches, good music and refined humorous items will attract a large  audience.  "Checkers" to be  Shown Here  When Henry M. Blossom's story,  "Checkers," was made into a stage  play it became one of the biggest  successes in the field of melodrama.  The screen vetsion produced by  William Fox will assuredly duplicate the hit of the spoken play.  The atory of "Checkers" is one that  will alwaya appeal to lovers of  racing, and the makers of the  picture have seen to it that there  is no running short of melodramatic  situations to keep the interest st  the right tension. There is enough  excitement in its seven reels to  supply action for half-a-dozen of  the ordinary screen stories, and the  extent and general excellence of  the production are other features  that will help it to register a knockout.  The cast is a long one, and  Thomas J, Carrigan and Jean Acker  who play the leading characters,  give the hero and the heroine just  (he right sort of personalities.  Richard Stanton has directed the  picture with a - keen, eye to the  melodramatic nature of the plot,  the race track serines being the  real thing. There is also a railroad  wreck in which a blazing freight  car goes through an open draw,  which will furnish a large stock of  thrills. Scenes in Chinatown, others  around a training track and the  biggest scene of all when the  heroine of the story gets inside of  jockey's suit and rides "Remorse'  under the wire a winner, supply a  series of punches that will put  "Checkers" in the record-breaking  class.  Misses Flossie and Lilly Patter  aon were visitors to Enderby laat  weekend,  Local Member  Accuses Govt, of  Reckless Finance  Cost of  Administration Has Been  Doubled in Last Three Years  Charging that the provincial government was adhering to a policy  of reckless finance in carrying on  the affairs of British Columbia, Mr.  J. W. Jones, member for South  Okanagan, spoke on the budget  debate in the Legislature laat week.  The chief criticism of the Okanagan member related to increased administration expenditures  through the continued addition of  departments and sub-departments,  and the increased cost of public  works and agricultural department  operation. He did not wish to find  fault with the salaries paid, he  averred, but did object to the alleged policy of providing jobs for  political favorites. In support of  his contention that an enormous  increaae in the coat of administration had taken place, Mr. Jonea  stated that the salary list in 1916-  17 amounted to $1,664,222, while  for 1920-21 it had jumped to  $3,212,462, or over double. He  pointed out lhat the per capita  debt in British Columbia had jumped from $49.31 in 1917 to $76.56  jn 1920, an increase of fifty per  cent., and a mark, he maintained,  which did not reflect any credit  upon th: present administration.  Mr. Jones drew a comparison  between the expenditures of British Columbia and Alberta, stating  that the salaries paid in the prairie  province amounted to only $1,647,-  009, and the population of that  province was set at 500,000. The  difference, he maintained, was  startling. Another comparison,  stated Mr. Jones, showed thet  Alberta with a revenue of $9,642,-  739 in 1919 had a total expenditure of $9,525,784.  There were several problems  which roust be met in the near  future, calling for strictest economy.  The list inoluded caring for the  cinking fund deficits of municipal-  i.ier, new schools, aid' to hospitals  and university accommodation.  Mr. Jones had quite a lot to say  about the Agricultural Department  and its handling of land settlement,  through the operations of the Provincial Land* Settlement Board,  claiming that the coat of administration was out of all proportion to  the good accomplished.  Before leaving his survey of  Land Settlement Board matters,  Mr. Jones referred to the repeated  changes in the personnel of that  institution. He said Mr. Smith had  been retired, and since the opening of the present session of the  Legislature, M. H. Nelems had resigned as the direct result of internal dissension. "How long are the  others going to stay," he asked,  and proceeded to deal with the  question of reverted lands. Mr.  Jones said he had placed certain  questions on the order paper  which had elicited the information  that some 2,208,000 acres of surveyed lands had reverted to the  Crown as a result of the operation  of the proportionate allotment leg-  islaliou of 1916, passed hy the  Bowser government. He also said  he had asked if a list of these lands  had been placed at the disposal of  the Land Settlement Board, and  the answer given was an evasive  one to the extent that the, files of  the department were open to the  officials of the Board. Still, it was  a fact, he said, that the Board'had  not'been given the privilege of  dealing with these free government lands in handling soldier and  civilian settlement.  "No wonder, then, that failure  has marked the effortsbf the Land  Settlement Board," he exclaimed.  "It is time this House wakened up  to the fact that  the  Board should  Mr. Jones urged the government  to stand behind the agricultural  department and provide the assistance necessary to speed up  production. The encouragement  of land settlement was of primary  importance, particularly in central  British Columbia where there were  large tracts of fine farm lands  awaiting the settler. He expressed  the opinion that the government  should take steps to have radian  reserves msde available for settle-  Two Local Weddings;  PARET-SHAYLER  A quiet weddisg wedding ceremony took place Monday morning  at the Catholic church, of John  Malet Paret to Miss Nellie Blanche  Shayler. Both are well-known locally. The'bridegroom who cam*  to Kelowna some years ago, has  only recently returned from overseas, haying accompanied the  172nd as seigeant. The honey,  moon is to be spent at Vancouver  and Seattle, after which Mr. nnd  Mrs. Paret will take up residence  on their ranch at Rutland. j  WADE-PERRY  A very pretty wedding took  place Wednesday at I1 e Knox  church, the contracting partiea  being Mr. Albert Stanley Wade  on the staff of P. B. Willits Co. and  Miss Flossie Luella Perry, daughter of Lt.-Col. and Mrs. J.Perry,  The ceremony took place at 10.30  in the morning, in the presence of  a large gathering of friends, both;  bride and bridegroom being well-  known and popular locally. The  bride was given away by her fath  er, her sister Miss Flora Perry, acting aa bridesmaid. Mr. Harman  Willits was 'best man. The wedding march was played by Miss  Jean Kincad, while Mrs. Braden  sang "The Crown" (Teschemacher)  The Rev. E. D. Braden officiated..  