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 lCj3m*a\BW^  Iklotama Utcovb  w  claviV'  . ��***T  t.. ��-c  Victor**  VOL XL  NO. 47  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9, I9I9.-6 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Alter such a spell ot fine weather which we have been experiencing lately, it seemed very unfortunate lhat the elements should be  so unkind as they were yesterday  when a party of aome forty-five  members of the Vancouver Board  of Trade,--who are touring the  Okanagan,. arrived in Kelowna by  car from the north. Snow had  fallen on the higher level of the  hills the%revioua, night, and a bitterly cold wind made thing, very  unpleasant toy lhe.greater part of  the day. However, thia unoxpecl  ed turn' of events waa taken in  good part and the viaitor*, who are  given below, enjoyed the viait in  spite of it:       ,. i.�� .����� f -.  C A Crys'dale, Monarch Life Aaattrance  Co.; W. P. Rathbone, Crane Co.; Jamea  Calloway. McClary Mfg. Co.; J. W. McCabe  Mgr. Bank of Hamilton; C, J. Keller,  Soldier. Civil Rccstablishmcnt; W. R W,  Mcintosh, Kelly Douglaa ot Co., Ltd.; W.  G. McKenzie, Wood, Vallance' tt Leggat;  Dr. C W. Prowd; Stanley Black, Black  Bros.; R. K. Houlgate, Vancouver Financial Corporation ; Dr. H. H. Milburn; A,  C, Steven, Canadian'Bank of Cbmrnercej  A. M. Stevens, Royal Banlt, New West.  minster; H. J. Henderson, Hunter-Hend.  erson Paint Co.; R, P. McLennan, McLennan, McFeelv fit Co.; C. Spencer, David  Speacer Ltd.; W. J; Blake Wilson.P. Burn,  fit Cor}' A, A. Brookhouse,Cowen &|  Brookhouae; Duncan Gavin, Martin fit  Robertson; Hugh Daltorr, Canadian Mfg.  Ann.; j. P. D. Malbin. W. H. Melkin fit  Co.; H. J*" Little, Terminal City Iron Works;  N. Nelaon, New Westminster Brewery Co.;  A. S, Brenchley, F. R. Stewart fit Co.; G.  T. Cunningham, Cunningham Drug Stores;  Ale.. Marshall; J. H. Falconer, B.C Vine,  gar Work*; R. F. Arnett, Brake Creadon I  Co.; J. Moe, CP.R. ; W. H Leckie. J.  Leckie fit Co.; C Bonrall, Dominion Construction Co.; J. F. Sterihen; Ft. C; Purdy,  Purdy Confectionery Co. ; A A. Disney,  White Star S. S. Co.; Norman Cull, Opti-  clan; Scott E. Eaton, Success Busineaa  College ; W. E. Peyne, Vncr. Board of  Trade; John Nelaon, "World;" B. A. Mc.  Kelvie, "Province;" W. C Shellv. Shelly  Bros.; W. T. Wallace.  By co-operative effort on the  part of membera of the Board of  Trade, the viaitors. were entertained on their arrival at a luncheon  in tha Lakeview Hotel. Owing to  the brief time allowed before the  departure of the. party by boat for  the south the speechmaking had to  be very brief. President Pitcairn  of the Board ol Trade, acted as  chairman, Mayor Sutherland welcoming the guests on behalf of the  city. His worship also took occasion to point out the need of better  trade relatione between Vancouver  and* the Okanagan, the balance  having been too one-aided in the  past. Mr. J. W. Jones supplied the  guests .with Some interesting and  convincing figuren aa to the growth  and productiveness of the district.  Mr. Chris. Spencer, president of  the Vancouver Board, replied on  behalf of the visitors. He had been  , in Kalowna about twelve yeara  ago and was very much struck  with the great progress snd development which had taken place.  In tha interval between tha con,  elusion of the luncheon and the  arrival of the boat, the party made  good use of the time in inspecting  tha various industrial plants and  in visiting the orchards and other  . point*, ot interest,...  '���*>��� ���  W. J. Bowser Again  1   Conservative Leader  , Amid seenee of the greatest enthusiasm, and at what was declared  by many speakers to ba the largest  and most spirited political convention ever held in British Columbia,  W. J. Bowser was last week chosen  by the British Columbia Conservative Association, to be leader of the  Conservative party in-the province.  Only one other name was mentioned for the honor, but the  moment that he'was nominated,  Lome A.: Campbell of Rossland  arose from his seat and in a vigorous speech declared that he would  not allow his name to go before  the meeting. Mr. Bowser was, he  declared, the one man above all  othera in British Columbia beat  suited for the. leaderahip of the  party and, he added, 'the man  under whom the Conservative* will  undoubtedly sweep the province  at the next provincial election."  A dozen speakers from all parts  of the province vied with each  other in complimenting Mr. Bowser  on hia able work as leader of the  opposition in the Provincial House  and in acclaiming his qualifications  for the leadership of the Conservative party in British Columbia.  Farewell Concert by  Hiss Isolde Menges  Before an enthusiastic and fully  appreciative audience which.completely filled the theatre building,  Miss Menges yesterday gave what  ia understood to be her final concert in Kelowna before leaving to  resume her tour of Canada, and to  return to England. Only the merest  good furtune, so far as the public  are concerned, has made possible  so lengthy a stay here of so talented a musician as Miss Menges, and  although here for a holiday and  rest, her occasional performancea,  public and private, have been a  delight and an inapiration to all  music lovers.  In order that her farewell concert might give the maximum of  pleasure to her many friends Miss  Menges made up her programme  entirely of "request" pieces, thus  affording a  very varied selection.  Little more need be said here  regarding Mias Menges' wonderful skill and mastery of her violin,  or of the surpassing artistic insight  and true poetic feeling, which she  throws into every performance.  Endless tributes have been paid to  her genius hy those battel able to  judge'.' Enough that Kelowna has  for a time been fortunate in having  her here, and can indulge the hope  that she may return sometime.  No little of the success of' the  concert is to be attributed tp Miss  Eileen Beattie, whoae akill as. an  accompanist never fails under the  aeverest tests.  The programme consisted of  such - numbers as Mendelssohn's  Concerto," the ballet muaic from  Roaemunde" (Schubert), Bach's  "Prelude," "Introduction & Rondo  Capriccioso" (Saint-Saens). Kreis  ler waa represented by a pretty  "Caprice Viennoia," "Tambourin  Chinois," and an arrangement of  Paderewski's Menuet. Amid much  applause Miss Menges alao gave  Mr. H. Tod Boyd's "Somoan Lul.  laby," a composition which haa  already gained conaiderable popularity,  - In response to encores, which  were numerous. Miss Menges gave  "'The Rosary" {(Kreisler), Humor-  e'sk (Dvorak), "Liebesfrend," Kreisler.  Visiting Governor-General and  Party Are Shown Over District  Vice-Regal Party Arrive By Boat at NwOti���Make  Tour  of Inspection of Orchards and Packing Planta  At noon today Kelowna had the  honor of a visit from His Excellency  the Governor-General of Canada,  and the Duchess of Devonshire,  who were accompanied by their  daughter, Lady Dorothy Cavendish  and- Miss Edgerton. - The party  arrived at noon from the south by j  s.s. Sicamous, which had been  placed at the disposal of the Gov  ernor-general during his stay in the  Okanagan. No elaborate reception  had been arranged, partly in at  cordanr.o wilh His Excellency'*  own expressed wishes. The blast,  of the sirens, however, brought  quite a crowd to the wharf, where  the school children were already  lined up and cheering lustily as the  Duke stepped ashore.  The party was received by His  Worship the Mayor, thc president  of the board of trade, and others,  and after a number of formal pre  sentationa had been made, the  Duke at thr invitation of Col. Belson, walked over to the War Veterana' rooms. The Duke has  shown throughout a special interest in the war veteiane and complimented the diatrict on the great  services which had been rendered to the Empire.  After some further presentations  the party boarded the waiting cara  which were to take them an a tour  of the district, Accompaning the'  vice-regal party on their round of  the orchards and packing houses  were-Commander T. W. Stirling,  Mayor Sutherland, Mr. and Mm.  L. E. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Brnson,  W. A. Pitcairn, F. A Taylor, anil  others. A visit was also paid ro  Mr. L. Holman'ii tobacco sheds, t' e  Duke displaying great interest in  this industry.  Returning lo the boat luncheon  waa served on board, nfier winch  cars, were waiting to c>nvry lhe  party to Oyama, where the dulie  had.undertaken to open thu Full  Fair.  An interesting little err. mil y  performed by His Excellency in  his return fiom (he bent lies was  the decoration of Capt D, uglao  Cameron with the Military Cross,  a ceremom which would, by tlie  way, have been -eiformed by the  Prince of Wales, but fot the non  arrival of the medal,  lt had been the original plan tn  proceed by boat to the Landing,  but enterprising Vernon people  had aent cars down to Kelowna  and were waiting to take the Duke  by road. -  British Railway Strike  Comes To An End  British railway workera are re  turning to work following the con  cession, made by both strikers  and Government, which ended  Britain's greatest walkout. Both  aides claim victory. Under the  terma of settlement, wages will remain at their present level until  Sept. 30, 1920, when they will bi  reviewed in the light of existing  circumstances.    The Government  Grading on New Line  Started Through City  Without any ceremony, and indeed, unknown to moil people, an  event occurred in Kelowna thia  week which carries the deepeat  significance for the futun- welfare  of the district, and may probably  mark an epoch in its development.  The event waa none other than the  turning of the first sod in the construction of the railway which ia  to form a real link with the outside  world.  On Mondai, grading on the new  C.N.R. line w.thin the city waa  begun in eargest by subcontractor  W. P. Woods, of Vancouver, and  men and teams nre now at work  building up the grade from the  lake at a point a few hundred  yard, east of lhe C.P.R. car slip.  Mr. Woods has the contract for  the fust mile and a qu.n'ier eaat aa  far as the Binkhead Handbill, which  latier will be let separably as it  jnvolves Some considerable cutting. The right-of-way is being  leared lo the water edgr, but so  tar an it* course through the city is  concerned, piepeuts no great difficult;', and the mile and fa quarter  referred to will, it is figured, be  gr.ided in about nix weeka time,  ��� ���ven wilh the small gang which it  i* possible' to get. Labor is the  main difficulty, but thi* will no  doubt improve somewhat as soon  as the fruit is harvested.  Mr. Woods has in hand a further  mile of grading in the Woods Lake  diatrict when this end is completed. The contractor for the first  twelve miles, it might be mentioned, is D. A. Rankine.  Mr. Woods has no intention of  establishing a camp within the city  as he figures it easier to board hia  men out whilst so close in. He  himself ia at present on the lookout for a furnished house in order  to bring his family up from the  coast.  will pay arrears in wages which  were withheld- The Government  alao made the concession of reopening negotiationa with the  strikers, after Premier Lloyd  George had refuaed to engage in  further diacusaion until the men  returned to work.  The serious illness of President  V^ilson is causing much anxiety.  His condition has no doubt been  largely brought about by his having  overtaxed hia strength in attempting  to carry out a tour of the country  for the purpose of securing ratification of the Peace Treaty.  Forces Lined Up For  Big Loan Campaign  Preparations are being made  locally for the launching of the new  Victory Loan campaign, which is  to take place from Oct. 27th to  Nov. 15th.  At a meeting held Tuesday evening in the War Veterans' rooms,  Mayor Sutherland in the chair,  forces were lined up and committees appointed. The executive  committee will conaist of Mayor  Sutherland chairman, W. G. Benson vice-chairman, W. J. Mantle,  E. D. Braden, T. S. Ruffell. D. H.  Rattenbury, E. C. Weddell, E. Murdoch J. W. Jones, P. B. Willits. L.  V. Rogers, Grote Stirling and K.  Iwashita.  The publicity end will be handled  by T. S. Ruffell, E. D. Braden and  L. V. Rogers, while canvassers were  appointed a* follows: Messrs.  Msntle & Wilson; D. H. Rattenbury ; Okanagan Loan Co.; Hewetson & Mantle; Harvey, Duggan ec  Davies; N. D. McTr-vish; G. A  Fisher; C. H. Jackson, C. H. Bond.  E M. Carruthers,  Hair  &  Dodds  !Okanagan Mission), H. N Caesar  Okanagan Centre), and K. Iwashita. All applications for authority to canvass ahould be made al  once to the secretary of the I ��� ical  campaign. Col. Belson, whose  offices are in the G.W.V.A. rooms,  as no canvassers can be appointed  after the campaign has commenced  No objective has yet been assign  ed to Kelowna, but this will pro  bably be setiled on the visit of tin  provincial organizer who ia expect  ed shortly.  Capt. E. Gallant, of Vancouver,  representing the Department cf  Soldiera'Civil Reestablishment, waf  in town yesterday.  Premier Oliver ia expected tt  open the Penticton Fair on Thurs  day, the 15th inst,, in which case n  banquet in the premier's honor is  tabled for that evening at Hotel  Incola.  Tba Pince of Wales ia Now Nearing End of Canadian Tour PAGBTWO  KBLOWNA  RECOED  Thuraday, October 9.!  KELOSaiNA RECORD  ^ubliihed erwy Thw-idsy at K-ikmna,  -     BritlA C��femfau  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL  MINING  REGUliATlONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and in portion ol the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an aore. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one  applioant.  Applicationa for the lease roust be  made by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of |S, 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 sections or legal subdivisions oi sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall he  staked  out by the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for t*ic full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  roya]ty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Inolude the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surfaoe rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  ut 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  Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  JOHN LKATHLEI  ���Mrtar aad Proprirtor  Phone 243  Delivery  tl.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All ftinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  .SUBSCRIPTION   HATE8  fl.SO   per   yeu;   7fta���   six   month**..  Unit*****!  States 10 ONrts ad ditto*.!.  Subscribers at thu reaular rate can hftvs  eitra papers mailed to friends at a dlatunna  i\t HALF BATE. ..��.. 75 oast* par mr.  This  BDacial  i>rivil��ara   la   irantad   tor    tba  ouroosa of advartiiins *he olt? tad dlatrlet.  All subscriptions oa-rable la advaooa  ADVERTISING  BATES  LOUGE  NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  OABDS  ETC., 26  rants osr  column Inoh oer -Mak.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-SO dava. S8*  60  duva  17.  WATBR NOTICES-!? lor live insertions.  LEGAL   ADVERTIHIN-O-Flrst    inaertion.     M  cents oer line:  eaoh  sabee-im-nt  inaertion. S  cents- per line.  DISPLAY    AD-VEBTISBMENTS - Two   inohea  and under. SO oenta par Inoh lirst  inaertion  over two inches 40 oaata  per inoh tirst   im-  aertioa:   20  centa  nor inch each  aubeeooent  insertion.  CLASSIFIED    ADVERTISEMENTS -t oenta  per word    firat  inaertion,   1  oent per  word  each anb-wanent insertion.  All change* in contract advertisements muat  lift in the handa of ths printer by Tuesday  evening to ensure publication ia tbe next  laane.  Rutland News  (From our own cunv-ii.iridirnt).  A meeting of the Rutland Athletic Club waa held Monday night,  with President Leon Filz-patrick in  the chair.  Several important matters bearing upon the future of the Club  were discussed. Chief of these  waB the question of a club room,  and a committee was appointed to  endeavor to secure a site to which  the old schoolhouse building could  be moved and fixed up to serve as  headquarters.  The organization of a football  club was then taken up, Earl Bush  being elected captain, with Arthur  Gray, vice-captain. Arrangement*  were also made for a football match  between th' Y.P.S. and the Athletic  Club on Saturday, the 18th at 4  p.m.  The Athletic Club iB arranging a  dance to be held on Friday, the  17th, in the schoolroom, and are  asking the young ladies of the district to provide refreshments. An  admission of 75c. is to be charged  to all, which includes refreshments  Practically every Canadian soldier killed on the western front  during the great war wili have  decent burial in a proper cemetery  with the grave marked plainly and  suitably, says E. J. Glenesk of Vancouver who spent several montha  as Y.M.C.A. Secretary with the  Canadian War Graves Detachment  until that unit was disbanded and  the work turned over to the British  authorities for completion. Mr.  