After a reception at the home of ,  the bride, Mr. and Mra. Wade  left for the coast where the honeymoon will be spent.  Glenmore Organizes  for Sports  At a meeting held recently at  the home of Mr. Clark of Glenmore,  it was decided that Glenmore  should be represented in the season's athletic sports, and an organization to be known as the Glenmore Atnletic Association wo*  accordingly formed. Baseball,  basketball, football and other teams  will be assembled, and practicing  will be commenced as soon as  possible. The officers elected  were: President, Dr. Giles; vice-  pres., Mr. Cushing; secretary, D.  Kerr; treasurer, Mr. Hunt.  In order to raise funda for a good  start a dance is to be held on  Thursday, April 15th.  o  The United Ladies' Aid of Knox  Church will serve tea and have a  aale of home cooking on Saturday,  April I Oth, in Wesley Hall.  The Kelowna Foultry Association is holding its annual meeting  najct Wednesday evening at 7.30  in the Board of Trade room.  Donald Loane was the lucky  winner of the bean guessing contest held last week by L O. Brown  to inaugurate the opening of his  new store. Donald's guess, which  won for him (he 20 lb. sack of  sugar, was 1100, the actual number  in the jar being 1121.  The Kelowna Hospital gratefully  acknowledges donations .of two  sacks of potatoes from D. McEachem and ten pounda of butter from  the Kelowna Creamery.  "Mikado" Wiil Be Put  Ob This Month  Monday and Tuesday, April  26th and 27th have been fixed  upon as the dates for the production  of the "Mikado" by a local company  of amateurs who have been work  ing hard for some time past upon  the undertaking. The cast hi  been carefully selected, and recently rehearsals have given promise  that the best traditions of operatic  productions in Kelowna will be  fully maintained. The stage management and coaching of the cast  is in the experienced hands of Mr,  Geo. Benmore, and every effort  will be made to ensure a first class  and well-staged performance. - The  choir of thirty-five voices is being  trained by Mr. Drury Pryce, whoae  ability in that direction needs little  comment. Mr. Pryce will also be  responsible for the fifteen piece  orchestra.  The cast is as follows:���  The Mikado ot Japan W. J. Mantle  Nanki Poo A. F. Graves  Ko Ko A. H. Shaw  Poo Bah G. C. Benmore  Pish Tush H. S. Atkinson  Yum Yum, Pitti Sing and Peep Bo   Misses Elaine Cameron, Dorothy Leckie  and M. S. Bell  Katiaha.. Mrs. Braden  with   achool   girla,  nobles,   guards    and  coolies.  Rutland News  (From oar own rvirr-flxnnndsntr.  Messrs. Winter and Chapin have  been busy lately making extensions  to their Alsgard's ice cream parlor.  The new addition will greatly increase the accommodation for the  public, as well as making still more  attractive this popular reso.'t.  Orchard growers are reminded  that one of the most necessary precautions to stop the spread of fire-  blight is to burn all primings carefully. According to a regulation  recently passed all fire-blight haa  to be cleaned up bv March 31st.  ment, claiming that some of the  richest lands in the province were  being held out of production  Touching upon returned soldier  settlement problems in general,  Mr. Jones questioned the Minister  of Agriculture as to what that official proposed doing in settling the  veterans' troubles on the Christian  ranch. He said that more than  twenty returned men had been  engaged in development work  there for the past year and that no  allotments had been made or  could be made because the government could not secure water. The  men had worked i faithfully, he  continued, and were bitterly disappointed in the way the undertaking had panned out. They had  expected to have their families  join them this spring, but it now  looked aa though the men would  have to go elsewhere.  Following Mr. Jones on the budget debate was J. S. Cowper, member for Vancouver. Mr. Cowper  while declaring he could not agree  entirely with the member for South  Okanagan, complimented him upon his carefully prepared and en.  lightening address.  The Rutland War Memorial  monument is now complete and  fully erected, and the unveiling  ceremonv has been fixed for the  morning of May 24th. Further  particulars will be announced later.  There still remain a few of those  who promised donations who have  not yet paid. Will they do so  promptly ?  An enjoyable little function took  place this week at the Methodist  church, when a large gathering of  members of the congregation met  to do honor to Mr. and Mrs. Fleming and family who have now gone  to live in town. The Flemings  have for many years been valued  workers in connection with the  church and their removnl will be  much regretted by the community.  During the evening a presentation  was made to Mr. and Mrs. Fleming of a set of table cutlery. Miss  Joy Fleming was also the recipient  f a present from the Sunday-  school for which she had acted aa  teacher and organist, and in other  capacities. Later in the evening  the ladiea served refreshments.  The general meeting of the  Rutland Athletic Club, held in the  schoolhouse on Tuesday evening,  waB fairly well attended. The  meeting voted unanimously in  favor of continuing the organization. The secretary-treasurer presented a financial statement which  showed a credit balance of some  $39. The club's assets in the way  of athletic equipment were valued  at $125. The election of officers  ther followed. A. W. Money was  elected president by acclamation,  H- Lngan becomes vice-president  and A. W. Gray was reelected  secretary-treasurer, also by acclamation.     G.  Hea.ip   was  elected  Rules of Road to  be Clanged  Having decreed that the rule of  the road is to be changed in B. C,  to conform with the rule in other  provinces and in the United States,  the legislators are now considering  how il is lo be done and in particular who is to bear the cost of  the chsnge on the B.C.E.R. lines.  Some of the lower mainland  members point out that if the expense is thrown upon the railway  company, it will almost certainly  result in the railway company  either defying the law and sheltering itself under the protection of  the Dominion railway board, or of  carrying out the change and then  applying to the railway board for  an increased fare. An increaaed  fare, it is recognized, would not be  a very welcome matter in Vancouver and Victoria at the present  time. a  One suggestion is that the whole  matter should be referred to the  people at the same time as the  forthcoming referendum on the  prohibition question, with a clear  intimation that the change, if made  must come out of the public purse.  