Glenesk says the work is being  done most thoroughly, not the  slightest sign that would indicate  the presence of a body underneath  being missed by the successive  waves of men who search every  foot of the ground. The Y.M.C.A.  had three secretaries with the detachment, each equipped with a  moving picture machine, a tent for  reading and recreation room, and  a canteen.  The Corporation  of The City  of Kelowna  FIREMAN WANTED  Application, will be received by the  undersigned up to twelve o'clock noon on  Saturday, I Ith October, for ��� poaition..  Fireman at the City'a Power House. Applicants are requeated to state aalary required and their qualifications for thi.  position.  C. H. DUNN.  Kelowna, B.C., Gty Clerk.  October l.t, 1919. 46-7  HERGA AMBLERS"  Leasone in Voice, Piano, Monologue*  HIGHEST REFERENCES  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONl*RACTOR  Cull Apples wanted for Evaporating  Highest Gash Prices paid for all Culls  and Sound Windfalls. The apples can be  delivered in sacks or boxes which will be  returned without] delay. For particulars  phone 131 or write  I Orchard City Evaporating Co., Cawston Ave.  sf . 1 ������  Random Remarks  By die Chiel  "A chiel'. amsng ya tmkin* notes and fetli, he'll  went them."���Bums.  Come here's a health to thee and thine;  Trust me, whate'er we may be told,  Few things are better than old wine  When tasted with a friend that's old;  We're happy yet. and in our track  New pleasures if we may not find.  There i. a charm in gazing back  On sunny prospect, left behind.  ��  Don't you think it wonderful that in a  busy, bustling, prosperity city like ours  there is so much restraint or orderliness  or whatever you may call it on the part  of our youths? 1 consider it not only  wonderful but highly laudable that on a  Saturday night, for instance, there is so  much peace and order on the street, and  that after the hard work and in many  cases long hours, which are the order of  the day at thi. season.  a        ��  a  There waa a remark in thi. column laat  week re the value of a smile, when it wa.  the expression of an "inward condition.  1 am herewith reminded ot a .mile I once  aaw on the face of an occasional companion of my late boyhood. This lad had  been given to long solitary walks at times,  but in his companionable mood t waa a  rather pleasant fellow. To be brief: he  dropped out of notice; waa not seen in  hi. u.u.l haunt., and bye and bye we hia  companions partly forgot liirn. Then one  evening 1 got an invitation to a dance  given to the healthier of the patients of an  inaane aaylum, who occupied the front  saata. The less fortunate of the inmate,  sat behind them and the writer was startled by seeing his erst-while companion  among the latter, gazing rapturously at  the ceiling, his featurea Wreathed in an  ecstatic smile. 1 have never forgotten that  smile and never will.  ���        m  a  1 notice that a writer in a coast daily  disposes of the great strike (now happily  just ended), by declaring that the strikers  be left to "stew in their own fat." This is  all very fine, but does not relieve other,  who also have to stew on account of such  strikes.  Am I right in thinking that the effort,  of our moral uplifter.���the great army of  forbidden ��� haa somewhat abated ? I  imagine they have, and therein rejoice,  because 1 do think that slacking of such  efforts makes for righteousness, at least,  that phase of righteousness commonly called honesty. The spirit that prompts the  cry "thou shalt not"���smoke, drink, dance,  play pool, &c, instead of .topping such  practices, i. only making tho world, if not  safe for hypocrisy, at least inclined to it.  Now ain't I a bad man I  There will be no parade of the  Wolf Cubs until further notice.  New boys will be allowed to join  when the Pack ia re-formed.  LIMITED  KELLER   BLOCK  KELOWNA  This is the Season for  Ranges  Coal and wood Heaters  Coal Hods     Stove Pipes  Buck Saws Axes  Cross-cut Saws  Hand Saws, &c.  Cider Presses  Washing Machines ard  Wringera  Wash Tubs  Wash Boards  Dairy Pails       Butter Prints  Creamery Cans  Preserving Kettles  Paints, Varnishes, Oils  Turpentine, Stains  Shingle Stain  Wall Paper Kalsomine  Alabastine Brooms  Mops       Cedar Oil  Dust Mops      Flower Pots  Hanging Baaketa  Crocks Jugs Lamps  Chimneys Lanterns  Lantern Globes  Congoleum Ruga  Door Mats       Coco Rugs  Jelly Jars  Enamelled Sinks  New Williama and Dominion  Sewing Machines  Sharplea Suction Feed Separators  Household Fireproof Safes  We can and will make you  a saving  CASH COUNTS HERE  Stockwell's, Ld., Kelowna  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  H  The  Smartly-Attired  Man  is invariably particular about his overcoat. He wants it  cut after a certain model that appeals to him; he wants  it to fit properly; he wants a material that suits Us tests  and that will give him satisfactory service.  LAILEY-TRIMBLE, Limited  MASTER  CLOTHES   BUILDERS  i   TORONTO    have a thoroughly skilled organization who  know how to make you the kind of overcoat  you will be proud to wear.  ' Their range of new woolen, is of th. high quality that particular  aa.n insist on, in a fine assortment of weaves and color*.  Whether you need a n.w overcoat, a suit, or both, you will do  w.ll to pay us a vi.it and let us know what the foremost Canadian  designers have produced for your approval.  Oak Hall Clothing Company  KELOWNA  TAKE A TIRE REPAIR KIT  with you. You may. not need it at all. But. if you  ahould it will be worth many times its cost. Our tire  kits contain everything requisite to repairing ordinary  accidents. With the aid of its contents you can drive  your ear to a garage where more permanent repairs  can be made.   Takes but little room and but little'cash  GOODYEAR Tires service station  OnlOU Gat Lubricating Oth   i '��� '���ar-T7'.-!,Tr,i.i,i.��  "������"������ l;/^=g.*T.*a'i-,.u..i,^^li^a;,..'*Bsryjw.T.:ai^.iaii��  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi  &  Lawrence  j. W. B. BROWNE. Propriotor  DAY ud NIGHT  SERVICE  Day��7  Night 7��  SATURDAYS  SPECIAL SALE OF.  MAZDA  On Saturday we shall have on sale a special shipment  of the famous EDISON MAZDA, the lamp which  will save you big money on your monthly electric,  light bills. It gives two and a-half times as much  light as the carbon incandescent, with tha same consumption of currant, and better light, tool  ITS THE ONLY, ECONOMICAL   LAMP  We have them in sizes from  15 to 200  Large New Stock of  Electrical Fittings  See us about your  Wiring  CAMPBELL'S  Bicycle and Electric Shop Pendozi Street  CHRISTMAS Presentation APPLE  FOR THE <&D COUNTRY  Wa will deliver, all charges paid, to aay part el England, Scotland al  Wales, a bos ol FANCY EXPORT APPLES lor $3.50.   Orders aat  be received by us not later than  OCTOBER IB, and assampaaiad  Expreaa money order, or marked cheque, with exchange added.   WIU  THS ADDRESS PLAINLY so as to ��void mistake..  OKANAGAN UNTIED GROWERS  -  VERNO  Your Friends in the Old  Country are short of Fruit  SEND   THEM A BOX OF  Apples for Xmas  We have a car of choice No. 1 Cox's Orange  Pippins rolling for London. Send us your orders,  this week if possible.  Price $550 per box  Delivered to any address in the United Kingdom  *���  Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd.  PHONE 34 Thursday,"October"9,'1919  KELOWNA  RECORD  PAGE THEE**,  Edited by "\  Orders for  Local  Scouts  Kelowna Troop.  Troop First; SaliLaat  si7~Oct. 7. 1919  ORDERS by commend for week  endingOctober 16, 1919.  DUTIES i Orderly patrol for  week. Beavers; nest for duty, the  Wolves.  PARADES: Orders for parade  at the clubroom on Saturday, the  I Ith inst., at 2 p.m., are cancelled.  The combined troop will parade  in uniform on Saturday the 18th  inst, at the same place and at the  .same hour. From* the clubroom  th. troop will proceed to Knox  Mountain, and before reaching the  latter will divide in two, ths two  parties so formed continuing their  journey to different sides of the  mountain.   When arrived at their  destination the game of "Scout  Meets Scout" will commence, and  will end with a bugle call as signal.  The combined troop will parade  at the clubroom on Tuesday the  14th of October, at 7.15 p.m.  ���* ���  On Tuesday this troop had an  honour bestowed upon it which it  is seldom the lot of a troop of this  aixe to receive. Since the Prince  of Wales had expressed a wish  that he should see scouts wherever  he went, we called a special parade  in his honour, and were fortunate  enough to be inspected by him in  the City Park. The Prince spoke  to the Scoutmaster personally, and  seemed greatly pleased by the  showing the troop made. It is  hardly necessary to say how pleased the troop were to see their future  king, as they expressed their own  feelings by cheering him to th.  echo.  ���        a  a  Mr. Thomas, former Scoutmaster  of th. Seymour Troop, Vancouver,  and,an assistant scoutmaster of this  troop, has bean visiting in town.  t>      *  ���  A continuation of the winning  scout diary:���  Reveille was blown at 7.30 and  we turned out to air bedding and  wash. Then there wis a parade  ior prayers and to hoist the Bag.  The firat meal call blew and we  had breakfast. This was followed  by tent inspection, which was won  by the Cougars. Then we had  some physical drill and tidied up  th. camp-grounds, and prepared  for races. Free-to-patrols came  just before dinner. Diary writing  followed dinner, but there was no  compulsory rest. From 2.30 to 5  was sec apart for sports. These consisted of the usual races and jumps,  and others. The Wolves got the  highest points and the Beavers  second.  Then came a bathing parade.  We all climbed onto the punt and  rowed and performed in front of  the visitors. Free-in bounds came  next and lasted till 7 o'clock when  we sat down to supper. When  supper was over w. fell in and  chose sides for the scout game of  rival despatch bearers. The sides  were Beavers, Wolves and Owls  against th. Otters, Eagles and  Cougars. Th. despatch bearers  were Patrol Leader Bert M; Davis  and Second Ted Small, of th.  Cougars. The two were each given  a message in Morse and they had  to get through the enemy guarding  party and deliver and read the  message to Scoutmaster Weddell.  Ted Small was caught without  much difficulty but Bert Davis got  through and his side won. Camp-  fire followed next and during thia  time Francis Buck drove down  bringing with him Assistant Cub-  master Bartholomew, Robert Dykes,  Godfrey Grovea and Johnny Butler.  They spent the night and the three  former left early Friday morning.  Quite soon after the arrival of theae  visitors we turned in for a good  long sleep.  Friday, July I Ith, 1919. Reveille  woke us early and we fell in for  washing parade. Then we got  dressed and had prayers. By that  time breakfast was ready. After  breakfast we had tent inspection,  and other items were followed by  dinner at I o'clock. After dinner  came compulsory rest hour came  various item*, of routine, and later  we had time to get our diariea and  maps of the camp finishad. Then  came our daily Court of Honour  followed by supper.   After supper  Expenditure of  How the last  Victory Loan  was spent  TDEFORE buying Victory Bonds again you may want to  know how Canada used the money you loaned her last  year  Canada borrowed the money to carry on the war and to provide credits for Great Britain and our Allies  QONSIDERABLY more than one-half of the Victory  Loan 1918 was spent on our soldiers This included  $312,900,000 for paying them feeding, them bringing them  home, separation allowances to therr dependents maintenance  of medical services and vocational training schools  For  Demobilization  59,000.000 of the Victory Loan 1918 was paid on account  of authorized Soldiers gratuities  9.000,000 was spent at Halifax for relief and reconstruction  after the disaster  , For Trade  Extension  Other disbursements were not strictly speaking, expenditures, but National Re-investments  To Great.Britain for example  $173,500,000 was loaned for the purchase  of our  wheat and cereals"  $9,000,000 for our fish  $30,000,000 for other Foodstuffs  $2,900,000 for Canadian built ships  $5,500,000 to pay other British obligations in Canada.  Making in all $220,900,000 advanced to Great Britain  To our Allies, we loaned $8,200,000 for the purchase of  Canadian foodstuffs, raw materia! and manufactured  products  The Re-investments will be paid back to Canada in due  time, with interest  These credits were absolutely necessary to secure the orders  for Canada because cash purchases were impossible  They have had the effect of tremendously helping agricultural and industrial workers to tide over the depression that  would have followed the Armistice, had we not made these  credit loans  As far as money is concerned, 1919 has been, and is still���  just as much a war year as 1918. Our main expenditures  for war cannot be completed until well on into 1920. Thus  another Victory Loan is necessary���Gel ready to buy.  Victory Loan 1919  'Every Dollar Spent in Canada"  l.farCaaasls-sl  er-yflOe  Packet of  WILSONS  FLY PADS  . WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN  \$i��-WORTH  OF ANY  STICKY fTY CATCHER  Clean to handle. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores.  we went down to the camp-fire on  the beach and listened to stories  and music around it. As it waa  our last night the Patrol-Leaders  thought it would be good fun to  form a brotherhood into which  every member of the troop was to  be initiated. The leaders met in  the Wolves tent and soon had  everything read}. They were attired in pyjamas and turbans made  of towels, and presented a very  awe-inspiring spectacle, to the  joining members. When the recruit entered the tent he was passed along a line and received  whacks with a piece of board. This  over he waa requested to bend  over ah apple box and he then got  some more whacks. If he went  through this without making a fuss,  he was told he had received whacks  with great credit. He was then  ordered to drink some water and  repeat a long string of words. Then  the newlv-joined brother shook  hands and passed out to try and  convince other scouts to come and  be initiated. When this ceremony  was over we went to our own tents,  and if there were any pies uneaten,  we finished them, if not we went  to sleep. There were no guards  posted that night.  Monday  next   is   Thanksgiving  Day���a Dominion Holiday.  COURT OF REVISION  In the matter of the Scotty Creek Development Diatrict.  A Court of Revision will be held at the  Ellison Schoolhouse, Vernon Road, Kelownn, on Thursday, the 6th November  next, at 10 a.m. 47tf  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Auction  At the Keller Block  Every Saturday,  Commencing Sat., October 18,  At 2 o'clock  We have listed quite a lot of  Houaehold Furniture, aeveral good  Horses, Harness and Wagons, and  also a first-class Jersey Cow, due  October 23rd.  List with us .. early as possible anything you win to sell.  Stockwells, Ltd. - Auctioneers  The Best Quality  of Meat  at the Lowest Possible  Prices  This is what we aim to give the people  of Kelowna, and  increasing   business  ���hows that we are doing it.  Veteran Meat Market  J. E- Jam..   - Ifrop.  Phone 183- Bernard Avenue  Caah ond Carry  The true meaning oi  TAILORING  r* may take a little  longer time to hand-  tailor a garment, but it  is worth while, and for  perfect satisfaction, wa  endorse  .fi  MADE -TO - MEASURE  CLOTHES FOR MEN  We honestly beli.ve that  for all B.MOD aervice, as well  as for economy In dollars  and cents, you must order  Individually - tailored cloth..  ���and w. offer you the very  highest type ol .si vies that Is  possible from human hands  aad brains.  Von will understand the  tns meaning of "Tailoring"  when you . order your ra��art  suit or overcoat hem,  HF.HICKS i  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to. have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, -Sec.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna Furniture Co.  Professional Cards  BURNE y .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. G. Weddell.   ' -   John P. Bnrne.  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR Sr BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ing8,Town and Country Residences'  JOHN CURTS, KfLOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Cu.Soc.CE.:  Consulting Cloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Surceuor  Surveys end Reports oa lirinaon Works  Applications for Water Licensee  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  Residence      313  Vernon, B.C.  Cell, left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  '    (Ute29thB.lt.)  B. C Laad Surveyor  Hewetson &t Mantle Black Kelowna  Moving in in October. Address meanwhile  REVELSTOKE, B.C HI  rMMwom  KBLOWNA   RECORD  TWaday. ��tetot*r9.1919  9SS  IN AID OF THE SALVATION ARMY HOME SERVICE  DEMOBILIZATION AND RECONSTRUCTION PLANS  Kelowna District Objective is  $1,000.00  Hostels for Soldiers  TORONTO  KINGSTON  LONDON. ONT.  CHATHAM  WINNIPEG  VANCOUVER  CALGARY  VICTORIA  PORT ARTHUR  QUEBEC  HALIFAX  ST. JOHN, N. fi.  HAMILTON  Help "Our Boy." Get  Re-established in  Civil Life  PATRONS  H. M. The King, Admiral  Sir J. Jellicoe, President  Wilson, Admiral Sir Roslyn  Wemyss. The Duke of  Connaught, F. M. Sir Douglas Haig; The Duke of  Devonshire, Govemor-Gen -  eral of Canada; Rt. Hon.  