football  captain  for  the   coming  season.  The retiring president, F. L.  Fitzpatrick, then turned the meeting  over to the new president. After  some discussion it was decided to  go ahead with the plana for the  much postponed concert, in order  to raise funds to purchase baseball  uniforms. It was also decided to  encourage the formation of junior  teams and assist them aa far as  possible. There are no restrictions  as to membership in the club, and  an invitation is extended to anyone  who may be interested in the promotion of athletics, to join the  organization.   The fees  were  set  baseball captain  and  E. S.  Bush, at $ I per annum as before.  Do not forget  to file your  Income Tax Return  on or before the 30th of April, 1920.  ominion of Canada  Department of Finance  A LL persons residing- in Canada, em-  ployed in Canada, or carrying on  business in Canada, are liable to a tax  on income, as follows:���  1. Every unmarried person, or widow, or  widower, without dependants as defined by the  Act, who during the calendar year 1919 received or  earned $1,000 or more.  2. All other individuals who during the  calendar year 1919 received or earned $2,000 or  more.  3. Every corporation and joint stock company  whose profits exceeded $2,000 during the fiscal  year ended in 1919.  Pnrmtk to be used tn filing  r ui iiis returng on or before  the 30th of April, 1920.  ALL INDIVIDUALS other than  farmers and ranchers must use  Form T 1.  FARMERS AND RANCHERS  must use Form T IA.  CORPORATIONS and joint  stock companies must use Form  Tl  Penalty  Every perton required to make �� return, who  falle lo do eo within (he time limit, thall be  eubject to a -penalty ol Twenty-live pet centum  of the amount ol the ta* payable.  Any person', whether taiable, or otherwise.  who falls to make a return or prorlde information duly required according to the proviaion ol  the Act, thall be liable on eummary conviction  to a penalty of 1100 lor each day ' during  which the default continue*. Alto any pereon  making a falte statement In any return or In  any Information required by the Miniater, fhmll  be liable, on aummarv conviction, to a penalty  * not eiceedlnfi SI��.,,iH),nt to nil montht' Intprleon-  tnent or to botti i >iu and Imprisonment.  General Instructions.  Obtain Forms from the Inspectors or ���  Assistant Inspectors 6( Taxation or from  Postmasters.  Read  carefully  all   Instructions on  Form before filling it ln.  Prepay postage on letters and docu-  ���  ments forwarded by mail to Inspectors of  Taxation.  Make your returns promptly and avoid  penalties.  Address INSPECTOR OF TAXATION.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  '  ��� !\  R. W. BREADNER, *  Commissioner of Taxation, I  1 ���' ������ . * A.GE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, April 8,192  WALTHAM & ELGIN  THIN MODEL WATCHES  The modern man demands two  thinga of hia watch.  Firtt of all, of course, he demands  a watch that telta honest time���a  watch whote accuracy he can rety on.  But thia in itself is not enough.  Hit timepiece must be good to look  at���one lhat ia modern as the cut of  hit clothes or the linet of hit motor  car.  And it ia for these reasont that we  recommend the Opert Waltham  Watcheaand Stream Line Elgin Watches for men.  Pricea from $35.50 to $90.  J. B. KNOWLES  jeweler and Optometrist       Kelowna  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy  Hauling  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002  G.W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Good*  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Motor  Express  P.O. Birr 418  Ward 5 Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Boi 351  KELOliliNH RECORD  Published every Thuraday at Kalowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Local Boy Scouts  Edited   by   Pioneer.     April    6th,  SirBStJBIPTlON   RATES  II.RO    par   rear:    75o���    tli    month**..   Onitad  4i.it..*  10 otnta  addition..  ^ubiicribert at ths rtvnlar ra���� ran have  ���lira Datwn mniled to frienda n* rv dinta&r*  tt  HALF RATE. l.t.. 78 etnti oer vaar.  Tin'-   ���'iH'-'inl   nrlyiltffa    It    KmnU-d    for    the  nurooat ol advtrtitiar <*bt riw  ind district.  All tabaeriDttona oarabU ia advaa****  ADVERTISING  RATES  I OIM1K NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS  ETC. i.6  rents ott  column tneh mr wmi.  ���AM) AND TIMBER NOTICES-DO dan. a<V  ��"  dava  17.  WATSR  NOT1UES-I9 for  (iv. insertions.  i.KQAIi ADVERTISINQ-Flrat insertioa. 13  cents ner Una: sack sub-Mou-int truttrtioo. A  ���������-'nt*"  i��er  Una.  USl'I.AV ADVEltTISEHENTS - Two incfcus  And iindar. 50 rant4 Mr inch lira! laaartioa  nvi'f two inches 40 canti�� i��'i inoh firft in-  MrtlOBi 20 rent* tMr inch i-nch anbaaooent  InaartloOi  T.ASSIhTEI) ADVERTISEMENTS -1 eenu  Dar word fjrtt Insertion. I -wnt ner word  ntu-h   lubftftfjuent innertion.  All '���ii.Hii/��N in contract ndvertiumeats moat  Uf in the lii-indH nl tht Drintcr In T'leadnv  HVHiiintf in ���'iiniini nublicntion in tha ntit  '���ine.  Control of Cabbage and  Onion Root Maggot  The Entomological Brand, of lhe  Department of Agriculture, Vernon  B.C .has the following recommendation to make to vegetable growers  on the control of the cabbage root  maggot:���  Dissolve one ounce of Mercury  Bi-chloride in thirty two ounces of  boiling water, bring it up lo one  gallon with cold water. On (he  fourth dny and on two occasions  later at seven day intervals, pour a  few ounces of this liquid around  the roots of plants, not over leaves.  On the first application, approximately seventy five plants may be  treated to the gallon 1 he second  and third applications, fiftv plants  to the gallon. This treatment  should protect cabbage plants  Against the cabbage root maggot.  For the same insect attacking  radishes, the plants had better Ingrown under cheese cloth screens  foi the entire summer.  A device recommended for the  control of onion root maggot is as  follows: select some cull onions and  allow them to sprout between  damp sacks and then when the  time arrives for seeding onions  plant a row or part of a row of  these cull onions, every one hundred feet through the plantation,  here and there, setting them about  three to four inches deep in the  soil. The obje* t is to have an attractive leaf growth close to the  soil suifaoe for the flies to deposit  eggs on. Destroy these cull onions  in mid-June. Thinning of onion  field should not be undertaken  until June i5th.  High School Notes  By Specrsl Correspondent  Tne advanced and preliminary  elastics are looking forward with  great horror to a French exam,  immediately after the holidays.  This mean:, intensive study, and  a constant weight on the otherv/ise  care-free minds of the pupils.  Aa was announced in last week's  paper the doctors arrived on Tuesday morning, and the students  were compelled lo suffer the torture  of vaccination.  a        a  Much lo the chagrin of the  Matric. and the delight of the other  classes, the former are compelled  to attend school during lhe holidays.    Poor Maine.!  Spring Has  Come!  Fa���la-la-la���la-la-la I  At least   we   think  it   haa.    It'a  jutt about   due   anyway.    What  about your SPRING FOOTWEAR ?    We have been steadily   increasing   our   linea and  huve now a very good selection  to please all tastes and purses.  Whatever   the   kind,   however,  we still sell at the close  margin  of profit upon   which   we   have  built our business.  We expect to make an  important announcement ahortly.    For  the present watch the window.  Chas. Dark  He preaches Footwear  Professional Cards  ORDERS by command for week  ending April 15th,  1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week Cougars, and also for week  following ; next for duty, Beavers.  PARADES: A judicial and business session of the Court of Honor  will be held at the Scoutmaster's  omrer.nSaturday,April 10th, 1920.  nt 7.15 p.m., for leaders and seconds. Uniforms need not be worn  at this session. Those who are  notified to attend by either the  sroiiimasler or secretary or by their  palrol leader, and who fail to do  so, unless previously excused, will  be slruck off the strength nf the  strength of the Iroop, without further notice.  Special practices for the tumbling  and -parallel bar squads will be  held on Fridav, April 9th at 5 p.m,  We should also be very glad if anv  of our friends could give ns another old mattress or two. I hey are  badlv needed for the tumbling.  The combined troop wiil parade  at the clubroom on Tueadav, April  13th at 7.15 p.m. We shall hold  our first rehearsal of lhe songs at  this parade.  ��� ���  s  We have lo thank Mr. F. J  Moorat ex - Lieutenant of the  R.A.S.C. for a packet of semaphore  signalling cards. These cards are  of the greatest assistance in learning  the semaphore letters and are avail-  able for any scouls who wish to  use them.  ��� s  We were fortunate in picking  Saturday last for the day of our  annual Easter hike, for the weaiher  on the other davs of the holiday  period was certainly not what one  would specially order for planting.  Even during Saturday while the  sun was shining it was quite cool  when not walking. Of 38 scouts  in the troop only 19 took part in  the hike, but as the reasons for the  non-attendance of all the absente 8  will be considered by the next  Court ot Honor we shall say no  more of the very poor attendance  line except that as far as we know  now there were 13 absent without  any good reason. For the benefit  of these we would like to again  point out that a snappy troop of  25 keen scouls is very much to be  preferred to a larger troop including in its strength any of the variely  known as "monkey" scouts.  Seyeral of the hikers having very  large lunches to pack decided to  purchase one of the military haversacks recently given to us. These  haversacks are also very large and  in the case of those purchasers who  were not themselves large, one  would see going along the trail  lirst haversack,and then on looking  carefully a scout in front. Second  Hunter spent too much time in  picking his haversack and in consequence missed the 9 o'clock feny  on which all the others crossed.  He went over on the 11 o'clock  feiry, however, with his bicycle  but missed a message which we  had left for him on the road and  went too far along the trail, not  joining us until we were on the  homeward trek. When wc reached Bear Creek at 11 o'clock we  decided instead of going up the  creek lo keep along the lake and  followed the trail to juat above  Barnes, to which on thc lakeshore  we made a descent shortly before  noon.  Several small fires were soon laid  and burning, and where there had  been lunches soon there were none,  ln the case of those who were trying their second class cooking teat  they had come prepared not to  depend for their meal upon lhe  result of their lest, so lhat while  their meat and potatoes were boiling or frying as the case might be,  their appetites were waning. Thia  also was probably responsible for  their not taking quite so much care  over their test, as was the caae  when we had the tendeifoot hike  to pass this test last spiing. After  lunch some reclined on the beach  and others more energetic climbed  the hillside, hunted for arrow heads  or went further along the trail. As  we planned .to return by the 4  o'clock ferry, however, we did not  have much lime to put in before  retracing our steps.  On the return the rear guard  just reached the ferry wharf as the  ferry pulled in. The only- wild  creature of the forest encountered  on the the trip was one wood-tick;  who evidently tired of rusticating,  planned to move from the hills  down into the ciiy, but alas for him  it was an unfortunate move, for  his days came to an end on the  ferry, crossing the waters to the  cily he waa not to see. We landed  home again at 4.30 p.m. with a  day well spent belrind us and another Easter troop hike a matter  of history.  BURNE J* sVEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. C. Weddell. ' ���    John F. Burne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. ::  B. C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOH a BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Csrr. Soc. C. t.  