Sir R. L. Bord -n, Premier  of Canada; Liettt.-Govern-  or Hon. Sir F. Birnard,  K.C.M.G.; Hon. John Oliver  Premier of British Co'um  bia; Hon. John Hutf, Min  ister of Finance; Hon. J. W.  deB. Farris, K C., Attorney  General; Mr. W.J. Bowser,  K. C; His Worship th  Mayor.  OVERS!  HUTS  REST ROOMS  REFRESHMENTS  COMFORTS  NAVAL AND  MILITARY HOMES  IN ALL LARGE  CENTRES  THE BOYS STILL  NEED US  Lat Ua Reader Thi.  Sarviea For Yeu  OBJECTS OF THE  CAMPAIGN  1. Hostels   for   Returned  Soldiers.  2. Prison and Police Court  work.  3. Employment and  Ad-  vice Bureaux.  4. Missing Friends Depart  ment  5. Rescue and Maternity  Homes.  6. Children's Homes.  7. Corps   in   cities   and  towns.  8. Relief work.  "Over There, They Delivered the Goods," so the Returned Boys Say���Ask Them  Over TWO MILLION DOLLARS Spent on WAR WORK by the SALVATION ARMY  Over 1,200 Salvationists engaged in Salvation Army war work. 550 Huts were erected and operated for  the benefit of men of the Allies. Over 100,000 Salvationists and adherents enlisted in Allied armies. Sixty-  five motor ambulances provided and operated by Salvation Army officers and experienced workers. 150,000  wounded men taken from battlefields in Salvation Army ambulances. 500,000 soldiers and sailors catered to  in Salvation Army naval and military institutions weekly. _ If you appreciate their labors in the interest of the meii  during the period of war and can trust them during the period of reconstruction, give them assurance m the way of a  substantial lift over the top in this their first financial campaign for war purposes. You have' given liberally to every  appeal in the past, and your gifts have been appreciated and enjoyed by the boys.  TO AID  LAST TO APPEAL  ���**vrl*.l****ll|l**MHl|   irtll,-  ���- ��� ���������������������-  - ���- ������������������   ���- ��� ��������� ��� ������  ��� Thuwday, October 9,1919  S3O0WMA IBCOID  PAGE FIVE  /T*Si**^^$��^Ur  Ejf ~*��� ii***r,  PHONE 361  KELOWNA  Cretonnes & Curtain Materials  EXCEPTIONAL valuesare.^  1 being shown in new Cret^p       MS *' \  net)  and- Curtain Materials*       I jfl 111  The Cretonnes come in designs that  are excellent for.all pur  Curtain Materials ctSae in Voile  and Marquesette. Sorn^ore in cot  owed, designs while others coma  Hemstitched and Lace Edged de>  New import Casement  Cloths  come   ia  excellent colourings of , -  Blue, Rose, Green. Brown. Biscuit  and White. Priced from $1.35 to $1.50  Underwear for Fall  The new assortment of Peerless Knitted Underwear is  now in stock and the values are exceptionally good.  Peerless Underwear is well known for its excellent fitting  and wearing qualities and is much appreciated by those  who have given this brand a trial. We have many qualities in Vests, Combinations, Drawers- and Bloomers  from which to choose.  A^OOuCrilft 1 Premlus on Uwrence  At.  Manufacturing Co. ^m  For Furniture of all kinds made to order. Store and  Office Fittings.. Good storage to rent.  Building Conttactors' Estimates Furnished  Second Hand and Antique Furniture and Goods ol all kinds  bought or sold on. commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  We are prepared to buy Windfalls  nr   i ^    i * "    '"  and Cull Apples in any quantity and  . '*t����tasMMsiMMsn>awswst^mmsstmsti^smismmsmmmmtymtstttmsimttttttmsstttw  will pay $20 to $25 par ton if in  reasonable condition ior. Canning or  Drying  Boxes Supplied  Tom AIL Your Apples lots Money.  Canners B. C  ��� LIMITED -  4/*^rS/\^.*'\4��srf\/Ns��V\s��il.*''V\yil^V  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 - 60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2- 38c      ���        ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  H. W. Bell-Irving, of Vancouver,  was a visitor in Kelowna Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chappie  were down from Armstrong Thursday last  Mrs. C. E. Fraser of Vemon was  a visitor Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. F. R. E. DeHart  spent last weekend at Kamloops.  Mrs. E. Campbell Mclntyre is  up from the coast this week  Miss Edna Batsman, who has  been the guest of Mrs. Geo. Barrat,  left for Summerland today.  Mr. and Mrs. Gowsn, who have  been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Palmar  for the past two weeks, left Saturday for Calgary.  The Kelowna W.C.T.U. will meet  nest Tuesday' afternoon, at 3  o'clock, in the Baptist Church.  Special business will be convention  reports from the delegate, Mrs.  Symonds.  Special Salvation Army services  conducted by Brigadier McLean of  Vancouver, will be bald in Morrison small hall on Sunday next at  3 p.m. and 8 p.m.  Mr. J. W. Jones. M.L.A., who  attended the annual convention of  the Good Roads League at North  Vancouver Monday, was elected  to the directorate for the ensuing  year.  The first tax sale held in En-  derby was not a big success. There  were 25 parcels of land offered for  sale, but unfortunately there were  no purchasers and the lands were  knocked down to the city.  Mrs. R. W. Knowles, sister-in-law  of Aid. J. B. Knowles, and hereon,  are-at present on a visit to Kelowna.  Miss Lena Wilson, whose marriage is announced to take place  shortly, was given a "shower** Tuesday dvening at the home ot Mrs.  J. B. Knowles, when nearly a hundred guests were present.  An arrival on Tuesday's boat  was Harold DeHart, who recently  returned from England. Leaving  Kelowna about three years ago  with the intention of joining the  artillery, he ultimately enlisted with  the Flying Corps, and was. in the  Texas camp for some time training.  From there he went to England  and transferred to a machine gun  corps.  A special meeting of the Ladies'  Hospital Aid Society will be held  in the Women's Institute, room, opposite Knox Church, on Saturday  afternoon, Oct. 11, at 3.30 p.m. for  the purpose, of deciding the winner  of the Better Babies Contest. Thia  will be done by drawing and all  members are specially asked to be  present Afternoon tea will be  served.  The Rev. Hugh Dobson, western  secreiary for socja.1 service, will be  the speaker at the Sunday morning  service in'the United Church. Mr.  Dobson is one of the best known  authorities on aocial problems in  western Canada and has many for',  mer friends in Kelowna.  Next Sunday Thanksgiving Services will be held, at tbe Knox  Union Church. The.evening service will be a musical one and in  additon to special Harvest Anthems  by the choir, Mr. A. G. Williams  will sing "A Dream of Paradise,"  and Mr. Drury Pryce will play a  violin solo.  hSV^y��#^ss^*ssi^s%sVs,yaf.s^*^^sa*Va^wAS��f%  WWWS.^W^W  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing aad Repair.  Phone, t Business 164 s feaUencs 91  P.O. Boa 22  The Cold  Weather  holds little terror lor tba man  who haa nice warm fast Ol  course, even Dark's Footwear  can't save somo from that malady  commonly : celled "cold Iaot"  j Ev.n lor sum. oi these individuals I have a treat In Mora aad  may any day now display it.  Thsn w.tch tha atampeda���  Dsrksutr.nl  Chas, Dark  The Fair Sbssma  The Misses Turnbull went to  Vancouver Monday for a holiday.  Sam McCurdy, who recently returned from overseas, and who has  been staying with his uncle, Geo.  McCurdy for the past month, left  for his home at Keremeos Tuesday.  The Jack McMillan Chapter of  the I.O.D.E. will meet at the home  of Mrs. W. Lloyd-Jones on Tuesday, Oct. 14th, at 3 p.m.  Cheques and orders for prizes  won at the FalWFair will be ready  Monday at the office of the secretary, H. G. M. Wilson (Messrs.  Mantle <St Wilson, nest to tbe Poet  Office.)  Mr. Harrison Watson, Canadian  Trade Commission in London,  England, was. in town this week in  a courae of a visit through the  valley.  Penticton took first prize in the  district fruit exhibits at the Provincial Exhibition, being awarded 945  points out of a possible of 1,000,  and Burnaby was second with 620  points.  Fruit growers are having their  own troubles just now, possibly as  an onset to the bountiful crop.  What with congested shipping arrangements, shortage of boxes and,  during the past day or two, further  high winds to bring down the fruit  from the tree the life of the orchard-  ist is not altogether a happy one.  The daylight saving plan brought  into effect in British Columbia in  March last by special -eet of the  legislature will terminate on Octf  31, next. Many have -been under  the impression that it passed with  the end of September. But such  is not the case. The order-in-council paaaed by the cabinet bringing  the plan into effect specifically set  forth October 31st as the term of  its duration.  