I'oiiRtiltiiio, (jiil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. hand Siiroi-.ijor  Surveys anrt Reports on Irritation Works  Applications for Wster Lie  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi  Street   and    Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443 w       _   n r  Residence      313 Ve,non' BC  Calls left wiiji Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson & Mantle Block      ���      Kelowne  Phone 320  HEM AMBLER Ltr  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  jobbing and Repaira  Phones: Business 164;Residence91  P. O. Box 22  Mrs. P. C A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF UANCJNG  Classes  Forming for the New  Year  Phone for an appointment  VERNA E. DALGLEISH  Pianoforte Teacher  Studio���Knox Hall Class Room  For information phone 3105  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Swanlite  ELECTRIC  Farm Lighting Plant  WITH  THE  Philadelphia Diamond Grid  Batteries  GUARANTEED  FOUR YEARS  See  JIM BROWNE  AT THE OIL SHOP  for Demonstration  Now is the Time to Plant  the    VjaVCien    And have better VegtlaUt:s& Flowen]  GET CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Also Vegetable Plants and Bedding Plants and Hard}) Perennial*  Wo shall have on sale shortly a fine assortment of tho calebratatl  PORTLAND  ROSES  PALMER & ROGERSON  RICHTER STREET GREENHOUSES  PHONE 88 P.O. BOX lll\  Spray  Materials  REX    LINE    SULPHUR  ARSENATE   OF   LEAD  BLACK   LEAF   40  PARIS GREEN  Fertilizers  IMPERIAL  DOMINION  SUPERPHOSPHATE  BONE   MEAL  NITROS  SEEDS  Garden, Field,  Clovers, Grasses and" Grains  Quality the Best. Prices Right.  Pruning or Picking Ladders. Wenatchee Picking Bags <  PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US  NOW  Kelowna Growers' Exchange]  Phone*: Feed Store 29; Office 37  Notice to CHEVROLET and  STUDEBAKER Owners  The new Garage and Machine Shop in connection with my new showroom is now  open- ready to give service to CHEVROLE T and STUDEBAKER Cars.  I have a full and complete stock ol Chevrolet parts on hand.  CHEVROLET OWNERS NOTE PARTICULARLY  Please insist on your garage using only genuine Chevrolet Parts when replacing of worn  parts is found necessary. Parts of other makes are not " just as good " as they will  not "stand up" and give satisfaction. -  M. A. ALSGARD  NEW   SHOW   ROOMS  AND SERVICE STATION  LOCAL  DEALER  LAWRENCE   AVENUE Thursday. April 8,1920  KELOWNA  RECORD  PAGE THREE  1/  L,r*,rco   PHONE   361 KELOWNA  Fancy Voiles  For Summer Dresses  Many exclusive designs  in French Voiles are  now in stock.. The colorings are exceptional  in this excellent grade  material and should be  taken full advantage of.  Prices from 75c to $1.95  Underwear  for  Spring & Summer  Large stocks of the most desirable makes are here  at interesting low prices.  VESTS with short sleeves and also shoulder  straps come in medium fie large sizes 40c to $1.95  COMBINATIONS in no-sleeve style or short  sleeves, tight or wide knees.     From 95c to $1.95  KNICKERS in good quality fabric come with  elastic waist and knees in colors of white, sky  and pink At 95c  New Styles in Corsets  Corsets are now in great demand for wearing with the  new gowns. Many new styles  will be found here from which  to choose and the prices are  not unreasonable.  Hotbed Covering  We have, a few pieces o( 72-inch  material for Hotbed Covering. Buy  this early ai it will be impossible  to get another delivery.  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Class  Percheron Horses  (Maret and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  or st tk* office of Harvey, Duggan snd Davis.  Morrison Hall   -    Kelowna  ONE NIGHT  ONLY  Thursday, April 15th  Concert to commence at 8.15  S3  If  a.  J  SELECT DANCE TO FOLLOW  Adults $1 each (including concert and dance)  Children (under 16), 50c ; (under 10). 25c  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  R. Grsy wat a passenger to the  coast Tueaday.  Mra. Hayman is a viaitor to Vancouver thie week.  Miaa Laura Wila^n ia a viaitor to  the coaat thia week.  Harold Renwick wea down from  Vernon laat weekend for the holiday.  G. R. S. Blackaby of Summerland  waa a viaitor in town over the  holiday.  The Kelowna Golf Club will  meet on Mondav evening at 8  o'clock in the Board of Trade room.  Everybody requeated to attend.  The local Salvation Army ia to  have a new officer in the person of  Capt. Dorin, who is to take charge  thia week. Lieut. Tigerstadt left  for Kamloopt Tueaday.  The Rev. D. J. Welsh and family  have been spending a few da) s in  town thia week. Mr. Welsh recently reaigned hia position at Enderby  to accept a principalahip of the  Summerland High School, and  commences hia dutiea there Monday.  The K-A.A.C. are holding a  meeting for all intereated in association football at Messrs. Harvev,  Duggan &t Davies office on Monday  next at 8 p.m. Election of officers  and arrangement of fixtures for the  coming aeaaon will be the principal  buaineaa. It ia hoped there will be  a large attendance, aa Ellison, Rutland and the K.L.O. have already  organized and it ia expected that,  with the splendid material available  the Kelowna team will be the  atrongeat in the valley thia vear.  At the dance next Thursday in  the Morrison Hall, which follows  the Lealie Grossmith concert,  apecial' orchestral music will be  provided.   Don't miaa it.  Benvoulin Notes  The regular monthly meeting of  the Benvoulin Auxiliary of the  W.M.S. waa held at the home of  Mra. Hammel on Wednesday  afternoon,  Mr. Jim McEachem left on Tueaday morning for Red Deer, Alberta, where he intenda to go farming.  The young people will miaa him  very much in the aocial. affairs of  the community.  Mitt Iaobel and Mr. Jakie Reid  arrived* home    laat    week from  Clareaholme,   Alta.,   where they  have been attending college.  The Benvoulin United Farm  Women will' hold a baziar and  aale of home cooking in the Wealey  Hall on Saturday afternoon, April  17th. Tea will alao be aerved  during the afternoon.  The Ladiea' Aid of Bethel Church  are giving a aocial at the home ol  Mra. McEachem on Friday evening, April 9th. During the evening  a collection will be taken up.  Everybody welcome.  A very enjoyable afternoon waa  apent at the home of Mra. Clarence  Birch on Thuraday laat, when Mra.  Birch and Miaa Dora Day entertained at the tea hour. The gueata  of honor were Mra. Findlay, of  Vancouver, who ia viaiting her  daughter, Mra. Gordon Scott, and  Mra. Fiaher, mother of Mr. J. B.  Fiaher, who is spending a ahort  time with her son before returning  to Scotland.  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your car haa been all tuned ur  ready for the road. How about  your Storage Battery ? la it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready for action > We will test it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable ratea.  In case it needs replacement we are  the official station for the famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerves  ready at all times like a coiled  spring to spin your engine, light  your lights and blow your horn.  Drive in today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dep.  Service on All Batteries  Don't tske it to ''George," 1st Barney do it I  Alfred A. Newstrand  Automobile   Electrician  The Sign of the Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.     