Harvest Thanksgiving Services  will be held in the Baptist Church  on Sunday next. In the morning  service will be at II, and in the  evening at 7.30. The church will  be appropriately decorated and  an anthem'will be sung by the  .choir in. the evening.. The Rev.  W. F. Price will speak in the morning on "God's Overflowing Bounty"  and in the evening "A Prosperous  Life and How to Attain it."  The Hospital Society grotetully acknow.  ledge the following donations lor the  month of September: Mra Dundas, box  peaches: Mr. S. M. Gore, 6 chicken*;  Kelowna Creamery, 10 lbs. butter; Mr.  DuMoulin, box of apples; Mr. H V. Chap-  tin, 8 boxes poaches, box plum, and box  pears and box crabs; Dr. Giles, box  plums; Mr. Cosens, box melons; Mrs. A.  Soames, box plume; Geo. Patterson, box  plums.; Henry Burtch, box plume, 2 boxes  prune.; Miss Walker, 3 boxes plums, box  leache.; W.hron Bros., 2 boxes apples,  iox squash; Mr. Renwick, box peacne.;  a friend, fish; Master Bert Cooper, fish;  Dr. Boyee, box peaches; Mr. Fumerton.  box peaches; Mr. Sweeney, box prunes;  Harvest Festival. Church or England, fruit  add vegetable.; Mr. Hutfie, 2 sacks onions.  2 sack, potatoes; E. Murdoch, 110.  When using \.  WILSONS  FLY PADS  Nfe,    REAU   OIBtCl.lO'i'*  ���^V' CAREFliLtY AND /  FOLLOW THEM 7  more effective than Sticky Ply  Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by  Druggists and Grocers everywhere.  Automobil<  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   ���   Phone 180  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor. ���  Rower Belt work up to  20 H.P.  KELOWNA  AVERY 5-10 Model B TRACTOR  Price $825, f.o.b. New Westminster  THIS is an ideal Tractor for the fruit fanner. Designed  to pull the load of three horses, and will accomplish  as much as four horses in a day. Selective Gear  Transmission���three speeds, I and one-half, 2 and one-  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter miles per hour, Rear wheel  38 inches high, 10-inch face. Turns in I0j-foot radius.  Total length 135 inches; wheel base 78 inches; weight  2,600 pounds.  Anyone interested may have a derrtonstretion.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone 150  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Friday & Saturday-Cecil B. DeMille'a  "The  Squawman."  with all-star cast. - Adults 35c, Children 15c  Monday & Tuesday���"The N'er Do Well," and in addition an  excellent comedy.  Wednesday & Thuraday���Vivian Martin in "Mirandy Smiles."  Eveaisg, 7.30 k 9.  Matinee Saturday st 3 p.m.  Quality and Service  rlS is onr motto, and we are proud of it. But did you  ever stop to think just what Caaorao Service means >  One of the largest and best equipped storea in Britiah  Columbia, carrying a full and complete atock, ia at your command at all times���and anzioua to please you.  The Finest Quality of  Home-Fed Meats  Produced largely on our own ranches. No expense is spared  to improve the quality of our herds, which are amongst the  finest in the interior. There a no need to ask tf me have it.- We  always have the best of Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c, to suit all requirements. Just order what vou want and it will be delivered  promptly when you want it.  Hams       Bacon       Cooked Meats       Sausages  Prepared in the most skilful manner.  FRESH FISH  BUTTER  CASORSO BROS.  The Sanitary Meet Merket  Wholesale fit Retail Meat & Fish Merchants    Phones 178 * 179  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE. PASSENGER)  CHEVROLET  Econoixii<^!Epin8jf  Flexible      Powerful      Comfortable  as any Six  TMC  CHEVROLET  BABY GRAND  is ths fcest Value lor the money on tho market lodey  PRICE $1,750  F.o.b. Kelown.  Agent ��� Showroom. ;  MA. ALSGARD     THE OIL SHOP PACE SIX  KELOWNA   RECOM  Thursday, October 9,1919  ial Prizes Are  Feature of Fall Fair  Complete List of Valuable Prizes Wilh Their  Winners Given Below  2 To the exhibitor winning the largest number of lat  prizea in Div. VII, one year's .subscription to Farm and  Fireside Magazine.   C. E. Weeks.  3 To the exhibitor winning the largest number of 2nd  prizes in Div. VII, one year's subscription to Farm and  Fireside Magazine.   W. K. Lawes.  4 To the exhibitor matting the largest number of entries'  (winners of two preceding prizes not eligible) in Div. VII,  vegetables, one year'a subsciiplion to Farm and Fireside  Magazine.    T. W. Stirling.  5 To the exhibitor winning the largest number of  1st prizes in Div. X, one year's subscription to Farm and  Fireside Magazine.    Chas. McCarthy.  6 To the exhibitor winning the largest number of 2nd  prizes in Div. X, one year'a subscription to Farm and Fireside Magazine.    Mrs. Aitken.  7 To the exhibitor making the largest number of entries  (winners of two preceding prizes not eligible), in Div. X,  floral, one year'a subscription to Farm and Fireside Magazine.    F. M. Keevil,  8 To the exhibitor winning the largest number of  prizes in Div. IX, fruits, 12 Mcintosh Red apple trees.  Given by the British Columbia Nurseries Co. Ltd., Vancouver, B. C    Bankhead Orchard Co.  9 Best Cow in show. Prize, 10 lbs. Great West tea,  green label. Given by Western Grocers Limited, Vancouver, B.C.   A. W. Coolte.  10 The Canadian Poultry Review, 164, Adelaide St.  West, Toronto, Ont., Canada's leading poultry paper, offers  one year'a subscription for the best pair of White Wyandottes.   Sybil Gage-Brown.  11 The Canadian Poultry Review, 184, Adelaide St.  Wes\ Toronto, Ont., Canada's leading poultry pap^r, offers  one year'a subscription for the best pair of Leghorns.  D. Ennis.  12 The Canadian Poultry Review, 184, Adelaide St.  West, Toronto, Ont., Canada's leading poultry paper, offers  one year's subscription for the best pair of Barred Plymouth  Rocks.    G, S. McKenzie.  13 Best pen Barred Rocks. $2.50, given by F. E. R.  Wollaston.     G. S. McKenzie.  14 Best pen White Wyandottes. $3, given by Richard  Smith.    W.M.Todd.  15 Best pen White Leghorns. Three pound of tea,  given by D. D. Campbell.    C. B. Latta.  16 Second beat pen White Leghorns. Two pounds of  tea, given by D. D. Campbell.    D, Ennis.  17 Best pen White Rocks. $2, given by A. E. Latta, A.  I. Dawson.  18 Beat pair Young Ducks. $2, given by Kelowna Meat  Market.    G. F. Coventry.  19 Highest Scoring Egg Type. $2.50 value, given by  Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.    A. W. Cooke.  20 Best pen Buff Orpingtons. $3, given by G.C.Renfrew.  It, Johnstone.  21 Best pair Geese. $2, given by Palace Hotel. E. A.  !)ay,  22 Hest White Leghorn Cockerel. $2.50, given by  Anthony Casorso.    D. Ennis.     ,  23 Best Egg Type Pen, Ireavy breed. One pound of  ' -a and one pound of coffee, given by the McKenzie Co.,  ; .td.    R. Johnstone.  24 Best Egg Type Pen, li^lit  breed.    One pound of tea  ��� id one pound of coffee, given by the McKenzie Co., Ltd.  IX Ennis.  25 Highest Scoring Egg Type Pullet. One pound of  *���** and one p.mud of  coffee, given by the McKenzie Co.,  i. d.    D. Ennis, W. M. Todd, R, Johnstone   tied   with 235  t core.  26 Best Male Bird in show. Whip value $2.50, given  [./ W. R. Glenn & Son.     A. I. Dawson.  27 Largest number of exhibits of one variety (Poultry).  (���'., given by G. C. Renfrew.    R. Johnstone.  28 Best White Wyandotte Cockerel. $2, given by Rich-  �����   1 Johnston.   Sybil Gage-Brown.  29 Best Orpington Cockerel. $3, given by D. Ennis. D.  K mis.  39 Best Silver Campine, male. Box apples, given by G.  i  iwcliffe.   Alf. Notley.  31 Best Pair Rabbits. Box apples, given by O. Dendy.  i. I. Loftus.  \l Best Old Utility Pen White Leghorns. Box apples,  K /en by W. Marshall.    Alf. Notley.  33 Best pair Dressed Chickens, 1919 hatch.    $5, given  ��� v Casorso Bros.     F. M. Keevil.  (4 Beat pair Flemish   Rabbits.  :|] wisher.    F. Nixon.  Box   apples, given by a  35 Best Parti Colored Male, other than Reds and Cam-  ,-��� tes.    Box apples, given by Axel Eutin.    S, M. Gore.  36 Best display of one variety, not less than eight birds.  ���������<> years subscription  to the Kelowna Record, given by  j   Leathley*-   A. I. Dawson.  *7 Second Best Display. One years subscription to the  .  lowna Record, given by J. Leathley.   R. Johnstone.  '8 Best dozen White Shelled Eggs. One years subscrip-  i n to the Kelowna Courier, given by T. S. Ruffell. D.  ��� -mis.  39 Best dozen Brown Shelled Eggs. One years subscrip-  m ��n to the Kelowna Courier, given by T. S. Ruffell. " AW.  , Jot ley.  40 Best pair Belgian Hares. One years subscription to  1 ie Kelowna Courier, given by T.S. Ruffell. Ivy Ashworth.  p 41 To the exhibitor winning the largeat number of  o lints in Div. V. One case of evaporated applet, value  ���>I0, given by the Orchard City Evaporating Co.  D. Ennis.  42 Best Leghorn Cock. $?.50, given by Wm. Haug. D.  .'mi in. \  4) Best Houdan in Show. Box of apples,' given by T.  itulraan.    E. Mills.  44. Beat Display of White Leghorn-.. One box apples,  given by Harvey, Duggan fit Davies.   D. Ennis.  45 Best White Leghorn' Female in Show. One box  apples, given by Harvey, Duggan & Davies.   Alf. Notley.  46 Best Barred Rock Female in Show. One box apples  ;jiven by Harvey Duggan ot Davies.   G. S. McKenzie.  47 Beat White Wyandotte Female in Show. One box of  apphs, given by George Harvey.-   Sybil Gage-Brown.  48 Best Buff Orpington Female in Show. One box of  tipples, given by B. C. Growers, Ltd.   R, Johnstone.  49 Beat Display of Buff Orpingtons in Show. One box  apples, given by B. C. Growers, Ltd.   R. Johnstone.  50 Best Ancona Male in Show. One box annlfn oi'u*.,  by B. C. Growers, Ltd.   S. M. Gore. PP    ' PVe"  51 Best Parti-colored Female, other than those above  ���nentioned. Half case mixed canned goods, value $4 riven  hy Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd.     Alf. Notley.  ��� 52 To the ex hi bit or. winning largest number of points in  "ggs. Half case mixed canned goods, value $4, riven bv  Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd.   Alf. Notley. y  53 Best Exhibition Female in Show. $2.50, given by  Dominion Canners, Ltd., per E. L. Cross. Sybil Gage-  Brown.  54 Best Egg Type Pen in Light Breeds. $2.50, given  by Dominion Canners, Ltd., per E. L. Cross. D. Ennis.  55 Best Leghorn Coqfcerel.   One year's subscription to  , Farm and Home.   D. Ennis. '  56 Best Leghorn Pullet. One year's subscription to  Farm and Home.    C B. Latta.  57 Best Campine in Show. One year's subscription to  Farm and Home.   Alf. Notley.  58 Second Best Egg Type f*en,,Light Breda One year's  subscription to Farm and Home.   H. J, Day.  59 Best Barred Rock Cockerel. ��>��e year's subscription  to Farm and Home.    G. S. McKenzie. ���*���%.*  60 Best Barred Reck Pullet. One yftr's subscription to  Farm and Home.   G. S, McKenzie.  61 Best Dairy Butter, made by exhibitor, not less than  three pounds in prints. Five-pound tin of Ma Ik in'a best  tea, given by thc W. H. Malkin Co., Ltd., of Vancouver.  Mrs. Geo. Monford.  62 l'o the exhibitor winning the largest number of  prizes in Div. IX, fruits; Goods to the value of $3, given  by. Brown Bros, oc Co., Ltd., Vancouver. Bankhead Orchard Co.  63 Best Collection of Vegetables, grown from Carter's  Tested Seeds. 1st prize, $5 ; 2nd, $3, given by Carter's  Tested Seeds, Inc., through their agents, Palmer 6t Roger-  son.    F. M. Keevil  64 Best Collection of Flowers grown from Carfef |  ed Seeds. $2, given by Carter's Tested Seeds, Inc., through  their agents, Palmer 6c Rogerson.    F. M. Keevil.  65 For Best Loaf of Bread, made with Ogilvie's^Royal  Household Flour. The McKenzie Co., Ltd., will give a  49-!b. sack of flour.    Mrs. T. W. McKiniey.  66 For Best Dozen Baking Powder Biscuits made with  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour and Dr. Price's Cream  Baking Powder. The McKenzie Co., Ltd., will give a  49-lb. sack of flour.    Mrs. J. N. Pringle.  67 For Best Loaf of Brown Bread made with Ogilvie's  Royal Household Flour and Giaham or whole wheat flour.  The McKenzie Co., Ltd., will give a 49-lb. aack of flour.  Mrs. F. M. Keevil.  68 For Best Deep Apple Pie (crust above and below),  made with Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour. The McKenzie Co., Ltd , will give a 49-lb. sack of-flour. (Duplicate of prize winner to be property of the donor.) Mrs.  F. M. Keevil.  69 For Map ol the Okanagan Valley (north and south  Okanagan Electoral Districts), showing lakes, streams, railroads, roada, districts and principal centres, the McKenzie  Co., Ltd., will give three prizes: 1st, a 5-lb. box of Ganong's  chocolates; 2nd, a 3 lb. box of Ganong's chocolates ; 3rd,  a l-lb. box of Ganong's chocolates. Competition open to  all scholars of tbe district. I, F. A- Lewis; 2, F. A. Morden; 3, E. S. William-.  70 To the exhibitor winning the largest number of First  Prizes in' Div. X, floral. One case Purity Rolled Oats,  family size, given by the Western Canada Flour Mills  Co,, Ltd , through their agents the Kelowna Growers' Exchange.    Chas. McCarthy.  71 To the exhibitor winning the largest number of points  in Div. VII, vegetables, one 20-lb. sack of Purity Rolled  Oats, given by Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd.,  through their agents the Kelowna Growers' Exchange. C.  E. Weeks and W. R. Lawes, equal. /  72 To the exhibitor winning the largest number of points  in Div. VIII, field produce, one 20-lb. sack of Purity Rolled  Oats, given by Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd.,  through their agents the Kelowna Growers' Exchange.  Bankhead.  73 Best Pig in show. Prize^ one 40-lb. sack of Purity  Rolled Oats, given by Western Canada Flour Mills Co.,  Ltd., through their agents the Kelowna Growers* Exchange.  Bankhead.  74 Best Registered Heifer. Prize, one 20-lb. sack of  Purity Rolled Oats, given by Western Canada Flour Mills  Co., Ltd., through their agents the Kelowna Growers' Exchange.   L. Day.  75 To the-xhibitor winning the largest number of points  in Div, XII, miscellaneous. One 20-lh sack of Purity  Rolled OatB, given by Western Canada Flour Mills Co.,  Ltd., through their agents the Kelowna Growers'Exchange.  P. T. Dunn.  77 Best Two Loaves. Prize, one 98-lb. sack "Our Beat"  Flour, given by Ellison Milling Co., through their agent G.  W. Cunningham.    A. G Anderson.  78 Best Pan of Huns. Prize, one 49-lb. sask "Our Best"  Flour, given by Ellison Milling Co., through their agent G.  W. Cunningham.     Mrs. Aitken.  79 Canadian Bankers' Association Competition open to  boya or girls under 17 years of age. Full particulars may  be obtained from the managers of the local banks. Jessie  Paisley.  81 Best Collection of Vegetables, open to any competitor. Case of canned tomatoea, given by Occidental Fruit  Co., Ltd.   F. M. Keevil.  82 -Best Collection of Vegetables grown on city lot not  over half an acre in size. One box of evaporated apples,  vilue $5, given by the Orchard City Evaporating Co., Ltd,  1, F. M. Keevil; 2, John Aitken.  83 Best Yearling from " Acme King." $25, given by  J. C. Anderson.     L. Dilworth.  84 Best Registered Sheep. $25, given by M. McLennan.  M. Hereron.  85 Best Grade Calf born in 1919, of any dairy breed,  such animal to be fed and cared for by a girl or boy under  16 years of age, exhibitor to make declaration that the  animal has been cared for by him or her. Prize $25, given  by M. Hereron.   Carl McKenzie.  87 Best display of vegetables, six varieties, exhibit to be  grown and cared for by a girl or boy, 14 years old or  under. 20 per cent, of the points will be given for the  arrangement and design of the exhibit. Prizes, 1st, $10;  2nd, $5, given by the A. 6c T. Association.   John Aitken.  88 Best Display of Farm Products, exhibited by a returned soldier farmer who is a beneficiary under the Soldier  Settlement Act. Prizes, 1st $15, 2nd $10, given by the  Okanagan Brokerage.   H. S. Norris.  89 Best Display of Vegetables, exhibited by a returned  soldier farmer who is a beneficiary under the Soldier  Settlement Act. Prizes, 1st $15, 2nd $10, given by the  Kelowna Meat Market.   H. S. Norris.  90 Best Display of Fruit, exhibited-by a returned soldier  farmer who is a beneficiary undet the Soldier Settlement  Act. Prizes, 1st $15, 2nd $10, given by the Kelowna  Growers' Exchange.   H. S. Norris.  92 Largest number of first prizes in Div. XI, Three  pairs of silk stockings, given by Gault Bros., Ltd., Vancouver, B.C.   Mrs. W. W. Loane.  93 Largest number of first prizes in Div.* XIH. Three  pairs of silk stockings, given by Gault Bros., Ltd., Vancouver, B. C, Thelma Dillon, Winnie Andrews, Gertrude  Chapin. #  94 Judging Dairy Cow.   Competition  open to boys and '  girls under 18. . 1st prize, $10 ; 2nd, $5, given by W. T. E.  Price.   I. Winnie Harvey; 2, Jessie Mantle.  95 Best District Exhibit of Womens Work, embracing  cooking, pickling, sewing, 6cc.    1st prize, $15 ;   2nd, $10 ; !  3rd, $5,  given   by  the. A. 6c T. Association.   Benvoulin  UF.W.B.C.  97 Best Collection of Insects, open to scholars. 1st prize,'  $5 ; 2nd, $2.50, given by the B.C. Entomological Society,  Viotoria, B.C.    I, Lilian Webster; 2, John Aitken.  Prizet for Poultry open ta Children  98 Best Pen White Wyandottes. 