Eaat of Pendo/i St.  Miaa Dorothy Graham and Miss  Jean Swerdfager are viaitora to  Princeton thia week  Mra. S. Cosens and her two  daughtera were passengers to  Vancouver laat Saturday.  Miaa Emma Millie left yeaterday  on a viait to Winnipeg.  Leonard Jenaen left to-day for  Tranquille.  Mr. R. Knowlea of Vancouver, a  brother of Mr. J. B. Knowlea, ia  viaiting Kelowna thia week with  hia wife and family.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Don't forget the aewing bee for  the Hoapital Aid to be held at the  home of Mia. J. B. Knowlea, Glen  Ave., on Monday afternoon April  Uth at 1.30.  The Jack McMillan Chapter,  IO D.E. will hold ita regular meeting Tuesday, April 13th at 3 p.m.,  at the home of Mra. C. J. Packham.  A choral concert will be given  in the United Church, Wedneaday  April 14th, at 8.15 p.m. by the  Girla' Choral Club of the church,  assisted by Mra. DeMara, elocutionist.    Admiaaion 50c and 25c.  A aocial evening ia to be held  at the Baptiat church on Friday  evening (to-morrow) to bid farewell to the Rev. W. F. Price, who  is leaving to join hia family at  Lloydminster, Alta. He will preach  his final aervice on Sunday. A  hearty invitation ia extended to all  to attend.  Thoae intereated will be glad to  hear that the children'a pantomime  being got up by Mrs. Anderson  and Mra. Ambler haa aurvived the  flu epidemic and will be produced  on April 20th at the Empress  Theatre. Practically all of the  thirty five children taking part have  been working hard for lhe past  week to perfect themselves in the  the many aonga and danca that go  to make up the performances.  The pantomime will be preceded  by a ahort recital by thoae of Mrs.  Ambler's pupila who are not appearing in the pantomime itaelf.  The plav choaen for preaentation  ia "The Sleeping Beauty" rewritten  to auit local conditions. Tickets  are on aale At Willita Drug Store  and it ia to be hoped that people  will turn out in large numbera to  see what Kelowna'a coming generation ia capable of on the atage.  The net proceeda after paying expenaea will be donated to the local  hoapital.  VETERAN VULCANIZING  Corner   Ellis  Street  WORKS  ���nd Bernard  Avenue  NET PRICE LIST  Complete repair, one vulcanising operation  Punctures, Blowouts Rim Cuta  From $3  Tread Cuti, Sand Blisters, Loose Treads  From $1.25  Casing Repair, new section, from  $2  Bicycle Tire, from -50c  For quick and correct repairs  ship your tires to us  Reinforcements Vulcanized  3-inch Tires $l*5o  31-inch Tires  $2.00  4-inch Tires $2.50  41-inch Tires $3.00  5-inch Tires $3.50  5J:inch Tirea $4.00  Reliners from $6 to $8, according to size  30 per cent, off above cemented���  your option  Service and Satisfaction  Tube Repaira while you wait:  Small Puncture  20c  Blowout, 2-inch  30c  Blowout, 4-inch   40c  Blowout, 8-inch  -SOc  Valve Seats t.'.  50c  Valve Insidee   10c  Material and workmanship guaranteed  Geo. Lane - Prop.  ExRS.M.  We carry a complete range of .Tire and  Tube Repair Outfits including small Vul-  canizera for car-owners.  New Tires and Tubes obtained to order  ���mxKsysmsQgzot^^  WEBBER WAGONS  We have juat placed a carload of theae  famous   wagons   in   atock.     All   lizea.  Another carload of Machinery on  the road, including  Disc Harrows Spring Tooth Harrows  One and two-horse Walking Plows      Sulky Plows  Light draft Spring Tooth (Forker) Cultivators  Tobacco Cultivators      One-horse Field Cultivators  Land Packers Planet Jr. Seeders & Cultivators  AGENTS  FOR  DeLAVAL SEPARATORS  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  Phone 40 P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  Farms and Fruit Ranches  Listings solicited  Branches    at  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA  CLOVERDALE  CHILLIWACK  MISSION  A. B. BARRAT,  I  Kelowna. B. C.  HARNESS REPAIRS  SWEAT   PADS WHIPS CLOVES  Shoe Repairs  Try TENAX SOLES the most satisfactory sole made.   A fibre composition, combining the qualities for Leather and Rubber. We have them.  THOMLINSON'S  Opposite Board of Trade Building  Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  The Jenkins, Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING CARTAGE DISTRIBUTING  Touring Cars always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.    Special rates.  Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting  . Furniture and Pianos moved with care  Our Trucks are all new and up-to-date  PHONE 20 DAY OR NIGHT  DIAMOND  ENGAGEMENT   RINGS  We have aome really beautiful designs in fancy  Tiffany settings.  Others with white gold settings and gold shanks,  made in our atore.  We take pleasure in drawing your attention to  a lovely Solitaire at $260.00.  W. M.  PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW       '-        -        -        MANAGER PACE FOUR  KFLOWNA   tECOM  ���Thursday, April 8,1920  EMPRESS ATTRACTIONS  FRIDAY   AND   SATURDAY  The First National Attraction  "Even as Eve"  Featuring GRACE DARLING  Supported hy a very strong cast. It tells you all about the amazing adventures of a girl who is forced to join a band of fanatics who think that  love is a sin and marriage is not for this world. The background is the  beautiful Adirondack. Also the Chester Outing "Getting a New Angle"  and "Married bv Proxy" �� Christie Comedy.  Evening, 7 30 nnd 9. Admission 20c and 35c  Saturday Matinee al 330, IOc and 25c  MONDAY   AND   TUESDAY  'The Amateur Adventuress'  Featuring  EMMY WEHLEN  the beautiful star of the   London   gaiHv for three years in "To-nighl's the  Night."    All about a young lady who is tired of hum-drum   existence and  goes out to meet adventure equipped   with   lovely   clothes which she obtains in an original  way.  "The Million Dollar Reward"  The third stirring episode of the serial that is different. ���  Evening, 7.30 and 9. Admission   15c and 25c  Tuesday Matinee nt 3.30, 10c and 20c  WEDNESDAY   AND   THURSDAY  Wm. Fox presents  "CHECKERS"  ALL-STAR CAST  The greatest racing play in the world. Thoroughbreds and high lif,*  intermingled with a basic drama of the human emotions. Tense with Hie  action and abounding thrills���but then you know "Checkers" too well for  us to make any further comment, except that it is played by a company  composed of stars who make their biggest effort to interpret the author's  characters, aided by beautiful settings and gowns.     And  "Hungry Lions"  an added attraction.  Everting 8 15, on^ show onlv. Admission 25c and  55c  Thursday Mttinee at 3.30 p.m., 20c and 35c  COMING-"A D.rv's Pleasure."  