1st prize, camera, given  by P. B. Willits ; 2nd, $1, given by J. Sutherland. I, Ivy  Ashworth; 2, Robert Ennis.  9) Beat Pap Barred Rocks. 1 st prize, $3, given by P.  Knippel; 2nd, $1, given by S. Old.    1, Murray McKenzie;  2, Winnie. Andrews.  100 Best Pen of White Leghorns. 1st prize, $3, given by  J.,M. Croft.   Minnie Ennis.  101 Best Typical Male Head. 1st prize, $3, given by  Thos. Lawson, Ltd.   D. Ennis.  102 Bebt Pen Buff Orpingtons. 1st prize, $3, given by  R. Johnstone.   Alf. Ennis.  All the above-named varieties to compete for the following prize:���  103 1st prize, $5, given by J. A. Forster ; 2nd, $3, given  by J. F. Fumerton.    I, Ivy Ashworth; 2, Minnie Ennis.  104 Best Typical Female Head. $3, given by A. Baldock  W. Hargreaves and S. Old.    D, Ennis.  PIANO TUNING  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by the best  authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E. Perkins  Will be in Kelowne in e lew weeks  Want Ads.  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  JAMES INGLIS  PHONE !I6  We handle Reel Estate exclusively. Rates of commission as follows:  5 per cent,  tip to $5,000, and 2}  per cent, over that amount.  WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE of  several ten-acre blocks in the Ellison  District, at a very reasonable pnee.  Three of these lots are in bearing orchard, the balance being in truck.  Terms over ten years. Small cash payment will handle.  This property is good for one week only  at present price.  Full particulars at thia office  - the - _���;*,;  Okanagan Brokerage  OPPOSITE THE WHARF  KELOWNA  Phone 116 B���x 116  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, 5*passenger Car, in good  condition, three new tires, two spares,  five inner tubes, spare front spring and  tool set, four reliners and other accessories.   Apply H. Burtch. 43tf  FOR SALE, 100 good grade Oxford and  Shropshire Ewes, suitable for breeding.  Also about 25 Ewe Lambs. These will  make a good foundation for anyone  wanting to go into sheep raising. Thos.  Bulman, Vernon road (opposite 25-mile  post).   Phone 3206. 44-7  FOR SALE, pure bred, 2-year-old Holstein Bull, faultless and from a good  milking strain. Thos. Bulman, Vernon  road (opposite 25-mile post). Phone  3206. 44-7  FOR.SALE, Ford car, in good mechanical  condition, two new tires. Apply Geo.  Ward, Kelowna. 45tf  FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for farm  property with own irrigation, House and  lot, south-west corner Richter and Har.  vey avenue. Large lot. Price $2,000,  cash or terma. George Fletcher, Gadsby,  Alte. 46.7p  FOR SALE, Chevrolet (3��r (Four-ninety)  only used 2) month., excellent running  order, with spare rim and tyre complete.  $1000 caah. Write or phone Commander Lillingston, Box 614. Phone 2201.  46tf  FOR SALE, Bungalow, two.sitting rooms,  two bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, larder, new washhouse, wood barn, chicken  houses and runs. Unencumbered, indefeasible title. Immediate possession.  Just off Richter street south. Term., or  reduced cash price. Owner Box P,  Record. ��7p  LOST  LOST, Saturday, fawn Mackinaw Coat,  between comer Bernard avenue and  Occidental Fruit Co. finder return  same to the Oil Shop.   Reward.     46-7  MS0ELLANEOD8  STRAYED, on to my. property, one two.  year-old Holstein "steer, no visible brand  or mark.   W. Price, Vernon Road.  43tf  FOUND..Gold Ear-ring. Owner can have  same, at Record Office in payment for  this ad. - ���  FOR SALE, McLaughlin Six Specie!, as  '   good as new.   Will be .old cheap. Apply S. T. Elliott, Kelowna Garage.   4/tf  WANTED TO RENT. Fruit or Dairy  Ranch, close in, by capable and energetic man, with experience. Apply Box  M, Record Office. , ��*7tf  FOR SALE, a few choice Buff Orpington  Breeding Cockerels. R. Johnstone, Box  364, or phone 3153. [,     47-8p   -^f. _  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re Lot 1, Map 508, Osoyoos Division of  Yale District.  NOTICE ia hereby given that I ahall at  the expiretion of one month from the dete  of the first publication hereof issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above-  mentioned lands in the name of Alfred  George Harrison Carruthers, unless in the  meantime valid objection is made to me  in writing.  The holder of the following documents  relating to naid lands, narriely :'��� (  Deed dated 15th November 1604, Tbe  Okanagan Fruit and Lend Company,  Limited, to R. Aldam Peaae of 26.2  acres of District Lot 219  (Lot 7,  Map 362)'  Partial Release of Mortgege dated 17th  October 1904, Arthur B. Knox to  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company  Limited, of 26.2 acre, of District  Lot 210,  i. required to deliver the aame to rae  forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C, thi. 6th day of September,  1919.  C. H. DUNBAR,  43-7 Diatrict Refciiitrar of Titles.  Control of Onion Maggot  A SUGGESTED LINE OF PRO-  CEDURE   BY   MEANS   OF  A  VOLUNTEER TRAP CROP  Clean up the yew's' onion 'plantation in  theautumn. DO NOT PLOUGH DOWN  THE DEBRIS OF IHE CROP. It is  better to harrow, rake and burn cull  onions. ,    ' *f  Select and save about a sack to an acre  of small, cull, CLEAN onions at harvest  time>        i , .      .    v  The Volunteer Trap Crop   -  may be set in the Autumn or Spring.  Plant a row of cull onions, every 100  feet^ through the field destined for the  year's onion crop, setting thero .Winches  deep in the soil. Allow these cull onions  to come up freely in their row* in the  Spring. They will then serve as an  ATTRACTION for the flies during the  flies during  the  spring oviposition per-  i iod, and  the  young  onions  from   the  ' Spring seeding will be saved.  Destroy by Burning  ' the volunteer trap onions by June 15th.'  Commence thinning the main crop of  seedling onions not earlier than June 15  I and not later than June 18 and destroy  all wilting onions by burning.  Cleanliness, Care,,Late Thinning  and Uae of a Trap Crop will save  your onion plantation.  E. W. WUkinson & Co]  Established 1093    '   '  Real Estate end Insurance  Phone 254        __ Dext door to PostOfficj  DeHART AVE* ���UE-Bung.low, 5 room.]  bath room, electric light and water. In-I  defeasible title, lot 50- >; 150. *  $2,400 caah.   A .nap.  _������. ...,  LEON AVENUE-2-atowy house, 6 i.  both, hot and cold water, two big  andaha, lot 50 z 120.  Price $3,500.  cash, .balance to arrange.  CAWSTON AVEI>li)E-;HouM,5i���-  A snap for quick aale. Pricea bound I  go up in thi. section before long.   Pri  PENDOZI STREET-Cement block hou  9 rooms, one acre of land. Price $4,3"  Helf caah, balance over five yeara.  HARVEY AVENUE-House. five roon  lot 50 f 124.   Price $1,000 c.h.  . jendid buy.   '  Listings wanted of Farm fx City propertied  1     t-j\    .^fefi^^-^ljite  (McLaughlin Six)  Day. Phone 116  Night Phone 551  GRANT  Announcement  Having purchased  Alsgard's   Confectionery,'  Ice Cream & Tea Parlors  ���   ���   '������..���' ��� .('  We wish to solicit your patronage, ana we  can assure you will use every endeavor to warrant your confidence.  Mr. Winter comes from Souris, Manitoba, having  . . conducted for thirteen years n large store auch as  Alsgard's. Mr. Chapin comes from Vancouver, B.C.  where he hai carried on business dliring the last ten  years.    With  our combined . experience���and with   - .  our  motto   SER VICE FIRST, we hope ta prove  worthy successors to Mr. Alsgard.     *���' '-  WINTER & CHAPIN  CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP  i  Messrs. F. POWICK (late with Casorso Bros.)  and F.NEWMAN'  beg to announce that they have purchased the Butchering business known as the  Independent Meat Market  ELUS STREET ���  -       -'  A full line of tht Best Quality Meats will be carried at j  prices which will enable you to Save Monty.  In turning over .the buaineaa Mr, Davy beg. to thank hi. numerous customers  for their patronage, and hope. th. ume will be extended to* his successors.  NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO LIGHT UP YOUR HOUSE j  Tungsten Lamp Special  IN ALL SIZES. REGULAR PRICE $1.35  '    75-watt Nitrogen Lumps, frosted.  Will sell 100 only at '  $1 each  A. E. COX   -    Water sStreet  T!w.  IS YOUR FRUIT  woWh  Why not Test It** Out with the Other Districts at  PENTICTON'S  BIG FAIR ~  October 15th arid 16th  i ""  Packing Contests, Baby Show Feature, Women's Work  Pure Seed, Dairy Stock, Poultiy and Fruit Exhibits  EVERYBODY SHOULD BE THERE  Write to T. H. BOOTHE. Show Secretary. Penticton, B. C.


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