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order  in   EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  xtXKsr^xssj:. *rat xxiszcmju  Wash with a  Time Saver  The EASY way-the electricity does the work.  The SAFE way���clothes last much longer when washed at home.  The QUICK way���you save three whole hours on wash day.  The SIMPLE way���a child or a mere  man c��n operate it.  The SANITARY way���contaminated clothes are not mixed with yours.  The ECONOMICAL way���the low cost of current per hour will surprise you.  The PATRIOTIC way���buy a "Mede-in-Canada" machine.  WE   WILL  DEMONSTRATE   IN   YOUR   HOME  Orinoco Slate-Surfaced Roofing  A high-grade roll roofing, surfaced with genuine crushed  ���late ,in two naiural shades, r��d or green. Never nreds  painting. Colors are permanent, Handsome enough for  a home, economical enough f<-r n barn or garage. Combines re.il protection against (in; wilh beauty. Nails and  cement with each roll.  Having unloaded a car of BUILDING PAPERS before  the advance, am in a position to quote on same at the  best prices. Also have a larg* supply of TAR, PITCH  and ELASTIGUM for flume work, put up in packages  from one pound up tv a barrel. See me before purchasing.    If prices appeal to you at all I can do business.  W. W. LOANE  Opposite Kr!c:wrra Sawmill  Phone 349  FURTHER   LOCAL   ITEMS  The people of Summtriand felt  a distinct shock of earthquake last  Tuesday week about 10.30 in the  evening.  The contract haa been awarded  for a new school building in Armstrong to cost in the neighborhood  of $100,000.  Mrs. Sprouh- and her daughter  left for the coast Friday where  they will take up residence.  A new Catholic church is being  erected in Kamloops.  Mr. and Mrs. Waldron are visit-  ors to Victoria for a few days.  Keep Thursday, April I 5th clear  /or the grand concert and dance  by Leslie Grossmith at the Morrison  Hall.  Capt. Brown and Capt. Burrows,  ofthe Soldiers' Settlement Board  were in town last weekend.  -   THE  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  I 16 Boi I l'6  Opposite the CP.R. whsrt  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  ELLISON  Plans and Price Lists of the  sub-division ot th**  DICKSON RANCH  may be seen at this office.  ORIENTALS   OR   ENEMY ALIENS  NEED   NOT   APPLY  Terms: One-quarter CH��h, balwice  I, 2 and 3 years  Immediate possession  The Okanagan Brokerage  James Inglis, Proprietor  We only charge TWO per cent, commit-  aion on the sale of City Property.  Want Ads.  FOR   SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000. the houae of G. E.  Seon, I larvev Avenue, Keiowna. Apply  Measrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6tf  WHITE WYANDOT IE EGGS from selected pen. Prize utility atock. $2.50  per setting.    W. M. Todd. Box 446. 21 p  FOR SALE-One Planet Jr. Horse Culti-  vator, No. 8, $20 ; one Planet Jr. Horse  Cultivator, No. 12, $20. These ua<*d  one season only for few days. Apply  Leckie Hardware, Ltd. I7tf  HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE     Black  Minorca,   $2   for   15.    Walter   Folliard,  Coronation Avenue, Kelowna. 19-lp  FOR SALE, Buff Orpingtons and single  comb White Leghorns. Last year's  pullets, pure bred, none better in thiB  district Axel Eutin, Rutland, B.C. 19-lp  FOR SALE, Kelowna, B.C. Bungalow, 6  rooms, pantrv, garage, one lot, close in.  $1,900, $1,000 cash, balance arranged,  Owner, Box L, Record. Also House, 6  rooma, 3 lots, stable, chicken house.  $3,000. I9tfc  FOR SALE, about 40 boxes of good ap.  pies, Stayman Winesap- Mias Craig,  Rutland. Phone 3506. 19tf  FCR SALE, White  Pekin  Duck Eggs, for  setting.   $1.50 per setting.    Apply Mi  E. Lock, Rutland. 20-3?  FOR SALE, Bungalow, 5 rooms, pantry,  bath, garage. $3,100. Apply Pember-  ton & Son, Leckie Block, Kelowna.  2ltfc  FOR SALE, two-storey House and large  lot, on Elliott Avenue. $850 cash or  terms     Apply Alf. Gardiner. 20-lp  CLYDE TEAM, mare and gelding, 3 yra.;  Clyde mare colt, I year. Both mares  registered, unbroken. $500 forthe three;  8-h.p. Bat. Jap. Motor Cycle, two speed  and free engine, kick starting, in good  order. $225 cash; Dry, clean. Hen  Feathers, 20c por lb. A. W. Cooke,  Kelowna Field, Kelowna, B.C.   2l-2c  $2,200. Well - built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach.     Concrete   foundation,    cellar,  ��� roomy attic. $ House 32 x 28. Chicken  house and workshop. Apply P.O. Box  25. 2ltf  FOR SALE, few   good Jersey Cows.    A.  W. Dalgleish, Rutland, B.C. 2ltf  SITUATIONS VACANT  WAN TED, three Carpenters at once. Ap-  ply Okanagan Building  oc Trading Co.,  Ellis street. I7tf  WAN TED, at oner, Carpenter and Machine Man for sash and door factory,  Steady job for right man. Apply  Simpson's factory. 2ltfc  SITUATIONS WANTED  WINDOW, Office and House Cleaning,  and other odd joba wanted. . Arthur  Gardiner, Box 482, p  MISCELLANEOUS  VACUUM   CLEANER for rent.   Apply  W. R. Thompson, phone 342.        IBif  STRAYED, on to my place, Bay Pony  Colt, two years old, four while feet and  white atrip on face. No visible brand  If not claimed before April 24th, will be  sold to pay expenses. Phone 5002. J  W. Thompson, Box 418. 20-2c  LOST,   Lady's   Grey   .Straw   Hat, in bag.  Reward for return to Hunt's store.    21c  PARTNER WANTED in established butchering business.    Returned   man   preferred.   Apply P.O. Box 69, Kelowna  21-36  KELOWNA AQUATIC ASSOCIATION,  LIMITED  WANTED, Caretaker, far five months from  1st May. Must be swimmer and have  experience in life saving. Salary $100  a month and free rooms. Apply H: G.  M. Wilson, Secretary, on or before 22nd  April. 20-2  Introduces Important  New Bill  One of the most important bills  introduced this session came down  sponsored by Hon. J. D. MacLean,  miniater of education and provincial secretary, An interesting clause  in the new act provides for a  Ministry of Education,*' which  iocs not at present exist in this  province���the only province in the  Dominion so si'uated. The pro-  ncial secretary is now called  "Minister of Education" by courtesy  only, bul with the passage of the  bill Hon. Dr. MacLean will become  'Minister of Education" in actuality,  as well as provincial secretary. The  superintendent of health Dr. Young  becomes deputy minister of education. No administrative change  takes place, nor ate there any increases in salary.  The new act will give power to  boards of school trustees in any  municipal district having a high  School to affiliate with the University of British Columbia. Thia is a  provision such as was recently  sought by the city of Victoria.  The act further strengthens th-  compulsory attendance clauses in  the general act. *  Weather Report for March  Compiled by G. R. Binger  Max. Min.  1 ;.... 35   15*  2           38   15  3   38   *30  4   37   26  ,   5   34   25  6   32-   19  7   41   27  8   45   25  9 ���   51   33  10   48   25  11   49  29  12   50   35  13   45   35  14   44   34  15   42   33  16   40   26  17  44   26  18   50   33  19   46           27  20   48   30  21   48   34  ?l   49   34  23   48   29  24   53   35  25   44          26  26   47   26  27   47          29  28   51   34  29   55   38  30   46   34  31"   44   32  KYNOP8IH   OP  COAL  MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rlg-kta of tha Dominion  .1. Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and ln portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  air annual rental of $1 an aore. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one  applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the distriot ln  which the rights applied for are situated.  Bach application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded If the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  .In surveyed territories the land must  be described by seotlons or legal subdivisions or sections, and ln unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  stuked out by  the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine ahall  furnish the agent with Bworn returns  accounting for tin, full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, suoh returns shnll be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  hands.  W. W. CORY.  (N.B.��� Unauthorised publication of  mlH advertisement will not be paid for).  45.80  29  CARD   OF  THANKS  The family of the late Mrs. Rob-  bins desire to thank all those who  were so kindly sympathetic and  helpful during their recent bereavement.  FOR   SALE  Pure-bred W.C. Leghorn Eggs  Pen headed by Quisenbury male  $2 per setting.  Also Day old Chicks.  H. D.- RIGGS, Kelowna.  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, &c  Ready for Anywhere at Any Time  PHONE 5102  I guarantee prompt aervice  and satisfaction  THE WIDE OUTDOORS  Pure health.giving air and miles of  beautiful   surrounding   country are  yours for the asking, if yeu own a  car.  Of course, you want the  tirea kept  up  in  good   condition   and   don't  want to entrust  them   to  bungling  amateurs.  That's why  you'll   be   interested,  when you meet  with  a  puncture,  cut or  ohier tire  troubles, in  our  work in  VULCANIZING  VETERAN  VULCANIZING WORKS  Geo. Lane    -   Prop.  Comer of Bernard Ave. Ac Ellis St.,  Kelowna  A POETICAL ROBBER  The New   York   police   arrested James  Smith on Sunday, who entered   a baker's  shop, and   pointing a revolver at the head  of the proprietor, said :  "Say kid, just look me in the face,  I just dropped in to clean this place;  So come across with all you've got,  I never fail to hit the spot."  This rhyme ended, Smith   is alleged to  have "cleaned" the till and added :  "I thank you for this wad of dough,  And now, goodbye, 1 think I'll blow."  E. W. Wilkinson & Co*  Established 1693  Real Eatate and Insurance ;  Phone 254 Next door to Post Office  Two-storey house, 6 rooms, with bathroom, fully modem. Large verandah  back and front,  lot 50 z   120.   $3,500.  5$ 1,000 cash,1: balance easy payments.  Close in.  Two-sotrey frame house, 8 rooms, hot  and cold water, electric light, cement  basement, fully modern, good bara for  four horsee, carriage shed, wood shed,  lot 120 x 100. $4,500, Ulf cash, balance  -to be arranged.  Two-storey frame house, 8 rooms, bath,  room, good barn and shed, root cellar,  lot 50 x 122. $3,000, one-third cash,  balance to be arranged.  Bungalow, 7 rooms, fully modem, with  cement basement, one sere of choice  land, 12 bearing fruit trees, all good  varieties. $5,500. $3,000 cash, balance  to be arranged.  Two and a-half.. storey house, 40 x 48, 15  rooms, full basement and furnace, fully  modern, chicken house, stable, own irrigation system, 4} acres choice land with  a few bearing fruit trees. A snap, only  $10,000. Half cash, balance on easy  payments.  Two-atorey frame house, 6 rooms, bathroom and pantrv, good stable and woodshed, hot and cold water, and two lott,  $3,200. $1,500 cash, balance to bear-  ranged.  Two-storey frame house, 7 rooms, verandah back and front, bathroom, clothes  closets in 3 bedrooms, cellar and entrance hall, cellar and woodshed. $3,500  Will consider a caah offer.  We have  some very desirable  lots for  aale.   Call in and see our listings.  Oflice hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  (0 p.m.  Miss Marguerite Hill, the charming soprano, and Mr. Edwin  Brookes, the well known violinist,  will app ^ar at the Leslie Grossmith  conceit next Thursday in the  Morrison Hall.  An atrival from the old country  Tuesday was C. -Tucker���and his  bride. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, who  received many congratulations, will  take up reaidence on their* orchard  at East Kelowns.  r-jiaui  AUCTIONEERS  (We also sell privately)  Auctions Every  Saturday Afternoon  There is always lots of goods  coming in and you can usually  find what you want here.  NEW   SPECIALTIES)  Ranges  Congoleum Rugs  Aluminum ware  Dinner Sets  Granite ware  Building Paper  Tinware  Paints  Wall Paper  Come and aee us and send in anything you want to sell.  CASH   COUNTS   HERE  m  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses  Re-made  Pianos, occ.  Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna  Furniture Co,  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  Prime Baby Beef  Stall fed and of Al quality  Veal, Mutton and Pork  Some of the finest meat  to be had in the country  is on view thia week.  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Come and give us a trial.  Veteran Meat Market  Phone  183 Bernard Avenue  We deliver three times daily-  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired <V Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  Orchard for Sale  53 acres. 26 acres in trees, all good  varieties of Apples, 8 to 10'years  old. Balance of 27 acres is good  orchard land, at present used for  pasture. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Also connected with good system  for irrigation.  THOS.  BULMAN  Cloverdale Ranch  Vernon Road      Phono 3206  Plastering  BY   SKILLED        *�����  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box no  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  mmmtm


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